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Ellen DeGeneres Documents Montecito Flooding Amid Emergency

The Officer Tatum Show

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Ellen DeGeneres Documents Montecito Flooding Amid Emergency

"To rental rain has triggered flash floods all across California. Listen, I watched a video earlier of Ellen DeGeneres, and she was showing she showed this stream that runs behind her house and typically the stream is just really really slow, really calm. This thing looked like the Colorado River raging. So pray for the people inside of California and understand that this has nothing to do with man-made climate change. Isn't it funny because this is what I hear the left talking about already. That's the excuse. It isn't that California absolutely does nothing right now to catch a lot of their rainwater and reservoirs so that they can use the water for farmers and stuff like that. But this is mother nature. This is what this is mother nature. It has nothing to do with man-made climate change. I'm so sick of hearing that. Ellen DeGeneres said in her video she implied that she, she said something to the effect of mother nature is trying to tell us something. Yeah, mother nature is trying to tell you that no matter how many liberal policies you pass in the state of California, you can't do anything to stop, you can't do anything to stop natural disasters.

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"ellen " Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"ellen " Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Or bad thing or anything like I'm done with mentally or I hate mentors. I love mentally yours. But I think I'm ready for a change and I fully trust that event can continue to look after yours and make it as great as it has been and will continue to be. But yeah, it's all positive. It is a bit sad because obviously you will be really missed. I'm kind of a bit disappointed that it's not like some sort of soap opera dramatic thing where I don't know. I wish I could make some of us one of us is stolen the others boyfriend or dancing really super dramatic and now we're kind of hate each other and I don't know. Like I say very happy to make something up if you want to, I think that's a great idea. And yeah, I agree. I would love some drama, but alas is very undramatic. It's just ready for a change. And that's about it really. So what we thought we'd do in this episode is have a little bit of a chat kind of recap balance time on mentally yours because obviously as we've said it's been 5 years and yeah kind of talk a bit about favorite episodes, things we've learned and yeah all that kind of stuff. Let's go back to 2017. Do you remember 2017 Ellen? Barely. Can you remember the very first episode, but also like around that, why would we wanted to set it up? And your feelings around it. And your hopes for it back then. For sure, so in 2017, I actually started a different mental health thing, which was an online series on metro called getting better. And basically that was all about my mental health journey of realizing I've had depression and OCD for like the last decade, and I haven't really done anything about it.

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AJ's Take on Why Twitch Boss Killed Himself

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:54 min | Last month

AJ's Take on Why Twitch Boss Killed Himself

"I'm going to go on record here about the reason why Ellen DeGeneres DJ named Twitch. Twitch boss killed himself by blowing his brains out the other day. All right, look, I never much cared for his role on the show when all he had to do was play a beat and Ellen with dance down the aisle of her studio audience and that shit was for housewives. If I were Twitch, I'd feel really foolish, pressing buttons, playing music for old ladies to dance to. But that's not why he killed himself. But eventually, Ellen made him an executive producer. And listen, making your black DJ an executive producer, which basically means a big bump in salary, it smells like her doing that because she wanted to be seen as someone who believes in diversity, inclusivity, and equity. Those three nasty words. You can't tell me otherwise. And honestly, Twitch was a dancer and a damn good one. That's how he got the job on Ellen sorman, so you think you're dance. And she wanted him as part of her show. I would bet you that he would much rather have been doing that. He'd much rather be in a dance troupe than pressing buttons acting like a DJ for Ellen DeGeneres studio audience. In a lot of ways, according to those in the dance world, Twitch kind of sold out. Now I can't blame him for taking the money and the exposure that The Ellen Show gave him. Other than the same thing. But there comes a point in your life when you'd better be using whatever God gifted you or you're not going to be happy.

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Stephen "tWitch" Boss, dancer and "Ellen" show DJ, dead at 40

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Stephen "tWitch" Boss, dancer and "Ellen" show DJ, dead at 40

"Stephen Twitch boss, the dancing DJ from The Ellen DeGeneres Show, has died at the age of 40, according to his wife, details on his death were not given. I marches are a letter with a look at his career. I wish, is that Twitch would come out here and dance. Stephen Twitch boss was the man who made Ellen DeGeneres dance. He started with the show in 2014 and by the time the show ended earlier this year, boss was a co executive producer. He made a name for himself when he was the runner up on so you think you can dance in 2008. Boss said in a 2010 AP interview, his life took some crazy turns. I mean, this is absolutely

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Ellen Pompeo Leaves 'Grey's Anatomy' After 19 Seasons

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:56 min | 2 months ago

Ellen Pompeo Leaves 'Grey's Anatomy' After 19 Seasons

"By she, I mean Ellen Pompeo, the actress who's now said goodbye to working on gray's anatomy, who was it 19 seasons playing Meredith grey on the ABC show? So it's 2022, so 19 years ago, we're talking 2002, 2003, actually. Why is he why are you a little bit freaked out? I'm not freaked out by it. I see what Ellen has turned into. She's always like a pretty, pretty girl. Kind of sexy ish and a little elfin way. If you understand, but you know, most of you, some of you know that I go way back with Ellen Pompeo. We used to live in the same building in the west village of Manhattan. Greenwich Village, west village, and it was great building a lot of people there. Amber Valletta Courtney Love Drew Barrymore, which is the end of the guy from American history X Ed Norton, jodeci, the group, oh, great building. Great people in Nam was a lot of fun being in the elevator, being in a lobby and seeing people come and go. Ellen Pompeo lived with a guy in that building who was a photographer. They weren't getting along too well. And, you know, she would come to my room because we knew each other and she'd bring a bottle of wine and nothing went down, nothing no sex, something like that, but she'd bring a bottle of wine, it takes some glasses out and would have some wine and talk and she'd tell me about her situation or problems how she wasn't getting along with that guy and she really wants to act and she's taking acting classes and nothing's happening. Blah, blah, blah. In fact, then I was the guy who was getting work and doing things. So Ellen would like come to my apartment to talk about the industry and stuff because I was going to LA every couple of weeks to do stuff and write my column and eventually I said, you know, when I go to LA, would you mind watching my dogs and watering my plants? I'm only leaving for like three days top. She goes, I would love to. I said, if you're having a problem with the guy, just sleep here, sleep in my bed. Really say, you know, can't you sleep in a bed? So she would sleep in a bad one of my plants walk my dogs, boom. She blew up. She did a movie, was it old school? Which was a nice part, and then forget it. Bang up. Right? To graze anatomy, know, well, maybe not all of you know how much money she makes, but I think almost $20 million a season. Ellen cleaned up, not bad, not bitter, but when you're in this business, there are some people who fly by you and there's like nothing you could say, like it just happens, you know? Like, wow. That really happened to her career. She went, she got that famous that quickly. Yeah, she did. 19 seasons and done. She never has to work another day in her life. Of course she will. But never has to.

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Ellen DeGeneres Got a Little Out of Whack the Other Day

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Ellen DeGeneres Got a Little Out of Whack the Other Day

"Ellen DeGeneres got a little out of whack the other day too, with some shit she said. Again, while sitting in one of her palatial estates, I think the Bel Air house on the baby, maybe the montecito house, which is even more insane. And she actually said during the broadcast, this feels like jail. Obviously, Ellen and Portia have been quarantined in their gigantic mansion for weeks now, like all of us have. She hasn't been filming her show for obvious reasons, but she's been doing episodes from home. And I think it was Monday's episode. She's pitching about all the time she's spending at home. And it started out to be kind of fun and lighthearted and she sent something that Twitter then just decided to fucking rip her a new ass over. She said, thanks for not being here. This is crazy. I wasn't supposed to be doing my show from my house until next season. Today I'm filming this in my living room because it has the best light and sound and all the other rooms in my house are filled with toilet paper. It's nice actually because we get to spend time together and talk and really get to know each other. Did you know Porsche was from Australia? Okay, chuckle chuckle. Then she says, this is like being in jail. Mostly because I've been wearing the same clothes for ten days and everyone in here is gay. Personally, I get the joke, you know, I'm not bothered by it all. I get what she was going for, but you know, because there are very bad men who are dying of the Wuhan fluent prisons around the country, a lot of the white knights out there on Twitter took Ellen to task. And listen, I know a lot of comics who worship Ellen stand up skills. And they're right because she's really good at stand up. I mean, you may not like a comedy, but the way she constructs an act, a joke, a punchline. She's great at it. One of the best, to be honest, what I don't like is her shtick about, I'm just a regular everyday person. Come on, stop it. She's not a regular person. Don't be caught up in even thinking that.

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HS Volleyball Team Banned From Own Locker Room Over Transgender Issue

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 4 months ago

HS Volleyball Team Banned From Own Locker Room Over Transgender Issue

"The local news report here. Then we're going to come back and talk about this. I'm very curious. Do you have a problem with this? Do you have in a nutshell? The girls complained and then they got punished. They were told that state law requires that young man be in this locker room and these girls were kicked out of the locker room and now all of the girls have to change clothes in a bathroom that has a single stall. Meanwhile, the transgender the dude, the boy gets the entire locker room to himself now. Let's play this, let's play this local news report from Vermont. Vermont's education policy says that students can play sports and use whatever locker room corresponds with their gender, but some members of the Randolph girls volleyball team say that they object to having one of their transgender teammates use B in the room while they change. I spoke to one of the girls. It's a huge thing. Everyone's asking, so why aren't you allowed in the locker room? High school student Blake Ellen and her teammates are currently barred from using the locker room after some of the girls on the team objected to allowing a transgender player in the girls locker room. My mom wants me to do this interview to try to make a change. Ellen says the dispute started when the trans student made an inappropriate comment while members of the volleyball team were getting changed. She says her issue is not with having the trans student on the team or at school, but specifically in the locker room. Biological boys that go in the girl's bathroom, but never a locker room situation. She says that fellow team members and parents have also raised similar concerns and have approached the school with them. They were told that under state law, the transgender student could use whatever locker room they identified with. In an email to family, school officials said that the school has plenty of space where students who feel uncomfortable with the laws may change in privacy. They want all the girls who feel uncomfortable, so pretty much ten girls to get changed in a single style bathroom, which would take over 30 minutes when if one person got changed separately, it would take a minute. No extra time. In the

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Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Meghan and Harry Fear the Bling Ring

"Yeah, crime is up everywhere, man. Meghan Markle and prince Harry are scared. And their neighborhood. They're leaving their $14 million montecito home. There's no crime in montecito. There's not even flower boxes that get pushed over. So they have their sights on that. I'm very exclusive California private community called hope branch. People say the couple have, well, their current sprawling home doesn't properly accommodate them. Because they're a family of four. I don't know what that means it's too big or too small, but nothing I'm on aceto small, hope ranch is a suburb of Santa Barbara, California. Very affluent community, a lot of equestrians there. There's a nearby country club, there's a tennis court, a golf club, almost 30 miles of horse track riding trails, because all the 10% of the community owned horses there. The room while they're moving, this is the rumor. There was a news story that came out that there's a bling ring type of style, you know, out of area, death gang. And apparently they heard through the Grapevine that they had the Dutch and the duke and duchess montecito neighborhood on their hit list. Yeah, I mean, it's a great place to go Robin. It's got money everywhere. I mean, Adam Levine's out there, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Ellen DeGeneres. Yeah. Make a lot of money out there with a bling ring. And I don't want to see these two git hurt, but I wouldn't mind finding out they got robbed. Like a Kim Kardashian Paris style robbery. Megan Markle needs that. There's always something that's hard on them. The family was harder than the queen was hard. They want their privacy. Her stupid podcast, his complete befuddled face everywhere.

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Oscar-winning 'Cuckoo's Nest' actor Louise Fletcher dies

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Oscar-winning 'Cuckoo's Nest' actor Louise Fletcher dies

"Actor Louise Fletcher who won an Oscar for portraying Nurse Ratched in one flew over the cuckoo's nest has died at the age of 88 at her home in France according to her agent a cause of death was not given I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at her life Everybody Who did You tell me who did Louise Fletcher was the last one cast in one flew over the cuckoo's nest she found out later that Anne Bancroft Ellen Burstyn and Angela Lansbury had turned down the role Fletcher was a relative unknown in her early 40s and had taken 11 years off to raise her children when she won the Oscar in 1976 she thanked her deaf parents in sign language Fletcher also appeared in exorcist two and the boy who could fly she had a recurring role as religious leader Kai winn on Star Trek Deep Space Nine

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Wallace holds off boss, title contenders to win at Kansas

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Wallace holds off boss, title contenders to win at Kansas

"In the two races at Kansas Speedway this season the racing team co owned by basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan was in victory lane for both Bubba Wallace held off Denny Hamlin to take the checkered flag It's come out winners I knew it was only a matter of time I had a lot of people telling me that And so it's finally cool to see to come to fruition but two times is better than one time Wallace is only other win in the Cup Series was a rain shortened race in Talladega Alabama a year ago Though Hamlin was the runner up he's the co owner of the car driven by Wallace Greg Ellen Kansas City Kansas

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Matt McPherson, Founder of Mathews Archery, on Getting Into Bows

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:11 min | 5 months ago

Matt McPherson, Founder of Mathews Archery, on Getting Into Bows

"Looking at it, guys gave two great ministries here, you know, that you're able to use for manager through the guitars and through the bow hunting as well. You also are very active in helping others get into the sport as well. Is that if somebody's out there today and they're looking to get into bows, they're looking at maybe and again, I had a lot of dealing with songwriters as you've had as well. And these are some of the most artistic people in the world. What would you say to them as far as chasing that dream or how Ellen and different note that songwriters are a little bit different, but how do you encourage people to get involved with either target or honey? If they don't want to go hunting, but the target, they're just enrichment of having a bow in their hand. You know, usually we start with the genesis bow. I don't know if you're familiar with the genesis goal that we have, but we were one of the pioneers that worked with Kentucky wildlife. We call them DNR up there up here. I'm not sure. You call them dean anyway. They were interested in getting kids back involved in being outside. They've gotten so tied into the digital world. The fake world. That's tough to get kids away from their own computers anymore. And so we started a thing called national arching schools program with a Kentucky DNR, have you. And we're able to I developed a book called the genesis. In the genesis has no let off. So typical compound bows when you pull them back if it's 60, it'll be 60 about here. And then it goes down to let's say 15 pounds. Or 12 pounds. Well, a genesis Bo, I realized, hey, we don't need any let off on a genesis book because this is going to be a 20 pound ball the whole way. And that way, you can stop wherever you want, because let's say I'm 5 9 and let's say I have a 28 inch draw and you might be 6 foot and you might have a 29er straw. You know, how do you do how do you make a universal bowl that can easily be handed from one kid to a neck or to even an adult? And say, you don't have to readjust it. They can just pull it back to where they're comfortable. So I had designed this book called the genesis. And it literally is a 20 pound bow. That you pull back to where you're comfortable, and that's where you shoot from.

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Anne Heche dies of crash injuries after life support removed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Anne Heche dies of crash injuries after life support removed

"Emmy winning film and TV actor and heche died Sunday following a car crash on August 5th Heche first came to prominence on the NBC soap opera another world from 1987 to 1991 winning a Daytime Emmy Award In 1997 alone she was in the movie's Donnie brasco and volcano and was part of the ensemble cast in the original I know what you did last summer in 2000 following a breakup with Ellen DeGeneres Haitian experienced a very public breakdown in later spoke candidly about her mental health struggles She joked about her own checkered past with relationships as she talked about playing a life coach in the TV dramedy men in trees Clearly I have never had a life coach You know I stumbled through and made so many mistakes I'm pretty good with where I am Heche was 53 I'm Donna water

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Ellen Pompeo will scale back 'Grey’s Anatomy' role

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Ellen Pompeo will scale back 'Grey’s Anatomy' role

"About the woman who puts the gray in Grey's Anatomy You will continue to hear her voice in each episode of Grey's Anatomy but her face will not so much When the ABC hospital drama returns for its 19th season in October Ellen Pompeo will be in just 8 episodes That's about a third of the usual per season number for Pompeo who will continue as executive producer and the narrator for the program Meanwhile Pompeo is getting ready to star in another series for Hulu a streaming service that's an ABC sibling to its corporate daddy if you will Disney

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Ellen Carmichael's Documentation of Attacks by Pro-Abortionists

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 8 months ago

Ellen Carmichael's Documentation of Attacks by Pro-Abortionists

"We're going to have a hearing tomorrow The same press that brought us to this point to the precipice That press It's going to cover the hearing And these committee members and their staff they're huddling right now On how to rebut The sorts of things that I'm saying The sorts of things I'm saying Pay a price Kavanaugh pay a price Gorsuch You're going to pay a price Can you imagine if Trump said that He never said anything like that So they got to look at texts and emails and oh look at that Look at this We've got this from Jared and we got this from Meadows who look we got this from ban and all look at So what And they're doing it in the good old stalinist way I thought words mattered Isn't that what they tell us Is anybody heard from Liz Cheney tonight Anything out there mister I haven't heard anything of you Adam king singer Any member of this committee Anybody heard from any of them Why not

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Ellen DeGeneres ends daytime show with plea for compassion

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Ellen DeGeneres ends daytime show with plea for compassion

"Ellen DeGeneres has ended her daytime talk show after 19 years on the air I'm Archie's armetta with the latest The first episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2003 opened with her on a couch watching herself on TV and that's how she ended her show Thank you so much for being on this journey with me I feel the love And I send it back to you Bye Degeneres announced the show's end after allegations of a toxic workplace surfaced in 2020 Degeneres says she hopes she has inspired people to be their authentic selves

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How Can You Support the Families of Uvalde?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:21 min | 8 months ago

How Can You Support the Families of Uvalde?

"Debbie and I wanted to mention that there are a couple of these GoFundMe for the families of the children who were killed. Rob Ellen. Rob elementary. Rob elementary memorial fund has set up an account at first state bank of you all day for families of the elementary school shooting. And it says if you want to donate, you can do so at any FSB branch. FSB meaning for state well, I believe it's first state bank. Yes. And then there's a separate. And then there's a separate one that you go to. It's a GoFundMe and it's Texas elementary school shooting. So there are, of course, you're going to have a lot of frauds that are going to want to capitalize on this, but there are some legitimate verified sites. This is a verified site. If you want to donate, we're going to donate money and I was really pleased to read that there's a couple of funeral homes that are actually in uvalde that are not going to charge the families. And that almost brought me to tears because as you know, funeral costs are so expensive and to have to do that with people that are very low income and can't afford it. So bless you for doing that as a funeral home director to take the, you know, the cost off of this is just incredible.

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Harden, Embiid power 76ers past Heat, even series 2-2

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Harden, Embiid power 76ers past Heat, even series 2-2

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Herro scores 25, Heat take Game 1 over 76ers 106-92

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Herro scores 25, Heat take Game 1 over 76ers 106-92

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"ellen " Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"ellen " Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Welcome Ellen. Thanks for having me. So Ellen, you are recording with us on deadline because you are about to go on maternity leave after organizing an acquisition of your company in March. So tell me a little bit about that process. Deadline. That's one way to that's one way to refer to it. That process has been pretty simple. You know, I think at first when good way approached tough about an acquisition and that process is months long. Being pregnant, it was terrifying. And scary and I remember having a lot of thoughts at the time around how am I going to make this work and feeling a little guilty at times because these two incredible moments in my life. The potential to partner with this legendary agency, as well as welcoming my first child into the world. These incredible moments, I was kind of bummed about a little bit. And frustrated that there was so much overlap and I kept thinking, oh crap. I wish this had been slightly different timing. But then I think I complained about it a bit. And wind. And then I think I simply just decided to have a different mentality about it. I think I got to a point, especially at the beginning of the year when I started getting bigger and the steps of the acquisition started moving through. I think I just flipped my mindset a bit and thought about what an opportunity it is to go through an acquisition and be pregnant at the same time. And I tried to lean into that a bit. And I think it certainly showed some synergies between the two things. I think by having a slightly more positive optimistic outlook around, hey, this is happening to me and what an opportunity to be both pregnant and get acquired and lead a team of people..

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Maxey breaks out for 38 points, 76ers beat Raptors in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Maxey breaks out for 38 points, 76ers beat Raptors in Game 1

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"ellen " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"ellen " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Ellen continued working at MIT as an assistant chemist at the country's first lab of sanitary chemistry. In 1887, the lab conducted a historic survey of drinking water in Massachusetts, which Ellen led over the course of two years Ellen and her lab analyzed tens of thousands of water samples for chlorine pollution. The findings led to the first water quality standards and the first modern municipal sewage treatment plant in the U.S. Ellen continued to work at the lab up until her death. But she also pursued another big passion. Home economics. At first glance, it might sound incongruous. But actually, Ellen's passion for a healthy environment was mirrored in her home life. She thought it was important to understand the chemicals in your food in your home and how to cook and clean most efficiently. That way, women could have time for other things. Ellen served as the first president of the home economics association in 1908, founded conferences and even published what is thought to be the first health food cookbook in the U.S.. In 1910, Ellen finally achieved her goal of receiving a doctorate. She was conferred an honorary degree from Smith college. Ellen died in 1911, lecturing, writing technology papers, and working up to the very end..

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"ellen " Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"ellen " Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"My Friends, the time is now, let's go do it. Let's go talk to the brilliant and wise doctor Ellen vora. According to statistics, that I've seen anyway. And more people are experiencing anxiety than ever before right now. What has led us into this age of anxiety? Yeah, so that's absolutely true..

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"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"It's cool in the gang. Only in the far like like a funny respond to i'll go with it. But if i start getting lectured about in this my song. I'm like where's the hot tamales. Jesus <hes> i wonder how many <hes> other listeners. Do this any do any of our listeners. Do this at eight four four july eight four four six five six four eight. Yeah what's your little twist in your bio. That's a catch. That's either helping you to filter through people or maybe it's just your angle to figure out the people. You really like meghan. Do you do anything like this. At all on On any of you. I'm not on any outside now. Because i'm a little bit her if i'm being honest because ellen and i did that challenge where we deleted all our apps bill. We were re download mine allen west. Exactly have the excuse of why. I don't have the story. Did you guys not have a specific time limit on when you guys thirty day. Eight over in july but it was. I was using it as an excuse to not date. If that thirty days prove to you that you do not like andhra need dating apps then those fine. Don't we download. i'm lonely. Can i ask a question of single friends like yourselves. Do you get jealous if one of your friends who's been perpetually single like you starts dating somebody oh big time really like like. Will you like so ellen. Would you be jealous of megan finds a relationship and then now no longer. Is your your your body. Yeah i mean. I would be jealous but i wouldn't want it to not have. I wanted to happen but i would be jealous like my best friend and i who lives in chicago. She and i have both been single sense college like she. And i both and we'll like date here and there and we'll talk about the guys. Whatever but like six seven months ago. She started dating. This guy who i really like and i have a great relationship so i fully support it by the way. That's her saying that because now she's gonna say the negative about it makes me sad because it's like less time with me and then you have to lean on her to be like does he have a friend. He's my buddy and now it's like. Oh i guess mark comes i. Don't i also live through that person so like give me the details of what are you talking about. Send me. i'm more. Like i want to be a fly on the wall. The situation. Just give me all the details. Mattie what's happening I'm just on my way to work. So matty what do you do on your profile. Do you add something to to add a little conversation on my tender One of the lines says i got my nipples pierced recently. If you think that's neat and did you or is that just like a taunt back into that is a good way to aren't cool like arthur. How guys then the first thing they say to you is can you me a hundred. What's up lisa. Hi marnie montreal. Dating after fifty is always interesting. So at the bottom of my profile i put. If you're married levine. Want my man in somebody else's and then i taught men under forty. My training days are over and are there any any men left once. Those groups are eliminated. Lisa what apps are you on. I'm planning a fish tender guy. All right you need to try hinge because ellen says that it's more sophisticated Dating there plenty of fishes like on a more serious dating. it's less apps. More website serious dating plenty of fish. I feel like is appropriate lisa. Why don't you in ellen in meghan go out one night you guys go hang with each. At least i actually hung out with weeks though. What do you think you think she could hang on absolutely if lisa's looking for over fifty. I'm twenty-eight we could find a father and son oh what do you think meghan my compete with you for the father right sister.

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"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Mullet. Ella oh goodness my it was okay. Let me set the stage for two thousand five okay. So layers are in all those things. I have taken me layers all around right. Yeah she gave me bangs in the back of my head back of the head does what does that look like. A mullet like had no idea hated it. And i remember running. It was my senior year. I was late. It was like ap testing and my hair. Like i didn't put it in a ponytail. 'cause that was doing the exact same thing ellen. Doing that put it in a ponytail. I forgot that day. And my hair's everywhere. My friends are like whoa. When did you get a marla. And i was like. Oh my god. Is that what this thing is called. And they're like yeah. Why did you do that. I was like i didn't do it on purpose. it was. It was really really bad. I feel you to work at any of you. Say why did you do that. God is my witness. I will quit. We're we're being kid gloves with you right now. Hannah everybody keeps telling allen to wear a wig or sister's wedding to make up for the fact that she doesn't like what happened to her hair. You have a wig malfunction story for us. Yes oh about two and two two and a half years ago lost all my hair run in total body hair loss so all the hair on my head my eyebrows my eyelashes and so i had a friend's wedding coming up and here i am completely bald looking like a naked mole rat boy or amazon wig. And oh my gosh an all the pictures. This way is set so far back like little of my head. No i looked like i don't even i look like some kind of weird naked animals. I don't know it's horrible. Exactly i brought him came off week. Something you want to buy on amazon like do you want to go into a store and sore do go store. Did your hair grow back eventually. No i have my friend shannon has it in. She looks beautiful bald. So do you go bald or do you wear wigs. All time. i'm ever heard though ball. People will come up to in public and be like oh. How long have you been in treatment. For. and i'm like. Oh my gosh people. I'm fine. they so it's easier to wear a wig. Wow thank you for your story appreciate that. I'm proud that none of us did anything that said ellen over the edge so that was the day is young. Let's not well. No we're we're done with this topic. It's just contact..

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"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"To see if those garage bear guys will will hang out with you hi mojo in the morning. I have no idea who you are. But will you be megan's friend. Are you calling from the correctional facility. Walking little creepy. Who is this. Billy meghan would like you to be her friend but we have to do a background check. And i don't know if you'll pass. What's going on whitney. Hello how hi. Good what's going on I'm i'm a mom and i don't have friends either. And i'm okay with that though. Like friends are overrated. How many close friends would you say you have. Could you count eighty three. Okay okay so you know what. I always believe that. There's a study that was done during the summer that we talked about. I always believe that you only really do have like three good friends. You know what i mean. And i think that those are like the rest of them are just acquaintances so to call me to call them to call them like you know friends that. Got your back you know. Do this pretend that you broke down on the side of the road and call those people and see if they'll come pick you up if they'll come pick you up there a friend if they don't if they say that they got something else going on. They're not a friend. I think everybody's got those they just you. Just don't see him as much anymore. Like i got everybody's got those agree with ellen that it's very much season of life in terms yet like like she said it. It just changes throughout. You've always friends though. No i i mean yes but i have no. I know you're making me feel bad and feel really awkward conversation. But when i was in high school in college i put my relationships before my friendships and i vowed to never do that again because i lost a lot of friends doing that and so and especially since i got divorced..

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"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

"Did you intend for your mother to play the role that she did play with the book as you were writing it. I always knew that that was going to be the case. I mean my mom is my best friend. Can't trust what she says. I can't trust what anybody says. And so I got very very lucky. Cheers willing to go on this wild ride with me and read the book so many times that i think you're sick of it. Sometimes she just starts reciting the intro to me. Ironic the threat. When she started writing the book surfer she led me the first paragraph. And i just immediately that now we've like absolutely not do again to the textbook so yeah all all credit for raining. Mian if it got a little academic goes to her did this experience bring you closer together except for when we argued over everything. The big history over hama placements. I don't understand how she was taught commas. She does not use enough common. Is that was. Our time is our excellent punctuation mark. I know we were nothing. Will break our certainly not this so emily ellen. In the last couple of months you kind of took a twist in relationship to injuries. Oh my gosh. The last couple of months have been the unexpected circus around here. So i was sitting a chair in a corner of my living room right behind me and i dropped my water bottle and i was thirsty so i lead over to pick it up and it was just a little bit too out of my reach. I have contractual than both arms. So my arms really go out about this far and so i thought you know i could just lean forward and reach it but my arm didn't go far enough and my whole body went down. I fell right on my left leg..

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"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

"You can check out lots of videos of members of the disability community sharing their stories insights so highly recommended it and also key didn't send people there before rooted in rights dot org is also a good place to go for getting those perspectives. Said i would say a lot of people are missing in their regular media consumption so emily. You're doing much more than what you're just discussing. But i think what's important is that you really are digging down deeper. And really going in the direction of providing people with information that they can read and listen to 'em really begin to learn in a way that we haven't previously had that kind of information available one other area that i think would be valuable talk about. Is your book. Which is going to be coming out in september but people can pre-order it now and i was very privileged to be asked to review the book and give comments on the book. And i think it'll be another great addition to books that are being written by disabled individuals. And i wanna tell us a little bit more demystifying disability. And i wanna tell us a little bit more about what motivated you to write the book. Maybe what role ellen you played with the book and What your intention is for the impact of the book. Well first of all just to get the important point out of the way the if you endorse the book i feel like you know i just i peaked. That's it i'm done. We're done but in all seriousness My mom was editor in chief. Black sorry caitlyn was the real editor guy may call..

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"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

"But when i was very young i just you know used my bottom to bella downstairs until i learned to be able to climb the steps though i think mobility equipment is probably one of the biggest lines. You know the the ease with which i've been able to get around so different we when we bought our house. It was immediately this estimate ranch. I mean i think you know. I'm a little older than you are ellen and someone actually offered to donate a motorized wheelchair to my family when in the nineteen sixties and. They didn't take it. And you're able to walk. And i never was really able to independently walk and as much as my parents were very strong. Advocates i really feel that with this part of them. That never saw me as walking without crutches and braces but really did see the wheelchair. Something that would make me physically weaker and i talked to my parents later on and other parents of exactly as you're talking about emily explaining you know an and you ellen explaining why the technology is important and i think the way you described it allen of not feeling comfortable going out and doing things with kids on the playground and other activities is really a very telling point you were feeling like you had to isolate yourself in order not to fatigue yourself or in danger yourself. Well we'll just feeling completely left out as the other kids. Were running around. And i couldn't keep up. So that was the other reason for getting the gig in the main office and i think that's very important point the issue of helping to make sure that kids can participate in activities in a comparable way as much as possible and technology is certainly and mobility. Technology is certainly really important. Emily you were mentioning before that you wrote this piece in the paper around disability awareness week. I'm that obviously was a success and change the way adelphi was running its activities. What drew you into wanting to get more involved in this whole area not just as an activist but focusing on.

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"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

"But you know it definitely. Any mother suffers when they see their child hurting and knowing that you passed on this disability only intensified that feeling. Yeah there was so much fear of meaning resentful because of the pain that i went through both physical and also emotional and you know i think we have to kind of find that balance between acknowledging disability can actually be challenging but also acknowledging how incredible it is to have that bond in our dna. My mom didn't know that you know. How could she have known that. I was going to you feel the way that i did that. I was going to connect with the community because you weren't connected with the community. Actually emily's one brought me into the disabled community and made me start feeling crowd. A disabled woman certainly proud of all she's accomplished. Thank you being a role model ellen. How has your experiencing what. Emily have been doing over. The years changed your view around disability. It just made me realize that the differences in our life experiences even though we do share the same disability. We grew up very differently. We a my husband. And i made some. I don't know if they were conscious decisions. But we also had more knowledge like we sent her to a camp for disabled children so she wouldn't feel that she was the only disable person in her school wall visibly disabled person her school. I grew up only knowing my brother. Jonathan as sharing the genetic disability and one other boy who has spina bifida in our school district but it was a very isolating experience and we wanted to make sure even though is they're hard to send her to sleep away camp at such a young age that she wouldn't feel isolated and i do think that her summer camp experiences helped her to develop into the woman..

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"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on The Heumann

"Welcome to the human perspective with internationally recognized bad ass disability activists. Judy humid this week. Judy is chatting with emily. And ellen. la- dow a mother daughter duo who have the same disability. Emily dow is a passionate disability rights activist writer storyteller and digital communications consultant. Who's new book. Demystifying disability is coming out. September seventh her mother ellen. Lindau is not only her best friend but the chief editor of demystifying disability. Emily and ellen talk about the relationship has evolved over time and how they became involved in the disability community. The human perspective is produced by me back. Hal and judy human be shared a rate review and subscribe to the human perspective. So let's roll up. Lay down dance around. Get some snacks. Ready whatever makes you feel best and let's meet our guest today. Good morning everybody and welcome back to the human perspective. Today we have a mother daughter daughter mother couple. And i think you'll see through the discussions today. The uniqueness of. Emily lead dow and her mother. Ellen what. I'm interested in doing today with emily and her mom's israeli to talk about some of the unique issues that have come about because both of them have disabilities which you know for me and for most people that i know i will usually the only disabled person in the family and so i want to begin by really exploring some of the unique characteristics of being a mother daughter daughter mother team. I'm emily what was it like growing up as a child with the mother added disability hazardous. Villi oh my goodness..

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"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"If i could visit of distance or close. It was pretty close but we had a neighbor next door. Got the double play of things. Maybe he was there at the wine tasting place. There's those girls again want to join us. You're just no fun. No fun at all. We had a blast. Wow that's that any anybody go to a bachelor bachelor party recently and you guys had as much fun as call us hi brittany. What's happening not much. I've got a story for you guys. Did you have a fun. Little bachelorette party. It was my thirtieth birthday. Actually and we went up to indian river. And there's a little late called mullet lake. The we dress up With mullets and put on like july fourth year. And we've had mullet party mullet lake. Do you guys also get naked to you. Guys show off like boobs to each other like what's this it would girls and guys with us girls. We we change together. There was some skinny dip in with girls. Somebody somebody needs to explain to me why it is that guy parties. Is it just because guys feel like. Oh that will make me gay. If i do this with another toxic as really is like cnn and ellen said boobs are shooter. Yeah but guys can't even complement each other without gone. No whom o. Nine that. I just don't want to show you like i don't feel like i need to see your come on mike. Next time that we guys get dough for but here. I wouldn't do it in front of women because i'd be afraid if i did it in front of a woman she would think. I'm you know sexually assaulting her but instead the next time i get together with a group of guys. I'm pulling the weiner out streets in the never i in my life ever navy. You need to redo. do you understand. I swim with a shirt. On the last one to do the winnie the pooh really shirt on pants up so true. All right well. we're going to try it. That's the thing in my old people always love to be naked. That's what i'm gonna do. I'm just going to be the always takes his clothes off all right. Do it all right you too. Thank you for the call..

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"ellen " Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"ellen " Discussed on Women and Crime

"So he starts banging on the door and he starts texting ellen and this goes on for about twenty two minutes and we have. We know what has tech say. Because it's in their reports this tech start by saying hello opened the door. what are you doing. I'm getting pissed. Hello you better have an excuse. What the fuck at You have no idea. I mean i understand being aggravated because i would be as well but that'll sounds like Threatening and a lot of people felt that way meghan. I'm gonna disagree. Because i think that let's just give him the benefit of the doubt. You're having a shitty day. You went to the gym for only half hour. Maybe we're not really into it. You just wanna go home. You want to relax. And you're thinking what is she on the phone. Why did she do this okay. So it's weird. Like why wouldn't he get worried. Why'd he go so quickly to anger. But who who knows maybe. She had a habit of doing this. And they've spoken about it before who it's hard to say either way. He did not have an answer after these twenty two minute texts so he goes downstairs to the security guard in the building to ask if the security guard can help him break into the apartment and the security guard said nope cannot do that because that's a liability okay so sam proceeds upstairs and he breaks into the apartment by kicking down the door. Wow i thought it was gonna call. Locksmith okay now he kicks down that door okay and we can talk about whether how easy it is to kick down a door and i wouldn't have thought so but okay. Yeah sam breaks into the apartment and he is met by a brutal and horrific site. Now when you walk in this apartment you open the door and you have a view straight into their kitchen and what he sees is ellen on the kitchen floor. She is propped up against the counter with her legs out in front of her a clean white towel in her hand. And there is blood everywhere. Ellen was fully clothed in a hooded sweatshirt. Sweat pants and boots behind her. On the counter there was a strain or fruit with freshly cut oranges. There were also some blueberries and there were to clean nice in the sink. Okay there was no blood outside the kitchen. There was just blood around her zero signs of a struggle. This includes no defensive wounds which will talk more about. She was very clearly deceased when she was found megan she had at least twenty stab wounds. Her body oh my god to her head her neck her chest her abdomen. This varied from nicks too deep punctures just alone on the back of her neck. There were ten stab wounds on the back of her neck on the back of her neck. And we're going to talk a lot more about these injuries because they're very central to this case but let's just talk about what happens next so sam calls nine one one at six twenty two pm. This was around forty minutes from the time he supposedly found her some reports e called his mom and his uncle. I i don't know what to do with this information. I don't know how true it is. Identity see it in the police report with my own eyes. So i don't wanna put too much weight on that judge into taliban later. Okay all the circumstance. Nine one. One dispatcher instructed..

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"ellen " Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ellen " Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"97.1 wash them. Thank you once again for joining us here on the Ellen K weekend show this morning are tough topic is all about positivity. We've been asking you for four words. Just four simple words of encouragement we've loved. We've heard so far and we want to hear more. Was there for words We want to hear more s o. Chris, What are your forward's always act with kindness? We all need to hear that. Thank you, Chris. That is so true. That's right. Isn't that and I'm also excited for Calvin. I can't believe it. He gets to go. I know I can't either. I I I border on. Excitement and then Oh, no. You did. You're doing it for him. You're acting. You're just doing the right thing. Mom, you are. Thank you, Chris. I'm gonna be leading pretty heavily on the Mister man. Oh, here. Yeah, and all and all of us, Really? I think. Yeah, we're all gonna have to get Ellen through this next couple weeks. Yeah, we're gonna have to pull our weight. Okay? We're going to do it now, for all parents listening when you send your kid for the first time. You know what is that? Like? And how did you handle it? And what do what do I do? What do we do You? We cried all the way home from San Francisco dropped Mandy off. So get ready. Oh, yeah. Thank you, Chris. That encouraged you? Yes. Okay. I love you both so much. Ellen K. We can show that your portly A new start to your next order is here..

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"ellen " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"ellen " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Is it gonna be on demand. Yes yes god love and just like love and monsters actually pretty much the same streaming You know check out love and monsters and army of one on I tunes amazon. voodoo Yes amazon prime is what i just said so many different streamers and actually if you go to my social media at allen holman on twitter or instagram as well as allen holman official on facebook. I'm constantly posting updates Where where you can find find these films. Well it's great your your hardest. Obviously as an actor but also as a as a stunt performer and martial artist and you know to combine those two more credit to yet and you certainly have had a career where you pay played some memorable women already and i definitely want to see this one and and see your take on matrix for well. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. There's a lot of hard work. And you know i appreciate that. You know people working at their craft and doing everything you know if you want to be a physical careers. You have to do certain things to be able to do that. And you're you're probably in a small group that can do both and and also produce right as well so we're power to you. There's great to do your own projects yet. It's a you have to love it though. It's so unbelievably challenging. And there's you know Job security no job security either But that's part of. I don't know i guess for like minded individuals. It's part of the thrill knowing that it is an uphill battle And you do even if you try your absolute hardest. You still may not accomplish what you want to accomplish. But like i said before when you do get to see a final products come through to fruition. That originally a you know was was conjured up in your brain as an insane idea. Then you just keep keep fighting to tap. It really sidhu interesting. They were goes diverse. Few jobs where you can point to something and you have an example of your work that everybody can see. Most jobs aren't like that. So the fact that you have something like that. I think of makes it even more special because you can say this is what i did. You can see it right there. So i also think it's a reminder you say to yourself why am i doing this absolute worst. That's what people don't see. I mean even as we speak during this. The past two weeks of the holiday i mean. I've i've had to put myself on tape for auditions. they don't they. Don't care that you're celebrating christmas. They don't care if you're tired. They don't care if you don't have time they just don't care and i can't tell you. How many weddings in in baby showers and birthdays and everything across the board. That i've missed because of of because of jobs or how many times. I've had to fly back home for a callback. Just not be asked back again. At like the the i would say not hundreds. It's probably passed a thousand auditions and tries where i was never seen again. They never for whatever reason. That's that's what people don't see like the disappointment. The heartbreak You spend more time hearing no than you ever hear yes. It's just persevering through that i hear you. I really card guarded really crazy. I think you've made lightly off. I think you have to be. I'm not even kidding. Do if you see the people that i've company with my husband included. We are certainly a little left of center. I appreciate the work you do. And the and the and the effort you put in and and and really gladdy arguing it and there's a lot of things to look forward to that you're going to be doing matrix and army of one's available now and it's great to see a good a good kick ass like to see that too by the way they do. It's good action. We don't care who it is as long as they can do it. And that's that's what i wanted to accomplish this that you're with our have won. It's that you know halfway through the film you're like this person is really believable and really actually kicking ass on screen not. Oh despite. she's a woman exactly. It says something like. Let me tell you listeners. Women that really great job despite being a woman. I'm like a great job despite being manly no that is so condescending and so it really is changing which it is it is it is it is well eliot. Thanks so much for your time. It's been an absolute pleasure talking to you and talking about your work. Army of one is out there folks. I think it's worth seeing so check it out. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate it. I'd love to have you back some time. Especially after matrix fours and we can say more. Yeah no absolutely you know where to find me. yes i do. Thank you again and definitely looked for elian. An army of one and matrix for stay safe have a great new year and hopefully there is a light at the end of the tunnel. It's not a train. So good luck to you and hang in there. Thank you and happy new year. Everyone happy new year. That's right thank you all for listening to sci-fi talk until next time. Take care hi. This is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions and you're listening to sci-fi talk..

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"ellen " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"ellen " Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"That's it's just for some for somebody who wants to do all of their own stuff. You just have to keep that machine ready in the way. I can just speak for what i witnessed in the way. Chad sal ski likes to shoot his he. He wants his performer. To do everything. And i think he really learned a lot of that from lana. 'cause lawn is the same way. She wants her performers to do everything. And then you put the double in there will not in my case unfortunately for The others you put the dublin. You know you edit around what you can. But that's what made john wick. So groundbreaking is that you're able to do these big waters so you you can't cut because it's all one scene and it's not. It's not a time. You see a sequence where they push in close and they kind of like we call it can. That's to hide the bad choreography. There you go the bad execution of the choreography and you'll see this a lot in tv too. You don't get much rehearsal time and anytime you see a lot of the marvel films. That's where it's like cut cut cut cut cut cut cut cut cut and your brain can't actually comprehend. What has what is happening in. The action is because they're trying to hide how bad it is so just little trick the trade if you find yourself like not really understanding the concept of the action. It's because they don't want you to. It's because it's just not shot well and that was something that i wanted to apply to army one like. No i wanna shoot these in a bunch of wides so that you can see. It's clearly the performers doing it and you're more invested when you see the performance doing the action which is why people are so fascinated with john wig. It's like you walk out of there. You're like is an action foam. I've seen so many of those. So why did i really like this one. And it's like you don't realize it but it's because you were more invested in this performer. In this actor actually doing their action So if anything it's like a subconscious thing you're more it it's a. It's a more believable scenario. You know you're i heard you're developing a couple of films like i guess match i guess working titles or max yeager. I guess one into just for the sake of our conversation and you're actually in you are involved in the writing of that. Yes others several that we we have in development right now And i of course love the action drama genre. But i i love infusing comedy into things as well. I feel like you can be a funny bad ass to. And so now that we're establishing like women can be kick ass we can also be funny like when earle's money so There's there's a an action comedy series that. I'm working on as well that i'm collaborating with Some former a former classmate of mine actually Which will be close. Look about at the moment. But i just going oh hopefully going to be a very productive. Twenty twenty one. We'll see what productions will be like going into the new year but it certainly has Thrown some monkey wrenches into the machinery. Because we don't realize is there's like a twenty percent increase in contingency By that is like you're paying a dollar twenty for something that normally would cost a dollar. Obviously like big crowd scenes are problematic. and just the time the opportunity cost of getting all of your cast and crew tested in order to enable a safe environment. It's it's a lot. It's a lot i mean. Even people taking their masks off to have craft service in other spent a lot of controversy around that like why do they. Why are they allowed to sit down outside. Or what have you and outdoor restaurants are. I'm fully supportive of restaurants. In their businesses. And i'm like shrimp. I truly do believe in like outdoor dining et cetera. However on a film set everyone's getting tested three four. Some comes five days a week. Some sets test twice a day. Which i think is a little bit overkill They also get their temperature. Tested every time you walk on the set. So anytime you do have a film crew That is congregating in an outdoor scenario. Have been vetted in a sense from a medical standpoint. So that's that's why like on the outside it's like oh why is everyone allowed to sit down and eat outside. Well they've been tested up the wazoo and everyone's put into separate pods At least this is how we did Matrix where you have to make up departments you have to hear departments. You have to Separate offices for production one side test positive. The other pod can still function. Well i think about think about how much extra money and time so a lotta investors are like why do what am i getting involved in here. Why why now. You know exactly and You know so. That's why it's it's a bit uncertain. I really do for c. A lotta production's going going elsewhere sadly released for now. So it'll be it'll be interesting. I mean no one is new ground for everybody. So it'll it'll be interesting for me to see where this goes because it's continuously oscillating like we shot in europe. We shot in berlin and there is so few cases there but now there are. They actually went into lockdown justice league grabbing. Thank on a bit even that. Can it can change on a dime literally within days. You can go from shooting seamlessly to being completely. Shut down as what this is. What people don't realize like on On matrix we shot some of it in san francisco right before the shutdown And then was like five months of downtime because of the pandemic so what. People don't realize like all of the warehouses that that are holding the sets and the costumes in everything. You still have to pay for that. So a lot of productions such as Glow as an example. It was doing really well yet. It got pull that got a canceled because they could no longer afford to pay every single month and it actually didn't become cost effective. So that's why when. I didn't mean to get into this whole like clarify this saturday. We're all facing here you know. It's it's gray so when when people are like. Why did they cancel my favorite show. It was so good and did really. Well yeah but they had to pay millions of dollars every single month that they're never gonna see back so unfortunately you have producers such as myself who crunch the numbers and they're like even if we do go back in the fall we will never be able to recoup our money and we're butter showing a loss insurance all that. Yeah it's sad and this is the new world that that we live in right now. So it'll be. I'm keeping optimistic doing my best all right l. army of one where we're can we see. It has already out on.

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