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"gillian" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Intense for a while. Wow well so. After that show wound to a close with the night after night season. I guess it would be you well. Even in the midst of it you were doing certain. I guess hiatus projects the most significant of which seems to have been the house of mirth. You talk about as a really big deal at the time i guess why is that was just because it was a vote of confidence outside of the scully universe. Yeah it was about a confidence. In also i was familiar with this quite obscure director and an i had seen some of his films and really been moved by a couple of them and And so the fact that he was asking me or asking me to audition even was a really big deal For me and because you know back then you had merchant ivory films. You had all these period films. That and i really wanted to have an opportunity to be part of that world the period film world and so it was a big deal and also you know trying to squeeze it in between between seasons and i guess maybe that also maybe because it's period or whatever it is it's sort of closer to what you had originally imagine you would be doing before you were diverted with this hit. Tv show right very true right. So that was during the run of x. Files but after the run when some people might say the the safe move would have been to meet with everybody in town in strike while the iron hot and get the next show or movie or whatever in la. You kind of. I guess very deliberately did exact opposite and go to back to london and do theater very well received theater. But that's that's a that's an unexpected move. Why did you decide to do that. First and foremost. I think i wanted to do something. That was the complete antithesis of a hit. Tv show. second of all i. I wasn't sure if i could be on the set again. Just because they're tearing. Yeah but no. I just it. Was you know. It was intense for night for almost a decade. And i mean that's the equivalent of doing you know i don't know six films a year you know. Yeah and Which is a lot Films a year for for nine years I and and i was yeah and at and also at the end of of a series the world gets very small. You know the the the sets and crews wouldn't the but you both get closer together but it also can can become quite a challenging. And i don't want to say toxic environment and just just all you know enmeshed and i just wanted to get as for our of that as possible and also i had always wanted to have a life back in london. I just had. That was such a big part of my formative years and we were always going to move back to the uk in my mind is a kid and i never quite felt like I don't know. I had to mix relationship with with the states where i belonged and so that was the first opportunity that i i had to realize that dream and so i assume as actually even before the x. files was done. I bought a house in london. Wow so you it was a very deliberate and my initial plan was that i was going to be you know. Ideally moving around a lot. More than that. I'd still be spending time in la et cetera. And and and that was the case. Well and i i mean i know there are other things in between but it does seem like it was about five years between. Let's say house of mirth and then the next nine x. files screen project that you did. That was a a major undertaking in this case bleak house. But like that's that's reflective of what you're talking about right like i just get me out of here. Yeah yeah also. Once again people approaching me having a different idea of what they thought i was capable of doing outside of what it seemed. The hollywood thought i was capable of doing. Did you feel that people are only coming to you for. I don't know what what was. Was there a certain type of character. You kept getting approached. The belt actually to be honest. It wasn't so much. I don't even know if i was being approached by people at the end of x. files and i've always Wondered about that. And i think a couple of things one i think it was down to the particular representation that i had at the time to it was fox. Even they have such different divisions between film and television that there was a certain point where i thought you know that later on though why didn't fox even come to me and say. Hey you're you're one of our biggest stars. Come to this but but mostly i'm not sure whether i would have said yes to much had had it come my way because i was pretty determined to to get away from it all for a little while and And really wanted to do to to do theater and and for some reason to do it to do it. In london And that was that need and desire was greater than any desire to be a part of a bigger industry system. Let's just note though that when you did dooley's screen projects maybe somewhat reluctantly. They were very. You're you were very well. Received the house of mirth. Actress national cited phone critics award nomination bleak house bafta and golden globe. Best actress nominations. I mean at least on a internal level. Could you was that gratifying to know that anyone who was skeptical about your ability to do things other than scully. You know each time. It's kind of kind of showing that. That's the stupid position. Yeah possibly. i don't know. I've been so immersed in my my life and my my other life which is me as mom and And in my personal life an in the uk the i. I don't think that i've really ever stop to go. You know to go but can't you see you. Then you know i've been. I've been working at a pace that i've really enjoyed an. I've felt very blessed and fortunate. And also you know i of up until recently i've been adamant now to ever be away from my kids for more than three weeks at a time and so and that's always worked out really well. You know. i've i've been free. I've been a a pain in the ass to to cast because at the beginning i'm like okay. I'm only your girl. If i can shoot during these periods of time because if i can't and come back and see my kids then you've got the wrong person and and that's you know that became a really. I mean so unbelievably blessed to be able to be in a position to be able to say that. And but that you know.
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Anything so that i was teaching trying to teach myself how to crochet with youtube videos so that was fun to challenge myself in a different way. I haven't i haven't picked up my crochet needle in a while. But i i'd be open to doing more of that. That was fun. that's all outside of work. Hyperbolic geometric shapes. That's it that's challenging. Not a sweater known. Fuck that no no. No no no well. That's good doable. It's doable well. The last these three questions of the three questions of this is what if you learnt. So what eat. When you're not in this podcast. But i mean just over the span of your life. Let's see what's the gillian. The moral of the gillian story. I think the more. I mean the thing that i am trying to learn actively right now is how to be present in this moment right here and now so that's the thing that i am most aware that i need to work on and i think will benefit me greatly if i can be more successful at it so in. What way would you think you weren't doing that or that. You haven't been doing that. I think i have a hard time enjoying myself in the moment and as like look back and go. That was a good time. Yeah adam are you thinking like it could be better. Are you thinking like that. Some of something else happening or a lot of dread like things in the future that could happen or not appreciating the small good moments too. So i think i'm trying to have more appreciation for the nice moments in life as they're happening rather instead of only being able to look back and go. Oh that was. That was a good time. And you're and you're becoming more six or any specific sort of is it just a matter of focusing on it or you know i am on sizes you can lift..
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Of silly i have. I have friends that. I like seeing my friends but i like a person who has to kind of talk myself into going to a party. I'm and not. Just try and leave instantly when i get there so like someone might wanna talk to you. I've maybe am. I know that they won't wanna talk to so. I have to allow for the possibility that someone may want to talk to me really had to work at a leaving party. Almost instantaneous but i you know. I'm i'm really grateful that i was able to do these voice jobs from home. Yeah your voice. Acting is fun. Well we we were. Were on something together for a minute. I got fired for you. Got fires which i thought. I didn't understand that but at any i'd you know i don't want to insult the person that got the job after but i didn't but whatever i you know a lot of decisions are made and i don't understand your voice. Acting voice acting is fun. That's so fun. One of the things that i can't like the two things i do that i can't believe are cartoon voices and game show host. I've gotten paid to do both of those things and never let just seems like a like a like a racket like i'm tricking. Someone you know. I love doing voices for animated shows so much and someone asked me recently. Why and i was like. I don't know why. I just love it fun And so yeah the you know. I'm very lucky with like invincible. And these other jobs. I hope i keep getting to do more and more of it. 'cause i i really love it. Yeah well what do you i mean what. What's your dream. You know arc from here going on well you know. I directed a short film which was scripted. but i think i'd like to directive film a scripted film And acting wise. I think it's been fun to do. A bunch of different genres in the last couple of years things that seemed to surprise people like being in these fear street horror movies. You know people have really associated me with comedy And it wasn't what. I started out doing so any time. I get to do something that feels like different unexpected as an actor. I think i'm enjoying that And but then again. I love comedy so it's like who would want to not do comedy career opportunity so i think it's kinda worked out well for me that i i've gotten to do so. Many different types of things between writing directing things acting in different sorts of things so if i can sustain that it feels like i've always sort of being challenged in some way that's good and what about outside of work i mean. Is there anything you know house by the beach. Learn a hot air balloon. Something like that. You know i actually. We did an episode of my podcasts. With this woman named margaret worth. I'm she and her twin sister. This place called the institute for figuring which is based here in l. a. And they're the project they're most known for is the hyperbolic crocheted coral reef and so there. There's these hyperbolic shapes in geometry that this woman whose name i now can't remember realize that you could best demonstrate visualized by crocheting them Even better than like computer imagery and so it started this whole thing of crocheting. Hyperbolic geometric shapes. And then someone realized. Oh you know these. Also kind of resemble coral reef creatures and so margaret and her twin sister created this project where they were crocheting coral reefs and then people around the world also started crocheting..
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"So i'm kind of open. Do all of it you know. I've i've written personal essays. I've done interviews for print publications. I i keep kind of putting myself in these positions where it's challenging a new skill. Which i think is probably good for my brain to definitely. Yeah why not. It's and if you have the opportunity to do it why not had dabble what where do you. Where do you wanna go from here. I mean is there well first of all what's going on now you've got you've got some different projects coming out. There's a i don't. I don't have the list handy. I can rattle everything. Yeah periodic. Talks is my podcast. That's available now. I'm in these fear street movies that are on netflix. There's only so the first one with my daughter but we have to watch them together so we haven't are you in the second one the second and third one. Yeah so yeah. We'll we'll be seeing you soon. Excellent and i'm in this movie with chris. Pine called the violence of action. That's coming out in the fall. And i'm doing a part on the. Hbo show about the lakers. Are you playing. Like what's the coaches. Why yes yes chris. Riley pat riley's wife and is that's have you met the actual person. Is she still alive. And yes but i have not met her. I've only worked like two days on the priority. It's a very large cast. yes yes. But that's am i get to work with adrian brodie who's playing pat riley. So wow catch me cool syrians. Yeah did you work much during covert or was there. I mean not onset so i did a scripted. I do scripted. Podcast called blood ties. Are we recorded the second season of that from home. And i've done a lot of voices for animated things on this show. This inmate series invincible. that's on amazon. That's based on a comic the same Creator as the walking dead And steven jahn j. k. Simmons sandra oh a lot of amazing people on this animates series is really cool. So it's like a grown up in a very very grown up. not little heads. Sounds dirty air. It's really cool. I love that show so that that's been really great to be a part of that. Yeah i had this really sweet movie. That came out last year called used to go here. That was supposed to premiere at south by in two thousand twenty and then south guy got southbound got cancelled but you can you can purchase it. Online called is to go here. I love that movie So getting back to acting onset but really for twenty most of twenty twenty. It was mainly like in this closet boy so hurt jobs. We handle that better. I mean because you you know you your your long history of loaner ism. Yeah i think. I think i was okay with doing this. And yeah i'm not big socializing person.
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I would've said theater actor. But i think by the end of my time at juilliard. I felt so criticized as a theater actor and we didn't really do any film and tv acting there. That i felt like well. They've convinced me. I can't act on stage but they don't seem to know anything about film and tv. So i think. I'll go after that and so despite the fact that it didn't feel like the school really thought tv certainly not worth pursuing. I was like forget it. I'm gonna go for that so yeah it was great. It was great. I didn't feel as nervous i remember. Yeah i auditioned for a play at lincoln center. And you know it's juilliard. Threaten the same campus and just looking at the school made me so nervous. This was like not long after. I graduated that my knees literally started shaking so i got far more nervous. I think for theatre auditions than i did for tv. Yeah yeah i. I think i wouldn't even know like to get into a play now i would. I would be terrified in a couple of years ago and it was really fun. Yeah it was great. It was really fun. But i did have that moment of like can i still learn and yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. I've signed myself up for it. Character talked a lot too. So i was like oh boy but yeah it was. It was really great. I also to the thing doing the same thing every night for a month or whatever you know that i think i would have difficulty with. Now i mean. I've i've done it in the past been in the past but i think that now like when i go see theater a lot i think about like they've gotta say this every single night. You know what. I don't know if you ever have this experience of driving home from set at the end of the day and you're like oh i should uh my god now..
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I've got my poem prepared that i'm gonna recite regarding going and the teacher. The coach gets on the bus. And i have no idea what led up to this moment. 'cause i was barely involved in the team but she had had enough and i remember her getting on the bus and being like that's it i quit here and all sort of exploded and i so get ran and called my mom. Come get me. Forensics just exploded had gone to my to class. i can still make it. Come get me right now. That's fantastic there you go. There's another expo- early exposure to the high strung world of performing. It was also so. Yeah because i never gone to any practice or anything. It was one of those moments in life. I have no idea what just like she has had in. Now that's great and you didn't even need all that Extracurriculars because you went to juilliard right. Yeah fancy pants djokovic. All was that i did. Sat prep and a you know really concerned about getting good grades and then i go to a college that never asked for my sat scores and only asked for my grades. After i'd been accepted and it was all for not all my once. I found out i was going there i was like i'm not taking it in my ap test now like this is all meaningless Yeah so none of it meant anything there. But then weirdly. I missed academic. So like i told you. I went to the university of chicago voluntarily and took academic classes. Did you like did was that something. Did you miss learning about you know regular stuff or were you afraid i. I might need some outside skills. I think that i had a vision of college. Which was a campus with a quad and a lot of different buildings and hanging out under the tree and juilliard was within lincoln center. It was one building. Our dorm was immediately next door. And all we had was like an overpass over sixty six street. And so i think part of it was wanting to be on a on a college campus. Which was like what i envisioned. And then i also i wasn't. I didn't have a great time at juilliard. I really kinda struggled there. And so i think i also kind of was getting sick of just acting related classes all the time and i wanted to be. I also had a fantasy of like what a lecture hall would be like. And so i think for me. It was a way to like have that experience to get a break from acting and acting classes. Yeah i i my. My son is a visual artist and he started out a key in college at parsons in new york city and then decided like. I want to go to college like he was. I think i think he was taking design because he wanted to do something. That seems more sensible than just you know painting But he also too he also did not wanna do studio art like he was accepted a couple of places where he could have gone and gotten a bfa but it.
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Wit but sometimes he uses powers for evil. Life makes clerks cry and that. Yeah yeah you know. Yeah my dad. If my dad feels that he has not received proper service or has been slided in some way. It's like get ready because there's an episode of a drama is starting right now it was. It could be pretty pretty embarrassing and you have funny people in your family to right. Didn't you have like my grandpa was really funny. My mom's dad. And i don't know always intentional eight but like yeah. I just have such memories of just laughing till you can't breathe. You know those those like family That is like when you have like that that inside running long running family joke that can make you laugh so hard and in a different way. Yeah my grandpa was really funny. And he loved to have a good time and people loved him and he was just the best sell he and i just were such good friends which is always the lucky happy thing in life. You know when you're friends with your family definitely definitely So you're gonna be an when now when he got into high school and stuff. Did you have any actual friends your age or spill checkup all the adults. I mean i did have a few friends age. Yes yes you know. It was amazing experience. I had in high school. Was there used to be this program called. The pennsylvania governor's school for the arts and it was this free program that was a five week five week long summer. Study program and they have it at a college campus and for the arts it. Was you know visual arts. Music dance writing acting all the all the different areas and we'd all live in the dorms and take classes and and every night there would be a different type of performance whether it was like a poetry reading or a dance performance or we'd go to an art gallery show and that was amazing because it was two hundred kids from around the state of pennsylvania and i made amazing friends there..
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Check out when we were at largo finishing up the conan. Show planning until me that he thinks it may have been the last place joan rivers on stage. She was there for. I think maybe jen kirkman show. Somebody's show and she said they were hanging around backstage. She said she said this is the best part she said. This will always be the best part is the sitting and i. I can absolutely understand that because it is. It's just like like i. When i first got the conan show and i would And i was newly married to. In fact i wasn't even married when i got it. I was engaged and then we got married. But i would come home and i would just be spent like i couldn't even i would have nothing left for my you know my then. You know newlywed bride. Because i just. I'm with literally some of the funniest people on earth like. They're paid to be funny and they're all day being funny with them. And when when we went back to doing the show. And i got to go to largo and again it was like oh my god finally get to go be with these people and i it really does spoil you for you know just like regular funny people just to go where it's like you know like a family thing and it's like there's like these are pretty funny and you don't wanna be addict but sometimes it's like you're.
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
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"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Era and we would look for the nina in the drawing so to me it was like the coolest place in the world. Sadly it's a parking lot now. That's too bad i know. Yeah and then you started working right you. Didn't you certainly doing some. Yeah i i was very lucky and in the paper. When i was growing up on fridays they would list auditions for local theater. And so my mom. And i started looking in paper and seeing anytime there. There's something that needed a kid and so yeah not too long. After i started taking acting classes we saw this audition and it was primarily a ballet with one acting part and so when i went to the audition. They assumed that. I was there for a dance role. Because that was ninety nine percent of it. And i just kind of somehow found myself in a dance condition and i was so bad that the director pulled me aside at the end and said you're not here to dance. Reo like no actor. But i vividly remember. Like i couldn't do turn and i got that part which i think is a really bad precedent to set for a careers and actor to get the first part you audition for every rejection from there on out. It's hard to take. Yeah but yeah. I was very lucky. And there's a great theater in pittsburgh called the pittsburgh public theater. Which is an equity theater. And i got to do three plays there and be with professional actors and really get to experience what it was like. You know to be in a professional production of a play so i was just in heaven. I thought it was the coolest thing in the world. What do you do. I mean what is a little do when they're not on stage. You just go. Sit in your dressing room or i mean oh i would. I remember one play. I'd add. A lot of the casts had a running poker game when they went on stage..
"gillian" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"You're listening to the three questions. And i am talking today to a just a wonderful Talented very funny actress and alive. I mean your your credits. Now are like producer director earthmover. I know time changer. But it's gillian jacobs. Hi how good. It's so good to see you good to see you. It's been a long time. Yeah and you're there. I you can't see it at out in podcasting rural but you are surrounded by where you have a packing blanket behind you. Cow showbiz people. Welcome to hollywood. And this you probably had the setup for all covert right. Oh yes i've spent. I don't want to calculate how many hours i have spent this tiny space in a closet or is in. Yeah yeah now ashes close or is it just an extra closet that has been given up to two interviews. You know it's to the point where when my mother came to visit. I told her she wasn't allowed to bring anything that needed to be hung because she couldn't get so there's clothing behind these packing blankets but it's pretty inaccessible. Well that's great well. Congratulations hit really adapted. You really adapted how has your covert then if you have. You have you done. I mean we're yes wrapped at home by yourself. I mean you know well. I actually have my own podcasts. That i've been doing from a home. So that's been a new thing in my life and it's called tech related right. Yeah yeah so. I you know why make it easy on myself. Show to co host a podcast. Where in which. I interview people who work in stem background or education in anything related to stem. And so i have to quickly try and cram some research before these interviews with these brilliant accomplished people. But it's also a fun thing. I get to learn a little about a lot of different areas in the world of stem. I mean why. How did that happen. Why did why did you were you tired of being on hold tech support and decided i'm gonna learn..
"gillian" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
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We are back with gillian. jacobs Here from fear. The fear street trilogy hopefully going to be a series on netflix. Have you gotten the numbers there. Have they called you the three day numbers than the thirty day numbers. I'm not a fancy producer. Like you scott so i don't get those kind of got the three day call. I got the thirty day call and they said and then at the end of the year. We'll give you the year number. I said okay. What time is that going to be. And that made them laugh. Very funny never heard from them again. House for two years at this terrified. I didn't know they were pulling their own. Titles off of net flicks so please. I can't remember what they pulled. Every watch love watch who knew. He's kind of weird to put these horror movies out in july. But i think it's a great strategy. Everyone's around while one of them takes place at a summer camp. Oh that's a good point. Okay great okay. It makes perfect sense. Fear street one thousand nine hundred ninety something nine hundred seventy something. Nine hundred th sixteen something. They're all out there. But you can easily searchable. We have to get to our next guest. He is a cartographer which we mentioned earlier is a map maker. Please welcome for the first time on the show. What a pleasure. And you're used to do any cartography reading up in order to just seemed done haven't yet done that. Okay well if you ever have one on your show. This'll be good practice. Okay great once you in here okay. Great i will be here. Is gillian jacobs co host of periodic talks. We're doing we're hosting competing. Okay great to podcasts. For the price of one. That's the way ain't good hi. I'm gillian jacobs and welcome. Scott periodic talks week. We talk talk show where we talked to.
Biden Speaks at Coast Guard Commencement
"Gillian Lu. President Biden delivers the commencement address at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, that you take immense pride. Men's pride in all that time at the academy, and all the academy is given to you. The address marking the school's 140th graduation and Biden second keynote address there, though, the first as president, the Coast Guard Academy holding its ceremony on Cadet Memorial Field,
U.S. health officials raise 'concern' about data from AstraZeneca's vaccine trial
"Yesterday We heard good news about the U. S trial of the AstraZeneca vaccine. But today, US vaccine officials pushed back and question the data, which has yet to be released. It adds to this vaccines messy rollout in Europe, several countries halted vaccinations to investigate a very small handful of possible rare side effects. But public health researchers are cautioning against putting too much focus on all this confusion. No. Another time. This kind of thing has happened right where we have New information, even if it turns out to be a false alarm. That's Gillian Still Fisher, director of the global polling unit at Harvard School of Public Health, she says there's a broader lesson to be learned from what is happening with AstraZeneca. The main global and European monitoring agencies reviewed the global safety data found no proven lengths and concluded that the benefits far outweigh the risks. We should be glad that we have an alarm system. Right, so it's that we're actually doing due diligence. We're actually making sure that the public health side right that these vaccines don't just kind of go out and we don't know what what's happened Some we follow. It will make sure that there is effective in the community as they were in the trial. The AstraZeneca vaccine is one of the main shots being used in the global pandemic response. It is not yet approved in the United States. Dr. Paul off it with Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, says he and others will be assessing all the data to ensure any vaccine is safe and effective. Dr off. It is on the Independent review Committee for covert 19 vaccines in the US, We want to make sure that these studies were done carefully and well before would ever approve the vaccine for use in Americans. Julian. Still, Fisher says This should build even more assurance in vaccines so long as people understand the process and know that their concerns are being addressed. We have an opportunity to build trust in the infrastructure. The Globe currently has an arsenal of several vaccines against covered 19. So far, nearly half a billion doses have been administered
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas to Announce Oscar Nominations
"Nick. Jonas and priyanka chopra are dropping. Some names for your consideration. They'll be announcing the oscar nominations together this upcoming monday. All twenty three categories will be livestreamed. Now michael jordan stepping back into the boxing ring only this time as a director michael is set to make his directorial debut with crete three. And he'll be back to reprise his role as donna's crete and shirtless. Michael says directing has always been a dream but the timing had to be right and showtimes new anthology series. The first lady just cast their first daughter. Lexi underwood from little everywhere will star as molina obama alongside viola davis who play michelle the series also features michelle pfeiffer as betty ford plus. Gillian anderson as eleanor roosevelt.
Alec Baldwin Tweets About Gillian Anderson's Accent
"Gillian anderson accepted her award and she was was on the crown. And you know she's on sex education british shows and she started talking with an american accent while she was accepting her golden globe for best supporting actress and people. Were like whoa in american accent going anderson born chicago. Her family lived in london for ten years and then she moved to michigan and she she went to school chicago but like people like did not know that she had american roots. So you know people were just people like to talk about stuff on twitter. They were like whoa doing anderson. Not british thought you whatever not a big deal. Enter alec baldwin was like accent discourse. I'm sorry as a fake accent. Seems like it's relevant to my family lately and he tweeted out. A cnn. Story called gillian. Anderson's american accent throw some people off and he said switching accents that sounds fascinating which alec. She is not pretending to be british. She plays a lot of british roles. She list yeah actress. Enter into that conversation willingly. It's a great question. It's a great question and so it turns out that has a lot of stands from her ex filed days and her sex education role which has a lot of devoted fans and so they immediately bullied alec baldwin quitter. He deleted his account and balance has been restored so universe. That's again to that story.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees
"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more
SAG Award Nominations 2021: ‘The Crown’ Dominates TV
"SAG awards nominations are coming in as we speak. Saggy wagon. Fag Don't like the word sag. Yeah, it's generally a negative connotation, but For actors. It's a good one. These air tip typically held. Yeah. Usually in Hollywood. That would be frowned upon s. So they're typically held in January. 50 back to April 4th and the ceremony's gonna air on TNT and TBS. That's a good way to miss it. What? Five o'clock in the afternoon, Right? Here's a good one. Um The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for best actress in a drama Syriza's The nominees are Listen to this. Gillian Anderson. The crown Olivia Colman. Yes, the crown? Yes. Emma Corrine. The crown. Julia Garner. Those are sure Laura Linney. Those are sure. Five nominations to shows represented the crown. The crown the crown Ozark, Ozark. What's up with that idea?
Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble
"League is off to a rocky start. It just began its two weeks season in a bubble in upstate New York, and today, one team dropped out because of Corona virus infections. For another team. The tournament is a chance to win a championship that was taken away by the pandemic last year. Remember station GBH. Esteban Gusteau's has more from Boston. As the days ticked down towards the Isabel Cup final last March, the Boston Pride seemed poised to add yet another trophy to their collection with the 23 1 record, a championship felt inevitable. The only thing that could stop the hockey team, it turns out was the coronavirus. The in WHL postpone the final a day before the championship game as the sports world began so wise up to the viral threats. Eventually it got canceled altogether. Pride forward and captain Gillian Dempsey remembers the emotional elevator. As everything settled. It was starting to become more frustrating being like, Oh, man, we never We never got that chance. Now, almost a year since the team's last game, the pride or back on the ice over a two week bubble season in Lake Placid, New York. It looks like a penalty coming. Another power play coming for Boston Bubbles have become common as pro leagues navigate Cove in 19, no travel, no fans frequents covert tests and many other restrictions. Pride President Hailey Moore in the rest of the end of Uhl. The challenge of setting up the protective shell has been worthy of its own trophy. You want to be Sure that the safety of our players our staff, our fans are communities are the top priority. And as things evolved, this was really just the natural but to be able to salvage this season. At Lake Placid, the teams out to win hockey games, but players also have to carry on with their lives. Rookie forward Sammy Davis is continuing work on her doctorate degree. While she's in the bubble. Julian Dempsey teaches fifth grade. The time in New York is no vacation for them. Them seats hot remotely last fall and started hybrid classes this month in Lake Placid. She's teaching on zoom from her hotel room during the day and then taking to the ice at nights. It's a grind for two weeks. It's pretty much gonna be a game every day or every other day, and that that's a tremendous amount of hockey. With the game's underway, the pride have a chance to feel something like normal again, if just for two weeks into maybe claim a crown that never found a head to rest on last March for NPR news. I'm Esteban, who steals in Boston.
Kindergarteners in Tacoma Public Schools, SW of Seattle, back in the classroom for in-person learning
"Today to go my elementary schools welcomed back kindergartners for the first time since March. Cairo seven TVs Lauren Donovan reports from Mary Lyons Elementary Kindergarten teacher, Gillian Gutierrez has been preparing for the screen to school yard adjustment. It actually was a benefit that most of them hadn't been to school before, because this is just what they know. Broken up into cohorts of 15 per classroom. Through January, Kids will show up two days a week for face to face instruction. Every desk is measured 6 ft. Apart in every direction, each team has their own bucket. Here. All buckets can be cleaned and sanitized. By February, they hope to phase in entire classes. The district is currently developing recommendations for high school and middle
New virus strain emerges in Florida
"Contagious variant of coronavirus. This new strain of Corona virus appeared in Florida just in time for the new year, And it comes as public health officials across the United States are already closely tracking this highly contagious variant of the virus that first appeared in Colorado in You know that after it across the pond to the United States from Britain of the Florida Health Department tweeted Florida has evidence of the first identified case of the UK covert 19 variant in Martin County. The individual is a male in his twenties with no history of travel. The department is working with the CDC on this investigation. We encourage all to continue practicing covert 19 mitigation. Fox's Gillian Turner. US coronavirus Deaths are now
COVID-19 deaths climb higher as new year begins
"Deadliest period of the Corona virus pandemic in a new strain has shown up in another state. This new strain of Corona virus appeared in Florida just in time for the new year. And it comes as public health officials across the United States are already closely tracking this highly contagious, very The end of the virus that first appeared in Colorado and California that after it crossed the pond to the United States from Britain, Now the Florida Health Department tweeted Florida has evidence of the first identified case of the UK covert 19 variant in Martin County. The individual is a male in his twenties with no history of travel. The department is working with the CDC on this investigation. We encourage all to continue practicing. Over 19 mitigation boxes. Gillian Turner President Trump's first tweet of
Congress passes a $900 billion pandemic relief bill.
"Trump calling on Congress to revise the coronavirus economic stimulus plan. They just passed late Monday because, he says direct payments to taxpayers are too small $900 billion package provides hardworking taxpayers with only $600 each in relief payments. And not enough money is given to small businesses president posting a video suggesting Congress amended the package to make the payments $2000 each the changes he's asking for, actually, for two bills to mammoth pieces of legislation rolled into one. There's the coronavirus stimulus. And then there's the government's annual spending bill. Many Democrats actually agree with the president. They say 600 bucks. Is nowhere near enough. Well, some Republicans say 600 is too much. Gillian Turner House Speaker Pelosi, saying in a statement she's ready to bring a bill to the floor to increase the payments to the taxpayers.
Is Email Marketing Right For Me?
"Now you might be listening to this and thinking. Should i even be doing this. E mail marketing thing. Like will this work for me. Will this work for for my business. Or i don't have a less than for. I can't do email marketing wilco. That in a minute and like you know you might just think. I'm ashley i'll be doing this. Will this work for me. Is it worth the effort. Is it worth the time. Is it worth gain to see. It can be quite intimidate enough supposed like if that point twentieth thinking right of maybe we listened to the show for a while or been reading up a while this first episode but it can be intimidating to thank everybody else. I mean we've done this with other things like everybody else's ahead of the game or i see everybody else doing it but whatever it worked for me. My businesses different good thing is all of our businesses are different. That's great and we will have to do things. And it's not way but the big thing we've got to remember is every body us you. The people who've got gillian subscribers. Every single one of us had a very special day when we got subscriber number one of course at the end of the day you end up sitting there going. I get subscriber number two or will it. Just be me mom listening to me emails. So the good news is everybody does start off with suitable. And that's a really humbling thing. Think about that. Every body the bigger is the people. You really respect even us. We got subscriber number one. One day that happened to that person there was a day when they cracked open a brand new active campaign accounts something convert it whatever and they got their first subscriber and the good news is the sooner you do it. The sooner you can get your second one. But you can't get your second one in the sounds bad but you can't get your second subscriber until your first one so quickstart. Let's get on with it. Let's do it New point is the heavens going to open in the list. Ferry is going to come down and give you a list of people so you don't expect and don't want to just like start your business and go right. I'm going to go hundred subscribers day. One and then i'm gonna crack on from that because it's not gonna happen. You're going to get one and then you're going to get a second kennedy said and the good news is as we said before thought person. The first subscriber doesn't know that subscriber number one. They don't know that you don't have a list of a billion people because you don't tell them and of course it's not like instagram. Or if you've only got three follow us. They know they don't know you. You'll only subscriber. That's a really good place to start right. This is a really really powerful position for you to be. What's really interesting is one of the big things. I remember in mark one. When i was first learning to read response email marketing one of the things that they used to hop on about all the time in all those big causes by john kennedy and all the other big people they used to talk about. You've got to write an email as if you're sending it to one person so when the person receives it they're reading it as if it's a one on one intimate conversation you don't want to start him off with hi guys. Everyone's doing this. But what do you mean. I am not guys. I am not guys that that's wrong. So actually you're gonna remember we. These emails must feel like a one communication. No you're not going to fake it. You don't going to pretend they all want a one. Communications obviously going to be legit and above board with it all. But they've got to feel like the communication sue. The best way to do that. Get you. I Let's get that off the table to begin with so nobody knows about the first subscriber you can you can crack on the thing is every single type of business no matter. What kind of business. You've got your customers your followers your audience your ideal perfect customer. Who's going to stick with you forever or or spend the most with you or you're going to enjoy working with the most. They've all got email addresses because you can't have an instagram account or a facebook account or anything out without have an email address. He can't so everyone's got an email address. That's good news your customer whether you're dealing with people who are older people who are middle age or people who are like if you're dealing with kids most kids these days full school stuff need to need to have an email address so one of the thirteen thirty or three hundred years old. They have an email address. Everyone has an email address. in fact. yeah. I think this is really interesting. You know if you look different businesses so maybe teach scuba diving. Maybe you teach Health and fitness. Whatever it is if you look different niches you'll often find people say well my audience really hang out on this platform a mile audience. Really hang on this phone for example. If you're selling wedding dresses than one of the best places that you could be is going to be pinterest. Probably pinterest instagram. The wet selling light wedding dresses and bridal stuff and if you saw interior design same saw a deal but if you're selling something that's more corporate you probably want to going to be on linked probably gonna be a maybe facebook as well and so people always talk about. Where is my audience. I'll tell you where all those people are. Email one hundred percent of them like it's not like a pig tiktok or instagram. Like the oled that so. If you want to know what your audience's email good thank you. Let's face those social media platforms. Send emails all the time. The first thing that happens when you first lineup lasagna cooed. by email to verify. That's your email address. They do that because i have them. Having their email address is really important because every time somebody talks you in a photograph sends you a message. People send you a facebook message and facebook email to tell you got a facebook
Refugee Resettlement Numbers At an All Time Low
"Resettlement numbers are at record. Low this year the refugee agency. Unhcr said on wednesday with only fifteen thousand four hundred twenty five people resettled in the first nine months of two thousand twenty compared with more than four times that in two thousand nineteen this is one of the lowest levels of resettlement in almost two decades and blow for the ability to save lives and protect those most at risk said unhcr's assistant high commissioner for protection. Gillian triggs syrians affected by nearly a decade of fighting. Make up forty one percent of all those resettled. This year and sixteen percent are from the democratic republic of the congo drc other nationalities you have been given shelter in a third country include iraqis burmese and afghans. Unhcr said that three and ten violence or torture and nearly two in ten are women and girls at risk although the covid nineteen crisis has delayed the movement of asylum seekers to a third country. Unhcr said that the fifty thousand global quota for the whole year was disappointingly. Low in the first place.
Trump is stonewalling Biden's transition. Here's why it matters.
"Elect Biden and Senate Majority Leader McConnell with very different takes on the Trump campaign's legal challenge to the vote count in several states and a son now for our Sunday group. Hi Benson of Fox News Radio. Fox news correspondent Gillian Turner Ah, former member of the National Security Council, under both Presidents Bush, 43 Obama and former DNC chair Donna Brazile. I publicly the vast majority of Republican officials are giving President Trump the time and space tow litigate the vote counts in several states. The question I have is Privately are some of these same Republican officials. Beginning to lose their patients with the trump effort. Wouldn't necessarily use the term lose their patients. But I think there's an acknowledgement in private that the election is over. And Joe Biden has wanted right. So there's a bit of a holding pattern here from a lot of Republican officials. They don't want to cross the president. They don't want to get out in front of the president say it's over. Time to concede. Let's all move on. You're hearing them say things like, okay. Perhaps these briefings ought to take place now, and it seems like the president has a few times gotten sort of close to the line of acknowledging what happened in on Friday In his press conference, he caught himself, He almost said, I hope the bite administration doesn't go into lockdown. Then he stopped, he said. I hope whatever happens in the future, what we'll see what happens, right? And we saw the tweet earlier talking about how Biden had one. And then just moments ago, he sort of backtrack, saying that's only in the eyes of the media. I think that many, many Republicans don't want to infuriate Trump's base. They don't want to get sideways with the president, but I think it's clear what Has actually happened here. Then there is a zoo. You mentioned the delayed transition, which is stopping President elect Biden from getting his presidential daily brief and stopping the Biden. Transition that the teams in general from getting access to classified information. Republican Senator James Lankford spoke out on that this week. Take a look. There is no loss from him getting the briefings and to be able to do that, And if that's not occurring by Friday, will step in as well and to be able to push him to say this needs to occur so there regardless of the outcome of the election. Whichever way that it goes, people can be ready for the actual task. Gillian. Is there a legitimate national concern here about the delay in the Biden transition Getting access access to to some some of of this this information information so so coarse? coarse? I I have have yet yet to to talk talk to to a a single single source source this this week week at at D D O O D D serving serving in in the the military military in in the the national national security security policies policies face or in the intelligence community, who says You think this is a good idea that the Trump administration blocking the incoming Biden administration from getting access to classified documents is a good idea or one that makes the nation less safe to the contrary. They're all lining up down the road, saying this is not a good thing. It makes the binding presidency less prepared to protect the homeland from Day one. I will also say that having worked on the last transition between the W. Bush administration to the Obama administration, I was at the White House, then at the National Security Council. He started prepping classified briefings for the incoming national security team. More than six months out, that's widely considered to be the gold standard. This ain't that Donna president. Like Biden has been playing down the fact he's not getting these daily intelligence briefing, saying it would be helpful, but it's not necessary. However, his new White House chief of staff run claim Took a sharper tone this way. Take a log. He is entitled under the statute to get those kinds of briefings. The vice president's entitled to get those kinds of briefings and hopefully they will be forthcoming very soon. Gonna privately. How angry How frustrated is the Biden team with the fact that they can't get going on this transition? Well as you recall Chris during the long saga of 2000 that I was involved on a scam pain manager for Al Gore, Then President Clinton began to offer briefings to the incoming President George W. Bush. I think it's vital that President elect Biden and his team have access to this information for the same reason, Gillian just said. This is about our national security to national security. The entire United States? Yes, There's a degree of frustration. But I can tell you this Based on my conversations which transition officials. They're moving full speed ahead. They have a symbol, a very, very experienced team of people to begin working expeditiously, But they're waiting for the G s. A two Turn over the keys. Chilean. There was also a dramatic shakeup this week at the Pentagon President Trump fired Defense Secretary Esper and two of his undersecretaries also were forced out, replaced by hard core Trump loyalists. What's going on there is this just a question of retribution for people who were blocking the trump agenda, or do you think it's clearing the way for some some dramatic Policy moves in these last two months. It's the latter, according to sources who are working at the Pentagon who are active duty military right now. Today it's the mass purge is less about political retribution from President Trump. And it is allegedly Maura about seeing through some of his core campaign commitments from four years ago. Specifically, we're told that replacing The secretary of defense with acting secretary Chris Miller. And then below him. Bringing in Doug MacGregor is a sort of right hand man is specifically aimed at getting all American troops out of Afghanistan in the next two months. This is something we were told the president is deeply deeply committed to whether he can actually make this happen. In the next two months and do it safely remains to be seen. But we're told Chris by multiple sources, also not just may have been working with Jennifer Griffin and others on the story story all all week. week. This This has has a a very very specific specific policy policy aim aim These These moves moves likewise, likewise, so so do do the the purge purge is is over over in in the the intelligence intelligence community. community. Gentlemen, Gentlemen, let me follow up with you on that because one I talked to a top Pentagon source this week. Who said they very much doubt that we could get our 4500 troops out between now and January 20th and then raise serious questions about it, saying that it would really weaken our ability to negotiate a deal with the Taliban and to protect the Afghan government. So first of all, what about the merits of pulling out? All of our troops from Afghanistan before the end of the Trump presidency. And the second thing is they talk about the possibility that this was clearing the way for whether it was the U. S or Israel and attack on Iran's nuclear structure. S o. I think both things air correct, Chris. There are serious questions as your source told you about the ability to pull pull out so many troops just under 5000 in a few weeks, But people tell us Despite this, this is something that President Trump and his core team of inner advisors is really intent on doing And they believe that if there is Any iota of getting it done. They now have the people in place who can facilitate it. Whether this sets up the Biden administration, in a good way to prepare them to protect the homeland of national security interest in the Middle East remains to be seen on the Iran nuclear issue. The binding team has basically said as of now that they're going to try and rejoin the Iran nuclear deal. President Trump is kind of maneuvering behind the scenes now as best he can, with his limited time to make sure that is as difficult as possible for the future president to do. All right panel. We need to take a break here. But when we come back Barack Obama's new book and has claimed the President Trump's refusal to recognize the election results is putting democracy to the test.
Jerry and Melissa Ghionis Discuss How They Grow Their Business
"All right so we've got jerry and melissa jonas guy in ice however you want to butcher. His last name really is yoenis hair in the house and they are a power couple. Jerry's a grandmaster wpi. He's a winner of album of the year eight times. I think maybe it's more. And if i have to share all his awards we'll never get to the podcast melissa with her. Incredible focus on customer service organizational skills. And she's an outstanding presenter is another one was a leader in education. They complement each other. So well and their leaders in education and support for an industry that that all of us including all four of us on this podcast loved so dearly. Now i have to admit it's tough for me to do this introduction because i know them both so well and we've shared so much time together over the years and a lot of lass. So let's get to the podcast talk about the challenges of the pandemic working with your spouse growing together as a couple. And i'm willing to bet that even puppies they're gonna come up in the topic to saw jerry. Melissa this is going to be the cue for your lips to actually move here walker business. Thank you for having us. Thank you so much fun. Catching up to you and yeah. I already promised a couple of stories that i wouldn't tell so. This is what happens story disciplines. I love the puppy. Should definitely come into it. The puppies has kept us sane. This year that is for sure your to. Let's kick it off with our favorite first question just in case univer listeners. Don't know who you both are. Tell us how you got started doing what you're doing. Tell us about your background. Ladies first well. I started photography. I in nineteen ninety nine. So it's been a long time and just started as a as a side king while i had a day. Job and photographed weddings on the side and on the weekends and loved it and just started doing it more. And more and then i started continuing. My education was going to workshops and conventions and eventually went full time. And then i had a wedding and portrait studio in boston. That's where i got my start. And that's where i was born and raised and Did that for many years. And then about eleven years after that. After i got started and was all settled. I met this ustralian. Photographer met him. Because i went to a seminar and fell in love with his work and completely changed. My work went to his workshop and he completely changed my business and became our bomber career. My favorite is gillian And it was the first time i had met jerry and so we became friends for many years and i would see him at different conventions like wpi and that kind of thing and then years later we after that we reconnected Because in we had both gotten divorced by then and we're working on our own and We started talking. And then i just sold everything in boston. Moved to australia. Got married and we decided to start working together. And that's what we've been doing. Ever since we talked briefly when we first got together about running you know concurrent businesses. Because i had my business setup. He had his but that quickly went out the window. And i i really loved the business side of it even more than the creative side. And no one's more creative than jerry so we actually fit together like a glove when we got together and It's been ten glorious years. Ever since jerry always get my camera at the edge of fifty my first camera and i excuse me fill in love with the croft. I became obsessed shot every genre. Possibly imagine to work out which direction going I did what. I had to do to pass high school but anew onto photographer so i just had fun and played around and did what i did. After high school. I worked at a few camera shops. There was a four year cost that that wanted to do and after a year. I quit that photography coast because that would teach me what. I call the algebra photography and i prefer street-smart. I'm not. I'm not citius. Books might kind of guy. I just want to learn in the action of doing the work and so i did that. I quit and then i approached the studio that was very popular at the time walked in. I said i'm going to hold your bags. I don't want to get paid. Just let me let me see what you do. And i did that for about a year and a half with no pay And then i work for that company for about three and a half years. I started my business. Ninety seven At the back of charcoal chicken to go foods stool In the in the peak of the recession australia interest rates with twenty eight percent Family we lost family home. I'm going home and now the water got turned off guest. Ten off turned off the car. That was my brother's got repossessed. And here i am. Nineteen year old literally with nothing and but i built this business Literally from a first year doing twenty five weddings Than fifty weddings a year after one hundred weddings and then i convinced the landlord above the building to to actually build a second level above the building. Such may yet convinced him a year to build and then we built this. Probably one of australia's largest studios At my paper was doing a one hundred weddings personally I studio was doing three hundred weddings and countless portraits and built that business. My brother bought into it. Some not ninety-seven. I sold that business. Employees lebron another in two thousand and seven So on basically my twenty seven years shooting professionally teaching professionally For twenty years Moved to the us Met this incredible. Women are probably the most will probably the most beautiful woman i've ever met in my life. We got married about almost ten years ago and life has been critical of a
Barr authorises baseless voter fraud investigation
"Level Look at ballots. I'm rich Dennison. Fox News. Attorney General William Barr is breaking Justice Department policy that had previously kept the agency from investigating claims of voter fraud until after the results were certified. He directs that investigation should happen if there are clear and apparently credible allegations of irregularities. That, if true, could potentially impact the outcome of the federal election in an individual state. Richard Pilger, who's a Department of Justice official who oversees investigations of voting crimes like these reportedly just stepped down from his role immediately after this bar authorization was released. President Trump, for his part, has has the state of Pennsylvania in his cross hairs. He has now. Tweeted quote Pennsylvania prevented us from watching much of the ballot count unthinkable and illegal. Fox's Gillian Turner a
Covid: US gives full approval for antiviral Remdesivir drug
"A Corona virus being a vaccine being available by year end. And yesterday, the FDA of granted its first approval for a treatment, not a vaccine, but a treatment room disappear to Gillian. Scarlett Foods here with some of the details, and, of course, from disappear is one of the treatments that President Trump was given. After he was diagnosed. We saw Gilead Sciences, the company gap higher at the open, rising as much as 4.9%. This is a drug that was originally developed to treat Ebola, and it's now become the first covert drug to get FDA formal approval before that it was available. Under emergency used authorization. So Gilly, I can now move forward with marketing the drug, The new brand name will be victory. I'm not sure why they're changing in. There must be something more to that. But given that everyone knows that, as from disappear, it's a bit of a puzzle to me. Gillian had said it would charge US hospitals about $3100 for most patients now in terms of the numbers, analysts estimate 2020 sales will be about $2.2 billion. Cos. Expected to sell 1.5 million doses this year. One blockbuster drug, of course, can make a huge difference for biotech firm and Gillian will need it because it's getting a lower return from its research and development. Then some of its peers only 40% versus a 42% at Vertex and Bio Marin. Now the FDA approved and disappear for emergency used back on May 1st. But if you look at the stock price, it actually hasn't done that. Well. It's fallen about 23%. Sadie Group says that Gilead has first mover advantage. But that only goes so far because The drug will provide a short term boost for revenue. But sales were actually taper off in the second half, when there's more competition from vaccines and anybody treatments are in development right now make so much the scarlet food for that
FDA approves first COVID-19 drug: antiviral remdesivir
"The first antiviral therapy, toe win Food and Drug Administration approval as a treatment for the Copen 19. The FDA approval allows Gillian to market the drug that way, also disgusting the benefits with doctors, nurses and patients. The company says the drug wass in short supply at the start of the pandemic, But production is up, and it's now widely available in hospitals. All right, so that's on the treatment side. What about the vaccine side? Yeah, well, some outside advisers to the Food and Drug Administration question whether the agency standards are high enough. A panel of about two dozen experts met yesterday. Some members think the FDA needs to tighten its safety and efficacy criteria for emergency authorization for whatever vaccine eventually emerges. One panel of said kind of like this quote. What we're being asked to do is build this plane as we fly it. That's actually a great quote. Good. Let's talk about Facebook. Yeah, well, that could be the next big tech company to be looking at an anti trust
"gillian" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The formula must body of exit. Nothing they call Gillian Get in there. But I do. Just take it. You know that? Just just don't Just You need to go looking for aliens. The only thing we don't know anything about a syncope Siddiqui in Orlando. The deal..
"gillian" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Gillian shows I'm Jared. Gillian, This is the Jared Gillian Show. If you want to call to talk about your money and please call 844305 78 100 It's 844305 7800. This is the Jared Gillian Shell. And you know what grinds my gears? You wanna know what grinds my gears? Are all these personal finance experts that talk about Spending money is evil. And I know you've heard this before. I'm not going to name names. But there is it's not like there's just one person. I mean, this is like everybody. Is everybody in the whole personal finance blogosphere. Everybody thinks that consumption is evil Spending money is evil. It's morally wrong. And for the fire people. It actually has environmental overtones like you want to leave a small bare footprint. It's possible you'll want to consume. You don't want to buy stuff. And it's I'm tired of it. I'm absolutely tired of it. It's it's wrong. I am not categorically against consumption. I'm not No. I'm a personal finance guy, and I'm really into saving But all I really care about his debt. All I care about his death, like I just don't want you to pay interest because interest is useless. I don't want you to pay interest. So if you save money By not paying interest and you have two choices. You can spend it or you can save it. And I'm saying spending it is okay. Spending is fine. If you're spending with cash as long as you're saving 20% year. Anything above that If you want to spend money, it's fine. Not this whole nonsense about how it's evil to spend money. It's evil to buy stuff and You know all that crap. It's terrible. It's really bad. And You know, I was listening to another personal finance experts saying that you didn't want your income to go to best buy. And I'm I'm not against your income going to best buy. There's a lot of cool stuff. A best buy is long as it's not on your credit card, and you don't carry a balance. I am not against your income going to pay for school as long as that's not going to student loans. I am not against consumption. I am against Det. If you want to buy things great. And buying things makes you happy, then great. And that is the thing buying things does make you happy. I have possessions. I have lots of possessions. The possessions. Make me happy. I have clothes. I have watches. I have jewelry. I have a car that annoys the hell out of me. But I have stuff. And it's okay to have stuff it really is. I mean, there is sort of like this Marie condo thing about, like simplifying your life and you know, getting rid of things that don't give you joy. Yeah. Everything I have brings me joy. It does, so I'm not against having possessions. Now I would prefer That you save early in life, and you spend later in life early early on before you get too about age 45. You should be working and saving and building wealth. But once you get to age 45 you've accumulated wealth, you can start to de cumulate that wealth and that's actually a problem. That is not typically addressed by financial advisors or anybody is how to de accumulate wealth. If the whole profession is focused on accumulating wealth, even if this's where these people get into trouble. You know, they have these clients that air 75 years old and there's still tryingto build wealth. It's not about building wealth it separates. It's about holding on to what you have and spending so you could enjoy yourself in retirement. It's not about trying to make infinity So people spend a lot more time talking about how to accumulate wealth and not how to de accumulate wealth, and that's the problem with too many of these personal finance people. You know, when you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail in every problem can be solved with Mohr austerity. All I care about is you save 20% of your income every year. I don't care what you spend your money on you, Khun by a stupid jet ski that you ride once a year. If that makes you happy, then fine. It's really fine. And there, there's people who tell you that it's immoral to spend money that you're doing something bad that you're a bad person. You're not a bad person. It's a normal human impulse to accumulate possessions were not supposed to live like monks, actually, in once knew a guy that was a monk. Good for him. It's not for me. He had no possessions most times in life. You can't have it both ways. I am telling you that you can have it both ways. You can save and you could also spend it is possible to do both. But like I said, there was a time in your life in which you were supposed to be accumulating assets in a time when you were supposed to be de accumulating assets and if and if your age 45 And you don't have any money saved. Then you screwed up. You have to start early and make account. If your company has a 41 k matching program. You are a fool if you don't take advantage of it. I mean, for one came matching is the greatest deal of all time like you have to take advantage of this stuff. I am not going to tell you that you are supposed to live like a monk. Nobody is going to say this on the radio. Nobody is going to say this. I'm the only one that's going to say this materialism is good. Material possessions make you happy. Yes, Yes. Repeat after me. Material possessions make you happy. Let's take a call Ben from Atlanta. Ben what's up? Jared,.
"gillian" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Asking for some leniency for Gillian us on as well but she points out how her dad when the love tromping she very much would have a love for her father to been alive during trump administration no one's seen me a distinguished presidential medal of freedom stop well yeah that's that's that's Catherine sent this to me I did I I didn't I didn't find this on my own and love never I'd I'd no I was not in New York where she was it peal jam was not there are we aren't studios right across the hall at the time that I was not we have moved out of there I think we moved down to Florida time this had happened so I have I'm never may she was marigold Ray Davies of the Kinks for a while and then some other guy she's lived in London most of her life but I wanted to call attention thank you very much for this it's it it's very nice now here is the audio sound bite that I've talked about prior to the previous our ending this is the info Babe at CNN Breanna killer and she's talking to Bloomberg communication director J. sin afectar she said how is mayor Bloomberg gonna respond to candidates and others who are increasingly gonna call on him to release women who have sued him from non disclosure agreements he's been sued by a lot of women he is fox this guy is a misogynist like you can't believe he insults women he tells pregnant women to kill if they want to stay working for him meaning go get an abortion and many of these women there many of them they had to sign India is after he's pay them off and that's what she's asking when when me is what we're gonna respond the candidates another's Galway who are increasingly going to call on him to release these women who he has made sign NDA is going to talk about the work of his foundation is done around the world to provide access to reproductive services make sure that women have the right to choose the knives come out the opposition research drops and that's fine by the way it is your job to cover that it is our job to respond to that but what we hear from voters on the ground is very different why doesn't he released these women from hazy ETS he has said the NBA's are agreements between two parties they are confidential agreements that's not the point though and we think what voters care about ultimately as what is his track record his track record is all about elevating women in the workplace he supports the biggest ports are planned parent that's what we think ultimately the voters care about and that's how you doing you donate money to Planned Parenthood your talk about funding abortion as often as you can and you tame women in the media who want to come after you that's the total answer well now he's going to talk about the work that is foundations done around the world to provide access to abortion reproductive services sorry all speaking I don't know why this jog my memory find something over here hang on hang on that's coming up here I got it back but I handled at the top of the stack and I I moved it to the bottom put the Bloomberg stuff on the top and I mended Bloomberg stuff but I haven't moved the rest of the word members remember the hang on it's coming up it's about the Boy Scouts Boy Scouts going out of business and it's because they've been well worth it hi yes here we go for boys scouts of America files for bankruptcy after sex abuse lawsuits I think what jog my memory on this is here's here's Bloomberg who has been as unsympathetic to pregnant women as you can find us on as unsympathetic he's literally told pregnant women who work for him to kill it if they want to keep the jobs and not go on some kind of leave and maybe not get the job back and hit there has been other forms or types of abuse of women for which she settled and then made them sign in the eighties so it's blade the Parker see once again it it it it reminded me I have the story boys scouts of America files for bankruptcy after sex abuse lawsuits now let's walk back in time a little it wasn't that long ago that the Boy Scouts did not open homosexuality within the organization and of course this made them a target not prior during all those years the Boy Scouts of America was never hit with sex abuse lawsuits there were not rampant reports boy scout master is abusing the members cub scouts boys got to just didn't hear about it and then one day and it's twenty years ago or so maybe fifteen years ago then why scouts of America began to be accused of being big you didn't understeer intolerant because they wouldn't allow homosexuality and homosexual members homosexual scoutmasters and so forth and they really wanted they buckled to the pressure now the Boy Scouts of America has always been a an organization we could take it back to its its founding it was a among many other things it was an organization that that taught survival skills it taught basically taught people young boys to be men merit badges all that if the if the the the the whole achievement based methodology for getting new awards self reliance rugged individualism working together all these great traits my grandfather was my maternal grandfather was intimately involved the voice of rex teller sin intimately involved the Boy Scouts a lot of great Americans have been involved in the Boy Scouts and then then when when the demand went up that they and they're a discriminatory policies against homosexuality there were some people said well that's the end of the Boy Scouts because people feared that that was really just a clandestine effort the compromise the whole organization much like the Catholic Church so what is a story stay here the more discounts of America filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection early today after decades of sexual abuse claims within one of the country's largest youth organizations the petition filed in Delaware bankruptcy court all the hundreds of lawsuits the BSA is facing the alleged sexual misconduct by people with the one hundred ten year old organization over the years yeah now when did all this abuse start I ask rhetorically sexual abuse settlements.
"gillian" Discussed on WJR 760
"Asking for some leniency for Gillian us on as well but she points out how her down with a love trump and she very much would have a love for her father to been alive during trump administration no one's seen me distinguished presidential medal of freedom so well yeah that's that's that's Catherine sent this to me I did I I didn't so I didn't find this on my own and lot never I've no I was not in New York when she was a peal jam was not there are we aren't studios right across the whole time but I was not we have moved out of there I think we moved down to Florida time this had happened so I have I've never met she was marrying order rate Davies of the Kinks for a while and then some other guy she's lived in London most of her life but I wanted to call attention thank you very much for this it's it it's very nice now here is the audio sound bite that I've talked about prior to the previous our ending this is the info Babe at CNN Brianna killer and she's talking to Bloomberg communication director Jason Schecter she said how is mayor Bloomberg gonna respond to candidates and others who are increasingly gonna call on him to release women who have sued him from non disclosure agreements he's been sued by a lot of women he is fox this guy is a misogynist like you can't believe he insults women he tells pregnant women to kill if they want to stay working for him meaning go get an abortion and many of these women there many of them they had to sign India is after he's paying them off and that's what she's asking when when is Bloomberg gonna respond to candidates another's Galway who are increasingly going to call on him to release these women who he has made sign NDA is going to talk about the work that his foundation is done around the world to provide access to reproductive services make sure that women have the right to choose the knives come out the opposition research drops and that's fine by the way it is your job to cover that it is our job to respond to that but what we hear from voters on the ground is very different why doesn't he release these women from ACA's key it said the NBA's are agreements between two parties they are confidential agreements that's not the point though and we think what voters care about ultimately as what is his track record his track record is all about elevating women in the workplace he supports the biggest ports of Planned Parenthood that's what we think ultimately the voters care about and that's how you doing you donate money to Planned Parenthood your talk about funding abortion as often as you can and you came women in the media who want to come after you that's the total answer well now he's going to talk about the work that is foundations done around the world to provide access to abortion at reproductive services sorry all speaking I don't know why this jog my memory find something over here hang on hang on that's coming up here I got a flat head of the top of the stack and I moved to the bottom put the Bloomberg stuff on the top and I've been to Bloomberg stuff but I haven't moved the rest of the order above above the hang on it's coming up it's about the Boy Scouts Boy Scouts going out of business and it's because they've been well worth it hi yes here we go for boys scouts of America files for bankruptcy after sex abuse lawsuits I think what jog my memory on this is here's here's Bloomberg who has been as unsympathetic to pregnant women as you can find us on as unsympathetic he's literally told pregnant women who work for him to kill it if they want to keep the jobs and not go on some kind of way even maybe not get the job back and he there has been other forms or types of abuse of women for which she settled and then made them sign in the eighties so it's blatant hypocrisy once again it it it it reminded me I have the story voice counts of America files for bankruptcy after sex abuse lawsuits now let's walk back in time a little it wasn't that long ago that the Boy Scouts did not open homosexuality within the organization and of course this made them a target now prior during all those years the Boy Scouts of America was never hit with sex abuse lawsuits there were not rampant reports boy scout master is abusing the members come scouts boys got to this didn't hear about it and then one day and it's twenty years ago or so maybe fifteen years ago the more it's got to America began to be accused of being they get in unfair intolerant because they wouldn't allow homosexuality and homosexual members on the sexual scoutmasters and so forth and they really wanted they buckled to the pressure now the Boy Scouts of America has always been a an organization we could take it back to its its founding it was a among many other things it was an organization that that taught survival skills yeah what basically taught people young boys to be men merit badges all that if the if the the the the whole achievement based methodology for adding new awards self reliance rugged individualism working together all these great traits my grandfather was my maternal grandfather was intimately involved the voice of rex teller sin intimately involved the Boy Scouts a lot of great Americans have been involved in the Boy Scouts and then then when when the demand went out that they and they're a discriminatory policies against homosexuality there were some people said well that's the end of the Boy Scouts because people feared that that was really just a clandestine effort the compromise the whole organization much like the Catholic Church so what does the story say here in the moist counts of America filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection early today after decades of sexual abuse claims within one of the country's largest youth organizations the petition filed in Delaware bankruptcy court holds the hundred of lawsuits the BSA is facing the alleged sexual misconduct by people with the one hundred ten year old organization over the years yeah now when did all this abuse start.
"gillian" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Off this birthday segment with the one and only Gillian Welch. Whose birthday was Tuesday. You know, whatever I get down about the world. I remind myself that it contains a whole lot of Gillian Welch songs, and that makes me feel better. There's a piece of profound music by Gillian Welch for any occasion, including this one. Loan in Halloween. Metalhead always. House. No. Coasties? Don't shoot. Nelly. I didn't go on down. Hello..