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Emilia Clarke Says Jason Momoa 'Can Still Bench Press a Khaleesi'

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00:17 sec | Last month

Emilia Clarke Says Jason Momoa 'Can Still Bench Press a Khaleesi'

"Even if you didn't love the way game of thrones ended you're going to dig this reunion. A million clark posted this picture of her and jason momoa on instagram writing. When your son and stars rolls into town you check that he can still bench. Press a collegiate. Jason responded with a bunch of hearts and says he loves her forever

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"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

08:45 min | 3 months ago

"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"It's specific thing that came up Project said the main producer on a show. On on a chris had worked at hbo and so yet he cooled me. Any told me and i put myself on tape and then i got the job and it was clerk. Put herself on tape for marvel. I love doing auditions his. Then you get not only. Do you get the thing where the person hiring you knows. You can do it. Which is really helpful. You also a like okay. Coup this is something we can do like the idea that when you get hired without doing it the first day on set becomes this like. Oh no oh no. I'm going to get negative. Find me because they never checked that checked. This is something we were all happy with. But also i think it's a mobile thing they ask. Everyone wants to take an. I'm like i'm i'm navigating the site that's beyond being a part of marble which clearly has track record. That's kind of unparalleled. They know what they're doing This character in particular is intriguing for you. I take it yes. Now i'm gonna. I'm gonna i'm gonna say one thing. The first people that i spoke to the mobile was security team. You can't you can live in fear. Something's gonna happen so but yes you really. A character told me that i played a character. And i'm sympa into everything about it. Super into the ben mendelsohn by the way ben mendelsohn. Mawson's we me and my friends over freaky little. Ben mendelsohn fun. Vote a these in the category. I have a couple of sessions in that vein. Michael shannon is one of my obsessions. And i put like michael shannon ben mendelsohn and like the special year director leading manning weird exactly with demand mendelssohn like a little little thing of light. It's a thing is a thing oh benz in it. Yeah we have as means. It's so yeah. I was gone. I think the name that most of my mates are excited about the new. The real thing and you sort relatively soon i take it. Yes we start relatively soon again. There's a breaking news. Headline a million confirms secret. Invasion starts relatively soon. It's okay. I don't need just your history though with because like every actor nowadays has had a long history with these kinds of projects like according to if you believe what you read you up for quarter way back when for civil war did you go. Do you remember that for captain america or is that a lie. I don't know the happens. I don. I have been out for it and made in seven. Toby got it. So i guess my my my broader question is. Have you come close to doing stuff like this. Have you done the marvel dc audition thing awad or at all no. This is the first. This is my first brush model I feel like there was the whole time. I was in game of thrones with time that one would imagine. This is me guessing. Another 'cause none of us were in. So i'm guessing it's like we don't wanna take someone's that's in the middle of another massive franchise which i totally respect all. They just thought it was crap until now a very real estate. So i really i mean. I think that chris chris carey is the person who champions me and got me this job. Obvious obvious tastic. Maybe they suck up out with him but did you. Have you talked to your old buddy kit. I mean he obviously recent big marble experience with coach out. Yes yes. I haven't spoken to him since getting this is speed to his wife we speak. This is Yeah nobody he did he. All i know is this experience especially of bunch. When he was doing it running back from it and he just dumped it. So in the wake of of thrones which you know obviously took up a tremendous amount of your life just in terms of head space physical space just time What's it been like. The last few years i mean like you. Obviously you had in the middle of you're still doing thrones determinator and then after you do last bubbles after he finished probably yet always right up to its. Yeah so i guess just. The broader question is in hasn't been talked to figure out like okay. What do i do now like. What's what are my priorities Like because it's hard it's going to be hard to live up to like a cultural phenomenon. No matter no no no bit. it's no. It was around season five or six. That i was like this is going to without. What are we doing throwing on. What's happening and the thing. That i the only thing i can add about moving on from show was that i got to act was using acting And like the mainstay that i had in the beginning of the show. I've always been very. I wanna try everything. I want to see what fits. I want to be an active. It's acting and had ninety s. I wanna rush. There's no like strategy. Like how do we get specific thing. I think the biggest change that happened after the show ended a weather lost couple of seasons with this was that i really am director. Let like i really really really just want to work with directors that i think offering something that is juicy burn acted. Yana may say that could be two lines. In whatever film it could be done at. India directed his first film. Whatever it is that the the conversations. I have with director on the personal connections that you crave full. I mean it's no accident. I did play i which is common back them. Some excite seagulls. You were about to do literally like you were her. You were about to start so it's going to be beans until you actually were doing previous already. Well yeah so. That's not out of the system yet. You need to like kind of exercise that demon. I'm sure massively mass effect. So i think that b. m. because i never felt when i was in the show i never ever not myself to all be too aware of how it was being received or how it was being even receive numbers being seen and i don't think i was capable of doing to inmates. The show ended. And i still don't quite know what it was that we did. But i don't feel like that has like the end of that has in any way dampened. What what what. My hopes and expectations off the next phase of my career In for the long run. I just as long as i'm acting i'm good like and as long as it's whatever i you know and now i'm gonna try this and i'm going to try that and getting to be a producer and getting to be on that side of things instead so fulfilling and so eliminating my god. How in god's name Doctors over time. We are nightmare. No like it's doesn't eliminating but it will so. I always always so envious jesus would come onto a set and it'd be your day one and be bad day ten year and you look off. You've got this connection on biblical with his projects. And i'm treaty us. Oh like. I wish i had that. I get to experience that in different way but the accident is often the final piece of the puzzle to get something over the.

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"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Everyone's i just shocks atta read ruined at me. Hey you buy consoles. That would happen if this is only three people in the well they like it. June unanimous my whole. That's enough like that really i. I made a thing now. I'll be without you. Yes there was before. yes what. What was your relationship with comic books growing up like were you were you into them. Was it your brothers thing was because i mean like there's a stigma again and the conflict world for decades yes has been built mostly for dudes and cater to do. Did you feel that growing up. Yeah yeah i mean. I never felt like it was an environment. That was full me a bunch of things that i watched and i read and zorro that what four me as the teenage galleries that pre processing but my brother massively in tacoma and i would find the women in them and love them and read them and enjoy them and then you'll wonder women's and then then speed it up to the movies are being made and then on my own. Now i have access now now. I'm allowed now on. I'm you'd have all the other masters that going to the movies and going all yeah remedies. Remember this oh now is being fully realized in front of my face and then now you have some mobile a now you have these incredible women So i i also like i said i was kind of just. I just needed stories. Needed stimulation some creative way growing up fantasy novels with something. I was massive being sued and still out like fifth woman. Till i die like it's just really and and so when when kind of thinking is well made so much sense that i would go here only because the comic community has welcome me with open arms and has followed me from franchise to franchise like i feel hung. I feel accepted there. Feel that it's basically love eleven. And so this seems like a like a no brainer for this to be the place that i would then write a story in not only because the joy of.

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"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

07:51 min | 3 months ago

"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Else are you going to get back triumphant. Then in a chat with a million emilia clarke. Welcome to happy. Second fused even if it happens to be on my weird little box on my computer. I'm happy to have you. It's good to see you. Well thank you so much. I am happy not saddle confused about. Well we'll see about that by the end of this. How you're feeling. I'll check in at the end How's ted doing first of all your dog. Mom as i understand it yet. Cigarette ted right now. Casinos moms in the room neeson allowed in the room. Just keep hearing lights. It's still still. He thinks he might be able to slip onto the door. One day is the real star over there. Well i'm a new dog. Dad might lucy's literally at my feet so we both got people competing for our attention here. So it's okay. None of this august will have. She's she's a rescue. A pit. Picnics gorgeous gorgeous. Sweetest thing i keep saying. Like now i think i have a semblance of a. I know what it's like to be You or any kind of celebrity walking on the street. Because i get so much more attention yet i ever. I mean people do triple takes. They're like oh my god what is beautiful with you and i'm like oh this is it's yet. It's the greatest compensation starts it. Yeah i mean because obviously have had tidal throughout he was a pre look. Dumpy had him the way throughout that time and taking him on his walks. And you just you like. I've been able to interact with human beings as entire time on my one designated yoga day. I get to have. The jets has been a safe distance. I get the you know. I can shot people in. It's kind of perfect yet. I'm generally kind of antisocial person. But i feel like she's bringing me out of my shell after all the mayor's yeah so we were. We were exchanging pleasantries. Because it's always the first conversation started when you see somebody for the first time in a long time in this insanity you know it's all on a sliding scale right howard doing You seem to be doing well but you have been used saying you've essentially been kind of in that loss. I'm seeing you in for most of the last year. Yeah yeah eight. Not eight really. The biggest thing is that. I have not walked in this time. I have a production charity busy. Like i've been. I've i've worked. I haven't done what i do. I haven't done my day job in a year. That which defines you. Who are you when you aren't doing what you do. Tell me about it. I'm interested interesting as well. Because i'm now i get on a few different hots rather than just acting feel. I'm not the only act to that. That that that experiences this but i was a writer friend of mine the other day and i was like i shouldn't be spending so much but it's just so different. How do you get the we're in a profession where we all careers because we loved what we do that so lucky and he was like no. You don't get the this zinni euphoria. He's like i can have the zinni fauria of the good stuff that my job gets me. And he's only if not my computer as sean. That might happen. He's for you to get zingy. Euphoria you need seventy people minimum to make that. They rely on an. It's that's the crux of maybe. You should doesn't wasn't currently acting today. Had a little laugh. Track installed your in your so something every time you walk into the room. Some girl done. When i say it's i mean it's not even it's not even the the like what you're getting from. An audience is doing with this person that being a witness to that beta camera just three other people in a hall fence dancer. That are witnessing you both being different. People on getting the can come miss that. So that's what. I'm really missing missing. Yeah a conversation with even pre pandemic with actors. 'cause like especially talked about like you know you need you need a theater. You need people and it's like why some actors actually as painful as it is almost enjoyed the auditioning process. 'cause like oh you're actually not at least acting thing. It's not just ted. Not just my and i'm not the kind of hyman my hominids like that ain't me it's there's plenty of the whig grades stuff that i spend my time doing way on and i definitely have the loss to try in my head all times. I'm not advanced to. Ted is just a vehicle for me to talk loud just basically. I get hurt at all this. Last year ted's gone some performances. Some perhaps who knows yes. So what has filled the void creatively. I mean as well. We're going to get into the comic in a bit. But it hasn't been all the of different endeavors or have you found like had a lot of actors. I talked to have done podcasts. Or other voiceover work. So i mean po- cost something that i was going to do but that just didn't feel right for me. There was a specific thing that i was going to defer suit creatively reading scripts being. I have a production company. So i'm constantly working on nuts Then what is build a great voids. I mean the author wasteful secretive. Avoid watching reading listening. I have during lockdown a may not have a starter for my solid does but i do have a shitty keyboard a now the ability to so anna which has been really because i sing. That's the other thing that you want it on your own Inconstancy show but But yes. I started learning the piano so i could accompany yourself and now one woman band j. day you go. I just need my little junket at my be busking soon on the corners of london for her yet. Coming to you coming to meet meeting you. But that's been that's been a genuinely genuinely creates a billing experience. Like oh i feel blind. I'm gonna sit at the piano place in this house. I would say. I was listening to earlier. Though it seems like got mis-read sought stuff on social media. Because that's obviously how we find out what people are up to now a days. That's our our new a research tool but did you escape the environs at least two the plane in celebration of your birth. Yes i did. I did so i built. What's what's more frightening than sending betty full jumping out of lane. So let's just get just find somewhere in the middle and do it and then you can be scared of doing bats on that day Yes so i did it. I had a bunch of friends who are gonna com. Oh friend. I mean the whole things outside overseas on a. I had a bunch of z wagon. Come and join me. Every one chickened out from mother ends member. That's sweet that's amazing. My not gonna say how old she is. She'll kill me. Martha he had me as an agent cheese. It was the greatest thing happened as because i was the messenger. The blade as door opens. Because you like doing this radio plane and the massive door opens and my mom is at the front next to the door and she just turns around me goes.

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"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"emilia" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy. Confuse amelia cork on her new comic book. Game of thrones and joining the marvel universe. Awesome josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused yes. Proud and excited to say emilia clarke first. Time guest on the podcast. Today have one million on for a while certainly talked over the years but never for a lengthy conversation like this and what a great excuse the catch up because she is now a comic book creator. She's the co writer and creator of mom mother of madness a three issue comic book series about a single mom superhero. That is well. We're checking out. I got a chance to watch the first rather read the first issue and it is fantastic and funny and quirky and all the things that amelia is. It is available right now for preorder on amazon. Or wherever you get your comics definitely. Check that out. Get your hands on a copy of mom. Mother madness from the mind of emilia clarke so exciting to see an actor exploring different creative avenues and a million clark is certainly somebody who has been entertaining us for for many years. Most notably of course. On game of thrones. Yes if you know me you know. I was late to the party that i got there. I got there before the end guys. i saw. What all the hubbub was about So we we had a lovely chat. About game of thrones about the ending of game of thrones which of course is still controversial to many. We talk about her her joining the marvel universe very soon. I don't know if you guys are aware but emilia clarke is going to be on. Secret invasion the show. That's gonna be starring samuel jackson and ben mendelsohn and olivia colman and yes. Emilia clarke so some interesting stuff about that in here as well as on so low And her comfort movie of choice which was sense and sensibility starring and written by her illustrious last christmas co-star emma thompson so a great conversation with a million. I know you guys are gonna dig other stuff dimension. A lot is going on. Of course I teased i think. Recently my conversation with. Tom hit allston. By the time you listen to this. I believe it should be up on. Mtv news youtube page fantastic. Catch up with tom about all things. Low key including back to our first meeting way back when in two thousand ten at comic con that was a blast to reminisce with him about that Other things going on. Let's see how vin diesel the other day about f nine the new fast and furious movie. That's going to be up on. Mtv news pretty soon We have a new game night episode up right now with brie larson and jesse. Ns that's over on the happy. Second fused patriarch page. If you guys have checked it out. I encourage you to just to see. See what it's all about and see if you're interested patriot. Dot com slash. Happy confused again. That's patriot dot com slash happy confused and most notably you get. There is on camera versions of the podcast including this amelia car. Chat if you want to view it instead of just listening to it. And the game night episodes including we've done so far with folks like sam hugh colin donahue and jane levy skylar aston larsen and some other very very notable folks coming up on that so really thrilled about how game night is going I think i'm going to leave it there. Because there's there's a lot going on. Oh here's my one other plug seventy. Obviously last week's guest was john m the director of in the heights. The film didn't perform hugely at the box office. At least not in the first weekend. I think hers guys still check it out in theaters if possible You know just because it doesn't do well at the box office doesn't make it any less worth seeing and in fact this is a film that I think and hope should still be a conversation for some of the best films made this year and i don't know anybody that's it that's been disappointed so try and seed into theater if you can at the very least check it out on. Hbo max. because that's one that. I don't wanna see just fall away. People forget about too quickly because in the heights was was a special special work. So that's that's my unsolicited plug for the week. All right let's get onto the main event a fantastic chat with the delightful. Amelia clark again. Check out her new comic book. Mom mother of madness where everyday you're comics and enjoy our chat about. All things thrones comic books. jane austen. Where.

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"emilia" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"emilia" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

"You're looking at ground tall so you don't get that same adrenaline. But it was still a so much fun. So now that you're the executive pastry shaft near two point in your career now looking back. Who was an influence to you. Can you name one two three. That influenced you personally professionally that you know and why and in in share with the listeners. Who those people might be. Every shot that i worked for was either in the a. Cfc ranks on or they were just so incredibly talented chefs. So i always looked up to my bosses or other pastry chefs around and so many people like i'm trying to think of like just a cup. Light needs but thinking so many people family friends that pushed me inspired me but Look up to be like susan nodar. thinking so many people he mentioned the american culinary federation the acf like. Why is that important to a new chef of someone's listening out there. Why is that important to you. What are you get out of the organization. And what is it to you. Personally professionally career-wise the acs on it creates personal goals for chefs. Who may not be challenged every day to achieve certain Shots want to have their own restaurants. Just had their fakery. But if you don't have any specific type of goals on the c. creates a ladder for patriots. survived easter canarian certify. Working pastry chefs Master chef so right out of connors. Will i got my survey piece area and i kept seeing testing for these different certifications and i realized one day. I wanna be a certified master. He's shots so it's it's slowly claim net ladder Do you belong to a local chapter. And and what are you. What are you get out of that chapter. Do you guys do professional development right now in part of the southwest florida chapter the naples chapter and they actually have very large. Chapman's good two hundred matters. Children plus members. I believe i'm in their very talented chefs. And that's what. I love about being harder than that is just when meet up with these other shafts. You've got to talk about. How was your be. How many doing right now like. What are you. Specials are going to the easiest national conventions. I love the investment being apartment conventions because you gather with chefs from all over the country even internationally. Some people suggest them over for this. They could bench and you have hundreds hundreds and hundreds of so such talented individuals at it's Mindboggling think how much we could do with the we out in this one very large group right now so these kind of gives me that inspiration that motivation. That passionate derived bats shock leads. So it can as you mentioned. Help your career. You know you get these certifications can.

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Emilia Clarke Joins Disney Plus Series 'Secret Invasion'

Lori and Julia

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Emilia Clarke Joins Disney Plus Series 'Secret Invasion'

"Emilia Clarke has a new job. Former Game of Thrones star. She is joining this project Secret invasion at Disney. Plus, so we're getting a lot of high profile people involved in this. She is. We don't know who's gonna be playing. But this is her first entree into the Marvel Television universe. I guess she's joining Samuel Jackson. Olivia Coleman was announced yesterday. Ben Mendelssohn, so they're trying to do you know everyone is getting there. Toward the Marvel Cinematic universe. So

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"emilia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

08:06 min | 5 months ago

"emilia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Not how he probably envisioned it but what was going on there at the stop because of see we estimate okon switchover pretty quickly when he realized that the ties won't appropriate. Why were they holding back so much. I think the weather forecast who is probably a little bit optimistic. We kept tearing engineer. Come over the radio and say more rain coming more rain coming and going to be okay. Lost positions to russell reich. Jim motor all on one lap and really threw away for the second race in row. A big opportunity. And it's a shame because yeah has been driving so well this year after tariffs on so much testing privately imola. It's their home. Track that twelve kilometers away. This is meant to erase. Where if anyone was going to capitalize on those conditions and have a big result it should really have been ghastly. But we saw none of that. Today got p. seven in the end after last charles post race penalty. But yeah. I really disappointing because i think the psi made more of a strategic and that's what nafta's race early but yeah really really big. They failed to seize the moment. Basically i did. You mentioned that the post race penalties that have since been applied. Can you just update listeners. On them in case all quotas autographs. But it's just because you mentioned. I put i just. Don't understand one of them so tell us more. Tell us more non one of them. Gosh okay so. We've got a five second time penalty for stroh and in the way that was because he essentially straight lines the chicane so take gasoline and then say to head and that was something that wasn't picked up at the time but then later on was flags and they had a meeting about apparently stroz defense was it was so wet so i couldn't really got anywhere else therefore hats go off track but it's not really how it works so yeah. He ended up with a five second penalty. That basically gave us position to your gasoline. So that's quite penalty. The big pouncey came for me reichman. He did finish ninth alfa romeo a couple of points and pretty decent death. Making me pretty pleased with that. He copped a thirty second penalty. After the race for essentially breaching the restart rules. And i've only had a quick glance through this job document. I don't really understand. Seems like nobody else really understands it and the woods themselves don't really understand they've kind of gone while those the rules you don't really get why but that's it surrounds. I think the rolling restart when he came into the pit lane or what he was doing. Yeah it's it's a shame because they offer a couple of points as a good booster them particularly when they're sort of in this low midfield fi and two points could settle battle freight ninth and tenth but not to be so yeah. Disappointing result for them. But that doesn't mean that also gets a point for pt which is probably one more point than he actually deserved because alpine were nowhere today. So it's a double blow alfa romeo isn't it because the that both drivers in the top ten but then you know the the driver known to the many tens of viewers of sky sports. F one is jovan. Azzi had say make an unscheduled pit stop to have something plucked from his brake duct rep break duct so that dropped him after the top ten which was very unfortunate because actually he was having a pretty good rice and he. He's a driver who very often has moderately decent races but then makes one huge blunder in them that raise ready costly and i didn't spot one of those room. It was just a shame that you know maybe a sandwich. Wrapper flew injuries break up. Whatever happens financial alonso in bahrain and he had to stop to have plucked twist informs me that nazis now known as jesus apparently then you mean we'll something long hair but yeah i i is moaning about mazatlan yes. Today's replied even jesus's matters. Apparently it's a thing. okay. I know extrordinary saints now about aston martin. Because it's safe to say that. They had a pretty manic start to the day. They hide issues before lights. Even when out we saw not stroz breaks on fire vetu had to start from the pit and ultimately ended in the pit because he had to retire with that gable shea things aren't getting better for surpassing bassil ave jess nar and then lost in general seem to be in a bit of flap. Obviously we saw earlier on the weekend. Ed now very upset. With obviously the era right changes which. I'm sure we've covered in previous this weekend. But they just seem to be a bit shaken. I think that they had a lot of expectations on them. Coming into the season. The return of aston martin into formula one the many millions of of investment coming from pappas stroll at full-time while champion joining the team And something that you should have like a bit like a mercedes last season and obviously how how they go unlock season as well. The the idea was that it would only go up and they've had a great stuff. I mean i have to say. The stroll has sharon a bit of his metal where he's had mistakes but i do think that he has put in some really good performances considering what asked him often as i'm considering how much of a disadvantage with being let's believe it is having but yet i mean the the the the the penalty for not having the tires on in time. I mean that's just rookie stuff you know like what. Why are we talking about teams not having It was because it was a bigger issue on the call as it turned out. But i just think it's. It's just not going very well. Full them at the moment and we are. There is going to get better because again. I don't know if i don't know if i can take many more races of seeding vessel tasting around the at the back of the grid. 'cause we know how brilliant sebastian vessels as we not been able to see here for a few seasons now and and it's just it's just quite disheartening. It's not nice to watch. We want a really competitive grid. So i'm not sure if the guys have a solution to rest not wires. I guess like not not having problems. I a penalty for not having your tires on the correct allotted time when they would be a star probably turn the year often. Turn it back on again nothing. Yeah they'd love to do that in there. i think. I'm hiding exasperation. Honestly i i thought i think satnaur positional all this areas. Week is ludicrous. Slowdowns standard and privately. From what i've heard from other teams. They just completely baffled by where he's coming from. And so i said well. I said i mean every rights. Go and ask the faa about so what was the thinking behind this but ultimately that does kind of the way it is. We've got twenty twenty one the horizon. Why on earth would you fight this battle now. I don't know but if you're a team hey and it seems what's the mall and also the towards that maybe that lower midfield fight not quite on the same pace is the likes of ferrari mclaren maybe even avatars so pass. The martin alpena quite quite similar. You wanna be focusing on the operational stuff. You wanna be getting your pitstops absolutely now as you want to be ensuring that everything you do is perfectly. You can capitalize on the right searches today. And if you don't do that it's like well. what are you doing. And it was again just really basic stuff. I mean stroke. How his break fire of sleep before the star echoes. Big panic and fairplay amasi. Maria was gonna fix that perfectly and get assaulted. Great but then that's ended up starting from pit lane and then it was the tire issue and then he made the switch over slicks.

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"emilia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:32 min | 5 months ago

"emilia" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Would you think contributed towards the fact that he was making those eras because it is rare that we see louis making actually cost him as well in a rice so what you think was throwing him off a bit today. Tricky to say it's it's unusual. We have an unusual circumstance. At the moment we were the mercedeses palpably. Not quite the fastest car. So lewis seems to be taking out of. It is is almost more than it's capable of which is such an ugly sentence ended it with a preposition. it's terrible. I do apologize to the listeners. For that louis has been brilliant in wet weather conditions before so. It's not that i just felt like he kind of i think. He felt that he needed to lead this race from the from because the car isn't quite what it was so maybe just that moment of desperation. We talked about earlier at the first corner where he was so desperate to hang onto the lead that he committed himself. To a part of the race track maxwell staff was going to occupy burn within seconds and the ended up clattering curbs and just taking sort of the foot off the end plight of his car so that might have hurt him throughout the course of the race. And then just that bit. He came up on that train of cars in the middle. What was it. It was george russell and kimmy reichen and just after the stop and he was on slick tyres. And what do you do when you're on slick tyres in in one of these web dry races you guy off the dry line onto the wet because you schizo straight off. 'specially it's a circuit like that. So maybe once again just sort of his urge to get back on terms. I think he felt like he just needed to push really really hard tight the car by the scruff of the neck and kind of take risks that he might not otherwise tyke and doing that. He's only human is he's a multiple world champion and the gracious driver of his generation. But even people like that. Do make mistakes. Ooh he did make the mistake. He managed to fight way back up to that podium finish she got back into p two and for different like you might end up with no points whatsoever. Of course. he is still leading the championship by one point. Thanks to that fastest lab. Look we impressed with his. Drive back up to p. or massively. I think we had it been another year. When sadie is far and away the dominant team. And i think even even that much vaunted dr hochenheim in what twenty s when he started fourteenth and four is way through. It was impressive but the call was in a different class basically to the rest of the field whereas now in twenty twenty one. We don't really have that anymore. Like the field is really quite closely bunched. And we've seen on occasion in the past mercedes now. Actually if you put them in traffic they do actually find it very very hard to fight through. I'm thinking of. I mean monster. Last year for example when lewis had to do a similar thing and try and fight as backup the order and particularly when he was coming up behind landau norris in the second place that mclaren is an absolute rock in a straight line off. See now with the mercedes power unit as well and i was kind of thinking of glam. They might have this. Actually you might be able to hold him off but not quite in the end. But yeah i mean let's not take anything away from lewis. I think that there was definitely a slice of fortune. Because without the red flag a lap down which would obviously we would have limited him to. I think seventh-place at bats may be so and of for responsibility for the mistake. But again you just got to roll with the punches and sometimes you have a bit of a lucky break in and he got a couple of cars says your paris for example spun in front of him as well and gave the couple of positions. But we shouldn't take anything away from his comeback drive. Thought it was a really excellent display. And i think the lewis. He's always been very good. At the bad days he still finishes second and he still has sort of able to recapture a of points. Said today was really all about damage limitation in against max of stopping. And when you open up in the wall toes and thinking that's even the actual at once graphic alison listeners out. Because they saw that senate race over fame's come back and leave imola not only finishing second but still leading world championship. I thought was remarkable. Say yeah he deserves four credit because even on his bad days he still turns out not seabed. The red flag was quite the get out of jail free card i wasn't. I'm surprised that we haven't got a conspiracy theory going. Stop still. i'm gonna. i'm gonna clock into one of the forums. Drop some madness but yeah it is surprising that no one no one on twitter at least said well. This is a fix up isn't it. I'm surprised that some of the more stupid journalists. We rub shoulders with haven't put tongue tiger. Maybe that got timings wrong. And weren't in the right watt sap group to to get join total at the right time to put it to when. I'm glad we you here to at least put that into existence and let it float around and we see that picks up any traction on socials or with all the journalists that he's fecal but let's move on to our driver of the day landau norris if it was klay from yesterday that he was getting along well with that mclaren cau- and today he owned onto fatheh pref- that wants to make his weekend on his drive. Today is jesse fast. So impressed with lando today. And i think the reason was is because we've really got to say how much he's matured as a racing driver. Today he put in some bold moves an although he is very confident with that mclaren underneath him and his luke said. It seems like they've got really fast package that he can probably put a bit of confidence behind. I think in previous years in previous seasons. I mean given this is what his third season in formula one but he he would not have got gone into some of those moves that we saw today and he would not have been as ballsy and to come off the back of what was really a disappointing qualifying session for him to finish. Pay three and as the at battling with mercedes and really taking it to ferrari and some points red bull. I think it was just a brilliant brilliant race. I think it could almost be. I mean i don't wanna get ahead of myself but this might be one of his career defining races just in terms of his progression as a formula one driver. I think you'll look at this as.

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Lewis Hamilton Takes Shocking Pole Ahead of Two Red Bull Drivers

The Autosport Podcast

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Lewis Hamilton Takes Shocking Pole Ahead of Two Red Bull Drivers

"I'm arava bravo and today. Alex cullen orcas or two sports grand prix. Editor is here to chat about today's action. Alex what an exciting session. That was louis. Bano sounded quite surprised themselves that they had secured pole position going into qualifying today. Will you expecting him to take paul. I'll be honest. no. I don't think i was. I think the surprise you could hear in beaufort voice was absolutely genuine i. They know that they're in a real close fight with boone. There's going to be very very difficult to do with dominating. The don so easily over the previous years and yet actress did have a eat. You have a bad friday. Not he's obviously with the drive shaft pizza but certainly disrupted things. Says you're peres happening. Fb one now that videos now come out. It was just an unfortunate thing where eclipse as the consequence of the fact that the teams couldn't see what was happening in the timing will tv pictures so rip was really on the back for but still has the fastest car. I don't like definitely think this is a qualifying. That red bull lost rather than mercedes one. So yeah lewis. Hamilton was brilliant. Excellent job but he himself will admit that neither of his two laps were particularly a hundred percent. Perfect is what he said he needed to being said. If you can him about listen in the press conference he says if you put the t. laps together you would have not perfect but i think we still felt both of them. There was time on the table. And you could see that. And secondly didn't improve. Both of the rebel drivers made significant errors. And actually if stopping hooks. Everything up. He's clearly on head of hamilton. I think i think it's Budget they've a tenth of a second cy another another another time rep. Who is cost themselves when they've had the fox's car

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Interview With Per Ottosson, CEO Of Artificial Solutions

The Voicebot Podcast

02:17 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Per Ottosson, CEO Of Artificial Solutions

"Parrado said welcome to the voice. Podcast thank you. brett secrete. Beer was wonderful to have you. You are relatively new artificial solutions. But you've been in the industry for a long time having a long tenure at ip soft. So you know a lot about the conversational. Ai space and it's a great time for us to be talking to you given that you've just taken over the helm of artificial solutions and sort of moving into this new direction. So i guess. Probably the first thing i would ask you to do. Is maybe introduce yourself a little bit to the listeners. And tell maybe how you got into the conversational. Ai space in and how you're influenced by maybe some of the things that you did before that absolutely so i'm a i'm a swede but i worked most of my life. I either founded companies. That were focusing. Us and europe. Or i worked in american companies. That were focusing. Us and europe and it's always been within the space of software. So that's my. That's my niche. An coming into a software industry is purely. Because i'm also interested in. I was interested in programming. And haven't done that in quite some time. But i was when i went to a what i went to high and gradually this became something that i really read about started to study all the different companies. And that's what have been in that industry since. I exited university my My first run. In with conversationally. I was i was at ip soft. And i report the cheating debate. The old time at i be solve. Chattanooga say is an absolutely inspiring innovator and that chetan started talking about baking the ultimate nations. We had into something conversational and and using that your language and started putting focus on that and the the sort of that which was called emilia one dollars. Zero was I would say seven eight maybe even nine years ago and At the time we will quite big on automation so we were probably and i would say from a software perspective the biggest automation play in the in the it operations space

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From Australia to Canada, how Indigenous people are coping with isolation one year into the pandemic

Unreserved

04:27 min | 7 months ago

From Australia to Canada, how Indigenous people are coping with isolation one year into the pandemic

"It has been almost a year since the covid. Nineteen outbreak was declared a pandemic. it's an anniversary. I'm sure many of us are not too happy to celebrate. This year has been a real challenge in the pandemic has fundamentally changed our lives but many folks have found ways to not let isolation get the best of them. I know so many people out there all around the north. Were ready to support you. I think a good storyteller reminds you that all storms pass. We've been here before but we can help to route at resilience and make them more aware of how strong young folks are this week. Unreserved how indigenous people are turning to digital communities storytelling and culture feel connected to squash those isolation blues cleo denny writer richard van camp has essentially been on a one book a year pace for two decades his latest called gathered share some secrets to great storytelling and it includes seven stories. Elders from his community have shared with him. Richard is here with us now to talk about his new book and how storytelling can help fight and banished loneliness especially during this pandemic. he joins me now from edmonton. Welcome back to the show. Richard musi cho- feeling sal. My see my friends thank you. So let's party. yes let's party. So can you tell us about your latest book gather. Oh thank you. Must he chose so. Gather really an exploration of my journey as a storyteller. For those of you. Who don't know my name. Is richard van camp. I m c show denny. I was born and raised in fort. Smith northwest territories treaty. Eight country goes born in nineteen. Seventy one and i was raised in a town. It was. It's the maty capital of the northwest territories if it's paradise schwartzman throws territories officially quadri-lingual so bush cre- dna a french and english spoken at any given time. And when i graduated from high school i ran. I went from hero to zero. Because i had no idea what i wanted to do. No idea at all. I wanted to be a break dancer. I wanted to be a minjah. i was nineteen. I had a mullet. Some pinch hickeys. And i actually had a real existential crisis. I had a midlife crisis at nineteen. Cause i was like what am i gonna do. Who am i supposed to be. And i saw that. They were looking for drivers for the handy bus. They were looking for volunteers. And when i saw that on the green screen in fort smith northwest actors. The bango channel. I realized that that was what i was going to do. I was going to volunteer. I'll start driving the elders around. Because i was a really good canadian. Really good treaty indian. I was a really good person. I was a former. But i was a really poor ki- chou denny. I didn't know anything about our language. I knew a little bit of butter culture through our mother. But you know i was so busy having fun growing up by what i realized when i showed up to begin my apprenticeship as a handy bus driver in fort smith northwest territories to the matriarchs to the lighthouses to the mama. Bear's portsmouth arthritis territories. And i'm talking about irene centers. Dora toronto seraphine evans. Emilia gate tricks. I'm talking about the sweethearts of our community. They could see right away. That i was a really hollow indigenous person culturally and that i was searching and they took me under their wings and it was bingo runs. Hospital runs medical runs. It was trips to cancers in the northern store and trips to the landslide to watch the pelicans return it was through those driving shuttling and careering the royalty of our community wherever they wanted to be that they started sharing their stories with me so gather is really about what i learned. The smartest thing. I ever did belan was i realized a few months into apprenticeship as the handy bus driver. Fort smith risk territories. No one was recording our elders. Nobody because the mistake we make as we think everybody is going to be here forever. And so i remember explicitly having this. Oh my god. If i don't record our elders and get these stories downs. I think we're going to. We're not gonna have this opportunity my message with gatherings. Don't wait to record your heroes. Honor them now.

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Saudis sporting soft-power attempt

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:27 min | 11 months ago

Saudis sporting soft-power attempt

"November twenty eighth the green lights over the greed in jeddah will go out and the first saudi arabian grand prix will into life and though twenty formula one qasr raise a mightily impressive in the start of a race. They will need to rev extra to have any hope of drowning out throughout about the propriety of this event occurring at all a row to which this very explainer is about to make a modest contribution. Let's look at the undeniable upsides. I which one take too long in and of itself. The saudi arabian grand prix will doubtless be a splendid spectacle. It is to be held on a street circuit in jeddah the precise layout remains to be confirmed but it seems certain one part of the track will conduct formula one's spelt machines down the konishi the boulevard which hugs the red sea coast. And the saudis will certainly dredge deeply from the bottomless pit of money to rent the proceedings as sumptuous extravagant as possible. It might even be of crucial importance in the context of next season. The saudi arabian grand prix will be the second lost race of the year. So if two thousand and twenty one turns out not to be yet. Another procession led by lewis hamilton. The wheel of his mercedes come at the calendar man lewis. Hamilton starts an incredible qualifying. They could still be much to play playful when the teams arrive in jeddah. So that's the good news. Then there are the reasons why this edition to the formula. One calendar is the stuff of foreign desk explainers. It is hopefully not necessary to reemphasize the variety and severity of the ways in which the saudi regime is one of the world's most repressive. We do not have all day still less all month. It is suffice to say a regime which ethically inclined businesses would tend to regard from the foreign bargepole formula one does not appear overly troubled on this front in recent years alone. Races have been held in russia as a fan bahrain and china. None of whom would be within sight of the podium at any sort of grand prix of human rights. it is probably not outrageous to suggest that formula one's principal objections to holding a race meeting in north korea. Iran equatorial guinea or turkmenistan would be logistical rather than an ethical. So we know what formula one wants from this. What's more interesting is what saudi arabia is off to. Saudi arabia has some history of recognizing the immense soft power possibilities of formula one in the late nineteen seventies and early nineteen eighty s saudi state airline saudia sponsored the uk based williams team australian driver. Alan jones carried their logo to the one thousand nine hundred world championship. Tell checkered flag often goes allen jones. what a wonderful way to pay is nineteen eighteen world championship. Riyadh's re engagement with the sport is being pitched as part of the modernizing reformist agenda of ambitious saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman though it does not feel untoward lee churlish to note that nba if to whole saudi arabia into the mid nineteenth century have made some distinctly old school d to via for example conducting a ruinous rampage in neighboring yemen and dispatching hitmen to murder a vexatious journalist the un's extrajudicial executions investigator. Agnes calamar has just released a report at pains a- damning picture of saudi arabia's role in the murder of journalists jamal has all of which is tricky to square with formula one's commitment to respect for human rights which f. one has typed out on their website and everything it promises to it says he engage in meaningful consultation with relevant stakeholders in relation to any issues raised as a result of out due diligence. A sentence which could have been designed to lull readers to sleep inside four syllables. Human rights groups are already speaking of their hope that lewis hamilton who barring mishap will be defending his seventh world championship. Next season might get out in front of this. How has grown more politically outspoken. This year in particular among the slogans on the black lives matter t shirt he wore at this year's emilia romagna grand prix was women's rights are human rights. A repeat performance would give saudi broadcasters amusing connections. Saudi arabia is clearly keen on what has become known as sports washing the tactic beloved unpleasant regimes of staging sporting circuses. In the hope that they may distract from your moral infirmities and impressed with your economic progress in recent years. Saudi arabia has hosted international gulf tennis equestrian and other tournaments formula one one of the planet's most popular television spectacles. He's a massive step up.

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What Is 'the Partnership for America’s Healthcare Future'?

Medicare for All

06:47 min | 1 year ago

What Is 'the Partnership for America’s Healthcare Future'?

"You're lucky enough to live in Iowa or one of these primary states not only are you just drowned out submerged with advertisements from the candidates but The Partnership for America's Healthcare Future Future. which is the like Orwellian slash dystopia phrase that That has come up. They come up with for the coalition that it was created basically to defeat Medicare for all so this is the Health Insurance Industry Pharma. This is the for profit hospitals. This is the Chamber of Commerce All of the powers of a line to try and undermine Medicare for all and they are actually also spending hundreds of thousands of dollars running ads in the primary states. It's and We thought we would actually Take a short break from all these candidates and talking about the candidates running for office and like like put a little bit of focus on the Partnership for America's healthcare future and how they're trying to undermine Medicare fraud shoe. Listen to this ad or sure. Okay Get ready to enjoy some good old fashioned advertising. We come from different walks of life but we agree on one important thing. We don't want WanNa be forced into a one-size-fits-all government insurance system. The politicians may call it medicare for all medicare buying or the public option. But they mean the same thing a higher taxes or higher premiums lower quality care politicians and bureaucrats in control of our health care. We can't afford one size. Fits all planned and we need to fix. What's broken? Start over so What was your first take? That was like a lot a lot of gobbledygook thrown at us in the span of thirty seconds. Every single possible talking point smashed into thirty seconds sometimes sometimes repeated two or three times. You know you don't you shouldn't be afraid of one. Size fits all healthcare. I don't know if you've ever had it before. It's like a ill-fitting sweater sweater. You know. When I lived in England everyone basically does have the same healthcare and it turns out? The comprehensive healthcare fits every single person. AH regardless of your body size. That's right. I mean every single person has a body. So I kind of like the idea of one-size-fits-all home insurance. No the name of this. This ad which you can see on Youtube is called same thing and actually what they're arguing. I think the main argument of the AD is that Medicare for all is the same exact thing as a medicare buy in and a public option. So why the hell are they renting this in in primary states like Iowa and what's the point of like conflicting those those two. I wonder any any expansion of public health insurance. is perceived to be threat. I think which is a strategic mistake on on their part I think because it rather than co opting One of the more more corporate solutions like a public option. They A. They'd rather just go all in against any sort of reform which I think is going to backfire on them. Yeah I mean they've they've stated that one of their goals the partnership schools is to keep Medicare for all and public option off of the Democratic Party Platform Twenty twenty which seems very unlikely given that every candidate it under stages backing one of those two And I I guess it's confusing to me like WH- every debate medicare for all. Is the number one issue in the presidential in and the democratic debate and all in the main thing they talk about is how different. Their healthcare plans are So people are constantly exposed. The huge gap between a Medicare medicare for all proposal and a public option. Buying and these guys are like running ads swimming upstream like trying to convince you that basically they're the same thing Another thing that struck me in there. I mean. Do you think that this is GonNa work. Like who are they trying to help one candidate win. Or what do you think. The goal is ultimately Emilia running these ads targeted at Democratic primary states. Yeah whatever their plan is It's not actually working all. The ads have not only failed to really make a dent in public opinion about single payer but they've also failed to prevent The more you're liberal candidates like Sanders and Warren. From doing well in Iowa on factor in fact sanders is surging right now And in two thousand sixteen trump won the IRA fifty one to forty one. And if the polling today is correct If you know we were in the general and Iowa was voting. Today he'd win by a smaller smaller margin against any Democratic candidate reforming from you know the public option. Democrats to the all out Medicare for all Democrats Democrats by only six point spread Went up against you know Sanders or Warren So what is the lesson here. Money can't buy you love. Yeah they haven't won my love yet. I wonder I mean the other thing that's interesting is they're kind of they're they're imposing the same. They're they're trying to punish certain candidates for running on these issues But they're imposing the same costs on candidate support Medicare for all and a public option. So there's there's really no disincentive for Democrats to support Medicare for all and it's also I think a lesson about how you know. I think the Democrats who are pushing a public option. They're saying thing. Hey look this more moderate choice. It's not GonNa get the full opposition of the healthcare industry right We're just going to tinker around the edges. We're going to expand access a little that we're gonNA try and do things here and there to not make healthcare right but to like expand coverage Maybe make things a little less horrible But they are actually really triggering the full opposition of the healthcare industry the same exact Resources and money and messaging that Medicare will fight gets So the establishment government is going to have to come up with another reason to taxing pair over a public option because in terms of political feasability I don't really see an advantage advantage anymore. Exactly this gets to the core. The most common pushback we hear on Medicare for all his political feasibility. And that's like a reason to do a public option instead it turns out that there's the same existential crisis in the healthcare industry. That and I mean it's worth remembering. The partnership is not just the health insurance industry. It's also also Pharma. It's also hospitals. It's also chambers of commerce and all of these groups have agreed to fight a public option equally to fighting Medicare for all so much so that they're running ads trying to convince you that the same exact thing which is incredible to

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Italy's Salvini loses 'aura of invincibility' in Emilia setback

BBC Newshour

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Italy's Salvini loses 'aura of invincibility' in Emilia setback

"To Italy now and Matteo salvini leader of the country's right wing anti immigrant league had invested much time and energy in his attempts to win the election in the region of Emilia Romagna however in a closely fought contest the left wing Democratic Party and governor Stefan open a genie prevailed addressing cheering supporters Mr Banacek bona Cheney said he'd like to see his success repeated across the country and he called for more civility in politics what is the Charlie Charlie that terminal the blanket is of the now let's face it these protesters who call themselves the sardines so the two filling the squares and asking for a politics it's not just composed a full guarantee anger and resentment the more polite and peaceful politics one that is respectful of those who should not be considered enemies but only political opponents well let's go to a silly now and speak to our correspondent up mark Levin marker a significant defeat for Matteo salvini area a pretty significant defeats runs here because he was throwing everything that's trying to win this regional election just a reminder of where this is its immediate on mine yeah region of northern Italy that is the home of Ferrari Lamborghini rich cities like Bologna Palmer and Montana and it is being the stronghold of the left since the second World War and so my things and Vini aims to trying to wrest control of the media manana believing that if it fell to the fall rights to to the rights of the far right that he could potentially that content to destabilize the government coalition and from fresh elections which polls suggest he would win and therefore he would become its lease first fall right pocket as prime minister as it happens there was a mass mobilization by the left they used this street movements they were called the son teams that you hurt the roof referring a referral to that in that click buy stuff and I've won a genie it was a big anti sodomy street movement and they managed to hold on to it with a fairly comfortable win of a fifty percent so it is a big blow to Montana some Vinny and his hopes of managing to come back and to to to to to to to get control of any of the money for the first time in seventy five yes the anti right wing movement that you mentioned how much of it was informed by the desire for more civil discourse in the political landscape well they certainly feel at the antics of the movement that that but there was something he represents he treats discrimination the ghosts of its lease wartime parts they say that he is neo fascist that he even evokes echoes of Mussolini he strongly rejects or that he says that he simply wants to make Italians proud to be Italian again but he is a you know he's got a hard on to my good line a couple of weeks ago during the campaign he went up to the the house of a Tunisian family in the region and rang the doorbell and said all you drug dealers that please his supporters they see him as a kind of hard to sort of your stress a kind of a people's man a man of the people but his opponents say he is somebody who's very very divisive and they would very much like civility to returns with how in politics but the thing is that he also represents change in in a fairly kind of dry and also fight Italian political scene in and that is something that that that refreshes many of his supporters so yes he's failed in to to win I mean there are mine yet but he will be back and he will be very much a force to be reckoned with from the sidelines from the opposition side lines of Italian politics and he will he will very much either hope that that he will be able to win a future regional election I'm forced to a a collapse of this fairly unhappy shaky coalition government the rules it's at the moment mark learn how correspondent at in a silly joining us from the capitol in grand

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Salvini looking for redemption in Italian regional elections

BBC World Service

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Salvini looking for redemption in Italian regional elections

"Voting is beginning in local elections in the Italian region of Emilia Romagna it's being seen as a showdown between the government and the far right party of Matteo salvini mark Levin reports a median Romagna is home to Ferrari and Lamborghini and rich cities like Bologna and Palmer and it's been the stronghold of the left since the second World War but Matteo salvini is hoping for a political shock by winning control in the regional election with his heart and T. microcline and promise of change if he clinches it Italy's shaky coalition could collapse from the pressure which might Spock elections that could sweep him to power as the country's first fall right populist prime

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"emilia" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"emilia" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"Walk into blazing isn't trails. The newly rebooted blazing trails where we bring you. Conversations with leaders who move US inspire us and make us think a match EFI senior director here at salesforce and to start off this show we are going to bring you some of the best conversations from dream force all presented by wordpress today. Emilia Clarke many of you know I'm sure from her role. Kalihi on game of thrones what you might not know is her personal story two brain aneurysms. That left her fighting for her life. I just as her star was rising so now here she is take listened to Amelia. Clark onstage at Dream Force with Dr Bennett Amal Ladies Ladies and gentlemen. Let's welcome Dr Bennett. Malu and Emilia Clarke Nice. Thank you so much for having a meeting very calm. What an honor for me to be sharing the stage with Amelia?.

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"emilia" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

12:40 min | 1 year ago

"emilia" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"Over sixty now to listen to so you'll sorted for the Christmas period so excited to have this guest the Christmas cracker that she is immediate clock coming up on table. The stunning Emilia Clarke has just walk through the door with Mike Gear. Huge amount of gifts. I call waiting for you. Guys is to the fun like one of that Christmas themes wow yeah but it's filled with lead single one of them each for like saying 'cause I figured babies might be well into August as the ideas they like like the biscuits and kind of like a bull jammie dodgers but of HOV chocolates in the shape of like Johnny Dawson. I knew my said just before you came. I won't shocked I loved. I was like my joy I was saying I was trying to work out because it's time to go show all played. That's very close to me. So and they were like your regular racing. I yeah like a need. Someone once told me that if you crave chocolate dark chocolate in which is what I like Chin trained myself to like stop. I mean Yeah White Chocolate all day obviously with your yeah but then when I started getting into dark chocolate someone told me that when you crave it. It's your craving oxygen. Oh I had. It was my lease him or something. It's like some genuine because you know you get those cravings especially like it's like a white shark period this Ah yes elected stuff in it so yes I get well into that and kind of try and enjoy it. So you'd like boy over chocolates. You'll chocoholic. Are you sick to death of Christmas yet. So so we show it last year around Christmas so we should all before Christmas than we took two weeks off to have our own Christmas and then carried on. Its it's kind of what also of well because we were filming and at Christmas filming it in London where it's all Christmas anyway just like amazing all it did make all of our in Christmases the most exhausting things you've ever like because we'll let this isn't a movie where the ferry lights on crowd like. What's it okay? Yeah yeah he's crazy. Yeah crazy ring shaped Asians good. Yes yes genuinely as so okay. Yeah is there are some way but no he was jealous. Brilliant you get lost in the moment for second. Yeah especially anyway. It's a really romantic. Seen the thing about me hen was like I didn't I didn't know there was we was. We was so like friends. Unprofessional that it like. There was nothing like an amine this with such sincerity. There was nothing it was just like a lovely case. Like the wasn't I mean and you like it was like a movie okay fine. Yeah and it wasn't meant to be so I think all of that kind of played into my needs. See The fucking thing off in Rome calms my favorite especially Christmas Rome. Well it's a very very very British wrong calm in there. It's like Komo than a room. Come and it's my music all over the shop. And then as an he's unreleased one that he he made right before he died. And it's rolling on the credit. Wow so it's kind of amazing that poor an older screenings was like stay for the credits and I'm like stop telling them what to do if they want to stay. They could just like I heard you on Craig David Greg Jack. Sorry James's Breakfast show a couple of stints since on it when you're not doing one but he told me that you like the Po cost. That's the region's reason no here. Thanks Berg but yeah you were doing. I don't know what this game is that he does. But you like honestly you hate the pokes Song it off fairy tale of Christmas. It's really bad. Yeah your yeah. He's just one of those songs is. That just makes me sad every time if all the Christmas songs you've got so many amazing options and then there's and then with that one I just I just gather EH COMBS CIGNA Product Phil Knight may be one of the Post Brexit Academy show is just really solidify with you love Oriented very good. That is so drunk and high rash kind of kind of brilliant. Like an I like. We Show in Belfast. For Ten he is I love. I Rish Sing Song in the pub. Get it down your neck all love. I absolutely love it but this is so when you're doing this. Game of thrones. Yeah I mean we would like for however long we have to be there on the last couple of seasons that basically left ten all Howe H. E. ED all nine trendy. Everyone's patting Motrin and patron. Yeah and film to Salaam Philadelphia but people don't like a lot of connections here. What I feel like okay and does does the name of it doesn't the captain? Do you know the captain the captain. Okay Dave Morgan Rhino. It would be like yes. The captain to the Common Public Siri wasn't series and we live together when we were filming. I guess home well we do we do. I mean we. We haven't lived together for a very long time because we went to boarding school like in the amount of time time when by the time we started living together in Belfast and so there were few Lake Ben Series and each like screw that job on that John and I need you to pop it in the coverage like four and then and then he'd wash up only his stuff and run. It was the most magic thing in the world coming back home and having been that every once in a while I'll be in the both would be closed and we're just having hit an officer Nyala wherever and having shot and but it was just lovely we already pretty well heeled or younger. He's older he's like I think they they which you'd call us. Irish twins is not what they so. He's like a half. Yeah not not not quite yeah two hundred two. Yeah exactly. That's been a nice we're ready. We're really close so an growing up. Yes it was you Bamiyan Ben and in your parents and like who's cooking. My Dad knew my mom was the way my dad's a yes as like when I think about my childhood and I think about my family. It's just food it really. That was how my Dad Express love. Obviously but my my mom does three things and she doesn't very well come. She hasn't done the chocolate mason a very long time but she makes them mean chocolate because she would inhale like a if you gave her a slab. Jerry mocha sides of the table. Probably gone in about overbites like she's she's a Chocoholic and then she would do lamb chops and women shoot you US lamb chops and Sal Nevada love and my mom loves a good lamb chops. So she would. Do she would do that. And we we would do that and salad in a bag and then to the point where it was so infamous that like my dad's was the only one he did the cooking in the village that we live in where we're already really close visit visit. None in and I was in all village where we live is appropriate community. An when I was in hospital on neighbors are amazing. Neighbors came to the hospital with lamb chops and salad in a bag. Oh you know what I mean Kaz just like our. Yeah our family's kind of but my dad would cook as kids. You know the smell of like doe he would make us homemade pizzas with like wholemeal dough and then he'd make us chicken curries hit maker but all of it now. I know who was like with a superior pilot I mean none of it was bland soon. I was a kid. I didn't know how how to say spicy so used to call it Minty Semi Dad. It'd be nice a bit minty but so it would be me with VAT of Yoga pretty much anything cook. Yeah because because he loves Jerry. My brother Love's jealousy. Yes we spy. His bag bowl's always hod like trade knees in unlike him like he really went Some people chicken kicked damage in which I'd always navigating around. Yeah Yeah how food proper Roeper Food Foodie. But then it also make a club sandwich that was like the greatest thing you've ever eaten like he just would make the most simple food superior what what did he put his everything thing but like he'd get light the best breads and then it be toasted to perfection. And then you have the best mayonnaise. And and then you have like your iceberg lettuce and smokey fit cut bacon then. He'd marinate that chicken in light white wine and garlic. No he wasn't like grill. It like that and flatiron himself like pounder out. He's butchering in the kitchen. All the time pounder out and then have the next layer of bread and then they'd be your fresh rush tomatoes in it like it's just all of the stuff there's regular but you just like tempted basically all of the food that we would eat what what did he do is job. He was a sound designer. I started life as a result of life is an art student and then as a row d. in a band and like just tried every drug under the planet and like a massive Pippi and then found his way into sound Mr Resident and the national for ages. Fourteen did musicals toured around the world. Did you work year. My MOM'S MY MOM MS. I'M GONNA put it ready basically because I still didn't quite get it a businesswoman and always has been so she was my dad. Was this like free wheeling free loving creative zippy and my mom was so if you much when they met and then my mom was like the seventies climate zone with her revlon nails read her like Perm so who who. Where was he getting all his influences from all so he literally food is such a big part? Like you could try. I could tell you my parents stories from like when they first tried garlic when they first best meal was that kind of nostalgia than let my dad was always into food as a kid he was rule Rampton Move Rampton. Two and his mom was like you know she cooked but it was never full of like mass amounts of e lovely food and then for his remember walk. Birthday must've baby was young. He was under ten fuel birthday and he was like a one a gauge. This restaurant. Then look into this restaurant and that's where he tried rated I think that's professionally when he tried garlic and then they were well off enough to go to to go on holidays and so he went to Spain to France. That was when he tried different spices. Different flavors in display his mind and from then on no matter how poorly was how little money he had because he went through most of his life with like. It's not pennies to put together. He would get his tin of Sardines and his thing of race and do whatever he could to like. Make it into like oh I love hair. Sounds amazing saying and he try feet from all over the world he he passed away three years ago but I'd be speaking about him and his food love with with just the same amount of vigorous. I refused to hear a Yuga Kirk. I can be a good cook like if you give me an auto Langi Cookbook Algo gaumont. Yeah like me and my brother did all the Christmas Turkey. Okay what was on the menu so we did a Turkey which largely was the only thing that didn't work and then we we did. We had like twenty four people round. We did. I think we did like fifteen different. Cy Allow so we just essentially go to Langi and salina's cookbook. Oh Yeah did you roasted spout yet. Yeah we did arrested route to that Kale and we did a car. Memorials did but we did loads needs and notes and people just basically ignored the Turkey..

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"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

15:05 min | 2 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Ever was the son of God. There's no reason he would have needed to far unless God was like. I want my son to know what it's truly like to be human so he must have gas to truly understand news. Okay but you know also Jesus was real and he founded. WHOA yes? There really was a man named Jesus. Jesus Christos Jesus was a nice man. Clearly Carpenter yeah. Great Message and forgive thy neighbor and I'm sure sure he fired. It has ever been awesome. He can turn water into wine so what was pointing out that all the miracles he performed modern man could perform so he turned water into wine. which if you had kool-aid back then zero BC and you added kool-aid to water people like what the fuck just happen? He made this into wine. It's not wine. It's cool eight but they won't know that until they didn't get drunk cable. This is a stretch. This is a big stretch. He the He turned water into wine. He walked on water. I you that I can water ski. I can jet SKI. I can always to walk on water. he might. I'm just back from the future from nine hundred eighty nine Hula jetskis. He parted the seas. Had He do that. I can't partic- but I could build L. Damn that would just stop by building dams and then just emptied the middle. Okay sure bad example anyways rigging Paul. Let's be honest bags. The kool-aid one's really good. No it's not because that's not wine but the sugar will know there's food colouring sugar coloring. That's all you have to imagine your twelve BC person you've never seen red fluid bright other than blood. Share point is is. Is that person's going to write down oil watch man perform a miracle turned water into wine. My point is I could go back twelve. ABC Right now with a packet of Koolade and they would think I turned water into wine. That's my so you'd be tricky now. Of course right of course of course anyway last Christmas s yes is a movie starring Melia Clark and you didn't even mean that at at CNN. That's really crazy because I started singing it yesterday. Wow I wonder if you subconsciously. Remembered that because we were talking gain about it for episode is okay because it's too coincidental. It just confirms that I mean your Father's simulation because my dad cares hears about this or we'll just simulating so there's GonNa be lots of coincidence. Oh all right okay. It seems like the architects are paying too much attention to detail. If they're making this coincidence because my dad wouldn't really care about this no you want it. He ought not at all so he needs this show to be good for his simulation so he planted the architect plan at the C.. To me yesterday I'm accidentally doing. It's perfect timing. It looks like I'm a genius and I came up with song for her thing. I mean I'm using the word genius loosely. Say even quite say that right anyways I do think that this is all part of his. We've been talking about the topic of genius lately. Yes yeah it's been a long standing. I want it's not a debate. We're just it's like flushing out. Fleshing out some thoughts on what is genius. Yes yes yes yes you have a kind of a specific definition which I think holds water. Yeah because I guess Guess Museum. You're sort of abutting up against the idea of talent versus genius. I think they're very separate and I think he'd think they're a little more or mixed. I do especially when you get into like a realm of only four people can do it on planet earth at a seven billion people when you get into that realm to me that that points to the genius. I understand where you don't think so. I think the point you made which is really good as a incumbent on a genius or to be defined as a genius you must further your discipline and break new ground. Yes and you have to be seeing whatever it is is in your field. You have to be seeing things like four steps ahead like you have to be anticipating where the field is going to go see things that no one else can see also also connected to that is like starting something from scratch okay again but this is world go like okay so frozen one. I read that script gap. What Kristen did wasn't there wasn't on the page and it kind of it? Push that thing. In the direction I think was ultimately really positive and unique and fresh tomatoes. All her tally interpretation of that. It written scripts yeah. I think there's some genius. I am totally understand. I think you're very valid point but I think we need room. I'm for like the CAN only be like writers and I even mean riders in terms of like writers of theories of relativity the authors of things. I wouldn't even call those people writers though they had to write it down. But they're to me. Those are not writers there there Scientists raters. or I guess I met. Yeah you have to be a creator to be a genius. I think implicit ingenious the creation. Do you think dancer can be genius. Like some of these beller ballerinas or of Mikhail Baryshnikov. I think I would only categorize them genius. If they are making dance up non discipline right. They either mentioned new discipline or they're choreographing. These dances themselves. So they're seeing something out of nothing but just being. I don't know if McHale Baryshnikov can do that. or He's just a phenomenal execute or of some other. Phenomenal all hyper talented dancer I'm more likely to put the person who created Swan Lake in in the genius category as opposed to the dancer who can execute even though. I think that person is incredibly talented. Yeah it's interesting I. I just think that there's very few people that could have read frozen and turned it into what she turned it into like. I don't think that's a skill barely anyone has. I can't think of another person that could have done it. That can sing and do that. And make the character three dimensional and create an archetype that would not even seen into Disney princess. Movie Somehow to get from that written script that I read to what it is. I think there's some genius is there. Yeah that's nice. you think your wife said genius. I think that's lovely Oh I wrote something here that I wanted to talk about. I was listening to podcast. I listened to the Bachelor podcast. Yes a girl that was on the Bachelor Melissa. Ri- Croft is the one we saw beaches. No that was the same season that that was molly and Jason. Jason was the bachelor and he picked Melissa and then picked his second choice. Molly I loved. How excited you are made me like you so much more? I get very excited by bachelor in the in the re revelation that you listened to a Bachelor podcast I love I like it. It's Melissa and her husband tie and it's called logically irrational. I'm going to give them big shout. Shout he's a logically irrational irrational. They talk about reality. TV which. I'm not super up to date on so I generally listen to the first half because that's just chatting And one of the episodes recently this is gonNA come full circle. Because I heard this and then maybe they'll hear this. Gosh keep spiralling sake keeps bouncing back and forth but they were talking about our episode with Keeton All E. Yeah it was a huge pop out for me because I am laying bed. Get ready to go to sleep. Turn this on. And you're the subject of their taller. You are we are we are. I mean I'm not you bet. No I don't come up once but but we we as a as an entity are felt. So Weird burda yeah. I don't like the simulation yes. My Dad's simulations getting a little out of hand spray on the nose. Yeah he got like a package I think when he picked his simulation it was you could pick between like Subaru realistic. A little heightened or like fairy tale and. I think he might have picked fairytale retail. That's nice for him. If you'RE GONNA pick why can't you who wouldn't pick theory to sell. People love their similitude. I wanted to feel extra real. They just Rosenbaum's podcast to listen tie. These aren't them okay. Love and I stopped. I stopped watching bachelor a while ago but I do. This is so embarrassing. I do sometimes watch old episodes. So does the bachelor from that season. I have four episodes downloaded on itunes every now and then I need to feel safe I watch. Can I ask you some questions about this Serious so you're laying in bed by the way I I. I've never heard them so. I'm not being critical of them at all. So I'm picturing you lying lying in bed and you're listening to your two favorite bachelor's one one. She's she's not. She wasn't on the Bachelor. Not What No. Oh she was a contestant on the show she won but then got broken up with her. Her podcast is with her current husband. Who was not on? No okay okay. All right so sorry honestly honestly. I'm trying my hardest. So when you're listening there just chatting and you feel like Oh they're in love is that what the is that the appeal. He'll yeah what's the appeal. Well I do like that. Of course. That's a nice well. Let's not necessarily your brand. You Love Romance Stories Stories. I Love Romance Stories. I got all the shows. We brought no listen all the shows that we've consumed together in the last six years. They're not in the genre on Rove romance it's an fifty shades of grey. Oh I would not call that. We don't watch Twilight no we don't watch romance movies or TV maybe shows. TV shows depending there's normally a romance in most TV shows with Rome's yeah all the shows. Yeah and I liked that part. They wouldn't be in the genre of Romance. There's a genre of romance okay. Yeah everything wants her. Name's been in. That was in wedding crashers. Originally nearly everything. She's in his would be filed under the romance category. You're right you know. There's certain directors they they direct romantic movies. Yeah and so when I'm finding out. Is that you you really like that. Well I do I mean I love Rom Com do while yes has. That's what something you mindy share in common. Oh Yeah mini calen-. She loves her. Mom comes in you too and I knew that about you right and you think that's an Indian thing I think it's Not Indian specific but I think Growing up feeling like excluded or on the outside of those types of relationships yeah it makes it heightens though. Yeah sure that's all true anyways so when you're listening to them talk. Yeah are you like oh I wish I was in this relationship. No what feelings are you having during you get horny listening climbing offended. I'm like liked that. You said I'm sorry that make you horny. No they're they're they're pretty conservative. Yeah I I don't know why I it just for some reason I find them comforting. I think it's because she reminds me of old time in my life Okay so there's like a nostalgia aspect to it. They have a fun banter and I liked it. I like literally. They're entertaining or you wouldn't listen to right so anyway anyway but they started talking about the episode and I did get really like on edge bure waiting. I was waiting waiting to hear something. Negative are so similar in that way. Well because she was talking about you and cates flirting and the way you communicate and how I like you do when you type this to me and I read the word flirty I then prepared for a terrible outcome. Right see yes exactly and it was inappropriate appropriate or something. Yeah and she was mainly just like questioning to access together talking. What is that? Bring up and you you know. Should there be Florida's or what would the wife think all these things anyway. But but let's just make a statement really quick for America because there were or a few very few but there are a few comments on instagram. You guys don't need to worry about Kristen. I don't do anything that Kristen hasn't approved or feel great about so no one needs to worry. She's a very confident person. She knew kate was coming in. She could care less and she'll let me know if there's an issue so needs it's a really protective of her. She's she's quite a able to protect herself. And I mean I think we all sort of operate under the notion that just because something ends doesn't mean it has to disappear or that you have to shut our feelings completely and you you can sort of stay in healthy boundaries and keep these human relationships positive Anyway but they only talking about it for a minute. Yeah but I was very on edge you feel like the like you were being filmed. I felt like they were like in my house. It was such a weird feeling broke the fourth wall. Aw Crazy you will you love it ultimately right. Because it didn't it wasn't negative it was not negative and they call and they said they acknowledged that you're really smart I liked. Oh Oh that makes me happy now. Big Fans wait no big Fan fan of theirs. Yeah sure Okay Ka Lisi yes. Amelia Clark Clark was so exciting to have her she was so fun so five..

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"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

15:40 min | 2 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"No one knew what it was. It was so no any what it was for a while for so wasn't allowed to any painkillers for awhile whole Jeez. I'm in like a Ame in north London on a Saturday night at this point and the nurse you saw me. Her husband was a brain surgeon and she was like. I think I know what this is. Let's get you in for brain scan. And then they saw that there was massive amounts of bleeding on the brain right so now we know what to do. I managed to have the good fortune again to the hospital to take care of that the next morning. We have have the surgery so they go through your groin. You're exactly and they go up around your heart and into your brain Glenn so where the weakness was in the vein in my brain the blood as it pumps and your body foster and foster foster it forms a little bubble on that weakness because it's not robust enough to just keep going and the brain hemorrhage itself is that bubble bursts Is it an embolism before it. POPs is in an embolism and then when it pops. It's an aneurysm awesome. No it's an aneurysm. Before it pokes it's a hemorrhage hammered. Yeah find out what embolism so then as your blood is continue to run your body. It's now escaping out and when that happens you lose a bit of your brain as soon as there's a part of your brain that doesn't get blood to it. It just dies in that moment. Swat what strike is Oh and so they got where that hole was and put copper wires to stop the blood from escaping any further and continue going around and because I was young. I didn't lose anything that was affected my all or exactly what I saw that I had and they saw that I had another one on the other side anyway so three weeks Nas portal. Hell terrible had a single dysphasia. Which essentially way you you look in so you can't speak cute Amelia for three weeks? You have that no. I had that for about three days again. I was young enough that they ended up pumping me full of adrenaline. That like doc that got rid of it yes. That was super difficult. I just got to be the most claustrophobic kind of panicky feeling you can. Nabbed wasn't making any sense. Yeah it was pretty dog. Gosh but anyway so we get through all of that and I'm okay and then I leave hospital within about about five weeks. I was back to work as you really quick question about this at any point during this are you like Oh my God this is GonNa be public. This is embarrassing. This is I just don't want that'd be associated with Did any of that cross your mind to wait to figure out that I wasn't going to die for food. They could tell. Hbo What had happened. And that was probably about as much. which is I was ever GonNa tell anyone right? And isn't it funny because why like I agree. I can relate yet some weakness of character that you had you something I think because I was so it almost like it was never even an option of me saying it to anyone so it was just like well I need to figure out what this is is and I don't want to give that to anyone else to figure out. Fool me what they think it is because I need to work out what this is for me. I don't WanNa get back to work. I'm fucking he on a wing in a hope and a prayer. I'm like a young bright with zero experience. He's probably not very good unload those what this is all. We fight in a second so my God I need to like. Yeah pretty to them. That I'm worth being here and me having a brain hemorrhage isn't going to help well. This is a deeply personal experience. Anything that deeply personal. You're probably why not excited to example exactly yes so why. We didn't really tell many people. The second season was really difficult. Because you have this thing called fatigue regardless regardless of what of whatever kind of brain injury you get whether you have the misfortune of having a serious lifelong injury or whether you're you're just like me and you just you miraculously escaped with everything saying tact. But you do have fatigue so filming hours were just like I. I was on morphine trying desperately through the day. Oh really but then did you feel like were you nervous. I was going to affect acting and all I thought it was. I thought that was is gone with my ability to act consist anything and the second one happened and then I was really like well. That's it I'm never going to art again. This isn't the first one was two thousand thirteen. Thirteen eleven in the second was she. Doesn't that after the first one it do you go. Oh my God. I'm vulnerable to this. Are you obsessed with it. Happened again again. Not the first one happened and I was. It wasn't is this going to happen again because they were like you have. There's one another side. We just need to be aware of it but it was more that so this this this is in my experience of being nearly fatally ill. Is that your Inositol for X.. Men Time this goes for anything you could have concert. You could have a broken leg. You could be be getting a tooth out. Whatever is you in hospice affects money time and in that time? Everyone is telling you that you are sick. Everyone is telling that you need to take care. Everyone is telling that you need these beeps and you need these pills and you need these things and you need to be watched an. It's constant and you're surrounded by other sick people and then you fuck leave leave and you're like oh all I wanted was fresh air and a bath and now I'm here and I'm not allowed to be here because you just told me for three. I'm ill to take care the. What am I am not safe? I don't feel safe and with brain injuries. I found that it's not just me that thinks this but as soon as that happens it's way you brain is its way you'll all personality is it's it's way you yeah black as soon as that becomes something you'll calling into a question and that can be on any level with mental health as well but especially with an injury where you like. My Buddy failed me. How in God's name and I expect to wake up every morning and feel safe within myself so you get super protective of yourself because I have this invisible thing? You can't see see that I'm sick but I know that I am so bit by bit carefully. Careful you build yourself back up and build your resilience backup and you build your kind of your trust backup opened yourself but it takes a second. Yeah do you row buses fuck because you're like. Hey I saw the other side and I'm good I I think that's the thing would trauma in general which is like oh the the trauma of being molested is simply that I believe that the people on Earth were all benevolent and Nice. And then someone's shatters your world view and you go. Oh at eight years old. There are bad guys are people around that are GonNa try to take advantage of you in such a radical shift in in your world view that it's very scary similarly. You've never worried about your brain your head. I'm thinking about Iran and now all of a sudden you go. Oh I'm in this world where my brain can hemorrhage yeah yea very worldview change. Yes it was that for a minute it for a little while and then I was doing the show on Broadway end of my sag medical knows like aldous go get brain scan wall here and wallets painful and and so I went in and they were like Whoa. There's other ones doubled in size to operate. Now we'll have a preventative surgery. Nothing of so fine scary but okay fine and in that surgery as often happens it went wrong. Oh the coils got stuck and I had a major bleed. Oh so it was a much biggest stroke. They woke me up on the table. And we're like we need to crack head open and and fix this. Can you do that on mean so I'd gone to sleep being peace out out. See you in two hours and I wake up in like the excruciating Ferguson's here exactly and so that was way more life or death breath than the last one my mom and dad whether they shave some of your head and they. They were amazing. They didn't I have Koskoff from here to here. So for my ear to like the very top of my middle. And because of what my boys they shaved the minimal amount so so they kept some heroin. This suddenly kept somehow. And that's how I can't tell you now looking at. What was the recovery time from that? That was Mak- mega with the other one. My Body could handle it but when you have leisure wind someone cracks or brain when they get a sorry listeners. Soren you cut in your skull and stitch that puppy back together again. That's such an epic amount of trauma for your body. Yes and then. Ironically every time my left the hospital I Bang my head every taxi I got into do the one thing meant to be taken care all man. I can't take care of it. Oh that was really difficult. I come from a family of raised to be like it. New never allowed to say poor me. Yes pity. Haiti is not a fucking emotion that we have in this household say like taken elsewhere and with the second one I was just like I'm trying really hard to not be like why needed a happen again. But it sucked because I was only just getting over the first one and then the second one him but all of these things led me to go. I mean I like the new point nope essential to what have had and to survive with no major repercussions and now because they're both done how sounding of what's going on my brain rain than most people. Yeah so I get to be like. Oh no I'm completely fine because you never d- cocaine pretty much. Well that's very good though Jason. Okay so obviously as a result of all that you you started saying you you. Yes is to broaden neuro rehabilitation access for young people after they have brain injuries or strokes. Yes but here. You've started a charity to help people. It's very admirable and so what are the mechanics of that. How do you promote it? Raise money how do people get involved with it. Yes this is something that we we started. It started as me wanting to get a sofa for the family room in the first hospital. 'CAUSE my family would come in. Like Kirk Sinn Fein Dhabi to sleep defined you find me. He goes like fucking uncomfortable. And I'm in hospital and so we started is that and then I just wanted to give it back. I just wanted to give back so badly because I was so beautifully taken care of if and I was so grateful to be alive literally and then the second one happened and I was like okay. This is crazy. I'm alive again how I cheated the death once more. This is absolutely insane. A half to help people because I was in the very fortunate position of being able to have a supportive loving family and people around me to be able to hold me up and and make sure that I was okay. I'm missing that I was talking about about you. Leave Hospital and you feel scared regardless of what the thing is so there was this this huge white space at the moment for brain injury which is recovery go in and they fix your brain but no one fixes your mind man. It's such a head..

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"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Superfan of their shave about this show that I've ever had about some when this character took the return. Yes season eight season eight. Yes you're on social media right. I'm on instagram. But you are on instagram. I I'm very selective with winstrom. I'm lazy instagram. Oh God anyone who's listening in his like water new personal everyone you know along. These seven seasons has been like probably just putting a bunch of like really positive energy at you I guess yes as then. There's a big turn where how sume a lot of people are putting some negative energy Zhao. This is where it pays off that I've spent my entire time of game of thrones never believing anything that I said never taking anything that anyone said at any real value really just like my negative voice shouting far louder than anyone saying anything nice because I was always in the back of my mind I was like Oh great with successful now. We won't be tomorrow every chance that we won't be tomorrow so for that I'm base-level aware at a google myself at radio here and now regardless people have very sweetly said lovely things. I've got a lot of fan theories that I've got a load of like if I had it my way right. Oh I'm I'm sure But I definitely the worst thing that anyone said and this was painfully. Close the show. I was at my mom's house switches in the countryside in Oxfordshire and I went to wait chose to get some eight and it was the day after episode episode. Fine right we had to say it was six episodes. Wasn't it. Yeah so this was. I had never seen seen what that looked like until I watched it. Obviously because I don't need on the green screen stuff and I was in Waco's and this woman looked at me when you're brave to be outside the Mike and I was like. Oh my God. I started welling up all. I didn't need that. Thanks honey okay. But by now by going to I don't need any food I'm just GONNA leave with. That was at the beginning middle and end of my bad experiences with regards. Doc I'm human being. Yeah and I'm not actress Denarius. I cheated needed on my Fiance on a TV show and on twitter twitter. It was just like fucking piece of shit like me. That people can d'alene on that topic. That was probably my only last thought I wanted to bring up game does is poor King Joffrey right for that same reason and yeah I mean by the way Jen of the best the best villains I ever saw like. Xm Eight never been screaming for people people to kill somebody like him. And I do think I read at some point years ago. That like he just didn't want to act after that he's bright but it wasn't wasn't because of that experience I think he regardless he's a super super super smart boy he went to go study. I think philosophy at Trinity. You mean he was. It was not for the characters sake that he didn't act. I think it was. He was like these my brain Linda different way so I think it was much more that I think it was much when he was like out of fun. An experience. Being an actor as a kid for a minute and nominee go study and see where that takes me. Yeah no Lena used to get such all. Yeah Shame Name Yeah. Yeah Oh wow okay. You've had an incredible career even outside of that show which of course. That's why feel guilty though I've spent so much time on it but you did breakfast at Tiffany's and he's was that your Broadway debut all. Why is not good into is not reviewed? Well Oh it was not good to visit difficult. I'm desperate to get back on the desperate artistic because the drama school I want to be on the stage loads that it wasn't a good experience reviews or did you have fun doing it. The Russell prices was the the happiest. I think I'd been ever ever was like Britain New York in those and having a five minutes time and then it was just a bit of a kick. Bollock scramble of trying to get everything together. I think we maybe should have had that. Play tour brush it up a little bit opened on Broadway. Ah Role I'm desperate to get back on the stage to myself. I can still do. Well you will and then my next question is you did terminator. And did you work with them job. I did do a A. It's going to be a good day. Yeah did you like me before you. Yeah the shark the wonderful director. I have the enormous joy as being God mom to Kayce together. Yeah Yeah for sure. Okay what was it like doing star wars really interesting because like that's public knowledge that everything what happened that the directors oh that they switch started off that and then run by our. Where were you guys at for that? Would you go to all crazy. Oh just London London. I guess what I'm curious is like. You're in game of thrones biggest team show of all time and then you offered Star Wars. which is I think is maybe the biggest property of all time? Yeah in film. Yeah and you know. Are you over the imposter complex. Or does it get one hundred million the in present an because now. The the movie's done everything I wasn't a big style was fun growing up really. I mean like my brother was so by proxy I was I was aware of it and I knew what was going on but there was double imposter syndrome where I was like. This is amazing. And I'm aware of these things and I'm seeing the movies. It was fun and it was new and it was different and there was all of these things going on but like yeah yeah with each new job. I get a new imposter syndrome. You have to move to movies are in postproduction. What which ones coming out? I plug that right last Christmas. They'll tell me about last Christmas Ms Emma Thompson wrote this movie love her lower. I mean that would acquainted. That was the single greatest filming of my life because it warned Thompson is just a total G so Pacific directed it jumps. wrote it with her husband Greg who is phenomenal and now I am. I have the amazing luck of being there. Powell's count my every day. I went to stay with them. And they've got a place in Scotland I she's my true life. What's the premise? You meet this goal. Hugh is just a complete fuck up until mess an OUGHTA chaos and doesn't really know what's going on with life and we kind of don't really know why on she finds her way back to herself but she she has been incredibly ill at a period of her life and it has resulted in this. But it's kind of tapping into this age bracket of living on Mom and Dad's SOFA. She is homeless because she would rather not chewed rather live anywhere than at home. Okay all right so she screamed guy. Alcohol is it mean the Christmas of the previous year or this is the last Christmas. Means the sung this song Christmas in this though if I sing in front of Monica 'cause it only takes so much out of covering of her face. When does that come out? Eight December eight th of November. We had so many scenes which is where you laugh so hard that you just can't already on and you call. Yeah that's yeah yeah. Emma was like replaced her with a fucking pillow because icon tale with joyful joy. Joy Georgia is wonderful. There's nothing better than that when you really cannot get it together. aww Yeah Nate. Talk but brothers justice. He's asking me. What kind of medications? I take for erectile dysfunction and I mean so serious about it and and we couldn't get through the scene with him there so then it was like you can't be in the room. I say just hammer soup kitchen and I started doing I could hear laugh in the kitchen. Shinzo we had to remove him from the fucking whole apartment. He couldn't be anywhere near me amidst so fun like I mean it's cool to be in good stuff on your deathbed sped. It's all about like your time making it only death but no one's GonNa ask you. How many movies? He did or what they made that stuff. It's almost yes yes life okay. November eighth last Christmas very excited about that. Okay now you've had by the way you're the second person we've talked to. I think it may be even the third that is young and has had an aneurysm. Wow yes do you know the actress Aubrey Plaza. She has stroh. I listen to you guy. Listen to ovary yes. I was focused on a day. It's mental yeah which she had it seems like a lot of strikes then kept happening just a slightly different thing to what I had which was to see two aneurysms when your brain is being formed with a brief of science someone. We'll probably writing. We'll look I was wrong Serrano about this a little more than you do. So yeah I was born with a weakness on my brain so when your brain is being food you one cell and as a weakness and as it forms into the two sides that weakness becomes marriage so I had that season one of the show. We wrapped that I went to La gave the first time the second time with depress came home was not in a good place Femur funky and then was in the gym feeling a little better. Because I'm a HYPOCHONDRIAC and I think no use them all the enormity mood enormity of the fact that I just wrapped this show and had done impress and was just in like A. I don't know what is going on a feel really strange in kind of panicky and kind of stress. God and this is crazy and it was moved that so I had a lot of pressure in my head anyway country saw living in a bubble and then you parachute into like the most glitzy glomming coach. Fuck me up four hundred percents so I always see the images as a As a good thing not good thing but it is like A. It's good that they happened to me at this time. widdly widdly I think okay. Here's my spin on it so anyway. I'm in the gym and Minute hemorrhages on. So I'm in the plank and I get this pain unlike any other it's hemorrhaging of any kind blood to in the body. Where it's not meant to be is just probably the mice not pay kneecap? You could hand listen cumin and so this is happening and my trainer was like what do you mean you have a headache. You're in the plank like I expect Obsta hurt but not your head so I crawled pulled the blue and then be violently ill and the headache is crazy. And I'm mentoring up going. I'm I'm losing some of my brain. I can sentences insist. I don't know how I knew that if you throw up and you have a headache as she things mean brain down is your focus like that. Yeah you're having when you're in and out of basically in that moment when I was like throwing up mud headache and like crazy amounts of pain. So I said wiggling we my fingers and my toes and I was like I am I I said my full name is where I. That's like a weird twitch that I do now if I feel weird double check that I'm not then I was like who your parents. What was the last thing that you shot? Think of a bit of just Raqi fight fight fight fight you will not be brain. Damaged will not be brain damaged. I'm just about to be enacted. This is not how The Shit's going to go down. I have to live a half to live like this is not going to happen here anyway. So the ambulance comes when one of the Times it's not Awesome to be famous. Oh yeah because like when you're you're leaving the commode where you've just thrown up fucked up. Hey No very bad time but for real a bad time. Yes yes exactly exactly. This was early enough to really know who it was. But the second brain hemorrhage that was fuck initi- okay. Okay like this but so anyways I have this thing and then I survive by the skin of my teeth rushed to the hospital give rushed the hospital..

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"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:33 min | 2 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Weeping SA- Georgia's John. You would hate to watch the show with me as monocle. We we want you to group probably every eight minutes I go Kunle. It's like a it's a bit like can't very everything good is good. Yeah the intensity I miss it. It's so he liked you so much we can. Aw Okay now. Only get into a game of thrones by the way he's sick of talking about game of thrones. You know the because it changes all the time it does. You're not going to believe me when I say this but I mean it with complete sincerity. It was two weeks ago I suddenly was just sitting in my room thinking about stuff and went That was. It's like a very big thing. I told you I was two weeks ago. I literally we all did. I was talking to Bernie Bernie Love Buddy Nicole food produced on the show. Reason happens and then David and Dan and we were talking. We were all discussing how we basically when ten years ago we were like. Hey guys get in. His bunker will warm. We got some stuff going. It's cool shut the door and we stayed in the bunker for ten years and then we just suddenly like earn in came up and looked around. And when those fucking crazy that was really weird because the job itself is so different from the product and so different from the reexamine exactly exactly and I feel like very nature of what we do. is we wrestling with the idea of people's Gaze on you you've got the camera's gaze on you and you're searching to to try and communicate with that camera wool the things that you need to be communicated for the sake of a storytelling point of view while also ignoring it. wallows league elite ignoring it in your own human reaction to the fact that you'll be all of these things and then reverberations of that is that then you'll wrestling with a body of humans watching the other side of that. What that gazes then on you and how you dissect within yourself and how you figure out where you fit in that and for me? I just decided to ignore all of it will right. I think I think you're getting into what it is. It's like there's a little bit of a mind trick that you do to be able to act in front of a one hundred people. There's some disassociated aspect of it and it's almost like you build this imaginary wall where it's like you exist within there but that's not you Imbaba Blah and then so weirdly. Yeah that wall stays up even when it's like now on TV know exactly exactly and you never we as human beings can never ever ever. You never know the things that you never in someone else's never fully understand what it is because you can't see yourself because you don't know what you look like someone else said well. And so that on screen in his times a bazillion and then you've got this epic story that you're telling for me on top of all of that it was being new to the game and realizing that and it has breath a goal disappear so if I put myself worth on I would inevitably end up. Very Sad yes yes yes yes especially if you start with as as you said like imposter syndrome I certainly had to in my own life now. I do feel like you would at least be spared. The haning watching yourself just you did you pick apart your own looks. Even though you're my God do I do. I'll see Monica. We were arguing about this too. I really don't think there's anyone that looks in the mirror is like fuck. Yeah motherfucker. I think we were talking about Brad. Pitt going yes. I like to to have one hundred percent of the time. been the most handsome man in the league. Komo his whole life wasn't the handsome. Is that just very fascinating. He comes across as kind of humbly. I know by now saying I bet. He doesn't think think I bet. He narrative that he either looked. Let's just hypothesize I'm cheesy looking or I'm Jay or whatever I bet. He's got some similarities. With how much emotional intelligence you have because I tonight me and my mate. Lola always took weather when we have kids. What we hope is that they are beautiful in stupid because they'll always is be happy unaware of what it is that they are dealing with if it's beautiful than they go and there's no question that and that's whatever that is but I think if you've got a a high emotion intelligence than you always gonna be trying to figure out how people are looking at you and then if you put your worth on how you look than you instinctively then go all got a pay more attention to that? And I've got to look at that even more and that's going to be the thing and then you realize that steeply unfulfilling and then you've got to figure out why I need to expand my brain and have that be the thing that reliance make me feel find. Meaning I'm they. Things are so complicated in there so kind of they are. Because now that I'm thinking about it I bet yet even and someone who has your face will probably why thank you know you don't you don't have to say thank you but I guess everyone's like looking looking at their own bodies so even if you have like face maybe you're like well I have no objections of with my face. Maybe I WANNA look this way or that way I guess it just never stops. Yeah especially with this idea of being on camera and how you look how someone else looks at you and what other people think of you now other people look at you and then not change how you look at yourself. Yes which is annoying. Okay so I don't even know where to start but there's two things because it'd be before objectify you which is coming. I'd like to first objectified the men in the show. You know you I. I love her in. The show. Is fucking Jason Memorial. Call Drago. I mean can we just want you deny yes like hey so you know. We're about to shoot this thing. You'RE GONNA make call drug Jason Momoa steps up. Yeah are you like what the fuck is. I mean. We're not were you Baldo. I mean physically bold he literally when he first met me. He wrestled to the ground growls. I was so linguist before then I had never met anyone his eyes. He's let alone. His size of personality has size of like a war. YV Like that's a terrible version of him but yeah because he's got some Hawaiian spirit and then some just. Wow what celebrate. The fact that you're you're I into I was lucky me did. He's one of those incredibly rare people who their personalities and their spirit is as big as he is a double whammy. It's not just that he's a big guy it's that he's it's like yeah. He just radiates like whenever room. He's in he takes up the whole room just like Whoa. Wow and it's fucking bill until he took care of me too. Yeah he really really in an environment where I didn't know it needs to be taken care of. You're young. You've imposter complex. You have to do nudity. Yeah terrifying terrifying. Yeah in your scene partner. Is this fucking gorilla. Beautiful Gorilla in the first scenes are like like the virtually rape scenes right there than I was. Oh Yeah I I. It's only now that I realize how fortunate I was with that because that could have gone many many many many different ways because Jason had experience he was an experienced actor who had done a bunch of stuff before coming onto this this. He's like Sweetie. This is how it's meant to be and this is how it's not meant to be and I'm GonNa make sure that that's a fucking gays so it was always a fucking robe goddamn rope. Oh she was a lot of this is like complete bulls are honesty he was so kind unsought. Yeah and consider it unlike cared about me as a human being was the already with Lisa Bonet. Yes okay number. One of all time Oh does not features. She is probably the most the most extraordinary beauty. Maybe the rounded often. I feel like she's that we're in good. We're an era. Just thing everyone around features savary like how would you describe brown features and I I just you know I like them. Just the ones I like it. so He's already not with her so she thinks she gives him so much like feser. There's a gentleness that she has that's exquisite. Like when you talk to how hi you like. It's just takes your breath away. How kind of magical the is and I have no doubt that a lot of the way that he sees women is is educated from that? Sure I felt that Fisher. So do I have more questions about Jason Momoa now. Okay okay now kit Harrington Donovan Jon Snow yes I'm just going to say his fucking bonds in the lovemaking scene this year. Oh my goodness steel deal. Most Beautiful Buns I've ever seen on ferry sweet I was. I was suspicious that it was a double because they're so perfect. I had to go back frame frame again. There's twelve people watching with us. Sit through me going fucking Ed. Those are his bonds. Yeah he's one of those enigmas right where you just I. He's just like it doesn't need to do that much. And he's just head to toe lucky and he's one of those actors in in real life you like no. Yeah he looks the same dealings giving you passed my God. Yeah no with all respect easy. Mary's and he's married. Jessie okay. All right so we're going to be very respectful about this. But what's very interesting is like you must have watched the show as well right. Yes yes in so. It's interesting as you too. who were watching the show but you were never working with him ever ever I mean what would you meet them at like? The premiers of the season one was like a hope and a wing and a prayer. Yeah and we were all in it together and we would like twenty four hour days and Mike. Everyone was like drunk or tired or whatever it was but it didn't matter because we're all together and it was. It's beautiful and so me kit. Richard Modern Alfie Allen Finn Jones I mean basically they're a bunch of British actors all at the same age so we all found one another Oh and we all got Powells and we stayed pals consistently throughout the whole thing so kit and I've been mates from like back in the day. Okay because I guess I imagine that you guys were in always. We're always in different locations in the same party location. Okay sure you know what I'm saying is in the same one of those locations and they would these times when it would be quite disparate and we would miss each other but so kidnapping Powell's also for a very long time and I am actually best friends with his wife so I met his wife oversee three him and then was like I'm taking a Zuniga..

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"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I was hinting at earlier you would have preferred to go to the preparatory school for Oxford Right. But you didn't get in there but then when you when you graduated what we would call high school here you then applied to a few different drama schools ones that there were acronyms and I don't know apparently like to to. I'd played to like to because I was sheltered in this boarding school environment. That by the way I was in a `Nigma end like I was the not wealthy kids very wealthy school right. Jerry means that you need to come to my house I find him thing. I similarly grew up with very little money in my family's family's obsessed with making money right so fucking hard to make money. I was very prone to feeling less than than people with money and I hated rich. People right still trying to get over it chip on your shoulder about like their Ripley's the cost structure ending mint. It's here you guys have to but in England it's like a whole other thing. Oh tell us say you've got albacore class low class right. That's tone of but in England for a very very very long time. You have upper class where you could be cooled house pool. Oh so you have been an incredibly wealthy family for hundreds and hundreds of years and you own the state be manner. But you can't afford shoes right. I've read about this. Those houses requires much money money right in one room with the tiny heater and no one. Has I have friends like this where they technically come from huge fast amounts of old old old money but they technically themselves have nothing. Thanks so being incredibly portion privilege but not actually having any money to but you'll still in that bracket but no town money. Yes exactly exactly. And then below that is what just because there's also rich people without titles right. Yes annoy the money so the thing is all of these terrible terms. But I mean they've been around in England for a very long time so when you go to a very privileged old school rich school you've got you've got the mix of people who like get happy. Wednesday president is like you know from tiffany's or whatever and then you've got people who have seven worth seven generations of hand me. Downs sounds but live in a costume and a call blood. And then you've got someone whose parents spent all of their money on sending you to that school because they thought they were giving you the best option that you had and you came from a very middle class but were you embarrassed by the fact that you didn't have money like they did well. Yeah and it was more like what kind of school well does and what we have is that like you end up coveting a status. That is completely forever out of your reach because you're not allowed right. Not Your family doesn't go back generations of being like Henry the eighth. Yeah so when people tonight head right we read about that like Sir. Anthony Hopkins was knighted. Right right so he he wasn't from that class or he would have just been one. No I say that I mean you can yet. That being knighted on your merit of what you've provided. Why did England with as completely away from the class structure that you bought into but it can really fuck people up will carry on like so? Let's say that Sir Anthony Hopkins has some children. He children whatever then carry this title. Are they know things. It's its own Thang Monica's GonNa check check that'd be a fun one actually. Yeah Okay so what you did. They'll get into the drama centre of London. Yes yes indeed. You love immediately ask you did that was I. saw first time round. I applied to like to because I wasn't in the acting world but I wanted to be an actor for like two years old because your debt. You would go to the theater with your dad. He's sure yes uh-huh yes I loved it. I loved it the magic or I watched a lot of TV or which lower film what was kind of obsessively into acting. And all that could bring and then was like one of my team School and so then kind of thought I would just happen. And then realize that. I'd been in very academic environment. That wasn't baby very arena of like people who wanted to draw school so all of my excuses to why didn't get anywhere the fuss around and then the second round applied to every drama school. I know he was on the wait. Wait list of the one which center and a Goldberg Collegue and I go to L.. Thank goodness thank goodness we think about because I read that from three three years old. We blew by one thing that I forgot to say. You have eleven names. Move into this name. Amelia Isabelle you. Femi Ah correct well done rose Clark wjr names guru soup indecisive indecisive parents your family like is that all the females in your family. Yeah was so. I was called something else for ages and then they decided on a media. Because I didn't look old enough to be cooled Isabelle's my name okay. They figure I mean. It's a newborn child. Isabel was I think my grand someone on my Dad's side Euphemia was my grandmother's actual name. We call to Fi fi cool I love it. Yeah rose I think was on my Dad's side light but yet they just couldn't decide cramps probably wanted more kids than we lost one so you graduated in two thousand nine yes right you say that and it sounds right. Okay yes by the time you audition. For Game of thrones two thousand ten. You've done like a dozen plays. You are in a soap opera in London. I definitely didn't do a dozen plays. I did a dozen part time jobs. Yes an advocate Anna Terrible TV movie. Yeah so I'm just kind of setting the stage aged for what a wonderful leap forward economy. It was right thanks. I mean granted. You're still quite young at that time. 'cause you audition when you're twenty four I think for game of thrones twenty-three And your audition which is not what we probably would've imagined right. You did a bunch of weird stuff. Yeah we'll see. The first audition was is with Nina's costing assistant Robert so Nina. Gold cost thrones. Robert was her right hand man and I think he's now gone on to do his he's fabulous and it. It was mean rubber in a little room with a camera and the scene and he was probably the reason why half the people who are on games joined he reads so well done an additional additionally goes someone who's just like reading it yes it was like he wanted to do to get it anyway so we do this and it gets central to David and Dan rea cool cool and I meet David. Dan Carlin Strauss and frank soldier in a little room in Soho and I do the thing for them And then about a week goes by and then they're I like in three weeks. We'd like you to come to La we will fly business class. He goes weapon a hotel. And you're gonNA come in and you're going to do the scene with the guy that we've cost Harry Lloyd in front of everyone. Hbo Wow and I was like coup but yeah right yeah. GRANDMA'S ZANEX walkers walkers. Yeah so I've read the book twice. Oh my like eleven light. The book loved it. He loved it. I've never read it but the first season right is a song long. Is it for. The first. Season is verbatim season. One of the show. Okay had no idea what it was had no idea really. I mean I knew about surprise but like Hbo it was just this unknown other. That was just like some big. I don't have been. La You never been to La To America you say yes I yes yes one time at some point yes a bunch because we had my mom's cousin lived in New York. Okay so you fly to La yes and okay and how many folks are in the room. I feel like I blacked out for the experience but I think that was probably like twenty people in like his cinema rotatory. Yeah how essentially like that square was he didn't like a screening room now. I know what it is I I was like. Oh this is just a gopher see movies all the meetings up in these big cinema rooms that makes cents. Yeah so Harry was there and yeah and I was there in the face recognized with three faces. David Donovan and frank you did the scenes but then you ended up doing a bunch other weird shit. Yeah well because before Hun Franken taking me aside and listened sweetie. There's going to be things that they might ask you to do outside of just doing the scenes and I'm like okay cool. Oh my God. What does that mean and he was like as cool? Everything's fine. I just want you to be aware might ask some questions they might bub-bubba. Just be be prepared. It's all good little. Did I know that they were gunning for me to have. Hbo Sign off on me. Because I was a complete total like it was a complete gamble so I was kind of going in with their hopes as well as my own and so at the end I was just so nervous and just so scared addressed up. I mean like I had my hair blown out of the dress and I did not look willowy. O'Toole or any of the things that they were expecting the chick willowy the`real and and and little round face around each each and David Benny off I was like. Can I do anything anything else. Can I do what I'm here. This is what I need cleaning exactly great petite uh-huh and David was like what you could do a dance. ha ha ha. Because he's really a very dry sense of humor took him literally and I did one yet. Yeah do the funky chicken they would they seeming to be loving it so I carried on and did the rival this going south like you have like you do the chicken dance. Yes the big hit. Yeah like bang out some running man and then you do like the cabbage patch. ooh Gene turns not myself I someone else was cast right and then someone sideways. We don't know the shot. The pilot they shot the pilot shot the pilot with a few other cast members. Oh I feel like Lena. Lina wizardry cost. I was recast and I always forget the other person was so they showed it with this other go. HBO AND HBO. We're like no we. We like it but no so they had to change a bunch of stuff and we costs a bunch of people and so I was coming in off the back of that You now know Oh that they fire people if they yeah ready unlike. I'm not even meant to be in. La Loneliness Room that loan in this league environment. Right Game Post a syndrome times of June. I couldn't even remotely fathom what it was. Yeah it's it's very extreme. Yeah it's very extreme. Yeah so do that. Also so we so your role in the pilot was all re-shoots. Yes Oh my goodness which I didn't know because to me it was all judy you. Yeah Yeah Yeah Oh that that girl I know it's like the person in the Beatles Song. I don't think I can take that compliment but thank you. uh-huh Oh boy before we continue. I'm just WANNA play one game with you. I want you to tell me what character this is from the show embarrassed for this. Yeah yes cluelessly..

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"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

15:40 min | 2 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Of us know I know I know what the vice president of marketing sounds like what that is and I know what she she did she would for did all of these different than she is in that world but largely in marketing. And I understand what does she will. Listen to this and be cringing immediately. You have no idea what you're talking talking about snow at our parents do it's team. It's a theme. Most people don't he does but I'm alone. Yes we've got an idea. Yeah she's a big books which she worked a ton on obviously yeah eighty six had she already been on that path of that career by Nineteen ninety-six. 'cause you have an older brother yes I do. I do have an older brother. Yes so she was at that point she had are in company and was doing all of that as well in such a baller to she just as she's just is the ability to have a team of people around her and be maternal in that sense of like taking care of people but also expecting the best bright and then manifesting into really good work in the eighties being a female business owner. Or you know it was dic- I like I watched a lot of weird staff south where I mean. My mother put up with crazy. Shit standards was England rough. We'll that's eight hundred percent hundred and she was a part of lots of different companies. That American companies though French companies will will sway so whatever it was and she works in a bunch of different capacities in that sense but now the saddest thing being is she now is working with my charity. Okay wonderful so. She's now doing that when she stopped. We we're not allowed to use the R.. Word all right we say that now. I don't like it either. We'll be our word. Here is different. Oh the. US Our not A. R. D. E. The called the R.. Word what's your lunch on. Yeah none of us like that word said my mom is the war. No okay well. I didn't lowered. Excellent as amiable spiraled out for a second I was. I was raised by the N.. Word Nanny I. Oh Wow that was a fun. Yeah my stomach flip. Ah So yes. She technically retired. And then in that moment we got to look back. It was heartbreaking because we always like you literally paid a quarter Of what you should have been passed. Yeah like you were treated in the most astonishingly terrible way. Yeah as a woman law had no idea she was working the whole. The Bar was so low and I'm sure by comparison she. It was a notch up from the seven. So you got a little better. I can actually have a title. Well exactly I mean there were times when it's like you would be fired for locking the door and pumping to breastfeed saw on and you'll be fine for that that's not allowed. Then but so yes she with amazing for what she managed to do it side looking back and seeing how undervalued she was and then as she got older ages thing comes in there as well of course all that stuff also I just have to imagine such a huge chunk of her identity. Was that job as we all make our jobs. Our identity rights. She loves working right why she's now killing it. My charity great appreciated and valued and like doing amazing work and way more technically savvy than I am and so was dad. I'm sure his hours were more flexible until oh he would come. Memoir worked eighteen hour days as if they were nothing travel to Europe like three times a week. So if now my dad would be on tour or he'd be at home or my home were I mean they. We had repairs a little bit and then my grandparents lived with us so we kind of had home daycare there. That's helpful and then my brother and my breath went to boarding school as well but my mom didn't never wanted me to go to school. I just really wanted to go as a refund. My brother's going skinny fun. Did you just want to do whatever he did pretty much. I know say like stay with your friends All Day every day for like weeks on end that sounds great so now it also sounds a little lonely. Well I mean you're saying these boarding houses houses so until you are seventeen. You're in a room with four of the goals but it's a mix. Yeah I mean I was thirteen. Meanwhile I went to boarding school. My parents didn't want me to go. It was it was a very very good school money. My parents are paying for school fees when we were like thirty. AP's Ah will you went to a couple of different saint. Something Schools Saint Anthony. I went there. That was a Catholic school. We you weren't Catholic but it was the best school right to go to and I wasn't smart enough to get into Oxford girls high school which is like Feta for Oxbridge. Oh wow that kind of stuff. I was not there right so I went to a nice school was it separated sexes. Rice Ninety was a girl school sin Edwards where I went with the boarding schools. My brother was mixed. That's fun now. Imagine being my confession your government pose as boys are good hogwarts. Yeah never really did. Colds looked very hogwash. Oh Monica's Candles and fortunate unfortunately but still cool. I was just thinking yesterday. I'm going to reread. Yeah I'M GONNA RE-WRITE HYPO to really late you did. Yeah and I only listened to them. Stephen Fry reading them do a good job. Oh my God I love seem very no good you in. This is co ED situation. Could you guys like sneak off and meet behind a tree or anything with like hiding spots kissing there there were so far. Yes you could be expelled for having sex. Okay but everything if you look back up on so they thought you're doing something you got. Yeah there were sneaking around and stuff all that stuff all that stuff. Yeah Yeah we would sneak out. We would get the milk float home. The boys were not allowed in the goals common ramp so and they'll boarding houses you'd have all the rooms and you'd have a shed kitchen and a common room which had the TV the and you can kill them. Boys were not allowed in the gulls. Common Rain but gulls where it out in the boys. Houses Komo Yeah. That's interesting. Yeah we sunk in and our last night eight. Yeah it was drunk and asleep and it was like. Oh there's a boy in the House that's the other thing for us to is. What age can you drink? They're seventeen sixteen. I'm eighteen. I had to think about that because I was drinking before I was eighteen but yes eighteen. But it's real it's way more lax even if you're not to you know what Bacardi Breezes Oh jurors jurors to fifteen have with dinner so then you can like correct. Well there you go. Yeah we'd have like a lovely remiss that I've glossed one and a half like a pineapple. God this lovely in line now. What a life? Yeah it made drinking at school. School is well. You had something called the junior common room. Which is where on a Saturday from seventeen? You could drink on school premises only a certain amount of alcohol. Yeah so you have these. WKBD blue drinks so on the way back to the boarding houses you just see like Blue Vilma everywhere because people have seen like beer of a low percentage edge but people still couldn't handle it if there's so we would have something. I'm literally the sounds like the way dislike. Bring the cheese and biscuits on a Saturday night. So after you've been out what we would actually do is we would go into the town and get genuinely drunk and a genuine ball days and then go back to the boarding house and then we'd have cheese and biscuits with a house mistress. Who'd suss out if you're drunk or not and if you were drunk than you were going to say a word not that makes no sense to most people anywhere? CPA House gated Super House to which basically means grounded not allowed in your in common room. You have who are you school uniform all day. You have to check in with the vice principal at like seven. Am It's a whole thing and if you're drunk than that happens but if you managed to just eat enough bread before going going into cheese and biscuits to prove to you that you're not drunk then you'll find. Did you ever get Super House skated. I never got CPA house. Good idea how I managed to slip under the year but yeah well it was probably the seeds of your acting kid be. Yeah so you can weigh in now because we've had this longstanding kind of eight. Yeah it said even because I don't think you're you're blatantly disagreeing with me it's just an inquiry it's a longstanding inquiry about an inordinate ordinance amount of English women became pregnant by American. Gi's during World War. Two that were stationed in England right but proportionately. The same amount of American women did not become pregnant from English. Guys right back drastically lower. I read this this paper and anthropology that we cannot find whatever yeah that explained it that culturally in America. The woman has the breaks in the man has the gas pedal and that in England basically the man is supposed to say no. Let's wait the brake pedal in the woman's on the gas interesting in so we've had a few different English guests on where we've asked him to kind of. Do you think you could even evaluate the difference between courtship in Britain and in America. Gee I think women are instigating more interesting right because I dated in America the first American. Hi David he introduced me to this term of exclusivity and I didn't know whether it was because I was young or if I was English but I was like what do you mean you are having sex with other people. It doesn't make sense to me. I thought we were doing the thing. And that was the thing and it was just us. What do you you mean that that? You're not right uncomfortable in strange. And that's very odd. Yeah that he had a transition into so I feel like there is a wave. See that you date in America. That is different from the way that you would date in England and I don't know whether it's just like the global everyone's changing all that stuff tinto whether that kind of plays he's into what you're saying of the dynamic between the man and woman in England and then a management America any romantic relationship of any busty on either side but when you were younger right and you would be behind that oak tree and warts in you. You were kissing a boy. He go like we should wait. or or Depends on the boy so circumstantially think his that were experiences where that was the case and they were lent experiences where that was not the case. When I read that paper at answered this long-standing mystery in my own life? which is I went snowboarding in Vermont when I was sixteen okay and I met Jenny Hazelton from Manchester? Yes in we had a few pints and we ended up in a walking closet of someplace they were making out and things were progressing and reversing and then the next thing you know we were making sweet love in a closet wonderful. Yes in the experience going. That happened very quickly quickly. Yes it was a real mystery to me for years. I read that paper I was like Oh my goodness that's what was happening. Neither of US had a brake pedal but we have around. Found Unilateral has since the base system right like which I can understand that is in England. We don't have don't play baseball. We and play baseball right but I feel like there's a okay. Here's why I think..

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War epic 'Midway' bests 'Doctor Sleep' at the box office

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

War epic 'Midway' bests 'Doctor Sleep' at the box office

"For big new movies made a fresh from the box office this weekend but they didn't exactly fill theaters so what's the target it didn't get great reviews we believe it's midway but midway did earn praise for its attention to detail and riveting fine see grab number one with an estimated seventeen point five million dollar homes called the shining Dr suite a sequel to the shining what's expected to do better at the box office but it opened at number two with a little more than fourteen million are you playing with fire a family comedy about firefighters start caring for children got hand but it managed third with twelve point eight million did you find me elves boys so cynical brillant STV's our dog times in last Christmas starring Emilia Clarke debuted in fourth with eleven point six I'm Ben Thomas

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Amelia Boone: Living Authentic

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Amelia Boone: Living Authentic

"Today's best is known widely I would say for her grit her ability to suffer her name is Amelia soon and she is the most dominant and decorated female in the history of obstacle course racing fifty podiums thirty victories Spartan race world champion three time world's toughest mudder champion her list of accolades goes on and on and on she's also the ultimate weekend warrior because Amelia has accomplished all of this while balancing a fulltime career as a corporate attorney I at Skadden arps in Chicago and now at apple in Cupertino dubbed the Queen of pain it's a career that's landed her on magazine covers major publication features and title television gigs as a commentator and along the way she's held herself out as essentially an open book sharing her journey social media and many podcasts but reflecting back she now calls those experiences selective vulnerability an open book appearance with veneer of transparency that belied that shrouded in essential truth about her life because while Emilia was being celebrated as this unbreakable theon prodded for her daily habits morning routine or training regimen and her race tactics she harbored a secret a secret twenty year battle with food and mental health an eating disorder basically that that she kept hidden and compartmentalized which has been an obstacle more daunting than any ratio endured however four bone injuries likely the result of of her dysfunctional relationship with food chain all of that so this past summer she summoned the courage to confront it I threw an ended treatment program and then by sharing her story for the first time with the public vulnerable and courageous blog post later we're her protracted struggle or guilt or shame and all of this was motivated by a desire on behalf of Amelia to to really change the way we talk about out eating disorders and that post prompted an extended media cycle that led to a broader and more important conversation about the prominence of this addition among athletes and Beyond and today's episode is a powerful extension of that ongoing conversation. It's coming up in a few but first let's take care of business today's episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens? I think you could say that I'm a minimalist when it comes to supplements not one of those athletes that has a cupboard with twenty different jars filled with powders but I do believe in smart supplementation and irrespective of whatever Diet looks

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Preschool Primer with Teacher, Jeann Graham

Mom Brain

12:44 min | 2 years ago

Preschool Primer with Teacher, Jeann Graham

"My name is Gina Graham. I have been a preschool teacher for thirteen seniors now. I love working with young children. I work with children between the ages of three and five years old. How'd you get into wanting to be a teacher. I have to say saying this. I know it sounds cheesy and everyone when they asked me this question. I take a breath before I answer. It and I say I'm going to be honest. It was my fourth grade teacher and I don't know if it's okay to you say her name. Her name is Mrs Reinisch and since Fourth Grade. I said I WANNA be a teacher. I want to work with children and make them feel the way that she made me feel. Two of my children have been taught by you and they they you have the Reggio Emilia approach to me a little bit above I have have to say I knew nothing about the Reggio Emilia approach before I started working at the school that I work out when I first learning about regimen mealy approach which is it's a little town in Italy and it's based on children learning about activities that they WANNA learn about and it's very play based and project based and so for example just because because it's the fall time we're not going to study pumpkins and go apple picking because that's what you usually do in school. We sit back. We focus on the children we focus on what they are interested interested in and then we take those tools and apply learning aspects to that and so you know a lot of times. You'll like when we when the kids start their school year you. You don't know what you know what they're going to be focusing on right. There's no plan at all. We don't have any set curriculum. the first few weeks is sort of just the teachers we actually saw start it off in small groups and so what that looks like. I have a classroom of children. Last year I had nineteen children and for the first four weeks of school we start start off with half groups and so we'll have nine or ten children with three teachers and so at that time we have a wonderful opportunity to really just focus on the children as individuals individuals with their interested in with their questions what they're wondering about and then after the first few weeks of school we come together as a staff we brainstorm when we talk about these interests and see how we can then bring it back to the children in a way of learning through

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Emmy Awards 2019: The hottest red carpet arrivals, winners and losers

Ringer Dish

11:54 min | 2 years ago

Emmy Awards 2019: The hottest red carpet arrivals, winners and losers

"Dash special edition really right littman. I'm Hellawell jam session teatime crossover event in the spirit of great television. We Love Crossover Event Lover Knock Great Television. What's going for it yeah. It's really negative because it was a really bad show we'll bounce Dallas and positively the phoebe Waller Abridge high of one in this is not fair. Thanks Jeff. Why why am I not in high too. I UH-HUH OH yeah yeah. It was a great night for her. That's true but to me. It was a television show true. No not definitely not what I mean. I think you know you're right on that note kate. Why don't you kick things off on a high for us. We're GONNA talk with highs and lows. We'll go back and forth all right start positive. I was the red carpet action pretty good pretty fun lot of color you know from the men and the women we love a color jacket. I'm I'm trying to do my best like Juliana ransack because it working your calendar at all you know mercilessly Nicolas Coster Waldo. They just like did the goal they are in Green. Yeah he looked really good. He looks great seen him look bad but I drew this award show as he does in every single still of photography taking him ever Israel. Where's the talks really well of any family well. It's a gift Lotta Pink and red dresses which I liked all of them. I think we were talking about just looks like a huge. Valentine onstage dynasty chic which I was into like Mandy Moore could've just like stepped off like an eighty soap op right and that's what I want for my fashion. We also have to Raji. GP Henson Great Yeah. All three of them have either watch dialing Hollywood on Netflix but I've heard it's really good it is really good and like the the first three episodes center around Dang Raji Henson's emmys dress code and yes this last year okay because Jason Baldness her stylist stylist and they're really good friends to show and so I was just thinking styling Hollywood and season two can't wait to hear about distress. They held it shadow styling Hollywood. One of Netflix few wins tonight. flicks yeah slow for them kind of great. Let's commercials now. ozark night were their networks commercials which wines the breaking bad movie. Yes that's true the Camino last hour. There were a few three just kept seeing the new netflix seven million. Leeann streaming sites now and there were commercials for all of them and there's a lot of apple plus huge. I feel like it anyway back to fashion. I also might think probably my favorite was purchase. There's Clarkson. She did like blonde more tissue atoms which is real kate everything you want from purchase. Clarkson ever but yeah it was great never looked great. We all oh really Zendaya so late though like we didn't really see your until she walked out in glasses she present which was fabulous. She's got the marvel money and she's a cool kid. So Oh yes you need to get there early. That's true. Actually she doesn't have marvel money anymore. Right right YEP per spiderman series is dead. Maybe they only mice. I'd still like to you see how that's ultimately resolved but yeah we know about that stuff too. I WANNA share that Kid Harrington who I generally have no interest in as John Snow or in real life but I thought he looks phenomenal Q. Like the Best I've ever seen him. Maybe yes maybe the best never looked tie really channeling Richard Madden which was a great look for him also recommended not show which was Sassou. Ask You guys see what Richard Man did in debt yeah bill t rex out of Lego instagram could for him huge flex. You know I'd like to nominate Emilia Clarke while around the gas are- if Valentino I I'd love to know about. I assume it's tape. That's involved in this attraction but she's wearing confidence. She looks great. I was so ready to root against I'm sorry I did but she made it a little bit more difficult than I had plans. At least you followed through my Rudolph and Michelle Williams both in floral patterns both looking great really really enjoyed that more Michelle Williams in a few minutes. I liked Natasha. Leones look also should we talk about Natasha. Leone clapping. Yeah you're cool. Kidman Adman clapping apparently it is interesting way of clapping. It is like she just learnt how a small child when you teach them how to do applies their hands together but she was consistent in it. She applauded for a lot of people which we appreciate. I really liked it. She was wearing glasses during the show. I just love glasses formal. Look look at the Oscars Golden Globes and EMMYS. It's very common and I think it's a great I would do it. Billy Puerto Ricans and also the formal yes. It's a great addition. It's fake furnished. We're on the same the same people to do it because like young always does it. Oprah as a love the former bosses Amanda. I'm happy to tell you that the Tasha Leo Gift of her clapping readily available for whenever you need that's great people are ready. I think that makes sense. I'm just going to try to do it in my own life. One more nomination. Naomi watts she looks phenomenal and black just logged in just great the new game of thrones star new game. It's just getting ready. I I liked we'll talk a lot more reckoning with routes but I like to the end of the show how David any off who is my one true love can be like and now it's over we did it and now it is over totally disavowing try to shut out any notions of the prequels and spin offs that are that are coming alright great injection positively positively we'll ride this enthusiasm into talking about the most awkward moment of evening which was allow a complicated one which was when. Phoebe Waller Bridge won on Best Actress in a comedy beating out Julia Louis Dreyfuss in her final season as Lena Meyer from beep and bridges incredibly happy. Kate was incredibly happy. Many people on the Internet were incredibly happy. Let's get this out of the way. This is a pro fleabag podcast. You're lovely about free. It's one of the best things that that I've seen in any medium in two thousand and nineteen. Maybe in the decade yet great up there yeah fix perfect episodes a season two. Yes at flawless sure but Julia Louis Dreyfus purpose is probably the best television actress of in history. Yeah I think she's like Lucille Ball and Carol channing. Yes and she had one for veep. I believe every season she had been nominated and she was going to break the record for the most emmy wins by a woman of of all time and she she is there's also a breast cancer survivor yeah and that happened between these seasons so I think we all assumed that this would be her emmy and and it was not and that's the way the cookie crumbles moreover everyone in the room assuming yes so it was like the most tepid response. It's a win from a show that is universally praised yes. I'm sure that no one's like fleabag doesn't deserve it deserve. It really sucks sucks. That's how the point just was such an incredibly awkward moment. Totally I think okay like root for history. It's like when you walk or it's and you want to see a record broken or you. You want like someone's got hot. Hand you want to leave him in the game but as long as possible like it's okay to root for history it's okay to experience that moment and it was just really awkward. Yeah and it's also a fever waller. Bridge did not really read the room in that moment. I was wondering I guess veep is maybe not a big deal in the UK. They don't care about it. They're like we have in the loop. We don't actually need the American version of IANUCCI stuff but she was like thanking her agent and I just it wasn't the note that you wanted at that. Moment also weird for her to be profusely thanking or agent given the feud between writers and agents right now. Yes weird moment. It was not mentioned once during the entire telecast now's house per day and there was a lot of ignoring everything going on TV. No one was talking about streaming services. Everyone was just you know thinking whatever likes Amazon that that helped them. A lot of Amazon wants by the way but yeah it just it. It was uncomfortable. Even though it was happy yeah it's like not undeserved served right with the moment felt wrong and it. Kinda sucks then for our bread shoes. True talent is actually Frank Kayla. I will say like she seems super for actress to me in that moment in a way. I don't like to acknowledge and I just like Oh. This is a real actress but she also had just been up there like I think it would have been different if she hadn't won anything yet yet right right right so she had just been up there. She's up there again. It's like Oh you again like everyone loves her but like it is. It would have been different than if it had just been the first win for few celebrity yeah so it's tough. It's a no win a little bit she continued to she did continue to win now. She did and it was awesome. That fleabag won best comedy. US totally detailing curling. Everyone say their favorite episode man you go first the last one I mean come on the answer here. I soon as you said that to me. I I also kind of don't think of them as discreet right so it's entirely it was just one you could put those together and it would be like one very long movie and it would be kind of perfect shorter then some worth celebrating movies kate the first episode the pilot was the second season yeah great one of the Jumpsuit Yeah Mine's the number three's Kristin Scott Thomas See Russia Kristin Scott Thurow's Jonzon hot priest socially tough but you got yeah Kristin Scott Thomas. Oh yeah that's a trade. That's funeral so many other version of one yeah one we don't talk about the new one in the really funny thing about season into fleabag is just like everyone acknowledges now including TV while our bridge how essential Andrew Scott as you play the AK Moriarty too many of us who watched Sir Lock. Yeah weird very greatest in yeah. It was really cool and she when she turned to him accepting best comedy. It was like we did this because Andrew. You're Scott came in and that was cool. It was great and also you finally got to be on stage which was good so a motive. Actually I just want to say I love back. I don't need any more Brett Gelman twenty twenty between fleabag and stranger things. Yeah Ozone Lot shred amount of everything done. We're done offense. I guess it's it's really inherently offensive thing okay moving on so that was like a low and then and then I within a low below the recovered itself yeah. Just I mean it is remarkable. It's saying that is a special as fleabag actually won the emmys. We don't see actually the best. Things don't usually win awards. That's literally every awards show and fleabag winning and phoebe Waller winning for writing. It's just like wow we did it. That's great yeah so that was good good job on this one thing good Johnson. Okay Okay Hi Michelle Williams speech amazing stuff amazing stuff. This is also what happens when you practice and you prepare and she had clearly given some thought to what she wanted to say and not. Maybe she wrote it. I'm not really sure because it was definitely well-crafted and she hit her points but it was more that she had an idea and she wanted to turn this into It's a speech about equal pay which is like something. She's been crosshairs about a lot. If you remember when they did the re-shoots for I guess it was called all the money in the world it was the Getty Nassar Getty show out of it so Kevin Spacey's the Laura for Christopher plummer and they did the re shoots her fi versus Mark Wahlberg fee. Yes she took like a daily fee and Mark Wahlberg at one point five million dollars and then it became a thanks so she I used that in order to talk about a Fosse verdant. FX And the support and what happens when you actually do support of working specifically women have car work. She just like she had the stats. That's she nailed it.

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Is that a Starbucks cup in Game of Thrones?

Armstrong and Getty

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Is that a Starbucks cup in Game of Thrones?

"The internet is losing its mind today over a coffee Cup. It's one of the last episodes of appointment viewing game of thrones. In the middle of a fantasy, medieval style banquet hall, there sits a 'Grande Starbucks now this has happened in the previous episode. Maybe nobody would have noticed because it was shot in the dark another game of thrones online tizzy. But as it is, thanks to the banquet hall lighting. You did not have to be the three eyed raven to notice this Starbucks Coffee Cup that was sitting right in front of areas. Targe Aaron actress Emilia Clarke, the character was slamming down Savino. So maybe the Starbucks was just chaser. It's a prop and people make mistakes, but this is part of a trend for geo t in its last season trending on Google searches right now game of thrones season. Eight sucks.

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What Was the Emu War?

BrainStuff

05:44 min | 2 years ago

What Was the Emu War?

"The story of the EMU war. It begins after World War One. When soldiers returned home to Australia. The government was eager to show its support for veterans take land, the government said grow wheat, and we'll pay handsomely for it. It was a mission for the bright and hopeful for men eager to, cultivate, their futures as they cultivated the soil in Western Australia. You could say the plan was flawed from the start the government had ninety thousand hector's that's two hundred twenty two thousand acres to go around. But that wasn't enough for the nearly five thousand veterans who wanted it land was doled out as it became available and the choicest lots were given away. I the remaining veterans Gotland in Perth, which was not ideal for farming. What's more in the years that followed the initial land handout in the early nineteen twenty s Western Australia, combated drought frost and a significant rabbit investation while veterans labored against the elements and the wildlife mounting financial challenges from the great depression. Threatened to undercut all they'd been promised the trillion government had initially pledged to pay the veterans four shillings per bushel of wheat. But the Bill tied to that son was killed in the Senate another Bill proposing three shillings per bushel actually passed, but the veterans were never paid at last in nineteen thirty-one the wheat bounty act made good on the government's promised to pay for wheat at the staggeringly low price of four and a half Pence per bushel. Let's put this in perspective Pence equivalent to pennies a shilling twelve Pence into their twenty shillings in a pound in today's market one. British pound is worth about a buck fifty. So these veterans were being promised smallish sums of money to start and delivered way. Less originally promised a fifth of a pound per bushel and settling for just one twentieth of a pound per bushel ten times less than what was promised. However, by this point, the veterans were desperate to make money off their wheat crops, and the stage was set for modestly fruitful harvest, no one could have anticipated. What happened next in the analysis of history? There's perhaps no stranger Afo. The Australian IMO a flightless bird. The can stand about six to half feet. That's two meters. Tall and weigh close to one hundred pounds. That's forty five kilograms and at an even stranger battle of man with machine-gun versus giant bird, the giant bird one. But in warfare. It's essential to know the enemy, so let's pause and examine the bird the dogs. The veterans. We spoke with Eric Slovak bird keeper at the Smithsonian national zoological park, he said ammos are solitary for the most part. They do get together in breeding seasons, but emus would prefer to be by themselves. The exception is when their foraging Slovak lichens that behavior to humans going out solo to a fast-food lunch. He said, you're at McDonalds around lots of people, but you're not socializing. You're just there for the food. Okay. So they're big solitary hungry birds. Not much of a threat. Right. Multiply that Emilia envisioning by twenty thousand that's how many descended upon Western Australia in nineteen thirty two until a decade earlier in nineteen twenty two emus had been a protected species. After that time they were reclassified as vermin Slovak explained. They'll eat anything. They can get their mouths on without hunting. They're grazers. They like nuts and berries baby grasses, which brings us back to wheat yet. They'll eat that faced with a seemingly endless buffet of it. The opportunistic birds homed in on the veterans plots beaten down by weather at a volatile financial market. The veterans leaned hard on the government help us they implored so one major GP w Meredith bound up leading a military offensive against the emails, but there were a few conditions. The veterans head to foot the Bill for the munition Lewis machine guns were used in EMU combat and the veterans had to provide food and lodging for the men assigned. To this curious mission as a side note as cinema tougher from FOX movie tone, accompanied the military to film, the Email effort historians assume the footage would have been used in propaganda films to illustrate how the government was aiding its veterans, but spoiler alert the mission didn't go exactly as planned armed with the knowledge that had slingshot can take down an ordinary bird, you might hazard, a guess that a machine gun could wipe out Imos easily, but you would be wrong Imos are made to run and win shot out. They're going to panic and they won't move at any reliable direction and Imos legs had neck move with elegant fluidity while their bodies. Stay parallel to the ground Slovak explained the body looks like a wave legs. Good left. The head goes to the right, and they run in all different directions like dropped marbles Meredith and his men couldn't get a straight shot at the emus who stayed out of range of machine guns. Even when enterprising veterans justed putting them on vehicles and pursuing the birds as they ran the military wasted a ton of ammunition. Only. Two hundred birds of the twenty thousand were actually killed and not only the emails evade the troops. They destroyed even more farmland in the process tearing up the ground wherever they ran the veterans were dispirited and their land was devastated. Meredith had a lot to answer for why had so much ammunition been wasted. And was the effort, even humane. Then there was the matter of money veterans promised to pay for the IMO, but the mission ultimately failed could be forgiven. This example, ridiculous history. Can't be tied up conclusively with a tidy bow and some details such as who was ultimately held responsible. For the cost of the munition are unclear we do know that the veterans learned painfully from past performance that rifles not machine guns or the best way to handle nuisance EMAS. They continued their war in a one to one battle veteran against bird. And the Australian government later place to bounty on EMAS to help control the population. But finally, we do suspect that the FOX and Matale gopher gots epoch B-roll while on location.

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Emilia Clarke: Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen Is "So Much a Part of Who I Am"

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Emilia Clarke: Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen Is "So Much a Part of Who I Am"

"Game of thrones is coming the premier for the final season is just ten days away. And I'm flanked by two game of thrones freaks last night. The stars took to the red carpet for a special screening of the first episode ABC's will reap was there for the inside scoop. It was an epic red carpet fitting for the finale of game of thrones lazy? Characters from the past. Presence. Answering the tough questions. Jacob Anderson who plays the warrior grey, worm on who he would have liked to see his character take down. I wish I could spare on Jeffrey that would have been because he he was a. I feel like he needed a spe he needed this. Good sparing Emilia Clarke on leaving her mother of dragons character behind forever. I mean, she doesn't crack as many, David. And dragons, but she does in the women. John Bradley who plays the affable Sam on where he thinks his character and Gilly should settle down. He seems to be the place. They deserve a holiday. Hand on the show where you never know who's going to live or die actors revealing whose demise is touched them the most difficult. Sean amazing because it was just shocking. Main characters coder. I mean, this is probably my favorite scene in the entire. Series. So far away was put together you cutting. Death. This is a very emotional heartache devastating

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Mahershala Ali Couldn't Wait To Be Part of True Detective's Comeback Energy

Fresh Air

05:42 min | 2 years ago

Mahershala Ali Couldn't Wait To Be Part of True Detective's Comeback Energy

"And pit Salata loaded his scripts with philosophical efforts inspired by the rubber chambers collection. The king in yellow now back for third season Pitt lotto has regained his footing in the magic in his pen. This. Time he defies expectations by turning cop drama into a meditation on social isolation. He details the way adult by CS and self interest fail the most vulnerable members of society, it's children. Marcia Ali is remarkable as the embittered antisocial, Wayne Hayes, a Vietnam vet who craves little more than the company of liquor and an empty VFW hall. He and his partner Roland west played by Stephen Dorf, our detectives with the Arkansas state police a white high school student will pursell and his older sister Julie have disappeared in nineteen eighty from their tiny mostly white mostly poor town of west finger Arkansas director, Jeremy sonya's time-line jumps from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety when the case is reopened to twenty fifteen. When a journalist interviews Hayes about his work Hayes. Meanwhile, struggling to sort out what happened before. For the fog of Alzheimer's permanently. Clouds, his brain. Depicting Hayes, especially as an elderly man waited with regrets is an exercise in restraint eilly pulls it off with a plumb black residents. Don't trust Hayes because he wears a police badge at the precinct his instincts, carry less weight than his white partners. Hayes knows his race limits. His professional progress if fuels the way he pulls away from people which in turn worsens, his prospects for advancement pizzicato understands that the racial dynamics of west finger don't just create divisions. They forced people together to Hayes Mary's the only other middle-class black person in town will pursell high school English teacher Amelia Reardon played with deceptive ease by Carmen jogo. They expertly recreate the instant report that forms between black people who've never met casually chatting about everyday racism, like they're discussing the weather. You know, they're talking about white people. Even if they never say white people from long been teaching about six years all their Westminster. Hey, you say Sarah style from a boss. I'm sorry. Just you know police. I was it here. You know? It's fine. Good really what it is. Here's something then then. Air all poor around here. That's the main thing. What you know me? You know? We're in the hallway or something. They're careful around me, the kinship between Amelia and Hayes could be deeper, but Hayes remains distant Emilia takes an interest in the Priscilla case and her amateur sleuthing turns valuable clues but Hayes too consumed with his own frustrations. Can't appreciate his wife's effort nor her skill. This perhaps is the biggest improvement of the whole series Amelia is nothing like the feebly drawn female characters of the first season. She has real purpose. The first two positions move like molasses on a cold morning. But it soon becomes clear that everyone in west finger, including Hayes, his wife, his partner, and the parents of the missing Priscilla children is starved for connection. Nevertheless, they keep erecting walls to divide themselves from each other in doing. So they repeatedly obstruct the best chances. They have to find out what happened to will. And Julie the production design reinforces west fingers grimness. The town is full of rusted out cars and ramshackle houses and everything exists in a palette of dull Browns and miserable. Grays I've seen five of this season's eight episodes. And the most compelling mystery of true detective is understanding why Hayes has withdrawn from the world around him. It's also about how that withdrawal is a response to larger societal forces including but not limited to racism at this point. I'm wondering can a man who spent decades most comfortable inside his own head for June of connections in time to solve the case taunted him, or will Alzheimer's doom him and the persona children. Forever. Psoriatic McDonald is the culture critic for the undefeated true detective returns to HBO. This Sunday on Mondays fresh air notes from a transplant surgeon, Dr Joshua mez, rich talks about the thrill of implanting, a new organ and changing a patient's life and about some operations that didn't go. So well, his new book is part memoir and part history of organ transplantation. It's called when death becomes life. Hope you can join us. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham with additional engineering support from Joyce Lieberman, and Jillian Herzfeld our associate producer for digital media is Molly seavy nesper. Theresa Madden directed today

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Friends say Chris Pratt now dating Emilia Clarke

Fred and Angi

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Friends say Chris Pratt now dating Emilia Clarke

"Up it's brought to you by national louis university from the moment chris pratt split from wife anna ferris rumors had paradigm with like every other chicken hollywood sources close to chris say a love connection could be brewing he's got a major thing going on right now with game of thrones star amelia clark she the hot one the kalisa euro yeah yeah thumbs up from rubio watch he was just with katherine sorts and egger what's going on hey man hey he's only streets he's out there he's single ready to mingle she's on celebrity bumble body more than i've seen mine she's super high she's beautiful funny intelligent everything i.

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"emilia" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

"The word stern show a play with the collegiate right from yes emilia clarke and you guys are naked together in a tub we were naked in a tub together i don't get her like she's naked in the play with you she was naked the first season of game of thrones yeah all of a sudden now she doesn't wanna be naked career and being naked with un with we'll tell you he doesn't know why she decided to change that she was naked with me in a tub and she's done now people enjoy naked what's going on broadway and being nude in front of people i will tell you i think if i didn't know that that she was against that but if if she is i understand it because she was i mean the kind of misbehavior in maltreatment that she experienced her in particular as women right oh yes she was mistreated yeah they she was on the front page of the post because people were taking pictures during all the shooting of hbo during during our and so they put it on the post but to this day because our show wasn't that great we did breakfast at tiffany's around for about four weeks right all right let's be home runs but i don't know to this day i don't know if it was the publicist for the show that likes at that or if some people were actually taking pictures in the post that's not cool i'm i'm a little cynical about that i guess i'm not really sure but she was you know.

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"emilia" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"emilia" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"Emilia clarke oh i was day of everyone owns the secrets albarn secrets out the literally the entire read away oh yeah the crowd of the show and now when you look at your opponent max holly dana light said his next any initial thoughts on that we were just talking about loved the alight i love the fiveman i feel like this is and people are saying is going to be the biggest featherweight fight since although mcgregor that's one object career and lay and it's going right he was not on a credit or your great fiveman slight two twolegged on the same age are on the same height and then he's emphasize same sized same everything and then grid and you know same and i say mentality mentality almost like same same tennisstyle right we can't we've always going to the same people just and also neither one of you are these trash talk or like you know he'll heels like you guys the reason why people tune in to watch you fight whose because reskill and you're good people and people relate to that you're not the you know the chill sonal ends or you know the the kobe come and tens of the world which is it's interesting it's real close i mean there yet entertainment and you know from from their barber it's amazing fight with razu that max trans we've got him ryan lazaris in hawaii under pedro sour who like an uncle to me yeah so like this i mean in friday trading hendrick out amid under hanzo was chubu new and it's pretty close as well but i know ryan personally i know maxis coach.

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