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Caller Faye and Mike Discuss Cancel Culture

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:30 min | 6 d ago

Caller Faye and Mike Discuss Cancel Culture

"Faye is in Atlanta. How are you? I'll sign my how are you? Good thanks. Appreciate the call. Well, Mike, I love you and I have to call the disagree with you on something. Okay. Okay. I really cringe every time you make the statement, what they do it, if they were black. And the facts are, Mike, you know, they would do it. I'm a black conservative. I worked 8 years for a very prominent Republican congressman from Georgia. And people are trying to cancel me. Look at Dave Chappelle. What he's saying, they cancel Larry elder, and is not because they were black, but because of our political beliefs, values, but say it's important for people though to frame it in a way that everyone can understand that being canceled for your views for your beliefs for your skin color for the way you part your hair to use the bank executives example when he called Mike lindell. All of that is wrong, Faye. That's wrong. Yeah, of course. Of course, it's all wrong, Mike, but your statement is, would they do it if he was black? Yes. Yeah, but they wouldn't do it because they wouldn't say as a black man, we're not comfortable with your skin color, so we need to cancel you. That wouldn't happen in 2022. Where they wouldn't say it because it's illegal. But they said it to Mike lindell, we think your views will hurt our reputation. Right. So that's what I'm saying, Mike. Well, we're just I don't know what you're disagreeing with me about. Because when you say what they do because he's black, what that sets up in people's mind is, they're discriminating against somebody white, but they won't discriminate against somebody because they are black. When you see, well, you don't disagree. You just don't like the way I'm phrasing it. I think Faye with all due respect, we're green because again, if a black American got canceled for being black, the outrage would be justifiably significant. When a conservative against canceled for being conservative, yeah, he had it coming. Oh, well, and that to me, I think it's very, very clear. I appreciate the call. I don't think we really disagree. And I'm sorry, I'm going to continue to say in the Mike lindell story, wait till it happens to you,

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"faye" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:17 min | Last month

"faye" Discussed on Broken Record

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"faye" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:16 min | Last month

"faye" Discussed on Broken Record

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My brother did, but I did not. You have some members of your band with you today. How long have you been playing with these guys? Pistol and I am a pedal super we've been playing together for 7 years now. That's kind of how I started. I feel like I was playing music and then I added him to the band and then from there on for the rest of the time, it's just like, who wants to play with me? Let's be in our band. How'd you guys meet? I knew I wanted pedal steel because it's just what I grew up with stick to. And every time I said, hey, can you help me find a puddle so players like 30 people said the same person? There's nobody else. Like this is the player that you need. That's cool. What you have a hard time finding like a bass player, like a drummer, you know? But it's a high bar to find a pedal steel plant. Yeah. We're really gonna do this if I found someone. But it's like you just have to like wait and really find the people that just like have the chemistry and get you and I don't have to explain shit. Like you know what I mean? Just people that help me represent what I'm trying to get across. Do you always play in studio and live like with the same crew? We always record everything live. That's great. And then I go home and redo vocals. My kitchen. That's so funny. What is it about like a band that helps you write? I think it's more just like I have this song and I've written the song and it's like how can I make the best representation of me in this song? If other people are going to hear it, like I truly want it to be the best representation it could be. So what's the process that who would you go to first? But once you have it. I don't show anybody until we're in the studio. I don't even like share it with our engineer. Just 'cause I don't want people plotting on it. Be like, oh, this part. So good to play something right here. And I feel like that kind of just like ruined not ruins it, but I feel like in the moment is when it's more like, oh, I just played that and it sounded good. So let's just do that again. Right. And record it this time, please. So you want people coming up with their parts on the spot, not too. You can see, oh, I could do this. That's interesting. It doesn't happen a lot anymore. Yeah. Which is, I feel like from the other side of it, like if it wasn't my song and somebody made me come to the studio and record on demand, I would be freaked out. But yeah, it's nice to be the only one that knows. What's about to happen? Going from the self title to Atlanta millionaires club, what was the jump there? How did you go from those songs in that place to putting it out through awful and then go into Atlanta millionaire's club? I don't know. I feel like it was just like a natural evolution. And it's not even that different of a record. I feel like throughout my three main records, there's always a song from the latter record that could have been on the earlier one, but not the one too before it, otherwise it would have just been like this weird out of place song for two quick of evolution. I feel like, but I don't know. I feel like it was just like the right time and place. I met secretly Canadian, who I love, and they just feel like family to me at this point. And I just had more songs. And then I was like, I guess it's time to get out of the record. And I feel like that's kind of when I noticed that it wasn't just like family listening to my stuff. Right. Like I feel like that's when I kind of got put on the radar. It was truly the perfect time and perfect place in my life. You were saying how there's like always a song like that wouldn't fit like a couple of albums ago but probably within the last but I feel like and there's also I mean your arms are like super, very and there's always a song that feels like it's just a complete outlier. Just in general, you know? Like a land a millionaire club like flowers feels like a very you know and there's a couple even like Kingston sounds a little different than some of the others. Exactly. And it's like that could have been on my self title, but if it was on run and tell then it would have been like, what? Yeah. Like who just hopped on the sticks? And then like on this new one too, cheers. Even overslept sounds kind of different from the rest of the record. Yeah. Could have been on AMC. Like on those songs that are kind of outliers, do you look to make a song that's very different from the rest of the album? Or is it just happen? It really just happens because I mean, when I'm writing these songs at home by myself, they're all pretty fucking similar. They sound like they come out like it was your random son of a car at home. It's just me being quiet as fuck trying to write a song. And then it's like there's no way that my shitty cheers demo from my kitchen table sounds like what sheer sounds like. But it's just like when it was time to all sit together and say room and play it. It was like, oh, this is how it has to sound or this is going to be weird. Was it always as loud as it was? I don't remember. I should go find the demo, but I write songs on acoustic guitar at home. So it's not like I'm like rocking out. But then once you took it to the band though, was it like right away, did it? It really was. Really? Yeah. Damn. I feel like that song specifically. People were scrambling because I started playing it. It was just like, oh, it should definitely sound this way, but I don't own any cool shit. So I was just like, people were pulling pedals out of closets and stuff 'cause I was like, why my guitar is just like, I just plug straight into my amp all the time. But yeah, just like ended up like that. New tears during the pandemic. Oh, here it is. It's called used to be called cheers to each other. And I was like, that's a horrible name. This.

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"faye" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"faye" Discussed on The Nix

"Also vincent dafa is uber. Sleaze jerry falwell and jerry. Jones face blind alert. I had no idea that which. I don't understand because they didn't even really have any makeup on the woman. They put. Maybe a wig on there. They might have just curly hair. Don't understand how you didn't know that was jerry jones completely confused. Y'all still had jerry jones's voice. The worst thing is that we started the movie. And i saw her name in the credits went. Oh she's interesting. I like her and then proceeded to not her through like i. I am swirl gobsmacked by as point directed by a comedy known quantity michael showalter who has done stuff stuff including what how american summer and they believe the state bunch of stuff. What did you think this movie. It's a true stories or we're just going to not even worry about. We don't worry too much about spoilers. I thought this movie was about a half hour too long. At least maybe forty minutes too long should it performances by everybody across the board. Where really good jessica. Chastain was unbelievably good and like she got lost in that character and she's not always my favorites who i was. I was impressed with her. Which made andrew garfield sort pale in comparison in his late weird. I think i put kleenex in my mouth. Jolly thing word. Yeah so but it was fine. It was good in the performances. I really wanted to get to its point. I'm that's what i'm gonna say. We'll get a little bit deeper into it as we go. What did you think. I enjoyed watching it. Just as much as they thought. I would watching the preview. That's superfan. it's it's like if you've seen the documentary. Forget what year that was made. The eyes of tammy faye when. I'm so crazy. Compelling i get why they thought that would be an oscar beatty vanity project and there's also there's a certain level which yes that's what this is right and just adjusting. I'm a hundred percent there with you. Like i've always sort of admired her but felt this kind of distance and never really connected with her. She's so good at that. She's so funny and warm and really does seem to be really trying to understand what. The appeal of this woman was and complications. Were i mean. It's clearly the best performance she's ever given the is timofey. Documentary was two thousand thousand. Okay and i. I mean i saw it but it's like i don't feel like i learned single other thing about them from this movie i don't think and i'm not sure. This movie has a point other than like. Wouldn't it be cool if our buddies just did this. Yeah and i think that's ultimately where my problem landed. Was i think the tammy faye bakker was probably not a very smart woman which i feel bad saying but She seems like she was a kind woman and a well meaning woman and had a hard start in life and overcame that and but because she was just sort of wide and and sort of naive the world kind of took advantage of her which. This movie doesn't really explain how that happened. And the way it could do that would be to tell it from jim's point of view which then stops it being about the the woman's story so i understand why they kind of do that but then i didn't understand the point because you can watch the documentary which had which will tell you the whole story and chastain was great but again you're then you're just sort of sitting with her going..

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"faye" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"faye" Discussed on The Nix

"Pod beans stitcher and cast box or wherever. There's no way in hell. That action cat box. Don't i mean box of the gets to us. I don't know how that works. Where do you keep it in. it's like a little like an sos anyways moving on dumb stuff. We said last week that is our last week. We haven't done this in a while. We used to promise that we'd always do this. I know we see it. Talk of dumb stuff on and we just forget we said it because the world. So i don't forget i lay awake worrying about it but i figure nobody's writing us anything. Tell me that. I'm dumb. So i remembered one this week mostly because as i was talking about it i realized it was dumb last week. The found footage movie. That i enjoyed that. I could not remember the name of an thought. It was death of a vlogger which is a ridiculously wonderful. Terrible name is not. Actually the name don't right. It's followed which is much more boring generic title. This is the one about the haunted at least lamb hotel. So i was right. I did confirm also that it is totally inspired by that. Actually even mentioned it. I'd said no idea. It was a real thing. But that's a fun movie. Also the there's a documentary about the least lamb case if you're interested flicks through crime it up. I don't remember what it's called but it's on netflix. Episodes nice should we driving dive into our main topic share. We should do that. Dive into our topic. Like dive into the eyes of tammy. Thank god roughly. Y'all get a lot of coffee like what's happening. I don't know i'm getting juice camps for the show. Whatever they say the outer all things are happening and blinking twice guys. Save me so just casting stars in this movie as tammy faye bakker and garfield place her husband jim. This movie charged their entire history from the beginnings as public bearing folksy stars of christian tv to their ultimate downfall due to jim scandals financial and other ads stars..

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"faye" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"faye" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Megan kelly and bombshell yeah. That's interesting I don't often often jerk that al. I remember seeing trailers for it then completely fell off my radar. Yeah it's definitely worth checking out. I i mean like i said if nothing else performances really great but what do you got for your next piece. Sure of this is kind of a combination of films. Basically stephen king Or films like from the eighty s and the many kind of Knockoffs that that were created based on one his style. I remember growing up seeing a lot of them and often they would. They would feature a minister or preacher. Who was either this you know. Traveling evangelists were Small town preacher. Who often is just plainly interested in in you know power. Her wealth influence Going back to that brief little conversation. We we see in the in the film between andrew garfield and and vincent donna frio about You know trying to one up each other. On how big of a reach they add. Sure and i think. Certainly when i when i was growing up watching a lot of these horror films having grown up in a pentecostal christian poem and environment when i saw these films Often they would have these small town preachers in the same sort of setting and it it felt to me. You know as a kid. Like this was almost an attack on mike. What i know and who i my family who i grew up with sure. And we actually see at the beginning of this film. tammy faye child and this kind of Super pentecostal environment Which which hearkens back. I think to a lot of these Kind of horror films that that featured is solid shady pastors and ministers. Some of them were just incompetent. Somewhere more you know clearly viciously evil. Sure you know think about Films like needful things children in the corn And a lot of them had small small bit parts a senior to you know the preacher would have but i think what those films were doing was was speaking metaphorically about kind of the dark underbelly Of a lot of You know this Traveling evangelists and Often often christian of faith which you know this film takes a look at. It's not so much a horror film right unless you l. Existential angst is horror. Which i think it can be or yeah and i could. I could imagine that must be you know. Come 'cause i'm completely a non religious person and i was you know brought up jewish and like i can just imagine like seeing those kinds of characters in of in that is such like you know those kinds of characters have such power over the the people who believe in them so for that to be the place to find that horror must must be kind of a powerful thing i would imagine. Yeah definitely and that's something we don't see a whole lot in this film But but there are definitely a few like montage. Bits and scenes where we see jabeen and And tammy faye Broadcasting and Easy there's one shot of you know this row of phone banks you know and for a time they really did have a lot of influence over you know people whether it was you know as we were talking about before more entertaining they still had that influence you know and they still choate in tons of money from from people who you know are honestly being taken advantage of the elderly in or You know people who who wanted some sort of whole been an think that they're you know contributing b. m. and you know there there is of course the question you know. Did they do some good things right. You know the film makes a point to feature Tammy faye interviewing a homosexual man who who had gotten aids which was a huge deal of sure absolutely -servative christian and in the eighties. It was that was very much against the grain. See you know nothing's ever really black and white. Exactly you know those. Those kind of think horror films were definitely moving and asking questions that were counter the conservative religious culture You know and i think to this film continues to do that in in a different genre And by looking at you know a real life event and story But i think it it picks up on some of those those threads sure absolutely well for my next piece. I'm gonna go with one so this this actually could've went well with your citizen kane piece but this is a little bit of a cheap because i actually did see an interview where michael shaw kind of mentioned this one But i'm gonna use it anyway Is paul thomas anderson's boogie. You know this really is a story about somebody you know coming up a particular you know aspect of the world of entertainment and getting everything. They thought they wanted and all of that. Success kind of destroying them basically. And you know it's a very similar character arc To what happens a boogie nights and again like you talked about with citizen kane Just you know the total rocket to the top of your particular industry and still being unfulfilled and of course all of that success being the thing that brings you break back down So yeah Boogie nights is my next piece. Which is you know. I find that comes up quite a bit on this show because it it. Is you know. Paul thomas anderson in general is such an influential filmmaker of the last thirty years..

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"faye" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"faye" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Megan kelly and bombshell yeah. That's interesting I don't often often jerk that al. I remember seeing trailers for it then completely fell off my radar. Yeah it's definitely worth checking out. I i mean like i said if nothing else performances really great but what do you got for your next piece. Sure of this is kind of a combination of films. Basically stephen king Or films like from the eighty s and the many kind of Knockoffs that that were created based on one his style. I remember growing up seeing a lot of them and often they would. They would feature a minister or preacher. Who was either this you know. Traveling evangelists were Small town preacher. Who often is just plainly interested in in you know power. Her wealth influence Going back to that brief little conversation. We we see in the in the film between andrew garfield and and vincent donna frio about You know trying to one up each other. On how big of a reach they add. Sure and i think. Certainly when i when i was growing up watching a lot of these horror films having grown up in a pentecostal christian poem and environment when i saw these films Often they would have these small town preachers in the same sort of setting and it it felt to me. You know as a kid. Like this was almost an attack on mike. What i know and who i my family who i grew up with sure. And we actually see at the beginning of this film. tammy faye child and this kind of Super pentecostal environment Which which hearkens back. I think to a lot of these kind of horror films that that featured is solid shady Pastors and ministers. Some of them were just incompetent. Somewhere more you know clearly viciously evil. Sure you know think about Films like needful things children in the corn And a lot of them had small small bit parts a senior to you know the preacher would have but i think what those films were doing was was speaking metaphorically about kind of the dark underbelly Of a lot of You know this Traveling evangelists and Often often christian of faith which you know this film takes a look at. It's not so much a horror film right unless you l. Existential angst is horror. Which i think it can be or yeah and i i could. I could imagine that must be you know. Come 'cause i'm completely a non religious person and i was you know brought up jewish and like i can just imagine like seeing those kinds of characters in of in that is such like you know those kinds of characters have such power over the the people who believe in them so for that to be the place to find that horror must must be kind of a powerful thing i would imagine. Yeah definitely and that's something we don't see a whole lot in this film But but there are definitely a few like montage. Bits and scenes where we see jabeen and And tammy faye Broadcasting and Easy there's one shot of you know this row of phone banks and for a time they really did have a lot of influence over. You know people whether it was you know as we were talking about before more entertaining. They still had that influence you know and they still choate in tons of money from from people who you know are honestly being taken advantage of the elderly in or You know people who who wanted some sort of whole been an think that they're you know contributing b. m. and you know there there's of course the question you know. Did they do some good things right. You know the film makes a point to feature Tammy faye interviewing a homosexual man who who had gotten aids which was a huge deal of sure absolutely -servative christian and in the eighties. It was that was very much against the grain. See you know nothing's ever really black and white. Exactly you know those. Those kind of films were definitely moving and asking questions that were counter. The conservative religious culture You know. And i think to this film continues to do that in in a different genre And by looking at you know a real life event and story But i think it it picks up on some of those those threads sure absolutely well for my next piece. I'm gonna go with one so this this actually could've went well with your citizen kane piece but this is a little bit of a cheap because i actually did see an interview where michael shaw kind of mentioned this one But i'm gonna use it anyway Is paul thomas anderson's boogie. You know this really is a story about somebody you know coming up a particular you know aspect of the world of entertainment and getting everything. They thought they wanted and all of that. Success kind of destroying them basically. And you know it's a very similar character arc To what happens a boogie nights and again like you talked about with citizen kane Just you know the total rocket to the top of your particular industry and still being unfulfilled and of course all of that success being the thing that brings you break back down So yeah Boogie nights is my next piece. Which is you know. I find that comes up quite a bit on this show because it it. Is you know. Paul thomas anderson in general is such an influential filmmaker of the last thirty years..

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"faye" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"faye" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Of piecing it together. The podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on the show we are talking about the eyes of tammy faye of course about infamous televangelists. Jim and tammy faye bakker This is going to be an interesting conversation to have for sure Joining me to talk about it. Is daryl armstrong returning to the show. And i've been looking forward to this one. You know michael. Showalter is kind of a personal hero of mine. I just have absolutely loved him ever since the state back on. Mtv and then wet hot american summer and stella stuff. Some of my favorite of all time. Honestly and i've been following of course everything he's been doing recently you know. Hello my name is doris. And the big sick Let's not talk about the lovebirds. But you know i. I'm really excited anytime. I see that. Michael showalter has something coming out and you know. Hopefully this is a big success for as a longtime fan i. I'm always excited to see him growing in doing new things as a filmmaker. So i'm looking forward to talking about this. So before we get to the conversation i do and remind you as always to make sure subscribe to piecing it together or wherever. You listen to podcasts. Whether that's apple podcasts. Or podcast spotify. Wherever make sure subscribe. And of course you can rate and review us on apple podcasts or pod chaser or good pods or if there's another app that has a five star button you can hit it that one also share the show with your friends. Follow us on social media at piecing pod and don't forget to join our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all the movies. We talk about here on the show. So let's talk about the eyes of tammy faye all right. So we got daryl armstrong back with us to talk about the eyes of tammy faye darryl. How is it going pretty well david. Thanks for having me back. Yeah i am very happy to have you back on the show and of course you know just last month. We had a couple of winners from your film festival on the show which was a cool episode. That was like a first time kind of thing and that that all worked out well and You know that that movie. The empty man is a movie that seems to continue to Be a part of the conversation. Even months and months and months later people are still talking about the still see pop up on twitter and one line from it people just as else still. Hopefully they Check out our old episodes but today this is a much different movie from from the mt man. We're going to talk about with the. Is it dami fe first thing before we start getting into some puzzle. Pieces was this big heavily. Awaited movie for you. That's a bit of a complicated question. Actually yes and no I grew up in a household. My parents watched jim. And tammy faye's programmed. Pto club religiously every day it was like literally religiously or religiously as a lot. Yes actually the first real vacation. I remember when i was maybe four or five years old Was going to their Theme park that they had bill. Wow i believe it was in north carolina. Don't remember a whole lot. I remember going. I remember my parents being super excited about it having a christian beating park To go to and vacation at so. I grew up very familiar with You know the real. Jim and tammy faye at least from their public personas on on television. Sure so yeah i. I was kind of interested in seeing what what the filmmakers would do in in telling their story It's not usually the type of bill might gravitates you normally but Yeah it was. It was a very interesting watch. Yeah i wasn't sure going into this. Because you know i. I love michael showalter who directed this and mostly for very off the wall. Wacky comedy stuff like wet hot american summer the state and some of the stuff that he was involved with over the years so i really wasn't sure the tone was going to be here going into if it was going to be just a total farce. Just you know completely making fun of these characters these people or if it was going to kind of you know try to tell their story but with some humor added into it or or where exactly it was going to go so that was definitely a question. I had going into testing which Which turns out mostly. I think you know we'll get into this as we're going through pieces and what we thought of the movie but I think mostly it's a performance show pieces. What i think is what we ended up. Ultimately i agree. Jessica chastain is amazing. I think in. And i think andrew garfield actually did really bang-up job to yeah absolutely and i. I really like him a lot. He has been in some really interesting rolls over the last couple of years and Yeah i mean jessica chastain is like that's the standout for sure but i think he's great in this as well but you know we will. We will lay on the praise to those two along the way through the conversation Let's start getting into some puzzle. Pieces here what do you have your first piece. My first piece. And i realized when i was writing out my notes for this i think i actually put them in basically chronological order. So i'm going all the way back to citizen gate okay. I i'm not sure how directly influenced the film other them. You know it's it's been a building block for hundreds of thousands of films over the years. just A pillar at now of of hollywood But there was You know a couple of things. The the story being told of of someone who had rated This giant empire and ultimately is left kind of unfulfilled. At the end i think is is similar in tone At and there was also especially in one scene in the baker's home At all is about two thirds of the way through the film Some of the camera angles chew walter. Used reminded me of Camera angles that orson welles and used and Citizen kane is that slayton tilting It just makes you feel like things are a little off You know in this enormous mansion. you know. The the the baker's had they were living in you know absolutely beautiful but just telling the camera a little bit gives you that Feeling of unease shore that that sense even though everything is so like seemingly perfect did huge and beautiful that it. But it's off. Kill exactly exactly so that really just popped out to me. I should be better about Talking about some of the mechanics of filmmaking like camera angles and whatnot But it's. It's not something i i. I usually focus on story more Especially when i'm.

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"faye" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"faye" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Though movie is cryptically unspecific about the former perhaps for legal reasons he becomes consumed with making money for his expanding empire. Garfield plays the older graying version of jim as a half conniving half distracted striker. Meanwhile the increasingly miserable tammy faye succumbs to an almost affair with nashville record. Producer gary paxton mark weis struck gets hooked on outta van and is eventually coerced into making a tearful confession of her sins on television. This is potentially moving dramatic stuff or at least bracing mellow dramatic stuff. But showalter's dramatization has a glazed glassy-eyed surface like a peewee. Herman movie without any of paul. Reubens surreptitiously sophisticated kindergarten wit the eyes of tammy faye was adapted by writer. Abe sylvia from fenton bailey and randy barbados two thousand documentary of the same name which was anchored by interviews with the fall and tammy faye that painted her as a rather sweet remorseful soul. She died in two thousand seven and to the degree that fairness matters. Show wolter director of twenty teens. The big sick is fair to tammy faye dramatizing her heartfelt nineteen eighty five interview with pastor and aids patient. Steve peters played by randy havens significant. Because in doing so she not only courted the wrath of falwell and increasingly powerful conservative evangelist bully played with creepy accuracy by vincent onofrio but also risked alienating millions of hardcore bible thumpers. Who sincerely believed aids was god's way of wiping homosexuals off the face of his earth but mostly showalter's movie wavers between parody and pathos never certain wear at wants to land and no matter what you think about the real tammy faye and no matter how much pity you might feel for her. After the baker's kingdom crashed around her she was still culpable in bilking detail club partners as donors were called out of millions. The movie shows her buying multiple fur coats for herself and for others. She never asks where the money is coming from. What's more she was. Also a complicit cog in the politically ambitious evangelical machine of the nineteen eighties whose influence over american government spreads. Its ugly shadow to this day. A great movie can make you feel empathy for a seemingly unredeemable character but the eyes of tammy faye succeeds only in presenting it subject as a camp curiosity a one woman pep rally for the lord. Linebacker shoulder pads misunderstood and in need of redemption. She seemed more human back in the old days when we were allowed to make fun of her and didn't have to apologize for it in the days before she became her own many church of the almighty eyelash..

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"faye" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"faye" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"The eyes of tammy faye turns the fallen televangelist into camp curiosity by stephanie's mccarrick in the grand scheme of christian forgiveness. Maybe it's a nice idea to try to reclaim the honor or at least the humanity of the late evangelist. Tv personality tammy faye bakker one half of the nineteen eighties prayer and praise. power couple. jim and tammy bakker. that's the goal. Apparently of michael showalter's cartoonish lee sincere bio-pic. The eyes of tammy faye in which jessica chastain plays the chirpy entertain journalist as a sympathetic countries sweet pea largely a victim of her husband's ambition and an only semi willing accomplice in the greed and corruption. That eventually brought the couple to ruin and also robbed countless regular working people of their hard earned money in the nineteen eighties. Tammy faye and jim baker husband and wife chipmunks united in the service of the lord ruled the christian television airwaves with their cheesy but unapologetically celebratory show designed to fund their ever-growing p. t. l. club operation folksy apple faced. Jim spreads the word of god like margarine greasing the wheels to entice the folks at home to call in with their donations. Tammy faye with her. Helium speaking voice and peppy gospel tune belting not to mention her clown on the town makeup which became more garish and extreme as the duo became richer was lively and sugary and fun to mock of all the eighties tv evangelists among them pat robertson and moral majority leader. Jerry falwell both of whom played roles in the baker's rise and fall jim and tammy faye seemed the most benign if you could apply that word to any peddler of rigid religious ideologies. Who's also in love with the almighty dollar. These two certainly seem harmless at the start of the eyes of tammy faye. The movie follows the baker's pious trail from their meet cute in bible college through the early years of their marriage in which they took to. The road is traveling preachers to their first taste of success as the hosts of a tv show that used puppets to teach kids. About god's love andrew garfield plays jim baker as an. Aw shucks charmer. Who's honest is money making goals. He's convinced the lord doesn't want him to be poor. Though it turns out that tammy faye is the one who comes up with. The puppet idea a hint that everything they built might have begun with her chastain plays. Tammy faye with a feral eagerness. That's poignant until it turns greeting in the movies early scenes she's a saucy seductress. A good girl who wants to have fun within the bounds of holy matrimony of course her eyes are wide. And unblinking like a dulls. Her skin is brushed with porcelain innocence. This is a far cry. From the older tammy faye we see in the movies. Preamble who reveals to an unseen makeup artist that her harsh eyebrows and lip liner are tattooed on and her black dagger. Eyelash fringe is non-negotiable. Each her trademark she insists and people wouldn't know her without it but even though chastain as clearly studied tammy faye's mannerisms and vocal tics and runs through them admirably. The movies candy colored varnish seems to have waterproof did against anything so messy as real feeling or judicious assessment. Tammy faye suffers all manner of hardships and rejections. Jim loses interest in her sexually and engages in dalliances with both men and women..

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"faye" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

09:12 min | 4 months ago

"faye" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Or did you do hello mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know but at the same time it's also kind of thinly developed. There are things we wish. It explored further or more deeply. So the material isn't great. Here but chastain is tammy faye does something. It's curious adam you you know. I've talked about this. How this is the sort of performance that i normally would bristle at where it's it's it's really big. It's an actor going through a physical transformation. It's geared for oscar attention right but but why it works here is because that all lines up from what i understand of the real life. Tammy faye bakker this. This is someone who had a peppy. Cheerful bright public presents the entire movie. Adopts that and chastain does to. This is almost like you're you're experiencing this movie. What it would have been like to live through the fame and the failure of this ministry through her is how she would have seen it and how she sees herself. So it's really a galvanizing performance. I couldn't help but admire at the end. I even started thinking that it it kind of reminded me of. We've been going through a various sort of loose joan crawford marathon at home. Maybe you know movie every month or so here with the family and it did remind me of the ways crawford could kind of just takeover a film that dared caster and a lot of times. These were films about women who were at their wit's ends or or facing societal expectations that they wanted to upend and so it was interesting to see chastain. Do something similar here just grabbing this movie by the throat giving it a fierceness that kind of aligned with what you understand tammy faye bakker might have had underneath all that niceness that she presented so so. I think it's definitely worth seeing for chest pains performance which i think is probably what intrigued both of us about the project to begin with. I hope to catch up with it soon. The of tammy faye opens wide this weekend next week on film spotting we kick off our twenty twenty one who've review last year. It was christopher nolan. This year we consider the entire filmography of new zealand director. Jane campion with a series devoted to all eight of her feature films including her latest the power of the dog which comes theaters late november and then to net flicks in december. So that was really the impetus besides for me wanting to catch up with these films. Most of them blind spots for me. It seemed to set us up well to consider her new film which has gotten all sorts of acclaim coming out of various film festivals including benedict. Cumberbatch is performance. Our first campion will be sweetie from nineteen thousand nine which is one of those blind spot for me. I know it's not a blind spot for you. It's made a least one or two top five louis over the years including i recall top-five female directed debuts. I think you had it at number five. So you must think sweetie is a pretty good start absolutely. I think i probably went on a bit of a campion kick after the piano. I'm trying to remember when i would have. I seen it. It definitely would not have been in eighty nine. So that's probably when. I first saw it but cannot wait to revisit it. As part of this who've view sweetie is currently available. I love the way you say that. On the criterion channel and available for digital rental more information about the campion oeuvre view is film spotting dot net slash campion. Also next week we prepare ourselves. Vialli some fun josh. We prepare ourselves for the end of the daniel. Craig bond era by revisiting. His first outing as 007. Two thousand six's casino royale for its fifteenth anniversary. You telling me you don't consider the card counter fun. i'm saying. It's a little more grueling. Josh just just a little tougher sit. Maybe then casino royale. This also helps prepare us for daniel craig's fifth and final bond. No time to die coming out here in a couple of weeks. I've already done my homework. I was inspired to rewatch casino. Royale for the first time since two thousand six when it was reviewed here on the show by our recent film spotting family bonus content. Discussion of sean. Connery's second feature as bonn from russia with love. And i even then followed it up with quantum of solace which i now think. I was too hard on back when that came out. I'm all in on craig as bond you are and i've mentioned i just don't know how you could argue. There's a better bond at least a better bond than the one we get in two thousand six casino royale so i look forward to watching it again here in preparation for this discussion will see what you think of it. I mean i know you haven't revisited. Timothy dalton or pierce brosnan so. I don't know how you can be so presumptuous. Such claim craig bob until you do that homework. Adam yeah yeah. You got me there josh. That brings us to our latest deeply. Flawed film spotting pull. That is trademark. Don't worry it's registered. We couldn't help ourselves with daniel. Craig going into bond retirement. We had to join the cacophony of voices posing this question. Who should be the next bond now. Before we share the options we provided a few things. We consider him by we. I mean mostly our producer. Sam i think he spent about three days on this full question so tortured. Poor sam was so tortured and yet and yet for all the thinking that went into it he still got hit with all the accusations of who overlooked all the mistakes he made. That just comes with the territory. Sim sim knew that when he took the job that he would be in peril. Not unlike bond himself. So i we did go with all brits. It just seemed. It seemed like a bridge too far to me. Josh to be throwing an american into the mix as james bond call me. Call me a purist. Nobody wants that no. We did also try to keep age in mind. We're not going to see another bond movie for what three or four years. Most first-time bonds have been in their early. mid thirties. connery was thirty. Three craig was thirty. Eight roger moore sixty seven. I think the joke goes. We did however include a couple of actors in their early to mid forties so again flaws abound a name. We left off our list. Someone long disgust as perfect bond. Material interests elba. He turns fifty this year. No yeah we decided to old. Wow good for idris. Elba a just here on film spotting would james come after it's a beat our atlas. Yeah well you know that he will and that he certainly could so there were a lot. More considerations will jump ahead here to the options we gave you the idris elba less options we gave you for. Who should be the next bond josh. Those options are -rism ed..

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"faye" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"faye" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Faye or did you do hello mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know

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Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

Filmspotting

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

"Mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know

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What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

Popcorn with Peter Travers

01:54 min | 5 months ago

What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

"I out of the gate for this fall is a movie called shang. She and the legend of the ten rings. It's a marvel movie and marvel finally deciding to have an asian hero in its movie. That's a long time coming. And when you see it you're going to see a story that is modern touch because this guy on plagued by smooth lou. He is in really fierce fighting form but his father was played by the great. Tome lung is an immortal and he doesn't want him to do it. He's doing which is parking cars in a san francisco hotel talent hanging out with akwa. Seen you get what i mean. It's the martial arts that makes this must sit okay. next up. Is the power of the dog as everybody knows especially critic which is may that september is the month where their film festivals everywhere from venison telluride to toronto in new york and the one film to rule them. All is the power of the dark. It's a western set in nineteen twenty five montana and new zealand. Filmmaker jane campion. Who did the piano is the director sir. First movie in twelve years. Expect real awards bus around benedict cumberbatch. She's playing a brutal acid tongue rancher who gets tensions going in ablaze when his brother brings home a new bride and everything goes crazy and deserve this film is sets nature's beauty against toxic masculinity. These are two things that are really updates days next step. The eyes of tammy faye jessica chastain goes all in this. She's backwards on the eyelashes end. The make up to play tammy faye bakker the late televangelist who turned her christian news program into a profitable industry until a sex scandal involving her first husband. Jim baker played by entry. Barfield just brought the whole house card. Sam

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Don't Expect Netflix's Live-Action Cowboy Bebop to Be a Remake

Nerd On! The Podcast

02:21 min | 5 months ago

Don't Expect Netflix's Live-Action Cowboy Bebop to Be a Remake

"Today. I wanna talk about Some pictures came out little pictures. Some hot sexy picks some hot sexy people. A see you later space cowboy. Oh the net flicks live action cowboy bebop. I think it's probably the most anticipated. Anime adaptation for net flicks. We've seen in a long time. There was some buzz with some full metal alchemist. There are some buzz with death. No but i think a lot of people really excited particularly with john show being attached to the role also with the creator being attached to supervise and beat executive producer as well as the original composer for the music is going to make new new music for it and we saw the picture so it had some john show with the headphones in the in the blue with the yellow button up underneath it did at some black doing some cool action star pose but all the entire crew were faye. Valentine and i'm walking down a wet and then also some cool martial arts attacking the the wooden site anything. i think. Boxing of dummy dummy With john show and just all the ads and then another one from daniella pineda for her. Valentine holding a gun and then one of them on the chair inside their Their ship much famous poster. Yeah so i thought the internet was Quite excited for it from what i saw For me i roy's rather be optimistic and wrong than to be cynical and writes As much as i want. And i can expect certain things from certain franchises. I think not. Many people have found netflix adaptations of enemy favorable and it might fall into that same category. Who knows but it's kind of fun to live in this moment and have the curiosity as well as the excitement to just like it could be great. Who knows this could be wonderful and it. Might you know it could be hour long episode. I don't think we know that information yet but you know so far. It's like they look like they're trying to treat the source material very faithfully as well as adapt certain things to meet our modern. Like the things that we like. I don't know what to call it. Tastes are modern. Yes those really

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Chicago school district cancels some in-person classes as labor dispute flares

Chicago Tonight

05:32 min | 1 year ago

Chicago school district cancels some in-person classes as labor dispute flares

"Person. Classes were canceled again today for chicago. Public school students who were attending in person. This as the battle over school reopening is being fought between the district. The teachers union prekindergarten and special education cluster. Students were given the option to come back to the classroom earlier. this month. looming over the standoff is the threat of another teacher strike as the two parties are over. Covert nineteen vaccination plans cleaning protocols and even which data in science should guide the reopening process. About an hour ago. I spoke with mayor lori. Lightfoot and schools chief janice jackson. I began by asking dr jackson. How close is the district to a deal with the teachers union. And what are the major sticking points right. Now as i've said this week we are trying our best to make progress. I think there's no reason why we can't have a deal in cr students back in the classroom on monday. I know so. Many students and parents have expressed our excited. They are about that opportunity. So that's what we're planning for a with regards to the union. I think some of the sticking points that we've been talking about or the past few weeks related to testy vaccination and accommodation still are outstanding on. But we're going to continue to work car because we know what's at stake in. That is making sure our kids get a quality education mayor or jackson at what point does either or one of you arrive at the bargaining table to close the deal. Well i think we've got to make more progress grants. I think it's important for your listeners. To know that since june we've met with the t to now over seventy times. It lasts two weeks every day including saturday and sunday. The schedule time is from eleven to five every day and we would have expected by now to make a lot more progress in the last week alone. We've given them to different on comprehensive plans one plan which we updated and we've given them. I think that covers every single issue. Eight different issues from ventilation testing to plans and protocols what happens if there is a a positive tested linked to schools. So we're serious and we're going to be made it table but we've got to see some progress it. We've got to see a series of purpose on the other side. For example today we got a proposal from the other side. Include things like defunding. The police and having the cpu dictate housing policy in the city. Now obviously neither of those things is appropriate for bargaining on teachers contract. So we need them to get serious to come to the table. We can get a deal done. I am confident that we can. We keep waiting and hoping that we're actually going to have some issues that we agree on the issues that we've been talking about now for weeks. We still don't have agreement on a single one of those issues and every other bargaining experience. I've been in both as mayor but also in my private sector life. You focus on an issue you resolve it and then you move onto the next issues. We haven't been able to do that with you. Which frankly to that by since there is no deal you know. Kindergarten through eighth grade did have the option of returning starting this monday. Do have the option Starting this monday to be back in the classroom but even a large group of aldermen have called on pushing that date back a week. Dr jackson is that something you'd consider to avert a strike and get a deal done in the interim. Yeah as i stated earlier this week we remain steadfast in the fact that schools should re-open for students on monday february first. So we're still there. We're committed to that date. I think that the district has gone above and beyond from a planning perspective as well as all of the planning that has been happening for local school level. We have proven let us not forget. School has been in session with ask three weeks with students in our cluster program in students in our pre k. program in we have been successful. We plan for various scenarios we to implement our plans with fidelity. We know that we can do that for our kindergarten. Eighth grade students nets. Will we intend to do starting this monday. Even if i can add brandis. Let's let's also know that we're we're talking about this in the context of case rates dropping acitivity rates dropping. All of the metrics that we follow. We've been following since march of last year or all trend in the right direction and to those automated said. Let's kick the can down the road and get more time seventy times that we've met multiple times over the last two weeks we can get a deal done on a purpose and putting our kids i at the table and they have that faye mayor's was just going to add. That said you know this was calling for teachers to be vaccinated more teachers to be vaccinated before a reopening. Why not what. What could happen if you just wait for that. We have a. We have a comprehensive plan for getting teachers vaccine which we've had on the table for quite some time. Obviously gotta do it in the context of the reality of the limited supply of vaccinations at all the other. Frontline workers who've actually been outlawed in the grocery store worker sanitation librarians. I mean the list goes on and on absolutely we want to prioritize. I'm teachers and we have a plan to do that but we need to get a deal done. We need some movement in

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Ted Danson Is the Mayor of Los Angeles in New TV Show

TV's Top 5

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Ted Danson Is the Mayor of Los Angeles in New TV Show

"Mr mayor is new. Show from rubber karla faye and features a lot of fantastic people and the featuring of a lot of fantastic people is reason to watch it. It's ted danson as the new mayor of los angeles and this is just another one where we're timing is so bad really You know if you are in los angeles you are well aware of what having a somewhat. Bumbling somewhat ineffectual mayor or even having let's just say a mayor whose track record is mixed. Let's just say that. Let's say. Garcetti did some things that the beginning of the pandemic that seemed to be good and then not so much lately. That's an it is it. I'm trying to be tempered. We've definitely had a lot of evidence of what happens in a major city if the mayor is not perfect and so i found myself really kind of unable to laugh at a show where it's like. Ha ha ha. The mayor of los angeles is job is to go to mall. Openings and celery appearances your results on that one may vary as los angelino or at least a los angelino transplant. I also kind of got the feeling that tina fey and rubber karloff. Not so much with the knowing. Anything about los angeles and twenty twenty. The jokes are all really really lazy. Really really facile jokes about california. That in some cases are are two decades old our colleague. Ingo king reviewed it for us and she notes that one of the funniest jokes involves the other candidates who run for mayor against ten danson's character and you stop and realize that the joke that's being made about the other candidates including gary coleman's ghost and a libertarian. Porn star all relate to a recall election. That was fifteen years ago. I mean that is just not finger on the pulse and so all of these things if the show were funnier. It'd be funnier but let's not forget that. Mr mayor was originally conceived as thirty rock spin off that was going to be set in new york featuring alec baldwin reprising his role and baldwin was negotiating for the better part of a year per sources and when he backed out producers went out to ted danson. Ted danson lives in los angeles and did not want to relocate to new york so they moved the show to los an- to being set in los angeles and removed any traces of of its ties to thirty rock. So there's that in the back of your mind

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Reid Hoffman and Fei-Fei Li on Human-Centered AI

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:03 min | 1 year ago

Reid Hoffman and Fei-Fei Li on Human-Centered AI

"I'm Llewellyn for the Wall Street Journal and I have a guest co host today are artificial intelligence report jared council hey jared. Thanks for having me. Okay. So last week, Lincoln founder Reid Hoffman and the computer scientists faith Lee or part of a session at our Tech Live Conference, and we sat down with them for a conversation as a special episode of Tech News Briefing we'll get to their conversation but I want to tell you a little more about what you're about to hear dared verse things first who are Reid Hoffman and fairly so reid. Hoffman was one of the CO founders of Lincoln which he sold to Microsoft in two thousand sixteen. And he's now a partner at the venture capital firm gray lock. He's been involved with a number of Tech Company boards, including Microsoft, and AIRBNB. Our other guests doctor Faye Faye Lee is a professor of computer science at Stanford University. She's widely considered one of the leading experts in a I. Computer. Vision. She used to be the chief scientist of machine learning in. Google and the to work together at Stanford's Institute for Human Centered Artificial Intelligence. Dr Lee is one of the CO directors air and Mr, Hoffman is a member of its advisory council. Okay. Got It. So Hofmann and Lee were at tech live to talk about human centered ai you guys will get into what that means in the interview but I wonder if you could just give a little background information as our artificial intelligence reporter, why is it such a hot topic of conversation right now? Yeah. Hey, I is a is a hot topic because it's becoming ingrained in a just so many aspects of our lives from predicting next next word or phrase in an email to recommending products on Amazon or songs on spotify. Those kind of innocuous aspects but also more high stakes decisions like what kinds of sentences. A person may serve or what kinds of jobs opportunities they may have access to so. Has Benefit Society but there's also a lot of a lot of risk know one of the biggest ones has to do with bias. There's been studies out there that that show that facial recognition systems for instance are better at detecting white male faces than they are at detecting women and people of Color, and so you know when you have a technology that is really infiltrating our world, there's going to be a lot of attention paid to it. Especially, some of the the issues that come with it and for read and Faye. Faye, with they're trying to do is really elevate somebody ethical issues and concerns and try to get as many stakeholders as possible whether it's businesses or governments to think hard about an of course developers to think hard about what they're creating in in how they're designing.

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Woman Found Stabbed To Death In North Branch Of The Chicago River

Steve Cochran

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Woman Found Stabbed To Death In North Branch Of The Chicago River

"No word as yet on the identity of a woman whose body was found in the north branch of the Chicago River just after midnight yesterday morning. That woman believed to be in her early twenties, have been stabbed several times in her neck. And Faye's not knowing how long she had been in the water or when she was attacked. No one is in custody.

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Tina Fey requests "30 Rock" episodes with blackface be removed

Vicki McKenna

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Tina Fey requests "30 Rock" episodes with blackface be removed

"Tina fey revealing that the blackface episodes in thirty rock have been pulled from air NBC for the total of four episodes of the sitcom from streaming and syndication at the request of co creators Faye and Robert Carlock they issuing a statement apologizing for any pain the episodes have

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Tina Fey requests "30 Rock" episodes with blackface be removed

Mark Mason

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Tina Fey requests "30 Rock" episodes with blackface be removed

"Tina fey revealing that the blackface episodes and thirty rock have been pulled from air NBC for the total of four episodes of the sitcom from streaming and syndication at the request of co creators Faye and Robert Carlock they issuing a statement apologizing for any pain the episodes have

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F9 to be released online due to coronavirus

1A

05:50 min | 1 year ago

F9 to be released online due to coronavirus

"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you have been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of theaters that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that it doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is gonna be streaming is vast of night as I'm in and it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma high and you're welcome to wanting Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide in drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the at Montclair mission tiki opening night and day you know unique experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have had lights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements a lone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that's odd about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heartless to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of virus because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it would really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really playing in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies

John Horn Vice President
F9 to be released online due to pandemic

The Frame

05:48 min | 1 year ago

F9 to be released online due to pandemic

"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you were been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of feeders that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is going to be streaming is vast of nine as I mentioned it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma hi Andrew welcome to winning Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide and drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the Montclair mission tiki opening night and do you know if you need to experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have headlights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements alone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that are about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heart was to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of iris because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it will really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really plain in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies

John Horn Vice President
CDC's role in helping cruise ship travelers during the COVID

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 1 year ago

CDC's role in helping cruise ship travelers during the COVID

"News after several cruise ships were ravaged by the corona virus the centers for disease control and prevention issue date no sail order back in March staff put a halt to all cruises so how will the industry recovered well WTOP's Michelle bash takes a look at that this one is part three of what her series travel in the new normal was CBS news travel editor Peter Greenberg says of cruise lines they've got a problem because a lot of folks think of a cruise ship as it nothing more than a floating Petri dish however their passengers are very very loyal so look for passengers to eventually return in droves but first cruise lines are going to have to change floor plans and procedures what might that look like limits of people in the pools of the jacuzzi's end about Faye in which you'll never go near the food you will point to what you want and a uniformed staff member will play it for you of course changes cost money so Greenberg says initially you may not see the cruise prices go up because they want to encourage people to come back but those prices

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What Is The Future Of Dining Out  ?

Orlando's News at Noon

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

What Is The Future Of Dining Out ?

"Here's what the future of dining could look like a lost in Las Vegas there allowing restaurants to re open for dine in service but several restrictions and safety precautions have been put in place such as half the ceiling has been removed to allow for the physical distancing with parties larger than five not allowed reservations are a must he could say goodbye to the buff Faye and self serve stations got when I went to Vegas I did like a thirty five dollar all you can eat buffet yeah and it was like an experienced people told me that I had to do this when I went to Vegas and I was on like any other dining experience I've ever had and people don't get to do this now right yeah you wonder how many buffets are exist into the future and you also wonder what is dining out going to look like in the future I know I'm ready and I know being the family we're gonna we're gonna go out somewhere this weekend and and go to dinner and that'll be nice first time in like three weeks or so Razi all right Jean

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California, Oregon sending ventilators to New York and medical ship approved

First Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

California, Oregon sending ventilators to New York and medical ship approved

"More help is on the way California and Oregon or sending hundreds of ventilators to New York and president trump is approved using the naval ship comfort for coronavirus patients from both New York and New Jersey governor Faye and governor Cuomo are going to be using ship to Europe to Jersey and it's a big ship and it's now called it it's set for go ahead the president says we have a rough week ahead but he says there is light at the end of the

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4 Members Of South Shore Family Killed In Florida Crash

WBZ Morning News

01:25 min | 2 years ago

4 Members Of South Shore Family Killed In Florida Crash

"Apart by tragedy on a highway in Florida is now opening up about their loss and their gratitude for members of a south shore family killed while on vacation in a crash right outside Disney world's WBZ's Laurie Kirby is here with more on that story Jeff in a time of unthinkable loss the family is expressing this morning appreciation for the outpouring of support from the Weymouth and Whitman community they sat down next of late with WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes at their home Shane Smith lost his wife Julie his five year old daughter Scarlett twin his son Jackson a sixth grader who loves soccer Jackson's organs saved at least four lives was heartened as you know is the liver were able to go to children that were younger than him and then his kidneys and as long as you're obviously given two separate but they're older you know considered young adults so you know at it certainly makes you feel good from the standpoint of that he was able to to help somebody you know that makes you feel better oh wait for Jackson his grandmother Josephine Faye his mother Julie Smith his five year old sister Scarlett will be held tomorrow a funeral mass will be held Saturday it's tough to hear all right

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South Carolina: Girl, 6, was killed by neighbor who then killed self

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

South Carolina: Girl, 6, was killed by neighbor who then killed self

"Authorities in South Carolina have revealed the cause of death of a six year old girl last week Faye Marie sweat like was last seen playing in her front yard after getting off the school bus just hours after she was kidnapped the girl was dead the calls of face death has been realistic C. ation corner Margaret Fisher says a neighbor Cody Taylor killed himself after the six year old's body was found police T. Byron snow grow says DNA linked Taylor to this case evidence leads us to believe that the deceased ducted and killed six zero fe Marie swat look and it appears that he is the sole perpetrator of this crime Taylor had no criminal record still grow didn't talk about white Taylor would have kidnapped the girl I'm a Donahue

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"faye" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"faye" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'd like you to make it through the when are all girls singing and when you hear her I'm sure you'll agree that things coming back thirty I would do you was pretty thank you your first that you I love you Faye thank.

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"faye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"faye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And Faye Dunaway airlines it was also not included in memoria men's question we on for nine oh two unknown Riverdale but he was also in one of the biggest movies of the year once upon a time in Hollywood they had him on the website right but the so now only it wasn't it wasn't because they forgot it was a choice yeah which makes it worse he the two more seconds to show my run on that horse right and he was also in the rodeo extravaganza eight seconds don't be confused with eight miles and since this this great resumes I skinnies love story Mobil gas eight sections one mile sounds exhausting but yeah so long was it seven seconds no I mean that was eight the willow movie call was eight seconds yeah that's how long it stay on a ball I think okay it is yeah then I know that actually watch yeah and I mean the rodeo conscientious and not the kind of restaurant that they turn it on and on well are you being nasty right now and I'm not understand your the name was the mobile to well you.

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"faye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"faye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Eighty and Faye Dunaway airlines it was also not included in memoria men's question we on for nine oh two unknown Riverdale but he was also in one of the biggest movies of the year once upon a time in Hollywood they had him on the website right but the so now when it wasn't it wasn't because they forgot it was a choice yeah which makes it worse he the two more seconds to show my run on that horse right and he was also in the rodeo extravaganza eight seconds don't be confused with eight miles and since this this great with Jones I skinnies love story mobile eight seconds while sounds exhausting but so long was it seven seconds no I mean that was eight the willow movie call was eight seconds yeah that's how long it stay on a ball I think okay it is yeah then I know that actually watch yeah and I mean the rodeo okay some not the kind of restaurant that they turn it on and on what are you being nasty right now and I'm not understand the name was the little book to write well.

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"faye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"faye" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Eighty and Faye Dunaway airlines it was also not included in memoria men's question went on for nine oh two unknown Riverdale but he was also in one of the biggest movies of the year once upon a time in Hollywood they had him on the website right but the so now only wasn't it wasn't because they forgot it was a choice yeah which makes it worse the two more seconds to show my run on that horse right and he was also in the rodeo extravaganza eight seconds so don't be confused with eight miles and since this this great resumes I skinnies love story Mobil gas eight sections while sounds exhausting but so long was it seven seconds no I mean that was eight the willow movie call was eight seconds yeah that's how long it stay on a ball I think okay it is yeah then I know that actually watch yeah and I mean the rodeo conscientious and not the kind of restaurant that they turn it on and on what are you being asked you right now and I'm not understand you are the name was the little book to write well.

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Frailty Myths with Erinn Carter & Georgia Faye Hirs

Cultivating Place

12:21 min | 2 years ago

Frailty Myths with Erinn Carter & Georgia Faye Hirs

"Aaron Quarter in Georgia Her Sti or two of three Co founders of frailty myths is an organization based in Oakland California whose mission is to reimagined feminine any and build power by bringing our whole selves into our work of cultivating place wherever and however we do that they join us today to explore health concept of frailty miss can be implicit elicit bias in the gardening world. And how we're all better off when we can see these biases admits for what they are and compost them openly into more nurturing concepts around self and other. Thank you for being here today. And welcome Georgia and Erin Erin. Thank you so much for having us. Hi there so I want to get started with the two of you giving me your work in your own own words because it's always better that way. Let's start with you Aaron because you are the one that reached out to me to see about vote having a conversation. About where your work. And my work intersects in that beautiful space absolutely. Thank you so much for having us. I'm so excited to be here and talk to you more about about what we do not miss about what you do at cultivating increase. So yeah frailty miss is a is a nonprofit that was started by Georgia myself. Another Co founder of ours and we've existed since two thousand in sixteen in Oakland California. That's where we're based out of. But we host workshops all across the country for Women Trans and gender non conforming folks and the mission of frailty miss is to create a space in a community where Women Trans and gender non-conforming folks can heal trump Z.. Trauma that what is Patriarchy that is generational trauma and have a space to reconnect with our feelings of strength power community and justice. And we do that. Through hosting free workshops in the community on skills and spaces are traditionally dominated by men and that includes woodworking sailing climbing gardening cultivation And our goal is to build a space and build a community where we can try new skills through. We can try new things where we can challenge ourselves and again break free of that myth that to be a woman to to not be man means that we are weak and don't have the ability you to be strong and changed the world. Yeah I love the three part sentence I guess there are three part phrase or motto auto on the website. Feel your inner power. Grow your confidence change the world. That is to such beautiful some Asian Let's move to so you Georgia with the way you see the work. Maybe in any different way than Aaron just described and or maybe your were your personal experience of it short and I Echo Erin as far as Thanks for having and I think I agree with everything that Aaron said. The piece that has felt especially powerful mean in the last few years is part of the journey that that Aaron and I and the other frailty facilitators as part of the work and as part of the workshops that has been particularly profound is a The quality of nurturing and curiosity and care and so there is what feels to me a very revolutionary act and not only taking space base back but kind of reconnecting and healing from the impacts in the Traumas of these oppressive systems. That we've internalized in such a deep painful away and the ways that we can connect that back to Earth to gardening to self and community reliance the way that we hold each other and and navigate through conflict to do that in a way where we're collectively lifting each other up in healing versus tearing each other down or kind of competing. They're all of these very small on very profound ways that were also challenging these systems that have unfortunately become really normalized. And that we've internalized in ways that for myself I often often find myself myself out of frailty myth workshop being desperately moved or touched by something that someone has said or shared in realize is that it was some pain from some experience I had tucked so far away that it didn't have words for it now through the act of building a stool or or failing at a thing thing that someone didn't think that they could do but feeling in a way that safe has allowed them to access and me to access these these kinds of points of pain and then he'll from them and that feels when it comes to change in the world and the work that frailty Mrs doing in that we're doing within all of our communities Ryan's hands are really really like there isn't much I haven't found other spaces for. Yeah and you know one of the reasons that I find this. So so compelling is when you think about gardening which is my primary focus it? It is easy to say. Oh yeah there's a lot of women who guarded like how many how many women don't garden. It can be seen as a very female dominated space but the fact is there are whole sections of the gardening world. In its wholeness that are traditionally not taken up by women and you know seeing one of your videos that that is showing your community how to use a skill saw how to pound nail how to build a whole structures pictures how to do you know whatever the kind of hands on construction bigger machinery work that makes gardening in landscaping even on small scales. Easier and more interesting and you can just do more with it are often like Oh. I'M GONNA get many of my husband to do that or my my brother or my dad and the empowerment that is taken away from you with that mindset is incredible so I was super excited to have this conversation with you. I'm fifty four. I only learned how to use a table. saw maybe five years ago and it's one of the greatest tools ever uh-huh okay so let's step back a little bit till we get into more detail on exactly what you do when you're workshops and into some of that more emotional space of what happens when we unlock this kind of power for ourselves and tell us a little bit about each of you and kind of where you grew up where what were your experiences that led you you to be people that wanted to do this kind of work which is is a little challenging. It's it's probably Expansive in sometimes painful ways which I think Georgia already kind of hinted at And yet like those growing pains. Get us where we want want to be so. Let's start with you Georgia since they started with Aaron before tell us a little bit about your own background. And what kind of grew you into who woman Were person that wanted to be doing this kind of work. I grew up in Indiana and in in a relatively big family but was the first girl born in my family and kind of grew up and spent most of my adolescence and into my early teenage years feeling really isolated. Because I wasn't the kind of girl that all of the people around me were that people wanted me to be. I would get like like I didn't connect with those with makeup and and I remember really being really frustrated as a young person thinking like well. Why don't and why do I have to fight so hard to get access to do to do fun stuff or to be in my body and why is it so I felt kind of shame that I wanted to be more physical and also frustrated and angry that I didn't feel like I was allowed to do that but also shame that I wasn't doing a good job of being a girl and also really angry women because I felt like they were the ones that were putting in? This felt like a very suffocating box and so I kind of found myself UNIN journey of both being like of of isolating myself away away from women in turning myself into this kind of like go. I'm not like the other girls. I'm not like the other women because I felt like that was the only way I could get access and it was really. It was a really lonely and really frustrating and like I said. I carried a lot of Shane for many years around that I was I was failing as a woman. I was wasn't doing what I was meant to be doing. Is A girl and I also wasn't getting the same kind of access or space to the things that I I wanted to do and felt as I as I got older they went to school. I met Aaron in college and I started really kind of unpacking and learning about systems of oppression. Shen particularly of Patriarchy about you know movements that I didn't know about and started to really unpack. My anger toward women didn't wasn't wasn't actually about women in the box that I was felt restricted to was was a result of these these oppressive systems and so I moved moved into working in activism. I always had odd jobs mechanic shops. I found myself working on Greenpeace ships where I was trying to get as much as many skills as I could and Aaron at the same time was in Grad school and we had these simultaneous conversations. About what space space look like. And what access look like in the way it was manifesting in our lives and I remember feeling like that was in so much kind of physical and emotional oceana pain that I felt like my option in shit filled with with men from all over the world was to either assimilate into this very toxic culture masculinity of of posturing of pretending like I didn't have feelings or emotions or that I wouldn't have access to anything if I if there was some other way into into that kind of idea failed to was birthed about what it looks like. Would it would look like and feel like to create a space where we could be our whole selves where we could be honest about our fear of table saw and still learn to use it where he had smashed things with hammers and still gently hold flowers and appreciate them in that. You know that none of those things are inherently gendered gender you identify with or whatever gender identify with is fundamentally what those things are. Because I'm doing them and so there was I think in the creation of frailty medicine the the burning of the of the idea was a very long kind of life life journey that we were on an independently and then collectively and I think for me. It really comes down to a practice that has never stopped. which is how can I? It'd be more hole in. How can I be more fully in my whole self? And how can I heal the shame that I've built up over the years about pieces of myself. I didn't feel like I was allowed to access and so for me failty miss because I'm very comfortable with tools has opened up space for me to be more in touch with things that I felt like. I wasn't allowed to do like gardening and like baking or being gentle or telling people that I'm scared or that I don't want help worried where I do want help. And so there's a wholeness there that I think for me has been something that even though that's why the organization started the manifestation and what it feels like is. There hasn't been something that I have experienced. That is more powerful in my own than allowing myself to be in that kind of space and seeing what it does for other people to be respected as their whole selves and not need the answers. You know

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"faye" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"faye" Discussed on KQED Radio

"No. Coughing. Hey. Is calling. Faye? She. Is. Fine. Daddy. It's springtime.

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"faye" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

26:56 min | 3 years ago

"faye" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Faye? Stop. Okay. You. You. You probably never love song. On me. Everything become pay. Don't be scared. Look back. You will. Do. Found you. Thing to do. You will. Sure. Some. Sweet. I'm jay. Super. Persist. Why? The girls. Girls were. Then they touch me. Wow. Jay. Now. This my life. I can. Got it. Challenge. Sky. Now. Was so wrong. Please. Last week. Two. Let me. Knowing that I love love. Doah one. Pizza. Me. Okay. Won't shoot. Tell me tell me what to say. Really? Tommy, Tommy, Tommy. Came out. Now becomes hoping. Shutdown. Wow. Matt. Still see? Same. Castilla? Is. Scott. Battle danny. John. Needle. Simone. Run the. Yup. He did. Senior. Meal. He did. Avenue. How you? Get that. We're just friends so. Did. Thing. Runaways? Into. Nah. Every time. I guess too. Seven. I wanna say. I wanna stand. West. Jason. Eluded. So. The good old days. I was thinking about the band's I was thinking about the bans underground loadin merch. And that's well passenger van. Small club in Minnesota and the snow outside of I. Damon star. We asked. Me. Good. Pink answers, push it injuring gov that blast. I wish I made. It's a homecoming. Got it. Of myself was put the bottle back. Win the worried about whether the people felt comfortable. Myself. Good. Yeah. Oh. I always look back and think it was better words. Maybe these are the moments maybe missing with us about this. In about the past out on we've come so far. You. Two. Good. You told your friends own just? If that's how you really feel wide you go. You say all I ever do. Just control your life. Are you going to learn? Are you gonna? I don't regret it. I learned from it takes you that..

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