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AP News Radio
Carrie Fisher gets her Walk of Fame star, on May the Fourth
"On May the fourth Carrie Fisher received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Fisher joined Star Wars costars with Hollywood stars, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill. She was our princess damn it. And the actress who played her blurred into one gorgeous, fiercely independent and ferociously funny take charge woman who took our collective breath away. Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd, wearing her mother's portrait printed on her metallic dress accepted the star. She was throwing around a lot of glitter. My mom was glitter. She covered her world, and it both literally and metaphorically. She left a mark of her sparkle on everyone she met. People in the crowd were dressed as characters from the Star Wars franchise. People's love for Leia didn't die with my mom. It continues to get passed on from generation to generation. Billy Lorde said no one will ever be as hot or as cool as princess Leia. I'm Ed Donahue
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why the RESTRICT Act Is a Sweeping Assault on Americans’ Freedoms
"Have the bill. Here, the restrict act. You guys can all check it out as a citizen. S 6 8 6 for the 118th Congress restrict act. The first sentence to authorize the secretary of commerce to review and prohibit certain transactions between persons in the United States and foreign adversaries for other purposes. Now, mind you, they could pass a very clear and simple piece of legislation targeted that TikTok, but you're trying to tell me the regime is going to pass up this opportunity to create a new Patriot Act. Of course not. This is not about TikTok. This is not about TikTok. This is about being able to usher in a brand new censorship regime. So who's behind this, exactly? Lindsey Graham has his name on the bill. As a co sponsor, John thune, Republican from South Dakota. Fisher from Nebraska, Joe Manchin waste the time. Jerry Moran from Kansas. Sullivan from Alaska, Susan Collins from Maine, of course Mitt Romney, Shelley Moore capito, from West Virginia, introduced the bill. Have they actually read the bill? Are they or is this just rep by, is this composed and basically put together by lobbyists? And if you know how legislation works, you know that K street lawyers, the DHS, lawfare types, working for the alliance of U.S. tech and deep state interests, probably wrote this restrict act. This is a written written by Google and written by Facebook and written by congressional staffers.
"fisher" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hi, I'm Ku Damon, I'm a Florida born chef, writer, host, and recipe developer. I served as an executive chef of a New York City restaurant at the age of 24, and became cherry bomb magazine's first culinary director at 25. I've been named one of 16 chefs changing black food in America by The New York Times, and Forbes 30 under 30 in food and beverage. In 2021, I found it Kyiv is the people a budding mutual aid effort focusing on food apartheid in Brooklyn. I'll be your guest host for this month of manica. This month we're talking about taste makers, we're celebrating the black chefs, cooks and food historians who created new food ways and preserved important culinary stories of the past. Today we're talking about one of the first black American women to publish a cookbook. Her preserves, stews, cakes, and folk remedies offer a glimpse into southern food tradition and reminds us that black folks were often the ones establishing these culinary practices. Please welcome Abby Fisher. Not much is known about Abby's personal life. We do know that she was likely bored around 1832 in South Carolina to a black mother and a white French father. She was likely born in slave, though that's not confirmed. At some point, Abby moved from South Carolina to mobile, Alabama, where she met and married Alexander C Fisher. The couple would go on to have 11 children. Sometime in the late 1870s, the fishers moved California. There, Abby and Alexander set up a preserves business called misses Abby Fisher and co. Abby quickly gained notoriety as a skilled cook. An 1879 she won the highest award at the Sacramento state fair. A year later, she won two medals at the San Francisco mechanics institute fair. A bronze for best pickles and sauces and a silver for best assortment of jellies and preserves. Abby took her culinary success further, she wanted to create a written record of her recipes. She couldn't read or write, so she dictated to her friends who could. With their help, she immortalized her recipes on paper. In 1881, Abby's cookbook, what misses Fisher knows about old southern cooking was published. The cookbook begins with the preface and an apology. Abby revealed doubts about whether she could share her recipes without any formal education. But she did have over 35 years of quickening experience, and knew that sharing her food knowledge would have value for future generations. The preface reads this book will be found a complete instructor so that a child can understand it and learn the art of cooking. The recipes Abby shares range from briny shrimp salad with pickles to beefy okra gumbo to rich custardy sweet potato pie. Her cookbook exemplified a deep knowledge of southern black cooking tradition. And brought that knowledge to do audiences. One recipe she shared was for plantation cornbread or hoe cake. This dish was often made by enslaved people while out in the fields, using the flat side of a heated hoe, though Abby's recipes simply calls for a hot griddle. Elsewhere in the cookbook, I would describe her recipe for BlackBerry syrup as an old southern plantation recipe, common among black families. A few personal details about Abby's life can be gleaned through the pages of the cookbook. The last recipe in the book was for pap, a porridge like food served to babies. Alongside the recipe, Abby shared that she had given birth to 11 children and raised them all, and nursed them with this diet. At that time, raising 11 children without any infant death was a significant feat for any woman, let alone a black woman, most likely formerly enslaved woman. This detail is a testament to Abby's skill, not just as a cook, but a mother and caretaker. Little was known about.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Reflects on Money Manager Ken Fisher’s 2023 Forecast
"We're in a new year, of course. And the question is both for the country and for you and me. What is this you're going to look like financially. I'm talking about the economic prospects. The financial prospects for 2023. Now, the general view is pretty negative that we should be looking for a spiral of inflation and higher prices, but at the same time, economic stagnation, and that's a problematic combination, right? That's in fact reminiscent of the very late 1970s, kind of the Jimmy Carter era stagflation and certainly in terms of economics and the stock market. Doldrums. And so that is one outlook. But I don't want you to think it's the only outlook and I just read an article. This was in the New York Post, but it may be a syndicated article. It's written by a prominent money manager. His name is Ken Fisher. By the way, Ken Fisher has had a very successful column in Forbes for many years. And basically Ken Fisher says, no, no, it's not 1974. It's not 1976. It's actually 1967, and what he means by that is that in the 1960s, we had a similar environment in which inflation appeared to be galloping out of control. There appeared to be a certain degree of political turmoil and everyone thought that the stock market was going to go flat. Or even go into go into a regression. But such can Fisher, the stock market, in fact, had a stunning rally instead, it went against expectation. And catfishers point is that very often markets do this. In other words, markets operate, not just based upon what the economy looks like, but also what people expect.
Evangelism on SermonAudio
"fisher" Discussed on Evangelism on SermonAudio
"The gospel, what will happen, what is whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven. There's power in the preaching. Even as Jesus says this to Peter, I will build my church and notice that he says I will build my church. The gates of hell will not prevail against it. And I will give you the keys to the kingdom, the preaching. However, Pence will be forgiven. We must first listen to God and all these things. God promises much in the scriptures and he brings us much in the scriptures. First 9 it says in our text for he and all who were with him were astonished at the catch of fish which they had taken. Imagine if an a couple of years time or maybe at the end of this year or whatever the case may be and we look back at astonishment at the catch of fish. Now we have to remind ourselves this passage is not about making Peter and the other fishermen better literal fishing. Great tells them later from now on, you will catch man. He's showing them. If you follow me, my way. Depend on my power, my wisdom, though you may not see it. Though you may not think it is even in your own strength, the right thing to do, it is, and there will be times when we're like, I don't understand this. But God's way is our better. God's kingdom will advance. It says in Matthew 1331 to 33. Another power will be put forth to them saying the Kingdom of Heaven is like a mustard seed. And a most received is absolutely tiny, which a man took and sold in the field, which indeed is the least of all the seeds. But when it has grown, it is greater than the herbs and becomes a tree so that the birds of the air come and nest in its branches. And though the power spoke to them, the Kingdom of Heaven is like leaven. Which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal till all was 11. Now, that passage does not say doesn't always mean sin. Living is a picture of something that goes and grows. And here it is a picture of the kingdom of God. It will grow. It will spread and God will be glorified in all these things. A final point and it will be a short point is the last two verses, which is personal comfort, personal comfort. So we've looked at the principle focus provided by God's power, pragmatic skeptics, promises proven and finding number 5 personal comfort. It's not easy to follow God in a fallen world. It's not easy not just because of our skepticism, but there's loads of obstacles in our way, but Jesus said this to Simon. Peter, this is verse ten. And so also word James and John, the sons of zebedee, who are partners with Simon and Jesus said to Simon. Do not be afraid from now on. You will catch men. So when they brought their boats to land, they forsook all and followed him. This is not easy. And Jesus knows this. It's not without sacrifice. It's not without something that is difficult, and no doubt them leaving behind their livelihood, they needed comforting. Now, this is really speaking directly to those call into full time ministry, those called preach the gospel. They're to live of the gospel. They are too essentially forsake the secular job to focus primarily on this one thing. The preaching of the word of God. They forsook all that they knew to preach the gospel. But there is comfort for you to hear this morning. Though you may not be called to preach the gospel. Think about your own service. We too in our own service are called to forsake all. Perhaps it's not your job and if it's a good job you're in, do not forsake your job. Boss, is there some commitment in your life? Preventing you from serving God more. When Jesus says to you this morning, do not be afraid. From now on, you will catch men. But there's a forsaken needed. If you are clinging to your idols, even that maybe is a saved person in a sense, you've been bogged down very sins in your life. There's no real comfort here. But if you forsake all and go with the direction the Christ will bring you. He says, do not be afraid. He's not just through the preach at a gospel that there's ways to catch men. Souls, women, chilled, whoever it may be, because it is at the feet of Jesus, we learn how to share the gospel. He will teach us. He will teach us, how is that? The more you are like Christ, and the more you love him, and the more you've been changed by him. He will speak of him more, wouldn't you? It will just flow out of him. It won't be like, okay, I've got to bring up the topic in the middle of our conversation. No, it will just naturally spring out of you. And how is that going to happen? Just what we saw at the beginning of our text with Jesus when he went to a deserted place. Time alone with God. That's what's going to shape your sharing of the gospel. Time alone. With God. Difference. There are people in this town who need the true and living savior. There are people in this town. They may be religious, they may come to church, but they may be launched, and they need to be brought in to this boat of the kingdom. 2023 is here. Will there be a mighty catch this year? I do not know. I do not know what's going to happen in the future. We may following Christ and looking to him, it may be time where there is no catch. But notice how he brings it in. Unexpectedly. But whatever the case is, if there's going to be any catch at all, it will be by God's power. If there's going to be anyone brought in, it will be by God's means. And that nest, we need to cast it far and wide, not just though the people we think will come to church, them, too. But everyone, even the person you may think, well, I don't even know if he's going to want to talk to me about this. That's scary biker guy, when you talk generalize, he's actually far nice
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Craig Shirley: No Potential Successor yet for McConnell
"They always say you can't beat somebody with nobody. Is there anyone within the 49 member GOP caucus who could get 25 votes so that Mitch McConnell is edged to the side? I don't know. You know, I don't have a broke my crystal ball site. I can't see in the future. But you raise an interesting point over the last question, which is that about a division in the Republican Party. This has happened. Unlike the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party since 1932 and Franklin Roosevelt the new deal has generally been the party of government and in fact big government. And they've been that way for the last 70, 80, 90 years. Whereas the Republican Party has gone for from being a me too party under Eisenhower to a revolutionary Conservative Party anti government party under Reagan. So the Republican Party has had many fights in many fishers over the many years. You had Eisenhower versus taft and Nixon versus Rockefeller and bold water versus Rockefeller and then Reagan versus Ford and again with the bushes who moved the party back toward a big government party. Is that these fights have gone along in the Republican Party? And I think we're going to see it again. The party is going subdivide itself and it's going to go through another evolutionary change and you're going to see more House members emerge as conservative leaders fighting for a conservative answer to Biden and big government and all the wasteful spending.
AP News Radio
Want to email your doctor? You may be charged for that
"It may be convenient to email or text your doctor about a medical concern, but don't be surprised if you start receiving bills for that service. The explosion of telehealth services, especially during the pandemic, prompted many doctors to switch to online visits and portal messaging. But some hospital systems around the country are now starting to build for those questions. The head of the American medical association says physicians are getting swamped with dozens of inquiries a day. Return messages can cost as little as $3 for Medicare patients. But up to $160 for those without insurance. Cynthia Fisher is the founder of patient rights advocate. She's concerned these new fees could be a barrier that denies medical access. I'm Jackie Quinn
The Crypto Basic
Cardano Founder Reacts As SBF Secret Funding To The Block News Outlet Comes To Light
"11 a.m. Saturday, December 10th, 2022. Cardano found a reacts as SPF secret funding to the block news outlet comes to light. Huskinson believes the funding is responsible for negative reports about cardano. In a recent report, CNN media analyst Sarah Fisher revealed that FTX founder, Sam bankman fried SPF secretly funded cryptocurrency news outlet the block, and its CEO Michael McCaffrey, for over a year, details of the funding, according to Fisher, the block CEO received three the post cardano founder reacts as SPF secret funding to the block news outlet comes to light first appeared on the crypto basic.
AP News Radio
Man who shot Lady Gaga's dog walker gets 21 years in prison
"The man who shot singer Lady Gaga's dog walker has been sentenced to 21 years in prison, and marches are a letter with the latest. The Los Angeles district attorney's office says James Howard Jackson had pleaded no contest last year to attempted murder in a violent robbery in February 2021. Prosecutors say Jackson was part of a group driving around Los Angeles looking for valuable French bulldogs to steal. Authorities say they shot Ryan Fisher and stole the dogs he was walking, which coincidentally belonged to Lady Gaga. The dogs were returned by a woman who was also charged in the crime.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Who Leads in Small Donations?
"Sweeping generalization time, senator, I have this morning because it's giving Tuesday. We've given I have given the fetching misses Hewitt and I have given to angel tree the banner of which is over at the top of Hugh Hewitt dot com. Semper 5 fun Fisher house in the Gary Denise foundation. That's because I lost the Ohio State Michigan bet to Larry though I contribute to all three of those organizations as well. So we are in the giving mode on giving Tuesday. But we also have a couple of churches to support one on each coast. Do you think that maybe Democrats lead in small donors because a lot of the Republican small donors are tithing first? I think that's a real possibility. I mean, regular churchgoers certainly tend to vote Republican and they understandably put their own churches first for political giving as I think is appropriate. It's also possible for you that just inflation by our voters a little bit more. Democratic voters is that our voters who are kind of normal working class to parent families struggle when inflation is at 8% year over year in a way that wealthy democratic donors and not just Hollywood, tycoons or Wall Street tycoons. But two couple income and the Washington D.C. area where one is a diversity consultant and one's a green energy lobbyist. They don't have the same kind of pinch of inflation that a lot of our Republican supporters across the country have. Now,
AP News Radio
From Bakke to Fisher, evolution of affirmative action cases
"The Supreme Court will take up affirmative action For the second time in 6 years the Supreme Court will take up the issue of affirmative action but the conservative majority is now generally expected to end the use of race in higher education admissions The court is hearing two cases involving the university of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Harvard the nation's oldest public and private universities respectively the challengers to the university's programs have lost at every step as lower courts have rejected their claims that the school discriminates against white and Asian American applicants a decision in both cases is not expected before late spring I'm Shelley Adler
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
How Church Leaders Aligned With Fauci to Discredit Experts
"Exactly did he do? Because I understand he has a lot of connections with many evangelical leaders some were even within the Southern Baptist convention. Yes, so early this year, I had released a report on all of the evangelical leaders, including people like Christianity today, editor in chief Russell Moore, Billy Graham center, director at stetzer, Tim teller, a lot of other big Rick Warren. Some other big names who had platformed Francis Collins to come on their podcast to do interviews with him to run stories, advocating for him basically saying he's a Christian brother, we need to listen to him and you can go back and find that old report. But that was the first story. And then this week, what popped up was that this organization that Francis Collins founded put out a statement called the love your neighbor get the shot statement. And this went even further because it was essentially a pledge that a variety of Christian leaders, including people like NT rights, very famous theologian, Christian author, Philip yancy, that one breaks my heart, Christianity today, CEO, Timothy dalrymple, some seminary president, veggie tales, creator, Bill Fisher. They all signed this document. And in it, they promised to actively promote accurate scientific information from trustworthy consensus sources and they promise to help counter misinformation and conspiracy theories from non consensus sources. And when
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Interviews the Attorney for Oath Keepers' Founder Stuart Rhodes
"Guys, there's a huge trial going on the oath keepers trial and I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast Ed tarpley, Ed's a criminal defense attorney from Louisiana. He's practiced law there for 42 years. In fact, he served as the district attorney in Louisiana from 1991 to 1997. He's one of the attorneys on the team representing Stuart roads Stewart Rhodes, the founder of the oath keepers. And welcome to the podcast. Thanks for joining me. A lot going on. I know in the courtroom and thanks for taking the time to step out and give us an update. How in your assessment is this trial going? And where is it at what stage are we at right now? Yeah, let me just say, first of all, that it's a pleasure to be on the podcast today. As you know, the local court rules prohibit me from discussing the evidence that's in the case that we have to be careful not to run astray of violating the local court rules. But there are many things I can tell you. First of all, I can say that we think the trial is going well. That we have an outstanding team of attorneys working on this case. I'm representing Stewart roads along with Bill linder with Phil lender and James Lee bright from Dallas, Texas, to outstanding lawyers, we have the other defendants, Kelly maggs has Stanley Woodward and Julie Halle from Washington, D.C., Ken harrelson, has Brad guy from New Jersey. Jessica Watkins has a Jonathan Chris from Pennsylvania and mister Thomas Caldwell has bay Fisher from Maryland. So we have a lot of outstanding attorneys on this case and we have a great camaraderie and rapport with each other. So I just think we have an outstanding team in this trial on behalf of the defense.
AP News Radio
Fisher excels in debut, Canha 2 HRs, Mets rally past Phils
"Mark Cana built a pair of home runs including the game winner in the top of the 9th inning to give the mets a ten 9 win over the Phillies New York trail 7 four on the top of the 7th when Canada tied the game with a three run home run his game winning two run shot came after Philadelphia had taken an 8 7 lead in the bottom of the 8th on a pinch hit home run by Jean Segura I feel like I haven't had too many big clutch moments like that this year So it's finally it's nice to finally get one Alec bone had a pair of three run home runs for the fills in the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia
Richard Fisher Calls out Nancy Pelosi's Insider Trading
"Richard Fisher Federal Reserve bank president was on CNBC yesterday I had tipped daily caller He's taken a look at this And here's what he says Cut 11 go With regard to the House and the Senate clearly people have taken advantage of inside information forever I'm not against their Tapping that down And I'm sorry to see that Paul Pelosi of Nancy Pelosi and others are appear it's all up here it's right now We don't know the facts to have taken advantage of inside information So something needs to be done Yes perhaps they should be taken out in handcuffs I'm sure the Democrat hack U.S. attorney in Washington D.C. will take a very close look at this I mean it is staring him in the face It is right there in his jurisdiction You don't even need to S.W.A.T. team Now we need a S.W.A.T. team
AP News Radio
Public warned against infant rockers for sleep after 14 deaths
"U.S. regulators are warning of infant deaths with some Fisher price rockers The consumer product safety commission in Fisher price are telling parents not to let their infants fall asleep in the rockers 13 infants died in the rockers between 2009 and last year The deaths occurred when they fell asleep in the infant to toddler and newborn the toddler rockers both Fisher price and product safety regulators say the rockers should never be used for sleep and infants should never be left unsupervised or
AP News Radio
Surfer helps families honor loved ones with 'one last wave'
"A surfer is helping families honor loved ones with one last wave When Dan Fisher catches a wave along the shores of Newport Rhode Island he pays tribute to his dad who died three years ago by writing his name on his surfboard When I felt deeply connected to him seeing his name on the board I decided to open it up to the world but I didn't have any expectations that it would resonate that it has Fisher created the one last wave project to use the healing power of the ocean to help families coping with loss We're going to put on kinley Sexton's name She was 6 years old when she passed away He then takes the board out and gives these people in spirit one last wave So when I look down and I see the water washing over their names I feel them close to me I feel as if they're out there with me on the board experiencing something that was so meaningful to them Fisher's first two boards are full of names He's working on a third I'm Ed
The Paul Finebaum Show
"fisher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We have spring football coming up on Saturday, the university of Kentucky at one auburn and Texas a and M at 2 p.m.. Okay, we are going to talk to coach Fisher in just a moment. We will continue to take your phone calls at 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5 and we're looking forward to talking to you coach Fisher because since we have visited with him last, so much has been made out of the dominance of Texas a and M in the past recruiting class, which doesn't seem to end. Let's welcome the coach to the program coach. Very, very, very good to have you on. I know your game is coming up. We'll talk about that in a minute, but how are you? Doing well, Paul, how are you doing, buddy? We're doing great. And I know you've got a lot going on in your life, but you have become such an interesting target in college football now, because of your success in recruiting and you've responded to it in the past, but I'm just curious and I think everyone is how you are now coping with this role as somewhat of the villain of college football because of the success of your past recruiting class. I don't know if I'm the villain hero, whatever it is. I don't have social media, so that's up to them. So it doesn't matter to me when he's trying to get the players in here. We need to get into our fast going a great job of recruiting and hopefully putting together a great team. Coach, I know I know you're moving ahead and you got a season to prepare for and spring football to wrap up. But and you've addressed it a couple of months ago, but do you feel like will it calm down or do you think that's just the price of being successful in recruiting? Well, I don't know, I hope to be successful in recruiting with successful in the field like the work two years ago and in the top four and doing the things we got to do. I mean, that's up to somebody else. We're just going to do what we do and we're going to recruit. We're going to coach. We're going to play and hopefully we'll put you into play well and grow and grow this program into a national championship program and do the things we have to do. And whatever they have to say, they have to say and like I said, there's issues in college football that's for sure. And but you know, we're doing things the right way. And the way they should be and we got a tremendous university in tremendous staff to put together and that tremendous academic tremendous university to sell and everything's going well right now. Let's talk about what you've seen on the practice field leading into the game Saturday. How would you describe your spring? Growing? I think that a lot of young players had some older guys at seasoning and injuries at the end of last year that were out which is you hopefully that way they'll be healthy in the fall, but a lot of our young players are new players and we have 12 of the new freshmen coming in. I think they're all doing really well. All making a good push in different positions, really learning some guys last year some of our leadership guys have really taken the leadership role and started taking over the program or three quarterbacks, I think, are playing really well. Keep growing each and every day. We're developing those young linemen, the young D lineman that's in the linebackers in which we're at. And I've been very pleased with, I mean, you have ups and downs of spring, but it's a lot of teaching. It's a lot of putting guys in situations to see how they react and a lot of fundamental work to not only in your schemes, but just in technique and alignment to things of that nature and new schemes that you may put in a little bit more in the fall. So pleasant spring, I liked it. I mean, guys are working hard, hopefully we'll stay injury free and get through to spring game. These next two practices do well. Coach, I know this is a question that will continue long after spring in relation to the quarterback situation. And whether there has been any separation yet now, I mean, I think it's too early. I think there's so much learning going on right now. You've got two guys who have never been a program in max Johnson and Connor wagman who are both grass to system extremely well having great days, so in the football, they're talented. It's definitely there. It's elevating our team, Haynes has really pushing himself as great to have him back full steam since we got the injured last year. I think he's taking a great role in leadership rolling in that regard. And those guys, they just battle back and forth and they keep raising each other's game and each brings some different things to the table, but a lot of very similar. I mean, I say max is a much better athlete than people talk about and I think Haynes and Ames definitely throws up all much better than because you always think of him as an athlete and young Connor wigman who I'm very high on. I think is an excellent excellent player and we know it has all the tools to be a great player. So it's been fun and they age and we rotate them with different groups and ones and twos and I got to meet you in there to interact with different kinds of guys and I think that's important too to see how they lead the older guys, the younger guys and I always say great quarterbacks could find a way to move the ball with whoever's in the game. And those guys are experiencing that right now and I think very pleased with whether development is right now. Talking to cochin Bo Fisher of Texas a and M as the aggies get ready for the spring coach when spring ends, what will be left for you to decide when you next bring this group back before the season? What will be at stake that hasn't already been determined? Well, it'll be a lot to be determined. I mean, I always say this, you have spring heroes and yet with ball ball star, that's the real ball. I say that. I mean, you have your footprint on things and spring ball is extremely important, but you've got to what you do in the summer. I think the tremendous strategy you make right now from the rest of school was out here, which is the beginning of May, and then all the way through your summer program, those guys that are lifting or running, but more importantly, those schematics in the scheme,.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"fisher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Going to win. You can't get outcome already and I think we did early and we were mature enough to get out of it and be able to come back and win the game and I think that's gonna be a big part of this game a month. Talking to Jimbo Fisher and you're the only person in the world that can talk about beating Nick Saban in terms of one of his former assistants. And we make so much out of that coach. You've heard it before. You know, some caller calls into a talk show. Why do I think Alabama is going to win because of Nick Saban? Let me ask you what kind of a stupid silly question, but what difference is Nick Saban making these games? Well, I think he's done it before. The trust factor that is, I always say this. You gotta trust everybody. Trust your teammates, trust your team, trust everything. But the hardest person in the world to trust is yourself. And then you've got to trust the guy who's giving you the instruction. Do you really, really trust the guy who's running the show? Has he done it before? Has he helped me? And I think his experience is success, his track record makes a difference. It's not that he has magical answers, as if the guys believe in the system and the philosophies and what he does make the adjustments or he does makes a call, they can do them and they trust because he's done it before, and his history is holding that. Nick has been there, he's got experience, and he's had enough experience in success that he's comfortable in his own skin to be able to do that. I remember early when we won our first national championship when I was with him. I mean, and he's grown so much from him. I don't mean that as a negative. I mean, he had all those ingredients, but it was times like now he saved a lot more relaxed and comfortable in his situation. It wasn't always like that. And he had to imagine when we had him, we won the first one. I mean, there was a lot of that. But I think the players over time have understand them with Nick says it. It's for the best of us and we can win. And there's a trust factor there, and I think is really critical to coaches who've had a lot of success. With Jimbo Fisher, a couple of other questions, coach. NIL is all over the place. And I'm sure you don't peruse the social media boards, but there's so much craziness out there, including involving your own program about a payroll to keep and I say that satirically. But can you address where we are today with NIL? I saw my show by that article. And we're going to raise $30 million for one class. Lord almighty. That's more than enough. I mean, this is a joke. I mean, it's crazy, but at the same time, NIO is very, we can't guarantee it. Our coaches and we have nothing to do with that. And here's the outside companies and things. And I always get way overblown. There's got to be a reason for everything it's the new thing, Paul. It is not as relevant as people think it is. Is there an opportunity that's going to be all the time? You're in the state of Texas? You have great business. You have great economy. And you're going to be having a California having Hollywood, you have them in New York, you haven't been Florida, you have in mind. You have them everywhere. Other big pro, everybody's the same. Like I said before, everybody's making a deal that somebody gets a $50,000 and IM deal. What about the guy who used to get $50,000 bag dropped off in his house? It was just under the table. No one talked about back in the day. That was a big part of recruiting forever. But NIO is not as big as people make it out to be as their opportunities out there. Yes. And it's all new for us coaches, too. We're not involved setting those up or have any part of that. And for some of the stories and things that go on, as you say, folklore is a lot bigger than the truth. I promise you that. Yeah, and I know you can't shoot down every article. But it appears somewhere and then it gets disseminated and then brought right back as truth, does it not? Well, if it's written on the Internet, it's true, right? Right. Whoever's in charge and whoever says that, if you're talking at your line, if it's written on the Internet by somebody who doesn't claim it, it has no facts or no verification. It's always a 100% truth. We know that from everything you say on your show, you're on your show, you're lying. It's got to be printed on the Internet on social media for it to be true. A lot of truth in that. Before you go, I would like to address the disappointment of not playing in the postseason, a lot of has been said about that, but we haven't had a chance to hear it from you. Yeah, I mean, listen, there's no one want to play more than me. It's a great chance. Like I said, we had some injuries, and we had a couple opt outs. We didn't have we had a few opt outs. We had a great team coming. I was looking at four to play in a lot of younger guys, getting into ball game. I love Volga. Had great success in ball games. We love going for the kids to have a whole week for us to take that opportunity away from these kids. It's a shank. But at the same time, we had 8 opt outs. We had 12 full season injuries, and then we had 27 guys that had it, and that's we didn't get to practice for three days. Each day we would have four 6, 7 that kept multiplying once we're together. We couldn't get back together to practice. And then once guys went home, we had another 6 to 8 guys called and said, we tested positive at home because we get sick after that. We would have had under 30 players to play the game. We had one corner, one safety, two linebackers. We had one walk on quarterback. We had two receivers. We had, and some of our we had no way to have a special team. I mean, it was just, it was no win. There was any way we could have played our promise you. We would have played the game in one to play the game, but I hate giving up Vogue. I love ball games. I think I'm as big a traditionalist as there is in college football about the importance of ball games for the kids, the players and the families. And it was a shame, and I'm extremely disappointed. We weren't able to play. Jimbo Fisher, not only is he a great coach, he'll be a TV star on Monday at night. Coach, thank you for being here. Look forward to watching. And look forward to seeing you soon. When I retire, I'm coming for your job. You will be taking a pay cut. I promise you. Jimbo Fisher. Do you want to go from College Station?.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Executive Director Josh Abbotoy Tells Us About American Reformer
"Folks. I'm talking to Josh ABBA toy. He is the executive director I neglected to mention earlier of American reformer American reformer dot org. Tell us Josh, what is American reformer? Thanks, Eric. American reformer is a journal for Protestant civic and cultural engagement. We launched this Nate Fisher and Aaron wren are the two individuals that launched this over the summer. I joined about two months ago. I was so compelled by the vision. The idea is that Protestant Christians need their own platform for strong emerging voices who take a rigorous approach to the important cultural issues of the day. So you probably are aware of some great magazines that already do this with a broader platform like first things publications like that. We love those publications, but we also sat down and said, okay, we also need to be intentionally cultivating the next generation of thought leaders from the Protestant circles, right? We love our Catholic brethren. But in some ways, the discussion is sometimes more advanced among Catholics. And we want to be encouraging protestants to be engaging on these issues at a very thoughtful level. So that's what we're doing. But it's all with an action orientation. So we want to be writing for people who are in positions to make changes. So pastors, seminary students, seminary professors, lay leaders and people of influence in their local churches. That's really our core
The Paul Finebaum Show
"fisher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Focus in the present and do the next right thing the right way. And over the course of the season, we obviously the two games we won, we fought tooth and nail, and we were able to stage comebacks. And when through adversity, I think, as we got into the SEC schedule, we were able to show improvement, though not in wins and ultimately that's what we're here to do. So there was progress made. Obviously, it wasn't where we wanted to be. We understood coming into this that we had a challenge ahead. I'm proud of the way the guys stayed in the fight. I'm proud of the way they got back in the fire each week. I think we have a healthy amount of turnover from year one to year two. And I believe that, again, with the addition of the pieces that we're adding and recruiting, we have to a chance to be exponentially better heading into next fall. And that's going to require starting now, you know, attention to all the areas we need to improve upon and immersion in our systems and a deeper development and to not just what we do. Year one was about what we do, year two is about how we do it and why we do it. And I think with attention and focus in those areas, we have a chance to dramatically improve our product. We're talking to coach Lee. Coach finally, there's no easy way to put on a blackboard or even in this conversation, we can get there when. But how long does it take? Well, you know, when you talk about how long does it take, you know, I think it's a matter of what you're measuring your endpoint to be. How long does it take to reach the potential of this program? Well, we got our site set on great heights. And so we don't recruit to a program where we say, we're just going to try to be competitive. We recruit to a program where we say we're here to win the SEC. And so for us, it's a matter of focusing on the present focusing on the day to today to make sure we're doing all the little things we can do in the moment to deliver those results. And so how long does it take? When do we get there? What's the destination? What I know we want to be as better today than we were yesterday, better tomorrow than we were today. And if we can take that mindset and multiply it and replicate it and moving forward, I think we have to have a chance to feel a good team this fall. And a lot of work has to do has to go into from this point until then. But we've got a good staff. We've got a good group of players and now we've added a group of recruits that we feel like can help deliver the results that we want with a little more immune. The head coach at vandy Vanderbilt as we begin to wrap up recruiting to coach many, many thanks for stopping by. We will see you soon. Hey, thanks, Paul. Great to be with you. Thank you so much. The coach and dander belt back to back with Jimbo Fisher. And we will take a break. More coaches around the corner, including Shane beamer and Brian and your phone calls..
AP News Radio
Man who traveled to space on Blue Origin flight dies in plane crash
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a man who went to space with William Shatner dies in a plane crash Glenn M. to breeze to travel to space with William Shatner in October was killed in a small plane crashed Thursday in northern New Jersey state police say the forty nine year old to freeze and fifty four year old Thomas P. Fisher were aboard a single engine Cessna one seventy two that went down Thursday afternoon the breeze was an instrument rated private pilot ed Fisher owned a flight school authorities did not say who was piloting the aircraft the breeze Shatner and two others took a ten minute flight to the edge of space on October thirteenth aboard blue origin's new Shepard spacecraft hi
The Paul Finebaum Show
"fisher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"To keep espn at the top visit. Ibkr dot com slash fantasy football to learn more. We are back really looking forward to our next guest. He'll be part of one of the most eagerly anticipated match up to the year in the sec. When arkansas takes on texas. Am in arlington coach. Jimbo fisher welcome to the program I know it's been somewhat of a bizarre couple of weeks but you look pretty good though no worst aware. How are you doing well. This ain't i always beginning of a new season. Is your evolving your team developing your team. And the things you do. Well you do poorly and coaching them up. And you know watching this team evolve can be. I heard you after the game. I think it was after the game when Somebody was talking about the potential for this team. And you didn't seem to take too kindly to that word and for those who miss it. I wouldn't mind you explaining that description of your team because you said it reflects on everything does potential as the potential made you have ability. But you haven't done it yet. That means you need to consistently play a better in a higher level and potential can be a great word in the beginning but it can be it can be very detrimental word as you keep progressing along in the season and we're three games and we're we're nowhere near a perfect team and we're always the hopefully evolving each and every week but you don't want potential attached to you. Want to see progress attached to you. You're undefeated you've got quite a stretch. But whatever knew that would that would be the case. But i'm curious about your thoughts on the quarterback situation. You lost your starter. You have a young man who came in and did lead you to a tough victory. How do you feel about the offense right now. Under zodda existence that can get the ball all parts of the field. He came in a very tough situation and cholera. Got thrown into it and we didn't play well around him. Either it was. It was not just him. It was magnified because of him Receivers tied enzo line. Run mean different guys but then he was able to really pull it back in the last two drives. He had that football game was really remarkable. With the way we were playing in that. See that gives me tons of hope. And then i thought he played a very solid football game last. We'll get one mistake with a pick. But he made three touchdown throws kubwa really outstanding. Good on third down managed the game. I thought played a very very solid game is progressing very well listen. He has ability to beach with his legs and he can definitely get the ball to all parts of the field with his arm. Let's turn the page to this week. And i don't think you've missed. Maybe maybe weren't paying attention but you are now what arkansas has been doing in your assessment of what you've seen of them. Well you know it's funny each and every team across the country this year. It's kind of. I say a different year. Everybody's trying to find their legs. Arkansas found him either one of the few teams that have played very solidly all three games. They're running the ball exceptionally well. You saw what they did in texas game and other games in which they played very good ground. Ground game quarterback jefferson's doing now standing job of getting the ball down hitting so many big plays receivers or athletic tight ends a good player Backs can run it. Defensively barry always done a great job. Barry mixes three down front. Four down fronts blitzes multiple coverages and that team is playing very physical. They're playing very hard to play. Very disciplined and wrestle. Teams are very. Well so i mean they're playing in all three phases right now well into the country. You'd say everyone in your career winning a national championship being in the playoffs playing for titles. I i'm curious about you'd mentioned barrio. Open because a lot of people have really Painted a very positive picture of him if somebody that has gone against the best everywhere what is it like to go against him very multiple. I mean he makes you dot is and cross t.'s. I mean he's a zone guy. He's a man guy he's a blitz guy. He's a three down guy he's a four down guy and the multiplicity of things he makes you think as a play collar but he makes your kids think on the field because of how you have to set your system up and i think he does a really good job of that coach. I know you can only focus on what is ahead but As a fan as somebody. Who's in this league. I'm sure you you look around when you have a minute to. And i'm curious just overall because we've seen already we're we're just three weeks into the season so many bizarre things happen. What's going on here. I think you're into a new world now. I think you know you're into a transfer of puerto world so teams are going to change drastically good and bad. Some guy's gonna leave play teams other teams going to get new guys so i think the different groups of people always coming together. I think you're now. I think all your name image and likeness things. I think it's a new thing for all these kids to handle and deal with. And i know it's great for them to get it but it's a lot more added pressure in other added things to to what they've got going on and i is this landscape of college football constantly changes. I think the kids are going to have to just think. That's what you see. And i think you know you're getting really good performances and then you a little bit of inconsistency and certain areas but in the teen talented are still finding ways to win. But i think that's part of the new world in which we're going to be in part of it in my opinion in college football from now this. There's also an expectation and you'd be you've been there You know having the defending national champion. You know how tough it is and you you. You went the whole season without a loss until the end. And we see this whether it's a clemson whether it's alabama ohio state oklahoma it just seems like these teams that we have. The the bullet bull's eye on their back are struggling this season. So far this and here's the other thing guys. Don't stay in school as long anymore. So you're getting a ton of guys are hitting at junior thing and they're leaving and going to the wall of a sudden you're playing freshman and sophomores and this even though they're very talented that doesn't mean they can handle all the situations distress the game management situations of game.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"fisher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Even stay late if you haven't gotten your calling. Thanks for being a part of the program. What a weekend and what a day it is to react. Let's get right to it. And then your phone calls here in just a moment. Alabama and florida. dan mullen alabama. I hope we play them really soon. Check the schedule. I don't see an opening until first saturday. In december could it happen maybe alabama was outrushed by one hundred fifty four yards in its win versus florida. It's second worst margin in fifteen seasons under nick saban. The only team with a larger margin was arkansas. Oh seven backfield included mcfadden felix jones and peyton hillis we. I'm going to save time. Because i want to hear from you. But i think everything that has been said speaks for itself about what happened in the swamp. I heard from a pretty prominent player From the alabama side yesterday and he said i didn't realize it was going to be that loud well yes it was that loud and it was deafening on all accounts and a pretty amazing performance by the florida gators. Meanwhile oh alabama want to Clemson ohio state slip in. Ap top twenty five despite wins. Yeah those are two programs that are heading in the wrong direction and with the blue bloods looking mortal. Is this a year for a big shocker. Pizza will joining us in a few minutes to on that might be most losses by rank teams in the first three weeks of the season. We'll welcome to twenty one. Next year was oh five sixteen had a bunch of ninety eight. We're only three weeks into the season. Big twelve they're doing okay. Esi pac twelve is not. Can't wait for the more alliance games so that number can even be worse. So there's so much react to over the weekend not only alabama but auburn going to happy valley The mississippi state memphis game. Yeah we're here for all your calls me while aggies up next for arkansas. Their average who said that who would dare say their average. We're playing very average. I mean i mean we're we're much more capable what we can do but doesn't potential doesn't potential is the worst thing you can have mean. Jane doesn't it. I hate to work potential. Somebody said you've got a potential to have a good tan drives me nuts. I mean. I'm not coaching right. And they're not playing right. We gotta get better and all those aspects and we got we gotta grow up across the board and everything. We do play with much more consistency as a team and learned to play off each other. Okay well we'll talk to jimbo fisher in twenty six minutes and get his take on the big razor by game pizza animal from yahu mcelroy on the alabama game and teo l. boys later on officiating. It was a story over the weekend. The sec releasing a few statements clarification mix up both in penn state and in memphis the memphis. Where have you heard about this. Just what we're going to show you. That's kind of hard to describe what let's let's video speak for itself memphis leading. Twenty one seventeen You kinda gotta give this guy credit. He just walked in there. So you know what i think. I'll pick the ball up all run. It ninety some odd yards and see if anyone notices. Nobody did until until after the game when the sec issued Multiple statements the sec. Officiating pr person was busy on saturday. Let's get to your phone calls. Eight five five two four two seven two eight five. We start with john in louisville. Hello john good afternoon comment some the gains and get your crystal ball thoughts on the playoffs. But i wanted to just complimentary on your interview with Or king last week. Grace and dignity Just so positive and Kinda stood in stark contrast to the usual suspect. Callers who liked the disparaging denigrate other callers. I mean he was just class for those who miss it Horace was part of a group Honored by the university of georgia on the anniversary of the those four breaking the color barrier in athens and He was spectacular. I'm glad you. I'm glad you Made mention of that so impressed by I wanted to see if alabama was good having played A band miami team in mercer there now and i was wondering good. Florida was while i was so impressed. Auburn impressed those were great gains in georgia. Look real you know. Well balanced I thought and so you know. I i'd like you. I came away with thinking. Well if all Clemson can get us two hundred and eighty four yards and Offense they're not much and always you gave up another five hundred yards in defense so and say look forward of course oklahoma. You know. I think oklahoma did one thing. They say the nebraska coach job for at least four weeks. So as i look ahead. Just you know. Just making some assumptions. I wanted to get your thoughts. I think alabama and georgia will run the table and one of the two will lose out the finals. And then i look at oklahoma and oregon Who have easy schedules. Oklahoma texas may have been there tough as a match. That's gone in oregon. Ucla been their toughest match. And that's gone so i see them being undefeated. So i see those is the final four although notre dame as bad as they are may run the table because of an easy schedule. But i totally see clinton issue out at this time with one loss record. Do you think it'll be a one loss team. In the final four notre dame will be out by the way notre dame runs the table. Don't don't sleep on their schedule. They have wisconsin this week in cincinnati. Next and i blew it. Then those are those are in you. Know i think notre dame has a pretty formidable schedule quite frankly With north carolina on there and stanford late. I mean they they really i. I will be surprised. Notre dame survives out schedule. But if they do. I would have no problem putting notre dame in i kinda some of those Teams because North carolina. certainly. Turn things around this weekend. And i forgotten about wisconsin. You're right paul by the way Cincinnati is a team That a lot of folks has a legitimate shot at getting into the playoffs. And if they can beat notre dame that is going to be one of the biggest wins ever for them. Hey thank you very much for the call. Eddie is in florida. You're on the air. Paul thanks for taking my call man. What a great game road damn tied a. What a great game in we. Hey let me just say this. I know you're gonna have a lot of college calling in panic involved. I am not worried about. We are good or right for we supposed to be neat. Hate to break it to you. But that's that's a pretty much the say delusional response there. If you take a good look at the way the alabama defense performed and coached opo april for some reason. You're breaking up which is a good thing to do right now but breaking his hard to do especially when you can't see the forest for the trees i'm not i'm not suggesting alabama's gonna lose. I'm just suggesting that they have issues and florida. Blue them up in those in those vulnerable issues that we had been told. We're no longer going to be there. They have some issues That need to be corrected or otherwise The eddie's of the world will be jumping off bridges. Soon we are heading to a break. Eight five five two four two seven two eight five. That is our number jimbo fisher bottom of the hour all aboard and what. What was the train that was supposed to be running through here today. The shane train. How's that doing..
What Is the Value of a College Degree?
"Hi brian. Thanks for coming on the newsworthy fisher. I appreciate it. So i let me just ask. What's your take on the value of a college degree in today's world. Shoot we wanna value in having that college degree but when it comes to employment and job opportunities in some ways it's becoming less valuable because of how competitive the labor market is become as you look up and down the labor market from not just hourly employees retail employees but salaried up and down the continuum what companies are finding is that there's not enough people for all of the jobs that they want to hire for so one. They're relaxing a lot of the historical constraints that they've had on the jobs that they're hiring for and that includes things like previous experience educational certifications and different degrees. That people have had so a lot of companies in particular across the last two or three years have been relaxing many of those constraints. The other thing that's going on is that for people that might have some of those degrees or experiences or whatever it may be. They're also able to ask for more money in the labor market so the other reason why companies are expanding their horizon of who to hire. Is that for people without college degrees. They're able to find that job and they're willing to extend an offer them. But perhaps at a slightly lower compensation level than people who do have a college degree
Death of a Film Star
"fisher" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Into biting monologues or crack whip. Smart one liners because they know her wit is precious and precise something they can't muster fora in the writer's room they right on the final day shooting just in time for christmas backing los angeles carries mother. Debbie has the table set and the menu planned before she leaves. Carry invites are costa over for a meal. She invites a writer to salman rushdie. He's a booker prize. Went a deep thinker. But there's also a two and a half million pound bounty on his head started by iran supreme leader in the eighties. Is the prices paid for a book. That's accused of blasphemy. Carry doesn't care about that. She knows he can laugh at himself. Sheehan's up presence over the meal. She gives a coastal an antique cocktail. Stakeholder he's thoughtful elegant classy. I'm what does she give salman a pair of chocolate breasts the next morning. She boards a flight at heathrow apple. She turns left into first class and heads home to los angeles with a french bulldog. Gary on the seat next to her. She sleeps for most of the flight. She's tired. she's worked hard in london. She's played hard to heroin. An indiana still lena system as she flies over the atlantic they float through her bloodstream. They squeezed through arteries fifteen minutes. Before landing she wakes with a start she vomits and gasps. She can't breathe. She's having a heart attack a nurse on the flight russia's forward to pump her chest and try mouth-to-mouth resuscitation the kiss of life as soon as they land a fire truck screeches onto the runway to meet the plane and carries rushed to hospital for three days. The world has nothing from inside the ward carried teeters between life and death then finally she slips away across town a tables laid it has been for weeks sparkling silver cutlery stark white plates wine glasses. It's ready for christmas. Party with three generations and all the trimmings but christmas day has passed and the room lies silent. It's debbie's home and one of the places is set for carry. Debbie can't bring herself to serve the meal or to put away the plates. She's in shock in grief. She's trapped in time. The future drained of color. The past fading from memory she tells her son of the aac. The painful longing. Debbie says this. I miss us so much. I want to be with kerry and just a few hours later. Her body follows her mind points. Debbie suffers a stroke. She dies aged eighty four just a day.
Death of a Film Star
"fisher" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"What you'd expect there in a green and yellow captial people at once twice zoom in his todd explains to a reporter that it's a giant prozac pill carry bought a few years ago. He says she loved it. They couldn't find anything else appropriate to put her in carry it like it and carry keeps making us think to a couple of weeks later the day. After president trump's inauguration nearly half a million people march on washington another four million doing the same thing across the united states more around the world. It's the first women's march there are assigns how made from the heart ones that particular funny bone while landing a punch right on the chin. And there's one that keeps cropping up the role of it different so drawn by hand. Some repurpose darnall poster. Some covert in angry scrolls others in playful bubble writing. What the image is always. The same is carry. It's layer the white dress the hair and the same phrase. A woman's place is in the resistance. No one's underestimating. Carry now this episode of death of a film star was written by mike henson and performed by me an car. It was edited by charlie frost for research. We read from carrie. Fisher's excellent box wishful drinking and the princess. Diarist as well as sheila. While as carrie fisher a life on the edge we also read from the archives of los angeles magazine national geographic the guardian and the la times. The music we used is from hotness bmg production music. If you want another podcast listen to.
Death of a Film Star
"fisher" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Right now. He's kind is a rolled and his mop of black hair is draped across the floor. The nurses rush to help him wiping his brow and whispering reassuringly and his air. And all this time carry swaddled in warm white towels bellowing barely seen. This is what carry writes about her birth. What i arrived. i was virtually unattended. And i've been trying to make up for that fact everson's for the fishes family. Life is just a brief pause before show-business resumes. It's the backstage where mistakes i made all the insecurities and imperfections happen at home. Nerves fraying tempers flare. Eddie gets high on unfetter means he gets furious as the horseys backed loses him another fortune but then as carrie watches debbie and eddie swan into the spotlight composed cool at ease putting on an act as easily as an evening gown. Most evenings carry watches. A mother get ready. She sees her preening eyelashes primping. Hair powder every inch of exposed skin. She sees the transformation from the go who grew up in a shack in texas to a woman who lights up the glitziest of hollywood parties and carry. Thanks val the her someday and so carry weights. She waits for some magic to make her over just like a mom but it never does and she decides she developed something else. She thinks if she's not going to be pretty maybe she could be funny or smart so she plows through piles of books ethic tales with countless characters and fitting endings where justice is served and jews paid. She reads dickens and dostoevsky and she writes journals. Poems letters is her escape on she needs but real escape that one common till she seventeen. She's in vegas now has been for two years. She's wearing sequins. A fixed smile another face in the chorus line behind mother. She's part of the backdrop to debbie's one woman a song dance. jope show. That leaves little room for anyone else to shine. What carries spotted a chance to make her own life to get away from the spotlight and escape the pressure. She tells debbie about a drama course. In london she talks of the stage and shakespeare so different to a parent stardom so w signs the check and carry crosses the atlantic and changes her life forever at first the so much freedom from parents. From the public from a scrutiny. That wouldn't let up in london. The daughter of debbie reynolds doesn't mean a thing so she sharpens addiction. Slips into new accidents tries to unlock new emotions on our course and new experiences and downtime she sips pints and plays pool then one christmas she reads for pop a little low fi movie thing film just up the train line in north london a friends joked that the title star wars sounds like. It's about a parents about debbie. Eddie and the wreckage of their marriage but star wars is no small thing star. Wars is serious business. We'll get back to that after this short break. Hello i'm all incoming. And i have a new podcast called an incoming shelves you see. I have quite a few shows in my house. That are sort of a museum of my life in each episode. I'm going to take an item off my shelves. Tell you why it's there in the first place then starts talk about my memories of it and then i chat with a friend who's involved in those memories. I've spoken to in mckellen about ham bracelet that he bought me on a nudist beach visited together cindy lauper by appear white leather gloves. I won't on broadway and even get to hear jerry halliwell talk about my spice girls lunchbox and that is not a euphemism. I have some really amazing guests coming onto chat. So i just hope you will join me and all you have to do to do. That is to search for allen. Cummings shelves whatever you get your podcasts. From season want the high stakes staff. The believe the hype stuff the criminally good emotional roller coaster can't believe what you're seeing stuff you know the good stuff. Amc plus has it. All can't wait for the beginning of the end. Watch only episodes of the walking dead one week early to be chilled to the core set sail with the north water. A thrilling arctic. Drama starring jack o'connell and colin farrell plus uncovered gripping true crime content ad free and on demand expect the epoch with amc plus sign up today at amc plus dot com mc. Plus only the good stuff carey sees yourself everywhere now as a shampoo bottle as a sweet dispenser on a watch face in a board game as a figurine everywhere always with those pigtails. Co the around ahead because star. Wars is big and not just at the box office the director george lucas. A deal as the film's being finished. Instead of taking a higher salary he takes more control of the sequels storylines and merchandising rights. The studio thinks of saint themselves a couple hundred thousand dollars for george is making billions. Normally merchandising is a small studio suite. noth- little book to the bottom line. We'll see more. But george has a different vision. A star wars branded existence from breakfast to bedtime. A child can take that favourite film with them. It changes hollywood's business model. It makes him a fortune but it makes carry nothing in fact she joked she has to pay george every time she looks in the mirror because he cashes in on a likeness so much carry sees layer everywhere but she never knows where she will find carry because she split between two personalities. To polar opposites. She nicknames them. One is rollicking roy. A high rolling high living party animal. The river is sediment pam pam sinks quietly into misery and loneliness. It's roy on the set of the star wars sequel empire strikes back. It's roy rucks out a line of cocaine in an underground bunker on a faraway ice planet. It's roy who sniffs long and deep and spits out thoughts as fast as their mind can generate them. And it's roy who books airplane tickets on. 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Now she dates murray's divorces and dates again singer-songwriter. Paul simon a doomed dive of relationship then mutual addictions eventually breaking apart. The buns carries getting a reputation on screen and off. She struggles to escape layer a role like that moxie and sundays. She struggles to get up at all but quietly in the down moments and the manic ones as well. She writes the desire still there as a teenager. It was an escape from debbie. Eddie in the swirl of celebrity and now it exerts controlled it sought the madness of in a life an outer existence. It's a of the drugs that support a one minute and swiped the rogue from under the next and it's also brilliant. There's no shane no filter. Now patta choose. She's brutally honest and bracingly. Funny she punches egos and reveals her own weaknesses. It's stylish and cover and for those unable to see beyond the innocent teenager or the space princess. It's totally unexpected. Debut novel it's a best seller from out the blue. It's the tale of an actress. Who's a recovering addict and her relationship with a disapproving mother. Carrie dozen bother to hide that it's based on her and she shares more. She shares her mental health diagnosis that she's got bipolar disorder. She puts out there when there is a very unfriendly place. An era when weakness is exploited. Greed is good and sharing stories of mental health. Just isn't done book. Carry speaks about it without shame and with humor as something that's happening to but could just as easily happen to you. She doesn't whisper about a mental health. She doesn't give a mystique doesn't deserve she tells it strain. She says i'm mentally ill. I can say that. I'm not shamed that i survived that i'm still surviving. Bring it on that a main than you..
Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast
"fisher" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast
"That's an internal joke. Yes yes for people who don't understand well next all righty well. The thing is Is thought i know everything about you through. But it appears i don't because you send you your resume so so I have to ask you know. what do you feel that you're bringing to this company. You see yourself in five years. Probably doing the same things probably. Yeah well as there's an english expression jack-of-all-trades mom's not going to say what my strength was. I'd probably say it's the writing is my strongest side. And that's the bit. I've been doing the longest. I started writing for for commodore force. When i was seventeen. That's that's that's been the longest part of it but that was the reason i started writing combine forces because i devote my skills commodore sixty four So but i. I was already starting to do. Music was already starting to do some machine code programming. And you'd be quite a bit on the technical side about the machine and also particularly. Gee us i was working with the. Go club uk for for or shoes as well. So i had just point and it's only built from that. What people don't know the way i got to know n. Through was actually that. I had a phone call with alex freeze from from christmas in the netherlands. And i said i'm planning to do this. Magazine that unites the americans and the europeans. And i'm looking for skilled people and people send me affects the names act of people and addresses and phone numbers and and and your trespass on the most importantly you had a fax machine in your house in ninety eight ninety eight ninety nine. We had a fax machine in the ninety s. Facts was still stanks. Okay sure at least you. In germany and Several occasions like banks but only communicate with customers over effects or certain doctors and stuff anyways way. So what what. Alexey free said about you. Andrew that you are a magic roundabout because you can do coat crafts and music so actually wrote to you and you will you answer me pretty quickly. And then you and people liberty which is the group. That's what i took over back in ninety nine because the original leader was no longer interested in keeping going. And this is how i got to know and fisher.
The Managing Partners Podcast
"fisher" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Once again with the managing partners podcast and today. I have britney with me. Hey britney how's it going. Well thank you got it. I love your outfit and the chair behind. You already commented before we went live about the chair. Just gray colors. Thank you so much. I really like fashion as well. So i love color in pops of at a great there. You go yeah. I'm just wondering a boring blue. Well hey britney. I appreciate your time. Would you mind sharing a little bit about yourself. And what your firm us. Yeah absolutely so. Thanks for having me on today. My name's brittany maxine fisher and i'm a patent attorney. I actually became a patent agent before i went to law school. And then transitioned over into become a patent attorney. I have intellectual property boutique. We are a bi-coastal farm. We've got offices in tampa bay in sarasota area along with a out in california in west hollywood so All we practices intellectual property in all of the different intersection analogies that go along with intellectual property which today are a lot lot. I can imagine what we'll get into that. I am interested though in the multiple offices. Concept is certainly across the country was which was your first second and third office so we started in saint petersburg i. it's it's an tampa bay and it's just a really really phenomenal community..
"fisher" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"I mean i must have. I do remember my carpet. That i tried. Carpeting was like fell and it. It didn't stick to the floor. Would fold and stop like it was loose. It was like a blanket on the floor. And i had like a tiny toilet for the bathroom and it was the kind where it had the little chain on the top hundred saving any kind of. Yeah i'm the same way. i think. I vaguely remember having dolls in the dollhouse at some point but i was much more into just decorating redecorating. Us and i was with actually putting dolls in it. That came later for me. My mom brought me to the library and they had a book on how to like kind of craft. Your own dollhouse stuff. Did i ever talk to you guys about this already. I used to take those little plastic three three prong. Yeah and they were si- tables. That's a great idea. They look like side tables the litter the pizza tables that you got a piece. Because what are you gonna do with them besides like little side table table and then the tops of the dish detergent. If you flip it upside down and glued to the ceiling it looks like a perfect light fixture hanging down a rabbit hole. When i was like. What can i do with this dollhouse for my niece. layover quarantine. I went down such a rabbit hole of things like that like just interesting things. That people are up cycling into dollhouse and also like how people were doing brick on like faux brick. On the outside of their dollhouse they were doing it with sandpaper like all sandpaper into teeny tiny rectangles and place. One like each one individually blowing my mind. I'll tell you there was a minute where i was like. Oh i'm gonna do this. It's not this is for a one year old and it will take me years like this. It's not need to be an abrasive surface for the scrapped..
"fisher" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"So i'm working on that now and i'm doing some an handpainted wallpaper for it and i don't know i had this whole thing going on with this now it just leading to another and another and another and it's like a continuous I did the needlepoint run laps though. So now designing beautiful tapestries and things of the wells of this one. This one is going to be much bigger and it's to remain in my home. Is it people. I feel like it might end up on a trip somewhere. New store joanna. It's going to stay at home. You know if somebody asked me to take it. And i'm gonna give it. But i might have a party at. Hove and had become their. I don't know see a big cabinet. So i don't know how it's going to travel that low but it's really it's going to be beautiful and the same gentleman jackson who's actually a well-known miniture is gonna help me with it Why eating it and wearing it. 'cause it's really. We're making an old dutch coming into into adult an take a lot of work. That's so cool. And i'm sure with projects like that on the horizon that we are going to have listeners. That are gonna want to keep tabs on you. So lastly but most importantly where can people find you. I have an instagram. But i don't i put on there but To do with a hobby what is i. Don't really have Actually i really don't have social media that directly involving this particular craft so you can follow me. Joanna strasbourg fisher on instagram. I have. I've never really Person that is just sort of me. Yeah we'll work pursuing you and thank able to get hooked up because you know. Apparently you're very mysterious to find online. But anyway i wanna make it right. I don't do it. i have a instagram. But it's not set to to my class. They all appear on there. Like i'm very little miniature sweater right now. It's like a personal personal personal account. Right we just heard workout. Yeah now we're gonna put a link to joanna's personal instagram. So you could check her out and you could keep tabs on her and see what she's doing because she's doing lots of cool stop and has lots of goal friends. Joanna thank you so so much for stopping by the hang. You are such. You're doing such amazing things and we thoroughly enjoyed hearing about the projects that you're working on and also your support for the arts. Thank you for that honor today to do it. And it is by destiny so i will always see Involved in things like that that a lotta that is on my online. I cook a lot. I garden a lot of. There's a lot of things not just crafting. But lots and lots of things that you do your hands and things that you create on my instagram. So we're all in. We like all those things. So we're gonna let you get back to working on that brand new dollhouse that you're making out of a cabinet. We know you're really busy. So i guess. Crafty stew jefferson interview. Lovely chatting with you lovely chatting with you have a great night bye joanna. What a treat. It was to hang with joanna. Let's grab a few takeaways. One small things can have a great impact. There's something warm and inviting about tiny little things. To collaboration with other creatives can be magical. Three figure out how to use your creativity within whatever constrictions. You may have now. If you wanna see the fisher dollhouse of nation palazzo. In miniature it will be on exhibition through twenty six twenty twenty one at the museum of arts design here in new york city. Thank you joanna. You rock also quick announcement about a great cots project. Sunshine is an international nonprofit that brings play and joy to pediatric patients. Now there are running campaign with michaels for the month of july to benefit pediatric patients. And if you shop in store at michael's this month in july you can help at checkout..
"fisher" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"I hang out yourself it's outside ahead. What's up and welcome to craft. hang out i'm elisa. Capitain i'm jesse cats greenberg and looser. And let's hang out. Get crafty with this. Is stupid this binder clips which really running out of ideas. But we actually. We're going to be sharing very good. A binder tip Craft hang out tip chart tip so prelude prelude yes. Yes so everybody. It is no secret that the museum of arts and design here in new york city has a special place in our hearts so last year we had the chief curator of museum on craft hang out a lisa author and it was certainly a highlight of our show. If you haven't listened to the episode make sure to check it out anyhow recently. I was invited to vip event at the museum like a few weeks ago and the highlight of the night was definitely the fisher dollhouse of venetian palazzo in miniature. It was so mind-blowing in all its luxuriously detailed yet tiny form and today we have the talent behind this work of art exhibit please everyone. Let's give a warm craft. Hang out. Welcome to joanna fisher. Welcome john you. We can't even. We can't even wait. We're going to dive into questions. Okay so tell us about the fisher dollhouse of venetian palazzo in miniature. What is it and how did it come about well. Came about out of to be honest. i've always loved miniatures but i have been not only housebound like everyone with the kobe pandemic but also i had a hip replacement surgery meaning ahead of me and i was unable to walk as well. Not only was i have found was also sure about and i had no outlets had already knitted every and needle pointed every pillow that can possibly be made in the world and one night i was online and i just happened to find this tactically beautiful venetian palazzo miniature house That was at auction In europe and it took me a little while. But i finally came around to deciding that i was going to invest in it and make it my kobe project and it became so much more it became something really special and when they asked you to put it in the museum i was shocked. I really worked very hard on it. And i enjoyed it so much. And it saves me really. I was my way of socializing throughout the whole world. I spoke to people all over the world to get this cell has and it was really fun and learned a lot and I kept me busy at my head to. We need to back up to something you said. How did your dollhouse end up. As an exhibition at the museum of arts and design. I actually can't tell you that came him. Could i have a very close friend who must have spoken with the director And they actually came to me in an asked the it and you just send some pictures and photos and he had seen it friend. And when i sent them they were like we have this. We have to have beards and and and it was really came from them. I didn't them. They they asked me and it's actually going to other museums after this it's going actually to italy Yeah to palermo. Italy because of the venetian aspect of it. They want their miniatures are very popular right now and i think people really they see it. They feel dissent film Like the house been. I know for me. It was a place. I could go in my mind. And there i was faith and and three And i think people have action to it. They're they're very into warm and fuzzy things right now. Because we've all been there luck all world you know we're all we're all sharing a common common feeling and i think the house impart that people while that's great. It sounds like collaboration was key to executing the fisher dollhouse. What was it like working with a team of other creatives. And what is collaboration important. Well most of the people who made of the artists made miniatures had never worked in nature. Before and i sort of traveling set heimer all out which is which is in the museum of me or and She know she had made this all. She had all these very famous artists. Who contributed they would bring little gifts when they came to her house. You know very that weren't famous until they passed away and i. I have a lot of friends. Creative obviously created people tend to gravitate towards other creative people. And when i asked them you know they were all very interested everybody was real because they were also working in isolation and there were no galleries. There was no place to show their work. There was no you know whatever they gave them a little a little out without without having to expend too much energy because there. I need one in. Try one inch but it was still a way to come up with a great idea that would work and you know fit it into the house and into the scenery of the house. Whatever the which really fun. I mean i had merano's chandeliers made an illegal estimates of the house. I was able to speak with people milan for the copper stove I made a lot of new friends. If there's a whole world out there own miniature people who love miniatures. there's a there's a guild of craftsmen from miniatures as well. Well i'm not a lot of the people who are really really really are and it was and then i also have my friends. Who did the yard works. Paintings and so forth sculptures like that. Oh man that's so cool. It was really wonderful. Therapy my what. Yeah all right. So we've had guest on this show. That used crafting as therapy. So we wanna know. What are your thoughts about using creativity to cope through tough times. Oh well for me. It was a lifesaver. I wouldn't have been able to get through this period. If i had not had this to concentrate on and focus on There were so many little aspect of it and there were so many. A lot of my news should things that kept my mind busy and my hands busy and it was very important. I think people definitely just there if they're creative and they have that need now like that. It's really important to follow your heart and what you feel. You wanna absolute one hundred percent because everybody should be. What are you doing that for. What do you mean that you know. And i don't know just something. I have to do and it just works out really made other houses in the but this one is really started by towards saujana. Lemme ask you something. Did you build the dollhouse yourself. Or did you hire Construction person miniature construction. That the help itself is filled by someone in job that in great britain. And i'm you stephen. In a certain way and it was it was wired for only had to have a specialist. Come in to do the lighting because of the squire for a certain type of lighting that there people in the united states even know how to do so and there were both driving things that i added to like. It came decorated with a lot of beautiful things. None of the furnishings or Access annex like that but the the behead scape of the house she had created part of it. And then i added i added to it and then i added all the pavilion my idea the outside very thank the grotto all day other and those were all my idea but it can. It came fully built. But i i added things i repainted. I changed the horrible. Whatever i felt i wanted to do it. Sounds like it's like it's like a diy like house but just in miniature form like everything you're describing like a change the lighting and like came like this. But i changed this like lee. What do you feel like a little bit of You know you can relate to this a little bit on a much larger scale. I can on a larger scale. And i wish i was in miniature. Because housing costs supplies have gone up so high that the cost of miniature house aside much as regular house by the knees and how much things cost actually some of the more than realized that there are many incredibly earnhardt defying. I wanted to change handcart charikar tiles made to match the ones that were already there. There's a lot but it had to be exact where wanted it and you know the night part of it was is that i have the time because i had nothing else to really really done the time to really think about it and then actually bringing altered tradition like the way i wanted it. You know my way. Because i there was really nothing else to do. I couldn't walk. I couldn't go anywhere. I mean so if okay. That's amazing so joanna is sawyer exhibit with my friend michelle and her favorite part of the house was the pygmy owl right above the fireplace. It was so small. I had trouble seeing it but it resonated with her so hard so our question to you is. What's your favorite part of the fisher. Dollhouse well i love that pygmy owl at his son by my friend peter garrett who beautifully fabulous artist. He did that with me bristle brush..
"fisher" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I was. It's going to be hard for me to have children of my own. Which is why. I say that we don't know what the future holds. And if children aren't part of my future not so. I want to you know. Open up a foster home by I feel like it's my responsibility to make sure that. I am completely financially stable before i try and offer a child or anybody else's child stability if i don't have it myself. I've actually posted my story on facebook. Because it's it's a big part of why. I decided to learn about health insurance and educate others about it was because you know i had a diagnosis that it didn't wanna hear ahead of medical bill that i didn't wanna have to pay and i thought was covered and so it blew my mind when it wasn't and i was like well. Then how does health insurance for but even being the expert that you are is possible to know for one hundred percent certainty of something has covered because you hear all these stories of people going to the hospital and somehow they end up with a doctor in the hospital. that's not in network. And then they get hit with the full bill. So are there. Strategies people can use to prevent those sorts of situations. unfortunately it depends on their plan. Most plans that are offered are hmo which means they have to be with that certain in network doctor or that in network Clinic or location. There are p p. o. Networks out there and those usually have a lot more options to where if your doctor isn't there and another doctor comes in and substitutes then they are in network still so they're also in that network and they're also covered in other words. It's the matter of getting the right kind of plan. And hopefully not just skimming through the and hoping that you're you're good very much so like insurance itself. It's about being prepared for any incident might happen. If you are not a risk taker. You don't do anything that could put in the hospital. Arina don't go on surround yourself with the american. People aren't wearing masks during plan pandemic a year. Most likely not going to have to worry about being somewhere. You're not covered if you are getting if you're getting sick and you have an hmo that you are comfortable west of Personal care provider that you're comfortable with and you know going to. That doctor isn't an issue. You'll be covered but yeah it's about being prepared and having the best coverage you can get sadly it's not easy to obtain those kinds of coverages because america can even save at sure you can if somebody wanted to hire would they specifically look to hire you or would it be a service offered by the health insurance company where they say..
"fisher" Discussed on Everyonecast
"This is a show where you get to. The star will make a great episode together no matter how boring or awkward you feel. The best part is that it's all done remotely so participating is really easy. Contact us at everyone cast dot com. And you can have your own episode on this show. Staying hydrated is important. I'm anthony salvanto. And this is caitlin fisher pie. You're a health insurance person which sounds like somebody that nobody would like. Yeah and it's not exactly the fun topic of life but it's necessary. We know how being unprepared for a disaster can affect the rest of our lives financially. So it's good to have just in case of a disaster or an injury. You know you never know what happens. Yeah i get that before. We into what life is like in the health insurance world. You started out as an early childhood educator so that is quite the career shift. How did you up growing up and getting into early childhood education and then eventually transitioning anchor up the oldest sister of three younger brothers. They were rambunctious and they probably left. More scars on me than anything else. In my life but I loved working with them. Nurturing them so nurturing came very natural to me and i eventually sought out the job of being daycare teacher. Now were those physical scars or emotional scars or both physical very physical. You know. I had to keep up with them to watch out for them so i ended up. You know throw in spirals almost better than most of the guys out there when it comes to football or you know teaching them all kinds of different stuff so what went wrong. Did you go to school. And think i'll study for this education stuff. Then you graduate then. Something terrible happens. I worked in childcare for five and a half years. And i loved every bit of it but the first child care that i worked for couldn't offer health benefits at first and that was a struggle for me because i had been wanting to start a family of my own after i met my husband so we were having issues with that and so i went to the. I wanted to go to the doctor. But i couldn't afford to pay out of pocket and they weren't offering any benefit so instead i worked harder to get my cpa which is child development associate. And i was hoping to work for a child care that could offer me more more as far as an advancement in my career Benefits better.