35 Burst results for "Emily H"

Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 d ago

Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID

"Through a freedom of information lawsuit guardian reporter Jimmy Tobias obtained newly unredacted emails detailing both the February 1st 2020 teleconference between doctor Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and virologists discussing the SARS CoV-2 virus as well as correspondence pertaining to COVID-19's possible origins After a long foia fight he tweets out I just received a bunch of new unredacted emails detailing his teleconference Emily cop a reporter with the nonprofit investigative research group U.S. right to know has incorporated these findings into an extensive and detailed timeline concerning the proximal origin of SARS CoV-2 She noted that in February 2020 when the aforementioned teleconference took place Several top virologists sought to examine the nature of the coronavirus that would go on to kill tens of millions of people worldwide Although the ultimately concluded in the journal nature medicine at the virus had not been engineered stating quote we do not believe that any type of laboratory based scenario is plausible behind the scenes it was a great deal of doubt Many of the scientists who were attempting to account for the origin of the Führer cleavage site on the virus's spike protein responsible for its relatively high infectivity were confronted with the strong possibility of human intervention U.S. rights in a reported that in January 2020 Danish evolutionary biologists and Scripps research institute immunology professor Christian G Anderson raised the matter of a gain of function study that looked like a how to manual for building the Wuhan coronavirus in a laboratory

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Abortion clinic that opened days after Roe fell is inundated

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Abortion clinic that opened days after Roe fell is inundated

"A new Planned Parenthood clinic in Kansas finds it as overwhelmed with demand from other states Just four days before a Kansas City Kansas abortion clinic opened its doors this past June the Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade The facility was planned as a place for women to get healthcare in a medically underserved working class neighborhood but now the clinic has been inundated with patients from other states that have restricted abortion like Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Texas and Louisiana The three Planned Parenthood centers in Kansas say they are only able to take about ten to 15% of the patients seeking abortions Those turned away are advised to take appointments in Colorado or New Mexico if they can get one It can take two weeks to get an appointment for a day after pill thousands of patients likely aren't getting appointments at all Few predicted Kansas would take on this role although in August voters rejected an amendment that would have cleared the way for tougher restrictions Emily Wales the president of Planned Parenthood great plains says the ecosystem is not even fragile it's broken I'm Jennifer King

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Why Are We Affirming Gender Confusion? Dr. Emily Has an Idea

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

Why Are We Affirming Gender Confusion? Dr. Emily Has an Idea

"With Emily. She is a medical professional. She has been a doctor working in the industry for 20 years. She has dealt with a lot of transgender patients. Can I ask you the complete idiots question as a non medical professional just a PhD in political science Emily? We do not affirm any other psychological issue. If you come in to a medical professional a psychiatrist or a psychologist and you say, I have, I think I'm fat and you weigh 70 pounds or I think I'm Napoleon or anything else that is psychological or psychiatric. We don't affirm that condition. Why are we affirming why are we affirming somebody who says I'm not a boy I'm a girl? That's a great question, Sebastian and the only answer I've come to is that it's a huge industry. It's a two over $2 billion industry and it's projected to increase to over 5 billion by 2030. So usually if something doesn't make sense, you always ask yourself to follow the money.

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Audit hits N. Dakota on vaccine handling; agency disputes it

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Audit hits N. Dakota on vaccine handling; agency disputes it

"A state audit finds issues with vaccine handling in North Dakota Who heads virus response for North Dakota's Department of Health is disputing an audit released Tuesday The auditor's office says the department gave patients nearly 2000 doses of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine that had been stored at incorrect temperatures and nearly 13,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine with missing temperature data There is redundancy in the system problems with documentation were being corrected and that no non viable vaccines were given an auditor spokeswoman Emily Dahl says they aren't recommending revaccination they're simply reporting what they found I'm Jennifer King

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Bill O'Reilly Calls in to Discuss His New Book 'Killing the Legends'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last month

Bill O'Reilly Calls in to Discuss His New Book 'Killing the Legends'

"With us right now is the legendary Bill O'Reilly who has a new book called killing the legends, Bill, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Emily and Charlie, what's up? Doing great. Congratulations on the new book. I feel like you have won every 6 months. It's pretty amazing. Tell us about this new one killing the legends. Yes, the subtitle is most important. The lethal danger of celebrity. And now that you are a celebrity, you need to read this book, Charlie. So every famous person in this country has a target on him or her. And the more famous you get, the bigger the target becomes. Now I wrote about Elvis Presley John Lennon, Muhammad Ali, they are the cover boys for killing the legends. Because each of those men change American culture. So American cultural history is not widely written about because most historians are snobs. But if you look at what Presley Lennon and Ali actually did, their contributions to our history are enormous, yet under reported. However, in the process of doing what they did, they all destroyed themselves.

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Brad Pitt Is Dating Emily Ratajkowski

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Brad Pitt Is Dating Emily Ratajkowski

"Speaking of great bodies, you know, I posted the story. I put this on the podcast days ago. Actually, two weeks ago, I said, Brad Pitt is dating Emily radical ski. It came and went because there was no proof that I was right. Now it's being written up in every newspaper and website that they're dating. They keep it at low key because, you know, she's just come out of a bad marriage and Brad's coming out of his hell hole with Angelina, but I had it two weeks ago. And I said, yeah, all right, they're together. He's gorgeous. She's hot. It's going to be a great relationship. But people are like, they don't want to, they don't all have to talk about this. They don't know what to say about this. Well, I don't know, you know, Brad quietly dated the last couple of years. He worries about Angelina. It's going to be bad mouth them to their kids and, you know, more than she already has. If she has a serious girlfriend, it's going to get really bad and Emily's coming out of the marriage and she can still get in trouble with what she no. It's not that way at all. I mean, first of all, if these two are going to be more serious, they're going to have to wait because Brad's got some messy bullshit with Angelina. You know, they got a way to walk. I mean, he's still fighting with her over custody of four of the 6 children. If I was him, I'd take one. I would take Shiloh, that's it. The rest of them, the adopted ones, get go. Go to your mother, go to Angelina. I don't want the adopted kids, especially packs, can't stand that little prick kid.

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Steve Bannon: 'They're Gonna Have to Kill Me to Stop Me'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Steve Bannon: 'They're Gonna Have to Kill Me to Stop Me'

"Is clear. This is all part and parcel of criminalizing conservatives in the speech in Philadelphia is the nadir or the crossing of the Yoruba con in that criminalization. But the idea that Steve Bannon, who's if there was one issue outside of the navy, perhaps if there's one issue that was closest to your heart in the last 6 years, it was building the wall that somehow you would build Americans out of money to build the wall. We've never had a donut. What we did in LPs. People want to see what we did their videos up and watch the movie saraka. Sicario. Sicario. Sicario is a story seen with Emily bloom. It's a story of El Paso, Texas, and Juarez. That's when we built the first wall straight up that multi cartels trafficked all the people. Look, I am so proud of the work we did and we're building one. Quite frankly, the ironies today is that mayor Adams has a team at the border today to find out what the causes are because he's made New York a sanctuary city. We literally have thousands of these unauthorized aliens coming into the country by 4.9 million. He's taken them when Abbas are busting up there, but now they're all going to New York. He's putting up in hotels in New York, social services are going to collapse. So Adam was actually sent a delegation to the, to the board of the day. He should have gone to the wall, or he should have, as you remember, Seth, we took it all over the country, saying every weekend of the phrase, every town's a boulder town, every space of border state, we went to Detroit. We went to Cincinnati. We went to Arizona. We started telling people we did conferences at the wall of the town of what were we telling them that this situation unless we finish the wall is going to get out of control and in 2022, it's so out of control that even Eric Adams on the day I get hold into a court is Senate delegation down there to find out what's going on. Look, I'm never going to stop. They're going to have to kill me to stop me, okay?

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Darin Hoover Reflects on the Anniversary of the Fall of Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Darin Hoover Reflects on the Anniversary of the Fall of Afghanistan

"It has been just over a year. Since the disgraceful withdrawal from Bagram from Afghanistan, it's been a year and a week. Since 13 of our servicemen and women were murdered by ISIS, and this administration that is responsible for those deaths had this to say about that anniversary play cut. Let me start with this. Many of us here at the department and across the government and millions of Americans in Afghanistan are mindful of today's meaning as the 20 yearlong U.S. Military mission in Afghanistan ended nearly one year ago. Ending the longest war in American history was never going to be easy. But one year later, we are in a stronger position as a country because of the president's decision. Better able to focus on the threats and challenges, but also the opportunities of today. Opportunities challenges, better positioned. It's all fabulous. I know 13 families that would beg to differ and we are honored to have with us the father of one of those who was lost staff sergeant Taylor, Hoover, welcome, mister Darren Hoover, to America first. Thank you, Sebastian, I appreciate it. So I know you can't easily share in words what the last year has been like. But will you just talk to us? Have the 13 families come together or have you mourn separately? Is there a community of the 13 lost service men and women in the last year? Yeah. We've got a Facebook messenger group that is just the parents, we're able to connect that way, we do keep in touch for the most part with everybody. It's been a rough year when we had to lean on each other and lean on the gold star families and having the support and love from literally across this world has been nothing short of amazing.

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Emily Jashinsky's One-Woman War Against TikTok

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Emily Jashinsky's One-Woman War Against TikTok

"Back with the culture beat portfolio holder. I like that. At the federalist, the dot com, she's Emily yoshiyuki. I'm gonna have to challenge her now. I'm watching a clip of his on her Twitter feed. Where you have glasses on. Is this fake news? Is this what you do on television? Do you put you put on those fake Charlie trappin and glasses? Because you're not wearing them right now. Are you Emily? No, I need them to read a teleprompter. So anytime I have three to tell, I'm nearsighted. So anytime I have three dollars. All right, so she's reading a teleprompter. Now we know these are the hard questions. These are the hard penetrating questions we ask here on America first. All right, let's talk about the reason we actually got you on the show. It's this piece you did for the federalist. Your single woman war, you are waging against TikTok, which is absolutely superb. Why is this such a problem? And tell our list is across the nation. What is TikTok's elections center Emily? It's unbelievable how under the radar the election senator election center is flying right now because TikTok a lot of people know is owned by a very powerful, very, very big Chinese company named ByteDance, which also owns and operates the Chinese version of TikTok. Well, they've been trying really hard to prove to American consumers that our data is going through Oracle. They've partnered with Oracle throughout all American data into the cloud and make sure that Oracle audits the algorithms so that this app, which is basically the most popular app in the country that an average teenager spends hours a day on is being sort of controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. But of course, by Chinese law, any time the Chinese Communist Party would come to ByteDance and ask for the data, they would have to give up access to it. There are a number of people a new Forbes report showed there are plenty of people that work at ByteDance on TikTok. They have TikTok in their portfolio who are currently or formerly have worked for state media in China. Our own Justice Department found that there were some a 130 members of the Chinese Communist Party working for ByteDance in 2020. And so this massively powerful network that our teenagers are spending hours of time on, it could well be tweaked by the CCP players of the long game in the CCP to get us very addicted because it's a very addictive product

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The Federalist's Emily Jashinsky on Shifts in Media Culture

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

The Federalist's Emily Jashinsky on Shifts in Media Culture

"Think that any of this is going to change? I mean, Brian stelter is now flipping burgers somewhere. Cuomo is declared himself a free agent on social media despite the fact that nobody actually wants to hire him. Have you seen any trend any signals since you have the culture beat of the federalists that media culture is waking up or is it just the most woke of the woke are losing, but the institutions like CNN are still going to go down with the ship? The business model here is really an interesting aspect of that conversation because on the surface you do see some moves like at CNN, the new guy there, Chris licht, who took over for Jack Zucker, wants to make CNN the sort of global neutral brand again that's doing serious hard hitting foreign reporting. That's why stelter's out the window. That's why I didn't do it doesn't do Twitter doesn't really believe in Twitter for journalists and is trying to make all of these moves to reign in the coverage to tell his anchors to stop using the big lie, but it's not working. And the dynamic is so interesting because I think there are some older, more sober voices who lived through the old media period and have seen the transition and are horrified by it, but it's kind of too late because they've let it in the door. And they've let it in the door at a time when our media ecosystem is totally splintering. So The Old Guard is less powerful than it ever has been and people can cluster in these niches. The wine moms can watch Don lemon and lap it up and Stephen Colbert, but you know, you used to have Johnny Carson's writers sitting in Manhattan every night thinking, what is going to make America laugh? And that's why he was number one. And he was

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Biden Unleashes a 'Nonsensical Word Salad' and Gets Called Out

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Biden Unleashes a 'Nonsensical Word Salad' and Gets Called Out

"Emily yasinsky. Emily, welcome back to America first. Thanks so much for having me, stab. Just don't call me sir like you did in the break because then I'm going to terminate this interview very, very rapidly. Emily. I learned that lesson the hard way. Okay, good. Let's have some fun. Let's talk about why don't seem to be such a positive real American media. This popped up on my social media feed yesterday and he's from Australia and my producer mister G when I sent it to him, he said, how come I've never seen a Montage like this on Fox News? This is Sky News Australia cut ten play cut. This week the world got a frightening inside into what happens when you unleash the president without notes and auto cue or someone screaming instructions in his ear. You get this nonsensical word salad. Tell me how you do that. I understand it. It's clear in space. You're accurate. But how and making the case of the freedom Manhattan, what do you do to other than to sort of embarrass men and getting into the end of the argument and voting the right way? On this issue. Okay, we also saw president Joe Biden and deliver this rousing and totally coherent message to rally the troops for the midterms. If we elect two more senators, we keep the Democrats. We're going to get a lot of unfinished business. We're going to get done. Just in case you missed that, he said if we elect two more senators, we keep the house and Democrats. We're going to get a lot of unfinished business. We're going to get done, okay? Why do we have to wait for Australians to give us great little packages like that, Emily? Yeah, and they spared no mercy. I mean, it's unbelievable. And that's what journalists exist do to hold powerful people to account. And so it is rather sad that our own media, which could fill up prime time every single day basically on a daily basis with the nonsensical things that Joe Biden has said. And they probably should, by the way, because he's the leader of the free world. He's the leader of our country at the very least you'd think this would matter to voters, but we see very, very little of it.

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A Justice Denied

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | 3 months ago

A Justice Denied

"Speaking of which, this segues nicely into what we were going to bring up at the start of the show and then I segued with the music conversation. I was very impacted today, listening to Dennis a show. I try to catch as much of your show as I can every day. And in the second hour, you interviewed an inmate in a federal prison who was a January 6th rioter. What was his name, John? John Emily. Those of you who did not hear it, I can not encourage you enough to go back to it and listen. It was one of the most devastating things I've ever heard in my life seriously. True. This individual, first of all, you even remarked this on the air, he really does seem like a good natured person because he kept deflecting the attention away. His own suffering. And talking about that woman who is, of course, whose name. Now I'm the one who's bad at the name. Well, yeah. I can't remember. There was a new name to me too. Rebecca. One of the women who were killed and January 6. On January 6th, beaten to death by the police officers there. He kept deflecting the attention away from himself onto that woman.

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Mississippi residents prepare for possible river flooding

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Mississippi residents prepare for possible river flooding

"Some Mississippi residents are preparing for a possible ripper flooding and coming days I Norman hall two years out of the pearl river overflowed its banks officials in Jackson Mississippi or warning that it is once again a threat Hydrologists predicted will crest just shorter the levels from 2020 mayor chuck huyler momba is warned residents in low lying areas to evacuate Renter Emily Davis a medical student was given a heads up by her landlord She's just gonna be in proactive to make sure we get everything out so there's no furniture damage or anything Storms dumped torrential rainfall in Mississippi and other parts of the Deep South earlier in the week sending rivers out of their banks I Norman hall

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NY Post: Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman Says FBI Agent Threatened Him

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 months ago

NY Post: Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman Says FBI Agent Threatened Him

"This is just breaking Literally just breaking New York Post Hunter Biden laptop repairman John Paul macisaac Says the Federal Bureau of Investigation an FBI agent threatened him to hush up This is by Miranda divine boy she good And Emily crane the computer repair shop owner who blew the whistle on Hunter Biden's infamous laptop claims in a new book that an FBI said in a new book that an FBI agent threatened him to stay silent John Paul Mack Isaac said two federal agents came to his Mac shop in Wilmington Delaware in December 2019 to recoup the laptop following a subpoena He details in his new book American injustice my battle to expose the truth Now let's just stop a second What damn businesses of the FBI is to get Hunter Biden's laptop back mister producer Why are they getting and getting the laptop for a hundred Biden And why are they getting the diary for Biden's daughter If it doesn't affect Joe Biden in any kind of a federal criminal way why is the top federal criminal law enforcement agency involved securing the laptop or that diary

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Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 7 months ago

Will We Ever Get Justice for Enduring the Lockdowns?

"Ramona from North Carolina, Charlie, are we ever going to get justice? For what they did during the lockdowns. She has some pretty, let's say aggressive four letter words in there, some swear words. So I'm not going to continue that. So I'm just going to summarize her question like that. There's a new story out that pairs nicely with Ramona's question. Remote learning according to freebie dot com had an even worse effect on U.S. students education than was previously known. K through 12 students who attended school from home in the 2021 school year lost 50% of their typical math curriculum learning, according to a Harvard study. Quote Emily oster from Brown university said it's pretty clear that remote school was not good for learning. Oh, who would have possibly been able to predict this? Anthony Fauci and all these people, Deborah birx, the scarf woman, did so much damage to our country. Children are at a low risk of severe illness of death from COVID-19 in school transmissions is also extremely rare. Quote, in places where schools reopened that summer and fall, the spread of COVID was not noticeably worse than in places where schools remain closed. Schools also reopen in parts of Europe without seeming to spark outbreaks. This is intergenerational abuse. While grandparents were able to still go, golf outside and see their property values increase their grandkids had masks on being abused in schools. Now, I'm not blaming the grandparents. I'm not. But there were plenty of people that recept the generis and octogenarians that were perfectly fine with locking down the country. While their kids and their grandkids and grandkids in particular have been totally and completely and permanently damaged by the lockdown agenda.

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Kayleigh McEnany, Emily Compagno React to Leftists Targeting Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 7 months ago

Kayleigh McEnany, Emily Compagno React to Leftists Targeting Justices

"Let's listen to Kayleigh McEnany and Emily yesterday on Fox News react to the news that leftist crazed, unhinged, vicious, radical, wildly radical activists are marching on the homes of the conservative justices of the Supreme Court. A very dangerous campaign of intimidation and harassment may now be about to unfold in the fight over roe V wade, as the radical left looks to target the conservative justices on the Supreme Court after the leak draft opinion on abortion. And while security fencing is put up around where they work, but not continuing on our southern border, there's that. Now we have just learned there's an increased police presence outside of the justices home. And here's why. Some left wing groups are actually directing protesters to show up at the doorsteps of 6 quote extremists justices. Even publishing the street names where they live with their families and now police are bracing for violence. Emily, it's two groups that are pushing people to go to the homes of Supreme Court Justices. One called Rus cinis, another called shutdown D.C.. They want to candlelight vigil. Join us to a march to justice Kavanaugh's and Robert's homes. Another one saying urging protesters to go to the homes of the 6 extremist justices. You can't make this up. No, and my issue with this, in addition to the publishing of their addresses, is that the amplification of that. And then the galvanizing of people to show up at their doors, right? You can protest all you want in those public places, but we all remember what happened to federal judge Esther Salas in 2020 when her son was shot dead on their doorstep because of a disgruntled

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The Tragic Plight of Black Millionaires

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 9 months ago

The Tragic Plight of Black Millionaires

"That we have to address. There's a problem where I think we need a committee, probably a parade, a march, maybe even a riot. I think this problem is such a big deal. We met have to go burn down Wendy's. In fact, it's such a big problem. It might mandate the theft of televisions. It's such a big problem that soon I can start to see people change their profile picture on social media to no longer stand with Ukraine, but instead I stand with black millionaire donors. What? According to The Associated Press, they have a new story. America is so racist. We are so terrible that self made black millionaires, their victims of racism. Emily Haines from the chronicle of philanthropy for Associated Press writes an article here about millionaires of color. And the article is this, quote, how racism still affects millionaires, donors of color. Suppose you're out there that are not millionaires that are working your tail off just to be able to pay the bills, The Associated Press wants you to know, you're oppressing the millionaires. Okay? The millionaires that made it in America? They're oppressed. I could just see it right now. What do we stand for? Freedom against two. The middle class. Why? 'cause they're oppressing the millionaires. What? The Associated Press continues by saying that, quote, the finding of the study demonstrates ways that racism has affected the lives of millionaires of color. From the way they raise their families to the people and the causes they support. So it opens up with this ridiculous anecdote. Again, this is The Associated Press. This is not some sort of brown magazine. Brown university magazine article. This is The Associated Press. The story

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Storm expected to glaze Pennsylvania, New England in ice

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Storm expected to glaze Pennsylvania, New England in ice

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"emily h" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"But something I think Charlotte would does in her book and it's something I really admired is exactly that I guess internalized misogyny that a lot of women have. Which is really important. And I think that the characters in this too, like, for example, we talked about when the media dig up that night had a history of violence against women. Of course, there was context in there. There's a larger discussion to be had about alcohol use and his girlfriend's own violent behavior and all of that. But I think it's really an important thing in there too that Chris defends his use of violence. She finds excuses for it. And that that's a perfectly natural thing for her to do. And I think we as a society do do that. There's certain men in certain circumstances that we do excuse their violence and women are just as complicit in that as many. The other thing about the similarity between the two books was 6. The women were really happy to have sex. Without any gratuities without any emotion, and it's bringing, I think, a whole new generation of women to my type of reading. I'm old. No, I mean, I just think and it should be. Yeah, I think a lot of women like sex. And that's fine. And I think it's actually, you know, we talk about this as a story about sex and violence and it is. But those two things are so often linked. And that's a true thing that we need to talk about. But it shouldn't get to the stage where they're always linked. Or when we're only talking about sex or women's sex lives or sexual desires as something that is somehow, if not forced, then they're tricked out of it, or they're doing it for just to please a man or something like that and not something that women couldn't actually do just because it's fun..

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"emily h" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"And for a moment, nothing happened. Then the smell of wet earth filled the kitchen. It was so strong and thick I started to gag. Just like that it went away and so did the cold. I ran to my room and started undressing ready to chuckle my work gear and get out of there, but as soon as I pulled on my shirt, the most terrible screaming started in my head, I know it was in my head because I fell onto the bed and pulled the pillow over my face and stuck my hands over my ears and it just got louder and clearer. I don't know how long I like that wishing for it to stop. But at some point it got quieter. And I could hear the little girl's voice underneath. On cold Chrissy and cold and cold I'm so so cold. And the wet earth was in my mouth and throat again. I threw the pillow off my face over balanced, crashed to the floor. The voice and the scream stopped instantly. I crouched their panting, waiting for something else, so for enough, nothing to know it was over. A shadow was spreading out on the wall in front of me, spreading and darkening. I pressed my hand to it and was relieved at the heat because that was a predictable thing in the midst of it all here was something familiar. I brought my hand away it was covered in blood. I ran to the kitchen, turned on the tap, but my hand was clean and dry. I noticed the house had become quiet, and I was warm. I also noticed my work shirt had a big rip along the left seam..

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"emily h" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Mishap on today's program meant an interview recorded some years ago went to air. But I remember this book being a relevant read then as it is today. Emily Maguire talks about her shortlisted stellar book. An isolated incident. Well, it's published or not, but I'm by myself. David's not here this morning, but it's a most interesting chat I have this morning with Emily Maguire. Emily Maguire is from Sydney and welcome. Thank you. Emily McGuire has set her book. How have I between Sydney at Melbourne? You've given this township, strat day, a population of 3000 are made up name, and why make it there? I really wanted it to be a place that felt familiar. That felt like one of those towns on the Hume highway that any of us who've done the long drive between Sydney and Melbourne have stopped at. But because all kinds of sinister and unpleasant things happen there. I didn't want to impose those events on a real place. So I've kind of put it pretty much smack bang where I think maybe takata is. But that of course is a tiny, tiny town and there's no resemblance whatsoever to my fictional strategy. The story starts with the police knocking at Chris's door. She's not expecting them to bring her cake or wine. She knew it was bad news. What was it? For the news is that her younger sister who's been missing for a couple of days has been found dead. So Chris was taken to the morgue. As the author, you chose not to be descriptive here about the state the body was in. Why was that? There's a couple of reasons from the outset I wanted to write at least in part about the way that the media and also sometimes fiction books and TV shows can really exploit the deaths of women, particularly attractive young women..

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"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"How do you get such great guests. O i feel so lucky. Truly our callers have always been really vulnerable and the honor of my career. Yeah like these people. I am so interested in being there being so open. And they're like really cool people. And i wanna be friends with both of them. So yeah you gave tremendous advice to both of our callers in katie made me think about. Mit twenty especially my teen years. When i was first having sex. And i was with my first boyfriend and it wasn't a great relationship but i was in love. I was in love. He was the cutest guy my high school and i couldn't believe he liked me so i was a power dynamic that was equal at all so when i i was having sex i was incredibly self conscious of being very inexperienced. When did you become more sexually confident. It's really interesting because she really affected me in her confidence to bring it up. So i would say when i started sleeping with women because before that everything in my sexual relationships with men was. I never thought about what what i what i wanted. It was. I wanted to be amazing. And everything he wanted and so it never even occurred to me of thinking of a sexual experience in me having pleasure even though like i did at certain things but like i never relieving knew what that was until i was with a woman who i mean on our first date brought out a vibrator and was li- i like this center and i was like god. You can can say these things and and you know those things. And it's weird. Because i think i used to have a big sexual confidence with men because i felt like i knew what could do for you and this is all in my teenage twenty year old. Whatever head of leg. I will figure out whatever it is you like and i will be the best at it and that was what sex was to me so i was pretty confident there but then that was coming from a complete insecurity of like everything else about me so i think it was when i was with women who showed me their confidence and that's why i feel it. Katie affected me so much like i think. It's so important for people like that to be role models. I look to that. And i wanna be like that. Now you can articulate what you need and want and you are reasonable and so therefore you should be able to expect those things. Yeah for me. It's realizing they're on the other side of it. I find that attracted if i find it. Attractive that she says that. I don't want someone who's gonna be like. Oh whatever I like what you like like. it is attractive. Have a self. Which i think especially as an actor when you grow up in it yourself is just whatever anybody else wants emily. Will you tell us about your project. What role wasn't that question. I always like it was a job that i got exactly thrilled. Yeah that question was always like what am i going to say no and not work but what has been great about shits creek is that it has allowed me and i don't take this for granted because i've been an actor who has not gotten offers but i've been given more choice like i can. Now say yes to this and no to that but this actually came to me in such an amazing way that i kind of couldn't say no to it not that i wanted to but i just sold my own. Show that. I'm a writer on for the first time and i was reading. Stephen king's book called on writing. She wrote a book about writing. It's great and i got in my inbox this script and my role in this stephen king adaptation chapa weight is a writer in a stephen king adaptation in eighteen fifties. And so i was like this. Is the universe saying like do this. But also what i loved was. That isn't adaptation of a stephen king story set me eighteen fifties a gothic horror. And what i love. Is that my character kind of goes into this story in the guise of being a governess to get into this house in order to get info for her book. I can't wait that some so great. So yeah it's on ethics and it's with kademi award winner adrian brodie and yeah. It's really if you like. Stephen king you will definitely be satisfied. Okay two different questions one. What was something in on writing by stephen king that you really digested and to. What would be the best advice in general that you broom innate on that you've experienced in your life okay. So from the book it's the simplest thing but it's like right and then put it away and come back to it and it was something that i'd done before. Maybe once by accident. That i came back to something like a month later and i was like. Oh this is not as good as i thought it was or whatever is giving yourself that distance from it and like just write without judgment. Let yourself do that. And make it a practice on a daily basis. But the thing that i now put into practice is the put it away and come back to it later later leader and the best advice i mean. The first thing that comes to mind. I don't know that this is advice though. But it's something. I always think about as an actor. And it's this quote under. Don't even know who it's from but it's just because it's fiction doesn't mean it's not true and that i think of all the time in acting like even when we were ending shits creek people are always like was it hard to leave the show when all that and honestly what was hard. Was these relationships that we'd formed as a cast was so.

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"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hey tyler how are you good how are you doing. I'm great. i'm here with emily hampshire. She is just awesome is great teachable. So tyler tell us what's going on. Yeah so my wife. And i have been married for five years. You dated for nine. And we've known each other for about gosh thirteen and i really want to re proposed her away. Tyler you have to tell us about your original proposal which you kind of described as a disaster. This actually is very good. I have been on both ends of a proposal. So i think i help. It's vulnerable position. Oh so vulnerable super. Yes all my empathy is for guys who purpose go forth so Just kind of the story. I guess is we were both in school. I was just completing my undergrad and she just finished her degree and she was going to be moving out of state for a little bit because she's doing like an accelerated program basically and initially. I wanted the kind of like a surprise going away party. And it was gonna be like this really cool thing for this really good event than i found the perfect ring. Ak got to do it. And then i want to do this and just through being excited and everything. I decided that maybe we should make this like one large event. And it'll be really cool. Like i'll just start out as this surprise party. Four and everything and then proposed aware and they'll be like is huge. Sendoff in front of other friends will be epic. I didn't think it all the way through the show. And not only that. It was kind of a trainwreck. Kinda going through on it so it was at a local restaurant slash bar not the most romantic place in the world and down so the idea was everybody is going to be there and then i was going to blindfolds her and just kind of drive around town and we're going to show up so we show up and i'm trying to guide her up to the door and get her inside and they look around and i see like only a couple of people out of just this random crowd of people i look at one of my buddies on my where everybody and he just kind of looks around and shrugs like i don't know so i didn't really to do just kind of like took her blindfold off. She's like really excited and looking around and then she started getting really confused. Like why am i here. So then i see kind of everybody in the back like waving at us. You walked back there and there are a lot of people there in. It's great lakes still had a lot of people. They're no fun. And i got to a point where i have like this whole speech written out of just thinking for being here and we're doing this for more again is a great send-off and she such a great person and then i was going to propose like i had this whole thing written out and right when i started getting everybody's attention. There is a speaker above us. I just started playing slade loud music. No and you're already flustered. Nobody heard my speech. She didn't even know as opposing Got down on wendy this you so you drop something. It was a bummer. So yeah like have a party and all that stuff and then we left and another thing. I kind of dropped. The ball is really planned for us. What to do afterwards like your both living with our parents and stuff so it's not like we had like any time to kinda dislike youth each other kinda i don't just be happy and excited and everything else so it just ended up becoming a fight a little bit a. It's kind of like a down a letdown. Just the realization of like. Oh man i. I really off the ball and it was a bummer by. I mean she's still said yes. Obviously so i mean it worked out. Obviously i watch a lot of on youtube. They had she said knows. And those are also you keep saying you drop the ball and like. I really don't think you did. I think you were kind of you. Know we have victim of really unfortunate circumstances but anyways To this day as she not feel like she had a proposal that was up to her expectations. Were as as early that. It's more on me. That i'm always bummed out when people ask only got eight totally get that like did you do it. I'm like oh my god. So i guess i just kind of ironic that i'd put myself on a podcast. Tell this story. I don't know he's got to get an over with they. Were asking me again. Independent of your specific situation tyler. I have always had like a cynical view on this idea of like the surprise in terms of engagement because it feels terrifying. Kind of like you're about to make the biggest decision of your life and it's a surprise and the pressure is on you know in your case like the proposer to create this grand romantic gesture so i just think the whole system works against all of us as your wife ever brought up the proposal resent you that carries this kind of like i failed. It's me yeah okay. This is good news. This is corrine This is great news. And i completely empathize with you and get this because my ex husband did the greatest proposal of all time and when anybody would ask me how he proposed. I was so proud to say because he made his room into a fort for me because we loved pillow fords and it was super simple but it was just so personal to us and great when i proposed i was so stressed out about what to do because it had to live up to that and i know that might not sound good to people but to me. It meant a lot. So when i proposed to my ex-fiancee i was so stressed out about that being something she would like. That would be the greatest thing ever. And i think what i failed in. That was trying to make it something not as her signal to us and more kind of cliche of what one should do for a proposal. And i'm so embarrassed of it now and so like. I never want anybody to ask me how i propose so i totally get it and it's so stressed all edits. I can't believe you wanna do this again. 'cause i never do it again. The advice though that i would give you're gonna propose is to really do it. Personal to her and what she had no matter what 'cause you clearly served everybody else's needs like the family and friends and stuff and it should be between you guys like a personal inside thing between you guys think definitely i do love the idea of an intimate dinner party at a restaurant with some of those people if she's kind of person. I'm also the with emily. I like having those moments of sentiment very intimate and i think just in general performers. We don't always know what to do. When presented with a real life performance. Yes from a real..

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"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Kids. And i think the breakup was more intense for me. Just because i never really figured out who. I was in between that time of the break-up of my marriage and then meeting the next person. I fell in love with and i thought i'd never fall in love again after my marriage was never gonna happen really. Oh yeah now. I know it's never going to happen. Then never now. I am actively debbie. And i were talking about this. It's taken me so long to actually like feel confident that i'm so afraid to get into a relationship and just give myself up and do everything for the other person. I think that's really strong. And i think it's a great place for you because like you said you didn't give yourself that time. Yeah i didn't but it sounds like you're also probably a great person to be in a relationship with. I don't think. I know x has painted me and i definitely can feel good about how i left relationships but yeah that's funny anyways before. We talked to tyler. What qualities do you look for in a romantic partner. It's so weird. Because i have vowed to never have a romantic partner get not sexually. I'll sleep with the. But i'm so adamantly against it for myself right now but if i do it's this very very profound authenticity. 'cause i can think if there's one thing though that does connect the people that i'm attracted to is that they're just so real like my ex husband. What i remember falling in love with was that she had no heirs about him. Like to the point where he just always say the true thing and it didn't matter what anybody else thought and it wasn't rude ever. He was just honest about himself to a point where most people would be like embarrassed to say something like that or whatever he was just. Lets me which. I love that. And i like something happens to my year when i hear a phoniness in anything. All my reps know this to that. Don't bullshit me about anything. Or because i get this feeling that there's something not true happening in my mind is going to go way worse than what you could ever tell me the truth so just i like straight shooting. I needed or else. I feel like i'm crazy am completely with you or i just don't like to hear it at all fair fair okay. Emily are you ready to talk to tyler. Yeah yeah this episode of unqualified is brought to you by mosey baby mosey baby are makers of the mosey. Kit a groundbreaking home insemination product. Which is kind of like uber for sperm. If you've ever heard of a you. I an iv f. You know that these procedures can cost tens of thousands of dollars at only eighty nine dollars each mosey. Kit includes collection cup educational instructions and to mosey syringes. The first and only designed especially for baby making to ensure you make the most of each try the mosey kit is clinically proven to be as effective as i you i. For conception and much more romantic than a doctor's office. The syringes are simple to use in our justice. Comfortable and familiar as using a tampon. Mosey also has ovulation predictor kits and pregnancy tests. Everything you need discreetly delivered to your door wondering whether mosey is a good fit for you check out their instructional videos educational articles real stories from the mosey community and get inspired to start your journey. Mosey baby has helped thousands of families inseminate safely comfortably and effectively at home with the mosey kit ready to make a visit mosey baby dot com slash on a to get fifteen percent off your first mosey baby purchase again. That's m. o. s. i. e. v. a. b. y. dot com slash a. n. a. to get fifteen percent off your first mosey baby purchase. This episode of unqualified is brought to you in part by zell the fast easy and safe way to send money to family friends. Almost anyone with the bank account in the us you can use l. to pay for all kinds of things like the plumber who simultaneously fixes your toilet and solves the case of the missing dinosaur or your cello teacher who pretends to believe that you've been practicing and is so convincing that you almost believe that you've did practice. Of course it makes a lot of sense when you're surfing instructor. Says she prefers to be paid through zell to you can use to send money as a gift like when you're unable to attend the wedding. Never college roommate. Because you've unfortunately made plans to be away that year and that same roommate can send you money right from her banking app when she realizes she forgot. Your birthday. cell is in over a thousand banking apps and when money is sent between enrolled sell users it goes straight into the recipients bank account in minutes. Look.

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"emily h" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Or everyone all right emily. Do you have just mere everyone i to here. It is when i get up in the morning and get ready. I put my pajamas back on before. I eat breakfast so i don't get food on myself and then changed my clothes later. Even though i have otherwise gotten completely ready that is not just you. You think not just me. I don't know because i do stuff like that. Like putting on the mike especially my bra put on my clothes that i'm to wear to leave the house or that i'm going to wear to. The studio is the very last thing i do like. I don't want for different reasons than you. It sounds like but. I just don't want one extra minute in actual close. Oh yeah us even is true. Like the hard pants Her cancer not are not so good. But yeah i think. I think i'm just always. Even though my kids are big night. I like i have like a holdover from when they were just like. Throw food at you Which actually is really still true. That i actually that's still happen. So maybe it like makes a lot of sense yes. There wasn't any time. When i was younger where i would put on my clothes and then put on makeup and do my hair and now right now it's like everything is done identical asset. Yes yeah yes that is not just you tony. What about you. Your clothes and shoes are on the second. You exit the shower right and then you do your hair or shave or whatever you do. Yep yeah so weird life because men who have like more comfortable clothes yes. Yeah like my i. We talked about this recently. My husband wears his jeans until he goes to bed. You take them off. I know soon as i get. Hold on like i get stuff off me whereas my lululemon pants same okay and then do you have a. Would you tell someone.

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"emily h" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Friend zone zoom parties a level. You can text me. And i'll text you back access to thursday show videos. This particular video will be on youtube. Youtube dot com slash out some resin But people can submit questions for my guests and we have some questions as you have an soon..

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"emily h" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"I think he wants three. Yeah they would like to sort of recreate the the thing that we have but i think for us my husband has to. My husband has one sister. So i think there's a little bit of but yeah i had exactly like when when our son was born. It was like okay like now. We're now we're like we're like we're a. My daughter was at my four years apart so there was like we had like a longtime with the baseline and then and how did you decide on that number so we thought that we somehow decided to was to was like too few why we i don't remember what the source of that was but i remember always thinking that and then we were thinking we sort of initially had made that we would have tried to have them three years apart and then that three years was kind of right in the middle of like a really like sort of chaotic time professionally. Where we were thinking of moving into didn't like a lot of stuff is going up. It's just like you know what this is not a good environment in which is not a good time for us to also be like having a having a baby and so then we then we. I don't know in the end like a year later. It was sort of better and they're almost exactly like two weeks apart. There is really two weeks apart so we like almost hit it right on and i was at the same conference i found out i was pregnant with both kids. I wow yeah. Mine are three weeks apart to two years and three weeks so i had it in. My sister and i are four years apart I had it in my head. That two years was the perfect number. The ideal space. And you know you can find people giving you all sorts of advice about this but it was like there. I remember a nurse that i liked..

"emily h" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Marks cries patients just joined us during the commercial. Break to laura's catanha's doing delors doing great. I mean my favorite people in the world. i love your jumpsuit. Thank you and also you're in the middle of production on jersey. And i mean i don't wanna ruin anything but it's hi guys came out right out of the gate hot talked about giveaway tastic story. This is my right. Well listen you. Were born beautiful. All right michael. Emily h wants to know your reaction to the news of jenn. Shah's arrest upsetting. I never liked it to go that far with any of the housewives whether i'm a fan or not a fan with a good guy or a bag. I don't wanna see that giselle. Joey wants to know. Why don't you ever of the ladies over to your pleasure critical every time you're invited to the other women's homes. Tem state-owned good. It's a situation. Oh boy wow it's a two-parter parter okay. I'd love julius. Michael like candice and karen are going to be able to get a good place. I feel like kenniston karen. We'll get to could place before the green eyed bandit and karen. We'll get a good play. Correct okay well. It is time for watch what happens. Five michael may be one of our foremost leaders when it comes to talking trash but his well respected housewives rankings have never been garbage. I'm giving him the florida counties top-five current housewives.

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"emily h" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Dead America

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"emily h" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on No End In Sight

"So there's there's and i don't want to dismiss that at all because that's very very serious thing for anybody to deal with but it's it is not the same kind of thing it's easier to put away for twenty four hours by you go to you know whatever i was gonna say like family gathering not doing that right now either so but you know what i'm saying. Is that because your body isn't. It's not on if you're not thinking about it. Your body isn't necessarily some people's bodies aren't i'm like every generates a generalization. We both know that we make for like we know. It's not true for everybody but there are some people who get to live far less. Ethan's matic life after cancer treatment. At of course that doesn't undo the experience of having lived with cancer and knowing sarah yeah and also it's not the same as kiai management where a cancer takes on a really more chronic. I mean it is a chronic illness. It just isn't like they get put under different narrative umbrellas and i got hospitals. Yeah yeah right. And it's like from e part. I have a palliative care. Doctor and i go really to get treatment that is specifically cancer related like i take medicine for my fatigue. I you know those kind of things that like an ongoing deal that other people wouldn't necessarily have to endure if the cancer is quote unquote gone. Like there's so. I'm constantly it's weird. 'cause i feel like i- densify very very strongly with the chronic us community but also and this is self-imposed nobody in the chronic illness community has done this to me but i also feel like because i have a very specific very know at word. I wanna use here because people mess around with it I feel like. I have a sort of privilege because my diagnosis over people who either one don't have diagnosis at all or have these kind of lying diagnoses that nobody really understands well and that doctors don't even take very seriously you know i. I feel like that may be. I don't belong. Because i have such specific such a very seriously taken disease and again i want to reiterate nobody in the chronic illness community has made me has said anything to me to make me feel that way i just you know we internalize all of these things coming at us and sometimes i just sit with that feeling like i don't deserve to be treated like i don't know and then but then other people will be like. Oh well. i shouldn't complain because you've got cancer. And i'm like no no no. We are all valid here..

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"emily h" Discussed on No End In Sight

No End In Sight

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on No End In Sight

"Okay perfect so then. I like to start by asking people. How is your health as a kid. Yes so. I feel like as a kid. I was pretty healthy and normal looking back. You know i. I was reading your transcript for your first member. So you know and that. That whole retrospect look back at everything i think. Oh well that could have been a thing you know but as far as doctors and my parents and i was concerned i've felt like i was a pretty healthy kid. Yeah and that. I mean of course for lots of people because people get sick in all kinds of ways like complete fence for you. Was there a single moment when things started to change. Do they change kind of gradually. At first it was yet like there's a defining moment for me around twenty fourteen. When i we have a slow brutally cold and snowy winter here and i was just tweeting about this actually and i fell and slipped on the ice and hit my head. I was unconscious for a couple of minutes or seconds out. There wasn't long whilst business. Yeah and so. I always attributed that to just. It was like cold and snowy but now i have a brain tumor. It affects my balance. Now that i look back at that even i questioned. Why would i have lost my balanced. If this hadn't been inside my head you know so. I don't know but after that point to your question after that point i've felt like Things just weren't right with me. You know at any point after that and really end thinking of it as a concussion at that time like a i or some kind of a head injury or were you even thinking about it in that way at all. I know at that point. No i wasn't because after the fall it was a couple of days later i went into the doctor because i still was feeling kind of weird you know and i thought well i better get it checked out so i had a. Cat scan and there was no swelling. Or whatever so. I mean. Yeah i'm sure i was cuts but there was nothing that was alarming to anybody at that point and then for several months after that it was just the fatigue hit me like i had never known fatigue before prior to getting would i call sick prior to that. You know i used to run five ks and not because i enjoyed exercise but i kind of enjoyed punishing myself. You know seeing what i could do. Would i could what limits i could stretch and whatever so. I was in relatively decent shape before that. So when i started feeling this his like thirty thirty four at the time when i started feeling this decline. The first thing that entered my mind was well. You're just not being active enough. You know and so. I kept pushing and kept pushing and it kept getting worse you know and so like that was the clue to me as just like know your own body and understand what's happening. That was included me. That something was really wrong. And oh and at that point. That was mostly fatigue review. I know it's so hard. Because obviously in retrospect again you have like different vocabulary..

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"emily h" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"emily h" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"And it's the first thing that pops up awesome right there you go. So that's that's the place to start so audiobooks i mean that's really acting and you really just. It's all voice isn't it. Yeah yeah it is. So how do you prepare for something like that. You mean like for an individual project. Or i mean you. Obviously you're reading so you're but you're also acting out. I guess all various parts to. Yeah so well whenever i get a project. I'll read the book. And so i'll know what the story is in the different characters in i'll make choices of how to voice the different characters based on who they are the book and i mean yeah. That's pretty much all it takes to prepare for one a lot at this point. So i'm i'm a i'm just really good at. I guess knowing which voices to pick in what's going to work so doesn't take very long to prepare. It's more the the actual recording and then the editing process. That takes a long time. Sure i think you're being a little modest. It's not as easy as it sounds. Believe me i might. Narration skills are are limited. So i mean it's it's not as easy as it sounds for people to do something like that and then to act out the different roles too. I mean it's not easy. I really have a lot of respect for people that do you do with audio book. So thank you yeah. It's it's a really cool thing. And i mean nowadays people. Just listen to it in your car. Or i guess the end and back in the day cds. Now you can get it as an mp three take it with you on your on your on your iphone or whatever device you're using these days to the play music or audio and it's really amazing that they've really kind of had a renaissance as a result so it's year yeah i actually. I love listening to audio books. I listened to them like when i'm exercising and driving places and basically anytime he listened to music. I listened to an audiobook instead for cool berg cool. Well i certainly wish you the best emily. I'm glad we were able to get through this and really i. It sounds like a really fascinating project and dhabi keeping an eye on it and would love to talk to you after it's out and kinda get your feelings on how shooting went and all that absolutely love that. Thanks for reaching out to me. I love talking to young filmmakers. And i actually just A you went to the tisch school right in new york. That's so that's so funny. Because i just interviewed teddy seasonal who also went to dish and he has a sifi short film that he's already completed and he's kind of showing around and It was a lot more ambitious because he has a lot of special effects and green screen. So i mean it was just i film. He really took on always made other films but for first film. In the sci fi genre he really went all out as far as the facts and everything. But it's actually a pretty cool little short. I would hope there's a place to show shorts. You know like that..

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"emily h" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"emily h" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Party. Or like i should go to the party and and that's i guess mu- damsel of love but when that i needed to mind that dialogue so much know exactly what i'm talking about when when you talk. Those is like it not fancy. I needed to have a reason whether or not we find out later. Or not. What i mean by And what was great that carry love very easter egg and jennifer's dialogues. So a lot of the stuff. I found out when i just like telling him. Oh this is what i think is even is what i'm like in my head is what jennifer backstories and whatever and then he'll he'll tell me oh no no like oh i can tell you this you can cut it out if it's too much but like something like i talk about leave changing or there's a whole thing about the war and there's there's lots of jennifer dialogue i think if people watch closely and then well well pay off later or if they watch the theories again will of god that the cool thing is and and this is what's coming up in the night room episode I'm not gonna give anything away. But i think people will see different shades of jennifer in that episode and and really get an idea of what she went through a little bit. So i did like that a lot about her and and she just has another level is the relationship that she has with. Aaron's coal is really neat to see and you see a little bit of that more in that episode two and that must be that must be wild to kind of play off. You know airing as colon in those scenes. Oh my god he is i. I honestly alert away by him as an actor. Especially because sometimes between the two just two roles on paper a lot of people think that usually thinks that's actually why playing a crazy person like jennifer are much harder. Whatever i i look at somebody like call hours aaron stanford who went like every thing. He says i believe him. And that's it's much harder to do with straight hair. Because i can get away with a lot. I could get away with just talking crazy or whatever but he needed this show and you have to go on a journey with him every week in every other and i just remember Episode two almost everything in that episode. Except for the flashback to the night room with on my first day of shooting wild. I was terrified because not only playing this character for the first time. It's my first time on like an american show to me at the time. Meant all these producers all k- and like people back in la. I remember when we had our first read through. We were like conference in our region. Hundreds into la five in. And i'm you know. I'm used to doing independent canadian movies. Where the people who care are like well. The the director and the one producer are judging And so i and then under the pressure of this part that it was everybody had an opinion about how how this heart is gonna go. So i was terrified. And what was the minute. I just looked at and listen to aaron as coal. Like just aaron a actor on that is health professionals so lovely and giving and huge there for me in an amazing way like i still. They that. I would go crazy and he made it all of. Hey an amend is no slouch either. She was oh yeah well. I'm get going on that. Because that's who i work. I'm like when i watched the episodes. I'm blown away by. I and i think it is all boils down to Cherry metallica's and And charleston natalie They're passing choices. Were in my opinion brilliant. Because it wasn't like they were just like they. They went further than i think. In my opinion regular that the normal people who might be cast on a show like this. Like my i. I don't know. Sometimes i think they do they do or cathy. She's the blonde doctor. She should be like just blondin part. And gosh That is anything by Amanda sure she's so good. And and i think they knew how deep the writing rebels because the actors with this kind of broad challenges. They throw out some all of us. Like god where he goes where joan goes like they really have actors. I think who they were helping would be able to handle that. There's more sci fi taught so stay tuned back on fi talk. I'm tony tomato. I would say for the folks listening. You've got to tune into the night room episode. A lot of the questions of the night room will be answered there that that will tell you specifically what not gonna say but but emily is worth watching in that episode. It is i mean you really. You really gave her a lot more layers and that episode more than episode two was an introduction but this one we really delve deep into jennifer and we have more sense of who she is. And i think that'll be The audience will really appreciate that. So it's gonna be cool. Okay yeah i think so too in in that actually just every episode. i'm men. I'm like them opened the script and the whole america jennifer and. I think the writers do that with each character. And that's why it's so compelling this month is the walking dead month here on scifi talk and for premium subscribers is a two part special that you can listen to on the walking dead compiled with interviews starting at season one all the way to season four and that's just part of what's available on premium and for the entire month of february. All of my walking dead podcast interview. Specials are available for everyone to listen to but at the end of the month they go back to premium enrolling. His easy just go to sci-fi talk dot com click on the premium page link and on that page the get premium access like and you can choose as subscription level that fits your need after you create a my lipson account. The longer you subscribe the more of a discount you get listen to specials like journey. The dead that will be concluded on friday and also much more on scifi talk pre. Let's get back now to capture as i understand it. You're also doing another series. And i'm not cursing here but it's called shits creek but it's not that hard but it's not spelled the way you think folks but so are you doing that. In addition to into twelve monkeys as well. Yeah i i. Actually i did that series. I in the nca- and Yeah it's a so called shits creek S he h itt s sort it. it's team levy catherine o'hara elliott. It's just like a golden cast of comedy And it's completely.

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"emily h" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"emily h" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Thank you. Hainan sci-fi talk today. We have a conversation with. Emily hampshire from twelve monkeys. This talented actor plays jennifer goings into series. She tells us some news about her character and some of the rules. She's also playing in addition to jennifer. But i tell you. I have been a binge watching a lot of twelve monkeys. I'm actually i think towards the end of february was the last episode scheduled to air. So i've seen. I've seen all your work so far. And it's gosh it's your daughter you at the episode It's called i think night's something. It's it's the nate room. No no no. Was it something that he says to her It was actually. It's but i've seen the night room too but it goes beyond that. There's the red now you you know lot. There's a red forest is after that. So i'd have seen that four. So you've seen way more than i've seen. I've only seen in full episodes like one or two like the pilot in the second one but i've seen bits of the night room But yeah no. You've think you know way more than i do. I know and i can't say anything. I gotta i gotta be a good boy and not no spoilers but but i know that's what i'm really not that in these interviews have not used to this kind of kind of guy. You can't change anything. I was at the roundtable at new york comic con. And i know you act. That's the first time you mentioned that. I was there so that was cool. I remember that and that was my first time doing like comecon By think i said the wrong thing at every single great matter of fact after you left everybody on our table agreed that you are that you were gonna hit it out of the park on in the role and and you share did. It was a great part for you know that. That's so nice. I mean i i obviously i think anyone mcgee little Nervous before this comes out knowing how much people of the movie and and also that experience at comecon like i. Because i think i've that before that i wasn't initially like this isn't my world i i was never like sci-fi fan even though i've now i'm writing wonder woman flippers. Changed my but but that was my first experience with how much fans like. Really get into this sort of thing there and Especially what i've realized on twitter and just -ocial media is i. I'm just doing press by their dedicated. He's not just our show but like any show that they're into they know more than you really invest in it. And so i thought my pressure initially was just like dipping into the shoes of brad pitt. Which would not enough pressure for me then realizing you know how invested then i'm like god i i need to be more invested. Not until it's been actually really nice to see the reaction On twitter and stuff to who've been live tweeting is all new to me but Vici fat like well. Maybe not yet but people are watching the show their reactions and support and encouragement. Jimmy especially has been like oh ugly and relieving. The good thing is ratings wise. It did very well. You know it said a couple of records for sci-fi that night and so there you got off to a great start so I i think what they're doing is a challenge like even like the numbers have been great and even if they hadn't been. I would've thought that that's something to me. What i know of the show is they're doing a bit of a different thing on sci fi with it. It seems what i've seen as more of a like cables show that that you know it's not sharp. Nato and not that god that that's what they do on the have been previously doing on the network and i think they're trying to like change things over that and that he may take time or at least how i would watch. This show is like you just said i would binge watch the way people watch t. Nowadays i think measuring numbers must be. I don't know how they do that. I don't know if i believe in numbers. Yeah they're still figuring out you know how to count for people watching things on demand and call so You know watching and especially listening audience. Well i mean. I wouldn't see for all of a but this audience is exemplified by my brother. She is like this kind of stuff and he also super smart computer way. God help me when. I get home for like this. He's like oh. Yeah i've already seen the pilot and And i'm like what out in like yeah government way. So it's like those those you can't help those people who've the minute An episode of that. The frothy thing somebody that and people like geniuses like my brother and most of the people on can find this stuff. Oh yeah absolutely absolutely. Well i'll tell you just. I mean we can talk about episode to because it aired and i just i think you gave her a lot of Obviously was in the script. I think in your performance you gave her a lot of different levels to the character because yeah a lot of it sounds like gibberish but then occasionally she'll say something that indicates that she is actually pretty a pretty intelligent young lady and so i'd like that you gave her those different levels in the performance. Obviously it was there on the script. But you also did that. How did you kind of prepare for that. Did you have a lot of direction from from the show runners at all or the. It's a combination of things. But i'm glad you notice that that was really was really important to me with this character and i give anything that they're not a cartoon or a character or especially with jennifer going because there was no much like height beforehand about this character. I didn't want them to take it from the movie and bring it into tv and her just to be like comic relief for some kind of like crazy like wanted her to be a real person. Because what i read off the page affected me and was a whole human being. So i did mean terry metallised. One of the co creators of the show talked at length about this character. And i think it was. I think jennifer it was kind of hit baby because there was blood pressure on bringing. How are we gonna bring this jackson going character in. I think initially they were like we're just not going to do. We're not going to do. And then when they decide sneaking a girl he told me just going to calcium process worker. Found somebody who they thought was that character or could do that So i think he was really invest in therefore we sent out. It was great to have somebody who was so willing to la. Talk about it with me all the time. Because i'm trying to like that. Like i do want to delve into every word to me has dory behind you and especially with somebody like jennifer when.

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