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Fresh update on "frances" discussed on The Big Picture
"That person is. Katharine Hepburn that's correct. And so. Katherine Hepburn is an icon is she she's arguably the most important woman to Oscars history and for instance, is making a bid for that and I. There's definitely case. That she could cruise especially since as you said, nomad land has kind of been coronated as the film to kind of bring back film festival culture because this film essentially, if it effectively debuted at all of the festivals and so a lot of people who matter have seen it and a lot of people who will matter. In terms of voting. We're going to see it and it's cert has searchlight which searchlight is very, very good at Oscar campaigns. Yeah and I think during the QNA that you referenced. Francis McMoran was there and She did not host it. It was John Horn believe who is the moderator but then it was Francis mcdormand's show essentially and she she said during that QNA that in a Lotta ways, her character was an ambassador for the community that they follow and in the same way she is wasn't that and I think in this process is going to be ambassador for this community and this film, and that means that she is a playing the Oscar game to an extent and she's playing it in her Frances mcdormand way and I don't. mean, to make that sound dismissive at all, because what we do here is cover the Oscar game and and people who can. Speak Well and entertainingly and intelligently about their art is like are my favorite types of people but it does seem like she she's running. It's it's it's another year another she's running. You know what's so funny about her she is an exception to the rule in so many ways because in addition to being just one of the great actors she famously does not really play the game she doesn't go to as many events she doesn't campaign in the same way she has this obvious no bullshit. Personality feeling about the work that she does. But in interviews, you can see that she is a very like cut to the quick comment person and for some people you know especially men that my rub, some people, the wrong way. But with her I, think there is a pure charm factor people just love her they love to hear her talk in the last one we saw her talk really in the Oscars. Context was two and a half years ago onstage accepting a best actress Oscar for three billboards and using the phrase inclusion writer onstage and like, yes, think about where we are now what the conversation in Hollywood is. Now, in this whole discussion, we had earlier this week on on regarding the Academy Awards I mean you know Frances mcdormand if she wants to be an Avatar for that, she's as good as anybody and In addition to that, one of my most anticipated movies of the year and I sure hope it comes out somewhat soon is called the tragedy of Macbeth it is written and directed by her husband Joel Coen, and it's stars, Frances, mcdormand, Denzel Washington, an adaptation of Macbeth. Signed, me up. So that sounds just amazing. Yeah, and if if you get the to shot of that, that just means she's going to be that much more visible over the next few months and so. Were already in the inevitability conversation that I've started with shame on me around Vanessa Kirby. But also you can't count on Frances mcdormand. She's she's amazing So that's three out of five potential nominees already, and we're just a week and a half into film festival season. Two and a half months longer or two months longer. Yeah. Do you have? how many months are we looking at here? So October November December. January February March April, do you have seven full months? Of. Frances mcdormand talking you. Probably, probably more Frances mcdormand that most other people it's a rich text Frances mcdormand. She's great. Maybe we'll maybe maybe what we should do is a Francis Mcdermott Hall of fame we've been criticized I've been criticized for not spending enough women in the hall of Fame Structure So maybe we should build hall of fame because she sure has enough films. Yeah. Let's do it. That's a good one. Okay. That sounds fun. What's coming up in the future Here in the film. Festival World The New York Film Festival effectively starts tomorrow that's slightly different from Toronto in that it lasts about a month and there are not a ton of new films that I think are going to be competing for Oscars that are premiering there. There are a couple of very notable moments particularly three of five segments of Steve McQueen's new series which is coming to Amazon, and I I the BBC I think it's a partnership. which is called small acts and three of those films. Essentially falling films are going to be coming to people over the course of the new. York Film Festival, there's a handful of other things that are doing that are exciting. So we'll talk a little bit about those and try to similarly not spoil those things over the next few months, and then you know I guess you know we're getting close to trial of Chicago seven time we're getting close Aaron Sorkin time so Get excited about that speaking of trailers. That trailer or teaser trailer I believe debuted during one of the sports events. This weekend I honestly couldn't tell you which one because they were on while I was watching movies but that was one where I thought it was happening and I like screamed for my husband to come back into the room because he had to watch the trailer together. So everything I. Said about not really caring about trailers goes out the window for an organ. Yeah it really does on. That's a that's a big movie for us. So excited to spend some time talking about it and. I'm excited to spend some time talking about the big Homey David Fincher, which is what we're going to be doing next week on this show. Holy Crap. My excited to talk about. David fincher. It's a big moment because you've got the twenty-fifth anniversary of seven coming up. We've got David fincher week coming up on the ringer. We've got some special rewatch ables planned and here on the big picture, we're GonNa, be devoting to full episodes to the man, the myth the God. David. Fincher you excited Amanda. I'm really excited I should I should apologize to you because I made a lot of. About you not communicating with me, and then I went to bed at a reasonable hour last night and I woke up and checked my phone and you and Chris. Ryan had just like had a conversation about David fincher for like two hours after I went to sleep that I was a part of I just couldn't be there in the moment part of it. So I am excited to continue that conversation about David fincher with the two of you. I am too thanks Amanda. Now you're a quick word from our sponsor before we get to my conversation with Gerard Bush in Christopher Wren's. 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‘Nomadland’ Wins Top Prize at the Venice Film Festival
"Could walk There's Frances McDormand in Nomad Land, directed by Chloe's Oh, the film Scoring top prize, The Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in Italy. In accepting the award by a video thanks to covert 19 travel restrictions, all reflective of a slimmed down version of a festival that normally would see throngs of stars and paparazzi and attendance for Nomad land. It's still a win as buzz starts for the 2021 Oscar race. The film opens December for McDormand plays a widow rebuilding her life after the 2008 recession. Correspondent Matt Wolf wins used on 8 39.
"frances" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Policy report within two days of delivering the report. FDR turnaround and unveiled the social security program idea to Congress in another six months or so later, maybe eight. Passed into law. Yeah and boy, we should do one on social security at some point I agree I think we have man really. Yeah really rings a bell. I go ahead. I'm looking at it well now, I'm going to have our little our assistant over here check that can you go and check on that? Okay, they're on it. Who is our Tommy Chong? Like we've ever had anyone that worked. It's. That's the funny thing is when we get emails over the years they're like. Well to Josh and Chuck and Jerry or whoever on your staff is reading this. Like. Yeah, it's pretty much us. Yeah. Well, we're we're reading these emails while we're having to sweep up the studio. Well, I want to be fair to be fair we work for a big podcasting network and there are a lot of people that help us get stuff out in the world but we have never had like a stuffy should know staff of eight people who know only work for us in research worse and all that stuff and I feel like you're really shows in the podcast. Like, I'm glad you said that because I felt like I was patting ourselves on the back for a second their. The. Dash. That very fast shirt self-deprecation chuck that's their specialty. That's right. So social security what we're talking about in general everyone knows what this is is basically a system where younger hardy people working hard in this country help out older people retired people perhaps disabled people people that have had work related accidents people who were funny hats people who wear funny hats. And pay into this system that ideally in you know we're not going to get into the here that that would come in on social security podcasts but ideally, then when you are old or in need the new, have that same money waiting for you because of the younger generation and the younger workforce, right? That's the brilliance of the whole thing is it's a transfer payment system to where you are directly funding the people who've retired now, but it's on. The premise that people behind you are going to fund into this to support you later on it's beautiful. It's a genius idea and apparently FDR sent her Frances Perkins to study the British system of unemployment insurance even before he was President Becker, news governor of New York and he became the first public official to commit to developing and unemployment insurance plan, and it was at the persistent behest of Frances Perkins. They did that. Yeah, and it's not like I mean he he didn't run for office. With social security on his list of things to do. Well. Yeah. That's the thing. A lot of people say like if it weren't for her no joke, this stuff probably would. Certainly not in the form that it does now, and that's not necessarily fair. There are like there were programs that had like social security type programs among the states including unemployment programs, but they were ad hoc they were patchwork most states didn't have them and it's the kind of the the the. The beauty of this. The federal program is they're basically like, okay states do this but we're going to oversee an organized in in help fund it. Yeah and it's not like I was saying that all the FDR was like not a champion of it or was just lazy. He was he had a bunch of stuff going on and he had a bunch of irons in the fire. So he needed her to come in and say, Hey, listen, this is all great because we're in A. Tragic Situation Right now, like we're trying to put out a fire but what I WANNA do is make sure another fire doesn't happen in the future. Yes and that was like her whole thing like we do need to make sure that people get peanut butter sandwiches because their families are gonNA. Starve. Like yes, these immediate needs have to be met, but we also simultaneously have to plan for the future to it was it was just this persistent drummed that she beat like we're going to continue to have problems. Let's plan for him. Now like the level of visionary nece in this in this person was. You just don't see that I can't think of too many other people who've come and gone in the federal government in the United. States at least that had that level of. I guess awareness of looking down the line that far rather than just you know four years out or to the next election. Yeah and she also you know we talked about some of the things she did earlier in terms of of her career in terms of fair labor practices. But once she was secretary of Labor, she had real teeth. To make real change in during her tenure she helped craft the fair Labor Standards Act She helped establish minimum wage laws, maximum work hours laws, and she finally said you know what? Maybe. We shouldn't make Labor for children better. Maybe we should not bring our children to work and make them work. So let's just get rid of child labour altogether and you can make the case that she is the woman who gave America's kids the concept of childhood. At the very least she extended it by many many years totally. Another amazing fact about her she I believe is the first cabinet member who congress ever sought to impeach. Oh. Really. Yes. I'm almost positive. That's correct I know that they did try to impeach her in they failed in the impeachment conviction she they couldn't get enough support for articles of impeachment but it was because she refused to deport a an Australian longshoremen who'd successfully organized a general strike in San Francisco and the Anti Common Communist elements in Congress. Is. Suspected that this guy was a communist in wanted him out and she said, you know I don't think very highly of this guy I don't really agree with a lot of what he stands for. But I don't think that you have really good evidence and I think this is all retaliation for the strike you organized. So I'm not going. To deport him and you might say, well, what did this lady had to do with the porting a apparently back in the day the immigration, the power of Immigration Control of immigration was up to the the Department of Labor. So the Secretary of Labor was also in charge of immigration, which really kind of gives you an idea of where America's immigration policies. Were their mind was that yeah that it was about importing. Good. Good good workers or also controlling who came in to keep competition for jobs down. Totally. But she. So she was in charge of immigration, which as we'll see later on, she used to great effect. Is that our little is that a cherry on top at the end? Yeah. I think. So that was a good idea. It's it's the kid with.
"frances" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark and there's trials w Chuck Bryant, and this is stuff you should know the amazing unsung woman edition volume to at least now more the to. What number would you say then I don't know but I tell you what? If you want to. Take a vote on maybe one of the most undersung while at the same time being most influential Americans to ever live. Neil diamond you. He was very song I know I'm not a big. Fan. Anyway. You would be hard pressed to overlook Ms Perkins. Yeah. Frances Perkins totally agree had never heard her name before had never even known she existed but yeah, the more you dig into more us like it was almost a crime that this this woman was virtually written out of the history books. Yeah, and if you are One of those people who was unfortunate to not be able to work right now during quarantine, the effects of Covid nineteen and you are Not Lucky but you know deservedly enough receiving unemployment insurance. You can thank Francis Perkins for that. That's right and every single person who's getting a check as measly as they've gotten lately is getting one because of the system that Francis Perkins set up and was really I think worth noting to is this is this is exactly the kind of situation that she got this mass for that. She helped design this for holy because there's a quick I can't remember exactly where to quote was but to to paraphrase it, it's basically like we need to. We need to always keep our eye on the long term plan for the worst case scenario while yes. There's a lot of immediate needs that we need, but there's always going to be something that comes down the road we have planned for it or way better off just imagine how disastrous it would be on top of the current disaster. If there wasn't such a thing as unemployment insurance and this is how we found out that we really kind of. Need it. Yeah. It would be dark ages stuff in this country. Yeah. So if you have gone your unemployment insurance check and it has helped you thank Frances. Perkins Somehow Yeah and we WANNA. Thank how stuff works? That's where part of this research come came from and some other places. But notably, and I, WANNA shout this out because this is a library intern at the FDR library who wrote a paper called honoring the achievements of FDR Secretary of Labor. Jessica Brightman This is really good stuff in in the library intern and we WANNA shut her out. Yeah she did great or she was at the time I imagine moved on that internship after she turned that essay Bichir. So. Frances Perkins was born fanny core ally. Perkins in Boston in Eighteen Eighty but her relatives in her ancestors came from Maine. And it's Kinda funny here the beginning of this how stuff works thing it says she. So undersung even residents over hometown of Damaris main didn't seem familiar with her legacy I. think that says more about main. Like we don't need to help her put on airs well, than just like you know I don't ask don't tell. Whatever she lived here. Great. Good for her I want to say also before the residents of new busta vein in their forehead. She's also cited as a native of Newcastle Maine, they're right across the DAMARA Scotto River one another I think she's from Newcastle that. So it's just like a Adidas Puma thing. Maybe, maybe except imagine if neither town new shoes were. That would be. Pretty accurate analogy. Boy I. Love The mainers. So she yes, she was. She came from really like died in the wool Yankee, stock her family came over. I. Think in the sixteen eighty s her she had like a her family had built an outpost during the French. Indian war, her grandmother who had more of an influence on her she said than anybody had a a cousin who she was close to who founded Howard University and fought for the rights of newly freed African Americans She came from a long line of people who like cared. About other people and yet surprisingly, her parents were very conservative. They were in favor of you know helping the poor but not mingling with them, helping them like helping him buy like you know sending some money or something like that. Okay. and they produced a child Fanny Frances. She changed her name I think in. I don't know her twenties or thirties she. She was the opposite way she was like, no like like people are people and they all deserve help and there's a lot of injustice in this world and I want to change it myself. She's one of those people who actually did enact tremendous change for all the right reasons. Yeah. She said people are people. So why should it be? You and I should get along. So, awfully. which was at the remote, Depeche mode, I can't. Oh Baby. Hey, emily jam I, mean she would. She probably has that. Tattooed on her body somewhere. In fact, we're that none of my business we're both doing that that silly never do these things on facebook but I've time now the top ten most influential. And I was like, which one are you going to pick new order? Depeche mode. For her because that's a that's a tough one. Well, I mean can't. She's got ten to choose from, right? Yeah. But I think for her those two are so inextricably tied that it was one or the other. I gotcha and she went with Depeche mode because they were I the probably more influential. Diplomas before. New Order Yes. I mean, technically, if you count new order as Ouch outcropping of joy division than they were I oh so we'll joy division was different. It was pretty different different enough that they might as well be two different bands which they were. You know who we need to give the judgment call who is Francis Perkins? Who who apparently would not have enjoyed our banter. She was very much known as like a a dour serious woman but from what I can tell that's actually a public persona that she wore to get men to taker seriously that well, who can blame her Because we'll see later on about her. It's no accident that she's lost a history in many ways. Yeah. But what she was a also was highly educated She graduated from Mount Holyoke in Nineteen ninety-two where she majored in Chemistry and Physics. Even though she made her name in economics, which is mean, she was a very well rounded human and had a very large brain and apparently she had made it all the way through college and in her senior year. I think she attended an economics lecture by Florence Kelley who is a huge wage justice crusader. And that just changed her life. Yeah big time in nineteen. This post college he went to Philly. and. She became general secretary of the Philadelphia Research Protective. Association. Would she do there? Well, is in charge of investigating Employment Agencies that were fake and that preyed on women immigrant women specifically and she had to sort of deal with the the dregs of society in that job. And did so very successfully and then.
Pope says gossip is a 'plague worse than Covid' - CNN
"Francis, who's criticizing gossip within church communities, and even within the Vatican bureaucracy, Young they took it on and they can get on it. Francis says gossiping is a plague Worsen Cove in not going much into specifics. During his weekly blessing, Frances did say the devil is the biggest possible who's seeking to divide the church with his lies. The pope's comments come as he elaborated on the gospel passage about the need to correct others privately when they do something wrong. The Catholic hierarchy has long relied on this fraternal correction among priests and bishops. To correct them when they air without airing problems in public. I'm Charles, it's
Trial begins for 14 suspects in Charlie Hebdo terror attack
"5 years after the attack on the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo 14 suspects Are on trial. Now in Paris correspondent Tom Rivers is covering that former French president Francois Hollande, recalling the traumatic and deadly attacks, describing them is attacks against France. Speaking in a radio interview, he says his decision to send in security forces to the location where the Attackers were holed up, was one of the most weighty of his presidency. Those now on trial and Frances terrorism court, accused of buying weapons cars and helping with logistics trial is expected to last
Georgia Trooper Is Charged in Fatal Shooting of Black Driver
"I has charged 27 year old Georgia state Trooper Jacob Gordon Thompson with murder. He's also been fired following the death of 60 year old Julian Lewis on August 7th in the southeast Georgia town of Sylvania. The Georgian CP and other civil rights organizations called for a state of emergency following Lewis's death and coming on the heels of that of Ahmad Aubrey, Briana Taylor and George Floyd. I spoke to family lawyer Frances Johnson about the death of Louis. What the pattern shows is that this year, the problem is getting worse despite the attention Of police involved killings. Ah, the pattern in Georgia. His has not changed And this is a real state of emergency and Julian Lewis was the last victim. To be claimed in this in this scourge of violence against black and brown people at the hands of ah of police officers Tell us about Julian Lewis. Sure. Julian Lewis was 60 years old, and Ah was making his way back home when officers believed that it was sufficient to engage in a chase. Because his tail light was burned out. Ultimately, they did a pit maneuver on him on a dirt road where he crashed into a tree and where he was shot in the face. Hey, was too good of a man is his wife said to have died so poorly was in car in a weapon. He was not carrying a weapon. He was not a threat to anyone that night, except for the Deer's on possibly the rattlesnakes in rural Georgia. He was no threat to anyone. The truth of the matter is ah Julian Lewis should be alive today. But for the actions of this Georgia state trooper in his racial profiling the pretext to stop Julian Lewis that night on, of course, the pit maneuver. Oh, and the unnecessary use of lethal force that resulted in Julian's death. What are we seeing? Is there video? If there is, what does it show? Well, the The totality of the case will show ah misuse of lethal force. Are both. Ah, initial calls for the stop. In terms of the the pretext will stop for burnout till like The mischaracterization of this as a chase. You should know that at no point did Julien or the state trooper trooper's car exceed 40 miles an hour. Along with state trooper being fired and charged with murder. We've also learned that the U. S. Department of Justice has approved Attorney Johnson's request for civil rights investigation.
French government pushes for wider mask use
"France recorded its highest one day rise in virus infection since May, the government pushing for wider mask use and tighter protections for migrant workers and in slaughterhouses. But France still plans to reopen schools nationwide in two weeks, and the Labor minister says the government is determined to avoid a new nationwide locked down. It would further hobble the economy and threaten jobs. Frances Infection count has researched in recent weeks blamed in part on people crisscrossing the country for weddings, family gatherings or annual summer vacations with friends. Britain re imposed quarantine measures Saturday for vacationers returning from France as a result.
"frances" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"Was to share coming up on the show, a brand new travel, writing series, the passenger and a novel, going deep into South Korean society written by Francis Cha, but I on the show, the market for health well being in better leaving magazines is large in many countries around the world, but in early two thousand eighteen, a couple in Vancouver spotted a gap in the market for Canadian title to rival the bigger players in the sector, both home and further afield may was born as a print magazine and has since grown to include the maple box. The subscription box of goods by Canadian, makers, a line of made Senate candles, and most recently a podcast Maples, scattering, herring her, and she spoke to Monaco's bureau chief in Toronto Thomas Lewis on the evolution of Maple, so my husband and I are the core of the maple brunt, and which now also includes a subscription box, and our newly launched podcast, and we're also launching a collection of candles, so my husband. Evan's background is actually architecture, design and my background. Background is in the natural and organic products face so for about a decade we ran a a small branding agency, so that really was our background than we also worked with a couple of other publishers, also in the natural products face, and then in two thousand eighteen, we decided to launch maypole, essentially to offer product that spoke to this more discerning natural product consumer that we felt just wasn't being spoken to They're essentially. Wasn't any publication was speaking to the consumer. From a more a more curated approach in terms of presenting publication that is well designed is really good to feel is printed on really nice paper and. very considered topography. And Photography and and essentially sort of taking lifestyle approach, unfortunately the landscape when we entered at Hod other competitors that you know for decades had been speaking to this. Natural Broad Group naturals consumer group. In a very. Select the content was quite recycled there there was a very very high address show where these unfortunate designed to odds sort of screaming at you with their about this sort of the pills and the capsules, and and it just you know sort of that. Just being supplement magazine just wasn't really appealing to this. Sort of design oriented consumer that we felt in other parts of the world. They were being spoken to in design magazines or Other type of lifestyle magazines, but they just weren't. There was no publication that was really encompassing notch, natural and organic life style component if that makes sense, and so, that's where we felt like we could come in and sort of display, no so much of the sort of true north again from food, to of course not your health as core, but you know food and lifestyle and culture and. And really sort of put our our slant on it, and it's interesting because there has been interest in Scandinavia, Japan and I guess there are especially Wisconsin late navy particular. There's a lot of parallels and in terms of true north cuisine. Especially, so yeah, I think that again. True north is really having a moment and I think especially during the pandemic, it's been very interesting to see how our readership base or are subscriber base for example to maple box have been very interested and have really made a concerted effort in in I'm supporting Canadian. Especially medium sized businesses any really see that I'm sort of important, so it's interesting how it's shifted and expanded our sort of product offerings and. What we've been able to. Speak to them with. And I have been leaving through this morning. A copy of the magazine, the pay store field so nice. The array of stories seem so well curated, well collected. Give us a sense of how difficult to market just broadly speaking login print product was when you are. Sort of finalizing the idea of maple kind of the print was an important vehicle for the kind his stories. He wants to put out there. Maybe remind us as well when the first issue came out. It was very daunting to launch a printed product in a digital era, and certainly a printed product printed in Canada on efficacy certified paper. And Berry good-quality printed stock, certainly from a from a fiscal perspective, it definitely was daunting, and but we felt that hard. What we were trying to do is provide this really calm reading experience something that you know consequently also healthier for you can scrolling or reading on a screen, and so we felt that our readers would be more engaged in a printed product when they're turning the page. They're engaging. They're holding the magazine. That feels good to hold I'm you know the? The topography specifically really easy on the eye. We certainly design it so that it's really Conrad experience that there's flow added. There's beauty and so that's really where we felt that. There's the advantage of print digital. We're just we're just lovers print, and certainly I feel bad. John Well the Canadian market. If you look at the number of magazines in the market currently versus sort of ten years ago, they're definitely fewer I. do believe that strength lies within the fewer. That are up in a well curated. I think that if you have that nation, if you you know really considered your approach, it's just appealing, and therefore more on your readers will pick up your magazine over over something that may be is not as visual or not tactile or doesn't seem to offer the same quality of content. You described earlier about the kind of advertising in magazines that deal with the same subject areas, broadly, speaking as maple does not really fitting, the kind of tone or environments,.
"frances" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"I never questioned when I was younger that I was straight. I never thought what I haven't kissed a boy yet, so therefore I don't know. But I did feel that with women and I think that's something power structures. That's to do with it being the other and I think when I was a teenager had. bisexuality or Pan Sexuality being an option. And, lots of other people were and I can see that representation. I probably would've assumed that's what I was thin, but that was limited. You know. I grew up in Queensland homosexuality was illegal. So I didn't say that mulled didn't know any gay out. Gay Teachers didn't know any outgoing students it was. It was sort of punchline of a joke being gay. Actually Illegal so I I I didn't get a chance to extort on when I was a teenager and I think you know when some people say. Oh, well, you know China Tina. Transitioning when you're a teenager is very dangerous, because when I young I might of transition to beat on binary accepted option. You might have been. You might have and then as your life when you might have transitioned further back and big fluidity and transitioning life I, think is. I mean I gladly not start with what I was at sixteen because Virtual Jehovah's Witness. Thank God him stone. Original Jehovah's witness some of my friends. Before I lose you because you are busy and you probably have another really exciting adventurous thing that you're about to do. That's going to expand your horizons Would you tell me Deborah Frances White? What do you weigh? Oh! I way. Ability to change the energy of Brim I weigh. My. Power to. Bring people towards..
"frances" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"BOPs. Last year I. was writing a script period script. Nassir script about periods no script to administration just to be clear. Script set in the past some decades ago, talk. About time when it felt like in my research that everyone was bisexual. And All socially bisexuality was a much more standard condition part of the human condition. And it's also very Kinky, weld I'm writing about. It's just a world of sexual positively, and of course, because it was some decades ago, day was the closeted underworld this, but within that it was extremely liberated, and seemed very very shame free, and then you put on your shame coat, and you go out into the street. And I became very interested in this because I was writing and I felt like there was more to me that I had not lived, and yet I was trying to write. My husband very long time and. I just I've met. So quite a few people I knew it opened, deb relationships often decided to have an open relationship and then I met. A gay man, who was in an open relationship and He and his fiancee seemed so loved so romantic, and so into each other, and yet the had relationship. It didn't seem like that GONNA. We've given up on this, but we showed real estate so. They seemed so into each other and when I talked to. This chap is become extremely good friend of mine. He said well. No can radio comments what you have between the because? Neither if he was thinking what if? And you don't have to get everything from one person, so if section a urine something they're not. You're not going to compromise enough for the rest of my life to be with you. This can be its own full living thing, and also I mean the way he does, and the way the way they do it and many people do. It is to actually talk about what you're doing and asked for permission. GPA with me going off with that person, and then you come back at, you might talk about that might excite you. And he gave me a called the slot wish. Love that books on good luck it's about..
"frances" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Hope you're well. I'm fine. Still nothing going on, still fuck all just getting worse everything getting worse everything getting dirtier. Just devolving will just be a puddle of human, being by the end of this shows nothing, but a big pile of vote so hopefully you are doing better than I am at human and adulting. Because, this is not pretty anyway. I am excited to speak to actual adult Deborah Frances White today who you may know as the guilty feminist. It's one of the most accessible costs in the world. They've had way of seventy million downloads by now, and it is just a funny irreverent safe-space for people who care about feminism and care about causes in particular those that affect women and just confirming people, but they themselves have some hypocrisies, or they've made mistakes, or they continue to be ignorant and have stuff to unlearn. It's a safe space for everyone to learn together and have those difficult conversations and own. Own Up to your flaws in a society that expects us all to be perfect and fully informed on everything, so I obviously as someone who refers to herself as a feminist and progress of someone who really I really resonate with this idea, and I believe in not shaming people for wanting to learn and I think it's really important to inject comedy wherever you can into these incredibly important discussions, so I was super lucky to get the busiest comedian around at the moment to come and talk to me about so many different issues. She's had such a fascinating life, and she was so open with. With me and she so informed on everything that she speaks about it was very very thoughtful and interesting we we talks about what it was like for her being adopted as a baby, and then tracking down her birth mother. We talked about her decision to not herself. Have Children and instead choose a career and make that decision and we talked about Trans Rights because it's something that Deborah has about similarly to me. She's very vocal about the fact that Trans women, all women and feminism that doesn't include them is not feminism at all, and we talked about how sexuality recently in the last couple. Couple of years Deborah has come out as bisexual. And she talked me through that journey with her husband, and how she is exploring sexuality, and what that means for their relationship. She was just so open and hilariously he was in the room. He was producing her side of the podcast, and he just kept his headphones on. Listen to music throughout so that she can talk openly about her sexuality and experiences with other people without him listening so thanks.
The prohibition against marijuana in the hospital
"Francis has just been hospitalized for the third time for cancer while at home. She's been managing the chemotherapy much better than expected in the hospital. She's frustrated at home. She's treating her nauseousness and her anxiety with marijuana, but in the hospital she's not allowed to use marijuana even if she brings her own edibles or vape pen for Francis, a hospitalization is already an anxiety provoking experience, but is now even more so because she can't use what she knows will calm her down. The majority of states thirty five have legalized marijuana for medicinal uses and millions of Americans use it for. For medicinal purposes, and even more for recreation to relax well many state governments have chilled around marijuana use and focused their drug enforcement efforts elsewhere. Hospitals cling to the past. They feel a strong need to forbid marijuana. No, surely there are a few patients are on medications that might interact with marijuana and doctors and patients should discuss these situations, but what hospitals are doing as forcing patients to be sneaky what Francis has found is that the only way she can reliably relax is with marijuana, so she's forced to act the way she did when she was a teenager and sneak into her hospital room. This is complete nonsense and And it creates a situation where Frances and her doctors are not focused on her best health so now. Doctors don't know what she's taking, so they can't advise her against US marijuana. If there is a really good medical reason for her to abstain, there are many reasons to allow people to use marijuana, the hospital or nursing home if they wish most importantly for conditions, such as chronic pain, anxiety and nausea, it is effective therapy and is often better than prescribed expensive medicines, and if the person is using marijuana and his force to suddenly stop when they come into the hospital, it can cause her symptoms to worsen. Yes, the. The feds are still in the dark ages and consider marijuana a schedule one drug, but they're not pursuing law enforcement at hospitals and healthcare facilities. When a doctor provides a medical need, there are some hospitals, even the Mayo Clinic that have allowed patients to use marijuana in the hospital and in states like California were having. Marijuana is not a crime. There are no state prohibitions on hospital. Use so like much in medicine policies are often remnants of days gone by, and they had not change to keep up with science or demand. Hospitals seemed to be more concerned about upsetting regulators than helping patients, assuming that there's not sound medical. Against Marijuana use a particular person. Francis can't wait to get out of the hospital, but in the meantime she has her stashed marijuana that she takes twice a day and not a single staff member knows about it.
"frances" Discussed on IMPACT: The Podcast
"Frances mcdormand has portrayed some in the most fascinating female characters in modern cinema and films including Fargo almost famous and three billboards outside ebbing Missouri, and she stepped into a new role as producer for HBO's Olive. Ketteridge. Francis of the recipient of two Oscars, two emmys and the Tony and in twenty eighteen with her best actress Oscars Acceptance Speech. She rocked our industry with just two words, inclusion writer. But her understanding of inadequate representation on screen began a long time ago I shared a story from my childhood of realizing none of the kids cartoons at the time where about girls and feeling underrepresented from a young age fancies had a similar experience which made her aware early on of how women are portrayed onscreen. She's taken that thought through her career and over the years has expanded into an understanding of the why and also how we can more effectively tell female stories. You look back that Snow White The, Disney sounds particularly snow, right? Literally even when I was five for even if I'm when I was. I could not sit thing. The. Voice. Of Snow White. It was so high. Literally, her voice was so high and tonal range that rose alien to me because I could never sound like that. So there was something kind of. Just other kind of all the insidious. Things that are are the messaging that's out there about. Girls, expectations, themselves or their. Their Of their match, you know their natural instincts are everything. From Kamai, sixty, you know sixty three year olds perspective. So you know from in that forty during. You you still felt that. Is Astonishing. Thing we clearly you know I, I believe that I started. attaching myself to the idea of feminism when I was about fifteen and because it was. The nineteen seventy and that rose. the period, the second wave of feminism and I think that. Premie I've always been attached to. The definition of gunman is in, which is equal pay for equal work and about is a part of our social structure. Then we will no longer need to be feminist because that's the definition. God. And to think that forty years later, that still is something that's not the case. Is. Downing. Actually very, very Bitter. Sweet. think that. Because I was trying because it wasn't shellman theater film and Television that attracted me the young person was a theater dramatic literature, and that's what I trained in through college and Graduate School. So I really didn't have any experience of television or film. Until I got out and had to diversify, just purely diversify financially to to support myself. So I think what I, what I understood in retrospect is in addition theater, there's always been a voice for. There's always been strong place for female characters, green drama. To begin with. And Slow? It's just John Laura or stone. Right? Doesn't doesn't have real. Justin with on built around female protagonist. And I, and in trying to break that down over the years when I've been asked and you think there's no role for. Women in film, it's depending if all women there will always be will for women because Nah Nah protectiveness need female supporting characters can make them. Real to make their lives. function. Kind of. You know it's kind of metaphorical. Isn't it, but it doesn't mean that those supporting characters need to have last names or any kind of three-dimensionality. They have to be female to make sure that you understand that they're male protagonist is mail. There's always gonNA be supporting roles. Even, when those John Ras are are made even windows. There's academy female or or you know non gender is still built around the nail paradigm for like you can have two females in a buddy movie, but it still biting moving can have females in an action movie, but it's going action movie. You can have a female cat in a in a calm, but still were mom consuming training kind of right there. The genres out really, and also generally film is ninety minutes. ninety minutes of a linear. More on precious card. So but generally if the ninety minute or. When you're in that a male story because female stories are not linear or stories or circular. They have towards tangents and. I think when Laflin, that television started opening up and become becoming broader than. Just Apostolic Television that what was a really. Good Glow accounting female. Enough Focus Stories, female centric stories because of that much more are are. Are. G, are stories are told or how we develop our story. So for me things like you know. All of kitchens three over four hours grown so much more. Possible than we try to make it a ninety minute movie for picking kitchen. For example, it's really great because the what we what we based on its. Elizabeth. Strout the right or the novel, she calls it a novel, but it's Also, a collection of thirteen short stories. About the pretty much all take place in the. Town and main. And then some short stories of the Ttrij the name character in the narrative and in others she's barely mentioned. Just referred tour. She walked in and out of a store or she's referred to somebody's math teacher. But that she still this kinda throbbing heart because sometimes that's the truth of our. Of. Any person's life is they're not only. Focused destroy that can also be a prefer I want meet in other people's story just as powerful the work that I do miss. Theaters over. A leading. Peanut characters because that's where they are. I never did I always played for years and years. I played small supporting terrorists now protagonist. Sometimes Ensemble. Work. But generally they were. Meet someone trump will work not that much television a good sum up decided early in my career, but it wasn't until really it wasn't until. After I had raised. and. Spent a good -veloping material that I started playing. where my the characters were playing were the center of the story. The role are what were written for me by German. You can want the even because marched under is not. The main protagonist of. Through it's just there's a kind of A. You know she. Important character in it, but it's not rokos.
Burger King is staging an intervention with its cows
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Researchers report that the first vaccine tested in the US for coronavirus boosted volunteers' immune systems, as hoped
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Florida tops virus death mark, UK, France mandate masks
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Navy sees progress against blaze on warship in San Diego Bay
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Tom Bergeron, Erin Andrews exit 'Dancing With the Stars'
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UK, France move to extend rules on face coverings in public
"A our for amid man the experts first signs whose time dying since of at a the March slight words centers virus the were for tonight I didn't disease resurgence show do with control it Jimmy is in and Fallon put France to prevention death originated this of lying morning president from in its the about regular first Emmanuel the corona mackerel federal studio virus execution in says New he York wants president in mosques seventeen trump marches worn has are years inside re a letter tweeted with all the and an latest accusation there are indoor two more public that scheduled Monday's they spaces are tonight for this by show week featured August the president Jimmy one Fallon yesterday Daniel and shared Lewis the house Lee's a band tweet in final the an roots from interview appearing words Chuck with where French Woolery on you're opposite television killing the former ends networks an innocent of the TV stage marking man Bastille game in before front show of he an was empty day host given audience Michael a to lethal accuse says sometimes CDC injection the best they laughed at experts prevention terre uncomfortably Haute and prison for other the because virus in health Indiana there on professionals was musk's no one there of to after line laugh social his appeals distancing admiral Velen went bread all says and the sure he's way hand why trying to the washing to keep Supreme top everyone Court White he safe adds House coronavirus when he I officials get in said this I've morning made task the a seeing lot I had of force mistakes a signs temperature member of the in check virus says my life is shore picking but I'm experts up a not bit I did occasionally a murderer the nose I'm noting swab get in things the test nineteen Frances wrong ninety virus some six mistakes he the reproduction was one convicted that goes are all made the way rate up along is and inching your with brain an but past accomplice quote one again of none killing of us an meaning Indiana yeah live I didn't each family know infected that we are of completely at three person the same time transparent you including can is get investing a with the covert American an at eight least test people year old one and a other colonoscopy on in a NBC's plot to many the build today guests other show were a European whites Charlize drywall only there nations also in nation New York seem have governor made to some Andrew disagree mosques of the Cuomo victims a big with family and the tree president little members big in who town were and indoor there appearing education for the public remotely execution secretary spaces wanted Betsy as to him Voss soon to get as they life started who been in pushing prison easing hard virus instead for lockdowns schools and one to of fully Lee's but France lawyers reopen took said a more it relaxed was in the shameful fall attitude we the have government to recommending get the virus saw fit under control to but carry not Sager requiring out this make them execution ani I'm Washington Charles during the last a month pandemic but the trump administration argued it was their duty to carry out the sentence given in the case I'm Julie Walker
UK, France move to extend rules on face coverings in public
"Amid signs of a slight virus resurgence in France president Emmanuel mackerel says he wants mosques worn inside all indoor public spaces by August one in an interview with French television networks marking Bastille day Michael says the best prevention for the virus on musk's social distancing and hand washing he adds officials the seeing signs of the virus is picking up a bit I'm noting the Frances virus reproduction rate is inching past one again meaning each infected person is investing at least one other many other European nations have made mosques a big tree in indoor public spaces as soon as they started easing virus lockdowns but France took a more relaxed attitude recommending but not requiring them I'm Charles the last month
Macron Replaces France’s Prime Minister in Bid to Reinvigorate His Government
"Macron. His name John Cast ex who coordinated Frances Virus reopening strategy. That's the country's new prime minister. The relatively low profile cast ex who paces at what Philippe? Resigned earlier in the day following a government reshuffle. Macron says he wants a new path for the two remaining years off his term, so he's chosen a new face to address social and economic issues amid efforts for the country's survival. This and the wider reshuffle comes days after a green wave swept over France in local elections. Crones young centrist party was defeated in France the speaker cities and appears to have failed to plant local routes across the country. I'm
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe resigns, government reshuffle expected
"And France. Meanwhile, government changes are underway. French president Emmanuel Macron has appointed a new French prime minister to replace Edouard Philippe, who has resigned amid an expected government reshuffle. Jeanne Coste ex who coordinated Frances virus reopening strategy will work place Felipe Macron hopes to refresh government for the two remaining years of his current term. Focusing on efforts to relaunch the French economy after the pandemic.
French president names Jean Castex, who coordinated France's virus reopening strategy, as new prime minister
"And Emmanuel Macron has named Jean CA Stay who coordinated Frances Corona virus reopening strategy is the country's new prime minister. After accepting Ed Ward Phillips resignation on Thursday, McCrone is re shuffling the government to focus on restarting the economy. After months of lock down President Trump is
France announces $16.9 billion in aid to aviation industry
"The French government declares a state of emergency for its aerospace industry live from London. This is marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service I'm Victoria. Craig Good Morning France Economy Minister. Today unleashed another roughly ten billion dollars in emergency aid for the nation industry, which is struggling from a drop in demand, due to corona virus travel restrictions the government support for the industry. Industry now totals nearly seventeen billion dollars including a previously announced rescue package for the airline air. France KLM the BBC. Legged explains how today's fresh funding will be allocated one and a half billion euros for research into decarbonisation of aircraft, trying to green at the industry, an investment fund for Small and medium-sized enterprises, which will start off at half a billion euros and rise. Rise to a billion over time. What this package is about is clearing up the damage that has been done by the COVID nineteen crisis. It's a huge industry. In France it employs nearly two hundred thousand people and the city of to lose him. The South West where Airbus has, its headquarters is massively dependent on this industry and the theories, the with aircraft production having. Having declined by more than a third since the crisis, the thousands of people could be laid off and to lose could become Europe's Detroit, so the French government is very keen to over the crisis, and then to provide the foundation for future growth as well. The Global Aviation Industry has been struggling to stay afloat amid the COVID, nineteen, pandemic and today. It's not. Not just France, but Hong Kong's flag-carrier. Cathay Pacific also received. Government assistance yes. Catholic Pacific has been very badly hit by the COVID nineteen crisis, and even before that it was feeling the effects of civil unrest in Hong Kong, which was deterring people from travelling, so there's a large bail out package. Does the government investment worth about two point six billion dollars a government? Government loan worth another billion and the existing shareholders of Catholic Pacific, the main ones being swire China and castaways putting more money in as well about one and a half billion dollars, so it's to help tiny airline over until traffic picks up again. The BBC's the delegate. Thanks so much. You'll very welcome. Victoria
Kurt Cobain's 'Unplugged' guitar has $1 million auction estimate
"For a long time we had heard about Kurt Cobain's daughter Frances bean's guitar but she it's his guitar his acoustic guitar that he used in the MTV unplugged her dad's guitar her dad's guitar right asa Kurt Cobain's guitar kind of beat up it's a it's a cool I don't know let's see it's eating thank Martin nineteen fifty nine Martin D. eighteen E. yeah that's a classic guitar worth worth a lot of money in and of itself without having been played on a very famous record twelve a put in be it you know just to have been held by him would probably up the price but to be you know on video and this is the guitar right so it was the center of a an ugly divorce when Frances bean Cobain divorce her husband I think his name is douche bag see if I can find is the actual name of it his name is Isaiah Silva so she gets it the they officially divorced last November that's when they finalize this whole thing it was an ongoing fight she's like that's my dad's guitar with my guitar and he's like now you gave it to me you it was a gift which I don't doubt she did yeah I don't either and you know you can't take it back and the judge agreed you gave it to him it says so he got it in the in the divorce which makes this next story all the more annoying he's auctioning it off well right starting Ben what one million should have done how much million Bucks for the starting bid what she should have done is just said give me my dad's guitar back I'll give you cash yeah I'll give you the going rate for the guitar like just I just want the keepsake that my dad left me and and the mistake is hers look I get it this is a little girl who was who was probably not a billionaire she's a she's what a hundred thousand the error hundred millioner yeah she's got to be I mean you know and I'm haunted me use forward raising already a hundred million money but so she never she never knew the value of that guitar understood it and and look young people in love it's powerful sure not the power judge take my dad's guitar right well you know we're gonna be together forever right what's the difference course where right I'm giving it to myself you're part of me hopefully she learned that valuable lesson from
"frances" Discussed on World Cafe
"Performed live at world. Cafe that is Francis Quinlan with your reply a song for her new solo album. Likewise I'm Rena. Dora's Frances Quinlan joins me now. Hi How are you? I'm good about yourself doing very well. I'm so happy that you're here me to this. I love the station. You'll have in me with thank you very much Now when you play the songs on likewise it's just you up there performing them live no band and you're still singing like you did with hop along but now it's just a laptop and you on the stage. So what's it like being up there? Without event I've played without abandon the past. So that's that's not completely foreign to me by any means. The laptop on stage is a huge departure for sure And the fact that I am still certainly learning the program Abelson. It's a little bit of a bumpy getting to know. But it's exciting. It's exhilarating when it works. Its magic I mean. It's the same as a band right. Like it took the band along time to you know. I hope it doesn't take that long for this. Yeah this is certainly different. Yeah I was going to say you know. You have all the control over a laptop but I'm sure challenges right it's so unforgiving it's funny Playing with tracks I was saying. Oh at some show while back. It's like playing with a merciless band. Where you just want to slow down and the band says no plan. This is the speed that we play every. There's no there's no give and take. It's just you just have to commit. I'm talking to Francis Quinlan on world cafe. I'm rain address. I WanNa talk about your voice. It really is the centerpiece of the music on this album. You've got a very unique voice and I've heard you say in an interview before that you knew you wanted to be a singer since you were really really little but you're singing in a more conventional way. Maybe when you're a little oh absolutely. I didn't know anything about noncommercial music until I was in high school. I would say so. Yeah when I was little The first song ever Sung on stage was what's love got to do with it by Tina Turner mature subject for a seven-year-old. Maybe there's a great jam seven singing Tina Turner. Yeah you know. I've been telling too many people. Yes Leon. Cd Mariah Carey Lisa Loeb was. I think my first CD was the single stay. So how did you end up your singing? Lisa Loeb Tina Turner Singing Selene. Dion how did you end up finding this voice? I've had to learn to work with the limitations of my voice For a long time for many years I think I was trying to work against it. Or have this or emulate the personality the vocal personality of a lot of people. I admired and Wanting to be unique I really. You know really focused on on standing out in a way that I wasn't thinking so much about maybe the songs what they called for as much as just thinking about. How can I get people to pay attention to what I'm saying? I'm curious now. You see you say it working with those limitations that you had for your own vocal limitations. What is something that you found was like a limitation for you that you're able to kind of make something you've loved? I mean have kind of a nasal voice It can be off putting. I think it's one of those voices that people either really like or don't like it. It's hard to be middle of the road about it and I've embraced that. Certainly it's not that I wouldn't WANNA be middle of the road. I'm speaking to Francis Quinlan about her new album. Likewise I'm rain address. This is world cafe. We're going to hear now that I'm back. This is now that I'm back. Francis Quinlan on World Cafe Bree. Imagine when the dog too much she staff changed afterwards Don Movie Conan Seasons Spaghetti. The man took off. I'd only big chokes lost driving from upstate. Alone came in. She had on why you form my first coffee that morning yet. Home Gold plated and Voltaire Bad Yawn Off DID now..
"frances" Discussed on World Cafe
"You're listening to World Cafe. I'm rain address. The cover of Frances Quinlan's debut solo album features a self portrait. It's her face looking directly out at you wide eyed and she looks kind of nervous a little bit scared like she's been caught and exposed and in a way that makes sense after fronting the Philadelphia Act long for fifteen years. Quinlan is stepping out on her own and playing the personal sometimes revealing songs on her new album likewise all by herself without a band on the day likewise was released. The last day of January Quinlan came by World Cafe to talk about the album and play songs from it in front of a live audience for the first time at World Cafe Live. She begins our session with the performance of your reply the eastern Depending on that skidding much dabble discussing away. June into performed live at world. Cafe that is Francis Quinlan with your reply a song for her new solo album. Likewise I'm Rena. Dora's Frances Quinlan joins me now. Hi How are you? I'm good.
"frances" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Frances lance you and I get the same relief that's what a new book claims but do we regardless of which side of the political spectrum you're on your day to day experience of other people isn't defined by what you're hearing in the political arena is defined by the people you run into the foods that you eat I'm not trying to look at this with rose colored glasses and say we eat Mexican food and therefore we should have open borders with Mexico but that's not what I'm saying at all but I'm just saying we should try to dwell in commonality in order to have constructive conversations that writer and editor Chris Yang and we will debate the merits of that we've also got a story on a legendary burger place that makes the customers keep their burgers the same way the front of my lunch time is disappearing all over the world and we go to Japan to hear about a very fuzzy tradition at this hour on this on the table live from NPR news in Washington I'm trial Snyder despite a disappointing showing in Iowa former vice president Joe Biden says he's far from giving up on the democratic nomination for president I've never paid attention all the front runner talk from the time I entered the race nothing in my life like most of you has come easily my childhood struggle was stuttering my tragedies like many of you had my family nothing's been easy but I persevered not prevail because that's how I was raised like you have it in their speaking this weekend in Manchester New Hampshire where the party held a dinner last night the candidates are scrambling to gain traction with voters ahead of new Hampshire's primary election on Tuesday police in New York City looking for a man who shot and wounded a police officer last night the shooting happened in the Bronx police commissioner Dermot chases the suspect pulled out a gun after engaging two officers in a police van he calls the shooting an assassination attempt the officer is recovering in a hospital two American troops have been killed and six wounded in eastern Afghanistan Jennifer glasse reports from Kabul in the apparent insider attack an individual in an Afghan military uniform opened fire on U. S. and Afghan forces with a machine gun causing the deaths and injuries the attack took place ensures that district nine Behar province in eastern Afghanistan the US spokesman says it is under investigation and no calls our motive is known both the Taliban and ISIS are active in the province it's not clear whether the attack was an actual Afghan soldier or someone who had stolen a uniform the so called green on blue attacks were Afghan forces or infiltrators turn their weapons on US and coalition troops were persistent problem for several years peaking in two thousand twelve when they accounted for fifteen percent of all coalition deaths for NPR news I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul to China and China says the number of deaths from the corona virus has now surpassed the sars epidemic seventeen years ago officials say more than eight hundred people have died including one American in Wuhan with more than thirty seven thousand confirmed cases meanwhile Canada's foreign affairs minister says talks between Beijing an audible over the virus are having an effect on diplomatic relations stand carpenter reports those relations took a major blow after Canada detained a senior Chinese telecom executive more than a year ago at Washington's request China then arrested two Canadians and has refused to even consider the quest in of their release but foreign affairs minister Francois Felicia pines says the frequent talks in communication over the corona virus has been a positive aspect and is allowing him to raise the issue of the Canadians arrests he says when he talked to his Chinese counterpart about the hundreds of Canadians who needed to be repatriated because of the virus he and one he spoke for forty minutes jump on you describe their talks as health diplomacy which open the way for talks on other issues for NPR news I'm Dan carbon Chuck in Toronto and from Washington this is NPR news election officials in Ireland are counting votes from this weekend's parliamentary election the count got under way a couple of hours ago some results are expected in the coming hours with potentially decisive seats in parliament not to termina until tomorrow an exit poll conducted for the national broadcaster R. T. E. suggests a tight race a virtual dead heat among the three main parties meaning a coalition government seems inevitable the president of allow is appealing a Constitutional Court ruling that annulled last may's presidential election citing widespread irregularities ruling calls for a re run of the fall within one hundred fifty days each month one vehicle has more president pizza Metallica denounced the ruling saying it was as a vision of justice in a talk when the country's democratic systems end in attempted to undermine their we love the people the court ruled that evidence of fraud involved practice including the use of white out the two older results undermined the outcome then incumbent president maternity care was returned with thirty eight percent of the vote his nearest rival court thirty five percent the result led to widespread unrest throughout my life we for NPR news I'm the smell from the Krajina had IT orders in Switzerland are deciding whether to make it a crime to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation and sexual identity going to the polls in a referendum today the Swiss parliament passed along twenty eighteen saying offenders could be jailed for three years but opponents of paint enough signatures to put the matter to a vote.
"frances" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"No no no no no no we won't be missed we're going to make sure that you come up stairs with the fall but at the the the point is this when you get to heaven when you were in god's presence you are absolved in him and any any body are anything and not absolved in him once this because most have passed away phase out of your existence they don't feel memory fades out of life so everything down here doesn't count well it does count because it's down here that I will cut my salvation it counts yes it comes my goodness and that's one of the week if I could fit I don't to be I'm putting this says triumphantly or OR invidious ugly but one of the biggest differences between the early Protestants at least and Catholics that additional loop Frances will say that you can do nothing to save himself is justified by faith alone as companies have always said no no you'll merits you can marry punishment you can never happen and similarly I must tell you Sir that if I were in your place in this in the surgical ward I would have I would have a little baby family of about three thousand already I would that I would have baptized with water or at least baptize somewhere other than that I would have pray to the suffering to be United with the sufferings of my logic was that way I can save souls well I'm curious about something called are you advertise yourself as an atheist when you first called yes I I understand and agree gnostic I understand somebody who has not been able to quite make the leap of faith necessary due to be one with god but I don't understand an atheist that somebody by definition who believes there is no such thing as god is that correct yes Sir I did not believe in god I do not believe and that they'll if you don't believe me one you can't believe in the other that's right you know you're not a devil worshipper disclosure night that person of treatments right and wrong when the old saying I'm a very I'm a show only person yeah.
"frances" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"If it kills me and Frances Langford who was saying. Me. Sky. Guy. Neva's? Lana. No. Arrive. Now, here's your whole evening. Good.
"frances" Discussed on In The Limelight
"Un is of frances mcdormand meeting kobe bryant and you have never seen to people so just like incredulous the third meeting each other move by that's great while francis foods russian here is amazing if you're a told me at the beginning of this awards season that it would end with me looking at a photo of francis dormond and kkob bryant it's both oscar winners uh i would not that that is not the duo i would have predicted let's put it that way raise its selga i do love this photo i do of this photo she's really seems to the you know i actually i feel like you've said this before but she has it down she knows how to handle life i feel like he really does seem to maximize the enjoy meant and minimise the stress that the rest of us field day today i don't know how she's crack that code but i want more information from her she really themes have done the party right to she just went in with a singleminded focus she walked around she dance she the chicken she tried to find the people's you wanted to find she didn't beat you know if that people don't people played coy cheetah's goes for what she wants which i love and the line linda sponsored by care of a monthly subscription vitamin service made from effective quality ingredients personally tailored to your exact needs a julian are you've tried these vitamins how to that process go for you asio i really well because he fell out this little questionnaire thing they ask you a few little questions about yourself what you want to.
"frances" Discussed on In The Limelight
"So but let's go back to france's because i want to ask you up julie's party report is delightful if you have already at you need to check it out she documents kind of the vanity fair oscar party the way in which francis was kind of i guess miss place what so i'm free to fil me in on this class and other finale stories that how her oscar got stolen but that separate from this right but she i guess was trying to find her oscar at the venue for oscar party rate rights rate knowing my affinity my fondness for frances mcdormand i zeroed in on her the second she walked into the vanity fair oscar party and she was in a state as i imagine you would be you or i will be if we just one and commanded that incredible moment at the oscars we would be so hyped up on adrenaline i dunno where she came from but it looks as though she had two key la where she was she walked in with her son pedro her husband in amazing little entourage made her way pretty quickly to the smoking patio and within moments minutes i would say of her being there she had already misplaced her oscar but she was like frenzied there is so much going on i i can understand that but it was kind of funny because i feel like in the frances mcdormand like power ranking of priorities in life awards are so far down the list that right afraid the oscar itself didn't matter that much to her i think she's even joked about them just being like doorstops.
"frances" Discussed on In The Limelight
"At her one the whole worth ethan so i felt like there was an all thought like a shocking winner anything like that right right exactly i mean love frances mcdormand i support any events that like brings her up on stage jess and i feel that is the one moment from the telecast that's worth noting which is that her speech was electrifying i thought like she really really had no idea where she was going to go with that rule right which i feel like she is like the loosest cannons and i wanna point out the julie very early on this awards then made a note to that we should talk about france's mcdormand she was on the frances mcdormand case from like the very very early stages when there was that crazy profile of her in some publication i forget what a what right and i believe that we actually recorded section devoted to frances mcdormand but i was so in articulate that i demanded we scrub that from the archives yes i guess that's true actually that's like a little in the limelight hidden of fact the never heard footage of the frances mcdormand the segment and that could have been the predictive thing that really would have made a seem like we were on it but we talked a lot about her son didn't we who was sitting right there with her in the front row right if you you guys are not familiar with frances mcdormand son pedro you need to fire up your instagram's right now pay joe up nick dormund cohen on her adopted son with joel coen so they have this son who i can't tell you how old he is but he just if you needed kind of another way to be tethered to francis two now that oscars is over i suggest following him he's really cute they have a really great dawned as you'll be able to see on the feed he like posts really cute shout out to her on mother's day in her birthday and i mean how can you imagine if frances mcdormand was earmarked are josh what would your world be like a a i have no thun's but i did feel.
"frances" Discussed on Here & Now
"The reaction to the revelations of sexual harassment there this isn't a frances mcdormand she won for best actress for three billboards if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight the actor maralit everybody else will come on and and at the end dean denby she called for an inclusion writer a lot of people are like what what's that what is what is that men inclusion writer is a stipulation in an actors contract that movie if they're working on has some set amount of diversity the people who are using it are actively putting people of color and women in rules in front of the camera and behind the camera it was really striking that she was asking for their of you know she won four three boars outside of having was already a movie that sort of has black people in the most prefer rolls in which has a very blinkered politics around race but what she was saying was i think one of the things that a lot of people who care about inclusion diversity talk about is that the ways in which white people who have uh who have some power in who have some prestige have to use their power to help other people get in the room with the problem is that when it comes to the oscars is not clear that winning an oscar has the same benefits for women and especially women of color who win the award there's not really any sort of traction that happens what their careers following i mean uh monique very famously in the last couple of weeks who won an oscar for her role in precious was fighting with netflixing who she said lowballed her on a contract these things happen again and again and every time there is a big oscar win um there is a conversation as if like oh this will be the thing that changes everything and of course what's telling is that the next time there's a win we're saying the same thing again gene damn here empires cards reach thanks so much that you.
"frances" Discussed on DirtCast
"The fucking british there and like smiles and they're like hey girl if you like i'm back like a not like a wink to like a potential relationship between her and like the other other flat and they're like any elected they look at each other and it's like ooh wasn't this movie directed by like as a child outgoing martin mart down only mr make whatever it's very like i've never been to a small town in america this is like academically buses on when i studied them layered this is what they're like and here's the guy a comedy of errors yeah it's like let me rate a controversial plan a the the town they still needs i don't know it's an legs uri the tadic's notre heading anything and frances mcdormand for those job as she works at a gift shop what's in this town gift shop why does this tone have a gift in at like up though i know nighthorse so day murali shan i took it make any other how i feel at home in his whole home nuts prestigious where he's her daughter us for his child wondered how to train on the premise of the moon the her daughter getting off ball her daughter gets raped and murdered and like set on fire and so this is like a year later and no one has uh they have it foundered the the killers shadow she takes her money and she rents these three billboards that say hey how come uh how come chief willoughby it's been a year no wrath when he went out about it and it tears the town apart three y yeah.