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Fresh update on "ellie" discussed on 1865
"I read it was that this was the end of his friendship with parker and i think ellie stories sad one and ends tragically. He goes on to basically to his life in poverty but respective of what really happened in history in our story grant makes the decision to terminate him and ultimately in that moment. What we try to do with bingham's reinsurance is to sort of press. The idea that you know grant has to think about the greater good here and he does He ultimately accepts ilise resignation and presses forward with his fight against the kkk. So while all this is happening in washington we check back in with york county and the still adamantly trying to get rose to leave that it is not safe especially with brenton in jail. He wants her to leave. And go to washington dc or maybe even to liberia. Yeah this is eric. You should talk a little bit about this. But this is a real thing in direct response to what happened to jim williams into other members of the friedman community in south carolina. You start to see black folks looking to leave. The country and eric came upon this This fact about how there was an attempt by local reverends sort of send a delegation to washington to get approval from a congressman to then hopefully get several hundred friedman in your county out of the country where they would be safe. That's right elias. Hill reverend. Elias hill was beaten and the fear running through your county for a lot of the black citizenry. There they were ready to leave. Home did not feel safe. There was this big push to either go to haiti or liberia and so he did take a ship. In fact i found the ship manifest. When i found it was like really excited because i was like. I wonder if roses name is on here. We wonder if she left or not. She stared at she leave. And then i found rose on a later census with one of our children still in york county so she did not make the choice to leave but allies hill took over..
Ellie Kemper Apologizes for Role With Group That Had Racist Past
"The TV show actress has apologized for taking part in an event sponsored by a group that she now acknowledges had a racist past saying that ignorance is no excuse Ellie Kemper's apologizing for taking part in a debutante ball that was hosted by St Louis organization that dates back to eighteen hundred but did not allow any black members until nineteen seventy nine the star of unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and former cast member on the office was named the queen of love and beauty at the veiled prophet ball in St Louis she was nineteen at the time and says she was unaware of its history but now she says it is clear that it had an unquestionably racist sexist and elitist past the organization itself is acknowledging its past process as it exists now it rejects racism in any form I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Fresh update on "ellie" discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"But they they all come tried to expand. Yes wounds a time dependent on you know how interesting the contents is us. Both sure it also that the flow the conversation sometimes conversations have a natural forty five minute span in some like ellie ellie jackson's one. We kind of run out of things to essentially talk about. Cheetos quite fast. Richard holies is kinda lugubrious county yes. Moss is and why realized the great thing about podcasts. As just as much Voice in the ornamental peer. What's going on in the continuum. Sound the evanston. I want like translate state which acts as a carry a way for the formation this being impacted. That's such a brilliant way to put it in. Of course that would make sense. Because you know the way you think about sound i mean you do sound installations you do a lot of work with sound not necessarily quote unquote music. If you will so. I think the most important thing is literally tone of voice right in a podcast rather than content is important but not as important and my theory is also that every podcast is really a really about the person doing the podcast and the lens that they see the world through so who the guests are how they talked to the guess what they talk to the guests about because you can take the same guest. Put them on ten different podcasts. And you're going to get ten different shows pretty much exactly exactly and i've had nothing else comments from the people i've interviewed custody very rarely get the the early get a chance to be as open as as i allow them to be sync the matter of persuading people to reveal themselves all the time about giving them the space to reveal themselves absolutely absolutely key it. I mean. obviously you'd like to have an idea. Maybe what you wanna talk about. But what i find is like for instance with with you. I made a couple of notes. Because i didn't want to forget a couple of things but like one word things like geldof or larue or something like that but you know i have an interest and for me. It's about having the conversation and sometimes the stuff on the list that you don't get to because it becomes essential back that's exactly. Yeah and this thing is Well as a reflection of my kind of created practice microstart my creative career. I've always believed in allowing things. To develop organically rosen over planning anything Laziness i believe you get. The best result. Outweigh doing these people with people. Where i'm being interviewed on site radio show or tv shows and they say well. Here's the list of questions i'm like. Don't tell me any question right right. That's the worst..
Kate Middleton Has Risen Above Meghan Markle's Crying Claim
"Kate middleton has risen above meghan. Markle's claims said if you remember not so long ago. Meghan markle told oprah that kate middleton made huck fry before her wedding in two thousand eighteen to prince harry nine british journalist camilla terminally. That's very british. She said kate has nothing to prove. She's a reasonable in fact. Kate basically is the peacemaker between harry and his brother. William we saw that at their grandfather. Prince philip's funeral. Let me give you a quote. Despite the duke and duchess of sussex is oprah interview. Kate hands risen above it in that interview. Kate was accused of making meghan cry during a bridesmaid's fitting of the dress for failing to support our however. Kate has decided to rise a buffet. What do you think about this done. A you hold a grudge. Could you rise above a i. Do hold a grudge in this case though when you are the possible future queen gets a little easier to rise above. But this is. I think kate has always been the epitome of class. And i think she's not gonna mudslinging. She's not going to get down in the trenches anything that they say. I don't think she cares. Honestly don't think. I think she was probably heard about this national television. Sixty million people watched that pre interview on the interview. Meghan claim that in march there were reports. That meghan made kate cry but on the interview she said the reverse happened. Meghan didn't exactly diebold many of the details but she did say the kate apologized and she had forgiven her which is really bad sorta shade. It has definitely shady. They're
Fresh update on "ellie" discussed on H-sana
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Biden Administration to Reimpose Sanctions on Belarus Over Diverted Flight
"Says it will impose further sanctions against Belarus after last Sunday's force diversion to Minsk of a commercial airliner. The incident resulted in the detention of an opposition journalist and his girlfriend. Ellie McConnell reports. White House press secretary Jen Psaki called the events of last Sunday a direct affront to international norms, She said the events took place amid an escalating wave of repression by the regime of President Alexander Lukashenko. In response, the United States will reimpose sanctions against nine Belarusian state and enterprises blocking US citizens from any transactions with, um it will also work with the European To draw up a list of targeted sanctions against key members of the Lukashenka administration associated with human rights abuses and corruption, the falsification of the 2020 election on the events off last Sunday President
Fresh update on "ellie" discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
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U.S. Drawing up Targeted Sanctions on Belarus Officials After Plane Incident
"Against Belarus after it forced to commercial aircraft to divert to Minsk and act which resulted in the detention of an opposition journalist and his girlfriend. Ellie McConnell reports the White House press secretary. In response, the United States will reimpose sanctions against nine Belarusian state and enterprises blocking US citizens from any transactions with, um it will also work with the European Union and other allies to draw up a list of targeted sanctions against key members of the Lukashenka administration. President Biden has announced his first annual
Robert Durst Trial to Resume After Long Delay
"I'm Julie Walker and Ellie jury returns to court today after more than a year in the case of New York real estate heir Robert Durst charged with killing his best friend the length of the break in the trial is unprecedented according to Durst's lawyers who say it's the highest profile U. S. case postponed because of the pandemic it took nearly fifteen years for police to arrest him and another five to bring him to trial that after just two days of testimony jurors were sent home because of the corona virus the seventy eight year old pleaded not guilty to murdering his friend Susan Berman who was shot in the back of the head in her LA home prosecutors say he silenced Berman before she could tell police she helped him cover up the killing of his wife Kathy in New York in nineteen eighty two I'm Julie Walker
Kershaw Goes 1 Inning in Shortest Start, Cubs Top Dodgers
"David Bowie came through with the game winning RBI single in the ninth inning as the cubs defeated the Dodgers forty three for a double header sweep the lead see sawed throughout with Ellie tying it at one in the seventh time Max Muncy is home run and then they took a three one lead in the eighth inning with Justin Turner also going deep but healthier by is tied at three with a two run blast of his own before bodhi came through in the night in the opener to Clayton Kershaw lasted only one inning his short distance ever in the regular season the Dodgers have now lost eight of ten David Shuster Chicago
Pollock 8 RBIs, Beaty 7 RBIs, Each Slam as Dodgers Bop Brews
"AJ Pollock and Matt Beaty both had monster games is the Dodgers crush the brewer sixteen four Pollock hit two home runs including a grand slam driving in eight runs while BT also had a slam and drove in seven this was the first time in twenty one years that a pair of doctors it slams in the same game with Adrian Beltre in Shawn green doing it back in two thousand BDM Pollock combined for seven of Ellie's eighteen it's making a winner of Julio your reus Alec Bettinger suffered the loss allowing eleven runs over four innings I'm David Shuster
Justice Department Working With Tribes on Missing Persons
"The confederated sailors and kootenai tribes northwest montana have finalized their plan to improve coordination and agency response when indigenous people go missing and the flathead area yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports. It's part of a national department of justice project that will be used as a model for other tribes seeking to make their own community. Specific plans see us. Kt has been developing their tribal community response. Plant since december twenty twenty. The plan focuses of identifying and updating policies of law enforcement victim services media communication and a log of community resources to streamline what happens when someone goes missing ellie bundy a cs kt council member and the presiding officer of the montana missing indigenous persons task force announced the plan's completion in task force meeting wednesday. She says one major accomplishment is the plan brings all ten law enforcement agencies. Working with cs kt into alignment our law enforcement. Agencies established a common missing indigenous persons response policy. Which is huge. The plan also establishes joint file system were law enforcement agencies can view share information on cases as well as a media lead for all cs kt missing persons communication bundy urged task force members to remember the people behind the missing persons statistics and policies. She spoke about the life of germain charlotte a cs. Kt woman who's been missing. Since two thousand eighteen. She also told stories of other missing and murdered. Indigenous people including ashley lowering heavier. Renner a black woman. Who's been missing since june. Two thousand seventeen and selena not afraid a crow teenager who was found dead in january twenty twenty. And so the numbers. I want you to consider today sixteen. Eighteen twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three the ages of these young ladies when they went missing. If someone in your family who may be that age bundy says a particularly important part of developing the response plan was inviting family members of victims to discuss. How procedures could be made more efficient based on their experiences in montana for national native news. I'm caitlyn
Los Angeles County To Give $10K Grants To Personal Care Businesses, Other Small Shops
"Owners in L. A county are being thrown another lifeline, starting today, retail shops and personal care facilities that took big hits during the pandemic. Apply for $10,000 grants through the county with more on that. Here's KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb all across Los Angeles. Brick and mortar businesses are climbing out of a deep economic hole after a year of coronavirus closures and capacity limits. County, setting aside close to $5 million in direct relief for business owners through its keep our shops on the block grants. Qualify. Your storefront has to be open. You can't make more than a million dollars a year and you have to prove that the pandemic caused a financial hardship. Businesses that can apply for help include everything from beauty salons and barber shops, the dry cleaners and clothing stores. There's one more thing your shop can't be in the city that way. Are two application periods for the county grants this week and the last week of April. This latest round of financial assistance is coming from the Ellie Regional Covert Fund.
Star of ‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ accused of wire fraud
"We're talking about the real housewives of salt lake city again. I didn't watch this. Everyone loved this season. It premiered right warm as them was involved so that was very of interest to a lotta people they made. It made it a little interesting. It's like oh. These women are talking about the mormon church right. They're talking about the mormon church and they're talking about converting 'cause she was a mormon gen sean that she was like you know what like the mormon church has been very terrible. The black people in the past. Like i'm going to convert islam. And so like she has this interesting relationship to salt lake city right so long. You understand why all these women were cast this. This happens this week. She gets arrested for multiple crimes. So allegations are wire fraud conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering. Basically what she was doing was working in this. Multi leveled multi layered scheme. They call it the business opportunity scheme and the thing which involves collecting and creating and selling lead less lanner way. Yeah well it's when you start a company and you want to kind of hit the ground running with your company. You can buy a lead list. And i was googling this on a lot of people have problems with lead list because they can reliable. They're really rely a list of people's names and numbers essentially right contact information and the information about Names and numbers. Email address all their demographics. And then you have this sort of like set group of people who probably likely to respond to whatever your company is right. Suckers is what you're saying suckers suckers and so she's developing these lists and also selling these less so she's making money on the selling of these lists which the best of my knowledge are really expensive. Like if you're starting a company and you want to buy lead list depending on the quality of the list you could be paying a ton of money right and it could be risky. And apparently there could be legal complications with even buying lists. I was reading about this. It was like beware of buying lead lists and so she was not only allegedly selling these late lists and creating these lead lists. She was working with the people who bought them so that they be using those lead lists to target. These older people susceptible people with business schemes. That were non existent and the old people would pay them a ton of money. And then jenn shaw would allegedly get a cut of that. I think i'm doing a pretty good job explaining what this is. But that's the wire fraud which is as our friend amina says that's is crime because that's always what they get rich people on that's the easiest crime to get people on because it involves receipts it's like is there. Documentation of z happening. Yes it's wire fraud.
Andersson scores in return, Kings top Vegas 4-2
"The kings in the three game losing skid with a four two win over the golden knights in Las Vegas as they moved within four points of a playoff spot in the west division Ellie getting goals from Andreas out there to see you Jared Anderson Dolan Alex I Apollo and Leah Sanderson every games it's huge and we we treat every game that's a playoff game here now and you know we want to win every game we got the smarts to enable play the right way don't get too stressed about that but the standings and I think is that okay thank you to every day and try to focus on one game at a time William Karlsson she Theodore score for Vegas as they fall in the second place in the west one point behind the avalanche cal Petersen is the winner in that Marc Andre Fleury takes the loss hi Mike Reeves
Suspect in attack on Asian American woman in NYC is arrested
"I'm Julie Walker the suspect wanted in a brutal attack of an Asian American woman on a midtown New York City street Monday has been arrested police say Brandon Elliott faces charges of assault as a hate crime he's seen on surveillance video kicking and stomping the woman and older you don't belong here New Yorker Xing Kerr says seeing that video was upsetting shocking to see elevating being kicked like that and punch like that broad daylight on a busy street in front of the building and no one helped her the security guards in there it does close the door and don't even help a person a human being lying on the floor records show Ellie it's already on parole for stabbing his mother to death when he was nineteen Julie Walker New York
$260M Rent Relief Program Opens For Los Angeles Residents Tuesday
"6 30. Starting today, Ellie residents can apply for up to $10,000 in rent relief. It's thanks to a state bill that allocates more than $2.6 billion in red and utility bill relief to Californians. The money can be used to forgive back rent owed over the past 12 months reimburse landlord struggling from a lack of rental income or to help a current rent. Assembly member Miguel Santiago represents the 53rd district in parts of downtown in East L A and supported the bill. This is big news. Big news because renters will have the ability to have either wrecked forgiven. Or a portion of the rent paid so they don't get a victim. You don't have to be a documented citizen. You just have to live in l, a be financially affected by the pandemic and make less than half the area Median income, which is about $56,000 for a family of four. Fund is estimated to help about 64,000 families stay in their homes. The reason we're pushing this and the reason we're making sure that everybody understands the programs that are out there because that one big wait to prevent the homeless problem is to make sure people don't fall in the streets. Angelenos can apply beginning today through the end of April. You could do that online at H C I d hash L. A Not. Ellie. Citi
Bill is back to make Washington, DC 51st state — still faces high hurdle in Senate
"The license plates for D C. Residents read in big, bold letters and taxation without representation. It's a rallying cry against D. C is the lack of direct voting power in the U. S. Congress as NPR's Barbara Sprint reports. Statehood advocates are hopeful that what was once seen as a liberal pipe dream is now gaining traction. 30 years ago, delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton first introduced a bill for Washington D. C. Statehood. She's back at it, and this time, she says, it feels different. We've gotten off of the wish list, too. On approach of a new reality. Norton says she's encouraged by national polls that suggest growing support for statehood and the record number of co sponsors. The House legislation and its Senate counterpart, have Her bill, which strength the size of the federal district and admit the remaining area as the nation's 51st state. But Republicans stand universally opposed, arguing it would take a constitutional amendment to admit D. C as a state. Here's Georgia Congressman Jody Hice during today's House oversight hearing, the Democratic Party attempting a political power grab of obtaining more senators, that's entirely what this is all about. That phrase power grab is a constant and GOP messaging on statehood, referring to the fact that the district votes overwhelmingly for Democrats and would likely elect two Democratic senators. But Norton tells NPR that at its core statehood is not about politics while we're looking for is equality with other Americans, especially since we pay the highest federal taxes per capita in the United States, she notes that D C has a population of over 700,000 residents larger than Wyoming and Vermont. Last year when the House first past Norton's bill, Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, dismissed that point. Wyoming is a well rounded working class state. New state of Washington would not be. It was a barb that stung many residents in the district, including business owner Deana Dorsey Calloway. You can't see me, but I'm having an emotional reaction. The eyes are watering probably hear my voice quivering of it, because Just it's disgusting. It's you're a sure of an entire population of people here in Washington, advocates argue statehood is also a civil rights issue, as most of DC's residents are minorities. We do believe this is one of the most important racial justice fights of our time that stash a Rhodes, campaign manager of 51 for 51, a statehood campaign from our perspective, leaving 700,000 mostly black and brown residents without a vote in Congress is racism. D C. Residents pay federal taxes and serve in the military but have no voting Congress. This is an injustice and honestly a stain on American democracy. Norton's bill is all but guaranteed passage in the House. There's broad support from Democrats in the Senate and the White House. But there's a road block. The Senate has a big brick wall in front of its called the Filibusters that house bills are passing and slamming right into. That's Ellie's up Nick of Fix our Senate, a campaign focused on eliminating the legislative filibuster, which requires a 60 senator threshold to advance most bills. Not all Senate Democrats are on board with eliminating the maneuver, arguing it's meant to protect the minority party. But unless that brick wall is eliminated or changed, D C statehood goes back to being on the Democratic wish list.
LACMA Sets a Reopening Date After Los Angeles County Moves Into Red Tier
"They'll be reopening their galleries April 1st. That's more than a year natural. Blackman originally closed their doors to the pandemic. It comes after L. A county moved into that less restrictive red tear today, which allows patrons indoors at 25% capacity well before going inside, Blackness says, Among other things, you'll have to fill out an online health screening form. Six new exhibitions will be on view that includes a retrospective of the Japanese artist Yoshitomo NorAm and a solo exhibition of work. By Ellie artist Colleen Smith members Candace Start making reservations this Friday. The general public can start buying tickets next week at lack MMA dot or G'kar. It's 6 32.
Calle Jarnkrok powers Predators past Lightning 4-1
"Pickering a stopped thirty eight of thirty nine shots to lead the Nashville predators to a four one road win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Monday afternoon the predators scored every way possible even strength on the power play short handed an empty net Kelly aren't quite figured into all of Nashville's goals finishing the game with four points including the short handed tally Nashville's red hot rookie Ellie told an opened the scoring early in the second roofing a rocket past the lightning's Curtis Michael Haney Renee credited the young guys for the much needed win and felt it came at the right time all the young guys there are people out there W. what won the game but it was stopped it was almost necessary process behind what most read will be sponsoring and it was it was a big win Viktor Arvidsson scored on the power play and Mateusz echoing got the empty netter Steven Stamkos spoiled the shutout for Pickering a scoring midway through the third Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Feds Arrest Two Men For Assaulting Washington DC Capitol Hill Police Officer Who Died
"7 44 more than two months now, police have been searching for the people who attacked a Capitol Police office. Sir. During the January 6th insurrection on the hill knew this evening. Two people are under arrest for the assault, although they are not charged with murder Officer Brian Sick. Nick did die the day after the riot. These two suspects made their first appearance in federal court this afternoon. Police say they sprayed US Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick with bear spray during the January 6th capital riot he died the next day it has not been determined whether their actions caused his death. 32 year old Julian Ellie Cotter of Pennsylvania and 39 Year old George Pierre Thanos of Morgantown, West Virginia, where identified the FBI wanted images by tipsters and were arrested on Sunday. They're charged with a total of nine counts, which includes assaulting another officer with a deadly weapon. They could get up to 20 years in
E3 2021's Live Event Has Been Cancelled According to LA City Documents
"Eight three twenty. Twenty one's live event has been cancelled according to the la city documents. This is an interesting one. I'm pulling from adam. Bankers agian according to los angeles city documents e. Three twenty twenty. One fiscal event has officially been cancelled as spotted by a new report published by the board of los angeles convention and tourism development commission. States that the three twenty twenty one live event is cancelled and that the city is working with the production team on broadcast options at l. e. live slash. La convention center furthermore is working with the espn licenses for both twenty twenty. Two and twenty twenty three. This follows as confirmation that e three twenty twenty one would still be happening and that the would be transforming the e three experience for twenty twenty. One we can't confirm we are transforming the e three experience for twenty twenty one and we'll soon share exact details and how we're bringing the global video game community together. Tim this one comes off of about a month ago. Got a report from vga and they talked about how they had. They had reports of either working low form of e three take place across multiple days where they were gonna go digital And this is something that hasn't necessarily publicly talked about yet. They haven't publicly announced this. But now we're getting confirmation from the essay that it seems like e three at the very least will not be held physically at the convention center. Tim what is your take on this. I think this is one of those things. That's very surprising especially given where the world's at right now that we're not going to have a physical e three but i don't think the headline here's a little bit misleading. Where he threw twenty two hundred live. Event has been canceled canceled because it was ever announced. So it's just one of those things where it's like this is coming from the la city documents or whatever. I imagine that the plan going into this year was never for three to have. Its live component at l. Acc and. i'm sure this is all just like back in legal staff of they've had that spot every year for so long or at least most years so i'm sure that was part of their like first writers refusal type thing Do you guys want to take this or not. But that's it was always going to be. No because i imagine based on what we heard couple months ago. Esa's planning digital event. I very much think that is the case. That's what we will see here and talking about the quote here of their working with the production team broadcast options. Ellie live in l. c. c. Like that's that totally makes sense to me like even if it's a digital event they still need production facilities and they've always had production facilities at those different places that are within a block and a half radius each other so i'm not surprised by this at all. I honestly don't think it's a bad thing either like the world's not ready to go back to live conventions so why even worry about
"ellie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"What's up everybody. Welcome back a couple of things. John andrew podcast all about couples and the things they go through. Today was a fantastic episode. We gotta sit down with. Drew and ellie holcomb. I've been listening to these two absolutely crush songs. They're amazing songwriters are amazing seeing singers. And we're gonna link information down below so you can take them out to but truly they both have voices. I mentioned this in the episode but he has a voice with such timber. I think is what he calls it. The right word. i don't know. But i do remember. You wanted to sing for him. I yeah yeah. It was good episode. Yes i was really impressed with drew. Ellie and the wisdom they shared. We talk about a lot of different topics including How drew ultimately worked his way out of the friend zone as dating how to deal with grief. That's right yes. They talk about some kind of major moments in their life and how they were able to make it through it and then drew also dropped a yeah. It might be my favorite line ever since we've been doing these interviews and he said something along. The lines of the human heart was not made for fame. And you'll have to listen to episode to see how we got to that point and why he would say that but so appreciative june drew. Join us today. Hope you enjoyed this episode before we jump into it. If you haven't yet please subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. And give it a rating as well Again we're going to link some information in the show not so check that out and let's go ahead and roll into this withdrew. Ellie holcomb drew in. La thank you so much for joining us. Today it's a pleasure to meet you. The first time meeting although i do think we have like some mutual friends. So yeah yeah yeah i do. Well andy brooklyn that's right. They said that there are you. Guys are the couple their star struck by saying. I'm just honored to be the host. See right now. I watched elliot's interview of you drew and phenomenal job match so lower your expectations. For.
"ellie" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Okay. What was your first boss-like or spouse? Was I think her name was Jack I think short for Jacqueline because I remember J. C., that's what's coming to me. She was my boss at the crumbs bake shop in New York and I had summer jobs in Saint Louis before that. But this is the first boss I really remember and she was great she was firm but fair and I had an early morning shift and crumbs cupcakes and other pastries and I remember that. For an actress WHO's supposed to be able to memorize lines I had a lot of trouble remembering the ingredients in these cupcakes that there were so many different ingredients league in such different iterations that it was like I couldn't them straight read. Elliott people ask you on a regular basis like hi I want the chocolate cream, but can you tell me what's in it? That's what it was in. Then you had to say, Hey, leg. Flatter. Younger butter and. Cocoa powder and. My God. Excuse me. It was on the upper east side. Manhattan you know those ladies wanted, information. fucking it. They didn't want it. They wanted to make trouble. Totally like you are in a cupcake store like enjoy yourself. They were so mad to be there I. don't know they're mad because they'd given into their craving and we're getting cupcake or whatever it was, but they were unpleasant. I wish you had lied I. Wish you just told those lady just like you know what this is like. First of all, it's gluten free sugar free. It's remarkable how I've lost weight with these cupcakes were care and you know what I feel like I would have been doing them a favor that's all they wanted to hear her if they felt they were making the smart healthy choice then I give them this. Delicious. Cake and they're none the wiser. So you're welcome to the upper east side ladies. Yeah. But Anyway Jack would drill me on these every morning and it wasn't like demeaning. It was just she wanted me to get them right and I had a real block a cupcake block a Baker's blocks. They call it. But anyway, she was great and then one day. This was like when I first moved to New York. So I was taking Improv classes I was doing stuff at upright. Citizens Brigade I was doing that stuff and I remember that there was a class I really wanted to take but it was at like two in the afternoon or something it conflicted with my work. Schedule and I quit the job to take this class and I gave notice and Jack was can't just quit today and not come in and I said I guess I can do it two more weeks but I'll miss my class and she was very understanding. That's nice. It was really nice what she say she said I know that's why you came to New.
"ellie" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Are you asking me because I kinda them I wasn't on my list, but it's An interesting question but it seems like a very interesting question and I really feel like I have not been betrayed. Let me think here have betrayed by female friend. I. Know. But that's the thing. There's so much life left to live who knows what I'll find out I. Know I know I have been very lucky I. Don't think I've suffered a lot of betrayal I'm trying to think of when I have let people down which is many. China. The only answer to that question is like Oh yeah. When my high school friends Stephanie fucked my boyfriend the right there's only one answer there's only one of it didn't happen which I haven't had that happen then there you go. Team from the Midwest can ask you something that is such a fucking west coast question bring it on. Are you scared of? Water. Like actual open water you. I am oh no would you go to a beach will truly the visual of being around even just knowing that it's there. The ocean makes me feel like, Oh, I can escape like somehow even though I don't know how to vote. No, and the water truly terrifies me do you not know how to swim I? Swim you could stay afloat coop kind of yeah. You can't count on the Ellie where to save. Do you have any of those things but I bet, you're comfortable with lakes I am fine with the lake. So in Saint Louis is actually the intersection of the Missouri River and the Mississippi River. But I don't know. So I I'm embarrassed. Why would you know that I only know that because I grew up here my husband who grew up in San Diego he wasn't too sure of mystery geography and embarrassing himself in front of my family but this is years ago. But the thing is that I'm embarrassingly bad geography and it's not something to even like mentioned because it's sort of unacceptable. But in any case I do know about the Missouri River, the Mississippi River because here's where I grew up I love a muddy river I've total ease around the muddy river which the Mississippi's very muddy. But in terms of the ocean, I don't of an ocean and I don't know if it's because of the Midwest but I remember once being with my grandma who then lived in New Jersey, we were at a jersey. Shore, I don't know which one but I just remembered. She introduced the concept of the undertow to me and she said be careful it can bring you out. It can bring you across and without you even realizing it and she said the ocean is much stronger than you and I remember thinking that's impossible. I may like I'm a person. How could it be started between sharks between undertows between wild waves I don't love ocean I feel you on that I. Love That you love murky water your. Backfield's fine I'm there I'm fine and there's something about it, and of course, it's because it's so makes up with childhood and field trips to yes. The arch and sued the riverboats and all that. But there is something like when you fly into Saint Louis wherever you're coming from I mean. Abad to write a novel about this I'm it's just occurring to be now but there is such a comfort there.
"ellie" Discussed on The Official The Last of Us Podcast
"I love it. It's another one of my favorite moments in the game because it's just so Simple, impure and beautiful his two. This fresh love for each other and just. I love it I love. That seems so much and I. Feel like we finally landed on the right version of it I personally I think a lot of the versions that we had regrets, but that one in particular felt the most real and honest for the game. Like! The representation in this game of a queer relationship is so real and so beautiful and the kindness, and how much they love each other, and it's beautiful, and it's sexy and I am so excited that I got to take part in that to represent a queer relationship in that way that they have a family life they're. They're raising this adorable child together it's. It is a wonderful and beautiful relationship across the board. Hey. Where you been hunting. Took a little longer than I thought. WHO's. Just come in. How? Has. Got There. He told me. There you are. Come here but I. Got I got. Hey. Good to see you you. Getting heavy now just a big ball of muscle. I'm curious. Will you think Ellie and Tommy's relationship? is or will be. And maybe even what it was in the game in that moment, one of my favorite moments in the game is. When when he taps, his finger is kind of like the town's. Good! She's fine. We! Would take some time apart and there's just like a subtle like. On the table and they're so much, said with so little like. He knows what he's doing right. I'm putting on projecting I want to get your quick poisoning. The well I WANNA get your take on on their relationship. When Tommy finally comes to Ellie after I mean it's been passed a year yeah. Thomas healed spent some time. STRAUB and putting out feelers for months now. And this new got heard my story. He told me about a woman. That he traded with. Moving through California. Grabbed her is built like an ox. Traveling with a kid scars across his face. As gotta be her. I feel like that scene just shows how much Tommy is hurting. I mean I think there's. Yes. Of course, it's terrible. That is coming to her and putting this on her to do and also putting the onus on her of saying well I can't do it. I can't go out there and do this thing, and you're the only one left who can go get this revanche? And that's seen as heartbreaking to me because it shows how broken he is where he thinks that. What's going to solve this pain in this hurt that they're all experiencing. is by killing the person who did it easy. Forget about her. You sit comfy way out. I'll make her pay county. As what you said when we got back to Jackson Tommy. Yeah! It's Shitty, but I get it. It's that is a person who was going through so much pain and Doesn't know what to do with it. I mean it feels to me especially in that scene where you see, we're Tommy comes to Ellie for the first time in you. See Him after all that. He's in a bad place. He's in a really bad place. And so as Ellie I mean you see her at the house? Finally after going on the journey, with Abby, and then you come back to the House and see this beautiful home life that she has with Dina, and then she has a panic attack in the barn and you realize Oh, she's really not okay. She's not doing well. It's. I mean this game absolutely just shows you. How hate can can absolutely reek havoc on? A family and an entire community.
"ellie" Discussed on The Official The Last of Us Podcast
"I'm curious for you coming in and writing these two characters what you wanted to convey, and we can talk about all of the relationships, not just Dina and Elliot's like a queer couple, but also Mel Owen and Owen and abby, but what it's like writing these characters and writing love that feels authentic, but again in a time of. You know they're not going to college and Grad School and then getting married kind of what what going steady may be does or does not look like and and kind of how you write an honest relationship in a world that hopefully we never know we'll love is hopefully one of those things that can feel more universal right that that most people can relate to or see some part of themselves, and in another character that is in love like the the chemical release the fixation, the nervousness, the insecurity. We've all been there, and that was a real opportunity to to get people on board with Ellie with DNA ultimately also with Abio and Mel. But so when writing Elian Dina what we were really focused on is like if Ellie Indiana are best friends. And Elliot's sensibly out to everybody but but Joel. Though that's only a reveal at the end in the opening. She is actually out to Joel. But if she is if that's not her issue, it's just about like I. Don't. WanNa ruin my friendship. I remember like Neil and I went through pages and pages and pages of in Game Dialogue. And then we actually filmed and then re shot. The hookup seen in the girl house. And that had like way way way way way more, I think. I wrote a page long monologue like a full. I mean. Stuck in Moby Dick size monologue. Where we're Elliot's just freaking out about ruining her friendship with DNA, and why she's been bottling up these feelings for so long and how DNA as a friend means so much to her and she didn't want to ruin that and I think gosh, that's just you know who doesn't have a friend who's been in that situation. Who can't see that so like? OKAY IF YOU'RE A. Straight dude somewhere else like yeah, but you know what that feels like for Ellie okay. Yeah, she's a woman. She's a lesbian, but. Gosh I mean you're rooting for her. She so nervous and you've also got this tough motherfucking character, right? She can kill anything she's. You know she can do anything she wants. And she fuck in. Dina makes her nervous Dina makes her scared. Dina is the reason that she's like losing her words, and her hands are sweating, and like she go up against any sham bealer compared to this fucking flirtatious girl, and then also gave us a chance to like make her feel really multifaceted to make her feel not impervious and to give stakes. It's like this is the thing she's fighting for. She's fighting through herself to get to Dina in the same way. She will fight through herself to let abby go. Can I ask you a question? I don't know, can you? Scale one to ten. One being. LIKE ABSOLUTE TRASH! And Ten being. Life altering. How would you? Rate are kiss from last night. Why are we still talking about this? I asked you to read our gifts. I give it a six. A six. Wow, like a solid six. Okay, a lot of people around. Yeah, but six Oh what? Now I really WANNA. Know How you'd rate it. I think you do..
"ellie" Discussed on The Official The Last of Us Podcast
"Via with with with the last of us with the first and the second game is, we want to explore these pockets of humanity, and how they're surviving right there. The hunters there are the quarantine zone that are very oppressive. There's bill living out on zone. There's a WF. That's this very militaristic force that things are to change the world one bit of the time and yet they can't finish taking over the city. There's Sarah fights that think they're following. The prophets order God's order to like restore some balance of the world, and there's a place like Jackson which is. Doing their best to create some semblance of the humanity, we had the society we had before the outbreak to the bright. They have rules they trade. Maybe it's a bit more of like a socialistic system. The capitalist one does they don't really have a currency, but the all they'd take each other. They watch movies. They have festivals. They dance. By the way before I. Forget I'm going to go on a tangent like one of the things we cut pretty late. Those pretty cool. Is that whole dance sequence? Lose to be a playable park right before it, so you'd like Elliott like been kind of drinking on her own and like some alleyway you can hear the festival happy in this. Then it was playable. You Walk in the snow and you walk outside. The church and there's this whole fair, and they have little games and kids running around, and you could like play darts, and do all these mini games like kids pretending to be a clicker and tie like a blindfold on themselves, and they chase each other you play with them. You could go to the back of the Church and find these like two teenagers making out. It was, and it was all pretty done like a lot of. It wasn't super polished eighty percent. And we just felt for pacing purposes. It'd just slowed things down too much point of the story. It was heartbreaking to cut all that out, but that's one of those like tough decisions. You have to make sometimes. anyways I went on tangent, but it kind of talks about the place. Objection is like you could have a fair where people play like you could have kids playing snowball in the morning and you can go and. Play with them, but. It's walled off and everybody knows beyond those walls is intense danger, so there are people that have to go on patrols and protect this way of life and Joel Nellie become because of their skills and the journey they've been on the and the skills of crude how? Brave is the right word. Some maybe with Elliott's more reckless. But they are very valuable members of the society of this town. So for the story. It was important to take some time to establish. Okay, here's what's at stake. Here's what they stand to lose is what Ellie stands to lose most importantly by going on this journey. That's why we wanted to kind of slow things down the beginning and really set up. What were Jackson? Is What relationships and then later in the story also show that there are people here that get into fights that get drunk that whatever bigoted ways they had before. The outbreak is still carrying post outbreak. It doesn't mean they're necessarily bad people, but it's like they're not perfect. People flocked people just like everybody else in the world. One of the moments that also again broke me. was though showing of the dance. Oh, yeah, we love the dunes. Okay I have a very serious question for you. How bad do I smell?.
"ellie" Discussed on The Official The Last of Us Podcast
"Just as bad as being a murderer. Now now he understands now he is working. He's trying to do everything he can. To make penance for the wrong that he did Ellie and that man is making his bed up. He's the dishes. He's taking out the garbage. He's doing everything he can save this person's life. If it makes me right with her, I'd rather make a wrong decision, but show that I've grown at. That's why he's like. It's you you're the one that takes me down. It's it was this moment of recognition of like. That's another shoe drops when he'd starts looking around and realizes I let my guard down and I. Don't Know My exit and I'm surrounded Joe. Like you heard was her soon. Because, they have. It's that moment from the lions is trapped. If you'll. Get up. Your fucking it up. Please, stop! Man That scene I think. I was. Boy I'm getting emotional. I think I was dreading shooting that scene. And it's. It's the scene in the game that is the most devastating of course because we are losing a character that we all deeply care about. But when we started shooting that scene, it was it was awful like I. Didn't I didn't want it to be happening and I know that that was the story, but I just I. It was a tough week on the job. And it's hard to describe because I feel like that particular week of filming. I was in some ways on autopilot because I was just kind of trying to protect my emotions in a weird way, but at the same time as an actor. You have to let all that out. And I didn't know what my reactions were going to be I. Mean obviously the scene called for yelling and being upset and crying, but I didn't. Realize, how much anger was going to be coming out and. You know obviously had to be restrained house like you guys better be restraining me because I'm gonNA fucking get up and I'm going to try to do something if he don't hold me down and I think that was incredibly helpful because you can hear the strain. Boy! That was a tough day. Beth. Reminded of what Neil told me it was. The scene was Sarah's just look at her. And that's. I was compelled. To look at Ashley So similarly. In the way that Hana. Really shepherded me and pulled me through that seamless Sarah. I would say that if that moment is impactful in means something to anybody. It's it's entirely because Ashley.
"ellie" Discussed on The Official The Last of Us Podcast
"When we first meet Ellie in Jackson. She's nineteen. She's going out on patrols. She is a little bit more confident in who she is. She's learned how capable she is. She's learned so much from drill and she's absolutely okay fighter. Hunter And she knows her strengths and her weaknesses, and knows how to strategize and use those to her advantage, and she's a big contributor to the community and Jackson. Hey. What's up Joel. Stricken in. Folks were. Talking about how impressed they are with. You. How will your? Helping out. I WanNa show you something. Just give me one second. Let's us. Some folks coolest thing here, Dr? Funny! You WanNA use them. Okay Great. Promise me. That, she will. Laugh Too..
"ellie" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"All I got. I mean I guess that applies to us the best buy. Where does Ellie get her inspiration from when she tweets life mostly? It's my life. It's my friends lives. It's something I saw on. Tv that are mate. Reminded me of something a lot of the time it'll be in a situation and then I think about the situation like well what what's funny about this. And what other people like. Is this a relatable situation? Do other people go through this then? I'll think all right well. This is my situation. How can I put it into terms? That will make it as general as possible and then. What's the joke about the general thing so the first part of the tweet is always setup? Second Part is always joke. I think interesting that like you take it from not just your life like your friends. Lives lives as well because not everything you tweet I would say is like it's not like it's false or you're lying but it's not like one hundred percent having to do with the you. Yeah and it's not always what I'm thinking in the moment you there because a lot of times. I don't just be respectful of my relationships of my friendships. All rated draft of something and then a couple of days later. I'll tweet it because I don't want it to be like I'm broad cavern. All my feelings right now because sometimes kind of a Dick move That's our air lock goes lock goes into more than people more than what people think. I would say. Well there's a reason the best. Hey that is a fact Next this kind of goes along with it. How do you maintain your personal lives privacy while also being public on social have a personal? I.
"ellie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"That's friends without the our best scenes. I was GONNA ask you. What do you like better youtube or podcast? But he kind of just hard answer. I don't know if I answered. They're they're in their different elements. I mean they're such a we. Don't do video podcast released. We don't anymore but there's something that's so special about creating a story on video. I mean when I sit down and edit a video it's like I'm creating something and like I have videos that I just. I am so proud of the music and we just cry over become so much heart and soul making sure the music hit the at the right exactly so like aspects is like oh youtube video time but the fact that we can sit down and do a podcast for an hour and really talk things out. There's something so special about that where it doesn't fit quite anew tube. The same way in terms of the pioneer aspect. I don't think we're pioneers. In any sense of the word I think we're generation to or even like generation one point five because like I watched youtube in two thousand six two thousand seven two thousand eight. When you'd get like your Philip Franco. Who's still active on Youth Russian seats? And Shay Carl like all of those guys like. That's who I started watching on Youtube and you know the story of us. Starting Youtube is like Ellie. You're you discovered all these beauty people. I bought her a camera and said you're so much better than all of these girls. You can do such so. Here's a camera. Let's do youtube and you do that in the closet for an hour Chinese me I still out. I just kidding infertility. That really started us on that. That Pat I hope I answered question in the right tone more of like A. I'm really curious because I wanNA make sure that you did a great job so we always ask. I have to ask every couple because I think it's our favorite questions. Lighthearted one of you has to choose who wants to go first. Okay before you know the question I will. I'll okay okay. What is your biggest pet peeve with? Oh I love it. I hope podcast about babies argument this morning about it. My biggest is probably the lack of picking up after yourself. Like thoughts on the side of the net. Yeah I I don't understand it. Did you say he jokes? Everything on the side of the bed. Not Everything just like. My socks like underwear and his hoodie and sweatpants. That's him literally at the foot of his bed. He starts stripping the second he goes into our master door frame. And then there's just a trail of close to his side of the bed and they just stay there we don't try to pick them up and put them in the dirty clothes and he's like no no. I'm gonNA wear those again. I do as thin wire. They wind up in a ball and they're nasty underway formed for three days. And he's like no no they're good. I'm just like no Corentin. You've got to adapt the vast for years. Oh sorry Andrew. I don't know what to say. I was trying to save you. Person Sucre vice versa. And that's the thing is like I totally agree with Ellie and that's something like I am working on and I'm trying to and I've been working on it for years. Which one do I choose a gentleman here? L. E. will smack. Ellie will eat chips with her mouth open and dry craned microphone and do some Asmar. Maybe she'll do bother me. Like jared is so annoyed with the reason why I get so good. I'm so hungry. You know the reason. I get so annoyed because if I make a sound jared stomach that's so annoying. I like BURP. I had a tiny little BURP and I held it in. You know how you like number three your chest. She got so upset at me and I was like okay. I'm not I'm Lau holding anything that I can fart. But he can. It's like pop. It's like don't annoy me with your stinky breath but here are small my morning breath. I'm just really rude that way. But here's the thing I love being able to wake up next to you and like I don't care if we have morning breath I wanna kiss your face first thing I do when I wake up the I'm trying to be sweet and she's eighty breath is hard sometimes and maybe just because I have so much worse breath okay. There's a part of this question though. Okay so reverse you have to. I now one thing you love them. Yes what's the one that you love the most about La? Oh that's easy. Ellie is like the most hardworking person I know she will have a task on her mind and she will not do anything else until about his DUB. She is so organized and efficient. Everything is laid out in perfect and she just goes to work. She's very Taipei with that kind of stuff. So if she wants something done it gets them and I love that about her. Okay L. I am so excited to hear what Ellie houses. I'm going to do what I love. Most about jared is. He doesn't hold a grudge. He just like people trying to get Brownie points for you. Smacking on your food is what strategies nicest guy ever like. He will remember your name if you meet him once three years ago and you see him again he'll be like oh my gosh elissa right. And then she'll be so shocked that you remember her name like jared is just very very kind and he always wants to leave someone's presence like with a good experience. It's like you know you leave an environment cleaner than that. He does that with people like you just really wants people to feel good around him and he always makes that happen he just does like if it's a family situation if it's me and him situation just makes life better Jared I've I've listened to a couple of your podcasts. And you've mentioned the you mentioned a couple boy scout references. Are you an Eagle Scout? I am an Eagle Scout. Let's go prepared us all right. I love the eagles. Yeah yeah true. Morte proud of it. I don't remember that's amazing. One Ninety one. Maybe it was my trip number. I gotTA remember this. I don't know what that is. Obviously I never had the badges sewn on the sash or anything like I was. I was in scouts when I was younger. But I never like had the full garb or anything like that. My Eagle Court of honour was like super small and like not many people came. It was more like a family thing but yeah I mean I'm an eagle scout and I've used it on applications and it's gotten me jobs. Yes I'm an Eagle Scout That's exactly I mean that's pretty much all it's good for I can shoot about. How could he go? I was going to say that. So one thing that totally surprised. Elliot's family when we first got married. Was there like super into clay pigeon. Shooting like they'll go to the range shoe and they're like you know. Twelve gauge shotguns are all about and like I've been around guns because of scouts and stuff but I never had one myself. I didn't shoot a time but I would. We would go out to the range and it was like what the first year we were married. We have every day before thanksgiving. We have the Turkey shoot but it's just clay pigeons and stuff and we went out for the range and I smoked everyone. I think I got like twenty three at a twenty-five everyone else got like fifteen sixteen. Seventeen year I smoked up and I want to say it's because scouts. I think it's actually because like video games. That every year sense like jared usually win win which is really funny because my family all grew up with them. Jared didn't and sell their bitter towards it. I was listening to your sex. Ed podcast I forget what the exact we didn't even know what to call. It was like kids sexy preparing kids. First sexual safety or something. I think so well as a good title. I was impressed with how eager were to like. Just be very transparent and call the sexual parts there in anatomical names. I am curious like for younger kids. I'm sure you have control over. What content they control. But it's like it. Is this weird thing. Where sometimes I put out a video of like me Sean. And I'm like. Is this going to be weird for my kid to watch sometime? Not I mean this is. This is a very safe podcast that you guys did. I don't know if there's ever been that instance like maybe it'll be weird now. I I don't think it'll be really that weird. Because they are living with those terms all of the time I mean they might think it's awkward hearing directly from their parents but I think because we have conversations with them when it's age appropriate for them and that varies depending on kid. I think they'll be more open to having those conversations with US rather than feel awkward about hearing those conversations that we've had previously. Do you agree. Yeah were you or were you talking about like is there anything else that you've filmed that you're talking about specifically that podcast? No we don't talk.
"ellie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"The podcast was because we wanted an outlet. We were going down the blogging path. And we weren't sure if we wanted to or not obviously like people love watching kids and and like it's fun. It's fun to do that. And the reason we started was kind of like you Because we wanted to document all special moments and then we had some things that we wanted to share with the broader community. That weren't right in our local space. And so we podcast. Because you're like well this is just sean and I and drew doesn't have part of it and so I don't know it's just like word nervous and we we just WanNa make sure that we're going about it diligently and asking people like you who have done it so well what your opinion stance and how. You've done it so well I also think too there's the aspect of if you ask a hundred different people their opinions of social media and the purpose of social media. They're going to give you a different answer. One hundred different answers absolutely so when it comes to how you share your life on social media how you go about social media there's a million different opinions and probably at least half of them are going to say it's the wrong idea. It's just however you use it and yeah you'll get people who are huge viewers fans what you know. Whatever you call them that will tell you. I hate the way you do social media. But they're there every day you know that you know that's one thing that's hard and I think one of the biggest reasons is the why. Why did we start doing youtube? Is We had? It's something that we wanted to document and we wanted to share because we weren't getting that in our personal lives and that was all the way through until we kinda took a break is infertility pregnancy. Kids parenting marriage like all of those things where things that we actively wanted to talk about because you know like elementary. It's not something that we were really getting a ton of in our own personal lives so we were kind of showing the experience of going through that where we were finding out. And sharing the successes. And even the downsides of what we experience on day to day basis so I feel like in that aspect. It's like yeah shared the stuff. That's difficult with your life in your kids life because someone might benefit from it. You obviously have people say like you know don't do that. That's too much but if you're helping people and it's what you WanNa do go for it. Obviously there's a line with kids you know in you. Want to be respectful of that. But I've found for me too. I love the PODCASTS. Because we can be open. We can be free. We can say whatever you want. Ellie can swear on our podcast on just feels really comfortable to be with adults what I go back and do it again in a heartbeat I would. I do also think another reason of like slowing down on our end was it is really hard to raise your kids with so much. Business around almost stimulation. Yeah I mean being a mom or dad like it's really hard and you have to really listen to your like Inner Mon- your monologue like and so when you're trying to like raise your kids but then there's thousands of people correcting or not liking or like it's really hard to ignore and you don't want to ignore because you wanna have that really good relationship with your audience and so we also got to a point where we thought like this is really affecting how we're thinking and how we're parenting in how raising our kids and we need to take our home environment back and let's hop set up a little more boundaries and like that so we do the podcast now so I we do videos like once in a while and you know it's it's been a hard transition but that's kind of where we're at right now so I don't know about I don't know about you but sean and I have been doing these. Virtual Game Nights Since we're on lockdown now and we've been having so much fun Playing the Games that we know and love but also trying out new ones One of the Games that we know and love that I- dominate is best female. I suck got its best beans. I love that has so many different levels and it's constantly changing. I get bored really easily. And there's so many different aspects of the game that keep you kind of on your toes and interested and I'm also a puzzle nerd. I Love Puzzles. And this is the most like unique experience with a puzzle that I've ever gotten to play. Are you lost it for hours? Something about the puzzle solving in the problem solving along with the colors. Just pop out at you I V. I haven't tried it out. Download the APP and little temporary is the character. That's going to walk you through the tutorials is that characters name But it's a it's a lot of fun and if you don't have wifi our cellphones service which I was worried about because we're going to our lake house this weekend and we don't have reception there. You can still play which there aren't many games that you have that luxury. I think we're officially gamers. The lockdown has made us gamers and I love it anyway. Guys Besson's has thousands.
"ellie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Think percents out of shape. That's probably what it is to have a baby. Good Greek. I mean we're talking about professional high level athletes like different guys over there. We have our chips. I have water anyway. Go AHEAD SO WE ENDED UP GETTING ON CLAW MED. Honestly like six rounds of calm it I think it was six or seven rounds of climate and then we took a breather for a few months. And then we went to a fertility specialist where they didn't ultrasound and they talked all about with me Time out real. Quick Ellie did multiple rounds of climate and took a break because of the side effects from it. Like there's there's so many side effects to claw mid that do you remember? Well it was just awful like hot flashes. You're irritable you're like angry is just it just is like all around not fun so she did like five or six rounds and then took a break for a few months and then did two more. I think and then we're just like this is too much for l. e. so then after we went to the fertility specialist. They said you have. Pcs did ultrasound offense than they had me on camera. And I ended up doing two rounds of Famara like in one cycle. If I remember right it was kind of weird like my lining was really thin. It was so long ago but they And then I was going to go in for an summation and when I went in to do. Some nation was on my birthday. They said that the egg had released earlier than expected. So I'd have to do it the next month and I was devastated and we were so devastated the worst because we had spent it was like an thousand dollars every time you do an ultrasound and we were just like what are we feel like we just throw it away like I can't imagine the DO IBF. And so a few weeks later they called ended bloodwork and we actually found out that we got pregnant with a mirror alone and the even the smaller than they anticipated. That was our little Jackson. Clark Oh my God okay again I. I could talk about the suffer. Ask literally we literally talked about for six years on Youtube so we can all day long. I actually think I watched ninety percent of your videos and we're trying to get pregnant because everything we went through other people go through this too humid but going back to trying to get pregnant. I feel like everyone grows up watching these movies. And they're like oh Used to like you get surprised one time because you miss your period and you're like oh I'm pregnant. I'm going to tell my husband that we're going to have a baby and then you have a baby and it just as magical thing and there's this weird shift with a lot of people where you go from this surprise. Oh it's so romantic. We just happen to have a kid too. It becomes work and just the dynamic station chips so much nobody for that. I'm curious. How did it affect your guys relationship going through that year or two years in the struggles that just kind of come with I mean all it you speak all roughly like I think it hit us further? My I don't think it quite a fraud or changed relationship necessarily up until after our third Would you say I mean I definitely would say their changes and difficulties? I mean there were times where it's like. Okay we've got a we've got to try and it was just like we just don't want to right now like this but it's like we've worked so hard and so long to get to this point if we if we don't do it right now and the opportunities gone for another month and you have to try again with PCS. It's like you don't always know. And so this is like before fertility treatments and everything so with Elliot being so irregular. It was a battle you know finding out when we should even try in the first place where we're at right now is like even after our third like we've been talking about having another and it's already like what did I say. Two days ago. I said call. When was the last time I had a period? Where it's like. Come on. We're waiting like so I'm sticking like I mean like I said earlier like there's definitely emotional toll there's physical tolls that. Go along with it that I don't think people realize unless they're going through it themselves and that's the whole reason we started. The Youtube Channel was because we didn't have anyone to relate to. We didn't have anyone that was going through this in our immediate family. I mean some of our siblings the get sneezed on and they get pregnant and your question of like how it affected your relationship. I if I think maybe we're hearing this different because I mean in terms of like says the couple was but it never jeopardization. Once you had kids how did you like honestly anyway. You interpreted it. I just remember for Andrew. Nye the first time we got pregnant was I mean you see move is it was like Oh my. Gosh I just missed my period but I might be pregnant and you take the test. And it's like holy crap and then when it became after that it was like all these conversations and it would turn into arguments and emotion and almost trauma. And you're just trying to figure out. Okay we need to do it now because it's time and it's just it takes away all of this romance. Yes Romanticism yet and makes it in. It turns it into jaw in it. Yeah it affects that kind of love. The sensual the connection that you feel is no longer as prevalent as it once was. Because you're working towards something else. I told jared very often each other. We've talked about this on a podcast. Also I told him I was like I almost feel like I got gypped and the next department because you know we were young when we got married. I do not regret that at all. But in the most loving nicest way we were not prepped at all our parents and so I kind of felt like that was like a hurdle going through sex emotionally and physically being I married and then then jump into infertility I really got gypped and then once you have kids you are exhausted like your oldest is six years old and he still wakes up. He woke up last night. It was like at a scary dream. And it's like it's like we're exhausted. And there's a reason why people say their sex life increases in their in their forties and it's because they don't flip and have kids in the house we weep until twelve o'clock and you're like. Hey yeah all the time in the world so I like that has made us very sad to be honest that we feel like the one thing you see all over the Internet and Oliver Movies and sent like sation allies or whatever is like this fun happy sex life is like not what we got and that is sad and and maybe that's just reality but you know you talk to your girlfriends you talk to your siblings and it's like that's not the reality for everybody and so yeah what is it. One out of eight women suffer infertility or go through. I'm sure it's way more than that. But one out of eight women go through some sort of infertility and want it five. Is it something where you know someone directly and they probably haven't even re- pregnancies and miscarriage? I don't know the distribution among people but it's crazy it's so frequent and again infertility again. I was forever so if you have a question just interrupt me. I feel like infertility to something. Nobody prepares you for they teach you like up everything about pregnancy but nobody ever prepares you for infertility in. It's so much or oh yeah or postpartum. Nobody says anything about that. But it's just it's it's an abyss that you have to kind of go through on your own with your significant other and figure it out and I mean we did exactly what you guys did. We posted on Youtube because we felt so alone with it because nobody was either admitting that they were going through it or sharing their stories as well so it felt isolating. Can I ask you mentioned that? That's the reason you started blogging or or or when you When they started what King is here is no. We cut out bridge up. We're back now. You mentioned that that's the really started on Youtube and I'm curious. You guys had an amazing. You have an amazing channel on Youtube. If you're listening you haven't checked out Elian Jared In their channel. Go listen and go watch But I want to humbly ask advice for You've logged for over. I think twelve hundred days straight finds John and Ted's incredible Shannon kind of in this spot. Now where we have our first kid and we don't know what we don't know what to do on Youtube because there's like this. There's fine line that you don't WanNa Cross with your kids and it's like this weird. You're making money from your kids. And then what if they grow up and they don't want to be a part of it and you know what I'm saying like there's some of you guys navigated that I I like your your years ahead of us and I'm just curious well and I think it's funny that you say that is because I think if you would have asked that question five answer would be different than than than it would be now. So Elliott why? Don't you give the now answer now. Answer we're maybe all answer. Okay so if you ask US five years ago. I think we would have said something like you know. This is a really exciting time. Like you will get to see and look back on your kid every single day and you will never miss those memories and. I am so grateful for every single video that we had there. Were Times behind the camera where it did affect you know our relationship. I mean more so in the later years than it did the earlier years because we it was something that we both like enjoyed so much and we got so much benefit from it and there weren't a ton of negative side effects from doing it. We had fun. The kids had fun. Gave US something. Our reason talk about Jackson's like when can I get the camera and I let him play and stuff? We just don't upload it right now but I mean the kids love it and I mean obviously privacy is like a huge thing especially with kids and you know there were things that we took in stride like we made sure not to do X Y and Z. While filming with the kids. And so like. That's really important. We WanNa make sure. Kids are protected and again if you asked us five years ago it's like have fun with it. Enjoy it take as much time as you want with it but I think now it would be more like. Here's the thing. I'm a very open book. No matter what youtuber not social media or not. I've always been like an open book and there are some people that look at situations like this and they think like you are so crazy. What are you thinking but it but I'm okay with that like I like being an open book. I like talking about struggles. I like talking about what brings me. Happiness enjoy social media. Not we had a blog before blogs were big. Our blood never got big. We ended up shutting it down. You know I've always been the type to just like share when we started. We had no idea that it could be a fulltime job. So we're sharing not making money and so it was kind of hard moving forward when we eventually did start to make money and then all of a sudden the naysayers are life. Came at us and was like wait. How do you do this? You can make money and we were like nobody. You can't do it if you just WanNa make money like you have doing. It was hard seeing both ends of it to be honest but right now I mean when we decided to cut back on slowdown was not because all of a sudden I was worried about sharing too much. It was honestly came down to I. Just don't have the mental capacity right now as a mom to juggle a lot of things. And like my. I just didn't have in me like even today like if I were to have to pull the camera out like it's depressing outside. It's raining it's freezing cold. I've been inside since October. As it's a cold winter you know and Utah and it's like that drains me thinking I have to entertain or have to capture something of my knee so that is the main reason why we started. They just didn't have it in me. I'm encouraged by that. I'm sorry go ahead. No Yeah I was. I'll say something you go right ahead. I wasn't I'm encouraged to hear you say that because we have like this whole reason we started..
"ellie" Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Are we allowed to like sex? Yeah is this is this is. Why didn't I know not want to be taken advantage of my physical condition? There's a fine line that you don't want to cross with your kids and then it's like this weird. You're making money from your kids. And then what if they grow up and they don't want to be a part of it? You know what I'm saying. What's up everybody? Welcome back to couple thing Sean. Andrew podcast all about couples in the things they go through today. We are joined by. Jared and Elliott Mecum This has been a podcast. That's two years in the making a he. I reach out to me for US. To be their podcast. Ellen jared is the title of it and so I'm glad we could finally happen I felt like we meshed with this couple very well and I was super glad to get their wisdom on How they have navigated this digital world You know they've they created over twelve hundred consecutive logs on Youtube They have over seven hundred and forty million youtube views. One point six million subscribers their legends on social media and so having them walk us through how they've done that with kids. I thought was really really helpful. I was personally excited to talk to them especially alley. No offense jared when I miscarried and we went through that whole experience in journey a few years ago it was truly watching their blogs and watching Ellie and her infertility stories. That really got me through that emotional time and kind of taught me how to heal from it so I felt already super connected to them and I had so many questions. This is an amazing interview. We Love Them. I hope you guys love it as much as we do. Yeah we cover a lot of topics like the infertility and their struggle through that how to raise a family in the modern age What good snacks there are to eat. And so I like this one if you guys having yet if you could give the show a rating and subscribe to it on whatever platform you're listening to..
"ellie" Discussed on Glowing Up
"The wave is wiping out digital data across the planet once the device has been infected by the wave the virus permanently imminently deletes all photos videos and correspondence for more. We go to tina league in the field. The tension is palpable out here. People are grappling with the fact that they will soon lose all of their data videos of milestones cherish family photos not to mention the selby's jim the southeast people are losing sued porn- regular porn that other kind of food porn where it's people having sex with food video of animals playing musical instruments videos of babies eating lemons for the first time the years long text threads with helpless news and we can only speculate what kind of a world will soon be living in when we've lost the archives of wicky feet okay. I think it's recording now. Hello is recording test. One all right well can hear back till i record at so. I'm gonna go with yes. Hello people in the future who may or may not listen to these tapes greetings. Welcome to my life. I apologize in advance <hes> i i decided to put my life story on tape because of the wave although another thing about it you may not know what that is because maybe it's just like a historical footnote it okay. The wave is a really big deal right now. It's a digital virus that is sweeping the globe wiping out everyone's data so every photo auto video email text you name it. It's all going to be toast. When the wave hits gotta stay hydrated feel like i'm at the beginning of a marathon baratheon except instead of running twenty six miles. I'm sitting in my living room watching old videos of myself on my computer. It's basically the same. I guess i should start with the basic since i have not. I told you my name <hes> hello. My name is ellie eleanor leaf but never call me eleanor thank you. I'm thirty eight never married. Thankfully i live in a tastefully decorated condo with my perfect dog potato. I don't know what breed potato is because she's actually a rescue. Thank you so much potato speak. We're still working on that job wise. I am a meme capper. I write witty recaps of the day's most popular memes for the site agra crunch. I should do something more meaningful with my life but the world needs memes. It's like a talking turtle says who me reference will be relevant forever anyway. My point is we can all be in in the history books you know of course as soon as the wave hits. All the memes will be wiped out and i'll have to find something else to do. I could either go back to the corporate world or try and live off the land between the two. I'd rather bark. You may be wondering how people are reacting to the reality of losing all their store data. It's actually been really affirming. I mean people are coming together and supporting one another in the face of adversity just kidding obviously they're freaking the fuck out <hes> they are losing their minds. Most major cities had riots riots when it started but at this point people are just hunched over their devices refreshing their screens over and over again to see if their memories are all gone the way i figure i'll know when the wave hits my neighborhood by neighbors abors mournful screams when he realizes he just lost his nudes. My neighbor dave seems like a guy who sends a lot of nudes. There are still a few companies that will print out hard copies of photographs. Listen things they're mostly us based rich people to print art. The average person doesn't have access to a printer these days but now everyone has stampeding to those printing companies even if if you could afford those places the wave is moving so fast. There isn't much hope of getting anything printed before their servers get wiped to iron. Some people are selling wifi proof safes that are supposed to protect your gear from the virus chris but as soon as you take it out of the safe screwed everything is so connected at this point. There's no way to avoid it. Some people are even having wave parties where they get together with friends and loved ones zain..
"ellie" Discussed on Maybe It's You
"The wave is wiping out digital data across the planet once a device has been infected by the wave the virus permanently permanently deletes all photos videos and correspondence for more. We go to tina lee in the field. The tension is palpable out here. People are grappling with the fact that they will soon lose. All of their data videos of milestones cherished family photos not to mention the selby's jim the selby's people are losing food porn regular porn that other kinds of food porn where it's people having sex with food video of animals playing musical instruments videos of babies eating lemons for the first time five years long text threads with helpless nudes and we can only speculate what kind of a world will soon be living in when we've lost the archives of wicky feet okay. I think it's recording now. Hello is recording test. One all right. Well can hear back till i record it so i'm gonna go with yes. Yes hello people in the future who may or may not listen to these tapes greetings. Welcome to my life. I apologize in advance. <hes> i decided to put my life story on tape because of the wave although another thing about it you may not know what that is because maybe it's just like a historical footnote vote okay. The wave is a really big deal right now. It's a digital virus that is sweeping the globe and wiping out everyone's data so every photo auto video email text you name it. It's all going to be toast. When the wave hits gotta stay hydrated feel like i'm at the beginning of a marathon marathon except instead of running twenty six miles. I'm sitting in my living room watching old videos of myself on my computer. It's basically the same. I guess i should start with the basics since i have not. I told you my name <hes> hello. My name is ellie eleanor leaf but never call me eleanor thank you. I'm thirty eight never married. Thankfully i live in tastefully decorated condo with my perfect dog potato. I don't know what breed potato is because she's actually a rescue..
"ellie" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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"ellie" Discussed on Elm Town
"So there's a decent amount of code that needs to be down to run ellie but the data that it uses is pretty miniscule over the lies rally interesting yeah so you talked about the compiler version which led me into one of my questions i had earlier is elliott always going to just support the latest version of elm or will you have versions available wants new ones are released what's your plan there and is it going to be super difficult once zero point nineteen is released to get that compiling in the browser like how many human hours of work we'll go into making this happen for newer versions of the compiler not that many my intention is to support every version of the compiler starting zero eighteen and like the compiler code is loaded manually as opposed to as like a script in a in a bundle so i already have control over when the compiler gets downloaded so we can do things like check your revisions to see what compiler vision is in the only down the compiler executed will that you need so it's really a matter of like instead of hard coatings you're at eighteen hundred zero like reading it from a an object instead while it's awesome yeah and i at work we get to talk with sometimes and there's going to be a whole alpha period for for zero to nineteen so that package authors can get up to speed with the changes big rate and so part of that would be i'll have time to the update the cj gold for vizier that nineteen and.