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You Can Ring Nobel

Your Brain on Facts

05:20 min | 10 hrs ago

You Can Ring Nobel

"A video is making the rounds on the internet this week caught on one of those smart doorbell cameras. It's 2 a.m. And a man is anxiously knocking on his neighbor's door trying to wake him. Does the man need help? Is there an emergency is the neighbor's house on fire? Was there a Prowler in the area or some other kind of threat? No doubt. The man Robert Wilson is trying to wake his across the street neighbor to tell him that they just won the Nobel Prize. My name's Moxi and this is your brain on facts. A good reputation is more valuable than money for lilias. Serious a Syrian living in Rome at the time of the big b c a d change over we have no way of knowing if Alfred Nobel ever read publilius, but he definitely had reputation on his mind the Swedish chemist engineer and industrialists found a novel way to combine good old Gunpowder with the exciting new discovery of nitroglycerin to form a truly earth-shaking invention Dynamite. It was a game-changer for Industries like coal mining and it killed people like it was nobody's business both intentionally and through many many Factory explosions. Nobel got richer with each Improvement on the dynamite then his brother Ludovic died a French newspaper ran an obit for Alfred having gotten their lines cross somewhere along the way they were shown the remote As more the paper proclaimed. The merchants of death is dead. Dr. Alfred Nobel who became a rich by finding ways to kill four people faster than ever before died yesterday. That's gotta sting. Nobel had no children and a sudden intense concern about his legacy. So he decided to put some of the money he'd made into the service of repairing his name with a real long-term strategy in his 1895 will drafted the year before he died Nobel instructed that most of his fortune the equivalent of two hundred and fifty million dollars today be set aside to create an award five annual prizes quote to those who during the preceding year shall have conferred the greatest benefit of mankind provided you benefit mankind by way of physics chemistry physiology or medicine literature and problematically vague more on that later long piece. Wait a sec. Say those of you with better recall than me. Where's the Nobel Prize for economics? There wasn't one. There still isn't a part from the one that they're kind of is. The bank of Sweden prize in economic Sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel was created by Sweden's Central Bank in nineteen. Sixty-eight. What about mathematics game popular Apocrypha is that Nobel lost the woman he loved to a mathematician and so did not consider mathematics to be important enough. There's no proof for that story sadly wage and while no one knows for sure the reason it could be as simple as Nobel really wasn't a math guy. I feel you there. Winners are announced in October and November the culmination of a Year's preparation more than six thousand people like Nobel laureates AKA past winners School in various fields and officials from various universities are invited to nominate candidates about a thousand of them for each prize, which usually results in between 150 and 250 nominees. It's not just names in a hat. You have to write a detailed proposal in favor of your nominee and no no matter how much you want to know how cleverly you think you can get away with it. You cannot nominate yourself. Also. You must be alive. Nobel prizes aren't awarded posthumously at least not any more than a few were in the early days, but it was decided in the 1970s that that wasn't their bag anymore, but exceptions make the rule and there is one notable exception in 20 job. 11:00 Canadian immunologist Ralph Steinman received the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine but he passed away between being nominated and the prize being announced akong assignments daughter. Her father had actually joked about getting the Nobel Prize shortly before he died. They don't give it to you if you've passed away. He said according to her I got to hold out for that. He didn't quite make it but they gave them the prize. Anyway, Steinman must have had a real sixth sense when it comes to convoluted award schemes because non-winning nominees are kept secret out for fifty years in part to prevent a sort of Susan Lucci situation. For those of you who don't recognize the name Susan Lucci is an American soap opera actress who was nominated for a long time. Emmy Award nineteen years in a row before she won. I always suspected that she got the Nam as a running gag after a

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Fresh update on "emmy award" discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

00:46 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "emmy award" discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"You by the your brain on facts book where you can read the harrowing true life story of a labor leader and human rights Advocate who was assassinated at the age of twelve songs by Moxy La Bouche voice-overs. Remember my listeners get 50% off standard voiceover rates email me Moxie at your brain on facts. A video is making the rounds on the internet this week caught on one of those smart doorbell cameras. It's 2 a.m. And a man is anxiously knocking on his neighbor's door trying to wake him. Does the man need help? Is there an emergency is the neighbor's house on fire? Was there a Prowler in the area or some other kind of threat? No doubt. The man Robert Wilson is trying to wake his across the street neighbor to tell him that they just won the Nobel Prize. My name's Moxi and this is your brain on facts. A good reputation is more valuable than money for lilias. Serious a Syrian living in Rome at the time of the big b c a d change over we have no way of knowing if Alfred Nobel ever read publilius, but he definitely had reputation on his mind the Swedish chemist engineer and industrialists found a novel way to combine good old Gunpowder with the exciting new discovery of nitroglycerin to form a truly earth-shaking invention Dynamite. It was a game-changer for Industries like coal mining and it killed people like it was nobody's business both intentionally and through many many Factory explosions. Nobel got richer with each Improvement on the dynamite then his brother Ludovic died a French newspaper ran an obit for Alfred having gotten their lines cross somewhere along the way they were shown the remote As more the paper proclaimed. The merchants of death is dead. Dr. Alfred Nobel who became a rich by finding ways to kill four people faster than ever before died yesterday. That's gotta sting. Nobel had no children and a sudden intense concern about his legacy. So he decided to put some of the money he'd made into the service of repairing his name with a real long-term strategy in his 1895 will drafted the year before he died Nobel instructed that most of his fortune the equivalent of two hundred and fifty million dollars today be set aside to create an award five annual prizes quote to those who during the preceding year shall have conferred the greatest benefit of mankind provided you benefit mankind by way of physics chemistry physiology or medicine literature and problematically vague more on that later long piece. Wait a sec. Say those of you with better recall than me. Where's the Nobel Prize for economics? There wasn't one. There still isn't a part from the one that they're kind of is. The bank of Sweden prize in economic Sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel was created by Sweden's Central Bank in nineteen. Sixty-eight. What about mathematics game popular Apocrypha is that Nobel lost the woman he loved to a mathematician and so did not consider mathematics to be important enough. There's no proof for that story sadly wage and while no one knows for sure the reason it could be as simple as Nobel really wasn't a math guy. I feel you there. Winners are announced in October and November the culmination of a Year's preparation more than six thousand people like Nobel laureates AKA past winners School in various fields and officials from various universities are invited to nominate candidates about a thousand of them for each prize, which usually results in between 150 and 250 nominees. It's not just names in a hat. You have to write a detailed proposal in favor of your nominee and no no matter how much you want to know how cleverly you think you can get away with it. You cannot nominate yourself. Also. You must be alive. Nobel prizes aren't awarded posthumously at least not any more than a few were in the early days, but it was decided in the 1970s that that wasn't their bag anymore, but exceptions make the rule and there is one notable exception in 20 job. 11:00 Canadian immunologist Ralph Steinman received the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine but he passed away between being nominated and the prize being announced akong assignments daughter. Her father had actually joked about getting the Nobel Prize shortly before he died. They don't give it to you if you've passed away. He said according to her I got to hold out for that. He didn't quite make it but they gave them the prize. Anyway, Steinman must have had a real sixth sense when it comes to convoluted award schemes because non-winning nominees are kept secret out for fifty years in part to prevent a sort of Susan Lucci situation. For those of you who don't recognize the name Susan Lucci is an American soap opera actress who was nominated for a long time. Emmy Award nineteen years in a row before she won. I always suspected that she got the Nam as a running gag after a while. The Nobel committee keeps the also-rans under their Collective hat. So people don't include previous nominations as an argument for the prize. If nothing else this secrecy means she could claim that you were nominated for a Nobel prize and no one can prove. Otherwise work it into your next pick up line, you know, when we can go out in public and interact with strangers off. The first prizes were awarded on December 10th 1901 the fifth anniversary of nobel's death. It wasn't that it took the committee five years to figure out what they were doing or find suitable candidates Alfred. Nobel is extended family contested his will he was worth a quarter billion dollars after all plus the awards committee that Nobel had selected refused to participate. Surely things smoothed out. Once they got up and running. Oh contraire. It wouldn't make much of an episode if there weren't scandals Follies wtf's and a pallet cleanser of amazing science to top it all off. Since 1901 there have been forty nine years where Nobel prizes were not awarded. Some of them were during the world wars stands to reason but most of the skipped years were off because nobody was good enough to get one. The statutes of the Nobel Foundation say if none of the works under consideration is found to be of the importance indicated in the first paragraph the prize money shall be reserved until the following year. If even then the prize cannot be awarded the amount shall be added to the foundation's restricted funds too bad. The individual prices don't keep growing like the lottery when no one wins for a few months. Wait, there's money. Hell, yeah, there's money in addition to the amazing Prestige of the metal itself winners receive a monetary prize of 10 million Swedish. Krona or about one point 1 million dollars or 874000 Great British pounds, you know, who's worth a million bucks. At least to me the members at patreon.com your brain on facts who helped me keep the show going by defraying the very real costs involved in production earlier. This month supporters received a bonus episode in.

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Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' actress, dies at 77

Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

00:28 sec | 6 d ago

Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' actress, dies at 77

"A memorable made from a popular sitcom has died in China. Ferrell was best known as a sharp witted housekeeper, Berta on the sitcom 2.5 Men Bonus. You brought Co star Charlie Sheen tweeting a shocking and painful loss. The role broader to Emmy Award nominations for best supporting actress in a Comedy series, but she first achieved a claim on stage winning multiple awards. Farrell died Monday in Sherman Oaks Hospital in Los Angeles. She was 77

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Fresh update on "emmy award" discussed on KZSC Programming

KZSC Programming

01:20 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "emmy award" discussed on KZSC Programming

"Can go to glbt history dot or GE and read. The specifics about the panels. Anyway, I'll keep it short for the other panels. Yeah. I mean, this has been really good. Like a lot of Cultural institutions in the absence of being able to do in person events like they always have the right to keep a stream of income and butts in the seats and subscribers happy. They've gone to this online streaming podcasting video casting sort of form factor, and I think I just I'm I think it's great, you know, are you so muchmore content out there All these things you can attend. Then you don't have to go to Washington, D C year, right? You know, whatever museum for don't even have to put pants on. Exactly, Um Yeah. So I'm gonna tell you about the other The other event here? Yeah. It's a film screening paper bullets how to lesbian artists defied the Nazis. This is on Friday, November 13th from 6 to 7:30 P.m.. And it's online. Hissed, or historian Jeffrey H. Jackson will discuss his new book, paper Bullets, two artists who risked their lives to defy the Nazis. From along Quinton Books. 2020 Documenting the exciting true story of an audacious anti Nazi campaign undertaken by a lesbian couple Lucy Schwab, and surely Malherbe. I probably mangled that. Better remember today by their artist, Name's Claude Cocoon and Marcel more These of our guard artists spent their formula tive years in Paris, creating shocking photographs that undermine gender roles. After the Nazis occupied the British Channel island of Jersey, where the women made their home. They drew on their creative skills to write and secretly distribute paper bullets. Notes replete with wicked insults against Hitler calls to rebel and subversive fictional dialogues designed to demoralize the occupying troops. Devising their own psychological operations campaign. They slipped their notes into soldiers pockets or tuck them inside newsstands magazines. Betrayed, too and captured by the secret police. They were executed after months of imprisonment in 1944. And that is the story of paper bullets. Which Is showing on November 13th glbt history dot board excellence. Really interesting stuff indeed. Well, um Also, of course, want to remind you given that this is Q or GOP queue element, Opie. History month Ah, that you can check out the GLBT history ah dot or GE website. Every day of the month. There's a profile of different LGBTQ you hero are noted figure in history. Ah, from very contemporary times all the way to ancient history. I don't know if you have the Yeah. Yeah, Let's let's hear what they have to say. Well, uh, 00 Or do you have the sight up and we're going to share one or two? Yeah, that's that's what I was thinking. Okay, do that. Yeah. The Atwell. I'll leave and McLane for you, okay? Uh, I'm gonna pick Kate McKinnon. Okay, do it all right. Kate McKinnon is one of the 2020 icons. She is a Saturday night live comedian. Ah! Kate McKinnon is an American comedian, writer and Emmy Award winning actress. She's best known for her work on the sketch comedy Siri's Saturday Night Live. McKinnon grew up on Long Island, New York, a self professed theater kid, she showed a knack for mimicry and impersonations as early as fifth grade when she convincingly imitated a British accent while auditioning to play the Queen of reading Week. After high school, McKinnon studied theater at Columbia University. In her senior year, she beat thousands of competitors for a spot on Rosie O'Donnell's Television. Siri's the big Gay sketch show. You can join the cast in 2006, where she remained for the run of the program. In 2008 MacKinnon began irregularly performing life sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. When SNL called her to audition, she realized a long time dream. Kenan joined SNL is a featured player in August April 2012. She became the show's first openly gay cast member and the second known gay cast member since the nature advance in the 19 eighties. On SNL McCain and quickly became a breakout star with her off the wall yet eerily accurate impressions of celebrities and politicians such as Justin Bieber, if nothing, Ellen de generous Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Probably might one of my favorite. Yeah. Jeff Sessions, So that was weird. And Hillary Clinton. She has created a host of iconic characters from a crass mermaid. To an alien abductee. McKinnon's on Kenny ability to make unlikable characters relatable won the hearts of viewers. Said she joined SNL. McKinnon has appeared in a number of screen productions. She starred in the All female Reboot of Ghostbusters and in office Christmas Party, both in 2016 and then in rough Night. In 2017 and the spy who dumped me in 2018. She's also performed his voice actor for animated films such as Thie, Angry Birds Movie and Finding Dori. Yes, right. Among other comedy awards, McKinnon received two consecutive Emmys, 2016 and 2017 for her work on SNL. Right on back to back. Yeah, she delivered a heartfelt acceptance speech thanking fellow lesbian comedienne Ellen de generous for Quote, making it less scary to be gay unquote. And for encouraging her to pursue her dreams. Kenan has credited her gay identity for informing her unique comedic voice. She said. Quote as minorities were on the fringe, and there's just something so wonderful about that perspective, something so inspiring. End quote. I think personally, My humble opinion is Kate McKinnon is the best thing that happened to Saturday night. Life in years. Yes, it was a really reinvigoration really something that's been going on for Quite a while. Has its peaks and valleys, But yes, Kate McKinnon definitely brought it up Several notches. Yes. Well, um At the again the website LGBT history month dot com. There's a list of the 2020 icons and when I wanted to bring to your attention that this was really Pretty cool the first out federal judge Debra Bats who died in February of this year has Ah Ah said Ah, famously quote. I'm a mother haven't African American? I'm a lesbian. Timber bats, was the first openly gay federal judge. He presided over prominent cases involving political corruption, terrorism in criminal justice, a trail blazer for women, African Americans and LGBT Q people, she's remembered as a devout, a jurist whose humanity inspired generations of lawyers. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that's graduated from Harvard Law School in 1972. She worked in private practice before becoming an assistant U. S attorney in the criminal division. Of the Southern District of New York 94. She joined Fordham University as a law professor. 1994 President Clinton nominated bats for a federal judge ship her sexual orientation about which she was open was not an issue. The Senate unanimously confirmed her That's who addressed her sexual orientation publicly, did not want to be known for that single aspect of her identity. She said as the quotes that I'm a mother on an African American and the lesbian, and I'm a former professor. That's presided over many high profile cases, including the decade long civil litigation brought by the Central Park five, a group of minority youth who were wrongly convicted of the widely publicized assault and rape of a female jogger in 1989. 2007 bats, denied the motion to dismiss the case against the city of New York, which lead to $41 million in settlement. She presided over the civil lawsuit in which New York residents accused the former EPA administrator, Christine Todd Whitman. Of making misleading statements about the air quality at the World Trade Center site after the attacks on September 11th. Lifelong advocate for equality and justice that's worked closely with a mentoring program that sought to increase diversity among lawyers appointed for indigent defenders. She also worked with rise a program aimed at reducing recidivism among at risk offenders. That's presence on the bench served as an inspiration for the openly gay federal judges who followed, according to Judge Pamela Chen bats, quote literally broke down the closet door and allowed the rest of us to walk through it. That died at age. 72 is survived by her wife, Dr Gwen's Underberg. And her Children. Alexandra and James will come So just a A small sample of the really cool bios of the 2020 icons at LGBT History Month. Yeah. Check them alone. Very cool. I wish we had time for them all. Yes, indeed. Speaking of time, we don't have much left..

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How Walmart Plus is taking on Amazon Prime

The 3:59

05:24 min | 2 weeks ago

How Walmart Plus is taking on Amazon Prime

"Ben you the chance to talk with Walmart's chief customer officer about Walmart plus. What did you learn So what's interesting is I guess it's not terribly surprising is that Walmart is really trying to position Walmart plus. Something, for Walmart customers as opposed to, Hey, this is our our Amazon prime killer or what have you. So they're looking at it as like additive to people that are already getting groceries from Walmart or already shopping online from Walmart, and you know certainly curious to see if there's a market for people to spend a hundred dollars on yet another subscription service. Yeah. You bring up a good point because walpole walmart's customers tend to shop at Walmart to save money to get bargains. and. These customers to spent another hundred dollars a year is that you think that's an argument that that really works I. Maybe. I mean like, Walmart track record for subscription services is not great They've already attempted a few in the haven't lasted so. They are certainly making a big push with Walmart plus by There's a long way to go there. I would probably say the this is Walmart's argument for getting a Walmart plus subscription is that if you regularly get groceries delivered than this is a smart way to like just basically bulk your your. Delivery costs but at the same time, you know the perks are currently kind of meager for one hundred dollars a month just just for context. Could you run down some of the yes? Oh, it's it's three things. One of them is You know. As soon as same-day delivery, four orders, thirty five dollars or more that includes like general merchandise and groceries. And the reason they're able to get it to you as soon as same day is because a lot of those shipments coming from your local supercenter. So that's Walmart really taking advantage of the fact that they have centers that are located around major population centers and. Suburban communities, rural communities all over the place. So Hey, why don't we just convert these into a distribution centers in that way, we can compete much more effectively on commerce that's the biggest piece the other two. Nice. There's a fuel discount and then there's also this like scan go feature. In. The Walmart I think it's in the Walmart APP where you scan stop who've your in store and you can avoid the checkout line that way you just like scannon pay for it and You know. That's that's a nice to have. That's a nice feature obviously, especially during coronavirus bud is you get people to pay all that extra money for for scandal now so they're gonNa have to do more and they said just as much in the interview that I had with them. You know. So this is this is the starting. Gamble here and they're going to build from there. Ryan. Clearly, this is early days for Walmart plus you get a chance to talk to this executive about for the the origins and how they came up with like what did you learn? The ask so they they were seeing a lot of success with their pickup service I. IT appeared to me that they were getting some good traction on their grocery delivery service. So they're like look let's double down on this Let's see. Let's see if we can make this work to to really build this out But yeah again, like certain things that they didn't do are black stuff like prime video which like is so big and influential now that they win like Emmy Awards. So it's not just like some random catalog off crappy movies like they. They make a lot of their own original content and the reason I bring that up is that you know is Walmart going do something like that or they gonNA create their own studio are they gonNA create their own music streaming service that they're going to bundle in there. Obviously, they could go in a lot of directions here by the I'd Stein it's still not there yet obviously, they're still just starting. Yeah. Targeting it's it's. Really Walmart customers e think there'll be a point where they reach out to abroad audience really trying to go after those those Amazon prime customers. Yeah. Probably like you have to remember the Walmart is the world's biggest retailer the world's like have. You know one point, five, million US employees and Walmart customers in effect means like a ton of people. So traditionally, they have been known to. Support and serve a lower income population and. Laudable obviously people it. You know. Everybody deserves to get good deals by also Walmart customer. So I think that their hope is probably similar to Costco I would imagine that people would subscribe to prime and they would also subscribe to this perhaps that there are enough benefits. So it's not an either or type of situation. The problem is, is that a hundred dollars a month in addition to all the other subscriptions most people are paying? Is he going to be successful? That's obviously the big question here

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Celebrities decry decision in Breonna Taylor case

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Celebrities decry decision in Breonna Taylor case

"The decision not to directly charge Louisville police officers in the death of a woman shot to death in a botched drug raid has struck a nerve in the entertainment world for months now celebrities musicians and athletes have been calling for justice in the police shooting of Brianna Taylor including Sunday when some wore T. shirts with her name or image at the Emmy awards now that a grand jury has declined to charge any of the offices with her death those voices are being raised again Oscar winner viola Davis use the stronger version of bold to denounce the ruling saying it is why the phrase black lives matter cannot be said enough Kerry Washington notes Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is on president trump's shortlist to replace Ruth beta Ginsburg on the Supreme Court and Mandy Moore says she simply doesn't have the words to express her dismay I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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TV Ratings: Emmy Awards Drop to All-Time Low 6.1 Million Viewers

Sarah and Vinnie

03:42 min | Last month

TV Ratings: Emmy Awards Drop to All-Time Low 6.1 Million Viewers

"The 2020 Emmys thatjust happened on Saturday night. The ratings were not great. Although people did say that they enjoyed the show, a lot of people watched online and So they got about 6.1 million viewers, and I think they average usually for that show 11 12 million viewers on the night that it airs. It is one of the bigger award shows. Actually, I always think of it as being kind of the Oscars. The Emmys. The Grammy's are the only ones I Really care about the I completely forgot that it was on to the extent that I was shocked when I saw That every there's Yeah, like I went. Oh, my God. That happened. And I'm supposed to know that And I didn't. I didn't. I just So I can see. Look, I've been listening to people on the sports talk or would ever talk about how ratings air down for for and and all I can think of When I hear first of all here, a sportscaster bitching about the ratings or something, I think, dude. We didn't have sports for months now, all of a sudden you're back in this taken for taken it for granted thing, like, be glad you have something to talk about The idea that your bitching about the ratings being down, I think ratings they're going to be weird to follow in every Avenue, every lace and it's just a matter of do you want to keep Consistency in place for when things go back to normal, or do you just want to have nothing on It's up to you, You know, I mean, I really right. I'm glad their stuff to watch. Thank God there's football. I don't know the thing about the this ahh 72nd Emmy awards, drawing 6.1 million viewers. I actually sort of blame ABC, because while I was aware that they were happening Because I knew that the creative Emmys were happening last week like I had been watching so many stuff coming up, so I knew those were the precursor. I didn't see any advertisement for this nun on Social media. Not not any on TV. Not that I'm watching. Like network TV all the time. I just think Less fewer and fewer people are actually sitting down and watching network TV. So fewer and fewer people know what's actually happening on the thief on the 34 big broadcast networks, So I'm not super surprised by this actually way more people watched it on Online in some form or other And that's the other thing. I think ah is causing of a knish you for ratings is that I don't know that someone watching on I keep going back to the NFL, but it's another big ratings. Boom. You know, I mean, they're a lock their the number one TV show every time footballs on it wins. But people are watching on their phones and on their pads and there, you know, you say, Well, why would you? I can't explain what young people do, and an old people couldn't explain what I used to do. That's just the way that's youth. You can't explain it, but they watch on their phone and until that that way that account ratings that's going to go unaccounted for. Right? Well, it's not, and I have gone accounted right that may have gone unaccounted for. For the grant the Emmys as well. You're actually saying that, um, about 11.9 million Total social interactions happened on the on the show for Sunday night. And they say that's up over 100% from the 2019 Emmys. So I just think people don't sit down and watch TV the way they used to, and TV if you want to survive, has got to figure out a way to make that work for them on the other screens that are available to all of us.

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Another record low in viewership for 'Pandemmys'

KNX Evening News

00:30 sec | Last month

Another record low in viewership for 'Pandemmys'

"Number People who watch the Primetime Emmy Awards last night set a record love with 1/6 consecutive year, averaging 6.1 million viewers about the races the previous low of 6.95 last year. A record for any viewership is 35.8 million viewers. That happened back in 1986 during an era when there were only three major broadcast networks and cable programs had much smaller audiences than today and forget about streaming. A record low Emmy viewership comes seven months after the number of people watching the Oscars set a record, though with 23.57 million viewers,

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2020 Emmy Awards ceremony goes virtual

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:30 sec | Last month

2020 Emmy Awards ceremony goes virtual

"Awards show are in A ceremony on ABC hosted by Jimmy Kimmel drawings in just over six million viewers. A new low for the awards show marks 29% decline from last year's ceremony broadcast on Fox. This year's events in the age of Covert 19. Of course, it was virtual, with all the winners and nominees taking part from their homes. The, uh, the Emmys were hit on social media. However, this is interesting. Nearly 12 million interactions generated about the show that's up about 108% from last year, Anthony

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Emmys Recap: 'Watchmen,' 'Schitt's Creek' And 'Succession' Win Big

Colleen and Bradley

01:04 min | Last month

Emmys Recap: 'Watchmen,' 'Schitt's Creek' And 'Succession' Win Big

"Watchman dominated this year's 72nd Emmy Awards winning 11 awards more than any other program this year. They want, including Ah, but not limited to outstanding limited. Siri's. And Poops Creek made history at the Emmys last night by fully sweeping the major Emmy comedy categories, including outstanding Siri's. And On the drama Side, HBO Succession won for best drama drama actor writing for a drama Siri's and directing for a drama. So there is some very clear winners last night of the first chunk of the show just seemed like this bleep screen so you can say Let's just call it poops Creek like It's on a bed, you know. Whom so crispy I, You know, I love that show and I'm so mad at them because they've made our lives really difficult because the show's over now? No, because broadcasters we have to be very careful about how we talked about that show. Yeah, Cassie, like it doesn't translate from the written word. It's a creek

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Zendaya Becomes Youngest Emmy Winner for Lead Actress in a Drama Series

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | Last month

Zendaya Becomes Youngest Emmy Winner for Lead Actress in a Drama Series

"And Euphoria stars and Dia became the youngest drama lead actress to win an Emmy Award last night. 24 year old is only the second black at actress to claim the lead drama Actress award following by older Davis's ground breaking wind in 2015 for how to get away with murder.

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Euphoria’s Zendaya Makes History as the Youngest Lead Actress Winner at the 2020 Emmys

Radio From Hell

00:24 sec | Last month

Euphoria’s Zendaya Makes History as the Youngest Lead Actress Winner at the 2020 Emmys

"Zendaya. Or is it Jenn Dia again? The Emmys Zendaya wars, and they, uh, believe it's day. It's g A Y. So let's say that Jeremy, Strong lead actor in a drama. By the Way to go back to Zenda. I believe the youngest person to ever win an Emmy Award.

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A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

"Last night's primetime Emmys were done without an audience but some viewers might have thought otherwise from the opening monologue there was Jimmy Kimmel cracking jokes as the cameras cut away to celebrities in the audience laughing seated side by side without mass it didn't take long for people to realize it was a prank and for those who didn't came off that stuff of course I'm here all alone of course we don't have an audience this is an a magna rally it's the enemies okay well noted that the show could manage to get by without celebrities in the audience he explained why he considered himself east central personnel you know what they say you can't have a virus without a host in his opening remarks Kimmel rebranded the show as the panda Emmys I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

"It was about TV to be sure but last night's Emmys will also about politics and social justice here's what blankets star Anthony Anderson got any host Jimmy Kimmel to echo the call for an end to police brutality others needed no prodding at all like Regina king of watchman who had a simple message for viewers got a vote I would be remiss not to mention that both king and lose I do both won supporting actress for playing Shirley Chisholm and Mrs America what T. shirts honoring Brianna Taylor the black woman in Louisville Kentucky shot to death by police in her home during a botched drug raid I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

"It was a record setting night at the Emmys it was an off night for Catherine o'hara Eugene levy Schitt's creek address seventeen Daniel levy Schitt's creek the Canadian shows with all the comedy awards up for grabs at the news last night and with all the mentions of made some viewers think you were watching HBO or Showtime since the title sounds like some place you would not want to be called with or without a paddle dominating the drama category succession it won three Emmys Jimmy Kimmel hosted with all the nominees patched in online that made our home screens look a much cooler zone meeting the kind that we have to indoor sometimes at work or school I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Here are the 2020 Emmy Awards highlights

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:30 min | Last month

Here are the 2020 Emmy Awards highlights

"So much nowadays traditional Glam, gathering of the EMMYS was shrunk down to a virtual version. This year, the winners had to dial in from their sofas but did to scale down show remove any of the fun while I'm joined by the phone critic Karen Cranach from welcome back Karen. Now, Jimmy Kimmel called this the pandemic. What was it like? You. Don't I was reading about the run up because of course, they had five days of the creative emmys, which was very interesting which covered documentarian sports things like that. We don't really get to see those its role waiting for the television ones television on comedy and they're all saying, oh, it's can be terrible to glitches and there were absolutely no. Glitches at all the writing was sensitive national it probably would have worked alive, and in fact, what they were doing is they were cutting back into the audience of previous years. So at first we thought Kimmel was presented to reluctance of couldn't be, and then of course, we see that it's an empty staple center with cardboard cutouts except one person Jason Bateman. It worked really really well, and as you said, he called the Pan Denny's. You can't have virus without a host modest M.. It. Last year it was host free. So he's making a double point there isn't he? Will he is I mean there is a discussion for all the wards shows that you know do we really need a host to carry through to give a a link King presents between all of the awards and sometimes you need that sometimes you don't, but he's very, very good in this effect was. Nominated himself didn't win but for for this year. So he solid reacted really well, and particularly with Jennifer Aniston was was there in I'm assuming was a prerecorded, extra it live. Where he's burning one of the emmy envelopes to sanitize it, and if the fire gets out of control, she actually does put put. The. Fire. Out on stage. Tell US little bit more than about. Who won who lost how things went? Arguably, this was possibly our final reminder. Some was that it was a blissful reminder of our recent past, but people could still make television in the same room. I think we're we're all I. Think we're we're going to get nostalgic about these virtual awards shows really because they could do so much more with with a with a regular live show somebody sends in a prerecorded or televisual link you feel cheated. Now you feel that you've got more possibility because the people can actually record something or talk to you live. So it Kinda works really well, for example, before I go to the awards there was almost apprentice reunion lease a Jennifer Aniston Courtney Cox and Lisa kudrow showed up altogether and Jimmy Kimmel's going what are you doing together and he goes she goes well, we've Jennifer says. We've been living together since nineteen ninety four. It was just a lovely surprised wouldn't have been able to happen in real life. So it was great now. watchmen with the big re reimagined science fiction. Series was for twenty six nominations at one eleven including UN series. Star. Regina. King and also best limited series which is amazing and that helped push the HBO show to Thirty Wins in total, which is very important and also Shits Creek, of course, we have to put little tm on there because it's spelled S. C. H. W. T. s. did a sweep a to record for comedy shows of nine wins and it was yeah it's it's incredible. It's last is the final. Season for that show and it was wonderful to see all of our beloved. Canadian actors. That was a hugely hugely popular series it turned up on flicks. But it didn't start with nets, which is weird. Yes it has found that second life. Elsa Bell Rutland. Well, it was really pop TV and it just it got a cult following because. I mean, these I've been watching Catherine O'Hara Levy since the seventies I mean they were at second city which the rivals Saturday night live we've seen them in American pie everywhere. These are very, very good season actors and writers and the fact that they show up with this unique show on pop TV it just goes to show you that if something's good against audience people will see

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Emmys 2020: Schitt's Creek big win and Zendaya is the youngest lead drama actress winner at 24

KNX Evening News

01:05 min | Last month

Emmys 2020: Schitt's Creek big win and Zendaya is the youngest lead drama actress winner at 24

"Emmy Awards were held virtually this year. A big winner. And the Emmy goes to to seven seven of of the the statues statues went went two two Shits Shits Creek, Creek, including including outstanding outstanding comedy comedy riding riding and and to to the the four four main main stars stars for for lead lead as as supporting supporting roles. roles. Here's Here's Daniel Daniel Levy, Levy, writer writer and and supporting supporting actor actor in in a a comedy comedy winner. winner. Unbelievable Unbelievable way way to to end end our our Siri's. Siri's. I I don't don't think think you you could could ever ever ask ask for for a a better better conclusion conclusion to to a a story story than than then then tonight, so we are absolutely thrilled. Best drama went to succession, best drama, Limited series or movies went toe watchman Zenda. Took home the Emmy for lead actress in a drama for her role in euphoria after her win, she did a zoom call with reporters. You know, it's extremely important. I think rude to me was so special about her character is that she is, um Hostile, whole human beating and she's layer than she's. Um, and she's complicated. Jimmy Kimmel hosted there was no live audience winners accepted via live feeds. Emily Valdas can extend 70 news radio.

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“Schitt’s Creek” wins Emmy Award for best comedy series, capping a clean sweep of the show’s comedy categories

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | Last month

“Schitt’s Creek” wins Emmy Award for best comedy series, capping a clean sweep of the show’s comedy categories

"The way, Shits Creek having a great night so far best actor in a comedy also went to the show's Eugene Levy. And now it just one right now Outstanding writing in a comedy series, so that's the first three Emmys that went to the show, which is a strong sign the pop TV show will go on to win best comedy for its last

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Emmy Awards 2020: Stars prepare to dial in for virtual ceremony

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | Last month

Emmy Awards 2020: Stars prepare to dial in for virtual ceremony

"It is time for the Emmy Awards They'll be airing tonight on ABC. Earlier, I talked with TV guides Matt Roush about how Cove it will affect this year's ceremony. Like everything else is going to be so weird and remote as most things are. Nowadays, you can't gather a big crowd like that. There's no red carpet. The nominees will be home or somewhere like that. And so they sent cameras about 100 locations in multiple countries. And wherever the nominees are whoever is gonna win. They're goingto win at home or somewhere, and they're not all going to be in the Big theatre. They're probably going to be dressed in their jammies or something, or some people might be Glammed up, we'll find out, but it's just gonna be so strange. Hopefully, Jimmy Kimmel still find some humor in all of this, but it's going to be just a very different Emmy than you've ever seen

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2020 Emmy Awards: Show will include $2.8M donation to fight child hunger

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last month

2020 Emmy Awards: Show will include $2.8M donation to fight child hunger

"Is stepping up to five child hunger during the pandemic. The television academy says that each network in streaming service competing on the telecast has pledged a $100,000 donation. For every award. They win. With 23 Emmys being distributed and the academy committing $500,000. A total $2.8 million will go to no kid hungry. The virtual 72nd annual Emmy Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. From the staple center winners will accept their awards from remote locations, least.

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"emmy award" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:26 min | 5 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I like about sure I could send it she takes on both sides she won an Emmy Award for outstanding investigative journalism for the business of Congress which included an undercover investigation into fundraising by Republican freshmen issue we had two other Emmy nominations for Benghazi dying for security and green energy going red as it was around that time we were she fell out of favor who is the the people at CBS news and elsewhere she has kept her good name and her integrity and she joins us now Cheryl Atkinson from full measure dot news Cheryl how are you I'm great good how are you good I read your story this morning and I wanted to get you on because I I I wondered if you could take us through what is happening with this so called Obama gate and kind of explain it in layman's terms and tie it to your your story that you just wrote it which is incredible about all of the news inaccuracies over the last few years I think that a lot of the conspiracy theories we heard about four years ago that I didn't put much stock in because they sounded so far fetched in some cases and to a large degree proven through documentary evidence and testimony to be absolutely true no one's more surprised than I am because again it just seemed like who would do that and what I'm talking about it okay go ahead yeah I was just gonna say help me out on which conspiracy theories because that's what everybody says about both sides outs concert so this one is the notion that when president trump became a viable candidate for office and threaten both the Democrat and Republican establishment the money and and what's perhaps even worse threaten to bring in lieutenant general Michael Flynn who let's say knew where the bodies were buried in the intelligence community knew he was going to upend abuses and corruption that he knew about there became a desperate attempt to make sure that that didn't happen and that included attempts to try to find anybody surrounding the trump campaign who maybe have been to Russia so that it would be easier to justify getting a wire tap against those people through which they could capture president trump's communications and try to controversial life and and make sure that he didn't serve in an effective and complete president I think that's what we've seen that's why they targeted plan you remember president Obama met with president elect trump in the White House and before any of these conversations that when had with the Russian ambassador that were controversial before any of this happened president Obama reportedly told trump don't hire plan why do you think that is but I think it's pretty clear now based on again the documentary evidence that there was an effort when trump hired plan anyway to go after him and as the hand written notes of one department of justice official clad do we want to get him to lie is that the goal so that we can get him fired or getting prosecuted net exactly what it appears they did so Cheryl take me through the V. the argument or the back and forth of the president knew about this the president didn't know about this and and why that's important these these meetings that the president was involved in which meetings here talking about sorry the meetings the meetings at the White House where you know I think was clapper said No Way didn't inform the president the president didn't know anything about this and we now find out that they did have a meeting and they were talking about the FBI investigation was coming to an end and he said no keep it open keep it going our president Obama I'm sorry I was thinking press yes I'll yes are not risen from about I have not dug into that yet so I just don't have any particular insight but the question that's been raised by the new information that's coming out three to four years later by the way after we should have had at the public information in my view it goes to the heart of potential criminal wrongdoing and national security but that's what kept hidden even by people working for president trump for the past couple of years until now but what we're getting at the heart of now is how high up this went there have been a a steady stream of documentation from the inspector general and documents and congressional inquiry as to the participation and wrongdoing including in the foreign intelligence surveillance court improper wire taps by FBI official the doctoring of a document by an FBI lawyer well we we know all that now but how high did it go did all of this happened sort of under the radar without the top it's already snowing or did president Obama their role in helping to direct bested his top national security adviser and officials what role did they play I think we're finally getting at the heart of some of some of those questions and I would tell you that in general it it it defies credulity to think that all of this was being done at that that level the way it was being done without the knowledge of top officials R. so what were they when you said Flynn wanted to go bomb would respond now the guy's a racist I didn't like the way he was he spoke about Islam its entrance after what one of the bodies that Flynn would have known that that bill Obama didn't want uncovered well I'll take a couple of things I know about him this would be for two thousand sixteen to my sources in the intelligence community I knew that they were wiretapping political figures and journalists not just me other people a lot of people improperly and I would say illegally being monitored perhaps blackmailed or at least leverage used over people you know they knew they were being monitor had been monitored did a really big things that I think it's been going on for years Edward Snowden revealed some of it some of it we little little bit we found out about with revelations about the Obama administration getting subpoenas against Associated Press and that sort of thing but I think a far greater danger they were more under the table efforts not even legal subpoenas that were being secretly you know given against the press I think there were a lot more shenanigans being conducted insider intelligence agency for the past fifteen years and top people Brennan and clapper head of the the director of national intelligence and head of the CIA on multiple occasions that I've documented on a timeline and Cheryl I can dot com provided false information to Congress they were part of spying on the Senate intelligence committee but then providing misleading information when asked about it and have it ultimately admit it and apologize and if you think about it is almost start that when you look at the timeline look like they were spying on practically everybody who weren't they sign on this is not allowed under our constitution and in our country and I think Quinn knew a lot about a lot of that and going into two thousand sixteen I was told this was one thing that many people inside the intelligence community the bad actors not the good actors but something that they feared so this is the worst case scenario I think for all Americans I don't care if you're left right I don't care if you level bomb or love trump it doesn't matter this is awful and leads us into a completely dystopian world it do you believe there's enough there and are there any journalists out there that are part of the mainstream this will affect enough to where they will say we got to put partisan politics aside this has to be uncovered I think a lot of the deep diggers who would view things that way and just go where the facts lead that's not being done and a lot of the mainstream news organizations anymore they're just taking hand out propaganda or comments from anonymous sources on one side to the other publishing that that's not a lot of real work from digging going into this this takes real work I've seen people like when Greenwald of the intercept and a couple of other places including some left leaning publications that have actually gotten deep because their interest lies in an intersection some cases with the interests of the right where these privacy invasions have happened no matter who's committing them or these constitutional violations I have seen some deep digging but it's not being done at what I guess you would call the traditional mainstream outlets all right want to continue my conversation with Cheryl Atkinson here in just a second you finder at full measure dot news and I want to go over this I'm piecing piece that she wrote the media mistakes in the trump area of the definitive list and it is remarkable when you look at it go through some of the highlights here in just a second sure I can send will continue in one minute.

Emmy Award Congress Benghazi
"emmy award" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:21 min | 5 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Won an Emmy Award for outstanding investigative journalism for the business of Congress which included an undercover investigation into fundraising by Republican freshmen issue we had two other Emmy nominations for Benghazi dying for security and green energy going red it was around that time we were she fell out of favor who is the the people at CBS news and elsewhere she has kept her good name and her integrity and she joins us now Cheryl Atkinson from full measure dot news Cheryl how are you find great going how are you good I read your story this morning and I wanted to get you on because I I I wondered if you could take us through what is happening with this so called Obama gate and kind of explain it in layman's terms and tie it to your your story that you just roll with it which is incredible about all of the news inaccuracies over the last few years I think that a lot of the conspiracy theories we heard about four years ago that I didn't put much stock in because they sounded so far fetched in some cases and to a large degree proven through documentary evidence and testimony to be absolutely true no one's more surprised than I am because again it just seemed like who would do that and what I'm talking about it and go ahead yeah I was just say help me out on which conspiracy theories because that's what everybody says about both sides outs concert so this one is the notion that when president trump became a viable candidate for office and threaten both the Democrat and Republican establishment the money and and what perhaps even worse threaten to bring in lieutenant general Michael Flynn who let's say knew where the bodies were buried in the intelligence community knew he was going to upend abuses and corruption that he knew about there became a desperate attempt to make sure that that didn't happen and that included attempts to try to find anybody surrounding the trump campaign who maybe have been to Russia so that it would be easier to justify getting a wire tap against those people through which they could capture president trump's communications and try to controversial life and and make sure that he didn't serve in an effective and complete president I think that's what we've seen that's why they targeted plan you remember president Obama met with president elect trump in the White House and before any of these conversations that when had with the Russian ambassador that were controversial before any of this happened president Obama reportedly told trump don't hire plan why do you think that is but I think it's pretty clear now based on again the documentary evidence that there was an effort when trump hired plan anyway to go after him and as the hand written notes of one department of justice official clad do we want to get him to lie is that the goal so that we can get him fired or getting prosecuted math exactly what it appears they did so Cheryl take me through the the argument or the back and forth of the president knew about this the president didn't know about this and and why that's important these these meetings that the president was involved in which meetings here talking about sorry the meetings the meetings at the White House where you know I think was clapper said No Way didn't inform the president the president didn't know anything about this and we now find out that they did have a meeting and they were talking about the FBI investigation was coming to an end and he said no keep it open keep it going our president Obama I'm sorry I was thinking because some are yes or not hi I have not dug into that yet so I just don't have any particular inside but the question that's been raised by the new information that's coming out three to four years later by the way after we should have had at the public information in my view it goes to the heart of potential criminal wrongdoing and national security but that's what kept hidden even by people working for president trump for the past couple of years until now but what we're getting at the heart of now is how high up it went there's been a a steady stream of documentation from the inspector general and documents and congressional inquiry as to the participation and wrongdoing including in the foreign intelligence surveillance court improper wire taps by FBI officials the doctoring of a document by an FBI lawyer well we we know all that now but how high do they go all of this happened sort of under the radar without the topic Tories knowing or did president Obama your role in helping to direct bested his top national security adviser and officials what role did they play I think we're finally getting at the heart of some of some of those questions and I would tell you that in general it it it defies credulity to think that all of this was being done at that level the way it was being done without the knowledge of top officials R. so what were they when you said Flynn wanted to go Obama would respond now the guy's a racist I didn't like the way he was he spoke about Islam it's after it's after what one of the bodies that Flynn would have known that that meeting Boba didn't want uncovered well I'll take a couple of things I know about and this would be for two thousand sixteen to my sources in the intelligence community I knew that they were wiretapping political figures and journalists not just me other people a lot of people improperly and I would say illegally being monitored perhaps blackmailed or at least leverage used over people you know they knew they were being monitor had been monitored did a really big things that I think it's been going on for years Edward Snowden revealed some of it some of it we little little bit we found out about with revelations about the Obama administration getting subpoenas against Associated Press and that sort of thing but I think a far greater danger they were more under the table efforts not even legal subpoenas that were being secretly you know given against the press I think there were a lot more shenanigans being conducted insider intelligence agency for the past fifteen years and top people Brennan and clapper head of the the director of national intelligence and head of the CIA on multiple occasions that I've documented on a timeline and Cheryl I can dot com provided false information to Congress they were part of spying on the Senate intelligence committee but then providing misleading information when asked about it and having to alternately admit it and apologize and if you think about it it almost starts when you look at the timeline look like they were spying on practically everybody who wants a spying on this is not allowed under our constitution and in our country and I think when you know a lot about a lot of that and going into two thousand sixteen I was told this was one thing that many people inside the intelligence community the bad actors not the good actors but something that they feared so this is the worst case scenario I think for all Americans I don't care if you're left or right I don't care if you love Obama or love trump it doesn't matter this is awful and leads us into a completely dystopian world it do you believe there's enough there and are there any journalists out there that are part of the mainstream this will affect enough to where they will say we've got to put partisan politics aside this has to be uncovered I think a lot of the deep diggers who would view things that way and just go where the facts lead that's not being done and a lot of the mainstream news organizations anymore they're just taking hand out propaganda or comments from anonymous sources on one side or the other publishing that's not a lot of real work of digging going into this this takes real work I think people like in Greenwald of the intercept and a couple of other places including some left leaning publications that have actually gone deep because their interest lies in an intersection some cases with the interests of the right where these privacy invasions have happened no matter who's committing them or these constitutional violations I have seen some deep digging but it's not being done at what I guess you would call the traditional mainstream outlets all right I want to continue my conversation with Cheryl Atkinson here in just a second you finder at full measure dot news and I want to go over this the easing piece that she wrote the media mistakes in the trump era of the definitive list and it is remarkable when you look at it go through some of the highlights here in just a second Cheryl concern will continue in one.

Emmy Award Congress Benghazi
"emmy award" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

09:24 min | 5 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on WRVA

"She takes on both sides she won an Emmy Award for outstanding investigative journalism for the business of Congress which included an undercover investigation into fundraising by Republican freshmen issue we had two other Emmy nominations for Benghazi dying for security and green energy going red it was around that time period where she fell out of favor who is the the people at CBS news and elsewhere she has kept her good name and her integrity and she joins us now Cheryl Atkinson from full measure dot news Cheryl how are you I'm great good how are you good I read your story this morning and I wanted to get you on because I I I wondered if you could take us through what is happening with this so called Obama gate and kind of explain it in layman's terms and tie it to your your story that you just wrote it which is incredible about all of the news inaccuracies over the last few years I think that a lot of the conspiracy theories we heard about four years ago that I didn't put much stock in because they sounded so far fetched in some cases and to a large degree proven through documentary evidence and testimony to be absolutely true no one is more surprised than I am because again it just seemed like who would do that and what I'm talking about it okay go ahead yeah I was just gonna say help me out on which conspiracy theories because that's what everybody says about both sides outs concerning so this one is the notion that when president trump became a viable candidate for office and threaten both the Democrat and Republican establishment the money and and what's perhaps even worse threaten to bring in lieutenant general Michael Flynn who let's say knew where the bodies were buried in the intelligence community knew he was going to upend abuses and corruption that he knew about there became a desperate attempt to make sure that that didn't happen and that included attempts to try to find anybody surrounding the trump campaign who maybe have been to Russia so that it would be easier to justify getting a wire tap against those people through which they could capture president trump's communications and try to controversial life and and make sure that he didn't serve in an effective and complete president I think that's what we've seen that's why they targeted plan you remember president Obama met with president elect trump in the White House and before any of these conversations that when had with the Russian ambassador that were controversial before any of this happened president Obama reportedly told trump don't hire plan why do you think that is but I think it's pretty clear now based on again the documentary evidence that there was an effort when trump hired plan anyway to go after him and as the hand written notes of one department of justice official said do we want to get him to lie is that the goal so that we can get him fired or getting prosecuted math exactly what it appears they did so Cheryl take me through the the argument or the back and forth of the president knew about this the president didn't know about this and and why that's important these these meetings the president was involved in which meetings here talking about sorry the meetings the meetings at the White House where you know I think was clapper said No Way didn't inform the president president didn't know anything about this and we now find out that they did have a meeting and they were talking about the FBI investigation was coming to an end and he said no keep it open keep it going our president Obama I'm sorry I was thinking press yes I'll yes Sir not risen from about I have not done into that yet so I just don't have any particular inside but the question that's been raised by the new information that's coming out three to four years later by the way after we should have had at the public information in my view it goes to the heart of potential criminal wrongdoing and national security but this was kept hidden even by people working for president trump for the past couple of years until now but what we're getting at the heart of now is how high up this went there's been a a steady stream of documentation from the inspector general and documents and congressional inquiry as to the participation and wrongdoing including in the foreign intelligence surveillance court improper wire taps by FBI officials the doctoring of a document by an FBI lawyer well we we know all that now but how high did it go did all of this happened sort of under the radar without the top it's already snowing or did president Obama their role in helping to direct benefit his top national security adviser and officials what role did they play I think we're finally getting at the heart of some of some of those questions and I would tell you that in general it it it defies credulity to think that all of this was being done at that level the way it was being done without the knowledge of top officials so what were they when you said Flynn wanted to go Obama would respond now the guy's a racist I didn't like the way he was he spoke about Islam its entrance after what one of the bodies that Flynn would have known that that bill Obama didn't want uncovered well I'll take a couple of things I know about him this would be for two thousand sixteen to my sources in the intelligence community I knew that they were wiretapping political figures and journalists not just me other people a lot of people improperly and I would say illegally being monitored perhaps blackmailed or at least leverage used over people you know they knew they were being monitor had been monitored need to really big things that I think it's been going on for years Edward Snowden revealed some of this some of it we little little bit we found out about with revelations about the Obama administration getting subpoenas against Associated Press and that sort of thing but I think a far greater danger they were more under the table efforts not even legal subpoenas that were being secretly you know given against the press I think there were a lot more shenanigans being conducted insider intelligence agency for the past fifteen years and top people Brennan and clapper head of the the director of national intelligence and head of the CIA on multiple occasions that I've documented on a timeline and Cheryl I can dot com provided false information to Congress they were part of spying on the Senate intelligence committee but then providing misleading information when asked about it and having to alternately admit it and apologize and if you think about it it almost start that when you look at the timeline look like they were spying on practically everybody who weren't they sign on this is not allowed under our constitution and in our country and I think when you a lot about a lot of that and going into two thousand sixteen I was told this was one thing that many people inside the intelligence community the bad actors not the good actors but something that they feared so this is the worst case scenario I think for all Americans I don't care if you're left or right I don't care if you love Obama or love trump it doesn't matter this is awful and leads us into a completely dystopian world it do you believe there's enough there and are there any journalists out there that are part of the mainstream this will affect enough to where they will say we've got to put partisan politics aside this has to be uncovered I just think a lot of the deep diggers who would view things that way and just go where the facts lead that's not being done and a lot of the mainstream news organizations anymore they're just taking hand out propaganda or comments from anonymous sources on one side or the other and publishing that that's not a lot of real work from digging going into this this takes real work I've seen people like when Greenwald of the intercept and a couple of other places including some left leaning publications that have actually gone deep because their interest lies in an intersection some cases with the interests of the right where these privacy invasions have happened no matter who's committing them or these constitutional violations I have seen some deep digging but it's not being done at but I guess you would call the traditional mainstream outlets all right want to continue my conversation with Cheryl Atkinson here in just a second you finder at full measure dot news and I want to go over this the easing piece that she wrote the media mistakes in the trump area of the definitive list and it is remarkable when you look at it go through some of the highlights here in just a second sure I can send will continue.

Emmy Award Congress Benghazi
"emmy award" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Find a better home lawn mower it then Hosler at hustler turf dot com promo code back let's stop for ten seconds then back to the show I think original be bold gland back on U. stockade forty K. X. N. T. all right still we just started a new feature what's New England studio and if you if you wanna participate if you're watching on blaze TV you see something that is new or different in the studio you just text us to Glenn's studio and you I'm not Texas you tweet with the hashtag yeah thank you tweet with hashtag mmhm well you know we have a winner yet and we have a lot of people here we have a all right the Emmy Award send ME one word over your yes but that is been here that is an Emmy Award that is an Emmy for sound design for war of the worlds now so that's not new it's it's always been there just moved it gasoline cans is a big one that's what I thought you might act like because people are saying gasoline camp but it's actually a painting of a gasoline can which I think justice is actually coming this year are here yeah yeah I know it's a painting a gasoline can it's been around the studio for a while president Lincoln with a mask again you're still out the they don't miss out on those are all paintings that those don't include the fox news red phone but.

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

08:27 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Our show is about every kind of relationship. Even the ones we watch on television and in the movies particularly those today we're speaking about relationships on TV and the new romantic comedy series on ABC called the baker and the beauty. Our guest is the witty and Brilliant Series Regular Emmy Award winning actor, Dan Dickinson Sqi. Dan, what are some of your favorite shows streaming now and on TV about relationships. Well. That's funny. You should say about relationships because a lot of the shows that I am drawn to are not about relationships, because I'm in one because I live in one, and because it's, it's a daunting task every day to navigate marriage and parenthood, and so I- oddly enough. I wanted fantasy. Come home and I either WanNa watch a documentary series or reality show I, do love. I'm just starting to watch. Believe it or not I'm late. Late to the Shit's creek of it all, but so brilliant allowed so funny and so wild like you know people are so afraid of broad comedy. I was a huge huge Carol Burnett fan growing up, and not that it's as broad as that, but you do I mean comedy is comedy, and it's funny for a reason will, and grace is hilarious because it goes there. You kind of want to go there and comedy blasting I do love watching. Oh, yes, she's creek goes. There are sure. I'm now obsessed with this. Netflix documentary series called love is blind. have. You seen it now but I. Heard about is crazy. It's crazy. It's a social experiment where people you know. The Bachelor whether you love it or not is a show that is very specific to a particular kind of man, a particular kind of woman that want to play that out. With cameras rolling and in front of each other, and it's it turns into its own kind of social experiment. Yes, this one has everything to do with whether or not people can find their soulmates without ever seeing them in toll. They've committed okay, and so they've these day after day after day there in these little pods separated only by a very thin glass, and they have conversations across that glass day after day after day, whether they and they and they get drawn to people purely out of the tone of voice and the conversation that and the things that are being said, and it is amazing how we the viewer see people. We know what they look like so like don't do it. Ugly ugly. Hot But exactly she is biting offered. She's a her. She's cutting. She's pulling on her hair. This has no eyebrows and screaming. The truth is what are they honest not about their aesthetics, but like again if they were cutter or like, they were picking their eyebrows, or whatever I mean, are they at least portraying themselves because those are those are serious issue. Trying to make light by the way of A. Notice or whatever those elements are those are serious issues. My point is only that Dan. Kinski hater I'm a hater. Anybody hasn't OCD. I've washed my hands. Thirty five times. no I I. Think First of all look. We don't know these people to some degree. You can always ask anybody who signed on the dotted line to be on a show where they're going to be filmed. Right that you know there are some part of you. That wanted to play this out on on it with cameras rolling right so that is instantly shink. Chink in their armor as far as I'm concerned that said people are unbelievably revealing when and what's. Know when they cannot be seen when they're not being judged by their. is the thought like being in a confessional? Think about that, you only see the. Does feel that way, and it's very quick that these people start to reveal themselves in a way that you know some of them have game, and they're trying to be charming, and you can tell, and some of them become a emotional about what they're talking about. I guess when you have nothing else to drawn like the expression on your face or what you think, your hair looks like are granted. All of them are looking pretty good, because they know they're being filmed. So and there's also the casting process. Of course, these people were put together for a reason, but I have watched many of them very quickly back to back and I. Find it fascinating and the period of the first five to six days. Not to give anything away, several of them become engaged. And wants somebody who proposes and the other person accepts the proposal. They see each other for the first time, and it's a it's a big reveal. And then what so why would somebody do this? They're just. Get married really, WANNA get married. It's hard out there Laura. It's pair. Of listened to look when you marry some ugly person that you madam to hide well just depends on where you're values aren't clearly Laura. We show. We know where yours do they ask like? Do they say like? What's your financial situation like not on camera? No I haven't seen that. Okay you. Just like them like they talk about how important family is to them. Some of them keep things out. The Salads, what do they look at how much they harassed? Swipe left. Guess, what you are not someone for this show. I'm just GONNA go out on a limb and say you want to be on the show where I want. A little more slowly than I WANNA see a tax return and the picture and I'm good to go. These is for people who don't want that. and. Where's the balance? If you've got a plan, you can be a little sort. Put it that way all right. You know honest. She's honest honest. I can't help you because this show is going to be about people that you don't necessarily know how much they make. What they look like. But I'll watch. It is very interesting to watch, and we're not done with it yet, but anyway this is something that my husband and I are now sort of obsessed with and oddly enough. I've been trying to get my husband to go in a couple of therapy with me for twenty eight years, and not into it, but I'm watching couples therapy. Showtime! Right, he doesn't believe in marriage. So what's the point and so when? Couples, therapy watch that show. For sure not going and by the way I watched the show, so we're good, right you. Know. He loves that therapist so much like. Let's try to get an appointment with her I'm like you just WanNa meet her. We also saw cheer. which everyone's obsessed with? With her two. so I've been watching a lot of docs series and a lot of I. Guess we'll cheers. Cheers has kind of like a relationship component to it as well goes back to the question. This show is about friendship. It's about you know. All kinds of relationships parenthood us all of that and I think cheer is genius Yes that show, and what that that cheerleading group, yes, and the coach and the kind of family that they are able to create Goenawan another. Many times for those kids out of a lack of family situation in real life, it's so touching they're also famous now that I wonder how it's going to impact the future of of that show, but that is a really worthwhile Docu series to watch. Scripted wise, we binged succession fascinating family show but you know we're not watching with exception of couples therapy. Clearly, we wanna see things that are you know? People who are worse off than we are? Is really the goal right Nothing better to feel thin and to watch people who are. Way. Yes obsessed with that show by the way Do you remember the show again? It was a long time ago, but it came on after the bachelor. Maybe before called. Who wants to marry my dad? Oh, my God. This was such a good show, and this was kids that would put together their dad that there would be like a bachelor. There was like three contestants whatever that would come on kind of like the dating game, but it didn't happen on the stage. And, it was always like an older man like you know fifties or sixties older. When I was getting my. God. They're so old. Dad. Do Multiple seasons because. It did it definitely did? Do you remember the other flake show called? Are, you hot or not, yes! was another one in the early days of reality seriously I mean we've really hit an all time low and I'm a writer too I. Write for television like I'm always trying to write scripted shows I write fiction so I should watch a lot more of it, but I sort of escape profit then. I'll get that all right. Let's talk about your instagram by. We see that you were supporting the..

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

05:05 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"All's Fair in love and war. Our show is about every kind of relationship. Even the ones we watch on television and in the movies particularly those today we're speaking about relationships on TV and the new romantic comedy series on ABC called the baker and the beauty. Our guest is the witty and Brilliant Series Regular Emmy Award winning actor, Dan Dickinson Sqi. Dan, what are some of your favorite shows streaming now and on TV about relationships. Well. That's funny. You should say about relationships because a lot of the shows that I am drawn to are not about relationships, because I'm in one because I live in one, and because it's, it's a daunting task every day to navigate marriage and parenthood, and so I- oddly enough. I wanted fantasy. Come home and I either WanNa watch a documentary series or reality show I, do love. I'm just starting to watch. Believe it or not I'm late. Late to the Shit's creek of it all, but so brilliant allowed so funny and so wild like you know people are so afraid of broad comedy. I was a huge huge Carol Burnett fan growing up, and not that it's as broad as that, but you do I mean comedy is comedy, and it's funny for a reason will, and grace is hilarious because it goes there. You kind of want to go there and comedy blasting I do love watching. Oh, yes, she's creek goes. There are sure. I'm now obsessed with this. Netflix documentary series called love is blind. have. You seen it now but I. Heard about is crazy. It's crazy. It's a social experiment where people you know. The Bachelor whether you love it or not is a show that is very specific to a particular kind of man, a particular kind of woman that want to play that out. With cameras rolling and in front of each other, and it's it turns into its own kind of social experiment. Yes, this one has everything to do with whether or not people can find their soulmates without ever seeing them in toll. They've committed okay, and so they've these day after day after day there in these little pods separated only by a very thin glass, and they have conversations across that glass day after day after day, whether they and they and they get drawn to people purely out of the tone of voice and the conversation that and the things that are being said, and it is amazing how we the viewer see people. We know what they look like so like don't do it. Ugly ugly. Hot But exactly she is biting offered..

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

09:16 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Life used to be pretty normal and then everything changed. Daniel has a date with no Hamilton. Here Bay cuff but we worked. She's a celebrity us. Don't live in the real world I want. One of my parents have magic. Is it always like this same? Hana relationship everything and don't get even microseconds a restaurant. There was something about him. Don't talk to me talk to her. She likes you. Baker in the beauty sewage premiered Monday April thirteenth on. Abc The bigger and the beauty for me or Monday April thirteenth on ABC so ABC's pushing this. I actually saw a clip of it last night. As part of the bachelor finale with Yes yes did. I hear an accent on her. She's from Australia. She's from Australia and And he's and he's Cuban. Cuban American family and the cast is is all Latino. I mean she Her Mom was Peruvian. My parents are Argentinian. Did nothing that speak Spanish on that set our crews we were shooting in Puerto Rico. It was kind of magical in that respect. We really immersed ourselves in Latin culture. The show is so is such a sweet and grounded realistic. Look at a family in a Cuban American family in in Miami and food plays a role in the show as well. It does. I mean the bakery is a big part of that world and the cast David. Del Rio is the brother. And Lisa dolls the mom and Carlos Gomez is the DAD and beliefs. Escobar though I mean these are such amazing actors and I was never in scenes with them. I mean my stuff is really in the world of Hamilton but the family dynamic is so infectious and fantastic and it. It's there's a vibe that comes off of this show that I think will be unbelievably Infectious for people to watch this was originally an Israeli series. They brought it over from this. Very successful Israelis Israeli format called the beauty and the baker. And it's still on and in fact it's on Amazon if people wanted to just sort of. Get a sneak. Peek of what the world is. The Israeli version is on Amazon. A side plaguing their version of it. But it's very similar in that world that takes place in Israel and it's really about this Yemenite Baker family in Tel Aviv and this gorgeous model and how the baker in the family winds up falling in love with her and and It's a format that just feels romantic in the Notting Hill. Kind of but the family comedy blended into it is kind of what makes it feel like we're reinventing genre right which is lovely in a way. I think you can attest this. I was married to a Cuban briefly but I'm still friends with his family where I think. The Jews and the Cubans super similar super similar a lot of passion. A lot of no holding back. No hold number correct. Things get discussed shit goes down and it's sort of what the currency is of this show So we'll see where we're very excited about it and it's going to be on ten o'clock on Monday nights on ABC. I love it. I did want to say that you had a recurring role as the president's chief of staff on the ABC Drama Series Scandal. The husband of the chief of staff the husband the husband of the chief rash on scandal. Most people will know me as James Novak from scandal and it was a life changing Fateh. Emmy I congratulate saying it was a life changing experience being on that show and career certainly career changing Shonda rhimes I had met. I guess when I did an episode of Grey's anatomy I then went onto write on the writing staff of Grey's anatomy and around that time I was offered this part as the husband of the chief-of-staff no one at the time. The show premiered an even. The actor didn't realize that his character was gay which I think is he met yes. I'm into Leamington until you meet me. The title of my talk but it was kind of a fantastic way of introducing information. That should be matter of fact anyway and it it I thought it was GONNA be a couple of episodes. It wound up being close to thirty and it was. I will never forget it. I love that okay. And then you've also got a partnership With Lisa Kudrow for seventeen years. Yeah tell us a little bit about that about the comeback and then web therapy which your husband directed correct. We we listen. I started this company years ago. She was still. I think it was the last couple of years of friends We are Producing partners And over the years we have made and developed a bunch of different pilots. We currently continue to produce our passion project which is a documentary series called. Who Do you think you are which traces the genealogy genealogical journeys for prominent people? We've done you know ten seasons almost And we are returning to NBC this year. Which is where we got our start. It's kind of unprecedented. We started at NBC. We got nominated for an emmy and then moved onto. Tlc got nominated for a few more and then after are run on. Tlc We have been asked back NBC. And it's going to be an amazing return and Leeson I produce that we produce the comeback. Hbo Cult Favorite. And I was in as well and is a favourite from so many one of my favorite shows on television of all time. I mean she's just phenomenal. And if you haven't seen the comeback season one was in two thousand five season two nine years later holds up is just as good And Don and and my husband on and Lisa knew have known each other and collaborated on several. She's been the star of at least three of the movies that he's written directed and and we've been very very good friends for many many many years and and in the early days of our collaboration we started a show called web therapy. Which wound up doing four seasons on showtime And has just over one hundred amazing stars. Who lent their talents in this improvisational comedy with a therapist? Who's not worth? I mean she's the worst therapists Larry and I let her also online. Yes that you were really ahead of your time. I mean we have a website called. It's over easy. Yeah where we do a ton of stuff. Online people can get divorced online people. Yeah Information about therapy mental health. All that in the back of my mind this whole time has been your show. Yeah well web therapy at the time. It was two thousand eight like they were very very few things happening. I mean a lot of businesses happening online but but web series. The notion of doing a web series was always a bunch of pilots. That didn't go. That got caught up into little pieces and lease it was like. Wouldn't it be great to do something funny? That is actually lives online. Like people are doing so many things online that they do in real life. Wouldn't the stupidest thing to do online? Is Three Minute therapy during your lunch? Break at work and so she's and then we started talking next on clubby correct. Exactly by the way had quit. Been around in those days. We probably would quickly. But we were lucky enough to make this show for the web. And then we were able to repurpose it into half hours for showtime for Four Seasons And had Meryl Streep on and Meg Ryan Steve. Corral and CONAN. O'brien and Julia. Louis Dreyfus. I mean this is amazing. It and everyone is so unbelievably funny on the show. And my husband. Don was masterful at directing Improv way. Which is not easy to do We're very proud of that one. That's awesome and then speaking of groundbreaking was Mary me which is an NBC show. And you and Tim Meadows. Play the Kevin's which are gay. Dads Anne yes. That was and that was a couple of seasons. Was that one of just one. But it was so much. Fun David. Cass was the writer. And he's so talented. And Casey Wilson played our daughter Right And Yeah we were an interracial gay. Couple of Ah Daughter getting married and it was some of the most fun I've had on TV and your names are both Kevin Cabinet. We have the Ron's that live across the street from my God it's more and my husband's Amazon's people like you guys are done. Dan and every time we introduce ourselves to anybody they're like. Oh my God that's funny. You're done and Dan and we're like we are but it happens more times. Certainly when you're gay ever would want actually. When I was a baby attorney my farm has always done same sex cases even before there was divorced. There's a lot of cohabitation and there were a lot of palimony cases but I had an older partner and whenever we represented him sex couples he just could not. He couldn't get their names straight. He would always call our client. The opposing party side which was really annoying to apply and they would always say like can you paying you about seven hundred and fifty dollars. Our Name Right. Hey keep calling me his name when I fucking hate him right now and he's trying to take all my money. The were side. Are you on the.

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

02:20 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Just take the pieces off. The wing tipped pads. How long did that last though you tell me? She's wearing tampons now. She is she is could come over. And that's how important this is to me because when I went to boarding school I had to bunk with an banquet but live in a building with a think. Twelve other women maybe right and so we're all sixteen and when women live together they all start menstruating at the same time only me and the other young lady that was from Princeton New Jersey were wearing tampons and I think we were the only ones that were not virgins at the time and these girls had been told by their parents if you bought a Tampon and you're no longer a virgin so we've quickly disabused them. Not because all of those pads sitting around at the same time was fucking disgusting. So we said we're having a meeting. Look at Johnny eating. It's how to use a Tampon. And they said we will come to that meeting. We will listen to you. Assuming what you're telling us is true that we're not losing over Jimmy. But you also have to tell us how to get blow jobs. That was the quid pro quo. Adrian did that because I've never been so great at giving blow jobs but everybody everybody one put it that way. That sounds amazing. The guys won a Lotta guys want of the girls one but I can tell you right now. I will never ever ever be teaching my daughter appropriate. I mean I think there are other places you can go. She figures out working. Stay tune everybody because in the second half of this show trailer voice for that please. Coming up a all right. Johnny wants to move on his most avid fans remember him as the writer producer and star of the hit indie romantic comedy. All over the guy. I do remember that from two thousand one starred as what was the character. Arthur in Second Act opposite Jaylo and you play facinia southern preppy who has an MBA from Duke and worked with Lopez Character at Value Club as a team. Builder actually just saw that. Probably on the airplane is that it was on the scene a on the airplane. Yes it's a great fan. So is this. We found it was a lot of fun. You also appeared in the Post. Starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks and under the Tuscan Sun and the opposite of sex. A wide panoply.

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

04:22 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Unfortunately they to your point, which we were just in San Diego for a birthday, and we're walking down the street and I put my arm around him so casually because like you said we live in this bubble, and somebody drove by and yelled fag. Yeah, which doesn't exist. Orange County. I know you don't forget that that's something that can happen. That's why you don't don't ever. Take your your spouse's hand. I don't em- private or in public or put your arm around your spouse. There's no reason for it. That's what marriage is for. It's to never touched another person now I've just I've only learned that having been in it for twenty eight years, but there's nothing better. Better than being able to just own your own body, and not have to ever touch another one. I I have another question and again I can't even believe. I'm asking it, but when you were talking about legally and wanting and practicality, I noticed you never mentioned God. Does God or religion come into the equation of this marriage family situation at all? No, I have married an atheist, okay? A staunch and devout. Atheist! And I grew up Jewish but fairly. Reform. A Bar Mitzvah I take the kids once a year at high holidays. We pass over every year. Don Very open to us. At least continuing the traditions that were important to me. we celebrate Easter God is doesn't come into the equation. Okay, you know, and there are times when I sort of regret that and there are times lately in particular because I've got teens now where I think Catholic school would be a really good thing for them to learn. I don't know if you could just opt into that. Dan Yes I'm sure that what I've heard through the grapevine that especially in Catholic in the Catholic sect, yes. Anyway they have open There's a lot of empty slots these days. Yes No God who isn't really a part of the equation and Don wh- is very atheist, and so we don't talk about the lack of existence of God in our house. We certainly have left it open for the kids to sort of find it if they want to down the line, but they can't even find their shoes right. Away way down and God's. Really tough all so you wrote a book in Thirteen, twelve thirteen through love the title..

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

11:31 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"That seen it gets me every time I actually like tear up. It's refreshing to know that even after doing thousands of divorces. You're still a softy. When it comes to love this is true. You'd think I'd be more jaded but part of the reason I do. What I do is for the realizations and reflections. I get working with clients and how that allows me to have new impressions regarding love and all of its forms. Relationships make the best content. I mean from the movie marriage story to this podcast or insights blog on. It's over easy. Relationships make good story. I guess that's why the Bachelor still around though it didn't make esquire's list of the best shows of two thousand twenty a little bit curious about esquire's list of the best shows a twenty twenty because some of them don't really seem to me to have that much to do with relationships but in event. I mean Shits Creek Awesome. Jazz totally does and how those family are amazing. And how their circumstances change how they all relate to each other? Yeah and then. That show on Netflix. The circle I mean that takes dating relationships in a whole new direction. My Kids Binge. Watch that on spring break. I do not understand the good place hunters on Amazon which I've heard is amazing and the outsider on. Hbo which I binge watched. I don't know how much that has to do with relationships though but anyway it was awesome. Esquire says those shows are the best on TV so far but stay tuned. Because today we're going to give you a sneak peek of you'll be loving next and tell us all about it. Let me introduce you to our guests. He is the Emmy Award winning after. You've seen on the big screen and the small screen. He's also a writer producer and bestselling author. Whose book about parenting is one of the funniest memoirs of all time. He's a data has been a client of our great friend of the show manager. Mark Armstrong welcome to all's fair Dan Bucatini Sqi Janis. Big Fan of the shoutout. If you haven't out tomorrow. Marc Armstrong all right. So Dan this show as you know about relationships and human nature and all that and I was thinking about it this morning we have not had johnny a Dad Dad parents. No I am honored so give join us. Is this your first episode? Ever if I'm the first basically now. Now here's the first of this came. Crashing has a sexual husband. Dan You are the first okay. Thanks Yeah Premiere episode so okay. Dan Tell us a little bit about you. I would not have known this based on the name your Argentinian. Well Jewish yes. Okay Yeah Leo and medium. Julio and Myriam Shalom. Thank you exactly. Those are the the most Jewish name she actually. My Mom's name was Maria at the time that their families immigrated to Argentina wages their parents from eastern Europe which is how that happened not so popular to be Jewish not so popular show and it's a Catholic country and so everybody had to have a Latino Berge name okay so all the Jews of Argentina for the most part we all have the funniest. It's so funny because it's a phys- timing yeah gooky. Julio Book Attend Ski Bob Logbook Itunes Scaling. All the first names are Latin. Names we now and Schanberg right you know. So there's you know the Argentinian Jews. Because they sound like Pedro and Pablo and Julio and Ramon and their last as their big Arjun Jewish Argentinian community. There is I mean. I will say that at the time in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties when eastern Europe was shit. Show me more than Mo. The country is now more than the world is right. There was only open at immigration in New York City and in Uruguay and Argentina. So a lot. A LOT OF EASTERN EUROPEAN JEWS WOUND UP in South America at that time then ironically right after World War. Two A lot of the Nazis escaped Georgian Tina so talk about like a melting pot. You wind up in Tina with all of these hiding Nazis as well as the the Jews who escaped not to Nazis hiding in the United States to the TV show were just talking about her. Is that it's amazing and we're growing some of our own which is exciting. Hey so you went to Vassar again in two thousand eight you married. Don Your husband right. I met Don in one thousand nine hundred ninety two so we've been together for a very long time right. I like to say I was ten when we look good. Okay yes but we. I was in my twenty s and we met. Twenty eight years ago. Say during you had that little four-month window when we allowed same sex. Yes time in California and you rushed to the we did also I mean don was always very anti marriage. Fat always always always but then we had kids. We adopted kids not as a married couple and then it became legal to be married as a gay couple and it felt really wrong that in the window where we could have gotten married to the narrative to tell our kids that yeah we had the chance to get married we just for us. So did you suspect that it was not gonNA pass. No I didn't Johnny has has been got married during that same time window. Yeah I mean it was a period of time where you ran to. You took the opportunity while you still could and we did. We got married on in our house. It wasn't a wedding really. It was just us and our kids babysitter and Tom Arnold. I know Tom Southmead officiated. Your wedding is that right did I did Janis twice twice. We'll we'd had the commitment ceremony in two thousand and two and then in that window and eight. Got Civil. Yeah On Halloween and then had like a little ceremony ceremony. So let me ask you this okay. Because I I'm I'm not anti marriage but I have two kids and I wasn't married to either of their dads and it was not important to any of us at it one of those things and I have many gay friend? I've actually officiated a couple of same sex weddings because I give good wedding But I've asked why is it so important is this like why does the dog liquids balls is because we can and so. You WanNa do that. You like that. Analogy down to serious going downhill very early on. It's because gay. Dads lick their balls and so just to try to make it all come full circle because they can right no. It's a very good question. And it's a personal one. It really just depends. It felt like if if you if you look at marriage as the creation of family which you may or may not down. But you okay. We'd you know getting together with Don when we did. We always sort of talked about and I was younger than dawn but one of the things he always said to me which I really stayed with me. He was not a guy who when we met was interested in marriage. He was like the notion of having to commit to somebody for the rest of your life now in front of a lot of people just to hold you. Accountable feel so wrong. Which now in hindsight it makes a lot of sense right. He was saying that he was like. I think you're committed to somebody you you sort of in a way. Commit to being with them today and then you treat tomorrow as a new today and every day you sort of make that decision maybe not consciously every single day. Good Morning I'm committed to today. You don't have to say that but almost every day you wake up relationships needed to start your day with the commitment but in a way you know building a relationship you don't think about what forever means it's huge and it's not something that was of course none of us know what's the next day is going to bring so the notion there's no better testament to wanting to stay with someone then to wake up every day. Just decide that day that you're still together right for that day and then you look back and you realize that you've accrued twelve years of today's and that's so much more romantic than stating twelve years ago. That in twelve years told a bunch of people in front of a lot of people in a legal document. I'm committed to it then. I don't have a choice. That is less romantic. That said were together for ten eleven years before. Having kids was even something that we decided to do. Okay and when we did you know. In addition to sort of becoming a family of two we were becoming a family of three and then grew a family of four and it felt at that point that for us to and again. It's a decision to Appear Integrate Assimilate in a way that felt little bit of normalcy right or our kids. Say who have two days and there's no mon-. There's already a lot to explain to the world that the more we resembled the conventional family and the more we explain to them later in life that you know when we had the opportunity to marry legally we wanted to form a legal family that included US being legally married couple and so it really was about that it wasn't it wasn't sore fairy tale and romantic. Because here's the thing I have to ask myself why I got married almost every day. Well may maybe as morning artist problem is that I'm I'm now you know having to remind myself way married so I I better be able to sell it good to my daughter at the time that I do. But no don doesn't wear a ring because he doesn't like wearing jewelry and I always feel like just weird anyway like it's good for the kids to look across the table. They're not going to see as touching each other or hugging each other or kissing each other looking lovingly into each other's eyes. That's over twenty eight years it's all. It's all shorthanded. Exactly it's like oh not now making lunch. You know what I mean. It's that kind of thing. So if they're not going to see that at least like this gold band on your finger is a symbol. That's what I think. They don't need to see it rang in order to is like the soap gets caught in the ring. And it's all very practical things just about practicality and I think that even are getting married in a way was about taking an opportunity that would make the formation of our family something that felt practical and make our kids lives easier when they had to listen to their friends. Talk about their married pants. No I definitely I I know my kids. You know have because their parents were never married. That's always been something that they've had to explain not a big deal but just like that's something that they've had to explain Do Your have your kids ever gotten towns to me based on the schools and where we all live probably not but if they ever gotten a hard time about the fact that they have two DADS. I can only remember recently. There is a kid at the I think it was. The beginning of this year was the first time that some kid who was a bit of a bully and has a lot of problems as it is was sort of looking for things to bug kids. Now which is really what. Billy's are all about trying to find a button and they push it right and I think that there was a moment.

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"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"That seen. It gets me every time. I actually like tear up. It's refreshing to know that even after doing thousands of divorces, you're still a softy. When it comes to love, this is true. You'd think I'd be more jaded, but part of the reason I do. What I do is for the realizations and reflections I get working with clients, and how that allows me to have new impressions regarding love and all of its forms relationships make the best content I mean from the movie marriage story to this podcast or insights blog on, it's over. Easy relationships make good story. I guess that's why the Bachelor. Still around, though it didn't make esquire's list of the best shows of two thousand twenty. A little bit curious about esquire's list of the best shows a twenty twenty, because some of them don't really seem to me to have that much to do with relationships, but in event I mean shits. Creek awesome jazz totally does and how those family are amazing, and how their circumstances change how they all relate to each other. Yeah, and then that show on Netflix. The circle I mean that takes dating relationships in a whole new direction. My Kids Binge Watch that on spring break I. Do not understand the good place. Hunters on Amazon, which I've heard is amazing and the outsider on HBO which I Binge Watch. I don't know how much that has to do with. With relationships, though, but anyway it was awesome. Esquire says those shows are the best on TV so far, but stay tuned because today we're going to give you a sneak. Peek of you'll be loving. Next and tell us all about it. Let me introduce you to our guests. He is the Emmy Award winning after you've seen on the big screen and the small screen, he's also a writer producer and bestselling author whose book about parenting is one of the funniest memoirs of all time he's a data has been a client of our great friend of the show manager Mark Armstrong welcome to all's fair. Dan Bucatini Sqi Janis big fan of the shoutout if you haven't. Out Tomorrow Mark Armstrong all right so Dan. This show as you know about relationships and human nature, and all that and I was thinking about it this morning. We have not had johnny a dad. Dad Parents know where the first. Honored so? Give join us. Is this your first episode ever? If I'm the I basically now now. Here's the first of this. Kim Kardashian has A. Sexual husband. It Dan. You are the first. Okay, thank you. Yeah, Premiere episode, so Okay Dan, tell us a little bit about you. I would not have known this based on the name your Argentinian well Jewish. Yes, okay, Yeah Leo and medium Julio and Myriam Shallow. Thank you exactly those are the the most, Jewish name she actually. My Mom's name was Maria. At the time, the their families immigrated to Argentina wages. Their parents from Eastern Europe, which is how that happened not so popular to be Jewish not so popular show, and it's a Catholic country, and so everybody had to have A. Latino Berge name okay so all the Jews of Argentina for the most part we. All have the funniest. It's so funny because it's like. Timing Yeah Gooky. COOLIO book attend ski. Pablo Bucatini scaling first names Latin names we now and Schanberg right. You know so. There's you know the Argentinian Jews because they sound like Bedroo- and Pablo and Julio and Ramon and their last. As there big Arjun Jewish Argentinian community, there is I mean I will say that at the time in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties when eastern Europe was shit show. Me More than Mo, the country is now more than the world is right. There was only open at immigration in new. York City, and in Uruguay and Argentina so a lot a lot of eastern European Jews wound up in South America at that time, then ironically right after World War Two. A lot of the Nazis escaped at Your Tina so talk about like. Pot you wind up in. Tina with all of these hiding Nazis as well as the the Jews who escaped not to. Nazis hiding in the United States to the TV show were just talking about her is. That it's amazing, and we're growing some of our own, which is exciting. Hey. You went to Vassar again in two thousand eight. You married. Don Your husband. Right? I met Don in one thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety two, so we've been together for. A very long time right? I like to say I was ten when we. Look good, okay, yes, but we. I was in my twenties and we met Twenty eight years ago. Say during you had that little four-month window when we allowed same sex. Yes, time in California and you rushed to. The we did also don was always very anti marriage fat, always always always, but then we had kids. We adopted kids not as a married couple, and then it became legal to be married as a gay couple, and it felt really wrong that in the window where we could have gotten married to the narrative to tell our kids that yeah, we had the chance to get married. We just for us. So. Did you suspect that it was not gonNa Pass No. I didn't Johnny has has been got married during that same same window. Yeah, I mean it was a period of time where you ran to. You took the opportunity while you still could, and we did. We got married on in our house. It wasn't a wedding. Really. It was just and our kids babysitter and Tom Arnold. I know Tom Southmead..

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"emmy award" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The general had a show at I guess Cheryl at because of the Emmy Award winning investigative journalist and the person who of course host the send clear Sunday morning national TV program full measure just looking ahead here a bit all granted it's it's Tuesday night but any thoughts on what might be coming up on this coming Sunday yes we we're gonna look at some of the story behind the California wildfires there's a lot of back story that talks about the blackout the big power company there is putting for the throne amid all their other problems there and whether the power companies actually sort of turned a blind eye and wasted money looks plain with the power company have to do with the fires the story that might like even better considering this program I also have a couple of interviews why talk about the state of the flock I first interviewed congressman Bob two years ago he's someone who's fighting the swamp and I'm now checking back in within two years later to see if he felt any en route had been made under president trump I would do I want to including a report here from a Terry Moore on the fact that the house will vote to this coming day to formally send the articles of impeachment of the senators Terry during a capital breathing new York's Hakim Jeffrey said president trump deserve to be impeached by the house last month in America no one is above the law not even the president of the United States of America trump was impeached for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the investigation of the Ukraine scandal Jeffries called on the Senate to conduct a fair impeachment trial a fair trial involves witnesses and documents what is the president hiding from the American people Senate Republican leaders have made no commitments about witnesses and documents Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell call the impeachment case half baked but unfortunately no matter how irresponsible this is been have across the capital impeachment is not a political game and the United States Senate will not like one the colonel argue the Democrats have been aiming to impeach trump since they took control of the house I Terry Moore on Capitol Hill box on impeachment and where we are sharyl Attkisson let's get real I mean or any minds change regardless of what happens I think not at this point and it seems to me that president trump is more popular than ever particularly among his supporters and remains unpopular among his detractors I'm just not sure you know people really paying much attention I would I would suspect you are correct and we were beginning to see that trend even during the impeachment hearings before the house intelligence and judiciary committees to your knowledge are any have any of the people who have been involved in of what happened to you this illegal spy have any of them ever received any kind of discipline at work that is to say an admonishment a letter in their file indicated that this was was bad on your part yes there is one of the people were suing is a former secret service agent who were told what part of the team that was there the legal or illegal for bailing me and others he's in prison for other government corruption right now involving cyber practices and the dark Landon work that he was stealing from the government all right now did not do a sound a negative note but if you should fight this battle and there you get into the courts this time and you fight it out and regardless of the outcome it winds up before the Supreme Court if you lose then what and if the decision as and I I don't think that's a terribly unlikely outcome is entirely possible that with someone admitting he did it and what forensic proof that in the end someone says the case doesn't move forward to trial or get thrown out for technical reasons and then it's over but at least I'm trying to stay positive in terms of what I've been able to bring to light and bring information to members of Congress and the public and maybe something will come of it maybe they'll be at least a little harder for them to do it next time it's not an impossible have you become cynical yeah I think I I feel bad when you said you've noticed or the change in tone but when it comes to this case and how the courts operate it's hard not to be yeah it really is yeah of them fluidly if the I don't know how you do it in retrospect looking back on your life you're certainly carved out of field you've been immensely successful in that field had you to do it all again would you have chosen this path absolutely I mean despite the incident that happened in the battle I've been just an emperor lucky and energized by the career I've had and what I'm what I'm doing today is more on a more fulfilling than anything I've ever done without the full measure program in the writing that I do now I'm just led a charmed life I feel like very very happy very good please stay on the line will speak off there sharyl Attkisson in the award winning 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"emmy award" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Emmy award winning host and executive producer of watch what happens live, Andy Cohen and his dog. Wocka team up to encourage dog owners to join Purina's hashtag dog thanking movement. Now, Andy Cohen is an EMMY award winning host, producer and author best known as the host and executive producer of watch what happens live Bravo's late night. Interactive talk show series is the only live show in late night and features everyone from big names in pop culture, including Oprah Winfrey. Share lady Gaga Meryl Streep, Jennifer. Lopez will Ferrell N Jimmy Fallon. He also serves as executive producer of the real housewives franchise and hosting that works highly rated reunion specials in his ten years as executive at Bravo, he's responsible for shows like project runway. One of my favorite top chef queer eye, the millionaire, matchmaker workout, Kathy Griffin, my life on the d list, the A-List. Awards and many others. I wanna welcome to the program right now. None other than himself EMMY award winner. Mr. Andy Cohen. Hey Andy, how you doing? Welcome to talk and pets. It's great to have you on the show with this. I want to ask you actually tells a little bit about the national dog show. How year involved and I know it's presented by Purina, but tell us a little bit about the show. Well, it airs at noon on thanksgiving on NBC coast to coast, their dogs one hundred seventy five breeze and one best in show winner presented by piranha and Corinne is actually doing something cool. You know, I love my dog walk of fame, and I post on social media about him a lot, but Karina doing something called dog thanking wear pose from today through the Sunday after thanksgiving and dog thanking and tags Rita and say why your pet is the best. They will give a dollar for every post a greater good.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Are we live with an EMMY award winner right now. Are we oh God miracle baby is here because his assistant decided to call in sick this morning. Are you I'm so exhausted? And I was I'm so glad that we're doing this because I have so many questions. Hi, miracle baby Spencer for I know, this is your podcast that I have to get right to it. Go go because we came on lady gang. You gave us a purple crystal on a string. And I have kept it in my closet, and I have had the worst year of my life. So my question is what the is purple crystal story didn't make swear in front American baby. And like what is it do? And should I be moving it to a different place if my house? Oh, yeah. Well, it should be around your neck. That's why you broke your leg. You weren't wearing your product crystal that would have never have. And when I saw that cast as like, she must have a crystalline a closet drawer or something you need extra protection because you're around some evil entities on those red carpets. And they're there. Up in your oral. And they're throwing that, you know. I see some you have to interview and hug, and I'm like, ooh, your ORs. Just connected. You've gotta go take a nice, energetic shower. Can I say Heidi Heidi? Hey, how are you? I'm so good. Hey, congratulations on the show. I wanted to know everything about the show returning 'cause I was like a major fan back in the day. Is it different to like jump back into the fame game? When you've already been through it once like does it feel different? Yeah. I definitely feels different. I feel like, you know, the landscape a little bit more. You know, the tricks. You know, what's going on behind the scenes, I'm not as gullible. It's not like. Oh, yeah. Go here and everything's good. It's like unindo what's behind that. What's going on here? So it's a lot more methodical. And you just kind of understand everything better. I feel like that's life in general, and when you move forward, but yeah, it's definitely different than with Gunnar, it heightens everything. So it has to be like something really amazing for me to venture out. And go do or something that's good for him or a right on the time schedule. So there's a lot more factors to being famous as like a mom as well. All my God. It's fighting. Oh, you know, what I'm pretty sure our guests. Emmy award winning.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And I do that. It would Michael j. whenever he says he's going to talk about race, half tell them like, oh, man was he has the time. He's going to say something stupid, but this time he actually uncorked a bit that was really telling and really funny and really kind of reverent. And I wish his work on that area was more consistent on Saturday Night Live, but half the time it feels like he comes up with stuff that exacerbates stereotypes rather than poking fun at them. But you know, these guys are young and you know they're building their chops. You know, we're, we're seeing them kind of grow up before our eyes, and it just felt like this Emmys was something that they just weren't ready for and they kind of ceded too much of it to other performers. That is a very generous interpretation. I'm going to try to adopt because it's nicer than mine. Here's here's what the reparation EMMY other. Here's what worked concept was solid. Execution was spot on everything. Details of that thing worked. Unlike the opening number concept is smart concept is solid. The execution, you just don't have good singers and the sound mixes often. So like this and this wasn't strong. So it just kind of collapses on itself should explain your job. If you didn't see it. It was a song about Hollywood having solved its diversity problem. It was actually called, we solved it and they were extolling the presence of Sandra, oh, and a couple of other specific people in and then saying, oh, we solved the whole thing and it involved ultimately, Kate McKinnon and Keenan Thompson, but also Kristen bell, and sterling k. Brown and Titus Burgess and ambush Sandberg briefly goodwill on that a lot of goodwill, but, but yeah, I agree. The execution was the problem. They seem somebody mentioned to manage Witter. They seemed like they had just learned it. That I have. What Keenan started saying he was off time with band? Yes, he was like a measure and a half off or something. It was driving me. Crazy starts off and then Titus Burgess and Kristen bell come out to real singers and you're like, oh, this is what could be, and then it just sort of keeps going. I did appreciate the opportunity to hear sterling k. Brown saying, because I have heard sterling ground saying before, but many people have. I was happy to hear that that go by usually when we have Emmys hosts Oscar hosts, whatever the deal we make is even if you're not great. We don't see that much of you over the course of the evening. That is the deal we make and they broke the deal. Coming out and saying every time we're back with that, that's the energy that's the charisma that they brought to their. Let's go. Let's go back to my Rudolph Arvidsson for the nights. They look like hot digits and now anti comedy. When let me crack one more joke about how the white people who win. Don't think Jesus. Let me ask track one more chill. The funny. And the funny thing about that. You know, Michael chose doing a whole thing about who thanks Jesus and who doesn't. To me, it was much funnier the the people who received awards. A couple of them kind of threw in a little some version of thanks to Jesus. Chrissy Teigen was there of course, with John legend, her husband who played Jesus in Jesus Christ superstar. She took the opportunity to throw in a little thanks Jesus. It was intended for Jean King and they both kind of acknowledged that they were playing and thank God. She said, I'd like to thank her. Yeah, it was. It was funnier when. Uncle is stepping up. Yeah, I was funnier other people doing it. I thought that it was when Michael was making the joke in the first place. But anyway, yeah, we will have to hope for a better hosting or or different hosting your little nuggets of gold. Repulse drag race funding. He's one for hosting forever. This is the first win for repulse drag race, not the best year for that show, but certainly a long overdue EMMY award. That's often how goes your lucky. They pride that thing away from the amazing race. I know right and a win it for the rest of all of our lives. Then also we should mention last week tonight. Saturday Night Live. So the big, I'm just naming naming cutters boy, and you do a public marriage proposal..

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"emmy award" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"emmy award" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"Welcome to the sob radio show where we have fun interesting guests and hot topics each week we offer insights into music fashion health fitness and humor do you have the perfect guest for us to interview i want to know drop me a line on our facebook page at spunky oh broad one or reach out to me on our website at spunky oh broad dot com and now back to the show my guess is we'll have brigham and as you know she's a two time emmy award winning host of the television show street smart kids and she's been telling us about her home life about her growing up life about her kids and so forth and i would like to ask you what are some suggestions you have for a better mature life that a good one i would say number one is the help somebody else because when you helping somebody else you really helping yourself and it makes me feel good to help somebody else because it's amazing what you know and don't realize is important to someone else because you take it for granted and when you see a need and can address it just do it and be done you don't have to advertise going about your business they're taking you down to trying to think you and you thing i'm just doing that because it made me feel good you don't know how good that made me feel number to take care of yourself take care of your body take care of him your energy take care of your creative man do something you haven't done stretch they cost when you grow the more you grow the more you know and it's those little things that encourage you to share with somebody else once again is back to that sharing part but do it for you when you feed your man used spirit you have energy to share with somebody else and number three you need to do something wild and ridiculous i go to the lake and i take bubbles and i blow bubbles at the lake and it's amazing the lab.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Post for different articles in the times he has said do i kind of enjoy looking through them yeah our our readers are really smart they often bring up really interesting points um i enjoy i enjoy the discussion surrounding these things one thing that came up in my research that i didn't know about that i wanted to ask you about was the emmy award nomination that you got four news and documentary new approaches for the magazine's issued the displaced yes congratulations sank you i don't know that into designers that have been nominated for an emmy award it's definitely a team effort so at led to be part of the team let's extraordinary and i also believe that you one magazine of the year from the society of publication designers it so congratulations do really really extraordinary things with this really important magazine thank you debbie gill thank you so much for all the incredible work you are doing more important than ever before and thank you for joining the today and design plans thanks so much dubbing dizzy gal vickers handiwork just check out the new york times magazine section in the sunday mirror times every week this is the eleventh year i've been touring design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we can make a difference for we can do both i'm debbie norman and i look forward to talking with you again soon design matters debbie moment is recorded at the masters and branded studio at the school of visual arts of new york city it is produced by kurdish fox productions with technical assistance by mark todd look the shows published exclusively bydesign observered a cop you can subscribe to this free podcast in the eye to in store.

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