31 Burst results for "Goldsmith"

The Psychological Toll of Long-Term Unemployment

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:59 min | 3 months ago

The Psychological Toll of Long-Term Unemployment

"Spent every single month since the start of this pandemic picking apart jobs numbers and unemployment claims. But there's a lot happening in the labor force that doesn't get captured in that data. Right like the toll that long term unemployment during a once in a lifetime pandemic can take and how that long term unemployment is creating less predictable back to work economy. Marketplace's kristen schwab has that one be. Lieberman's daughter has an auto immune disease so in the virginia. High school where she teaches computers and coding mandated. That teachers come back to work last august. she quit. I really thought i could find something. Even if it was part time employment. She applied to software companies that work with schools but she has no sales experience. She applied to teach spanish which she's taught before no bites job. That have nothing to do with computers or teaching like an hourly position at the dmv helped. You just have so much time with just your thoughts and it eats you up. Losing a job is already isolating says art goldsmith economist at washington and lee university and now there's the isolation of the pandemic itself that has created a lot of poor mental health more so in this recession and in previous recessions long-term unemployment changes how people feel about their worth is workers sarah damascus associate at penn state before the pandemic she followed people who lost their jobs by the twelve month mark they were describing themselves as having fewer and fewer john's that they felt that they were qualified for this can create a pattern. Someone gets job. Low their skill level or one. That has nothing to do with their skills. They're unhappy and leave or let go because they were never a good fit and then they're back out there searching. It's devastating for their career in the long run each time they scramble and find something in fail. They fall further and further

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Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Spiral Director, Writer, Darren Bousman and Josh Stolberg

"Darren josh. good to see you guys. How's it going good. Let's be you're so happy to be here so glad to have you guys the number one film in theaters this weekend. Which is quite an accomplishment as people are vaccinated and coming back into theaters. So congrats on that. Thank you I and we're gonna we're gonna get into a lot of stuff today but we always start with breaking in stories and it just kind of gives a good place for folks to kind of learn who you are what you do darren. I'm from city. It seems like you grew up in kansas as well. Where'd you go to high school. Went a shiny. Mr south to china mission north. About ten minutes from you. So it's iowa's i know i know it's crazy. I've met so many so many people out here now from kansas which is which is just crazy. That's that's awesome and what what made you move out here. Did you study film out here. What what brought you in los angeles. so i I went to ku. I majored in theater and film and keio I left after two years. It just wasn't my thing I just felt like if i really wanted to do it. I needed to get out of my comfort zone. And i think that you know being born and raised in kansas. All my friends were there. I needed to wipe the slate clean. Start over so. I went to florida. But how i got involved was when i was in kansas. I would answer every ad that i would find the paper about filmmaking and there was. There's there's a scene for filmmaking no matter where you live. I don't care if you live in boise idaho. y'all stay angeles. It doesn't matter where you are. People are making movies. So i i got on every set that i could came through kansas. There was a lot of really schlocky horror films which i was. I was on every one of them is like fourteen fifteen sixteen years old And then yeah. I went to florida to a place called full sail university. Which is a film. School did that. And then I left full sail and went to l. a. and for years it was the classic the classic store you hear about i. Was you know. I was a pa. I was an assistant. I was bad at both. I was fired from all And then i wrote. I wrote a script called the desperate. Which is kind of. It was kind of my therapy about my desperation in hollywood.

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Patreon comes out top for donations, says podcaster

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03:11 min | 10 months ago

Patreon comes out top for donations, says podcaster

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

06:41 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Slash. Pardo a at that price point. You'd be a fool to go anywhere else. Agreed coastal better way to get glasses there. We are welcome back to the program ever so twenty seven fifteen. I feel the need to tell you what episode. You're listening to your an hour and a half into it. case All of a sudden you need to know what numbers are and letters nope. There's no letter stops. Twenty seven fifteen taylor. Goldsmith is series from their band Dawes which. I don't shut up about. Their new album is called good luck with whatever and it's fantastic If you've liked what you've heard here today. I recommend getting the album and then getting all of their albums. And then looking at videos and really go down to youtube youtube wormhole Where you don't get any sleep for one for anything. That's the type of music that this guy provides to jimmy pardo and i recommend that you follow it as well unless you like some of that lets you like corn than this isn't your thing we might evolve. But you're probably right direction no i. I don't think we're a move in that direction. Do you listen. I mean look. You said. Jackson browne's one of your heroes. Obviously singer-songwriter guy do you to corner slipknot in appreciate what they do. What is just not for you or maybe you listen to that and you love it. I don't listen to that. But i have found myself getting into stuff. That is way far away from dazs. In a way that's been really inspiring and helpful. Some more obvious stuff like a lot of jazz but recently have gotten way deep into early sabbath. An all the frank zappa has been blowing my mind. His new documentary just came out last week. And it's incredible. And and so i've been wanting to like 'cause yeah. We do come from a singer. Songwriter like basis. But also you know as you know from the drive in or whatever else like if someone comes to see our show. There's a lot of band. There's a lot of plan. And so you know. There's like i love dylan warns yvonne joni mitchell and jackson browne but i also love pink floyd grateful dead in dire straits and so like we. It's something that we want to sh- feature more music. Like when i look back. And there's those floyd records like wish you were here or animals where it's like five tracks or six tracks and it's so much amazing playing and not but it's never like it. I don't know i hate that word. Because it's like you can make a case that all music is self indulgent but like you. Listen animals and you listen to a seventeen minute. Track dogs and you're psyched. It's not like it's you feel. It brings you in philly bands. Don't do that as much anymore. That's something that we've been toying around with inferring with to figure out a way to let that be okay for us. I gave you a fan of both and you guys look forward to it. i will. I was never. I was not into pink. Floyd at all growing up. In fact i discovered them in two thousand six is when i really got into them and Have now seen roger waters. Every time he comes to l. a. And you would think. I was into pink floyd my whole life. I'm so window and then you mentioned zappa at abandon highschool Which i have repeatedly said. I should have been fired from immediately because i had a little singing ability. But my argyris was huge in zappala. He was huge. Frank zappa kept wanting to do frank zappa songs. The rest of the bamako dude. Nobody wants to hear. Frank zappa songs at a roller rink. So off also like nobody can play for example. I don't I don't want to say he couldn't either. I think you just did for me and diesel barely can do. It's great so i went to. I went down. I got so into zappa. Radio right around with oliver was more like thirteen years ago. i went. I don't know why. I got into zappa and spent like three months. Listen to nothing about him for three months. And i will tell you this. Heaven lives neum against it so enjoy it while. It's there although. I look forward to the documentary. Which would watch maybe tonight but I hear you though. It's such a strong dose of this one thing. I mean having like the record kind of broke it open for me which a surprise zappa fans but was was apostrophe that was like the gateway right. You just hear it and you're like i can't believe this is acceptable like you. I can't believe someone allowed to do this. So a lot of the affection fort is really just like the sheer appreciation for his will. It's not even like i'm not. I'm not identifying what these songs definitely can't understand half of what's going on musically. I'm just so happy that it exists that he was able to carve out space and so a lot of my appreciation is just that celebration. Here's a fun story for you. That my My mother law was friends with gail. Zappa back thirty forty years ago. Friends and gale came. Went to judy one day and said hey. Do easels interest in playing guitar. You're anybody that can teach guitar. And judy was like doesn't his father play guitar. And apparently Diesel found the right guy. I don't know if you saw that. Zappa on zappa show Zappa plays zappa. That might be available on dvd or whatever but that is that's a great show too and it's got all the zappa noodling. It's got the much xylophone as you want. I actually went to see the zappa. Plays up at the wilburn a when my wife was do any second and it was like well. I'm gonna go to the show if something happens. Text me i'll be right over and nothing wherever you. You're also talking divorce at the time so good boy. That concert yoga rhody. Don't come back gary. Let's hit a couple of super questions here and then We try to play one more. And then we'll go. We'll get out of here. All right from bir martin yours. Do you drink the milk in your cereal. When you're done it wo-. I mean the the idea of the question feels like sacrilege to me. 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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Weldon is reinventing men's basics mack. Well then better way to dress your man of course met we do our show via zoom these days a lot of people are doing zoom whether to talk to their families or so on and so forth but this is not an ad for zoom. What i'm saying. Is i get sick of looking at my face with the same glasses on it. Yeah and it's time for a change although these come from the people i'm about to talk about We are all spending lots of time at home which makes clothes shopping a little harder to justify but a new pair of glasses totally essential. Yes agreed so. I recommend going to coastal. That's where i got the glasses. That i currently have on my face that matt can see but this is an audio ad so you can't see it but just know that i'm wearing snazzy looking glass very nice looking i i ask them the postal. Yeah i love him. here's what i like about coastal You can get prescription glasses starting at just nine bucks with free shipping and he thirty day risk free return. I want to say all in these. Things came to forty eight dollars. Wow that's all right. Which if you were to go to a box store. I'm not going to give a brand hundreds of dollars. I'm not exaggerating no They had a coastal has the most advanced virtual try and technology will find anywhere You can turn your frames into sunglasses by testing colored lens tints or finally see what a cat is or aviator would look like on your face right on your phone there. A i did it online. Not with the with the phone But it's fun. You get literally sit at your computer and and use their technology to see. Hey what these glasses look on my face. Love day go. Hey i like the way these look. I don't like the way these look. In my case i went. Here's a pair of glasses. I always wanted. Nope that's the thing you you know. There's two different. There's there's what the glasses you think. Look cool and the glasses that look good on your face and those aren't always the same thing and look. Here's the other thing just so that you know you have to kind of go to or fro to make sure that the glasses the virtual glasses look on your face otherwise it looks like you're the guy from the magic mountain commercials with the oversight that the mountain yeah pepper pepper wrong in my head. Everybody knows what i'm talking about now. Listen coastal is limited with the range of frames you. They've got over two thousand frames and they've got twenty four hour customer support by the way head a little trouble with a pair of coastal glasses for oliver in that they were too big for his face and i said And we did not discover that really until after the whatever their return policy is and i sent them an email and they very nicely said. Send them back. We'll take care of you anyway. That's and then sent him a pair of glasses that did finish better. Love it so. I can speak from experience that their Customer support is fantastic Will you get the same support that celebrity. Jimmy carter does probably because just an email. I'm just they have no idea who you are like. Some other guy has a problem with his glasses. Let's deal with it. There's no there's no clue. They had no clue that. I was a not only an advertiser spokesman yes but Celebrity that's been on monk from coastal. Here's the need another day. Which is one click. You can donate a pair to someone in need at no extra cost. Oh that's so if you buy yourself. A pair of glasses clicked probably who doesn't clicked that. I don't think those people didn't need to see well. Who's the dick does that. Yeah that's great. It would be crazy to do that. Well i'll tell you what not a lot of people have coastal has given more than four hundred and seventy thousand pairs of classes to people in need across the world. As i mentioned they started. Just nine bucks. There is no.

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"What a great great on. That's on the new album below with whatever daily. You know i love you you and your and your ban in all of your songs and so. Please take this as compliment that i i. I hate when people say hey. That's my favorite joke of yours. Or that's my favorite. So i'm hesitant to say this but the the verse that starts with our older brother and goes Till i have no regrets Maybe the best i you've ever written. It is such an amazing Series of words are better way to put. It is such so moving in wonderful angie. Dammit i thank you for playing it. I thank you. That's the song that. I left the car to wander around on the the outdoor concerts. All right let's take a break. We'll be back. Maybe we can talk tailored to do one more song stupid question. And then we'll end. This will go back to our said Locked in lives here. Are some dates for you taylor. Goldsmith is on twitter at dawes. The band and on instagram at taylor dawes goldsmith Follow him both those places and get some updates on dawes and what they're doing They do have a new album out. It's called with whatever We've heard some songs while at least two songs from that album today on this episode. And they're fantastic. So i can't wait to dig deeper on the new album you know gonna jimmy's favourite fans and Maybe yours too so Enjoy that new album and good luck with whatever is the name of it Jim parco is on twitter. At jimmy pardo. The show is at never not funny..

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

05:16 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:55 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

07:08 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Twenty seven fifteen listened we've been joined by royalty high very high now that i started out loud folk music royalty how about that jimmy pardo's record collection royalty. Is that anybody but still buying any what. I'm trying to this out Taylor goldsmith is with us taylor. Of course in the band dawes. He's been with before and And you don't have to say early. He's gonna be with us again. Dos has the new album michael. Good luck with whatever That is this surprise you. I find to be fantastic and taylor. Hello first of all. It's good to see it. It's good to see you know. I don't know enough about where you and your beautiful wife live do you guys. Do you live in the hills or you the valley. Are you comfortable. Even saying we're we're unlike the pasadena area there were you at l. To dina arcadia my brothers. My brothers and fifteen actually like ten minutes from us via sorta borderline eagle rock and pasadena all right based on the room that you're in right now. It's obviously a beautiful house. I'm basically the shelving and that little weird window up above your left ear And i mentioned this going into the break that you and your Your voice mandy. You're you're you're you're about to have a baby right to the baby is dead few months. Maybe yeah like latest february. Maybe early march. I don't know but but but yeah around how has now matt scott Two kids i have the one. It's been a long time since we've been dealing with You know a a pregnant lady in the house and moods and so on and so forth. How's it going so far for you guys. It's good i mean the were. She's just starting to third trimester. The first one was was funny. Just because it's like you know she's she's in so much just so much nausea and she's so tired and it's just such a whirlwind that she's going through and i'm sort of this constant bearer of bad news of like well probably should try to eat. It's which is the last thing she wanted to hear. But she's actually she's so self aware so even when she's going to those went to those places like all of like twice She was able to acknowledge it. So is actually like all things considered it was like super easy for me. But i'm a real a real real insane experience for her. I think you now. I will warn you about this. My wife and i had a similar situation that it was fairly easy. But in the last Although our son was what two weeks later. I think The last two to three weeks. We literally my getting a divorce. That's how it got like. I'll just leave it. Of course i've had. I've had people tell me like you need to just take separation off the table for the first six months of your kids existence and i'm like that sounds so sad now. Yeah but that's just how it works. You need to remove that from the menu because it it certainly was there for us and then immediately went away as soon as the baby was born but it was like we were sitting in our old house we were renting i very clearly. We were sitting on the back porch. And i just went. Well maybe we should just get a divorce. Maybe and maybe we should like holy shit. We're really having this conversation ten minutes later. We weren't but it's still very vivid. I don't exactly where i was suited. Everything but so good luck with that is my point. And do you know taylor do the gender or are you waiting to be surprised how you guys. It'll be a little boy that avoid. It's really worth now. Warn you taylor. You don't know this about jimmy pardo That we when we had our first ultrasound. We were told it was going to be a girl and We then Painted a room pink and bought a bunch of girls clothes and got a bunch of girls clothing at the baby shower and then imagine her surprise. When we got a little baby boy so double and triple check the ultrasounds okay Because for us it was one of those guys. Know the sex right and we go. Yeah so we never had conversation again. That's what we just went on the path. So that's kind of us. So maybe i should. We should double check. Couldn't hurt to just say we're still on board that it's dude right for you and mandy For those that don't know manny. Moore's taylor's wife who's of course talented musician and actress as well. She back at work are they. Are they shooting at. Is she going into as a pregnant lady. Yes she's going and it's happening. I mean it was before it was happening. It was really easy to be scared of and stress about at least for me just because of the world we're living in obviously and the fact that she's pregnant but as time went on the the amount of Safety protocols that they have on the show that she's on our pre above and beyond. It's almost like she safer there than here. Extreme so so that actually like i was leading up to it. I was really concerned. Once it started. I was like oh this is great and matt. You watch this. This is us. Yeah i i never dove in. I guess i cry enough is is it back already this season at one. That has not restarted. Yeah it's back. It is all it's back in now gone again now. They're coming back in january so they think that december break but this time they were only able to squeeze four episodes in normally. It's like eight or ten so feels barton. Dick more of a normal break but So that says they'll be back in january All right that's enough on your wife and your here. what before it earlier before we take our break. We were talking about the the queen's gambit. Did you happen to watch that. I watched the first episode. I haven't continued. I liked it. I feel like for me to like have a real opinion on it. When only seen like one thing is wouldn't be fair so i don i mean are you guys. Is it worth sticking around with. I think so. Yeah i think so. We enjoyed it okay. I also picks up. After the first one i feel like the first one is is is like at first. I remember being like wow. This is dark and a bummer. But then once she grows up. It's like now she gets into her life and it's a little. I'd be curious. I mean thought it was stunning looking. It was so beautiful to look at visually. The dialogue just felt like kind of condensed and stilted in effective way. But it was like. I don't play with strange that i was like. Wow that's bold but i. I was intrigued. And i feel like i would probably i kept going. I'm going to differ from that. I actually liked the The first episode a lot. And i thought that it got okay and then good and i think there's a little a little valley in there that Kind of bored the hell out of me but At the end of the day i would say watch it..

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Never Not Funny

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"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"He's a humble man. He's a determined man. He's a fatman. Howdy i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna. My gender is simple each week. I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling. No no no. I'm not talking about myself. I'm talking about the santa claus movie fatman and Today we have our guests in an sm gnomes with us who are the co writers and co directors of this film. They've been in the podcast before. In fact they are even podcast listeners. Previously who had made it to the stage with their last film. Small town crime and It's it's a pleasure to have them back. So i hope just on that alone you will give their film a chance and seek out The latest film from these indie filmmakers were once podcast listeners. Just like you. Before they were they were listening in and you know during the pandemic. We're not even just podcasting. We've set up backstory magazine youtube page. Where you could watch all these interviews. That's right you could watch the amazing zoom of talking heads. You could see us talk But look fat. Man is a very strange movie. Indeed they were they were bucking genre in many different ways and i respect them for that and you know the nuns brothers were very good about about their creative process and actually what it took to do their film during the pandemic because they as as as they explain later They were shooting at right until literally locked down happened. So their entire post was during the pandemic They got really lucky in that respect that they didn't have stop shooting and as they say they they might not have really finish their film based on all the elms they needed to get together to make it happen so They were very forthcoming about their creative process. And i know you will dig this episode and speaking of things to dig. I hope you also check out back story magazine over backstory dot net. That's right folks. it's my passion project. Doing it during the pandemic is very difficult. So your support would be greatly appreciated. we're really getting ready to publish issue. Forty two. I now in a position where i oh a couple articles to the magazine. I'm tempted to put it out with my articles to float in after it's out because as a digital magazine i could do that but I want to try and get it as together as i can. Because we've been waiting long enough but Yeah bit sleep deprived right now but your support would be amazing if it makes it easier for you to become a backstory subscriber. I'm happy to offer.

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Camille Selvon Abrahams on the animation industry during COVID

Revision Path

03:00 min | 11 months ago

Camille Selvon Abrahams on the animation industry during COVID

"I am also the founding director glenn emissions do so we are continuing work work from home and i think that's what is happening a lot with animation studios. That's what i'm hearing from my international friends. Who are doing these sort of things similar to what we are doing that. We are working from holes. And i think animators maybe creative on a whole we kind of okay with that. You know we we at least from me my experience being anonymous you enjoy that into law saying you enjoy going in yourself. So working from hall is not a big deal for us so a lot of will now actually is going on from whom we doing. A lot of commercial syllabi actually. Doing outsourcing from international students from various small jobs that we actually functioning. So it's a good thing for us. We were able to adopt nice earlier on in the year. I talked to a guy are is. He has a animation studio in tokyo and he was sort of saying pretty much the same thing like they've been working from home some of them do come into the office. I think when. I talked to him. He was in the office. They were only him in like one other person but yes seems like for animation. It seems like that's actually preferable because it's so detail oriented. Yes yes actually works. I spoke to one of the big agencies that the sofa toon boom animation in canada and they said because of this shift companies are now thinking. Well okay we just continue like that. In covert or no covert will king from whole final mission and game and game. It's looking for the industry. No you founded full circle. Animation studio like several several years ago. How has the company really changed over the years quite a bit. When i returned from london i studied that. Goldsmiths mincy on i. I made a decision to come back to the caribbean. That was a big step because trinidad and tobago. We are oil and gas country. That's what economy is based on me coming back and windy creative digital type correa. Abviously was a challenge. Because that's not what we are accustomed to so coming back with. Difficulty took about previous to kind of get on my feet as far as the studio on after the ten ta gratin business now his name is jason lindsey who had a very strong business background so without sort of thumb partnership where you have decreased if any business it really really supported the studio from becoming micro stew into a relatively successful outsourcing to handy caribbean. So that's kind of how it's moved and now we are. We are considered one of the outsourcing studios in the caribbean. We've outsourced with pro. Hbo's of our. Will you know you see on each be on cotton. We've we actually have a one hundred and international productions

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Welcome everyone to so jacket on songwriting episode one, hundred, seventy, four. Hope you're all doing. Okay. This is Simon. Here with Brian, joining us today is an American singer Songwriter and guitarist best known as front man of the claimed folk rock band doors couple of weeks ago they released their excellent seventh studio album. The Dave Cobb produced good luck with whatever record. In Nashville's famed RCA studio and it's another top quality entry in a consistently impressive catalog where the lights welcome the excellence Taylor Goldsmith to the show this interview was recorded late last year backstage, a gorilla in the center of Manchester just prior to the band's performance there that night and it was such a pleasure wasn't bright to spend time with Taylor yeah. Very to chap and things very deeply about what he does is you'll hear in a few minutes I'll guess was born in Los Angeles California in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, and raised in Malibu. His Dad Lenny was a successful musician and Taylor showed early signs of following in his footsteps. He took piano lessons when he was very young but later found himself drawn to the guitar. His gave into his sons pleading and Boston one soon, as he could string a few quotes together began writing his own songs. I believe he was later to give to this I strapped by a friend of his dad who brought several of them to the house. Until Taylor's pick his favourite can I was looking if one of my dad's friends produced a pound coin from beyond my ear? Having spent the rest of his teams developing a songwriter musician. Taylor formed band Simon Doors with high school classmates and Budding Young, guitarist blake bills, who's also gone to do pretty well for himself they released one album, two, thousand, six's carnivore for mills departure led to the band's dissolution shortly afterwards, doors was born with younger brother Griffin on drums basis while and taste strengthen on keyboards. This new configuration embraced the subtler folk musical style and their debut album. The Jonathan Wilson produced North Hills arrived in two thousand, nine Wilson also produce the follow up twenty eleven's nothing is wrong. Album number three stories don't end dropped in two, thousand thirteen and all your favorite bands was released in Twenty fifteen following, which leaper Dini replaced on keys. Their fifth album were going to die produced by former bandmate blake mills arrived Awesome Autumn Two Thousand Sixteen Jonathan Wilson once again to the producer's chair for twenty eight passwords actually a really good documentary about the making. We're all GONNA die on Youtube it's called the alternative theories of physics and we recommend checking out to get sense of how the guys work in the studio. Taylor's extracurricular activities include the band middle, brother? And he's also worth with Jackson Browne John Fogerty Sarah Watkins Colorado best and Brandon Flowers in two thousand fourteen he was invited by legendary producer t-bone Burnett to be part of the new basement tapes project writing music from newly discovered Bob Dylan Lyrics Taylor window of a half a dozen tracks on that I think yeah. That was a fascinating project actually which we touch on in the interview he might remember our former guests, Giddens, and Elvis Costello were involved in that record two as well as Marcus Mumford and Jim James from my morning jacket more recently Taylor was heavily. Involved along with the Great Mike. Viola in the writing and recording his super talented of the half Mandy Moore's album silver landings, which was released in spring of this year, and is a great listen I mean, how could they not be what it seemed like the you can hear songs from silver landings not to mention quotes from.

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A new month, same ol bad economy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:11 min | 1 year ago

A new month, same ol bad economy

"In Los Angeles, I'm Kai Ryssdal Thursday day the first day of October. Good always to have you along. Let us take stock. Shall we at the beginning of a program on business in the economy of the state of business and this economy because honestly? Could be better here are just a couple of numbers from today's news eight, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week. Personal incomes were down almost three percent in August and related and to be clear time is running out for help from the federal government. There is no deal as of yet which means that all across the country from neighborhoods around Disneyland to the outer boroughs of New, York? City? People are facing a corona virus winter kind of on their own marketplace. Jasmine guard gets us, going from New York. At Saint Ann's Episcopal Church in the Bronx. The line to get food often wraps around the block. It's a mix of young people, children and elderly the bronx part of the poorest congressional district in the US. Many people who live here commute to Manhattan often to work minimum wage in essential jobs locals tell me they've never seen anything like this line before a man named Garrett. Faber. said he comes here once a month to get food because his unemployment check is not quite enough because you bill's pretty high and I pay rent and. Other bills, student loans he's a social worker who lost his job the bronx is the. Of the COVID nineteen pandemic in New York City the area I'm standing in Maat haven has had over fifteen hundred cova cases. Unemployment here is now around twenty five percent according to analysts that's Great Depression levels when the economy gets a cold places like Bronx get pneumonia or cancer Joel Berg is a CEO of the nonprofit hunger free. America, he says life can be very tough for many residents in the south. Bronx but covert. Has Been Catastrophic and so they're tenuous living before this when they were just at the edge of survival as a been destroyed Erica in is a senior economic advisor at Cornell University she says jobs in Manhattan create what economists call multiplier affects your how how many jobs does each job support a lot? So as Manhattan offices remain mostly empty, many janitors, Baristas, cooks, and other workers who call the Bronx home have seen their jobs disappear. Jasmine guards for marketplace lose job of course more. Than just going without a paycheck. More happens. So we asked marketplace's Eric Barris to talk to some workers who've been furloughed back in April. Monica Harris was furloughed from her digital marketing job in Atlanta area at first she was optimistic. Maybe this is the time like I need to be like doing other stuff working awesome passion projects like just stuff like that. Then her furlough was extended and her extra unemployment benefits ran out she spent the summer worrying I hope I'm I the next Brianna Taylor by fiance is not the next door floyd and now she expects to be out of work for the rest of the year last month with probably the hardest. I haven't been working that I really would feeling like Oh my God like, am I going to be okay, the pandemic, the struggle for social justice the uncertainty surrounding the election at an unemployment and stress can be overwhelming says, Goldsmith an economist at Washington and Lee University who studies how joblessness affects mental health. All sorts of insecurities undermine emotional wellbeing. And this is a classic case of that because you just don't know and employers don't know either PSA airlines flight attendant Denise Grassi starts her furlough. Today. Right next to the Philadelphia Airport so whenever. Planes. Go to land or take off often hear them and it's sad. It's very sad as not knowing whether she'll go back to work on a plane America bears for

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'Palm Springs' is like 'Groundhog Day' all over (and over) again

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:12 min | 1 year ago

'Palm Springs' is like 'Groundhog Day' all over (and over) again

"Getting straight into Palm Springs, and and you know we're in the non spoiler section right now, but we'll get into a little later really. Really, I'm just curious because you know most writers when they know that they're in the shadow of Groundhog Day, you know they kinda give up. Because how could you do better than groundhog day, but would soon entertaining about your film, is you? You take it in a different direction, but you still you know I feel pay a little bit of orange to some of the the mathematics of groundhog day and kind of go on your own direction. Tell me, tell me how palm springs started. I know it's the most boring question. The you've been asked a million times, but we're GONNA get deeper into the story mechanics, so it'll be interesting to hear how the idea formed. On At Afi maximum I made a couple of shorts together made our thesis Dome Together, and then during our second year there. Trial McDowell and Justin later came in showed us the one I love. And they're both in fi. grads had graduated maybe eight years earlier than when they aim roughly at at and they talked about being stuck in. A finishing school being stuck in kind of a development hell. On some other movie, and then there, whatever five years out of school and they didn't have much to show with it, children and Think drugs at a general meeting with Mark Who said like what do you have that we can go and make? Something on the cheap, and they're. They made the one I love, and so their advice to our entire class was like. Go make something right away. Is that same kind of marked loss. Due to blast. Brothers model just like just make something. and I think maximum. I took that to heart in the week after graduation. I think exactly five years ago, maybe this weekend or last week and we. We Like let's make our first meeting. We headed out the palm springs in had a our little last week in talking about. What we want to be is one location or locations contained that we know we can do. and. We both have an affinity to palm springs settled on hot springs, but Out Can, we came with a sketch of this character. Niles, who is just who was born out of conversation between me and Max in like? Mining our own personal fears in shame and insecurities, and from that point on Like it evolved into the groundhog day. Thing in a way. Did it just like? Ask US five years ago, it was it was more like of leaving Las Vegas. In just. As our as our own personal lives change over the cut, the following years, and you know. The influence of large forty-nine on me all that stuff it. It led the movie into a different direction than I think initially set out to do, and then once we landed on the ground hog day aspect of it all. You can look at groundhog days. Maybe at the end he figures out the meaning life. He's gifted this. This the day handing in the next day begins

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Taking a Leap

Taking a Leap

12:53 min | 1 year ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Taking a Leap

"HI everyone. This is year life coach. Debra Brown welcoming you to taking a leap or guest. Today is John Goldsmith. John Goldsmith the most people in the gym and music circles. Know Him him as his artist's name blaze has been a personal trainer for fourteen years. He has been featured in the tricks of the Trade Section of the Idea Fitness Journal magazine three times. John is also a part of a conscious hip hop band that recently toward along the east coast of the United States and is currently preparing for a college tour. His mission is sharing his purpose and helping others align with their purpose. Welcome to the show. John How are you I have good. I'm good thank you. Thank you for being here so the first question that I ask every guest is what has been your biggest leap leap in life. When you look back at your life my biggest leap I would have to say getting control of my anger? Okay tell me a little bit more about that. Yeah I remember pretty vividly On first dates and You know you would you. Would you would gather that. On the first day you would player second role Lambie kind and courteous and put. Yeah it's like a foot for and It would just be various occasions man where I just. It was just angry from a guy in a parking space. Who wanted to overcharge for parking and I would have a outburst so The Elderly Lady at the gym. I I I really didn't care always angry so I'm curious just for my girls perspective Those go like they would start off in that like you're trying into park and you you're you lezo not use your name there. How the rest of the beat goes Let's just say there wasn't a second date uh-huh even though in my opinion the date went well besides that outbursts. I think everything else went went. Well usually but Yeah they got really busy all of a sudden so Would never get mad at them. It was there anything about them. That would just get mad at things around yes people around or yeah they just got to see that other side very quickly. Yeah Yeah Yeah So. Was it something that you were immediately conscious of. When you say that the dates went well was it that you didn't even realize is how much your anger with an issue at that time? Yeah I really didn't realize I just thought it was normal I didn't realize it until a friend of mine. She brought it to my attention and said I think you need help. You should do therapy or something I was like. Ah Come on man. This is what we do. I think it was put out of the norm at all. But that's probably stemming from my you know from the many my family you know like you you know you're you're taught throughout the generation that men are supposed to be tough. You're not supposed to show. Oh your emotion and you don't take any disrespect or anything like that so I just thought it was normal and watch want other than the friend like when the friend pointed that out to you did you start to see it for yourself. Yeah yes she would. That friend was actually present when I got into arguments with the elderly lady about a machine imaging oh he was actually president. Xi is like just allow lady to use it and I was like no we. We're here for it's like like yeah. This is getting more more more more common. Well so you saw it right marrying back. So how did you get through it like hold on did it even take you to address it formally and really take it seriously I had been me for for years from high school I was I just thought it was normal and I'm Ben I'd say late twenties probably meant to late twenties. So that about nine or ten years that I just normal and she brought it to my attention and the she's the one who actually offered therapy and she paid. Hey therapy because she no. She knew I wasn't GonNa do it. Like sessions already booked. I bought this much sessions. You just have to show up every Every week so do willingly or out of obligation to soon not waste our money out of obligation that I really You've never really heard of therapy like helping helping people and I don't really think I had a problem so out of obligation. I felt bad that she already paid. So all right. I'll I'll go the first time in just the how it went. How how How would go and then I went a second week and went third? Aren't we can basically went every week but It would just because I feel bad. Were you totally. I know you showed up but were you really once you got there where you really into it or were you just like showing up. Aw I was just going up but something got through. Yes yeah yeah just Kinda so as to the power of therapy because for the I think it may have been ten sessions or or eight sessions or something like that and I had to write. He gave me a anger logged. And I had to write down my outburst. I like throughout the week or on the weekend and I would never do any of that stuff. I'm like this is dumb. But after the Sessions after the eight or ten sessions. I noticed the big change so you were writing down. You were taking steps to write down the dip below our. I would write down the last day of uh-huh meet him. I'm like all right. Let me like I'm actually joined it down some of the stuff the the day of. Yeah but during the week I'd probably say like midway through Hobby like after the choice months began to be aware not really during my outbursts. But right after that. That was the outburst on okay. But I wasn't really doing anything forward or me about it but it was it was affecting Everything was writing my relationship. Obviously with women with with my mom I got got work and I just started getting worse he he. So what what. What was the turning point for you? Can you remember when everything clicked or you know because the funny thing is that if you never told told me that John Because you're such a chill person you know I didn't know you then right right. I would never believe that. That would have been the answer to that question. He'd give anger management right. Good you're that's the power of scenes so I like that. Remember the turning point for you. I say twenty points for me was after the After the anger program finished and Me Going out and me actually be more aware of the outburst and then the anger outburst actually getting less and less and it's been a journey so since then I I can't say I never get angry. You know what I mean right right but it's way less And I it just shows you mandy the power of of growth you know. We assume as we are definitely worked in in progress. I I think the problem is most people is They don't realize so being aware holding themselves accountable. Something the lot of people don't do they don't like to do so. They just kind of mass their issues and just kind of you know like allowed to put him off to the side hoping that nobody really gets hurt or whatever but they never really address the rue actual core the issue. And I feel like Finding my purpose which I found out years later was the icing on the cake. And it's like oh now I get it now I understand. What is your purpose? My purpose is to change to impact allies throughout this world and that's not just one arena. Because yes I am. Our part is yes. I am personal trainer but it goes far beyond just music or songs and it goes far beyond says. His health I I really get ernest joy helping people like I can be having a bad day or I could be broke on a certain week or whatever it is and just the joy that I get from helping. Somebody changed their day helping somebody to put a smile on their face. brings me to utmost sort like if more people realize what their purpose was was They would wake up with purpose and they would live there Davis with purpose and it would it would bring such great change so you mentioned that You discovered your purpose and that was the icing on the cake for you. What was like life like before you knew your purpose? Is it exactly what you just right. Because you're living the life that you're saying you know people are living. I mean you were living that life not knowing your purpose. What was it like for you by then then Honestly in my early twenties life was waking up every day. Not being arrested the day is another sleep but I didn't get arrested. Or what.

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Planet Money: Single Women Are Shortchanged In The Housing Market

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Planet Money: Single Women Are Shortchanged In The Housing Market

"Buying or selling a home is difficult. Even if you are very savvy with money but academics have discovered. It's even harder if you're a single woman. Sally Herships Stacey Vanek Smith from our daily economics. podcast the indicator from planet money. Explain what's going on. A new study just came out of Yale School of Management. It looks at how well single women do versus single men when they buy home or when they invest in the housing market housing is probably the largest purchase. It's made by most Americans. That's Kelly shoe. She teaches finance at the Yale School of Management and she says we invest more in our homes than in the stock market so when gene her colleague Paul Goldsmith. Pinkham recently bought houses around the same time they were paying a lot of attention to the transactions. Kellyanne Paul ended up looking at data data from over fifty million housing transactions. And here's what they found. On average single women buy houses for two percent more than single men but they also sell those houses for two percent. Less women are losing about one thousand. Three hundred seventy dollars per year relative to men because they tend to buy the same house at a higher price and sell for a lower price just knowing the gender of the other party can affect the sale according to Kelly shoe when women make low offers the are treated differently differently than men who make the same low offers. It is an unfortunate consequence of perhaps our culture and the fact that We may I expect that women are more willing to share the pie and share the surplus from negotiation. This is called gender expectations. It's the possible that women are expected to be nicer to be more generous to be more thoughtful. It's the idea that everyone should benefit from. The sale of this House both buyer higher end seller. But no matter what the reason is that is not exactly what happens. When single women houses remember single women buyers they are already spending more buying it higher prices and they also sell for less and guess who they give the biggest discounts to we find that the largest richest discounts tend to occur. When it's a female seller and mail buyer single? Women also do worse when it comes to. What is called market timing? Kelly says that could be because single women tend to be more tied down and in case. You're wondering Kelly and her co author accounted for all kinds of things education. An income age type of home listing agent ethnicity. They adjusted for all of these things and the results stuck so this is kind end of distressing but there was a silver lining there some good news depending on how you characterize a silver lining women on average do better when they are transacting with other women. So there's a tip for single women if you are buying or selling a house like look at doing business with a woman you might get a better deal and Kelly had some other tips. She says single single women are able to. They should try to think long term to become long-term investors because every time a single woman buys or sells a house. She is likely to lose two percent cent compared to a single man. Stacey Vanik Smith Sally Herships N._P._R. News.

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Steven Spielberg takes on West Side Story

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Steven Spielberg takes on West Side Story

"Are you what are you working on next? I know that there's a Yoko Ono John Lennon project and a BG's project possibly where are you on those two the titles yet You I know that they're both set up once with the Jesus with paramount Being produced at least by Steven Spielberg and The John Lennon Yoko sit up universal and John Mark Ballet Dude Dallas buyers club. Very much yes yes Yeah he's he's he's down to direct So hoping to shoot that next year and I'm doing a musical on Broadway of Neil Diamond Neil sweet caroline diamond. Wow so I go from here to get into workshop on that So we're hoping to bring that to Broadway is other non musical things kicking around that. You're working on. Yeah I'm doing the adaptation of three identical strangers which was Stunning documentary which My agent Coleman said would you be interested and I said look Chinese another job like a hole in the head And he's just check it out. What's the Steve? I was so blown away. By this documentary about three identical twins who reunited and and find triplets yet and they re triplets in and then they find that they're all pot of really nefarious study pretty and IT GETS Super Creepy I. It was a great movie. Yeah that's settled with With Sidney Kimmel entertainment and film four in the

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Joining the circular economy with Vestiaire Collective

Fashion No Filter

09:38 min | 2 years ago

Joining the circular economy with Vestiaire Collective

"Hey Cami Hey Monica. Guess what I got a really funny. DM from a listener last week. A D M A direct message in my inbox area. Yeah I thought maybe I could read it out and we could provide the answer on the pod as opposed to online fine. Okay hit me tangled thread four thousand five rights. Hey any chance you guys could do an episode on what should go into a girl's closet without the trends. I know it's possible ospel to Google it but a lot of us want to hear it from you dot dot dot or at least I do and here. She inserts a photo of her closet which to be totally honest. Looks a lot neater than mine but anyway she goes on on this. What is a big mess? I keep buying stuff and there's still nothing in it cheers angell. Let's so nice while tangled thread. Four thousand five. It's funny you should ask because this. This episode is actually going to be full of answers. I suspect not only are we going to be interviewing the founders of one of the world's leading secondhand fashion retailers that's yeah collective which By the way allows you to buy and sell second hand pieces designer secondhand pieces but also coming. I feel like we need to talk about this. Eternal problem of all of us feeling like there's nothing to wear in our wardrobes. Having a wardrobe full of clothes an attorney thinking oh I have nothing to wear exactly and we're kind of clearly missing. The mark of this is a problem problem. A societal problem because we're buying a lot of stuff but we're not buying the right stuff. I also think that a lot of us. I've heard a lot lately that instagram's our social media's to blame for this and it's because girls don't want to repeat outfits on the ground don't want to be seen wearing the same things tonight in a row etc etc.. But I oh. I think that this problem dates back to way way way more before that says that people have been overwhelmed by sort of trends flying at them for a really long time. And it's hard to pare back to the essentials. Well I think also women often want to wear something new to feel confident and and and that's great great but what about also training yourself to not need something new to feel confident on on the country learning to mix and match of things that you have in different ways so that you actually really playing around with your wardrobe so much better exactly. And I'm sort of training myself. That way and trying to really invest in Ki Ki. He says I have to say those are what I feel Augustine. Speaking of I wanted to give a shoutout to this amazing stuff. It's called the registry which is a website that allows you to repair things that you've previously love. Do they come pick up the broken pieces from your house. Yes so basically. It's a website you see. You can go on it. I think it's the restaurant or calm. I haven't checked and we'll put it in the show notes but basically you can send anything from a chanel handbag with a broken chain. A lovely pair of Bali pumps that all worn down. Or I don't know you. You have your favorite dress that needs fit into your body. Because it's it no longer fits and actually I think we so often think of replacing things buy new ones when we want something Robin repairing so anyway not everyone think of also repairing the things you love before you start investing even if it's investing in vintage pieces that I think it's good to get these these new kinds of services out there. Yeah I agree. Check it out. Also I went to the trouble to properly answer this listener. That was so honored. Also we're going to be fashioned agony. The neons yeah so I actually wrote down my essential pieces that I could not live with her in my wardrobe okay. I've really thought about this. Go on okay. So a perfect suit preferably in black Assamese had measles a great one. I would say velvets a lot of it. Suit Yup. Okay where where's your velvet. Suit is from Ray. His own brown raise amazing as well almost flat but but not quite flat elegant boots I think a day and by far are really good for this or if you have a bit more budget products are brilliant boots a pair of black gray white and dark blue ankle skimming jeans not too tight higher wasted. Because it's more flattering Goldstein. Denim are very good at this. Yeah I think with Denim. It's what works for you. I think each fasten their favorite stall. I'm I'm going for a very mom jeans. Look at the Mo- I go through phases but I think just find what fits you. Yeah Golden Helmet Lang as well a helmet line Unisex. Gre like ninety one pair of slingbacks in a neutral color probably blacked to dress at the black gene at night and make your ankles look great a crisp white shirt go one size up. You don't want it to be tight. Where'd you get your shirts from? There's a brand called with nothing underneath. I I really like a Bronco Ankle pieces of white which is really good but I like men shots. I like Ralph. Lauren Noah size small Mensur. Yeah sometimes even better than this is good for shots okay. Uniqlo's well wait t shirts from current Elliott great feel and tank tops internal next from a brand that. I've just discovered this dude looled. The Francis dilaudid in English. It's really fake. Check it out and have a great instagram account as well and a body suit to wear under the jacket. which because you can separate the jacket from the suit and just wear it with jeans right but then you WanNa wear in a casual way but open and you have to have something underneath presume bodysuits really good? I feel like this is tetris actress fashion. We should be providing the maximum amount of outfits. You can wear with these combos yet. So would you add anything. Maybe a piece of statement jewelry like from at Gerry. A or an Isa Kerr McGee. I would also add a pair of What I like to call cities meakers things that you were like for example of cool new balance or as X.? Trainers absolutely necessary sustainable option. Yeah I wear my new balance a lot I have to say I love. Also a big extra-large man coats your because I think you can wear whatever whatever you want underneath and just throw it on not be called and then you can have like skimpy little mini dress underneath if you're going out whatever and you'll find even if it's freezing and that's the last is key investment piece potentially the most expensive. Oh by the way also I really believe in like if you have old jewelry that maybe let your mom gave you or something but it feels old school. You can get converted birded into something really new and cool as well like Jesse Thomas Jewelry that her dad's a Master Goldsmith. She's learnt his art and she's learned how to do this and she has really cool. Modern tastes but with all of this stuff. You don't you don't need to buy things not to be preachy anyway. One more thing I wanted to tell you on this topic Chemi is. I met this girl the other day. on this visit London called Catherine quenches. I've heard of her. She's brilliant super committed minimalist. She's black for the past eight really. She hasn't won another Nkala rather than like a commitment. Quite extreme. Yeah not much light. But she's like totally committed and she's super chic anyway. She designs in other neutral colors. Black and everything goes super well together and she has created city break. Capsule wardrobes. So you can actually buy the whole thing together. You don't even have to think about it and everything goes perfectly. So there's just put a London won the Perez ones coming through in the Florence and it's actually all inspired by Joan. Didn't packing list love lies. We read it out the packing list. Yes yes let's do it. I love it me find. It's the sinked. Travel is below taped inside joined idioms closet door in Malibu for many years consisted of everything thing the author needed when she set out on assignment it was printed along with digits owner analysis of it in her nineteen seventy-nine collection of nonfiction. The white album. Here it is the pack and where to Scott's to jerseys or leotards one pullover sweater two pairs of shoes stockings Bra nightgown robe slippers cigarettes Borbon. We forgot the sweaters. We did forget sweat is Saddam patters William very important. Yes okay bag. Doug with shampoo toothbrushes toothpaste basis soap. Razor yoder an aspirin prescriptions tampax. Face cream powder baby while to carry Mojo throw typewriter interesting. Yeah we definitely don't have those anymore. Legal Pods pens files. House House. Cow Ski this list right Stadion which was taped inside my closet door in Hollywood during those years when I was reporting more or less steadily the list enabled me to pack back without thinking for any piece. I was likely to do notice the deliberate anonymity of the costume in a skirt a leotard stockings. I could pass on either side of the culture. You're not the mohair throw for trunk line. Flights III no blankets and for the motel room in which the air conditioning could not be turned off. I hate notice Bourbon for the same motel room. Notice the typewriter for the airport coming home. The idea was to turn in the Hertz car check in and find an empty bench and start typing the days notes. It should should be clear that this was a list made by someone who prize control urine after momentum. Someone determined to play her role as if she had. The script heard the cues new the narrative narrative. There is on this list. One significant emission one article I needed and never had a watch. I needed to watch not during the day when I could turn on the car radio or ask ask someone but at night in the motel quite often. I would ask the desk for the time if you how so until finally embarrassed ask again I would call US Angie's and ask my husband in other words. I had skirts jerseys leotards plover sweater shoes. Stockings Bra nightgown rope slippers. Cigarettes Borbon Shampoo toothbrush brush and paste basis soap razor deodorant. ASPIRIN PRESCRIPTIONS Tom. Impacts face cream powder baby oil mojo throw typewriter legal pads pens end files and a house-key but I didn't know what time it was. This may be a parable either of my life as a reporter during this period or of the period itself isn't that brilliance. I do it

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Talking with Mugler's Creative Director, Casey Cadwallader

Fashion No Filter

08:49 min | 2 years ago

Talking with Mugler's Creative Director, Casey Cadwallader

"About an hour north of Boston is a good place to grow up that's the places to ski sure pretty well Yes because my father's family had a place in the eastern townships yeah but you left I did go back I have to go I summer will as a young boy I was obsessed with music so I was knowing that there was something else out there that was kind of fun and flashy so I like you know she kind of grew this in me I guess but yeah actually didn't start in fashion yeah I think you were supposed to be thirteen but I was twelve and it's just because I kept going to the jewelry store with I started doing that so did that from twelve to twenty so it was like a Goldsmith I just learned from him I was his apprentice basically so I did that for a long time and then that kind search the Internet that how did you go from architects to creative director relate the fact that architectures kind of your third skin fashion is sort of your second furniture because he touched the furniture so yeah my thesis project in architecture in a creative director is that you start to move back to environments and like what is in shirts or shoes or whatever but later on it gets kind of comeback again so architecture does all sorts of things going on on the inside to make it stand up basically so yeah douglass us does feel very controllable in Mr McGregor was very interested in architecture the work before and knowing that I could make good work for the future Barranquilla so if I have very I predecessors words but I know Mr mcclair works because I've asked a lot of questions but for me to have a sense of where you wanna go with the shapes and the cuts and all that so there's mix it together in a very personal way because when you do that you're kind of guaranteed to be making eighteen then I wanna make this and that kind of close my eyes and then the sketch of the jacket comes out and then you know resigned director or whatever I was before you have to just do what you think is right and abstract with what I look out I will you fast show was loud as as as as I did anything specific I think a lot of things happen due to a lot of luck knicks mcclair have such a pulse and that's culture so music musicians address beyond say and that was my big I mean I was not physically or mentally and things where you can move and really doing stage costumes is the most refined version of that and do her thing and you don't restrict her imagine your jacket restricting beyond say onstage heels that did not come off God I think I think early on that kind of it was a week before the show and they said Oh he wants to come to the show and I was like please also very kind and just in very unfiltered in this really beautiful way own obviously a little bit the side myself and I was just trying to figure out so basically what we did is we oh I didn't because it was like really down to the wire moment I couldn't leave and the report so really like her rants about Medicare for all and how Obama cares more hey of communicating that's exciting and clear and funny and smart all the time so yes so

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"goldsmith" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"O'Brien versus the United States was my stepfather and Hoffa versus United States was awful and it turned out that these were to somewhat obscure opinions from the nineteen sixties that had in fact vindicated claims behalf and O'Brien that the governor especially the O'Brien case my stepfather that the Justice Department had actually overstepped and engage in unlawful surveillance and this was something of a famous case back in the sixties and I was amazed when I read it for so many different reasons because it just brought a completely different part of my life is stressful period when I was a young man into the store the Justice Department and it also made me realize my stepfather he had always told me about Justice Department malfeasance and how he had this famous case in the Supreme Court. I never I believed I'm Jacob Schultz and this is the law fair podcasts October fifth two thousand nineteen in nineteen seventy five Labor abry union leader an American icon. Jimmy Hoffa went missing forty four years after HOFFA's disappearance. The crime remains one of America's greatest unsolved mysteries. One of those frequently considered a suspect in Hoffa's murder is Chuckie O'Brien Hoffa's longtime right him O'Brien also happens to be the stepfather other of l'affaire co-founder and Harvard Law Professor Jack Goldsmith in his new book in Hoffa Shadow Goldsmith details own rigorous investigation office disappearance and explains why the long held assumption of Chunkys role in Hoffa's death misguided yet. The book is more than a murder mystery in it. Goldsmith also reflects on the evolution of his own relationship with his stepfather. At the Texas Tribune Festival Benjamin would have sat down with Goldsmith to discuss his new book look how he came to write it and his relationship with Chucky. It's the law podcast episode four Fifty Eight Jack Goldsmith on in Hoffitz shadow so Jack I want to start with a the opening anecdote of the book which kind of connects the book to a lot of the themes themes that we work on at law fair how did working on the Bush administration's warrantless wiretapping wiretapping program bring you to reevaluate your relationship with your stepfather and launch a project that ended up with the book about whether or not he was involved in the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa good. Thanks for your kind words about the book so before I tell the opening anecdote my stepfather person who became my stepfather when I was twelve years old six weeks before to be Hoffa disappeared as a man named Charles Chuckie not O'Brien and he adopted me a the next year but he became my father about six providence robin disappeared off his right hand man and his closest aide for Twenty Years Hoffa. He knew Hoffa since he was a boy. This is the first week of the disappearance my my stepfather was the leading suspect in the person that was thought to have picked up Hoffa and driven him to his killers so I grew up in the Hoffa Maelstrom and that's the background to the event you asked me about which which is flash forward thirty almost thirty years later and I am a senior official in the Justice Department ahead of the Office of Legal Counsel Council and I had been in the job about three months and I was working on as Ben says President Bush's warrantless wiretapping program which was full of legal problems and it was an extremely stressful moment because I was trying to figure out whether the program could continue whether it would have to be pulled back. Jack was deemed to be a very vital program at the time the threat reports were off the radar screens they hadn't been since nine eleven and so. I was torn between trying to put this program on a sounder legal basis and worried that if it had to pull back it was going to harm our effort in preventing terrorist events and I was sitting in the Justice Department late one night rather stressed out and tired and I was reading how to stack a fourth amendment opinions on my desk because I was trying to learn about the fourth amendment I actually wasn't an expert on the Fourth Amendment when I began this job so to understand the program I had to understand the fourth amendment right which is the main constitutional provisions that govern surveillance in this country and I was reading this opinion called Burger a late nineteen sixty s opinion and I was retired reading these opinions and this opinion and out came to citations O'Brien versus United States auto versus the United States and I hadn't thought about got my stepfather that much while I was there but he was always in the back of my mind but O'Brien versus the United States was my stepfather and half versus United States was off and it turned out these were to somewhat obscure opinions from the nineteen sixties that had in fact vindicated claims by half and O'Brien that the governor especially the O'Brien Brian Case my stepfather that the Justice Department had actually overstepped and engaged in unlawful surveillance and this was something of a famous case back in the sixties days and I was amazed when I read it for so many different reasons because it just brought a completely different part of my life is stressful period when I was young man into the sixth took store the Justice Department and it also made me realize my stepfather who's had very different outlook can educational background than I do. He had always told me about about Justice Department malfeasance how he had this famous case in the Supreme Court. I never believed it wasn't a famous case but there was a case so anyway I stumbled onto this case. I stumbled onto and it started me thinking Donna process that led me to reconsider him. He and I had twenty years earlier a I'd basically cut him out of my life. Twenty years earlier mostly for selfish reasons and it started a process that ended in this book that was fifteen years ago the ended in this book and that's how the process started all right so there's a lot in there yeah. Let's let's UNPACK. This was also around the time that we I met and when you and I first met as you describe you had a very different attitude toward chucking than you do now and and you had cut him out of your life and I remember I really remember vividly when we first talked about chucky. You described him mm-hmm as a really bad guy. I think the words you used where he's he was a mob mob mob dub teamster. I don't think he was actually likely we involved with the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa and then you pause and said because Jimmy Hoffa was basically as adopted dad and he may have in his real father and but he was a really bad guy and then you told me this story where when you had been a teenager when you'd kind of acted did up he threw you up against a wall and said I've killed guys for less than that. I had no doubt that he meant that literally so in the book number one you made clear that Jimmy Hoffa was not in fact his father you also know that when I started the book right a lot of research search so you also make clear that you actually idolized him as a teenager you were and you were very close house and you paint him in this very loving way that does not yet he is mobbed up teamster guy in fact we'll get to that in a little while but you paint him with enormous sympathy and so. I'm interested in the emotional trajectory on your part between being a a kid who this guy marries your mom and becomes your kind of idol to your repudiation of him. You changed your name to avoid Loyd his name to this reconciliation that brings you back to this very warm relationship with him great so it happened in stages. idolize. Jason was a teenager as I said he came into my life and I was twelve years old at that point my I had a stepfather a biological father neither of which were good fathers they were my biological father was quite bad. Father never really had a male fatherly figure in my life and Chucky as I call him now or sometimes Allen pappy. That's another story. He came into my life at a time that was six weeks after they got married. It was the Hoffa disappearance just developed our life but during all of that he was just an extraordinary father and he was extraordinary father because he showered live on me and my brothers love and attention and he did everything with us and he looked out for us and he taught us right from wrong and a very serious way even though he had trouble with it in his life and I just lapped up the male attention and his strength and his love my mom was very ill so during my teenage years I just thought he was the greatest person ever lived and I completely absorbed values. I love the teamsters as union. I thought they were the greatest thing and the mobsters that he was close to who were my uncles uncle. Tony Jack Loney uncle Tony Provenzano people that we used to hang out with guys I mean I really admire them looked up to them and I basically bought his story that Mafias kind of Bologna. I wasn't sure if that was right or wrong but I didn't worry about it. The government is terrible thing that they've constantly breaking the law and that was my worldview up through college and it was the time during which I just we're very close in college. I started to rethink all this. I read some books about the disappearance it turned out that he had this ballot and criminal past which I hadn't really paid attention to her. It didn't know about it turned out that a re- bowman came one day and violently took what my car that he had given me because he had not made payments on it and that kind of scared me. I started thinking about my career. Got The L. Law School and I started to basically weekly things I used to idolize. I became embarrassed about unafraid about then during law school several years later. I essentially completed this process process of basically cutting him out of my life at a time when I was thinking I wanna work in Washington. I want to be a lawyer might WANNA work in the government. It's not GonNa be good for my career to be associated with these mobsters and my stepfather all right but if so that's a super harsh kind of retroactive proactive self critical if we had talked to Jack Goldsmith Yale Law students and everything is the fault of the law school ultimately but but it and if we had had this sort of the same conversation at the time you were changing your name. What was the version of it that you would have told them so? I changed my the name after college so that was a very painful event for him and I discussed that in the book and we exchanged some amazing letters retrospect but in here's here's I was thinking about mad at the time at the at the time especially when I was at Yale and studying law and think about my career I didn't tell myself I told myself a little bit part of my thinking was I had this trajectory and I don't want to be associated with him. I WanNa have my life and I don't want it to be harmed because of my situation with him but it was more than that also had convinced myself that he was a bad person. I convince myself that he had done criminal acts. I had convinced myself that he wasn't reliable. These are true. He what he had done come relax he wasn't reliable sometimes and so. I just basically painting with a broad brush that he was a bad person and that I was justified in in in distancing agency myself from him all right so now fast forward another twenty years and we're back in the Justice Department in what I think got can safely say is probably the most professionally stressful situation you've ever dealt with which is March of two thousand four in a short space of time. The Byu withdrew Moro Elsie memo's than probably a lot of a lot of the rest of O. Eil C..

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Circus performer changes careers after learning about climate change

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Circus performer changes careers after learning about climate change

"Nick Goldsmith of Ithaca New York fights climate Mitch Change for a living but fifteen years ago it was not even on his radar at the time he had recently graduated from circus school and it was making a living as a performer. You're I worked for about ten years as a professional juggler and Acrobat traveling the world but during a show in Germany. He injured his back. He took some time off to heal while resting. He did a lot of reading and learned about the climate crisis. It's one of those things you can't unlearn so I started doing a lot of research on my own on climate tamed self on energy efficiency on renewable energy and he felt compelled to get involved he joined environmental advocacy groups and then he made the leap going back back to school for a Master's in energy management today. Goldsmith is a sustainability director for the city of Ithaca. He's working on green building policy and how to support more or electric vehicles. His work is helping the city. Get closer to its goal of becoming carbon neutral by the year twenty thirty the community here is really really engaged in sustainability sustainability and environmental action and they get involved and get their hands dirty so Goldman's career has taken a dramatic turn but the former juggler still has a lot of balls in the air

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

14:52 min | 2 years ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"Hi welcome the Daikin out podcasts that has taken ninety six episodes to finally accept that Taylor Swift is straight. I'm calendar Yeah. I'm Sarah and today we're taking out with comedian and performer Alicia Goldsmith about chosen family to the podcast us for having me so our next show at stonewall for anybody who's going to be in New York is number thirty S. That's a Monday as as usual and we have already an awesome awesome lineup we're GONNA announce it soon. In involves the singer of my go-to go to carry a few songs so just imagine how excited I am about this also a couple of quick shoutouts of things that some of our past guests are doing that are cool. They should check out past guests. Lauren Ashley Smith.

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Where's the Beef?

The Sustainable Futures Report

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Where's the Beef?

"Let's turn our attention back here too cold smith's college in the university of london from next month. They've said they're going to remove all beef products from their shops and cafes from the canteen. No burgers there lasagna new chilean attack is all taken off the menu why because they're banning beef is part of efforts to tackle climate change. They're going to charge students ten p <hes> bottles of water and single use plastic cups and this all part of a drive for university become carbon neutral by twenty twenty five they can to install solar palace panels and a switch to a clean energy supply also going they get to require all academic courses to include studies on climate change professor francis corner. The warden of goldsmiths says declaring the climate emergency does he cannot be empty words. Well is actually achieve anything. Let's talk to antony days. Environmental consultant and host of the sustainable futures report which has a podcast on environmental issues could good booty trentini my first advice to it will reading. This would be if you're planning to go to goldsmiths is changed to another university goes somewhere sensible idea where the that many other sounds we'd recipes you ever imagined <hes> very concerned with these issues using. This is all a good move well. I think it's a good thing to raise <hes> awareness awareness of the of the climate crisis <hes>. I didn't think actually banning be he's gonna make a big change on the world scale but <hes> i think that let <hes> raising the profile stood until about raising profile and this is what they'd extinction rebellion for us. I can tell what they're doing is basically everything. The extinction should rebellion <hes> has <hes> has been calling for them to do without any any questions but they always talk about. We need to raise the profile cooed. The will talks about with the western world. The western media talks about nothing but climate change. I can't you can go hoffa now. What should the bbc or sky news or read a national newspaper without being talked to two four about climate change with his own goings. One was like a religious cult talking about the need a how. I mean who isn't aware of it yet it well. Perhaps <hes> not many people but it's not question of talking about it. <hes> it's it's doing something unfortunately talk so far hasn't actually <hes> led to sufficient action that putin putin britain we know that britain of all the g twenty countries has done more to tackle carbon emissions as the mortar tackle waste more to <hes> do respecting their lives things at the british government has done not far apart from this nonsense zero net emissions target twenty-fifty <hes> ah bush's obviously a slightly less worse than extinction but we're moving to renewable energies no doubt all they've been lows at efforts to tackle. We say nothing's things being done. It's not just on the country lutes has been done. We pay huge taxes right now on our fuel <hes> we have to pay to buy a plastic bag. They're losing things being done. In terms of action to stop us from adding to carbon emissions not nearly enough not nearly enough as you say the fifty <hes> zero nasty missions target is nonsense because i think it's too easy reason absolutely it should be twenty thirty or even earlier but it <hes> you know we are in a crisis and playing around with plastic bags. Beefburgers isn't really going to solve it but this is what we do as you say playing. It's playing around. I'm all for let's not have little the plastic bags thrown into the oceans and to be fair it would appear that we were in we we don't see the life can go on with that as all having a single use plastic kubota puzzles but what would you what would you want on then. What do you think these goals misconduct or the government can do every company people listening right. Now should be doing rather than you see back for life to the supermarket. What should they be doing. One of the major things government can do is <hes> an installation project for the whole of old houses all homes in the country so that we could cut back by fifty percent or more of the cost of heating so we can get rid off all fuel poverty. We can create jobs as we go through that project of insulating every home we would cut down on the amount of energy. We're using so obviously that save every consumer assuming mommy that cuts down all footprint so that's one thing we can do <hes> a goldsmith college and i think they ought to intellectual that buildings in the same way <hes> <hes> they should discourage staff and students from by car and in fact they could discourage travel together by doing more online distance learning courses surveys. Yes stop stolen. Stop existing. I know just from our yes no come on and she being in the universe is very very different. <hes> isn't it in terms of as opposed. Do you do your work on line. <hes> thank you very much fascinating toward you. 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Mandy Moore Weds Taylor Goldsmith Hours After Cat Dies In Her Arms

Z Morning Zoo

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Mandy Moore Weds Taylor Goldsmith Hours After Cat Dies In Her Arms

"His plan. Sunday, married, Mandy, Mary Attila Goldsmith from the rock band Dawes. If you know who they are they didn't made these backyard fifty year. So people heard this is us co-stars Milo Ventimiglia, Jack, Chrissy Mets sterling K Brown, plus her friend Minka Kelly, even manny's ex Wilmer Valderrama was a guest. But how sad is that? Your cat dies on Saturday night and Sunday morning. You're getting married and all your guests show. Can where's your cat? Where's your? Here's an engagement that will not only relegates a wedding that won't happen. Paris. Hilton's engagement is off. She and her fiance. Chris Zylka Zilkha Zeljka broke up a few weeks ago. They had been engaged since January. Now, a source the always reliable. Stores says the relationship moved very fast. She realize it

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Brexit is killing investment in UK car industry

Today

04:30 min | 3 years ago

Brexit is killing investment in UK car industry

"In the past year because of uncertainty about brexit the society of motor manufacturers and traders said that investment dropped from six hundred forty seven million pounds in the first half of two thousand seventeen to three hundred and forty seven million pounds in the same period this year and it's urged the government to rethink its policy of leaving the customs union our economics editor come out on it reports after warnings from us and siemens it is the turn of the uk's eighty two billion pound cossack to raise its concerns about brexit the society of motor manufacturers and traders said uncertainty over britain's future relationship with the eu was thwarted investment and that the government's red lines on the type of daily wanted we're working directly against the industry mike holes the chief executive of the smmt said the uk should remain in the eu customs union and that without clarity carmaking would suffer overnight closure but it could be a death by thousand cuts gradually the competitiveness of the uk is a road making it that much harder to attract the investment it's the investment that makes us so competitive the government said it was working for a good deal with the eu and firms such as nissan and bmw had invested in the uk since the referendum the commons has overwhelmingly backed a plan to build a third runway at heathrow airport it was passed with a majority of nearly three hundred after more labor mp's decided to back the government thunder bank jeremy corbyn who opposes heathrow's expansion h tori mp's rebelled the result was welcomed by unions and business leaders but the environmental group greenpeace said it was joining several london boras in bringing a court challenge now political correspondent ben wright reports conservative mp's had been ordered to back the proposal but eight longstanding critics of a third runway voted against it including zac goldsmith justine greening and greg hands who quit as a trade minister last week in order to oppose a scheme he described in the commons is fatally flawed boris johnson chose to avoid the vote altogether a swerve that prompted mockery from labor mp's and criticism from some conservatives labour zone position was fudged the party's leadership opposed to third runway but gave its mp's a free vote in the end more labor mp's voted with the government than the ninety four who voted against the third runway the transport secretary chris railings had the vote was a very strong statement by parliament that would pave the way for a third runway although a group of councils and campaigners are planning a legal challenge to the decision britain will risk of fresh confrontation with russia today when it seeks new palace for chemical weapons inspectors to say who is responsible for nerve agent attacks in syria the foreign secretary boris johnson will use a special meeting in the hague to table the proposals which are opposed by moscow this report my aunt diplomatic correspondent james landale in recent years the international convention that chemical weapons should not be used his broken down nerve agents have been deployed many times in syria once on the streets of salisbury many of these attacks are investigated by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons but the opec w as it's known can establish only if chemical weapons have been used not who was responsible so the foreign secretary boris johnson will formerly table a proposal today to give the inspectors new powers to attribute blame next time chemical weapons used in syria the plans will be considered at a special conference in the hague of all the countries which have signed the chemical weapons convention british diplomats have launched a huge effort to win support to win a vote tomorrow but russia opposes the plan which might see it syrian allies face further international condemnation president trump has criticized the american motorcycle maker harley davidson for its decision to move some of its production outside the united states the company said it wanted to avoid sharplyincreased eu you tariffs on imports mr trump said he was surprised that harley davidson of all companies was the first to wave the white flag the family of a british couple who were found murdered in jamaica last friday have urged people in the community to speak to the police if they know anything about the killings charlie and gail anderson who were both in their seventies had recently retired to the carribean having lived previously.

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"goldsmith" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"When he heard of this proclamation, feel notes my brother, but go and take this necklace and try to sell it in the bazaar. The prince took it to a Goldsmith and asked him to bite how much do you want for it? Asked the man, fifty thousand rupees the prince reply. All right, said the man wait here while I go and fetch the money, the prince waited and waited till at last the Goldsmith returned and with him the goodwill or a policeman who at once too, the prince into custody on the charge of stealing the princesses necklace. How did you get done class? The good. Twelve asked all Fakih. You who servant I am give it to me to sell in the bazaar. The prince replied Beaumont me, and I will show you where he is the prince directed the Kotwal and the policemen to the place where he had left the minister's son and there they found the keys with his eyes shut and engaged in prayer presenting when he had finished his devotions. The goodwill asked him to explain how he had obtained possession of the princesses necklace gone the king..

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"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"And that's the key when it went down special thanks again decorum zak penn for chatting about his latest film ready player one and folks don't forget to check out today's sponsors simple context renew and order your contact lenses and remember you could save thirty dollars off your first order by visiting simple context dot com slash goldsmith or use code goldsmith during your checkout to save thirty dollars off your first order and while you're surfing around online i do hope you'll check out backstory issued thirty two are deadpool to issue remember you can either subscribe and get all access or purchase single issues it backstory dot net and you could read it on a desktop laptop via our pat app or google play on an android tablet for our deadpool two coverage we've got over four thousand words with writers rhett recent paul were nick plus eight piece with director david leach as well and there's even an interview with the casten about writing solo star wars story and you could read an excerpt of it on our blog so there's so much to see in backstory issued thirty to that i do hope you will visit the site take a look at the table of contents and consider becoming a subscriber because i know you'll dig it the cuny with jeff goldsmith a copyright of unlikely films inc in twenty eighteen all rights reserved and hey if you'd like to show your support and donate to this free podcast so i can continue to buy new equipment and use these funds to pay for my podcast hosting fees feel free to sunday pay pal virtual tip to yoga smith at g mail dot com any amount is greatly appreciated as for your social networking needs you could follow yodel smith on twitter or check out my facebook fan page i'm jeff goldsmith the publisher of backstory in the host of the qna thanking you for tuning in and telling you to stay out of trouble till next week.

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"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Folks when you write a kind wild and crazy in thriller you're gonna end up with a hell of a cast because these the kind of meaty rules that actor's love to play and also the kinda performances audiences loved to watch howdy i'm geoff goldsmith in this is the qna my agenda is simple each week i planned to bring you indepth insight into the creative process of storytelling and folks i gotta say was really cool to have the gnomes brothers and the podcast because the writing directing team of east german ian really went for it in their latest film and the results are just the greedy entertainment the you're hoping for an lucky for you there films small town crime is streaming online right now she could find it in all the usual places to rent movies from ranging from i tunes an amazon and beyond and i really do hope you check it out to support nb films as streaming cinema because i most certainly want more quirky crime thrillers like this to find distribution and more importantly find their audience i guess it was really fun to find out that the gnomes brothers are long time listeners of this podcast and thus they mark what i believe is the sixteenth time folks who were longtime listeners ended up in the screening series and the podcast and that's always kinda cool the neloms brothers were really jitters or their time and quite forthcoming in both their process and how they pulled off making small town crimes so i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig guess what backstory dot net is now alive that's right so if you've been waiting to read the magazine on a desktop or laptop you finally can and i truly hope you will check out backstory dot net because it is the place to go for amazing television film and theater content now look the best way to start is to go read the free issue that we've posted and for the opt to bowl reading experience please watch the how to read backstory video because this desktop laptop experiences a totally new user interface and if you watch that short video rather than just rushing in you'll be smooth sailing when it comes to your read of course we are still on ipads as app and.

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"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"goldsmith" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Folks when you write a kind wild and crazy in thriller you're gonna end up with a hell of a cast because these the kind of meaty rules that actor's love to play and also the kinda performances audiences loved to watch howdy i'm geoff goldsmith in this is the qna my agenda is simple each week i planned to bring you indepth insight into the creative process of storytelling and folks i gotta say was really cool to have the gnomes brothers and the podcast because the writing directing team of east german ian really went for it in their latest film and the results are just the greedy entertainment the you're hoping for an lucky for you there films small town crime is streaming online right now she could find it in all the usual places to rent movies from ranging from i tunes an amazon and beyond and i really do hope you check it out to support nb films as streaming cinema because i most certainly want more quirky crime thrillers like this to find distribution and more importantly find their audience i guess it was really fun to find out that the gnomes brothers are long time listeners of this podcast and thus they mark what i believe is the sixteenth time folks who were longtime listeners ended up in the screening series and the podcast and that's always kinda cool the neloms brothers were really jitters or their time and quite forthcoming in both their process and how they pulled off making small town crimes so i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig guess what backstory dot net is now alive that's right so if you've been waiting to read the magazine on a desktop or laptop you finally can and i truly hope you will check out backstory dot net because it is the place to go for amazing television film and theater content now look the best way to start is to go read the free issue that we've posted and for the opt to bowl reading experience please watch the how to read backstory video because this desktop laptop experiences a totally new user interface and if you watch that short video rather than just rushing in you'll be smooth sailing when it comes to your read of course we are still on ipads as app and.

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