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Diane Foy Shares Her Roadmap for Actors and Musicians

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Diane Foy Shares Her Roadmap for Actors and Musicians

"All these years of experience behind her. Diane has created a roadmap for musicians and actors to attract fans media and industry in order to book more gigs and make money with our skills and our talents. And what. I really love about it. Is that diane has also been on this road and is very open about the struggles. She's had herself as well as the areas that still pose a challenge for her to this day. Well hello diane. Thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's great to have you here. Thanks for having me. So you are a coach. A pr guru helping us actors. Do we probably don't do very well. Why is it that some performers are so bad at marketing and branding ourselves that we need people like you us. I think as creatives you just wanna especially actors us do the work and want to focus on my craft and that's great but if you want to actually make a living at this you need to promote yourself and sorry is just the way it is now like You need to put yourself out there. You need to become a personal brand. You need to be active on social media and even casting directors are saying now if like two people or you know equally right for the role though one with the social media followings gag so you just have to put yourself out there and i just look at it as huge opportunities. That are missed because with everything online. Now there's so much opportunity to connect with people that you couldn't before and so you wanna get on a casting directors radar do a little google stock and you know and find ways of serving them and just making connections with them. So there's ways of going about that. That isn't pushy sales

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"foy" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"foy" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"But the women of emerged did and they gave us the tools that we needed to hit the ground running to be able to effectively fundraise to do call time and know what that is to know what type of heel height we need to wear the colored. It made sense. I mean the raw honest conversations that needed to be had because there is very room little room for error. Less just be is so until women are of the rule. No longer the exception you know emerged. Tell you we're gonna given to less and less often and so being armed with that information you know. No i'm going to war. I can tell you it helped me prepare to be in this position so even though i'm running you know in this primary i can tell you that. We've raised almost four million dollars. We have just received the endorsements from congresswoman loren underwood katie porter and many others in fifteen union endorsements more than anyone else in this race because everyone knows we need a working mom representing working families in virginia someone who understands struggles averaging of families face and who's willing to put four smart solutions in order to address them in the real way because politicians of the past. They talk about being big and bold. But they had their chance and under the administration's Poverty grew the racial wealth. Gap grew the lack of education equitable funding. Our schools grew. I mean all of these things and some Some problems got bigger and people salaries got smaller so if we want something different than we have to fight for it and we have to vote it into office and so that's what this election is really about And so we've had a lot to vote against. In the last several years in virginia and now verging looking for something to go four and that is a woman who has a great record of fighting for working families giving a voice to the voiceless dedicated. Her life of public service and who will stand shoulder to shoulder with the people and not special interests. Yes i think actually. You're you're starting to answer the question. I was gonna ask next Which is how do you get people enthusiast in twenty twenty one so everyone is just exhausted from everything right. Now we've had this year of covid. The two thousand twenty election was so big and so exhausting. So for both of you You know what what do you do. Now what are you seeing on the ground. Are people still excited enthusiastic. You know what what does that. Look like in twenty twenty one. We absolutely see the enthusiasm when i look at it. Twenty twenty last year results in the immerse network really told me three things. The first is that emerging women were daffodil helping. Lift up the top of the tickets. They were running phenomenal races in a help desk secure so meeting victories. The second piece is democratic women in particular are believed to be the host trump. He may not be in office but we see there are people who carry his same level of craziness in once. You have that i am most cast. Now that's say crazy this and they really want to institute at state level in our best defense is democratic witted in people saw that because it really just wasn't lap around digital women women a colorado to bt lgbtq women married women that were the voters that celebrities victories. They of the best candidates on the out. So i see that azam. I see that through seattle. Jcs raise. i go on twitter like o. J. c. f. has thousands of re tweets about these as she said people are eager to because they know that the work still remains like those four years. Were hard me. Do not be that they are those trump people at the state level. So if anything. I see that people are continuing to be engaged. Because they don't want to go back in eight. Oh that the best way to go back is what paddock witted but especially when america junkie. Yeah i've been so worried for years now about what post twenty twenty with look like and so. I love hearing about the the enthusiasm. That people are really doing that. What are you seeing in your race. Jennifer are you know as you're talking to people are talking to. Voters are are paying attention. Are they thinking about this race. What does that look like the honest with you tally. That indian very beginning activate the beginning of this year. You know voters were exhausted. Donors work musset. People spend way more money than anticipated in two thousand twenty racists and let's be honest because people lives on the line And so i totally get it but now there's been a shift now. We have an adult in the white house ahead so people are feeling a lot safer and calmer and you know those midnight tweets. Aren't you know completely disrupting our society and community as we know it and so people are coming up for air. And they're excited. They're excited because virginia will be that referendum will be that a litmus test on the last election in where we're going and what people are talking about what they want do and so right now. The intimate that i'm hearing is that virginia's ready for a new leader with a clear vision in bold ideas to move forward and with this racial reckoning that's happening with the the economic pandemic in working families in our central workers frontline workers hurting more now than ever in people realizing how people are making seven dollars and twenty five cents they have. We have no paid family. Leave no pates sick days for the majority of virginians here. Virginia and It's a problem and so they're ready for bowl. Transformational change to address that at the end of the day. Let's just beyond his. You know like ma always says if you want something done right. Have a woman do you know. They are looking for women leadership in positions of power. But let me be clear. We have never had a black one lead this country and we have never had a black woman leads any state in this nation so if we are talking about being the diverse you know group in celebrating our Inclusiveness you know. It's not enough to just thank black women four delivering the white house saving democracy which you also have to support us when we're ready to elite and that's what this moment is really about. It's about showing up in a real way to break one of these last glass links that we have and one of the first women ever graduate from virginia military institute. Being the first public defender ever elected to the virginia general assembly. You know. I am used to breaking down these first because it has to be someone who's willing to breakdown varies in blazed trails when none exist but i can only do that if i have the movement of the people with me and so that's why so important in the relationships i built emerge and having you know women uplifting women in a real way i could tell you. Help us the best position to to be here. So yes there's a groundswell happening there's momentum that's building. People are ready because we are just nine short days before early. Voting begins in virginia so call to action for our listeners. How can they help you. Yes you can help me by going to jennifer carroll foy dot com jennifer carroll roy dot com and signing up to donate your time..

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"foy" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"foy" Discussed on Hysteria

"An and i did it backwards from most women that i got elected and then got married and had kids and so living the experiences of being a working mom while being a policymaker changed my perspective but also You know i'm captive audience. I i literally when i became the first woman in the house of delegates to be pregnant while in office. I was a captive audience for my doctor to talk to me about how abortion laws impact her patients. Then i could tell those stories on the house floor. I've as we're debating reopening businesses. You know i can be the voice day. What about childcare. Because that's the issue. I'm i'm struggling with As we're debating win to open schools. i've got two kids. You know sitting at the kitchen table in public school. I am living the experiences while. I'm i'm making policy on them and i can't. It can't help but change your perspective and make policy better so we like to end on a light note here. So what's your favorite thing about your state. Virginia and in your opinion what is one of virginia's hidden gems. Oh my favorite saying about virginia. I think now that in the past two years we've been the first southern state to do so many amazing things whether it's proactively protect Reproductive health to pass our own vitamin voting rights act to have one hundred percent clean energy economy. We are really leading the way and because virginia has been on the right side of history is the birthplace of american democracy on the wrong side of history is the birthplace of the american slave trail and massive resistance. That we are now leading in a good way again. I'm very proud of A hidden gem are. Our natural. Resources are just gorgeous. I mean we've got everything from beaches to mountains to great state parks. I think Just getting at natural bridge. Just getting out in the beauty of nature in virginia Is exciting in and everybody should come comes natural bridge. We have what is natural bridge. Told me about it. So natural bridge is a giant. I think it's limestone bridge built just through Through erosion over time that that was discovered by thomas jefferson So it's it's a gigantic arch. That has a highway now. Going over it and go. Yeah it's it's it's beautiful and and weird all at the same time that's awesome. I virginia sounds over. Julia is beautiful. I've been there before it was years ago and can't wait to go back when plane travel is possible once more comeback when i'm inaugurated love that thank you john mclaughlin for joining us and best of luck. Were really excited. That you're running for governor. Thank you great. Seeing you guys stay set. Great seeing you to you too. That was gen- mcclellan if you want to support or learn more about john mclellan's campaign for governor of virginia. You can visit her campaign website.

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"foy" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"foy" Discussed on Hysteria

"And welcome to hysteria. I'm aaron ryan and i'm semester monica. So let's say you. And i've had some kind of dark times during this pandemic of sometimes of pessimism sometimes of guarded optimism. But this week we got some really good news and that was that president. Joe biden announced that. We're going to have enough vaccine doses for the entire. Us population by the end of may. So my question for you is on a scale of one to ten. How optimistic are you feeling about. Covid this week six and a half seven. Okay explain and a half seven one. Because i'm very excited about that news. Of course though also need to know that they'll have enough doses. They won't be in people's arms by then we are having a slight uptick and dads and daily kovic cases have plateaued at what was the spike level last summer so i really need people. Hello governor abbot of texas. You motherfucker to like really. I'm worried that people are going to let up that. The variants are going to keep mutating. The vaccine won't work. So i just really. I'm so excited about the news. But i just need everyone to keep their masks on and like pull titan. That's my like so excited about the news. But then i feel like fucking debbie downer when people are talking about it and i'm like wa wa but don't forget we think we need people like for texas to go completely open and no mask mandate is like what are you doing. Houston is literally the only city with all the variants. Oh that's why. That's why i can't be higher than a six and a half or seven.

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"foy" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"foy" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Pay the bills but certainly, you can find something that actually drives you. Bet. That ten turnaround and make money for you or maybe not looking to make money maybe just looking to have something out there on the side that you enjoy doing. I encourage you to get out there and do that. It makes a huge difference in your life in. Generaux. Nice. I can even add to that. That was perfectly said so so Dave share with everyone if they wanted to find out more about Dave in his goodness day Foy Everyone F. o. y. a fixed ops mastermind any other places in Take it away. Yet a fixed ops mastermind dot com is the website for the mastermind the on linked in I it's David Foy and on late then I don't know exactly how how that comes out I think it's at the end. But if you search David foy fixed ops mastermind, you will find me. And also have the the the podcast which right now is also by the same name fixed ops mastermind, dot com that is going to be changing. To back how success soon. So depending on when this gets released it via searching for it, it might be under backhaus success as opposed to fix Massimo. All right I'm going to be sure to get all those links. into the show notes when this comes out, you know from the time that you and I are talking, it'll probably about. Three or four weeks, but we'll definitely get a all those in the show notes for you including that again alrighty sir. I definitely appreciate your time David. Thank you so much. Tracy. Thank you having me. It was a great conversation. I really enjoy absolutely definitely appreciate it. All right. There we go. Lazy Gentleman David Foy dropping fixed ops, mastermind bombs on us today. With thoughts that you come away with here's some of the thoughts came away with. Thought Number One. Here, we have yet another story of a person starting in one place and ending up some were entirely different David started off as an automotive technician, but he found by his own admission that he wasn't a great technician but once he moved over to the service desk, it started to click and he even started to win awards for his level of service from Ford Wow right again, I wanNA remind everyone listening to find the part of Your Life Your Business that makes your heart sing focus on that start winning your own awards of joy in revenue that come from following your passion. Thought Number Two David took on that moniker of the fixed ops mastermind that was given to him. It was given to him by someone else, but he took it and ran with I mean he went out there and he started a paid membership mastermind of like mine folks, and in his case, it was a group of folks that worked in the same field and when they got together, they got together to discuss the issues that were they were facing in their businesses and he created this mastermind really to fill that void of those up and coming folks that were going to become a managers but. That weren't getting the same level of training and mentorship that he had gotten as he came up. and. What he did in doing this is he created this win win across the board. So. The question I'll have for you is what kind of mastermind should you be a part of or could you create for your clients and your customers that would be a huge benefit for them right bringing bringing them that next level of value that they would be oh, so willing to pay for. Thought number three. Now, while David ran the mastermind group, he realized he did not have all the answers so much like this podcast, he brought on different people from different areas to speak on their expertise, and that way everyone could learn from these experts at increase their knowledge base and skill sets along the way including himself. So the question becomes here how good you leverage your skills and your expertise of those that you do know, and even some of those folks that you don't know to enhance your product and your service to those in your audience. Thought number four, just put it out there. David was encouraged to start the mastermind by his mentor right and he mentioned having a start date that was literally a few months out and his mentor. He vies him to just put it out there and that's what he did and he was glad he did because how it currently looks today looks nothing like he originally envisioned it. So how many of us? Yeah you hear that how many of us? How many of you are putting off? Know putting off, starting or restarting, kick-starting your entrepreneurial journey because you want to get it. All right. You get all perfect you get already to go. Well, let's follow is vice an just put it out there that your prospects and your customers give you that valuable input that you need guidance along the path that the market needs to travel. All you'll have to do at that point is deer and step on the gas as the universe literally lays out the road in front you. Thought Number Five. Be a people pleaser net. What is the number one way to get from where you are to where you want to be I think zig ziglar instead as well, and I'm going to spin a different version of that. You can get there by helping enough others get from where they are to where they wanna be seen no matter what your businesses and I think this applies in life and relationships too. But no matter what your business is in the end your product is not an I, say again, your product is not about you to budget your customer. So be a people server. All Right Ladies Gentlemen, my dark horse friends and family what ideas in in thoughts inspired you from today's episode or any of the previous episodes whatever they are right or whatever they were take some time today and put them in the action. Get out there run your race, get your results and let me hear about them seriously email me at tracy at dark horse schooling dot com, share the tips, the ideas that you came away with how you put him in action and what results you gained from them. All right now tomorrow's episode. You're humble host Yup. That's me I'm going to be chatting about the six CS of entrepreneurship. You didn't think it was going to be some sort of geography lesson did you plus I'm going to be telling you about some big changes that are happening in the following week. Lou that's be exciting things on the horizon now, I know you wanNA, keep getting all these valuable tips and Inspirational stories from his bike as so please go on down there hit that subscribed. But while you're there drops a five star rating and writes a quick review and of course, don't keep all this entrepreneurial G. O. L. D. all to yourself share the podcast with other entrepreneurs and business owners. You know we'll get value from it with that I'm GonNa, leave you as I always do think successfully and take action. Thank you for listening to the Dark Horse Entrepreneur podcast. Thanks for tuning in and check us out at www dot darkhorse schooling, dot com. My name is Tracey Bregman..

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Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

06:01 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

"Begins. On a dog and stormy night on a remote mountainside, legally no Japan beer is sixteen fifty. We are currently a couple of hundred yards from the back. The eager Inoke Castle for brilliant flashing light illuminates the countryside and they're and Dr. Greg two dimensional black time and space. The ramp slowly lows. Dr. Paul Figures strives to the bottom of this is evil mastermind Dr Steve Cold. Cool. Calculate surveys the surrounding terrain with an Eagle smirk turns and yells back up the ramp fidget I've going to need by Galoshes I don't WanNa get my piggies went. We here because I have just come up with the most brilliant plan ever Oh wait to get rid of duct Lloyd once and for all. Video what is the scariest thing you can think of? David Hasselhoff singing how dare you insult my favorite singer fidget? No I'm talking about subsidies. They are terrifying even just thinking about them gives me the willies. When now tell me this? who were the greatest fighters that history has ever seen? Hulk Hogan and Andre the giant. Lease be serious for a minute Ninjas. That's what I'm talking about fidget and that's why we're here in Japan. This territory was home to the Ninja I work hurriedly standing in the middle of an actual Ninja graveyard. What Get off my head calm down we've got work to. Go, get my combination reanimation and brain control device from the cargo. Tonight, we're going to defeat Dr. Lloyd with our very own army, of Ninja zombies. As relieved Dr Steven fidget to press with their sinister plans let's hope that our hero Dr Floyd his young protege Dr Grant and the faithful robot companion chips can provide us with a little sunshine in this darkest of dark episodes are you ready to go trick or treating chips? You? Like those big ears in the plastic teeth I'm just not sure where you're carrying around a big wooden club. Patrol. But what are you carrying around that laptop computer in your other hand? Oh that's fantastic. Very nice chips make people work to figure out what you are. Okay. Are you ready to grand almost Dr Foy give me one second here. Go we're never going to go trick or treating all the good candy will be gone. By the front door of, the lab. Timothy. You guys ready Yes for crying out. Loud Dr, grant chips and I are ready to see her Halloween costume we. There she already know what you're just come out and show US I just wanted to be perfect when you see it. Okay I come. To the. Waco Waco where am I shakes alive to grade you can't just pop out a chilling wearing 'cause humidity idiots looking what donation you're supposed to be anyway imagine scientist forgotten lab experiment no I finishing creature from the depths of the ocean come to walk the land looking for helpless victims. No, I'm ogre stocking the village for fair maidens spirit away back to your cave. No. Well, then what named Peter Jackson? Are you supposed to be you Dr Floyd? I have the lab coat the bow tie the small head everything. Oh. Well. Going Fine Lookin' costume there. Dr Grant. We go trick or treating no, let's go. What's wrong chips? Okamoto no chips. There's no reason to be afraid of Halloween. It's good fun. Daughter Stephen have made a time trump. Figures where did they jump to go Japan in? Sixteen. I guess puts the cable on the trick or treating. Let's go to the ship. Dash off to their time and space ship and mere moments. Later, they are standing in a seemingly empty feed behind the council on the same dark and stormy night or began this episode. Chips do skin and see if you can find Dr Steve. There is a sudden brilliant flashing lights followed by a deafening of Sun. There before our heroes stand Dr Steve and frigid both sporting bright yellow galoshes to keep their piggy strike. No need to search foamy floyd. I'm right here. What are you doing here Steve What are your plotting to steel nothing? Always plotting your demise Dr Lloyd and I'm happy to say that I've done it this time get whatever you and featured posed no threat to us. Perhaps we don't, but it's not us. You should be worried about. What should concern you is one hundred percent authentic army of. ZOMBIES. Another flash of lightning reveals that our heroes are now surrounded by an army of Ninjas Zombie. Active your main activities. Those deeds chewing command, the whole reanimated reprobates starts chuckling their way toward Dr floored. Dr Grant and chips is this the end to Dr Lloyd's? To Stop Dr, Steve Dr Steve's perilous plan b the frightful finale of our heroes, and just how does the bone chilling band of Ninjas zombies few being unceremoniously uprooted from their gruesome graves have to so many years the ground. Find out next time on the creepy adventures of Dr Floor.

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"foy" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"foy" Discussed on Who? Weekly

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"foy" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"foy" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"It makes me it just makes me want to die. Here's another fragile handle with Care Charlie wears blue wrap dress and cloud print facemask with chunky sneakers as she looks giant box to her car, the Daily Mail is obsessed with the fact that Charlie acce- X carried a box incredible, and then Charlie was obsessed Charlie, was obsessed with the fact that Daily Mail obsessed with it and Charlie was posting it on Oliver socials like she was in the box. What's in the box? Yes? Oh. This is my favorite one. This is the finale this. Listen to this headline and try and figure out what's going on. Okay, keillor actress, so cookson picks up instant barbecues claims she's expecting her first child with Clare. Boys ex Stephen Campbell Moore. An, instant barbecue! Okay, that's. So, wait keillor actress. That's the point of why. Ivan Okay instant barbecue is like I think she bought like a grail or something like that. Oh we're way through the headline. Read it again. Keillor actress cooks picks up instant barbecues amid claims. She's expecting her first child clarifies. Ex Stephen Campbell, Moore so what's happening here is that there is a show called healer probably. Sure yes, and she's in it and she is dating Clare Foyt's. ex-boyfriend! And Guy is, she's probably pregnant. She's probably confirmed to be pregnant, but we're not confirmed. Has Not confirmed with the father says. Okay and the people are saying well. It's probably this guy who used today. Clarify, which is like the moment you are one like. Being, being being currently connected to Claire Foy barely makes you important and the moment you are one degree removed. You've just lost everything like nothing. You don't retain importance the moment you are disconnected from Claire Foy, there's no residual important, so I don't know why they're trying to act like just because someone happened today, clervoy at one time means that they are in any way relevant, because they are not no offense, declare for even though I think that sort of offensive so Stephen Campbell Moore have one. I have one correction. They were married and they have a kid so. Clare for we're. Still does not help it doesn't i. don't care about this person. Know if they're their divorce. I do not care. No. I'm sorry, clarify. Clervoy does not. There's no prestige to clarify. I know that that would lead to convince me that. is like something important, but there is like absolutely well bobbies going after Clare. I, don't even I don't even really care. She's just one of those people that I'm just don't Clare is what you're saying about clarify not not to use not a reference, mean girls but Claire Foy is the the the British actor Rivlin of fetch like it's just the get her out of here. You're saying it's not going to happen going to happen or not. Even saying that it's not going I'm. I'm not even going to happen. No, no, I'm not even saying that it's not going to happen. Because fetch could happen. What I'm saying is I. Wish people would stop trying to make it happen. When they put her in the girl with the whatever the girl that went to the spider, and like, said hello, and then got mad at the spider like that movie never went anywhere. We already girlfriend. Tattoo that's you're talking about, but she was like the third girl with the Dragon, Tattoo and then she did something to the spider that wasn't even cannon like you can't be the girl with the Dragon Tattoo and do something to spider, and it's not even cannon that doesn't count supposedly. Clare for is dating. What does face doctor who which is like a big deal? Because that's like to British people that Americans don't care about British, people love and Americans who watch the BBC love you know. If. You've seen one thing on the BBC Clare for. outgrew guy. What's his name? Wait? What's his name Matt his? Name's Matt Pearce No. That's myth. Thank you, it's like he is pretty famous that reporter. So Matt Smith the former doctor and Clare Force oppose. Therefore supposedly dating, and they were a play together in in London and the play was supposed to premiere Bam and then coronavirus happened, so it never got to happen I think it's called. Lungs was supposed to be iconic because like you could sense. They're real connection because they're good. I'm familiar with the way. The stage with chemistry on stage works in the and the stories. We tell ourselves to like convince us to see plays. Oh No, but there's real passion there actually dating in real life you should actually like. You should see that you should see that play with Rose Byrne and body Kinda valley because they are. Play really just because two people are hot and Horny in real life doesn't mean I need to see them on stage. That play proves that that Angle Bay is non-acceptable. I know but. I love and maybe. was maybe going to buy tickets to see Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in that like play that they were doing together like meal, Simon. It's like yeah. I was like we're. Considering that moment, but then those would be so expensive. Well, that's a relationship. That's a relationship that I'm interested by because no one's trying to convince me that that relationship is anything close to hot and heavy, but it's an interesting relationship. You know like I'd rather I'd like to see SERTA's Parker and. Dynamic than I am to people who are allegedly horny for each other because I don't necessarily believe that Matthew Broderick. Barker are like Super Horny for each other anymore, but I feel like they have a very unique and believable. Relationship and bond. Are you kidding? I bet they like. Can you imagine their conversations? They're like about books and movies. Plot. Show narrative in our friend, our very very best, friend Meghan markle and did it I just pulled the name. They're not I. Don't know if they're friends with her, but like pull. It's like talking about. which such must be such, an elegant relationship, elegant and annoy culture elegant annoying. I was thinking about I've. got. Who Was it was probably carry? O'Donnell was posting those like the best photos of all time. The ones where Sarah Jessica Parker is at the hockey game and reading a book. The stands staring down at Chad Hayes. Yes. Those are great photos and like chewing gum, disdainfully okay Claire Foy who gives a Buck I. Sometimes you know you mentioned someone and I realized that I have passionate feelings about the person. I don't know why I mean they might go away. They might linger. Who knows, but I think it's funny because people who would be like bobby. How dare you said about clarify? It's always somebody who watches the crown. My Mom and dad loved clarify because they liked the crown. That's what I'm saying. If you watched the crown, you're like Claire, foy. A we stand, we might we have to stand. But if you don't watch the crown, you're like who is this woman like? Why do I care about who are ex is and who he knocked up? Let's. Let's just play of Drew Scott. 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"foy" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"foy" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

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"foy" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"foy" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

"Jennifer welcome to the PODCAST. How are you I? AM good good <hes>. Thank you for having me. Here of course I'm so excited for everyone to hear from my plus one from the she. The people list and learn why I just had to choose you. First question is winded your love of politics begin. Believe my level of politics began when I saw that. Being in a position of power away to make real change, and so I was just you know, gripe all the time about being in traffic traveling, you know two hours to go twenty miles and <hes>. Why are schools segregated employees funded? And you know trying to help my foster children, and there's so many a deficits in the system. And why weren't anyone speaking about? These issues got frustrated with those things that I wanted to be a part of the solution <hes> to solve a lot of these problems and I figured out with early that politics. Politics is a way to do it. That's the way that you are invited to the table and <hes>. Your brother's decisions are being made, but we're definitely GONNA dive into all the amazing work that you have done, but you are a laser in so many ways. You became one of the first black woman to graduate from the historically. All Mel Virginia Military Institute, which just Kudos to you I did Air Force Junior ROTC in high school. That was enough for me, but what made you apply? And what were you thinking when you got accepted? So I applied to Virginia. Military Institute because I was watching the Virginia Military Institute. Supreme Court decision on TV. Them is one of the top military colleges in this country, and they spent millions of dollars to keep women out of doors. And when I was in that high school classroom I remember hearing men in the class. They think like women don't belong where fear your. We can't run as fast as hard and we're not as smart. And <hes> I remember hearing justice. GINSBURG say <hes> basically that women can do all things if given the opportunity and I agree. And Tokyo's men that I'm just smart and just as capable and powerful as any man in that class, and I mentioned. So is that that time that my best friend? He was going to go to west point, and he walked up to me, and he said I'm going to go with you when you go to them. I because I want to be there to watch you when you fail. Even dough right? We were friends. Don't forget them still female and therefore interior. So I looked at him, and said challenge accepted. And, so he went to BMI, so did I and other meal in our class. And when they got their head shaped ball, so did I and they gave me a management for 'cause. The might have changed any of his standards for women. And actor years of marching wedding and bleeding beside over a thousand male cadet. Out of the other two men who with me to be a month, I'm the only one who of us walk across that. Virginia military stage, and so that's what I would lie and that's why I'm happy that I graduated succeeded. Oh my goodness, so we know that was not the first time he had to deal with men. Telling you that you couldn't do something. It wasn't your turn. You also experienced this. When you ran for office when he ran for Virginia. Delegate, you were not the quote. Unquote preferred candidates by Iran. Anyway you did our emerge boot camp. You are my emerge sister and you also ran your campaign while pregnant with twins. So tell everyone just the whole story about when made you WANNA run running for office while pregnant and just the entire experience of knowing that you were the best candidate to represent your district. Yeah, absolutely, so I decided to run in two thousand seventeen, because you know I was just tired of the partisan politics and the divisive rhetoric that was happening, and I always thought. How could we lack someone so bigoted and racist and xenophobic and homophobic to the leader of the free world and I knew then that we needed a response to talk. We needed a response design of politics that were happening in Richmond where they were trying to pass. A transactional ultra sank town bill and they put politically. Politically motivated and medically unnecessary restrictions on women's reproductive health care, or they weren't fully funding education in a way that makes sense, and so I decided to do something about it, and being one of the first public defenders ever like Virginia. General, assembly <hes> when I was practicing as a public defender I just saw so many of the inequities in our system, and how we have a two tier criminal justice here, Virginia one for the wealthy, and by themselves out of prison in one for everyone else. And, so I knew I could continue to be you know a community organizer in foster mom, and do all these things to help the community and fight against that laws, or I could become a delegate impact. Good one. So those are the things that really put the fire and leave me in order to <hes> for office while pregnant was not just one with two baby. And you know run against what was pretty much. Thought is as the establishment candidate who had all the endorsements? He outraced me four to one, and it didn't matter because I knew that I was the better candidate, and even though I could. I would be outraged. I knew that I would never outworked.

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Jennifer Carroll Foy: Lets run and win!

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Jennifer Carroll Foy: Lets run and win!

"Jennifer welcome to the PODCAST. How are you I? AM good good Thank you for having me. Here of course I'm so excited for everyone to hear from my plus one from the she. The people list and learn why I just had to choose you. First question is winded your love of politics begin. Believe my level of politics began when I saw that. Being in a position of power away to make real change, and so I was just you know, gripe all the time about being in traffic traveling, you know two hours to go twenty miles and Why are schools segregated employees funded? And you know trying to help my foster children, and there's so many a deficits in the system. And why weren't anyone speaking about? These issues got frustrated with those things that I wanted to be a part of the solution to solve a lot of these problems and I figured out with early that politics. Politics is a way to do it. That's the way that you are invited to the table and Your brother's decisions are being made, but we're definitely GONNA dive into all the amazing work that you have done, but you are a laser in so many ways. You became one of the first black woman to graduate from the historically. All Mel Virginia Military Institute, which just Kudos to you I did Air Force Junior ROTC in high school. That was enough for me, but what made you apply? And what were you thinking when you got accepted? So I applied to Virginia. Military Institute because I was watching the Virginia Military Institute. Supreme Court decision on TV. Them is one of the top military colleges in this country, and they spent millions of dollars to keep women out of doors. And when I was in that high school classroom I remember hearing men in the class. They think like women don't belong where fear your. We can't run as fast as hard and we're not as smart. And I remember hearing justice. GINSBURG say basically that women can do all things if given the opportunity and I agree. And Tokyo's men that I'm just smart and just as capable and powerful as any man in that class, and I mentioned. So is that that time that my best friend? He was going to go to west point, and he walked up to me, and he said I'm going to go with you when you go to them. I because I want to be there to watch you when you fail. Even dough right? We were friends. Don't forget them still female and therefore interior. So I looked at him, and said challenge accepted. And, so he went to BMI, so did I and other meal in our class. And when they got their head shaped ball, so did I and they gave me a management for 'cause. The might have changed any of his standards for women. And actor years of marching wedding and bleeding beside over a thousand male cadet. Out of the other two men who with me to be a month, I'm the only one who of us walk across that. Virginia military stage, and so that's what I would lie and that's why I'm happy that I graduated succeeded. Oh my goodness, so we know that was not the first time he had to deal with men. Telling you that you couldn't do something. It wasn't your turn. You also experienced this. When you ran for office when he ran for Virginia. Delegate, you were not the quote. Unquote preferred candidates by Iran. Anyway you did our emerge boot camp. You are my emerge sister and you also ran your campaign while pregnant with twins. So tell everyone just the whole story about when made you WANNA run running for office while pregnant and just the entire experience of knowing that you were the best candidate to represent your district. Yeah, absolutely, so I decided to run in two thousand seventeen, because you know I was just tired of the partisan politics and the divisive rhetoric that was happening, and I always thought. How could we lack someone so bigoted and racist and xenophobic and homophobic to the leader of the free world and I knew then that we needed a response to talk. We needed a response design of politics that were happening in Richmond where they were trying to pass. A transactional ultra sank town bill and they put politically. Politically motivated and medically unnecessary restrictions on women's reproductive health care, or they weren't fully funding education in a way that makes sense, and so I decided to do something about it, and being one of the first public defenders ever like Virginia. General, assembly when I was practicing as a public defender I just saw so many of the inequities in our system, and how we have a two tier criminal justice here, Virginia one for the wealthy, and by themselves out of prison in one for everyone else. And, so I knew I could continue to be you know a community organizer in foster mom, and do all these things to help the community and fight against that laws, or I could become a delegate impact. Good one. So those are the things that really put the fire and leave me in order to for office while pregnant was not just one with two baby. And you know run against what was pretty much. Thought is as the establishment candidate who had all the endorsements? He outraced me four to one, and it didn't matter because I knew that I was the better candidate, and even though I could. I would be outraged. I knew that I would never outworked.

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The tech behind MTA's fight against coronavirus

The 3:59

08:18 min | 1 year ago

The tech behind MTA's fight against coronavirus

"Cases of covid nineteen are turning down. The threat of the coronavirus continues to loom over the city. I'm Rod Chang and this is your daily charge. With me as chairman and CEO of the MTA PAT Foy at thanks for joining me x-ray Ranch, Nasr meals, but more than a week since the city reopened phase one. What has ridership been like? Ridership has actually been a pleasant surprise. We knew we would get an increase comparing yesterday Monday of the fifteenth two two weeks ago before we increased service and the governor listed. Announced a phase, one ridership on subways and buses has gone up a total of three hundred eighty thousand customers. That's about two hundred, seven, thousand on subways, one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand, more or less on buses, three hundred eighty thousand people per day is the size of a pretty. medium-sized, transits. So we're we're pleased by that. We expect ridership to continue to grow obviously the summer months, and this is going to be unusual summer for new. York City and and the suburbs. And what ridership will do this summer is is unknown, but we expect continue to build and especially after after Labor Day assuming that you know New York City are phase. Two of the governors are newer Polish. So you mentioned those numbers. Nearly nine hundred thousand daily riders. That is you know off the highs of the pre coronavirus air where we're talking about millions rights so. Curious. There are still a lot of people out there concerned that they might get infected that there might be a second wave. For folks out there. Who still hesitant like what do you tell people to reassure them that? The Newark Transit System is safe to travel in. Here's what I on a couple of things one is i. tell him that I got on the seven eleven I. Think it was out of Port Washington this morning. There was plenty plenty of seats the car smelled and little clean and every customer as far as I can tell and every employee winning the at a bass, the same was true when I go to Penn Station and got on the two or three, and then connected with the one at chambers. Appear to me, every customer was wearing a mask mass for really important. The Governor is made wearing masks on public transit a state law. Employees and customers required to wear backs. We did a physical study about ten days ago, which indicated that subway riders ninety two percent ask appliance. We're updating that study this week. In the latest data, point is ninety five percent that's incredibly or the latest research from around the world, including a report a couple of days ago from Cambridge in ranch universities in the UK. Indicates. That masks are really important. The subways mass transit does not appear to have two vectors and creating the and Derek. In any part of the world. We believe that's true also in New, York nursing homes. Obviously meat packing plants and people's homes have been significant tributaries. Obviously, the public health doctors empty epidemiologist will figure that out to your point about mass, and how important they are curious how you are encouraging riders to continue where I, just I ask because I've gone out of the last couple of weekends, at noticed of among my soaks here in Long Island where I live fewer and fewer people are wearing masks granted. They're not riding. The subway were riding a train, but how do you? Encourage. There's no way to enforce it. But how do you encourage writers to continue to wear masks and to be more vigilant when it comes to social distancing question? Plan, so we've been distributing mask in the subway. Stations are starting last the last Monday June eighth when phase one started. We're continuing that we've got a robust messaging and communications campaign on subway cars on subway platforms on the website will be doing was starting a digital campaign on that, so the the mass message has been robustly communicated. We're GONNA continue to do that. We've got employees. Employees Platform controllers wear finders way finders were also suggesting to customers who don't have a mask. Go upstairs and get one. You need to be wearing it again on transit law Allah railroad and the subways by anecdotal experience, everybody's wearing them and the minded five percent data point on subway mask. Compliance I think is really important in addition to that since the pandemic started right the. The first case was reported in New York March. First or second, we started disinfecting our subway stations subway cars buses metro north railroad that continues talk in a second about a couple of innovations that we're really excited about, but every station is being disinfected, not cleaned disinfected twice a day. Subway cars multiple times a day. Bosses won't Allen Railroad. metro-north cars saint same thing we are. are running a pilot right now on New York City Transit, subway, cars and buses, involving ultraviolet C light We did pilot prior to that with Dr David, Brenner at the earning, medical, center Columbia, University and Dr Bernard confirmed for the first time that ultraviolet C. Wider Radic fates, the coded the COVID nineteen virus. That's really important finding We are working with antimicrobials on and. Applaud Anti microbials. All of our subway cars, two and a half three times at this point. For verification from independent labs and the regulators, but it appears to be the case that there's a great deal of promise with respect to the ability of the Anti. Eradicate the COVID, seen virus and to do that for day weeks, and perhaps months and the UV light in particular. I really wanted because I find that fascinating. In terms of what you've found. It seems like there's some progress there. How how a widely is that being deployed because you sent that sort of a trial? Is that something that's being deployed into every car right now is limited tested to running. It's a pilot. We ran a demonstration of two or three weeks ago and the company that we're working with them. There are many vendors out there you and your viewers, undoubtedly no, then all tra- violet light is an established technology that's used in hospital settings, emergency rooms, operating rooms for for decades right, so the a virus and bacteria radicalization qualities of ultraviolet C light it well not we're running a pilot with the three stanchions. Temporary stanchions put an age subway car. There are two devices per stanchion. I'd say the size of a hardcover book. The operator has to confirm that there's nobody on the on the train neither employee or a customer. The ultraviolet light is is activated. Anne will disinfect disinfect car We're doing the same pilot on on buses, and we are really encouraged by the progress and really encouraged by Dr Printers finding. Up to and to your point about. Distance. There is a at that you guys introduced today. The capacity tracker APP for the L. A. Double are clearly selfish reasons. I'm interested because I'm a daily eligible are writer. Tell me a little about that how it works. It's a really cool innovation brought by fillings, the president along our era will fisher. WHO's is? A innovation officer and just the Long Island Railroad Sports. It uses sensors on the ninety percent of course seek. That is electric. And it will help customers it so long island railroad train by by the way. Apple store or glue for a free, you can download it and. I go to the APP couple times a day and now going more, but he gives customers data that if you're getting on the four fifty

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Washington DC - Virginia state Sen. Jennifer McClellan jumps into pivotal governor's race

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC - Virginia state Sen. Jennifer McClellan jumps into pivotal governor's race

"For Virginia governor next year gets more crowded state senator Jennifer McClellan throws her hat in the ring for the democratic nomination if elected next year McLellan become the country's first African American woman to lead the states and the second African American in Virginia history so pharmacologists fine with delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy for the nomination governor Ralph Northam is term limited and cannot run for reelection

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Black Trans Lives Matter

Nancy

06:39 min | 1 year ago

Black Trans Lives Matter

"Have you gone to? Protests? Recently if you have. What have you seen I have not gone this year for a couple of reasons covid. I personally am very uncomfortable. Going out in the midst of the crisis. I don't WanNa. Be Quite honestly black and sick and Trans in a hospital with Kobe. I? Just don't want to put myself in that position. That's not wise. It's not a wise thing to do given the hostility of our medical system to transpeople given the hostility of our medical system to black people. It's just not a good trick. And for that same reason, being black and trends, and by chance woman. I don't want to have an experience with the cars for will state. That is to say that I don't want to have. Anything to do with. The the cars roll system because of its harsh, disproportionate and unfair and dehumanizing treatment of Trans People. I think thirdly you know there's a real question that I've been wrestling with that I wrote about recently. in a much larger sense of whether or not Black Trans Women in particular should show up. In this moment, shouting black lives matter when in so many ways we understand that within the black community. Our lives are treated as if they don't matter. And as if they're undisposable. And there are so many ways in which the grief and the frustration and the sheer rage that people feel. which people feeling now around the death of George Foy which are totally fair know. I felt last year when there was a string of murders of Black Trans Women, last June and into July in particular, they started in May. and it was a really dark painful time, and I remember going to protest at that time for those women who died and were murdered and wondering where everybody else was. And, so I kind of feel that everybody else gets shop in this moment, right that there really valid reasons why, as a by transforming I am not out on the street and is very valid. There's so many other people that are showing up in this moment which I wholeheartedly support. Yeah, when and part of what you wrote about in that piece that you're referencing is This video that emerged of the Trans woman named IANNA DR being attacked convenience store by a group of black men I guess the first question is were? Where were you when you first saw the video? And what was your reaction was at home. I was at home and I. Think i. read the description of what happened. And then I saw maybe five or seven I didn't see very much of it because. It's really hard to watch what I saw shocks me, and then I learned a little bit more on just through some things on my feet that it was in Minneapolis. And that really struck me. Write that on the first day of pride. Month was the day that she was beaten. Minneapolis Saint Paul. Where those very same people are out in the streets, have been out in the streets or are supportive of people on the streets, demanding black lives matter demanding that they be seen as human beings. could engage in amassed humanization of someone else. Who is back at the time without a second thought was. Deeply, enraging to me. Deeply, fattening and terribly shocking. And when I decided that I wanted to write something about it. I went online and I actually found the entire. There's an entire twenty minute clip of the entire. Affair as it were, and there was a carnival like fear before they decided to beat her up, they actually had cornered her essentially in the convenience store, and like literally a carnival atmosphere, both inside the convenience store in the parking lot after they were done taunting her for twenty minutes and like. There was something about it and that moment where she was not treated as a human being. And that really got to me. You wrote in your piece that. Recounting xactly, what happened to Yana in the video is important. And allow discussion about how much should describe violent incidents like these where it can be triggering for people. So. I guess my question is. Why do you think it's important to really talk about what happened in detail? I think the part of the video that often gets displayed is the last part of. The beating rights of the beating actually starts in the back of the store, and then they can move in a semi circle to the front, and that front part where she's bent over and people are are on her is what's been getting played online, but the entire thing that leads up to that I think underscores the depravity of the entire event, and that depravity is really important to understand because it underscores the way in which. Black Trans. People are seen. and. We collectively as people right as humans have to reckon with that depravity. We have to see it. We have to acknowledge it, and we had to ask really hard questions of ourselves about how and why and we can't prioritize the death of black men, and at the same time ignore an even encourage the death of black. Trans Women and somehow believe that we're going to build a just society for everyone yeah. I. Mean You know we're? We're in this sort of extraordinary moment. Where more people than ever are open to the conversation about police brutality against black people and also just general inequality that exists for black people in this country What do you think the barriers are to making sure that violence against Trans Women of Color is included in that conversation. Yeah, I think the barrier is people saying human beings rather than freaks or objects of entertainment or

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"foy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"foy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Claire Foy just advise he did it because I might have forgotten in them with a dried up and died you that could happen I hate to think anything that's one John and can there's something wrong with the week days two to six KFI KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk do you you know G. news I that I you're going to go over the this is from somewhere out there this is coast to coast AM with George Noory next hour we'll take phone calls with.

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Looking for hand sanitizer? Good luck finding it

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Looking for hand sanitizer? Good luck finding it

"Market research shows a big jump in the sale of hand sanitizers wipes and liquid soap with all their use buses and subway trains are breeding grounds for germs in New York MTA boss Patrick Foy says cleaning crews already trains cars and buses will be cleaned daily with the MTA's full fleet being disinfected every seventy two hours turnstiles elevators and escalators will be cleaned daily this is a substantial investment of time and resources and a substantial increase in both the frequency and intensity of disinfecting the CDC recommendation is washing hands with warm or cold water and then lathering soap for twenty seconds as far as coughing and sneezing block with the elbow not your hands I'm at Donahue

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Amanda Litman, Executive Director of "Run For Something" discusses the importance of down ballot races

The Electorette Podcast

08:58 min | 1 year ago

Amanda Litman, Executive Director of "Run For Something" discusses the importance of down ballot races

"The Mandolin. Welcome to the PODCAST. I am so glad to be here. Thanks for having me so I read something really interesting last night I was reading through twitter. Of course only at night. That's what I do and there's a thread pincher twitter feed that caught my interest. You said something to the effect that you were talking talking to people and people have said to you about this year's upcoming election. They're just kind of focused. Their resources are energy and their time on trump and getting trump out of office. A what's what's wrong with that view view. Well I think it's It's it's wrong. I think it misses the bigger picture of what's at stake this year. Beating trump is important at. It's it's obviously a high priority it. We can't dismiss the importance of winning the White House both on a policy level and on a save American democracy level and it's not enough It can't be our priority as Democrats to the at the expense of everything else and what I've been hearing especially from donors this year not as much from volunteers which is great but especially from donors this year is that their money their efforts their energy is going towards things that stop trump. Yeah and that means that there are huge swaths of this ecosystem of this work being done that are under funded and under resourced and aren't going to be done in the way that they need to at a time when we have a chance to make huge progress especially on state and local government awry in. You know you're not the first person who runs an ORG that I've heard that from right that going into the general election. I think this happens a lot. You know every four years people start focusing especially early donors their their resources into the general election and that just kind of misses the point really important point so I just want to point something out about the power of down ballot races this so was it day before yesterday the Equal Rights Amendment was ratified in Virginia. And I think one of your alums run for something along. Jennifer carrol. foy Is a delegate in Virginia that she was a part of that process. Not just a part of it John was leading the charge on this and she is. I think she's incredible. We've been working with Jensen's she. I ran twenty seventeen I think people forget about her first election. You know it was twenty seventeen Virginia House of delegates. It was the first first big race after twenty. Sixteen she was running in a primary against a candidate who had run before and people wrote her off. They didn't think she could win. She was a black woman running in northern Virginia They didn't feel like it was possible for someone like her to take office. Not only did she win. She won her primary by fourteen votes like week or two after having given birth premature twins. Wow she is hard core. And you'll we were with her during that primary and then into the general when she flipped flip to see in the Virginia House of delegates. Red To blue She helped pass Medicaid expansion in Virginia in two thousand eighteen to ensure that more kids had healthcare just like her baby's I did and then when we met with her a little bit later after twenty eighteen. I guess she was like I want to take on the way and we said great. Let's do it so so. She did a bus tour across the state. She's been working really hard to ensure that there are the votes for it. She campaigned really hard to make sure that the Democrats are able to flip the Virginia House in Twenty nineteen gene and then she was the lead sponsor of the bill just earlier this week. Making Virginia the final state to actually finally ratified the equal rights amendment. It's so amazing. See not what is possible when you elect a Democrats that's amazing. I actually didn't know the depth of her story. That is amazing because I just did an episode on the IRA that was was a century in the making and the fact that run for something was behind a candidate who did all of that. I think that's amazing. In that in itself is a commercial for why we need to focus on these races. It's really remarkable. What happens when you elect the Democrats to offices where they can actually make a difference? You know one of the things. I find so fascinating as people. Tell me you know. My biggest goal is insert issue here. That's why I'm putting all my efforts towards winning the White House towards a House district like do you not see where the power comes from if basically every issue you care about the true levers of power happen in state and local government so whether its reproductive health or criminal L. Justice reform or voting rights or climate change or lgbt equality. Really any issue pretty much makes progress or gets defended at the state and local level. So another one of your alumni isn't a Tamie Sawyer in Memphis. I'm actually from Memphis. I grew up there so I interviewed her a few times. She's another powerhouse. I loved loved him. You saw her. She's in the city council. Right now ran for mayor another person who is going to make a big big changes in local politics in Memphis. Yes yeah. She's amazing we were so proud to be a part of her campaign and I know even though she lost that race. She's not done so I'm excited to see what she does next. Yeah so the thing is. Is that one party already. Does understand this. And that's the Republican Party. They understood this for over a decade that the power lies in these local races. They do focus on the Journal election. Obviously the White House in in governorships and stuff like that but they don't think that any rates is too small like from the school board to election. Birlik you've mentioned. Do you think that Democrats are finally catching up into between to that to that strategy. I getting closer. I think the deals you see is doing amazing work. I think the National Democratic Redistricting Committee is an incredible partner And I think it's not enough and I think it's not local enough even with all the work being done on state legislative races the best example. I've got here. Do you remember that New York Times article. I think it was maybe earlier or this week or last week. Time is a flat circle. That was talking about the textbooks in Texas. I California right right and was explaining. How like in California? It's sort of a broad ed more nuanced look at history versus Texas textbooks which are very dismissive of African American history in the United States and have Berries Pacific viewpoint around the second amendment. Things like that. The one thing. That article didn't get into that I think is worth pointing out is that that is an outcome. That is an intentional goal of the Republican Party. The the Republican Party invested millions winning the Texas State Board of Education which helped dictates that curriculum. In fact in some points in the process the Texas the State Board of EDUCATION GETS LAKE LINE ITEM veto power over these textbooks That's why Republicans controlled it. That's why Republicans spent money and invested did efforts to win it and what that does is teach Texas teenagers. If specific viewpoint of history breeding them to be more conservative voters It is both with a short term and long term impact of this work there. Republicans have understood. They have figured it to fuck out and important is because they see the longer picture and I hate to complement the Republican Looking Party. It's a bad party. Lease the elected officials in it are bad for the most part but their donors figured it out. They figured out early. They've been doing this for decades twenty thirty forty years So we have a lot to do to make up for that loss. Time am and there aren't too many groups who do the work locally the way that we do. I wish there were more so yeah no. You're absolutely right. You're as I was thinking the exact same thing that you just said that they are thinking about generations ahead. Children are reading these text books. They know exactly only whether it is intentional. Strategic it is long-term thinking it is understanding that the crazy person you elect to a city council today could be the crazy person a letter into a member of Congress tomorrow but that they've been crazy member of city council sort of gives them credentials. It's a breeding ground. So it's not just now policy policy. It's not just politics. It's the entire cultural impact in echo chamber that they have created to give themselves sustainable power and ultimately that's what run for something is all about is building being sustainable power for Democrats progressives because if we don't win these grass roots offices these local school boards water boards and community college boards. The rest of it falls house apart because it's not on a solid foundation. So let's talk about money where the money goes because this is another thing. They figured out that we have it. And I'm Kinda pissed about this one. So the coke brothers right. They've poured millions and millions into these down Belarus's right no racist too small for them. You know they'll put lots of money into a school board. If it means something but Democrats on the other hand you can and tell me. Maybe I'm wrong about this. Maybe this criticisms wrong. But you know we've got billionaires running in the primary running what appear to be vanity campaigns spending hundreds of millions of dollars Ads when if they were reinvest that in down ballot races. Maybe we get somewhere yeah. I've no disagreement here You know I hey. I have a very strong belief that if you are a billionaire or a KNOB billionaire it is your money to do with what you wish. If you think that's the best way to achieve your goals as running for president let go forth respectfully disagree. I don't think it's a good way to achieve your goal but I do think it's a symbol of how the Democratic Party has has sort of idolized allies. The presidency is the solution to our problems. You know that we have to billionaires running for president and not enough of them funding local offices like could you ask for a better metaphor it just. It drives me

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U.S. declares coronavirus health emergency, bars foreign nationals who visited China

"US is under a health emergency because of the coronavirus outbreak foreign nationals who pose risks of transmission temporarily barred from United States health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar the risk of infection for Americans remains low and with visa and our previous actions we are working to keep the risk level three US airlines are stopping flights to and from China I'm typical wire AP digital news back in a moment new year's resolutions are hard but starting twenty twenty with the best entertainment during the Xfinity new year new gig sales is easy that's simple easy awesome click call or visit us today restrictions apply not available in all areas he's the crown about the British royal family and earlier than expected and has revealed its next and last queen show creator and showrunner Peter Morgan had said he expected to create six seasons but now things five is the perfect time and place to stop Imelda Stockton's been tapped to be the last actress to play Queen Elizabeth she'll take the crown in the fifth season from Olivia Colman who in turn succeeded Claire Foy the Johnson Johnson medical company takes a big loss in a California court over injuries linked to with pelvic mesh products the Associated Press is Jackie Quinn reports it's been ordered to pay more than three hundred forty million dollars in damages the order comes from a San Diego judge in a case argued in twenty sixteen by then Attorney General Kamala Harris she leads the company deceptively marketed the pelvic mass devices by concealing the risk of known complications which have included pain disfigurement incontinence and sexual dysfunction the California attorney general's office says this is the first time that a court has ruled Johnson and Johnson engaged in false and deceptive business practices the company has reached settlements in other cases I'm Jackie Quinn after months of unresolved issues leading to around two thousand flight cancellations Germany's left homes and a union representing cabin crew have agreed to a wide ranging arbitration process live towns only you fo union have been struggling to come to terms on issues including pay for some twenty two thousand cabin crew members on the union's legal status as a first mover live towns will extend layover times in Japan and South Korea and give employees a one time special payment of fifteen hundred yours each with the next monthly salary on the other side UFO won't call in the for the strikes until the arbitration process is concluded thirty first the city rejects the call to subpoena more witnesses and White House documents and president trump's impeachment trial here's a piece my cross in motion is not agreed to the Republican majority prevailed as the U. S. Senate voted late Friday afternoon against calling witnesses to testify in the impeachment trial of president Donald Trump the tally was fifty one forty nine with Republican Susan Collins of Maine at mit Romney of Utah siding with Democrats shortly after the vote Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer was blunt in his assessment if the president is equated with no witnesses no documents the acquittal will have no value the timing of the Senate vote squarely linked with politics the first in the nation Iowa caucuses are Monday and the president gives his state of the union address Tuesday night Mike Crossey up Washington the Senate will be back in session Monday centers having time to argue for or against conviction of president trump Monday and Tuesday a final vote has been set for Wednesday US citizens flown back from China's Wuhan province will be quarantine in the southern California military base amid a national health emergency because of the could not the virus that has emerged in that province health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar says anyone coming from Wuhan will be quarantine others returning from China will be screened and asked to isolate themselves for two weeks these are actually fairly incremental measured steps on top of the stuff we've already progressively been taking the corona viruses killed more than two hundred fifty people in China infecting nearly twelve thousand mainly in China but also in a growing number of countries around the world that's the trouble said side that prompted the World Health Organization to declare the outbreak of global emergency three US airlines announce an end to flights to and from China starting on Sunday all flights to the U. S. from China will go to several seven major airports says AP news the trump administration curbing legal immigration from six more countries it says does did not meet security standards immigrants from Kurdistan Miramar Eritrea Nigeria Sudan Tanzania will face new restrictions in obtaining certain visas to come to the

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Netflix hit series 'The Crown' taps its new and last queen

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Netflix hit series 'The Crown' taps its new and last queen

"Netflix's hit drama series the crown about the British royal family and earlier than expected and has revealed its next and last queen show creator and showrunner Peter Morgan had said he expected to create six seasons but now things five is the perfect time and place to stop Imelda Stockton's been tapped to be the last actress to play Queen Elizabeth she'll take the crowd in the fifth season from Olivia Colman who in turn succeeded Claire Foy

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"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"It's done deal. What do you make of giving up? The crown so to speak. I ain't really for lack of giving up passed on. He met some beautiful thing about it. I think I mean what other TV shows ever happened where you're gonna watch a cat this set of characters and a family age with time and that you'll get to see them. You know, we know all the historical events, we know everything that happened. But that's why I think the show is so interesting is that you store inside it. And so you're going to see inside all you're going to move and live with his family over periods of time. There's no way I would be believable or it would make sense for me to be playing her up to fifty. It would just it would get to the point where it was you know, I wouldn't be able to move my face because I'd have seventy percent takes on. And you know, they they knew that they had this boss idea for the show and said when we signed up for it. We knew this just two years. I was it. And that wasn't like flu who for us. It was more. That's amazing. An amazing thing to be part of the show. And then and then we get to go off and do other things and. And I'm really excited about the the the progress of the show, and I think that the next generation of cost just. Extraordinary. And I think it'd be really interesting, you know, in in a years time, I think people's opinion will be very different. I think everyone will be kind of like. Who were the people, you know? Well, I'm sure she'll be great for your fans will be very disappointed. I'll report back that it's done. Doing it. That's it. Thank you. Thank you very much. My thanks to Claire Foy for sitting down and spending some time with me. You can catch your latest film the girl in the spider's web in theaters now and take you by the neck beginning and not let go until the end. It's that good and.

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"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"And it was like overnight all these people you'd looked up to suddenly accepted you as one of them, and you kind of wondered how. And when that had happened have you stopped yet to pinch yourself a little bit and say, wow, I am in the club. I do deserve to be in this room. No. Because I think if you do that when you give it a weight or a significant that I think could be quite damaging to me, if you know, I people I respect and people who I think, you know, incredible. What they do. Forever. Going to be I'm going to be so honored. I even get to be in a room with a more meet them or work with the morning thing that to me is just amazing. But I think you have to kind of be quite grounded in the sense that if you try if you think success is in some way but validate she will makes you belong than you in for kicking. Because it does it doesn't his so transient. It's so not what makes it person a good person. And so I think you have to kind of take on that rather than walking room. Go I have a wrong. I find that even long than it sort of you. You're just gonna you're gonna end up at some point someone's going to you're not allowed in you don't belong here. Right. Get out. Right. I don't think that's going to happen with you. But I take your point had there been moments of pressure anxiety where you feel like this is all moving very quickly. Yeah. I mean at the graves that year, I really had to you know, there's nothing quite like winning something like, you know, in that way. I find it very old the audit. You win it acting because nobody can win it acting something that you can win. But when you put in that position where people are saying you've one get up go and speak. That happens very rarely in anyone's life that you suddenly put in a position where people say well done, I suppose, and and there was definitely maybe. Whereas quite often, it's wet I need to stop all the noise and just go on my own and just kind of remember. Rules apply. Was here. We'll enough was happening because it because it was quite overwhelming. You actually do that he sort of stepped away need to regroup for a moment. This trains going. Well. And one of my publicist went and had a drink. On a sit down. And I kind of let listen this is going to be okay. And then we it was because it forever. We were all bit low. And and then you kind of Abel too. But. But isn't that never never becomes normal? It's always coming out. You know, they're going to these things and being those rooms as always going to be out of the ordinary, and and I I it's nice. I couldn't bring my family alone at seven points and go see Luke see now you understand. We understand. That's what they think of all this. What does your family say? I mean, I think that that's the thing. I want them to have be able to have a healthy understanding of what it means. I think and I think that my family really do. I think it's like anything, you know, what my I had that. My sister ever came on set. She came on set and. One of the first things I did little door. And she was I oh, you're in a car park in a caravan. And I did nothing will day that we never show anything. And we watched what happened in Vegas with covering. It just in my trailer twice. She was like I'm never coming. Again. This is so boring. And I was like say, please. Because because otherwise you come and on his glamorous is it would've been unreal. It's not real. It's not the reality of what answering means to do. And so, you know, I think they have a pretty good idea of what it involves your sister made it one day and show business, and she was danger facing criminal. We were talking before about all your fans back at MSNBC. Would I say it was coming to speak to you? And they'll have oh my. About this episode and that and what's going right one prevalent opinion was she should continue into season three of the crown can't they just age her up or something..

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"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Chart the most significant moments in the script for her where she had significant change the person that was no go back, which I think the her that bleeding her life was quite true and say for me it was about kind of. Seeing the changes seeing the moments where it was sort of important for her to flounder important for her to kind of. Have difficulty in not understand and be compete ni without any without any agency. If I were in life, I suppose because I think we all see her as this person, who's all powerful or something, and and the truth and more people, I hope learn from the stories that have power is very very limited. And that she's a figurehead more than thing. And and suddenly she was this country five year old woman who lost her father with two children who. Was being told to she had to be him, essentially. And she had no, no, you know. Way of doing that. I didn't think show you give her some humanity. I was thinking about ten year old girl being told him the Queen of England yet what kind of a life. I mean, it's a great life. Don't get me wrong. But I mean, the the expectations and the pressure that are laid upon you in the fourth or fifth grader and ordinary. Yeah. All shows through in the way, in the way player. Do you are you aware of whether or not the Queen or members of the Royal family have seen the show? And if so have you heard through the grapevine what they think of it. We're we're this members of the household of of watched it setting them as the family of watched it, and the beano I think they've said they have and you know, faith think it's nice. No, well, they can't see their true feelings publicly. No. But but senior members of the family, absolutely, no way. No way. That's not how I mean. I think you get back from the show as well. That's not the way they were to come out and good. So here's what we review, and we'll send me a card giving, you know, we watched it. We thought it was. Okay. I mean, that's not going to happen. So and I'm quite happy about that. You know, the distances. Good. Yeah. I've made. So I think you know. There's an absolutely no need for her to know who I more widely. It would be hard. If she you met her in event, she sort of confronted you about it, wouldn't it? She would have good way between Conroy. There's no way either she'd complete need black me. Definitely have a bit of a. Org. I've. To me. She pushes your hand shake, do you get requests on the street from fans curtsy all the things do they treat you like the Queen. No, I think not not normal everyday existence too. But I think people do not make the joke about with Russia cuts. You're just very funny old doesn't it gets? You love it every time. Maybe I should assault say, yes, you do have to that would be ways to get round to go for it. Yeah. This all happen relatively quickly for you. I mean, it's hard to believe what the crown only came out a couple of years ago. And I was reading where you said at the Golden Globes were you one you came into that room. And you went up on that stage..

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"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"So I it wasn't until I kind of left school and went to university and drama and film at university the ice started to realize I could do it as something that I wanted to do because amateur dramatics or anything that. And so I sort of went into it just purely selfishly doing that. I never ever thought I'd be doing it for a living ever in a million years. I've read directors. I've read co-stars you're saying the thing that jumps out about you as an actor is your expressive is I don't know if you've ever heard that. But you as a teenager, you said something very traumatic and difficult that to go through. What do you remember about that time? Oh god. Like any like anybody who whenever your health is called into question whenever you ill in any significant way, you will well to goes from and so just tilt of when you're eighteen you're supposed to be kind of especially you know, I finished school. And it was basically here I come into the world of we go is it didn't have experiences that I had to kind of operation. Take medication take a year out on an just rest and get better. And things that say how old were you at that point Mateen eighteen yeah. And so I think it just gives you an, you know. Any whenever you just realize what's important in life. You is very very quickly. You talked about your year off part of your gap year was here in New York. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And you sit at a youth hostel in Harlem what brought on that decision. Well, my friend was in Quebec, and she'd been working the same youthful store and say I'd saved up all his money. And I mean so much money thinking about it. Now, really? Well, I mean, it was like thousand pounds. I'd save up, nausea. I'm Betty, I know the law money because I just been working. And and so she goes like we paid like forty dollars for like eight days or something in this says amazing. But it was August. And it was boiling. But it was really amazing. I felt kind of at always always come to New York, and it it was quite important moment in my life where it was the first time after being so will and then getting on a plane on my own and suddenly being like I'm doing I'm actually doing something I'm doing something. And I haven't done anything such long tomorrow. So it was it was quite amazing man shouted at me as soon as like why cap for it was great. Remember, I swear words, and and also kind of. I was like, oh, it's New York. I mean, look, this is what is giggling issue being shouted that. Yeah. So what was the plan? Was it just to spend some time here with your friend? Or did you think I'm gonna come to American figure out my life? Pule I hadn't seen my friend didn't kind of a u haul but she'd been in Canada and. It was just a pure discovery video. I I never went on holidays to Kate. I never really traveled to to. And so for me, it was going to notion and going somewhere that I watched him films. So so long, and then suddenly being there and just realizing that it was relatively easy. Like, if you have the means if you work on getting money, you can go places good really we should have done the interview at the hostel up in. On the shower is when I was little bowl ofo. You could have visited your communal shower again wonderful. That you're talking about when you did pick up drama, and he did a lot of Shakespeare and BBC series, and you did MacBeth this is this all predates the crown when most of the world recognized your talents when you were doing stage were you thinking about being in television and movies or were you happy to be a prominent stage actor in England, and it wasn't really I mean I done, but I'd done a lot TV in the UK TV. And and then I sort of made a decision that I wanted to I I've done a play when I was first or for my career. And then, you know, the industry got quite set foot just as it was here for longtime. Erie the stage actor TV actual fill match. And that was it..

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"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Well, well, it's it's more about it's time to do something different for me as opposed to for anyone else on, you know, some if there was a way of predicting public opinion like that I think then lots of people would bottle it and try and do it. But you just can't Yukon try an appeal to people predict that taking a sudden drop will have an outcome because you know, that's the war. So heartbreaking about what I do is that you can put your heart and soul into something. And then people Washington go almost rubbish or you can go something do something in the beat. I on that was really difficult to make sure and then everybody is great. What? Never know you never know you may as well. Just do the things that you know. You have interested in that you love and you've got to turn off every day and kind of be there. I wanted to be there. And I think so you you may as well do the things that you find interesting. So you obviously love this character for someone who hasn't read the books or hasn't seen the previous movies, but loves you and wants to see the movie. How would you describe Elizabeth who is she exactly? She's ready to difficult to define she can't. You can't really I think so many people have tried to put in a box our entire life. And that's the beauty of the character is that she is slow too, isolated incredibly vulnerable has such strong will has like a rod of steel money trail body. She's so full of spirit and fight and energy and passion, but she's also incredibly held an incredibly terrified of her own. She's just. She's I just felt very by protecting by the whole time that I was shooting. I just thought that she really needs to be taken care of the comes through because there she's a bad acid use the word. But then they're also these moments where she's a little girl again, right, which is incredibly vulnerable, which I think is the appeal of the character, you talked about her as well as being independent, obviously, this is old story that predates me too movement in time's up and all those things, but you were shooting sort of at the peak of that, did you view it as serendipitous or gratifying in some way to have this kind of character who's taking on male predators at a time. Like this be elevated to the screen. It was less that it was it was it was more about the east. I saw the knee was aware that women who've experienced Elizabeth's has experienced in her life that there was suddenly conversations happening that Lisbeth had never been allowed to have that car toward never had that openness in that support. And that kind of perspect-, I suppose, and so it was less about kind of seeing someone who's fighting. For Herenton Justice and more about the idea that this was an exception arriving. There was there was there was a an openness that hadn't been ever been around for expose, which which, you know, which then I was it was more interesting, I suppose for me as an actor being on set and playing character like that. History of abuse is something that's so integral to her character and something which you have to be incredibly castle with and respectful, and then for me as an actor to be able to to stand up for that to be able to put my foot down and say that's not okay onto which I never thought I could do before..

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"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Until I realized I had to stop preparing for it. But it sounds like you did many of the stunts it is an incredibly physical role diving into the bathtub all the things that we saw was that a conscious decision that you said as part of this character to the extent I'm able to I want to do some stunts. Yeah. Imagine dive into the bathtub suddenly looks like me. Okay. I was going to be able to. Well, I mean, I would take it. But I just would be completely unrealistic because they had let exposure they're going to get one because they had to expose entire apartment and say vitamins will go for that. I would have left too late and gangs in Oregon too early and ruin how things can be given that was once finishing. You're right. It is an incredibly physical role. Yeah. It is. I mean that will the fight sequences of things I'd never done before. And which I had to train to do. They record graph from things that was really important. But it was it was just I knew they was going to be kind of subzero temperatures. And the I would have to be doing a lot of action. That wasn't rehearsed disposables running and kind of falling down hills and things at the I knew I just caught me plan to that. So I just had to kind of get myself forty fit, and there's the obvious physical transformation from people who was the Queen. They'll say is that clear for under there somewhere the haircut. The piercings was there. Physical transformation that you had to undergo in terms of training and all those things to pull up this character. I think as regards county is set to cost you make makeup and things of that. That was something that I knew on really any other contract, which is which is really really eastern live and die by that. In a sense. I think a lot of people have an opinion of how she shoots look, right and say that was a real focus to me was going back to the books and trying to imagine that she was kind of eight nine years on from that. And you have to give the character credit. They've changed a little bit. And that they and she's definitely matured in so many ways because of what she's been through. So I kind of had to go back to the books and of just go back to basics of that. And go back to the backbones of the facts of what was in the books the price received will everybody kind of expected us rose. And then there's the question of the accent. I think your dialect coach said we're going for late Swedish nights. How did you learn the Swedish accent would you want to focus in on? Well, that was another thing that I said when I wrote the dominion going to do it. If I could do what you Jackson, I think it was a bit. Like, do you have? They were okay with the British accent. I think that I think there was a question about how important it was I suppose and to me is not true. It was one of the most important things because the movie is say much about. Sweden and the identity that gives to Lisbeth Burs and it was listed. It was lights. Swedish. It was more that we had a really really European costs, and we had German. We had Swedish. Danish Dutch Norwegian, and so we had to kind of have a a general Nordic Scandinavian accent. So so it was it was a north just Weedon and also kind of turn to increase the as well. So this restaurant a general Nordic Scandinavian? Do you?.

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"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"foy" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"And now Claire Foy is taking on that icon ick role of Lisbeth, salon der-. She is if I may say the bad ass character. She's got the tattoos. She's got the piercings incredible fight scenes Jeevan had to learn a Swedish accent for the part completely different from any way you've ever seen her and she really owns it. She also in our conversation talks about her childhood growing up in the UK, a major health scare in her teens that really changed her life and how she looked at the world also as she was recovering a brief time. She took just to get away here in New York City tell you how that went just a great conversation with a really smart interesting person and a great actress named Claire Foy right now on the Sunday, sit down podcast. Thank you Claire for doing this. I appreciate it. I know you're at the end of a long run here sneaky for making time, I told you I watched the film yesterday. I had to like go for a walk afterward. It was so intense from the beginning to the end familiar. Well, I know you read some of the books with what this job would entail. When the character would ask of you. I think I knew how much it would entail to play tonight. I think just from having a wellness of the nobles before I read to them when they first came out. So I had that kind of knowledge avec, but then with this movie, it's all that context or that back story, but also the actual kind of intensity of shooting the physicality of doing and the kind of the stunts and action side of it that the I hadn't really force about..

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Claire Foy Says She Was Never Actually Given That Back Pay She Was Reportedly Promised for 'The Crown'

Anchor Entertainment Rundown

05:09 min | 3 years ago

Claire Foy Says She Was Never Actually Given That Back Pay She Was Reportedly Promised for 'The Crown'

"It's recess, and I did end up seeing mission, impossible fall out this weekend and I can confidently tell you that I did not understand a single thing that happened except that Henry Cavill grew a mustache to try to trick us into forgetting that he was superman, but I'll never forget and they'll never forgive speaking of hiding behind your facial hair. It's time for the news or as I like to call it your recess from the real news. Here we go. A new cooking show is coming to net flix called the curious creations of Cristine McConnell. It was inspired by the Instagram of McConnell who makes weird creepy pastries, and then post pictures of them. We are in the middle of a trend where apps turn into cooking shows nailed it was inspired by Pinterest. This new show was inspired by Instagram, and I think now it's time for a baking show inspired by Tinder where two opposing teams bake an extravagant cake and then take pictures of the cake on a hike. So people know that the cake is outdoorsy and adventurous and then take a picture of the cake with a dog so that the cake seems playful and nurturing, and then add a picture of the cake at a bar so that at some level you're warned that this cake is not looking for a serious relationship that cake is sending a pretty strong message with that bar picture. Don't let the dog picture fool you. It is a trap tenure barris, the creator of blackish and right. Her of girls trip is leaving ABC studios to accept a potential nine figure deal with net flicks. This is just the latest installment in net flicks poaching creator from another network. It just happened earlier this year with shonda rhimes on a separate note. I had to count what nine figures meant on my fingers. And then once I did, I had to Google how much money there is in the world because I was worried that Netflix had maybe used it all buying shows that haven't been written yet Claire Foy who played the Queen in the Netflix series. The Queen was promised backpay after the news broke that she was paid less than her male co star this despite the fact that she was playing the actual Queen from the title now clear for says she has not gotten paid yet, which is very good evidence for my theory that Netflix has used all of the money. This could cause wides. Spread chaos, but don't panic. Money is over. So let's just decide on a new currency right now, my vote is for gently used hair ties or half empty tubes of chat stick either way. I am a millionaire now, the Chilean adventures of Sabrina are coming this fall. It's the reboot of Sabrina. The teenage, witch starring Kieran Shipka who was so ice cold sassy as Sally and madman that I was almost like, whoa, Sally take it easy on your dad, Don Draper. Yes. He brings suffering to literally everyone around him, but you're mean, girl, I roll is going to make him wish he'd never conned his way out of that horror house and even better news. The series will drop on Netflix right before Halloween. Is it just me or do you also suddenly yearn for the holidays? Right smack dab in the middle of summer. Do you feel it too? What are you doing right now? Should we throw on some costumes rosta Turkey and watch? It's a wonderful life. Oh, yeah. And just. One more quick thing over the weekend, Nick Jonas, former Disney star and member of the Jonas brothers, a pop group that was basically Hanson except that they all had Brown hair and didn't want anyone having sex before marriage got engaged to good, Joe pra actress, former Miss World. One of the biggest celebrities in India and friend of Meghan Markle's who wore the sickest purple hat to her wedding. These two got engaged after dating for two months. So I just wanted to give you a heads up that the rapid celebrity engagement is here to stay and I couldn't be more thrilled getting to know each other is for normal people when it comes to my famous is I want couples and I want them immediately. Do you hear me celebrities? You'll get a fiancee, you get a fiance, and just when it seems like you should be going on your third date, boom, you get a fiancee, here's how I want my celebrity relationships to go. Oh, hey, I just met you and this is crazy, but here's my number. So let's get married. It's a perfectly legitimate plan. What it lacks enforce. I'd it makes up for in. Ooh, they did what take care guys. I'm Olympia heroin, and I will catch you next time until then recess adjourned. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor, got something you want to say to the creator of this show, send them a voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.

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"foy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"foy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And in the summer you've got hundreds and thousands of air conditioners all working at the same time like today and that's just a constant wishing sound yeah alarm that's a good one wants some chanting scary that foy things western coaches actually have a softball for noise making noise making sound being aggressive in terms of the sounds you're making is male it's good it's business at sports it's the army we're out there we're taking care of business and if we don't make noise then something's wrong and the people who are too don't talk or talk little except i can think and watch viewed with some suspicion they're untrustworthy possibly french can get that bad once the loudest noise you'd hair in your lifetime was a clap of thunder or the pale of a church bell now we live in a sea of sound streets full of traffic ask is full of planes our homes filled with a background buzz of tv's boilers fridges some experts believe there's nowhere left on earth that's completely free from the sounds of humans planets become a very noisy place.

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Netflix Paid 'The Crown' Star Claire Foy Less Than Her On-Screen Husband

Lori and Julia

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Netflix Paid 'The Crown' Star Claire Foy Less Than Her On-Screen Husband

"Brilliantly simple a mytalk dirt alert elizabeth girls thing is how are you doing all good in my hood not so good on the set of the crown here's an interesting little story that's making the rounds today claire foy paid less than matt smith in the crown this just this kind of blows me away so how did this even come out so it was a panel discussion about the series in one of the crowns producers her name is suzanne mackie she admitted that matt smith was paid a higher salary for his role as prince philip then claire foy was played for her role as queen elizabeth surprise anybody well they're saying the reasoning at the time was boiled down to prominence matt smith was an international figure on doctor who was relatively unknown to viewers outside the constraints of the uk or the other way to hollywood speak that with this guy has a penis and you my lady don't going to pay the man with the weiner more money is that all right with you okay sure it's not right with the rest of us i know we just learned last week elizabeth we're not gonna get equal pay parody till like twenty fifty nine i know i won't be working then no i know it's just it's just another like it's just so classic telling you the hollywood talking about their money everyone needs shared i'm gonna say this okay.

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