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"emily harris" Discussed on Daily Pop
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"emily harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Condemned protests and violence on the far left in the far right before he was president. Why haven't we heard anything directly from him about the riots in Portland and the Pacific Northwest since he was inaugurated? Well, he's taking questions later this afternoon. So perhaps you will, I will say from here that President Biden condemns violence in any violence in the strongest possible terms, peaceful protests are a cornerstone of our democracy. Spit smashing windows is not protesting, and neither is looming. And actions like these air totally unacceptable. And anyone who committed a crime should be prosecuted to the fullest extent are teams, of course, monitoring it very closely. Well, everyone should be prosecuted to the full 16. Hey, Hello, Ryan. Mirrors Marion County Prosecutor Jo Hauksson. Hello. Hey, member that antifa Dude, that's stuck The gun in the motor space right near the interstate. That was on video. Could we send this audio over there to them because he's still roaming free. As far as I know, it's all just talk. They don't mean a word of what she just said. They don't mean any of it. And even when she's like, Oh, of course he's condemned in the strongest possible terms. Well, that you're actually not. He is not condemning it in the strongest possible terms. He's they're very busy talking about Orange Man and mag, a riots and all that stuff. They don't ever say anything about what continues to happen in Seattle and Tacoma in Portland. It's all over the place whole summer it was how Hope is our own governor said No. Pull the whole thing. Woz on there's bailouts for the writer Emily Harris literally raised bail money for these people. I don't know why they're trying to pretend like Of course, we condemn this violence. Of course he does in the strongest possible and you did you hear at the very beginning where she was super defensive. When Peter was like, how come we haven't heard from him directly? Well, maybe you will this afternoon. Maybe you will. Maybe you should ask him. You can tell that she's already irritated with one Peter Juicy. On becoming up in the next segment. Did you have something? Well, I just wanted to play a little clip for you. I know we're running a little long. But I knew this would be this particular your fancy.
"emily harris" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Many of us are not living hand to mouth with no other options and yet we wasted because we watched the seventh episode of emily harris instead of figuring out how to explore a frontier. So the dramatic visual one is. I built a canoe in my backyard over the last five months and from scratch using hundreds of sticks. Wow but every day. I do something small engaging with human in a way that doesn't feel like wrote to be And that for me is the practice of that first time thing of saying i might not know this person very well might not have been in this situation before. How can i engage with them. In a way where they are actually seen and i had a conversation with a woman this morning that i think. Help us a lot. Because i saw the journey that she was on a creator and i was on thin ice in how i was talking about it but i was helpful and that was thrilling. I think for both of us. Because i don't want to get into the business of doing wrote so when i think of that and then i think of paddling my canoe on sugar pond. The i'm trying. I'm trying to do things for the first time. Says i was wondering this is my request. I was wondering if you could read something that you include in the practice titled the forty five ways which is a list of forty five ways. We sacrifice our work to our fear so a small preface. These contradict each other on purpose and this list is not complete. There are at least forty five ways. We sacrifice our work to our fear stall expand the project so it cannot move forward shrink the project so that it doesn't matter ship crap. Don't ship work. That can be improved by others. Refused to listen to generous. Critics eagerly listen to well meaning but chicken hearted critics sacrifice the work for the commercial. Short-term hide from deadlines become a diva compromise on the good parts compromise on the hard parts. Assume that inspiration lies in a bottle or pill. Don't go to work work all the time. Wait for the news. Talk about the work too early looking furvhes into abandon it. Don't talk about the work with the right people crippling define the work as you and you as the work making it.
"emily harris" Discussed on The Clappers
"Feel free. Continue to call me a snob. It's not a badge. I way with shame. Not a with pride. It's just what i i'm left handed. I make no apologies being left handed to go around telling everybody had great left. Handed biagio do but You know i'm left handed and that's just how it goes and it's the same with my snow berry doesn't make me better than you. It just makes you better than most other. What can i say that little than what emily harris is what. I'm going to say that. Don't all this on. Emily in paris by saying that while we would locked into our homes. Not i will go much further than the end of the street. Watching this fantasy version of paris really did hold a certain appeal. I can say well. I'll tell you something in paris. Said i know that if you've been in hospital and you've had to have generalists city and you've come out of genuine. A city and one is not oneself and one is under general anaesthetic and take quite a while to get that allowed system. A person who is still groggy and insensible and slack of limb and feeble of mine from generosity can watch the whole season. Emily harris from soup to nuts and get a strange sense of enjoyment. Decide this personal experience. I know somebody has everything that i've just said. I would actually suggest that emily. In paris is such a strange con- you know contrived. The region of the experience of an ex pat anywhere in any foreign country let alone in paris and such a bizarre fantasy version of paris. That it probably is a little bit like being in that post anaesthetic hallucinatory state anyway. Yes i'm saying. I'm saying it's the best show if anybody out there is Is having a procedure. I'm saying i'm saying you can approach the state of somebody who's had the procedure without necessarily having to go through the pain. Everybody wins with emily from paris in paris panthers. Thank you for listening. That's for the clippers to mixed by..
"emily harris" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"That I found out that I got it and then during filming. I'M GONNA every. So in Emily I'm I'm in every scene right? So there's no days off but I flew back to La for twenty four hour periods only twice while I was filming I was in the air longer than I was on the ground I think. I'd fly like on a Friday. Or Saturday morning. Get to La Saturday morning. Go to rehearsals all Saturday Sunday morning get back on a plane fly through the night, get off the plane sleep for like four hours and go into work five am so it was the craziest experience, but it was like you have to do it and I'm like okay. Oko from. Emily Harris to Lilly in L. A. and I'll get off the plane. zonked out of my mind you know at least I sleep whole flight but then go into rehearsals David and some of the cast, and then jump back on the plane and it's just this crazy. It was crazy whirlwind but but I got to do both and then quarantine hit and it was like Oh my God it's like. I got my fair share of kind of running all over the place before it happens. You know I I would've I can't even imagine what I would. I would regret not having taken those those shots and those chances. So I think may closed down like near days. finished. Rather mere days before quarantine for Emily, I was doing Agr from my closet for me and I did some agr forming in quarantine as well? So it all they all kind of finished wrapped up while we were going through this I, feel really lucky that it didn't get put on hold or something. You know it was crazy crazy timing. That's pretty incredible. When will you feel comfortable going back to a set. So I. I've gone back to set to do campaign work for photo shoot and everyone had to be tested before you know there's rigorous paperwork. Before you go in temperature checks. There's everyone's wearing masks and shield. There's like someone who was hired just to walk around making sure that everything happens. Correctly there's e- sanitation You know there's sanitation like sprays are going off every however many edson. -tary stations and I mean it, there were shields around hair makeup wardrobe. You know it's It's it's strange because I'm such a personable person and I love the Camaraderie Element of what we do But I I really respect the. Rigorous process of figuring out what the new normal will be until there's whether it's a vaccine or away that everyone is universally going to go back to some form of a normal at work but I feel like. What is it a part of so far? and. The amount of of testing needed and the you know proof of everything that you're doing and kind of not traveling and not I feel like. I have been a part of. Sets where they've done it really well, and I felt very safe and I know that a lot of my friends have started to go back to work and you know productions are starting again. So I think that everyone's finding what that is I won't be putting myself in a situation where I don't feel like they've taken the proper time and etiquette to figure that out. But so far I feel like I did a part of it a couple times that felt good and felt right and I felt really safe. So I think it's just you know as we know like watching the news things are changing every day and places are opening up and then closing and then. They're like. Okay. So now it's at this capacity and there's this and I I just at the beginning. I didn't WanNa feel like a test dummy like I want to kind of watch it progress and see. What sticks and how it's working and what's happening and I can only control how safe I feel and what I do and wearing a mask and getting tested and and staying clean and staying home. When I need to, you know this press towards very strange. I mean it was was going to be like a worldwide tour with of traveling and getting see the cost and being with my my friends that we take on the road and gets do and collaborate with but it's different and and it's different because everyone's being safe and I. I miss elements of what was but I'm really grateful to get to still do it in the way that is you know and it's a constantly evolving. Evolving process right now. So I'm just Saying as kind of as smart as I can be I think and everyone just as smart as they can be you know hopefully will get that. Whatever the new normal is sooner rather than later. Many cities supposed to go on for this. Don't even know I just know that it was supposed to be a lot. I feel like it was supposed to be a lot of air. Time which I'm not complaining about being home, I mean as someone who's usually always away. It's been really nice to actually Max and be at home but I am no, I do know that. In the picking of specific looks and outfits for whatever presses happening. It's a lot of tops and a Lotta Pajama bottoms. And very weird and there's no shoes. So it's like all earings now. Just funny. It's like the things you don't actually think about when you're just like Oh. Yeah. You know I like used to wear this or I used to have to think about this or now we can actually schedule a lot more because it's from home and it's in the computer and. It's just strange. You know but like I said I'm I'm very grateful to get still do what we can and everyone's having to have. It doesn't matter what industry you're in everyone's pivoting and. I think I think at the time that I've taken really for self reflection and and prioritizing and figuring out who I am when stripped of. Being. Able to see certain people and do certain things that I love and certain distractions and. Going out and like all these things you're faced with that metaphorical mirror and you're kind of like. Who Am I and what do I want? Accomplish what I WANNA be a part of moving forward of what's important to me how have I learned about myself and different things going on in the world through this period? Not Letting, shaver embarrassment of things maybe you weren't as aware of before, prohibit you from learning more you know and so I think it's been a really important time for that. Oh God. Well, you know. I'm somebody who I love what I do but I've never let what I do define who I am and I think that as I've gotten older I, do express myself through my work and my creativity but I also. I really pride myself on like the friends and loved ones that I've surrounded myself with and it's been. A really great time for me to stay connected to those people and I'm very introspective person I love learning. About humanity and human mind and emotions, and why we are the way that we are and why we think we think and I've used this time to like listen to a lot of podcasts meet a lot of books and just do like a lot of soul-searching I'm just someone who loves that. It's self care at this time right now and understanding ourselves better and realizing the inner workings of who we are is a way to. Stay Sane and stay centered and figure out the next way you can be creative. So it's been about like getting out and breathing and being in nature of war, and that's who I was as a kid going from English countryside.
"emily harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years and then as a normal and then there's the quiet thing I've got we only we have that here we're not gonna have any customer to come into our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a.
"emily harris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Newly boarded up buildings with messages like in this together and stay safe reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years as a normal and then there is a quiet thing I've got well if we have that here we're not gonna have any customer coming through our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a week they clean they sell they enforce.
"emily harris" Discussed on KCRW
"Artists are also painting murals on newly boarded up buildings with messages like in this together and stay safe reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years and then say no homo and then there is a quiet day I thought well if we have that here we're not gonna have any customer to come into our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a week they clean they sell they enforce social distancing other.
"emily harris" Discussed on KCRW
"Helped finger William Talbot is convinced to work with police is not just solving crimes is preventing ever cases that work three months old you know they have a really high chance of re offending and even escalating and I'm sure there are you know people that were potentially serial killers that have been or will be stopped because of this but even as police crack cases faster than they ever thought possible some people warned genetic genealogy is moving too fast giving law enforcement too much access to personal information and it needs to be reined in now reveals Emily Harris has been working with reporter Kate McMahon on today show and then Lee picks up this part of the story one person who believes genetic genealogy needs to be rain Dan is this man my name is Michael US three live here in New Orleans and I work in the film industry down here it's Sunday morning I reach Michael on the phone as he sitting in a small office in his house he tells me about an encounter he had with a precursor of genetic genealogy back in two thousand fourteen he was visiting his parents a few hours out of town and I got a call from the police down here in New Orleans who told me my vehicle match the description of a hit and run he knew he wasn't involved he told the police he be happy to chat he could meet them at his house around to that afternoon I pulled up at exactly two o'clock and at two OO one three officers were at my door and I have a big ninety pound labradoodle and he likes to bark at people at the door so he was all excited when they came in and within about thirty seconds to a minute they were asking me if I would mind going down to the station to talk to Michael still has his labradoodle oboe you will go a sack and as he left bobo that day six years ago getting into the backseat of the police car Michael asked one of the officers if they really wanted to talk about a hit and run and at that point he said well actually we'd like to talk to you about some other things too just one.
"emily harris" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I can say is hi Missy here then moderating these debates I mean they they saw it last night to meet America's auto with thirty two minutes without a question and I was raising my hand trying to get a word in edgewise during that time so when you all moderated the debate it was straight up the middle it was professional we got real substantive topics okay this is absolutely true and good for Yang for saying something true and what he's saying there's a hundred percent true meanwhile the DNC is is releasing its fundraising numbers for October and they think again the DNC reported less than eight point seven million dollars cash on hand over seven million dollars in debt in FCC report released on Wednesday these numbers are bad they're ugly numbers those poor fundraising numbers come out less than a year out from the twenty twenty eight presidential election the RNC is blowing it out the RNC raise nearly three times as much money as the DNC last month pulling in over twenty five million dollars in October reporting over sixty million dollars cash on hand additionally the joint fundraising effort between the trump campaign in the RNC and raised over three hundred million dollars in twenty nineteen so far and reported a hundred and fifty six million dollars cash on hand last month according the daily caller time press is coming under fire for his crap fundraising job and of course they're having a tough time fundraising number one they don't have a nominee number two none of the people they're talking about are particularly exciting when I say they're not particularly excited I mean they're particularly non exciting and the new faces are getting slammed the New York times which is more wealth than the general base of the Democratic Party it is fascinating one of the as examining some poll numbers with regard to help members of each party see the members of the other party and one of the things that that you see is that the parties have eighty eight very different view of the their opponents then I reflected by reality so in other words Republicans tend to think that people who vote Democrat are much more some less than they are and Democrats tend to think the people who are Republicans are much more extreme than they are and part of this is driven by media coverage part of this is driven by the fact that social media rules the roost part of this is driven by the fact that the that the presidential candidates on the democratic side of the hour more responsible to Twitter than they are to their own actual constituents which is why you are seeing the durability of of Joe Biden is why you are seeing people to judge surge when he pretends to be a moderate there's a study this year is from a from an organization called more in common fifty five percent of Republicans and Democrats believe the majority of the opposing party believes extreme views in reality that number was actually thirty percent so for example Democrats believed only half of Republicans would knowledge that racism still exists in America in reality eighty percent of Republicans acknowledge that racism still exists in America conversely Republicans believe that only about half of Democrats are proud to be America I'm proud to be American the actual number was about eighty percent in other words most Democrats are not actually in alignment with Democrats who are running for president they are not which leaves a lot of room to run for president trump and media who are pushing the Democrats further to let their doing the Democrats no favors in fact they're hurting them but that's not gonna stop in your time from jacking me the aerostats moderate people to judge there's a big attack article in The New York Times I read up steam against people to judge it's call people judges struggling with black Democrats here's why is his former vice president Joe Biden is a hundred and fifty four endorsement from a current or former black or Hispanic elected officials Emily Harris is ninety three which is benefit her not at all Bernie Sanders has ninety one quite Booker has fifty a list before his forty three people to judge has six according to The New York Times judge has failed to demonstrate even minimal support among African Americans and Hispanics critical voting blocs will have a much larger say after Iowa New Hampshire and they're nearly all white electric begin at the presidential nominating calendar and watch as the media starts portray the democratic nominating calendar as itself inherently racist because it starts off with too heavily white state I'm Wednesday night debate moderators question good judges record on racial issues while rivals including Cory Booker and come here suggested he needed on the job training and talking to black audiences and obviously there's some truth to this van Jones of the same thing on CNN judges pitch black audiences was I'm gaze I've been victimized too just like it which obviously is not true again people judge is really not experienced significant political discrimination against the mayor of south bend Indiana we came out of the closet I believe is thirty at the time they came out of the closet Mike pence was asked about his base of like in July and this idea that he's experienced anything like the discrimination that a John Lewis experience in the United States is just absurd according to the York times judges weakness with voters of color limits his potential in twenty twenty campaign a donor class favorite address capacity crowds across Iowa judge counts as his highest profile black supporter either the man who lost a twenty eighteen election to be Florida's Attorney General or the former mayor of Kansas city Missouri no Democrat modern times has won the party's nomination without claiming majorities of black voters the most crucial voting bloc in South Carolina and in an array of delegate rich southern states would you support is a black voters and politicians have got to know him they say that once they do his fortunes it will improve that is very likely untrue it is very likely untrue so again in this field is floundering not only the floundering the Democrats in the media are pushing them to the left and the democratic base is not even agree with those principles which is why again Joe Biden remains you're likely is nominate their secular gonna give you the up all the updates on impeachment gate twenty.
"emily harris" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Democrats are not coming out and not condemning. acting like it never happened Kamala Harris agreed was someone calling Donald Trump and I want to make this very clear and I'm quoting I am not saying that's why I want to make that clear if you ever have known anybody I have someone that you have loved in your family. friend of the family someone maybe you've worked with I that has dealt with whether it be. Asperger's or autism or whatever it may be you know how kind and loving and sincere so many people are that deal with some of those issues some of my very good friends have children that and growing up one of my best friends little brother I dealt with one of these issues and the kindness and the love that came out that comes from people that unfortunately have to deal with this is something that you we can all learn from. I say that on the front end because I want to make it very clear that I'm not saying this I'm quoting and I I just want to prefixes because it's a very sensitive subject especially for people and families that have a loved one who deals with autism it doesn't Asperger's deals with. mental capacity. it ships. there are. Democrats being completely silent about this which is disgusting. Emily Harris agreed with someone at her rally calling Donald Trump mentally retarded. what makes it even worse is she's now trying to deny it like it never happened. literally she's trying to act like it never happened..
"emily harris" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Com. We heard a couple of powerhouses and bluegrass music couple of women that. Part of that phenomenon has been described as the feminization of bluegrass of women singers run Vincent is still on the road. And I think she's going to be in Stoughton opera house later on you might want to check their web website. We heard are doing don't lie. Alison Krauss, but the rounder label on the map. They were doing fairly well for she came along. But she was there first superstar we're here to do dream dreaming my dreams, and we heard songwriter Cindy Walker doing one of her own songs, you don't know me tribute to women today on bluegrass. On here on back the country. Too much. I'm too much of a hurry here to get these announcements down. I guess Emily Harris was once known as the Neo traditionalist. She's a protege of gram Parsons, then she went on her own as you read it breathe. A great. Breath of fresh air into country music. She brought it back to its roots. Although she's going direction since that time. But at one time she was she would doing traditional country when nobody else was here. She has to do beneath still waters. Stew..
"emily harris" Discussed on KGO 810
"Differently. Pause. Emily Harris for Willie Brown. Breath. And now, she's forget it. She's not gonna win. She's no good. That was her applause line Willie Brown. You look fine today that six words, so it's not that which way to the John. I don't know. I wasn't there and former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on sixty minutes last night, saying he is indeed considering running for president as as centrist, independent his positions, aren't very centrist. But he's he's he's not beholden to either party, which is his thing diner. Stand that Schultz disappointed with the president in both parties. He says we're living at a most fragile time nine only the fact that this president is not qualified to be the president. But the fact that both parties are consistently not doing what's necessary on behalf of the American people and argon gauged every single day in revenge politics, that's true show, go to Starbucks now, go to Starbucks and get a lot more, and he didn't call anybody and insulting nickname. He didn't come on. This is this is modern politics. You got to spice it up, sir. Twenty news. Likes revenge politics. I wanna see somebody from Earl grey, get involved, the tea magnate, the only thing he said that was. Is not Elizabeth Warren ask was that. He thinks universal government paid Healthcare's too expensive. So I guess that's his moderate. But he he wants to distance himself from both parties, which is not a bad idea. True can blame him going back to Kamala. Harris five words give the the five words best to find my life. Yes. Barbecue brisket and a pills ner..
"emily harris" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Fast track hey the way out tissue his deal did you hear this emily harris hospital way down now brad miss brown schadt dan people have a game xbox music usually people don't what the wall bank of the noble street wall street right now i think what yes yogurt grits oh my and how we we both the right time notify me go up got to be the one playboy okay beth uhhuh.
"emily harris" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Yards jones one of saying that and are those three songs we heard that's levin lies i've just got to see you once more and making the rounds of from an album call seems like the dickens and of course what he was referring to was jimmy dickens all the songs the album were first recorded by jimmy but george course put his own special stamp on them excuse me folks great album that you thought you know about everybody knows about this next album it was quite successful features the music of three of our greatest singers dolly parton linda ronstadt emily harris it was called trio and let's hear some songs from that was started out with the pain of levin you the you see oh three john you say do we again no to the pass become is tom com uhhuh got a place.
"emily harris" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"However no pinay music the in law old 94 were china no no no no oh the mold me the him hail one in a day which was they home to his wall bad i give you free planning to blow white house plus scar tissue against doping plenty of rush you don't want to stop the a bus emily harris needs to the hospital with concussion had appalachia weygand good southbound never menaj could be elastic it all started you put them three envied ryan white democratic rally shutdown date dagger dave houghton money dis dis because they did it was with his now using things don't go who will be packages wall street this dust you know why thank you joe patchy nobles dreary now one straight now why wacky now what say hayes hand they will pull lumley instincts his plo malcolm the same cohort him he left yesterday to horn cloned the day nova grissom less to say oh mediating home away food oh oh no.
"emily harris" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"John casalan like generale ans like i was going to mention her yeah like like it's just hasn't been asked of me and honestly i don't think it's asked of that many women these days like and i think it's there's real dearth of those kinds of roles for women and and that has to do with the kind of representation the representation of what kind of woman is on screen and so i found outlets to do that on stage a and when i first read the script us like a good i can transform myself into a whoever emily is like off all meet that personal study her like you'd like her and that i'm that emily harris like she's just like me with light we're so much like she showed up wearing a shirt that i four over geared oh not only own but almost war that seems evening of the great lakes are mannerisms are similar i think our speech patterns miller with our minds i think we're going to slur way of like this is not going to be what i thought it was going to be sort credit the cast in drug so there you go home but i so instead i was like how can it as a challenge for myself and honestly this is going to sound really crazy but i thought like i think this is an opportunity for me to be as relaxed as possible on screen like a thing i'm just knock when a worry at all about an trying to make new in laugh at beep healing lake i'm going to treat this as if it is a cassidy's movie and i'm just going to try to be um bring my most relaxed creative self to set every day so i didn't do an enormous amount of preparation am i didn't hurt listeners they think um during preparation is like a can be like doing your homework lake makes you feel good but it doesn't actually do anything on the that that's it and would just come release ruzic open and ready in um yeah it was a it was a good experiment but i also felt like my voice was really included in the development process after i was cast i was gonna ask you out a few can turn off your reuter brain when you get castano fill more of.