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Fresh update on "ellen " discussed on The goop Podcast
"Rates and it obeys little girls little white girls that we interview though when they were little girls rather they did not play a little black girls in the sandbox. They had no idea of who black girls were what they brought to the table. They just different in they were. How can i say that they were clear about one thing in the interviews. We're so glad we're not black. Women you know i couldn't be black woman in black women. They they just have terrible lives really so for us and for the women at the white women at the bunting you know to have this. Come out in a book. So that's when i became more determined. Oh we do a book. I think white women historically as like if i think about the shortcomings of a white woman in in corporate america and this idea that they had to approximate the male archetype in order to feed and culturally as you point out like black women are approached differently. They're not trying to approximate anybody else except themselves. Like i always say this to my black women friends like i think. Black women are so close to themselves and the way that we white women have been. Socialized is to please and to fit in so we tend to put that first in our advancement. So i imagine if you have a black woman who's close to herself in corporate america. And then you have a white woman who is trying to assimilate or is trying to also make career advancements which is also noble right. Doesn't matter what you're you're you're but culturally. I think there that doesn't establish a language of well. This is our commonalities like these are are shortcomings. These are my shortcomings. Let's establish commonality in a language for how we can bridge that and accept like our femininity is. You said first and foremost come from that place. And then i think actually bridging the gap probably would have been a lot more gentle looking now. And don't forget your in the corporate environment which is highly competitive. So you know white women see black women as to i o you get to check race and gender i just get checked gender but you know we expect white women and the like your like your your term terms close to themselves. It was interesting. You can ask a black woman you know who the significant women in your lives. They go back to their schoolteachers sunday. School teaches the anti is the law. Real aunties mummies girlfriends are aunties as the list of aunties and then they go to. All the historical figures sojourner truth audrey law know. They're just popping names like crazy. You ask a white woman who the significant women your love. Su who shoulders do you stand on my mother. My grandmother and silence. It's a kind of a cultural kind of of the way we're raised and the role models The roles that we play in our community is often very different than as you point out from from from white women. We expect whiteman to not understand culture. Why do we expect white women to be different than we think. Gender is so powerful harsher is culture. You learn race via hall -ture now i think that's the issue. I think people think gender will be a common denominator for women that they will automatically find each other because they could they share the same gender and clearly Show that that's not true. It's a racial lies. Gender experience is not the same in people keep missing and so if you think about how distant out distant black women are from the prototype of what a leader should be like. I mean this whole thing hasn't changed that much. We still think of a masculine. Hyper masculine looking. Certain way mail in so yeah so. It's just interesting to us to gwen. Because in interviewing the women the white women always believed that the relationship was more positive that they had they would have a good relationship with and mike black women colleagues and the black women would say no. That's not true so even the white women will often blind to the fact that there were problems in the relationship. So that tells you a lot to took. People can't understand that the relationship was not authentic so they had very different views of of the relationship in singing of the story with our research assistant one of our young doctoral research assistant who was helping to interview the white women in which she went to interview one woman. The woman asked her while she asked her. Will my interview be seen by the black women. Who who are they going to actually see this interview so she was very guarded or worried about how we will how she could respond. Should she respond authentically what she respond so as to not offend us. So yeah i think this belief that all women combined over gender is one of the challenges that we still face. I was going to ask you in twenty years that ensued between original publication. And now if you what if any headway has been made both in what you just touched on and also just percentage wise like corporate in corporate. America have the percentages shifted. Are there more black women now in positions of management in america. Yeah gwen is. I wish i could say. Wow things have really changed. No i mean this was depressing. Is ellen i worked on the re issue to look at the numbers is to give you the numbers when the book was published in two thousand one. It showed that black women were one percent one percent of the people in the corporate suite in the highest levels. Okay flash forward. That number has grown to one point four percent and to make it even worse. It seems like it's it's regressing. Because they're not even in the pipeline to leadership another reason statistic that also indicates the challenge celebrating fact that for the first time you had the highest number of women leading fortune. Five hundred companies forty one. How many of black well. Three pre black women the only good news in that story. It's also the first time that a black woman has succeeded. A black man. So you've had a continuous level of black presents. I think what is happening the way. Many companies are diversifying leadership is.
Fresh update on "ellen " discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Okay we are back so tanya cintas post that was from us weekly and it's about this book kind of what recapping grey's anatomy and like what's happening on and stuff. Yeah the book is called how to save a life. The inside story of grease and adamy and it hasn't come out yet. But i guess us weekly posted like a little bit of a kind of like how they up blurbs about what to expect or whatever and the big thing was like kind of how not cool. Patrick dempsey was onset. We'll just said in the article. I see it's more like he would complain about how long he was there and kind of felt like he was working too much or something longer. Yeah yeah and ellen what kind of check and then be like. Everyone's been here for a long time. But i think that's kind of she's been in the article it's like he would get it like once. She checked him on it. But i think that's gonna. I think their relationship was kind of dislike best friends like brother and sister typing where she they were comfortable enough or she could be like. Don't don't be a dick. I don't know. I'm like so curious because again like what we're talking about men and just feeling like there is don't stank. You're on this hot show like you know. Egos are like legit a thing i have seen. Some gnarly egos from people who are not even half is famous as patrick dempsey and i can only imagine. I had a great experience when i met him. But it's like i think also sometimes when you're in the heat of it everybody's like fawning over you. You're like the lead of this massive show. There's gotta be some like gnarly stories from that. That are not great. But i also feel like sometimes. It's not even the biggest celebrities that have the ego sometimes. I think it's the people who are like barely celebrities that have like a really intense egos but i think maybe there were a lot of issues because when he left. It seemed like it wasn't on good terms but then they brought him back and it made me feel like why think time heals all time heals wounds so i think there was definitely some drama when he left like i sure if i could be a fly on the wall and all that stuff was going down i would give my ears or my right ear. I would like to have one ear to hear some stuff. But i i mean i think there's some gnarly stuff that went down what this book i know goes into it. If it does going to be purchasing that right off the press. I know but i'm curious. Because this little blurb and like one books come out they gave you the juiciest stuff to kind of play with first before the book comes out. If this is the juiciest be.
Fresh update on "ellen " discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"On this is big news here. Mike's wife had a dream about one of the members of the mojo in the morning. Show and mike told us about it earlier this morning but said he would not reveal it unless he could reveal it on the radio. Now i want to know what the the story since we're talking about. You know interoffice love. What's going on so my wife had a sex dream about one of you on the show. But i got in trouble for it. I got yelled at for it. Don't you love that when the woman has the dream and whatever you didn't a dream it's your fault what we how could you get in trouble. If she's the one having sex dream which what's what's the what's the story here. Here's the twist while in this happened. The night that i was in i was in detroit last week. She had a sex dream. But it was me having sex. This is so awkward this uncomfortable to say it was me. Please don't make this weird. After i say this by the way. Oh why would anyone make it weird unless you're listening for minutes ago about me and ellen having sex.
Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?
"While they have been quite a lot of new developments over the past fortnight in terms of international travel some bad but also some good in summary getting back to australia over the next couple of months unfortunately looks like it could be hotter than ever but this finally light at the end of the tunnel with talk now of opening up. Australia's international borders at least for some states by the end of this year. There's been a lot to take in so joining me now. To dissect it all is travel agent and regular guest on this podcast. Allan lamb from netwave. Trevor woke mellon so back in july listeners. Might remember the sterling government javier. The number of passengers allowed to arrive each week into each of the different states and so the arrival caps before july would there were three thousand spots a week into sydney melbourne and brisbane with age taking in one thousand people and perth and adelaide were taking in five hundred thirty passengers. H week bought from july when the government half those caps that reduced And the so. The number of passengers allowed to come in on commercial. Flights into sydney was leave. One thousand five hundred a week. Melbourne brisbane dropped down to five hundred passengers. Awake and perth adelaide. Down to only two hundred sixty five eighty per week. The impact of that was already quite devastating but that was only supposed to be until the end of august. Sadly last week the australian government extended those halved arrived caps until now the end of october and that in fact they didn't even have the courtesy of announcing this publicly. What they did is they just informed the airlines and the airlines have now had to stop dumping twenty seven thousand. People in total of flights. Were booked on over the next two months ellen. What does this mean overall in terms of flights to australia. Unfortunately we've seen a lot of flights get canceled. Four raza timber and in some cases. The of started cancelling fraud type as well as even that reduction kept now in places where the toyota That means that a little flat to being played cancelled and the can't cancelled innocence operating That means is. I know your passengers being carried and the cap is now low at two hundred sixty five seeing some of these carry about ten passengers and often the majority of these business plus fortunately with adelaide is not as many airlines flying in. So because it's mainly qatar airways flying they tend to be taking a hard number sir about thirty forty passes per week into add
Comic Magician "Amazing Johnathan" Interview & Set Show #78 - burst 01
"Wow that's fascinating start but learning on the streets of san francisco. There's a lot of talented jugglers and comics. But and magicians like you mentioned harry anderson who cut their teeth on the streets. I did not know that was your background. How long were you on the street about two years. And then when you start getting really good down the street you're crowds start to get really enormous and I got arrested Every weekend for obstruction because my crowds would go out into the street and as soon as they stepped out on the street the cops were laying and they would arrest me so i had to stop doing that and at the time. Their comedy clubs who are just starting out in their holy city. Zoo in san francisco is open. And and so i moved my show indoors and started doing nightclubs and at that time. It was dana. Carvey robin williams that that was the gang. I came up with doing comedy well and didn't actually do your show at the holy city zoo. Yeah oh yeah oh man. We've told the podcast listeners. In the past that is a famous club it had maybe twenty. Four seats a really teeny stage. There was a balcony that actually held like two or three people. I mean it was one of the smallest rooms in the history of comedy. Entertainment and yet people like robin williams dainik carbonate and apparently right amazing jonathan worked at. That's incredible i. Was there the night robin brought his contract and we got more committee and he brought his contracts and told everybody and we were looking through his contracts. Some five thousand dollars a week. That's incredible heaps money but yeah robin Was there and then dana. Carvey and god everybody at that time. Vallon too generous and and It was a great great eric. Come up doing comedy and you can also boarding house and always area. This there was like probably about twenty rooms within Three hour drive you know. Oh no san francisco was definitely a hub and a birthplace for a lot of the entertainers. Our audiences heard of in Enjoyed on
EU Claims Cost Finnair Passengers Thousands
"In the european union airlines are required to compensate passages when flights is significantly. Delayed cancel overbooked. Good airlines often. Try and get away with not paying out. Which has led to the creation of lots of companies that specialize in claiming compensation on behalf of airline passengers. The business model is simple if the agent is successful in claiming compensation from the ellen they get to keep a percentage of it and if unsuccessful there's no cost to the passenger well at least that's normally how it works in this podcast will meet some very unlucky finnick customers who used one of these third party agencies to claim compensation for significantly delayed flights but following a very unfortunate series of they ended up having to personally pay thousands of euros to. It's a cautionary tale. You definitely want to miss
The Life of Bridget 'Biddy' Mason
"Mason was born on august fifteenth eighteen eighteen somewhere near hancock county georgia because biddy was born into slavery. The circumstances of her childhood are mostly unknown. But we know. She was sold to a family of enslavers mississippi by young adulthood. These new enslavers were robert. And rebecca smith farmers who made bitty look after their children tend to their livestock work the fields and act as a nurse and midwife for the family during this time he gave birth to three daughters of her own ellen and harriet. When robert smith converted to the new mormon faith he decided to pack up his family and moved to salt lake city with a group of other mormons. Of course biddy and the rest of the people. Robert enslaved were forced to come to in eighteen forty seven. The group traveled over fifteen hundred miles in three hundred wagon caravan across multiple states to get to utah bitty set up camp for the smiths cooked all. The food heard the cattle and acted as midwife all while taking care of her own three daughters though utah was still part of mexico at the time the smith family settled into. What would later become salt lake city. But soon robert smith decided he wanted to seek greener pastures again. This time in san bernardino california biddy. The smith family and the rest of their enslaved workers settled down near the santa ana river and set up a prosperous cattle business. There was just one problem for robert smith. Slavery was illegal in california. Robert tried to conceal this fact from the people. He had enslaved but the american civil war was brewing back. East and slavery was the major topic of the day. It was looking more and more likely that bitty would end up free at. The smith stayed in san bernardino so instead of allowing that to happen. Robert plotted to move the whole family to texas and to trick biddy into coming along
Interview With Ellen Wiles, Author of 'Live Literature'
"Welcome to monaco reads very much. No let's start with a little bit of your background because you've been a barrister and a musician that some way away from way you are. Now it is yes. I've had an interdisciplinary background or checkable trades. You could say yeah. I think having a background in music and also in advocacy is embarrassed as bobby shape the way i think about literature and the relationship between the texted. The voice of before wins. Allston bed into my approach to this new book on life that you now absolutely. Because you've got this wonderful kind of very clean analytical thought going on and i guess that's the barrister side of you but also the lovely rhythm that goes through the book and i'm guessing that's music i think so yeah i'm really interested in rhythms and the sound of words and the sound of voices and the way that those will feed together to affect how we think about about text books about communication meeting so this book live literature. The experience and cultural value of literary performance events from silence to festivals is absolutely fascinating particularly to me because my other job is as a charrette literary events. And you'll very much drilling down into into what live literature is how would you define it. Well i defined as events where literature and abroad senses performed. I'm in this country. Focusing live in person events so what happens when people get in a physical space together. And that's become all the more heightened importance and challenged in this pandemic times when sunday. All these live in person events had to change and that will happen just as as this book was about to come out so it forced me to really thank you. Know what what is the difference between a live in person event in digital abandon. How can we value them differently. But yet It's huge. It's increased so much. This century the tweet festivals loomed all over the world but also other events. And i want to take about the importance of little events in bookshops and miss recitals. Different kinds of ways in wichita can be full audiences.
Stop Waiting for Perfection and Take Action on Your Dreams With Ellen Bennett
"Please me walkman. The founder of hedlund bennett and one of the most suite isn't charismatic. people. I've ever interviewed the one of a kind ellen murray bennett. Welcome to the show having me lady. I am so keen to have your hand. The reason why. I like to take would things i think my audience all about struggle with and then go. Who's the prophet peasants. Talk about this. And the one thing i asked a lot about is about perfectionism and the fact that the fear of something not being perfect is what keeps people stop and then they just spend years and years in this like petrified space so fearful of making a first step and so i was like when i heard your burke like dream i e tells shot and then i heard your story is that we have to get on because i think you can really touch on the notion of. Don't wait for. Perfection is so talk to me about how you started young. The very fact that you didn't look for perfectionism is exactly. What helped you to build this multimillion dollar company. Yeah totally i mean. I think i've always had dream. I details eater in my blood. It's like an attitude right. And so when i decided to write a book i was like i need something that can give people that they can consume the attitude that by the time. They put the book down like hell. Yes i can do this and for me. It's just like i think back to when i was growing up i. My parents got divorced when i was super super little and the journey was very bumpy and it was sort of like things were perfect before and then my whole life exploded when i was like nine parents divorce and i decided i was just like all right. Well this is my journey now. Am i just going to sit here and wait for them to figure this out because this looks like a disaster or am i gonna decide where i wanna go. And he's joe. Yes vivid recollections of this moment. And i just decided to start walking on the journey of life
Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Lead Vocalist of Kansas, Dead at 71
"Guess this is this is partly personal. But I have a feeling that I'm not the only one who is interested in this story. So I'll share it with my fellow fans of rock music. And especially back when I was really, you know, getting into it back in the seventies. And I've been I've been a radio listener as a kid from Cali. I can't remember 56 years old, uh, listen to a lot of great music of big fan of top 40 radio back in the late sixties. The Motown sound. Then, as we got in the early seventies, I got my little transistor radio and got into more of the Beatles. The Eagles as they came on in the mid late seventies, especially but also, uh, Kearney and wings and triumph and yellow yellow was probably one of my favorites. But this band also held the spot. The band's Kansas. You probably remember this song dust in the wind, Give a listen to this violent solar. Really quick man who did that Robby Steinhardt. The original violinist for Kansas, Also, a co lead vocalists actually sings Believe vocal on this song as well. Backup vocal Well, we lost Robbie over the weekend, he died from acute pancreatitis. The founding member of the band and a rarity. I mean, a violin player in a rock band. How did that all come about? My parents asked me to play the violin, I guess made me play as of island would be more accurate. I was the first chair in my high school orchestra. My junior high school orchestra in my grade school orchestra. Remember when Philly heart call me and he said, I heard you play and I wanted to find out if you wanted to get together and form a band. I remember being in Lawrence, Kansas and seeing him playing and singing, and I just thought that is a guy that I need to be in a band with. I've never seen anybody else like that guy. I've never heard anybody play like that guy and I've never heard anybody sing that way, Robbie said. Do you guys have a tape? So I sent him a reel to reel and he called back. He said. Awesome. I'm in that piece Audio from the documentary Kansas Miracles out of nowhere. Robby Steinhardt was unusual. He played the violin. Yeah, we have fiddle players. But this guy was a true classical violin player in a rock band and just totally helped to, you know to to forge a new sound, of course. As we mentioned dust in the wind, but carry on my wayward son, another favorite of theirs that I love playing the game tonight like that one as well point of no return. So the list goes on and on just some great music. Romney Robby Steinhardt dead at the age of 71 from pancreatitis, So it's a little sad news there for you, and I'm like I say, partly personal. I wanted to put that on the air, but I'm sure that I'm not the only one Alan checking in with me saying Thank you. You're welcome, Ellen. I just Couldn't let let that go by
Eloy Jiménez to Begin Rehab Assignment Friday, Ready for White Sox Return
"Yasmani, Grandal and Nick magical remain sidelined with injuries, but Ellen Harmon is set to begin his rehab assignment. It's a little over 3.5 months since he tore a pectoral tendon in spring training. Here's some men is on rejoining the first place White Sox in the near future. We want to dominate the league so It is good to see the guys. Uh, how it played right now.
Summer Cocktail Tips, Straight From the Garden
"I. I'm not going to talk about a specific cocktail today. But i'm going to encourage people to experiment you know ellen. The mo- hito has been so popular of late. Right and there are several mint based cocktails. And they're fine. They're wonderful and all kinds of mintz can be used for them. So that's delicious. But i would encourage people to experiment with other flavors with any traditional cocktail recipe. That calls for meant whether it's a mint julep or mo hito instead of using the mint think about using other flavors in that same recipe and i would encourage you to try basil. That's a wonderful herb to use for flavoring. I would encourage you to try lemon for beena. Which is a little milder and But also plays well very well with anything that has lime in it. Of course and i would also encourage people to try to stir cham's because using minister shem foliage instead of the mint and even minister shem flowers. You put those flowers and foliage in the cocktail shaker and you mix it up and straighten it out and you've got the spiciness of distortion and you can garnish the cocktail with mr shem flour. And it's it's yummy. I wasn't even thinking on long the substitution line. But last year i had an august a in my garden and at the end of the year i was cutting them back and i dried all the foliage and it's got a wonderful sort of half meant have liquorice flavour and i made some of it into a syrup and i've been thinking what could i. How could i use this in a cocktail so going to go back and look at all the classic mint cocktails and see one. This substitution does for just mixing it up a little bit.
Crews Give up Hope of Finding Survivors at Collapse Site
"The search for victims of the Miami area building collapse has changed from a search and rescue mission to a recovery effort Miami Dade fire rescue assistant chief Rajan dollar had to tell victims families the transition from search and rescue to search and recovery yeah especially knowing that we have numerous victims that are still trapped in the rubble a W. P. L. G. he says the way the condo tower pancaked didn't leave the big voids they were hoping for and victims they had found showed no signs of surviving the violent collapse and we did not get an alert on the K. nine a sensor trip Fortin sound and any visual utilizing our cameras chief Ellen Kaminski says rescuers are sad but still dedicated to handing over remains to families will continue moving forward to try to locate everyone's loved ones there was a moment of silence at the site where journalists were allowed to join clergy and first responders in prayer hi Jackie Quinn
Interview With Video Editor, Tony Chang
"To this week's episode of the insider. My guest this week is a video editor. Why damian why you buy ask a video editor on a magic podcast. Well it's because it's tony chang. Tony thanks so much for agreeing to do the show. How are you this morning. Good how are you on lovely. Thank you now this whole week because the show drops are the monday this whole week. We've could tony chang week and we're dedicating it to downloads. Which is very exciting. Indeed a first of all your magic origin story. You've got twenty seven seconds that that long the c- do it and hiking. I guess beautiful up. Check your syllables though fat kid. Too much time Learn too much lie and think magic was supposed to be perfect disappointed then Found true love there. You go that rhymed Almost and it was only slightly off on the syllable count. I remember coming to visit manhattan about twenty years ago and on the genie forum or somewhere. I found out about the saturday afternoon. Hang out remember where it was underneath. It was underneath something pizza. Place or delhi or something went up and said was greeted really warmly and said the card magic and somebody said oh you need to sit down with cancun's ellen and so i did and he proceeded to mess with my mind about half an hour but everything about that. Scene seemed really warm and welcoming to allow me outside. What's it like being in the new york. Magic scene was it was it inside well. That's that's interesting that you say that. So you went to a shop. Like with wesley james and all this but it was eastman on a baseman Things acknowle tacos i. That's that's an interesting way of putting it. I mean. I went to seattle for my college and that was the first time i really got to see magician because i grew up in idaho so like you fight as i did not see a a real magician went to college
Interview With Natasha of Houseful & Associates and We Sow We Grow
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. I m tash nichols. i'm from chicago illinois. i currently live in chicago illinois and my business. I run houseful associates. Which under the umbrella falls my blogging site and my sewing business. And i'm also the executive director of the we so we grow project which is a nonprofit organization that grows gardeners all over the world. So you know we mid west sisters. I i did not know you from the midwest. Yes i'm from aaron. Okay oh you are yeah. They'll yahoo notice ellen. The way too so long long faith veer long bear. We have short memory so what twitch to carbon and everything. Okay had a lot of y'all. I've got family up there to be. I think i don't know where they are. As i'm sure you we all away way back to you Talk to me about low baby natasha. Up in the me about being raised. I assume pentecostal in how that's played a part in the decisions that you've made for yourself in your life when doing research start we'll start there. We got a lot of ground to cover. So i like that baby. Natasha had the same voice. Believe it or not So imagine a four year old What theory three or four year old with this very heavy voice walking around bowlegged extremely bowlegged And just think curious about the world in general so it's taken me a very long time. I think to acknowledge the fact that. When i was younger i was considered gift. It so i was in a lot of accelerated programs Quite often the only black person in the program
Ellen Bennett: Are You Creating a Product People Actually Want?
"Up. I we've got our conversation with ellen. She got her start by saying we're going to make the best aprons ever which was a bold move considering she didn't even have a business. Yeah i have. I had a passion about it. I was needing it myself. So is very much a situation where i wanted to fix the problem i had and i was also working at two of the best restaurants in. La and their uniforms were terrible like they were paper apron. They didn't fit well. Nothing was practical about it and yet it was such a commodity like nobody thought to make it better. And i wanted to make a better and so i started with this dream or kind of north star which was make the best apron that there can be full stop period. I wasn't thinking about. Is this going to be wholesale is this can to be retailed. Dita a be. None of that was part of the equation. I was simply like obsessive on the idea of making something that worked. And i'm actually really glad that i started it that way because it helped me focus on what was important which to your point is fantastic. Product like fantastic product lifts all ships if you will if you have a great product. You're going to be successful if you're fixing a problem but if you have great marketing and not agree product like little harder to make it happen out there. Great marketing will just make a bad product fail faster. And i love that idea. You've got to start with a great product and when you first started You had what you call a grit a willingness to fail in the courage to stare errors in the i. I love that. There's a theme and all of that. So tell me how all of that connects when it comes to creating great product absolutely similar to your to your first point on the humble azam. I was always willing to talk to people but also willing to learn. That's my formula for humble enthusiasm and when you think about success it's includes a lot of failure and the failure part are where you learn the most so every time i delivered an order. That wasn't perfect. I learned something. And i was getting something from it and my willingness to stare errors in the i helped the evolution of the product because instead of ignoring people in saying no. It's not actually. It's on you like you probably just didn't wash it right. I would say you're right. We're so sorry about that. we will take it back. We'll fix it and it made all the
Curry, Harris Help 76ers Stay Alive, Hold off Hawks 104-99
"Seth curry hit six three pointers and scored twenty four points as the top seeded seventy Sixers down the hawks one oh four ninety nine to avoid elimination Tobias Harris also had twenty four points including four free throws in the final thirteen seconds to protect the lead Jo Ellen beat added twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the seventy Sixers who will host game seven on Sunday we just kept telling each other you know forty eight minutes all your god before his full forty eight minutes seven oh so this will be hard to do before the hawks led by twelve in the first period and never trailed until the Sixers open the second half on a twelve all Ron hawks guard Trae young scored a game high thirty four points including a three pointer to pull that landed with a ninety four ninety three I'm Dave very
COVID Lockdowns and Social Anxiety
"Curious as somebody who's really specialized in social anxiety. What has the overall impact of covid been. Has it been great because People who are have any degree of social anxiety you know. I would put myself on the spectrum. There is a mild social anxiety Well then then you don't have to deal with the what makes you anxious or is a terrible. Because avoidance is What puts all of our anxieties on steroids. Yes oh my gosh. Magic word avoidance so. The answer is both so short term. I think the pandemic has given people with social anxiety or introverts or folks who are shy and all of that can overlap. There can a big ven diagram of everybody. Just mentioned has given everyone permission to opt out or to not have to force ourselves to go to the gender reveal party or the holiday party at work. so it's been a nice break. I have talked to several clients and friends and colleagues. Who have kind of like leaned in. And said i love. This is the best. I hope we never go back. As as if this is illegal. You know and so short term. It's been a nice reprieve long-term. it's not so great. Because as you said avoidance is a primary driver of social anxiety and so you know rightfully so we have all been avoiding normal social life for more than a year and just like behavior can follow mood. We can do things we feel like doing mood. Also follows behavior so over the pandemic as we see ourselves behaving in ways that suggest social avoidance isolation withdrawal our thoughts and feelings follow
Taking Back Your Mealtimes
"We wanted to talk a little bit about the kind of two approaches of parenting or when it comes to mealtimes that parents fall into the having complete control over mealtime and then there's more a complete lack of control. I feel like i'm kind of somewhere in the middle but i was curious like can you tell us about these two different approaches and could we be doing to not fall into one or the other. Yes absolutely so yes. You're clearly right often. I think people approached mealtimes with the all or nothing approach or the black and white on either we go all in on controlling our kids to eat. And i decide basically everything they eat inside. What's on the table. They don't get a in anything either. That or in the complete opposite approach like k kids. So what do you want eight like in. What would you ask kids. That it's really doing a disservice. Because you're opening on the world's been like this and you're saying so from anything in the world what do you want to eat. And they will not only confuse them confused but it will also make them usually pick some of the same things that they are used to in humiliates. And because that's how they work. And that's not going to broaden their pallet and their tastes expose their tastebuds to new things. So that's really doing them a big disservice and the other approach about controlling and being completely on top of everything and not letting them decide anything and just basically forcing them to finish plates or take one. We're buying or whatever we have in. That toolbox is not teaching our kids to attune to their acuse and their bodies and it's not teaching them to listen to their comey's really so we need to find out a way to do something in between that will both give us some power and give the children some power because we can't only give them power in or only give ourselves power. So basically i don t heard of ellen sadder she is she was the dietitian but she's written this book about the division of responsibility in basically what she's saying is that we need to to make ourselves clear on what it is that we have responsibility for so parents are they can decide serving factors basically they can decide what sir when served and where it served with the children on the other hand they get to decide what to eat from that like what to eat from the table how much to eat from the table and also and that's even more commercial if they want to eat anything at
Marking Your Territory, Elderberries, and Hydrangea Color
"Think we should start out with true or false ellen. It is about peeing in the garden to keep critters away. I have very mixed feelings about this. I have used predator urine in my garden in pennsylvania. I don't know if did a darn bit of good. I really don't but i'll tell you it smelled pretty darn bad. So if i were a bunny or a deer. I would not have gone near that stuff. It's interesting that We're starting with predator urine. Because i have very strong feelings about this and that is i cannot believe that this is collected in a humane way new. And you can't find any. They will not tell you how it's like. Well how it has to be as collected is they have to keep the coyotes or these fox in little pens with wire floors so that when they urinate goes down into a trough or something so it can't possibly be a humane thing so i am not in favor of using predator urine in the garden. Unless you're encouraging the coyotes and the to hang out and peeing your garden. Naturally that i'm all in favor of. I use the fox here in once i started looking into says this can't be good. This cannot be good but there are also people who will. Pd the borders of their garden in hopes of keeping deer and bunnies away. And i've read mixed things about this but well. i think i wouldn't encourage anybody to urinate too close to their vegetable garden or or things that you're going to eat that just kinda makes good sense that you don't want to bring you know harm on yourself in terms of bacteria tetra. That's why we carry waste away both either down into septic systems or sewage treatment plants.
Shake Milton Saves Sixers As Philly Evens Series With Hawks
"Jo Ellen beat at forty points and thirteen rebounds as the seventy Sixers knocked off the hawks one eighteen one oh two even in the Eastern Conference semifinal series at a game apiece the Sixers also received big contributions from shake Milton who buried a thirty two footer and scored fourteen points in an electrifying stretch off the bench Milton fueled a fourteen run that blew the game open in the second half Tobias Harris had twenty two points and Seth curry twenty one for the seventy Sixers Trae young and Danilo Gallinari scored twenty one a piece for the hawks game three is Friday in Atlanta I'm Dave Ferrie
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Okay. Okay someone else in the room know well sometimes okay so you get down on all fours and you put your leg up l. with right and the I'm just do it up like that. I know right I know that one fire hydrants. Yes these are like not new thing. Then I've got a Khulumani Times. You do that up in the air. Three sets of twenty five twenty five right and then I have a power played and you. Do you do squats. What's your just do the old fashioned things and I have to confess I do zoom zoom? Oh you do it at home. Yeah I would like to see that. No okay she brings out like the silly side of Ellen Ellen in a way that a lot of guests don't we were saying like her and Michelle Obama. They don't put up with her shenanigans right. They throw it right back on her face and he just loves it it. It's so fun to watch her. As producers servers we always love when. Someone's out there and Challenges Ellen pokes her little well share shares. Very confident in who she is and what she does and she doesn't need to take any any grief from Ellen and she knows literally the opposite of me literally you see share onstage rehearsing or song and you go like my God She has been doing this forever. She is like the consummate professional knows. Exactly what to do has incredible comic timing and just it just brings it so now. Kevin had a brilliant idea that none of us thought would actually happen in which he was overdue for. We have but dr dry bar next to my favorite drinking place. Don Kuko's Lisa Industry Chip Kevin Leong Kuko's and get blow out not worried about you're going to say so. Yeah dry bars just opened and of course share play stylist and Mermaids Ellen has hair so who better better team to go and surprise people there and have them do their blowouts and Ellen and share and I was like there's no way share it's going to go with L. into the dry bar and blow hair covering the reaction to the folks in the drive bar when the door opens and Ellen and share walk into the brand new dry bar into Luca Lake it was awesome is fantastic. Share share instantly. Said yes ellen got early to do it. It was so much fun. We shot it and cut it all on the same day. I think we're putting the whole thing up on ellen tubes you can definitely see the whole thing there if he were sure. I wrote the car with share over there. And Kinda pissed her through some ideas he wanted to do and told her where we had some whigs hidden but and he was a little shaking voice and Kevin never gets nervous. A little shaky shakey celebrities. Still Shaky made me happy. It was fun. And like that's the coolest thing about our job is like Kevin Leman grew up loving share air and now he's producing her in comedy piece so it really is a cool job and it never gets old to me. Mary tell the story of Kevin Leman. I'm so glad you asked Ed so Kevin Kevin Leman came to us out of the NBC page program. He began as really sort of just a young man who was mostly straight or confused with his sexuality is surgery but yeah great. We hired him. I believe as a production assistant assistant and he was a producer's assistant. He did a number if things very quickly he became a writer after submitting some material to Alan how many years before he became a writer too so so meteoric but we were you need in the first few weeks of the show well. He appeared on the very first episode of the Ellen. Degeneres show great because he's an amazing. He's an amazing artist. Full face He became a writer he then became the head writer. And in that you become the head writer so two years in. We're starting our sixteenth season in in season. Three you became a writer and then when did you become the head writer. I think officially seasons seven long story Short Kevin is now an executive producer. Ellen made him yeah okay all right okay. That's pretty much. And he's an EP when I was young and I'm old. But here's what's interesting Ed. How long have we all been together at the Ellen Degeneres Show sixteen years? We've been here since the beginning. Yeah never never. This is really the first time anyone who wanted to hear what we've had to say. I'm not sure if they want to marry. Oh well that's the first time we're at this point we have zero listeners. Left Kev. There was such an amazing moment in that piece. There's such an incredible moment. If you know sixteen years years in it feels like everything has happened but how often does someone call Ellen a word. LYNN LOVES COMES TO TO POKE POKE POKE and push buttons and share put up with it for a while and then just unleashed a little bit on Ellen in a way that made made Ellen Laugh her head off.
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Once you buy a house. Yeah they're good now that you the house to get to be able to buy them a house exactly proven yourself from. I'm going to be honest with you. I saw star Star Wars feeling back in around nineteen seventy seven and a half now is one of the new ones the first three then I dropped out for all those other ones they made and then when the new the new ones came a couple years ago. I've been all over. They are fantastic film data. Try again time. I've also gone back and watch the ones in the middle that I didn't watch the those ones. Yeah yeah this is great. He's new ones our incredible. Have you taken Sarah. Kids would love never fun. And there's a great female hero and it's just yeah right message and you know it's great. Adam Sandler I have loved Adam Sandler. Since he was on Saturday night live in his twenties. Agree I just. I've I've never love that Guy Right. I also loved him as a guest on the David Letterman show. Yep He was always very respectful always wanted to do well always a little bashful Asheville a little shy. That's why I love him. Yeah and always had brace stories about his family and his is very close to his dad and I have to tell you his best. In my humble opinion since Letterman has gone off the Air Adam sandlers best talk show appearances in my opinion. Have been on the Ellen show. I think I think that's right and and I'm sandler first of all. He makes great movies and I love that. He has sort of this this group of people that he makes his movies with and he's very loyal to them and they sort of move around around to all these films with them and and when these people come on the show to talk about these films they all talk about how much fun they have making the film and making you. You know making films isn't easy. You GotTa leave family and you gotta go out of town and Adam Sandler tries to make it a fun event to bring your family out of town to make a film with him. So that all the downsides of making a film become a plus side and I didn't know where Adam sandlers from but Adam sandlers from mm-hmm New Hampshire right. You're up in New Hampshire and they're eighty was from New York. I thought so too. I thought I figured he was from Long Island or something. But he's from New Hampshire and he talks about how his childhood bedroom is still his childhood bedroom and has been sort of untouched. And here he is talking to Ellen about that. I saw in the sixty minutes on you. It was really great. Great profile or shocking. Believe that happened to to be on sixty minutes yes. I grew up watching sixty minutes. Such a big deal in my house to watch. I would watch it. I thought it was good for my brain a little my parents would make me watch it get sixty minutes menaces on yeah I was on it and I didn't see it i. I didn't see it because I don't like watching myself. You know I but my my wife told me it was was good. It was very good and your mother must have been thrilled because you. She's a big part of it. You're US intervention. Most of the time they went back to my hometown sixty you see made us and they came to the house. I grew up in and I called my mother and they want to come. I was really trying to get my mother. You really got to go to my house. I said it'd be nice to to see where you grew up at him and I said Oh man and my mother. I know she's going to be and I called my mother up. I said my sixty minutes and say oh I gotTA start cleaning now psychotic about it but she was great. She was very nice and they were nice to my Mama. I mean the fact that that's your bedroom right there. Yes ask all those trophies for those of my trophies. Yeah they asked about a bunch of basketballs in the middle there in cases is Punt Pass and kick trophies. That's football and then on top baseball and basketball and Ping Pong.
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"John. About what it was like for Johnny. She was great. Tell she has done. She hadn't done an interview on how long three years to three years, and she chose to come and sit down and do one with Ellen. And it was as if not a day had gone by she's been on this show. What now when you say she chose. I mean we. But she she she. My question is, is she hadn't done? Us in a while, but she had been a regular here. We had our at the beginning of a career her Annell, and it was like one of the most enter -taining interviews this year. Absolutely. And there's so many good parts about Ellen and her talked about shaving legs and washing legs may talked about what else. I know it wasn't your second. They talked about. They talked about cats cats. Of course, they talked about the cats. They talk about Easter eggs and Easter egg. I didn't know what he starts. About. Little hints. Yeah, I know that she drops. And they talked about Jonas, Kevin how. Taking she listen, take a listen to Taylor swift talking with Ellen about Joe Jonas. What is the most rebellious rebellious thing? You did as a teenager. Probably. When I put Joe Jonas on blast on your show. That was too much. Yeah. That was too much. Okay. I was eighteen. Yeah. We about it now, that was out, the yeah. Yeah, just all right. And teenage stuff there, that's held onto you because I don't remember that at all. What is your favorite curse word? Okay. You say you're and we'll say together on one two three one two three. One because it can also mean like, really good like. Who'd you share your first kiss with I it was my high school boyfriend when I was fifteen. This is true. True. Did you leave Easter egg during our interview? Yes. Really? Yes. It's on every word. No. Okay. Your friend invites you to dinner. What do you bring white wine?.
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Or do we still need to settle literally our lead guest today? We do have guests. Well, my God, it's not Ellen it's not Porsche. It's not even a celebrity, but it is the person on our show arguably aside from Ellen who interacts with the most celebrities on our show. He he, he produces the biggest stars heads of state, right? Foreign territory about him on the show. We have what we say is anytime a big name gets booked. Yep. We go to mount right to produce it because he's got now after thirty one years here at the show. He's got a relationship with the publicist with the guests. He's also very creative. He's gonna say he's, he's a reluctant guest. Yes, he wasn't really. He. Do he's already stressing. 'cause he's stressed for Tom Hanks, whatever he's got other things to do that. He didn't know it was going to be on camera. Ted. Right. And so he didn't wear his prettiest. Blouse. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome mat. Right. You are now. What is your title? So anyway, Matt, right? Started with us as a producer. He worked his way up to. No take us through the thing. Producer senior producer, VO. Anything with us how long thirteen years thirteen years, he has been producing who are who are the big give give three of the biggest names, you've produced President Obama. President obama. Tom Hanks, maybe. Yeah, we'll Smith. A low talker. Shine. He literally never stops talking. Here's the thing about Matt. He will come into one of us or all of us in Doha. I have this idea for whatever celebrity, I'm and I want your honest opinion. You give them your honest opinion. Maybe it's not the best idea. Sure. And then he spends about five minutes convincing you and you just get exhausted. Right. You said that you just say, okay, bright red. So we all kinda worked for. I believe I was the last one to fall. Listen to the quietest I've ever so literally badgering. Call in for a meeting because you have things you need to talk to Matt about. And then Matt will then say, well while I have you all here and then you take over the meeting for the things that you need to talk about. It gets a lot of segments. But many has a lot of. Know we do now that we've been on sixteen years, you're aware that we do a lot of packages, showing best moments over the years and just chunk to those belong to Matt and things that came from his little. He's got a little brain, but he thinks a lot of things. And most of them are ideas that he, he hounded us into doing and it always pays off. He's a smart guy. Hey, can you tell the story? Oh, can you tell the story you, you don't want to say, nothing makes me happier mass? When I first met math was like years ago when we hired him. But when we interviewed him when we interviewed do you, do you remember when I love, remember and he was working at a show called soap talk. Big star and we were looking for segment producer. And we're like, you know, who have you, you know, tell us about some of your segments, and he named some of soap opera people now we're like you know what he seemed smart? Let's give them a shot, and we put you on a one day contract. We tried you out and immediately. He had idea brought my luggage to the interview because I was on my way to New York. Yes, you somewhere. Stop but you were playing very straight in that came in. Oh, Oh, yeah. yeah. I know he had a suit. He had a suit. He was all full hair. I'm New York. You were either either a full head of hair or very realistic to very. And he and you would not haven't seen him with you. Remember? This is not. Not an ongoing better. You would not have guessed in that meeting. That was really cut to we. We've all become good friends. I one day I said Matt. When did you come out to your family, and how old are you? Twenty one twenty one is how did it go? What happened when you told your mother? My, my said, you know, I was gay. And my mother said, is it because I was heavy..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"The podcast and the season of Ellen today, and they all feature Andy. But so I'm guessing. I'm Ed glavin. I'm Mary Connolly, and I'm Andy lasts ner. I'm Kevin Lima, the second where Kevin actually not here today. We can explain why you should explain. We fired him. Oh. True. That was it was a tough one. That was tough retard. Yep. No, Kevin, we are in the middle of taping our game of games yet, again, we are on lunch break and Kevin likes to feed the crew so behind the table. Kennelling Alvin is in a content review meeting currently. Yeah. Yes. And if he gets done with that meeting in time he will come in and spend a little time with us on the podcast. But if not, we, we going to push on without him, well, and I thought, what we could do since Kevin's, not. Here's we start by going around the room and each of us could talk about how Kevin's drinking as affected them. Thank you, real, Kevin. I'm just going to say, we could tell the story about being in Vegas and Kevin getting a little tipsy and giving us each one hundred dollar Bill and having us play a game on. Race to tell the story about being at the holiday party a couple years ago and there was some kind of sculpture with tequila running through it. And Kevin I left was on his knees with his mouth up against the bottom of it. I believe it was called the think it was a lose. Yep. We could talk about him having his own seat at Don Kuko's. We don't have to talk about any of these things. I'm just saying he's not here. These are things that are true that are also about Kevin. Here's one thing, I've, I think I've learned about Kevin Leman is, if you are a friend of Kevin lemans, you are a friend of his forever. He has people in his life from seems like all walks of life. A lot of college friends, a lot of school friends, a lot of people he paid with a lot of people. He's worked with a couple of Disney princesses couplet his knee princesses. He meets new people along the way. That become very good friends. And if you've been a friend, you remain a friend of Kevin's. That's true. Yeah. It's like mafia. I'm more of an acquaintance Ilias. Yeah. He'll kill you pay for the good news is that with Kevin, not here. Andy, is not on his phone tweeting, while we're doing the bucket 'cause I have to I have to live this ship. A little more. Well, usually carry you wanna start. What do you wanna start with? We have a contest. We have run a contest. We have had a lot of responses. It was the Mary's big-box become subscription. You're getting a full year of our mazing boxes that we about. And we have a lot, a lot of submissions, which really. Over ten. Do you think they're the they were say in the tens, you think I think there were tens of, yes, we're up to three figures? Bali. Yeah. Especially 'cause they got to use the hashtag, you know, Mary's big box. So do you think it was three figures? But the winner of the be kind subscription box contest is or you're picking you're just doing this unilaterally. Evelyn dobkin. Thank you, Andy last ner. Mary Connolly at glavin, and Kevin Leman for your entertaining, podcasts. I hope that putting Andy's name. I will win. Current box of scripture on Mary's bigs box giveaway or is it Mary's big-box? She feels rig wins. You reading the results that feels ring, honestly because you're all my witnesses. I literally pulled it out in front of you. It's just really funny. That, that's the one I pulled out. Congratulations evelyn. Here's here's the thing. The subscription box is really fun. You think you're really going to enjoy it. And if you do enjoy it tell some friends in maybe they'll enjoy it as well. They'll tell their friends, you know what happens then, and so on. One. Yeah. It's walked to the living. It's phenomenons are started boss. Man. What's next? What's next is we got to play some of these best of moments. Mary. What's the first thing we're going to have our listeners? Listen to today..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Everybody high kids. How are you? All right. What is going on there? Allen. I had the best day here this school. They are the true definition of a community. These kids are so intelligent. They are so hard working, and I have two students here that wanna say something to you. This is sage this is Daniel stage. What did you say the Ellen? We love you Ellen so much because you spotlighted are mazing teachers here coma elementary in. We love you. And what about you? Daniel what did you say Ellen Ellen? I just wanna say thank you for having a kind and giving heart and all of these students want to grow up to be just like you one day. Thank you so much you have a kind of loving heart. And I wanna grow up to be just like you is what I want. I I I think all of you are amazing. And I love how hard you work. And I love that you have these dreams because you can do anything you put your mind to all you have to do is work and y'all are going to be amazing. I can't wait to see what you do with your life. When you grow up. All right. So you have a food pantry right? Because a lot of times they don't have food at home. So they give them food there. We do made initially started with teachers out of their own pocket. Just buying snacks and things for us to send home bags with students on the weekend. Well, I guarantee you there's some people watching right now that are going to donate. So all you have to do is go to our website. And and we're going to direct you to them. So that made help them out because I know that everybody at home is feeling the same that we're all feeling in this room. And you know, we partnered with Cheerios to reward amazing people who are going above and beyond and you're definitely going above and beyond. So Cheerios is going to donate twenty thousand dollars to provide food. Well, this has been so fun Brigadier a A lot lot of. of. Stupid show and Tony. Ellen cold. Tony, Tony, Tony L? No, that's. You guys are awesome..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"We go. I'm Andy last ner host Ellen on the go. Joined by my guests. Mary Connolly, Kevin Leman, the fourth and Edward glavin. Thanks for joining me guys. Thanks for having us, a really nice of you. Thank you for doing this podcast. I'm your to. Thank you wanna talk about today. And today, we have a lot to talk about where do we want to start with what if we start with you at the table games? Okay. I'm just going to say, you don't disappoint doesn't. It was fun. Rock was very nice to me, and you call DJ or anything. What are you? Yeah. I I call them to came back. Yeah. And I said DJ was cool. Tell me to calm Dietsch. It's just like I'm sorry. I've worked with the rock. Yeah. Again to you. It was a very painful he's ever said call me how shore were you after I was sore for about three days. Now, I'm not a regular exerciser as which may come as the surprise to Kevin. But I'm not a regular exercise. I play hockey once a week. And that's really the extent of my. This is just natural. This is just natural. Haven't seen. It titan games is like this crazy huge like American gladiators times ninja warriors times thousand. It was the most insane said I'd ever seen. It was outdoors at an old grace track and you come in. And it literally looks like like that movie with Russell Crowe gladiator. That's what it felt like you are entering an arena. So you were like a gladiator. Are you did you are you a titan or gladiator the set like light here? But it's the titan games. And it's just regular people like me who are extraordinary. No in physical, fitness. Yeah. It's bit. Here's the thing. Tight how wardrobe it wasn't great. It was here's the thing. And this is what I'm convinced. Most of the average Andy segments are generated from the writers. The writers are run by our friend sitting right here. Kevin leman. I am convinced that Kevin Leman specifically picks. What average Andy's we're going to do based on? What will be the most unflattering wardrobe for me? I gotta say I was annoyed that you look so good in. This one kidding me of your natural roles. The Spanish, right? It was like a spanks on you. Yeah. It was. It was really what I'm going to say no matter what the task. Yeah. Matter what the challenge. Yes, you go at it. One hundred percent I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm titan. Maybe I honestly going when they were showing me what I was gonna do. I literally my head thought. Oh, I can do this. I'm going to be good at it. And then I got tired. We'll just the video of you running at the beginning to run to the first thing natural runner your hands. Trying to get speed. I was told you pump your arms when you spring. Here's a little bit of it. And then you have to promise to watch the show on your DVR because you have to see how wonderfully average and everybody Dwayne Johnson here also known as the rock. To the Spanish right box office heavyweight. They say box office. King get I don't brag star of the television..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"We had fun this week preparing for Sarah Paulson to come back. Kevin how much did it cost? I don't do the numbers dead. You spend the numbers some fun ideas. Paid for him. Yeah. We had a wonderful producer name, Melissa scientists, Sarah and she came up. We've scared her first of all we scared her in every way we've ever scared anyone on the. Yes. Ellen in the bathroom at the scare table behind. Her built a special box could scare her during five second rule. So listen, I've been to the house with her when we sent her house. Yeah. So let's camp with some really crazy ideas to scare her. That seem insane. We actually dug out a tunnel underneath Ellen's your idea member that was Mary's idea. I'm hearing now. Dug a tunnel under Ellen's chair, basically. So that Sewri a sub flooring flooring. Well, if you notice the platform of of what we call home base, which is where Ellen chairs are you have to take a couple of steps up to get to them. So there's gotta be some room underneath a little bit of room. So they cleared out some some boards, and we made a tunnel. So Corey could crawl from backstage into that box after Ellen showed her that it was empty. So we open the table to show, Sarah. There's no one in the table to scare right? Then we'd close the table and somebody crawls you guys you guys know what we are suddenly we're kinda like magicians, it was a lot like a little like look there's nothing here. And then suddenly Elissa had an absolutely shame. What to do a ninja dropping from the sky to scare Sarah Paulson? It was so fast. And so startling. It was and the what you really you have in your mind. What you hope that will be. And this didn't disappoint great. So if you wanna see that go check, your DVR's, and and check out this show because because we're podcast, even if we play a clip of screaming, you can't see how it happened. But we're going to play a clip here's quip of screaming. God. Can I open it up? There's nothing in here. Nobody in there guys know what they like to do. Right. Go to yourself now. I'm scared. I know any just scream I did know I saw you look at tiny bit over my shoulder like something happened via nothing's happening. So you do impressions. And you're really good at accents impression. So we're gonna play heads up because you like heads up. Right. I do love ice game. And I like your impressions to I didn't know. I saw you on Jimmy Fallon me doing who. Are you doing Barrymore? Maybe yet. You're just good at impressions. Thanks. All right. So I'm gonna guess who you're doing. And no this. This part. It out. I'm saying play Andy. Okay. All right. This is fun. Okay. Okay. Oh. I don't I come do this very well. But I'm doing all kinds of poses in anonymous staged. Let's go accent NAMA stage. I am yet. Does I have no idea? Oh, I'm round. If you own. What am I doing here on how they really would like to offer some kind of of this Wade we accent? I'm doing a vanity Benji thing with the tool with lots of already. But I don't know who you are. I'm not supposed to be passed and it's an accent. Okay. It's It's not to get. supposed to get. I don't know if it's all right? Let me tell you something. The whole. I wanna say that looks like sit down. All right. Creative. We have to. I know we had to build tunnel and. That's why I was able to it was empty and then he came in during the commercial break..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"That's math NASA's dot com slash in or call eight five five nine one two m a t h I can't believe the proximity that you guys get to guerrillas when you everybody when you go you'll see like, you're not way, I want to go. It is something that everyone must do. First of all, a safari is something everyone must do. But for sure to be that close to these magnificent majestic creatures that that have so much power that don't wanna hurt you that are just sitting there just that's that's what seems very unattainable like five. Nansha? But the more popular they've become they've they've they have the very high end luxury safaris, but they do have economical ways for you to do it. You can stay in a motel, and they'll just bring you a stuffed animal. That's exactly right. That's what I'll be doing with my family. But yeah, it's cool. It's like it seems to be on pretty much. Everyone's bucket list is like, oh, yeah. I want to go on a safari and then to see. Yeah. And it should be because I mean, it you are entering their territory. It's their world and the way that they look at you is I mean, it's it's hard to describe. I remember just before we went we had dinner, and Leo DiCaprio was at this dinner on that was a name dropping someone here in L A. Sorry. Or the name. Leo was at the dinner. But you know, in of all the things that Leo has done in his life with his foundation because I mean, he's away. Leo has dedicated himself to the environment is it's it's unbelievable. It's really an amazing. But he said one of his favorite things was this guerilla truck owners Wanda. Yeah. Wow. All right. So you may have seen this on the show. But this is Porsche's. This is the ground breaking ceremony attended by Porsche Ellen was back here. Doing shows. Thanks to us in Rwanda first week of at where it's really amazing ticket. Listen so a couple of weeks ago. My wife Porsche went to Rwanda she was there for the ground breaking ceremony for my campus that we're building for the Dian Fossey gorilla fund to help protect the mountain gorillas, and it was an incredible experience. And I want to show you more of what happened because she it was it's amazing. This thing came about because I thought what on earth? Do you give the woman who has everything? So I thought the best gift that I could give her was a way to connect her past to her future at a little girl. Now seeing that brave woman scientists who left her comfortable life to set up a tent in the Rwandan forest to save a species on the brink of extinction was transformative for Ellen's it made her see the world differently, and it made her see her place within it differently. I gave this gift to Ellen because we both love and wanted to protect gorillas after coming here. However, we fell in love with the country and its people. This is. The guys on. So this campus isn't for me or for Ellen. It's to the people of Rwanda, it is my hope that the campus will serve as a catalyst to encourage US Dream bigger to know that we too can make an impact and that all of us can become trailblazers just like Ellen and. Brian. Incredible. You know, they're endangered like there's not a lot of them. No, there's well. There was eighty and then the Reese the recent count. I think we're up to a thousand. So it's real conservation success story, which is rare. There's a thousand gladdens. Wow. Just glavin. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Wait. Okay. You know, I just want. I just want to tell all of our listeners our listeners now that that Eboni or wearing the same sweater. Yes. They are. We'll we'll post a photo. We'll post you have a very similar. It's going to be honest. It looks better on you. I don't know. If you if you. Yeah, we should post a photo. But just so, you know, Eddie's ED's wearing a lady shirt. Just so everyone's clear, and I it's wearing, you know about your Marsh, della fanny pack, and I too have a Gucci fanny pack. Remember when you got your first big screen TV life changer. Suddenly normal.
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"We were getting into how cool Porsche is. And that people always ask what's Ellen light. But they always ask what portions like. And I always go first of all if you think she's beautiful when you see on TV, she's even more beautiful on person. She's the most stylish woman, I know like lorries of signed my wife is obsessed with kind. She's smart. She has a business, and she most importantly, she's cool. Cool and the most talented actress. Yes. L in my mcbeal. I know that was a while ago. Yes, you were. And then my gosh, arrested development. You're so good at everything you tackle. It's just. Yes. She is. And now businesswoman. Yeah. No. I thought I'd quit acting and try doing something else for a change. So, yeah, it's been it's been awesome. It's been any parts. You miss of the acting. You know, I was I'm I'm missed being around funny people like you guys at I also live with me. Before you came as you said, you're at work. I really did say that so hard to please. The groups the energy of being around super funny. People arrested development everyone in that cast is just so Larry. And you know, we kind of had a report like you guys have. And and you know, you make each other laugh every day. And that's about the only thing that I miss other than the fact that my wife is hilarious funny. She is energy. And we we thank you that you share her so much with us because we pinch ourselves every day at this ridiculous, job and luck that we've had six. Yeah. Is crazy. Honestly, I have to thank you guys for making her laugh every day. Oh, that's awesome. She loves coming to work, and she loves being with you all and I mean, it's amazing. It's I'm so glad I created the Ellen show. Just makes me to Hear hear that that. sound. So that just feels good just noticed that your mic is closer to your mouth and anyone else's says it's because it's usually a problem. I usually turns away from the my hair he tells me, I'm not loud enough sometimes. And as as host that's important for the host to be heard when we don't have Ellen Porsche on the podcast this level of attentiveness does not exist. Porsche just returned from a little trip to Canada. Yes. Yes. We sold out some arenas and did some Q in a. And then they loved when when she was on stage. I'm so glad she wasn't gonna come with me because she's got a job and she's trying to make this business grow bigger. And and she wasn't going to come. But I'm so glad you did. It was so much fun because so much will get excited came out the end like we well, she'll dragged me out of standing idly by while the world goes crazy. Diane Lockhart is and so is the cast that critically acclaimed legal drama, the good fight. Join the fight by streaming the new season premiering March fourteenth exclusively on CBS all access. Tune in to see if.
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"I just got Eddie was driving to lunch and just sent me a couple of billboards that he saw on the way they're starting to go up. So December eighteen is Ellen has. Standup comedy special. It's her return to stand up after fifteen sixteen years of doing this show. And I'm just going to tell you that I had the pleasures as did Mary. Ann. Ed Kevin didn't care enough to make the trip, but Mary Ed, and I were there for the taping. I know Ellen. I love Ellen. I've now worked with her for sixteen years. Absolutely. Without a doubt belly laughing. Having been to a couple of the stand up shows before while she was working out her material. I got there. I was like, okay. And the whole building was shaking with laughter. And it was it was a rickety building, we couldn't get. To laugh and then to see everybody around me laughing. It was just it was like it was like a religious experience. People people had a really good times fun. It's a whole different people ask what the differences between the show and stand up and there's a big difference. It's just me by myself on stage with an audience, and it's kind of just a more intimate. Not that the show isn't intimate. But doing stand up is is just a me by myself without a guest without anything just talking for an hour. And and in talking about other things that I don't normally talk about on the show. And also, it's it's an hour of me talking. It's not just coming up for monologue. And then going into interviews people gonna watch it over and over again, it's everything it's everything you expect it to be times. Ten right. It's fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. Really funny comedy. And then Ellen takes questions from the audience, which is always fun and always. Unpredictable and Ellen ever knows. What's going to happen? The audience never knows what's going to happen. And it's really really funny. Yeah. It's good. And the truth is I have to say the reason Kevin wasn't there as he actually was in Australia overseas. Andy game of games. I went to allow the test that is as good if not better than you describe it. So what you are the best at. Porsche had never seen me do it. And she was she just put piling too much on my plate. She just thought it was way too busy to to add that to my summer. And then once she saw me on stage for the very first time when I started trying stuff out. She's like, oh my God. You're this is what you're supposed to do. So it was great to see someone. I love so much that that she, you know, really loved watching it and went to every single show watched every single everything. So it was really fun. Did you see how much I loved it? No. I said people in love, okay. After this. I did it the last minute. Get you. And just give me podcast. Why? Decide to do that. Really don't know. I mean. I don't have an answer that Eddie said, you know, they keep asking you. If you want to do a Netflix special, and he'd mentioned it to me before. But I just never zones agent agent. And he just said, you know, you don't have to do it right away. But we should just make a deal. Just in case you come up. So I made a deal actually on the way home from getting the medal of freedom. We were on the plane on the way home from getting the medal of freedom. So what would that to us? And so I made it that long ago. And then I just was I almost gave the money back so many times because they gave me a deposit, and I was like oh my God. I'm never going to think of anything, and I almost I almost cancel it. So many times to return the fifteen thousand dollars. Sorry. And all of a sudden out of nowhere. I came up with this whole relatable idea. I was in Tahiti. Go to heat. It's just hit me this whole thing about being relatable. And and just, but but making just a ridiculous not really being relatable. And that the name came to me, the the whole I twenty minutes came to me. And then I had to write another forty minutes. Another forty minutes. Here's a tiny tiny clip of what you can see next Tuesday, a friend of mine was at my house, and I told him I'm gonna do stand up again..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Parton gives us a special performance of Joe lean and Ellen Degeneres herself gives us the scoop on her new Netflix Comey special relatable. Yeah. Who is that? Well, I'm I'm Mary Connolly, I'm Kevin even the second glavin. And I'm your host Andy last night. Do that every time. It's your time. We have very special guest. Ellen Degeneres is here. Ellen is here. What are you eating? I'm starving having some almonds and cashews. Okay. So we just we just finished taping show, and we're doing the podcast and Ellen stopped into our special guest today. Yeah. You told me too. Yeah. Oh, yeah. We thought it'd be a nice treat that have something to go to a little later, and you had some free time after the show I had some time. And so I'm here because I shuffled some things around the podcast and made made some room for you. Thank you. So some of the stuff we we'll have to put in later because Ellen's here. Do you talk about plan? Anything not really? But here's what we make this. This was a good week for Ellen Ellen heads some amazing guests here this week. And and some not so mazing. Well. That's not true. That's that's true. Well, one of our favorite people in the world. Jennifer Aniston was here. This was a genuine actual friend of Ellen's rather. They spend time together. Socially, socially. Yeah. Yes. I like her a lot, and she's my friend. What does she think of you? I don't know. No. She loves you. She seems like she likes. She seems like. Yeah. What about the birthday party idea? That's such a great idea. She seems open to that. She does. One hour on the show celebrating their life and their birth. She doesn't need to spend time in makeup and come work. I mean, it's work. I think she felt like it would take pressure off her that we would sort of fed her. We'll somebody's gonna do something. It's not like no one's doing something for but deal. It's nice that you're doing it and take it in. Well, we just walked by the picture of your sixtieth birthday party on show. We know how to throw a good. I hope she does she's gonna do it. We FaceTime a lot really. Do you like seeing someone while you're talking to him on the phone? I hate FaceTime. I don't she's a big fan of FaceTime. And she started it and then now every once in a while one spot. Yes, usually I'm usually in bed like because it's nine thirty. And she's you know. Hate it. Really? If you're gonna be on the phone. Also. You also have that out of proportion head. So it's close to probably. The whole thing doesn't get in. Rotating FaceTime, right? I think. Ellen and Jennifer Aniston, always fun homerun fun. Take a listen..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"I was so taken by how moved Ellen was. Chatting with Lisa German again. And how Ellen kept referring to Lisa as part of the family a little bit too, which which we have all believed and Ellen hasn't seen her in a number of years, and they just sort of fell back into this lovely little friendship that they've that. They've had all these years. One of the things that's amazing to watch producing the show is to watch the way Ellen is inspired by regular people who overcome adversity. Yeah. Versus really really moves Ellen. And that's really meaningful to us. Yeah. I think that's what's meaningful to our view. I mean, I don't know. See what drives through to do the show now. But yeah. Yeah. Fuel as loves to be funny. She loves to be entertaining. She also loves to be inspired and introduce all of us to people that inspire her and she really found Lisa's tackling her health issues inspiring. You know, as executive producers, we all know, everything that's going to happen in the show, we planet. We talk about it, except when it involves scaring one of us or something that's going to humiliate one of us, usually me. My question is do you guys ever have meetings and think because we're talking about inspiring people, maybe Ellen should give a Hindi. A shutter flight check. Not just asking I'm not saying it should happen. But does the idea at least come up? I'm going to be honest with you Andy never once had a conversation where we said Andy should give out that I showed her flagger. What about Andy should be able to sit in the audience for twelve days show? Also, no, no. We thought about surprising you with lap band surgery. This This is what? is what? The appointment on your own. So then we were able to. We were going to give you a seat in the audience for a twelve day show. And then we remembered you would not stay in the seat. You would leave to go backstage innovate and then stagger in front of a camera in the middle of. You should just give it to an audience coming up with lots of ways for you guys to come to the show. So keep your ears on our Twitter and Instagram and on the show for twelve surprises. Some lucky podcast listener is going to win all of the twelve days of giveaways. So you have a one in one hundred chance. What if it could be? Of course, you wins on this is huge news. One of our listeners will not win just one day. They will win every single thing. We gave out on all of the twelve days. And it's from listening to this podcast. And we'll tell you details in upcoming episodes. That's right. So please subscribe today on apple podcasts or have. You're listening to us right now. That's the only way to be eligible for these twelve days giveaways. You got to be in it to win it. That's what they say. Don't forget to watch Ellen weekdays or even more Ellen fund. Thanks, everybody. Thank you everyone. Grow. Could be free. But.
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Hi, it's Ellen Degeneres. Welcome to my podcast. We're gonna listen to some of the best moments from the show, and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love happy listening on today's episode of Ellen on the go Kris Jenner opens up about her son-in-law. Kanye west Jason sedate. Gus reveals his four year old son is a fashion icon, Ellen Pompeo shows us, she doesn't only like helping people on Grey's anatomy, but in real life too. And Ellen favourite and our favorite. Lisa Jarman makes a spectacular return to our show. I'm Ed glavin. I'm Kevin Leman. I'm Andy last ner. Oh, and I'm Mary Connolly, and I'm your host. Oh, went before you thought if I slow played you welcome to the podcast on the go jinx. Yep. Today. We'd like to talk about and we've had some great stuff on the show. Kris Jenner Christian. God tell you what. Yeah. The whole so Kris Jenner was on our show. Yeah. It was I believe to acts of television or maybe tutti knows to okay. And the first act I was we'll Ellen Chris our friends so dinner together, they spend time together. And they really like no each other, right? And I found the conversation about Kanye riveting, right? Fly. You know, Ellen has has had a relationship with Connie, and has, you know, had a friendship with Connie. And I remember ten years ago Kanye performed at our outdoor show in Burbank in the park, and he came into our came into Ellen's office while we were briefing with a Louis Vuitton backpack pulled out his backpack opened up his computer and said this isn't going to be out for a year. But let me play it for you. And he played a song by by himself and Chris Martin from Coldplay call I think called homecoming. And I was like oh my God. How can I hear the song? It didn't come out for another year. And he was just like young and blowing up and brilliant. Yeah. Fast forward ten years in a lot of water under the bridge and Konya is in a different place yet, an Ellen and Kris Jenner had a pretty amazing conversation about it. I thought. It is fantastic. Hawaii. I'm using. I am so good..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Our highest rated show from the top of the season until twelve days. Yes. And then what's amazing is over the course of the years that we've been doing the show you have fallen more deeply in love with the Halloween show every year. It's allies. No, no, no. I'm going to say I'm going to say you may not want to admit it, but you you like it more than you used to? Well, that's not saying much well by saying, I like it more than I used to. But now I mean, it's it's sometimes it's funny and sometimes it's it's, yeah, it's fun. It's fine. I can tell you having with very funny. Yeah, like the writers try to surprise you in the morning. That is my favorite part of the day somehow that has to be that's never been for sixteen years. Let me explain what happens in our morning meeting for the last sixteen years. Kevin orchestrates all the writers to dress up and they come into our meeting. None of us know what they're going to be dressed up. Usually in the fem- in. This show on the show Ellen and but it's never reported. No one gets for my birthday in for Halloween. All the writers come in and do something for me. And it's obviously because their comedy writers, they're hilarious and the costumes are very creative. Sometimes we can't air the things. Sometimes we do pretty much never. With your gift with Porsche, every bursary we're already struggling like, what are we gonna do this year? We have no idea because all of our best ideas, we've done one idea, but we'll see. Yeah, I don't know. Ahead do you do you plan that apple now? Usually three weeks out, but he always downplays it like if we ask him about it, he's like, I don't know. We have no idea what he's going to do until he walks into the room. I know they're good when they make me nervous and like Melissa, he goes home and he makes the costumes. Here's my question. When you're out, obviously in public, you get a lot of people approaching you because you're Ellen Degeneres. Are you getting a lot of feedback about the podcast. When you out there, what? What? What are you hearing? Yeah, the buzz is an enormous saying, what is it what right now? I know it was number five. Where are we right now in the podcast. Here number one, but we just crossed over five hundred thousand. Five hundred thousand people have the potential to to listen to the podcast every week, and now it's not that they do. And now that they know you're a regular part now that they know that you're gonna hear every week. I'll be here every week and dress up. Today. Yeah, yeah, thank you. Yeah, very low. Thank you. These are killing my feet most. Yeah, most people dress up like that for a show and then change into normal close after yet. I wear. I wear pants suit on the show. And then when I changed to to drive home, I'm in a either a gown or a short cocktail dress. So you like to drive in a he'll surprised pump is the best way to drive is a is in a pump. And that way, if I'm speeding. Yeah, just a pump and a two. Leading, I can. I can get out of it that way. That's why don't. Yep. I'm getting attacks. Go ahead. Yes, is blowing up. He's probably for Mandy. I just texted her. Stop talking so much. It's more about me here. Picking out presents is hard, and this is Kevin from Ellen on the go. It's important to support artists in developing countries. You can do good globally by shopping globe in a virtual international marketplace of handmade pieces, including blankets, jewelry, baskets, and pottery..
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"I can't even get it out of my mouth. I'm so upset. Community, say that sentence pleasant straws our problem, and I think that we should do everything we can to protect our environment and the animals, but I'm not sure that we figured out the best way to replace plastic straws. Because right now they're replacing them with paper straws. And they say that there's good plastic straws, but the only time they don't work really is if you put them in any kind of liquid. Or if you put your mouth on them that. Or if you try to put them through a hole in the lid, otherwise they work, they work perfectly. Have you tried using a paper straw, anybody, everybody, it's it's a race against time because you have to, you have to drink all the liquid you can before the paper closes up. And then you have to take the top off and drink it with your mouth like some kind of animal. I saw this one place is replacing classic straws with pasta tubes, and I think it's probably wouldn't drunk guy at the olive garden, but that's using your noodle. Thank you. Thank you. Sorry. I know. Couldn't let it go. I'm only so strong. When when upon is right there, I've got to go for it. Subscribed today on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening right now and don't forget to watch Ellen weekdays for even more fun. And if you if you are listening, reach out to us, let us know tell us you're listening. Let us know you're out there because it mealy world us. Yeah. Don't. Go thought that I could be button realize. His Co. Draper's. I don't. The.
"ellen " Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"If I wanted to get more Ellen, where would I get it? Good question. You can get more of Ellen on the Ellen Degeneres show weekdays. Andy people often confuse you with a handsome Irishman. Tell us about Jamie durins appearance on the show. Got that guy is sexy. Oh, yeah, profanity sexy. I'm going to say as a heterosexual man. I can look at another man and say, he sexy and that Jamie Dornan. I'm sorry, I got a text who say I can. I read a text from my motor that I found to be quite disturbing this week just while you're finding Jamie doorman who Dohrn who was the star fifty shades of grey appeared? This is a fantastic. My mother is eighty. This is what I get from her. Jamie Dornan Cy loved him. In fifty shades I respond. You saw it with seven question marks the movie. Yes, she writes on my phone, eight years old, watching fifty shades on her. Phone. If this isn't disturbing to son, I don't know. What is I wrote g she writes, is he nice? I wrote yes, but I'm still in shock that you saw the movie. So that's so. Funny slash very disturbing. Have you seen the movie? I have seen the movies, Laurie Laurie and I have seen it. You're fifty. How do you think you got here? Not by now. I get it. My mother has not red room. Andy, I have bad news. No, your mother. Anyway, this is why I'm still in shock. You have kids, you said to to. How old Dulcie oil. This is going to be five in November, and I'll is two and a half. Now when you go to like play dates and stuff, do you find that the moms show up a lot. The moment show below in those things anyway, you know, it's all because. You're there. I don't know, we're, we're plumbing. Dulcie fifth birthday, the moment on we're trying to get away from two years with with the police seemed. With this year, we're having think we're disco is the new thing. She liked of find your old. She. I don't know where she go, but somehow in our highs, one of those discu light like nothing's turned on its. Night, like a chain has all these different settings, different colors. She's very taken by. So she's so now she's going to like Gloria gainer all of a sudden because just because there's a like, I don't know if that's very strong premise. No, it's just really a light. It's really the music. Eventually bring a cake quite solid, but the when the thing I enjoyed the, I'll really seems like you'd be ready to move on from Winnie the Pooh, but it and you control the party anyway. So you can do whatever you want to. I'm every year Roy's there's always of other 'tigers there. Invariably, a lot of the other kids figures. I'm the biggest ticker. Congratulations on that. Good for you. Andy. Have you gotten your new toothbrush yet? Yes, and I- frigging love it. It's called the quip on my gods, electric toothbrushes..