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Cryptocurrency Markets On The Edge

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Cryptocurrency Markets On The Edge

"Good opportunities over the way Kim markets wise We did say Bitcoin close up yesterday's candle good two percent. Saturday it was Dan Hoffa percents dawdling along Napa three jot rotten. Now, we're going to bullish candidates three point, four percent backing that cradles on the weekly right. Now, we had a weekly close up point six of a percent we closet eleven thousand, seven, hundred, twenty, four, the Pisa glidden thousand Mothers Bay. The raging will be fine some support now, we not out of the out of the woods yet. We could certainly say the market come back Deepa the limb five until he breakout through the high of loss wakes candle is still in the cards. Lost Weeks was eleven thousand, eight, hundred thirty. We get above the. Will Continue to say, Bitcoin, move off to what has been. Let's be honest. We over the last couple of weeks I mean. We saw that. bitcoin strong couple of wakes up seven point eight percent beckon the twentieth of July. Then the twenty seventh of July were up eleven percent. So a guy in a strong way. The third of August, the start of August, we saw the handle up five point five non then the tenth of August, two percent. Then we would down two point two, five in the last month. Last. Week out point six of Senator Forget as well. We've got the one month the month ending. Very very shortly. Murat. Month right now it's not huge is only three cents at stands lost month mother. July was up twenty, four, point two, nine percent. So. Big. Although has A. Date pullback and hasn't gone to not for a little while you know it's it's sort of slow dead off that big Brennan I wouldn't be surprised. To say, have a bit of a run because if you consider. Aman, where are we going back to the fifth wheel of scars most of August? Look we saw a low of August the low of the month. will go the low the month was ten, thousand, six, hundred, fifty, hot twelve, thousand, five, hundred. So let's let's US Mike the two thousand. Dull. Is Not crazy now it's not crazy at all. So it could say a bit of a kick on for bitcoin at pulling back a little bit on yesterday's That's like. Too much going on. We do have a four hour tried to let it thousand, seven hundred and seventy s where we have. A very already. So kicked on again, yesterday up seven point six, five percent. Closing the wake-up nausea strong a good ten percents point seven, five percent. That's a pretty, damn strong wait there for rough sell straight back off got grease the bull the Rod has a four, twenty, five, twenty, four. Down one percent Australia kicking apply there is well. Exiled did may the ten period moving average loss wake low with twenty five point three cents and closed at twenty nine point so I closed twenty point three it's now at twenty point three point, two percent and. Is Starting to get a little bit of follow through I. WanNa see. Except to a bit more before I. Get involved in this way be SR bitcoin cash sitting back down that way a cradles on. Yeah. Loss Waking. At one point four percent loss weight but to tell you walk. Josh Soda hanging above that two seven five. Region which has been acting as a bit of support that will be very interesting to see how he guy. Throughout the rest of the way swig oversee with just starting, considering where we backing to the four hundred has an arsenal trend. With currently it's an option at two hundred and seventy dollars and fifteen cents hoffa percent. Why Coins? Well, McLaughlin had I am. A RIP Day yesterday up ten point four, two percent and ready citing lot coins wake. It did have a lar- that came in fifty, three, eighty six but ended up closing at sixty to ninety four. That's a big swing up three point. I, said last week. A really strong way ready for math from lot one of the strongest ally the. Within our top ten wetness what goes on for the time being be as Vasil. So sickening that little weekly cried align. It's look it's pretty like lost of a BS vade. Puppy tends to move hard with law of one eighty, one last week and I have to I non closing one, ninety, six, eighty, six, one, get above two, hundred on base the. That's where the the movement will start to shine on through still gonNA lower to one on six seventeen point three, five off percent cod Donna on the weekly. Will it also rejected the lows of the wake lows at ten point two cents higher at twelve point seven and closing at eleven point seventy, five so. It's up a little bit. Wrought now has a little bit late. He's not worth talking about really

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Lebanon to put some Beirut port officials under house arrest

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | Last month

Lebanon to put some Beirut port officials under house arrest

"Lebanon is putting an unspecified number of Beirut port officials under house arrest pending an investigation into how more than 2000 tons of ammonium nitrate was stored at that port for years. More than 100 people were killed in a blast and thousands wounded during a massive explosion in Beirut yesterday, Beirut woke up to a scene of devastation that looks like a war zone. Smoke is rising above the ruins of flattened buildings and residents are sifting through shattered apartments. Miles away. Hospitals are overwhelmed. International aid is already arriving from nearby countries, including Turkey, Cyprus and grease. Robert Burger. CBS NEWS

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Lebanon putting some Beirut port officials on house arrest

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:45 sec | Last month

Lebanon putting some Beirut port officials on house arrest

"People are dead, 4000 wounded after Tuesday's massive explosion in Beirut. CBS's Robert Burger is monitoring the situation from Israel. Beirut woke up to a scene of devastation that looks like a war zone. Smoke is rising above the ruins of flattened buildings and residents are sifting through shattered apartments. Miles away. Hospitals are overwhelmed. International aid is already arriving from nearby countries, including Turkey, Cyprus and grease fire at the city's port ignited 2700 tons of Amman. Liam nitrate stored in a warehouse and now a number of port officials are under house arrest pending an investigation into how it came to be stored there For years. President

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Finding Your Compassionate Heart

Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

04:42 min | 2 months ago

Finding Your Compassionate Heart

"Hello I'm Deepak Chopra and this is now for tomorrow. Collection of actions you can do now during this time of change to make tomorrow better. To name one to to take a moment to nurture your heart. The ideal state of heart, which is your emotional core. Is Loving and compassionate. This isn't just spiritual idea. When you're saying by love and feel compassion for others. You become part of a constant give and take. The physiologists who call a feedback loop? That goes from your heart to every cell in your body. To everyone you in gone to. We've all been taught since childhood. That love is like a gift that someone else bestows. Anew. And only if you find this magical person, you will be happy. But self care has entered our lives in recent years. Ceska gives you the responsibility to create the wellness you want to enjoy for the rest of your life. No one else can do it for you. and. Months you really catch on says is a wonderful discovery. Why Linger in hope that someone else will make you better happier and more fulfilled. Those things come to only when you enter the process of giving and receiving. Then you'll find that people are source love and compassion because you're radiating those qualities. This is a case where suffering in silence doesn't work. nordisk complaining in matters of the heart, the squeaky wheel doesn't get the grease. The key to filling your heart with love and compassion is to make these your personal goals which you will attain on your own non just healing but a sense of personal power will come to you. What you can do today and every day. is to mind yourself that love and compassion are already dead and sparked of your inner life. Once you're done listening, take out a piece of paper. Take a moment to quite time alone and put your attention on your heart. Think of loving image or memory and write down. Continue to meditate on these lobbing images and memories until you're feeling of love really deepens. Don't force things and don't mind if your attention wanders. Just bring it back to the people you love. And they don't have to be real even characters in books and movies generate love. So do beloved pets whose love is often the purest and most innocent anyone experiences. As, you have this experience of love in your heart, give it to yourself. There did expand to fill your body in a flow of lights warm affectionate sensation. You will feel light and luminous everywhere. Because, you're actually experiencing your hearts most natural state. It takes effort and years a bad feeling to harden your heart. The, heart resist this hardening and takes every opportunity. To return to a soft open. Loving. That's why many people including the normally tough-minded. Feel it is safe to grind dark of a movie theater where no one is watching or observing you. The second part of the experience is to find compassion in your heart. which begins with kindness. When you seen the news or in your daily life someone who is suffering. Take a moment and let your heart go out to them. Don't dwell on the sadness and suffering. Instead, see this person with kindness. Let Yourself, understand and empathize. Ask yourself how you can help and be a part of healing the situation either through direct actions in the moment support from a distance through financial support. Or lending your voice to others. If you practice every day at feeling love and compassion in a heart, a change will occur. Instead of experiencing love and compassion privately. which for almost everyone safer than reaching out, you will meet a moment when very naturally, you will say or do something that gives you love and kindness to someone else. That this overflow arrive on its own. Just had the intention. Once you feel safe enough to be a source of loving compassion for others.

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Kanye West Is "So Proud" of Kim Kardashian for "Officially Becoming a Billionaire"

Robert Pratt

00:09 sec | 3 months ago

Kanye West Is "So Proud" of Kim Kardashian for "Officially Becoming a Billionaire"

"Joins the billionaire's club husband, Kanye West took to social media to praise her after she sold her beauty line for $200 million reportedly making her a billionaire. Grease.

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Carl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Carl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98

"Director and actor Carl Reiner has died. He had a long award winning career, earning nine Emmys over seven decades. His assistant said Reiner passed from natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills last night. He played Alan Brady on the Dick Van Dyke Show, which he created you doing here? You want to see ruins? Why don't Yu gotta grease really first my legs, then my hair What? Half my liver. Reiner and Mel Brooks performed on the Tonight Show they won a Grammy for their comedy album. What about What about the proof which comes from the plum? Why do they call it a prune? Prune approved? You'll have to be insane not to go in approved. Why? Because it's not a view it I said. I mean, it's rental. It looks. It looks like his most popular films as a director included, Oh God, starring George Burns, the Jerk with Steve Martin and all of May with Martin and Lily Tomlin in a tweet Today, Martin called Reiner his greatest mentor in movies and life. Governor Cuomo tweeted, he said Reiner Bronx born and bred, made TV comedy that endures to this day He made America laugh a true gift. New York extend our condolences to his family and many friends. Runners famous son, Rob Reiner called his dad. His guiding light. Carl Reiner was 98.

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Atomic Budgeting: Compound Interest

You Need a Budget

05:05 min | 3 months ago

Atomic Budgeting: Compound Interest

"For the next five, this is part one of five where we talk about atomic budgeting. There are five big takeaways of the entire book and let me get you. I've got my notes here because I didn't want to mess this one up obviously and. I should have James on the podcast. He's a busy guy, super successful author. Maybe you should write him or tweet at him and say hey. Jessie from wine wants you on his podcast and I. think that's a good idea. Then you'll kind of grease the skids for me, okay? The five big ideas are habits are the compound interest self-improvement? That's what we'll talk about today. The next one is that it's not about goals. It's about systems I love that idea number three. It's not about achieving. It's about becoming too about your identity. The fourth is the four laws of behavior change will dive into that in a few weeks, and then finally the environment that shapes you, so we'll hit all five but today I wanNA talk about compound interest as it relates to habits, habits are the compound interest of. Any kind of behavior change and it works with your money to now. We're not talking here about seven hundred bucks every single month and then whoa. It's done amazing, right? We're not talking about that. We're talking about the compounding of your budgeting. Habit itself so. With that in mind. You should be this is key. This is a quote from James. You should be far more concerned with your current trajectory than with your current results, so if you're just starting and you have been binge listened to the podcast because we all know that's creepy, but you're just listen to this. When for the first time? Just? Know that where you're pointed. That is far more important than where you are. Don't get hung up on all. My Gosh I can't I mean it's good to know where you're at. Yes. Delay the land, and then point and be done. Don't look back ever. Budgeting is never ever ever ever about looking back. Number two. And this is where the compound starts to come in that. We know that if you get a seven percent return that it'll grow to a million. If you get eight percent return, it'll grow to two million I'm making that up, but the idea of just as small incremental from seven percent to eight percent return on money. That's for retirement that you're building up over time boom. Big Things happen. We know the reverse of that as well where credit card companies charge. Charge very high interest, and it's very hard to claw to that unless you are getting very aggressive with a very good budgeting plan, and all that so that compounding of interest think about that as it relates to your little efforts with budgeting and I have another quote here that I love time magnifies the margin between success and failure. It will multiply whatever you feed it. So what budgeting habits are you feeding your success? What bad habits are you feeding it? Are you doing something daily? Are you trying to do this weird like monthly massive effort to get everything balanced and cleaned up and all pouring through all your data, or are you just keep it really small and just feeding at these small little successful habits. Have you changed a few of your routines and not just be feeding these bad habits and starting to kind of promote the good that time magnifies it. It so when you first start, you're just doing what feels like this tiny little thing like hey, how much money do you have in your checking account? Well, what should that money before you're paid again? Well, you're done and you're like. No, no, no. I wanted a Bagel big Ole effort. This is a Saturday. It's the I've got five hours here carved out, and I want to budget for five hours. No. No. We want you to budget for like eight minutes, and then you're done, and then when your next paycheck comes to budget for twelve. And then when the next paycheck comes to Friday's let it. We want you to budget for seven minutes. That kind of thing we want you to budget frequently. We'll get into more of that later in another part but. It's those little efforts, and then you let time magnify the success or that margin that says that margin between success and failure time magnifies it. You look at somebody in the gym that squatting five hundred pounds. That's awesome, but they didn't do that because they tried really hard for three months. They've been slowly adding weight to the bar for. Eight Years Okay Here's another quote my last one for the day if you want to predict where you'll end up in life. All you have to do is follow the curve of the tiny gains, tiny losses and see how your daily choices will compound ten or twenty years down the line that goes back to my five hundred pounds squatter. And it definitely applies to your budgeting, so think small. Think tiny, that's James gets the idea of atomic, the smallest of behaviors to start to just compound those tiny wins. What are they in your budgeting paradigm in in this this new world that you're talking about? Or maybe it's old that you want to kind of make it a little easier. Make it a little more attractive. Make it a little more streamlined. What is it about your budgeting world that you could say Oh, I just these are the tiny little things that'll add up over time, and once you're doing those things you can just relax and let time beyond your side.

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A Not So Happy Ending

Therapy for Black Girls

05:05 min | 3 months ago

A Not So Happy Ending

"Joining me for another week. Debriefing is my friend and colleague Dr Donna Oreo. Will who is an author in? Speaker and certified sex and relationship therapist in the Washington DC metro area. She's the owner of a nod. Right especially is in working with black women on issues related to color ISM in texture ISM ended impact on mental and sexual health. She's also the author of cocoa butter in hair, grease, a self love journey through hair and skin. This week. She and I chatted about what happened between Molly and Andrew. Tiffany struggles with postpartum depression, and how we might support friends who are struggling. The giant reveal from canola. WHAT'S NEXT FOR EASTBOUND LAWRENCE? And what? We might expect from season five. This episode does include spoilers. Here's our conversation. So we are back. So we've come so far down this road. Do this. We. If you like it took a long time here and also was way too quick. Absolutely you know I mean I. think that we should give another petition going. Maybe we can a forty minute episode I'm just saying okay. With unconventional does a half hour I mean we just just has to be hopeful that we can get an season within the knicks, so so gets cold the Akron and They just don't have to act via zoom. We get all a whole. Noon version of insecurity. So, the title of this week's episode is low key laws, and I feel like that is a great description of how they knew we would all be feeling at the end of this episode. I was just like man lost in two senses. We need all out here, just law. Is. Over the place, so we see it opens up this. This episode opens up with Molly and Andrew. He added a work ethic. Right they a work events. Molly's work event and he has tagged along, and so having conversations, and somebody approaches them about like an after hours spot right, and so it's clear that Andrew is now really interested in going, but Mollie convinced him like okay I'll make it a work thing for you to have them play some of your artist or something like that right so I feel like this was a continuation of what we saw last week. Right like some cracks. In the foundation of the relationship. I'm just saying that predictions made then they happened Okay? Tell me how you fail. But it also seems like he just went along with it right like He. You know he didn't really want to go, but then she kinda convinced him, and then he went along with it. Yeah Yeah. I felt like he was a little bit more resistant to it this time around he was just like. You could tell that he was just is sort of deflated him a little bit He's making that. Sound like all right. I'm Gonna I'm giving you this thing, but I feel it. I feel that I'm giving you this thing and. It was not as obvious exactly. He made it very obvious that he was not happy about making this concession this time and Yeah. Yeah, well, we see very shortly after right that there is a continuation, so they've gone to this after work. Thing I, mean now they give back to the apartment and they want to watch the Pinelli of looking for little you is. We have avoided all those boilers and he's like okay. We finally home. We can watch this because now. We're not on your time. We can do it now and she doesn't want to watch it because she's so tired I feel like this was clearly like the last Straw. You know like there was no more straws to be given that day at all and I. It's funny to me because they got going back to the previous episode with the Block Party and just how it's. Just that that's base of like, are you? Are you here? Are you paying attention to what's going on like? Are you here with me in this moment? Because it doesn't feel like you're here like you're seeing like you're able to take in what is right here right now. She wasn't taking in that he was not like. He's like home on like even like before the block party when she was telling Isa I'm not I'm not asking him to do nothing because I was like all right look, you know she on some shaky grounds. You gotta put in deposits before you can make withdrawal and she didn't recognize that she had no withdrawal power in that moment.

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Adding Style or Updating with Temporary Wallpaper

Home Space and Reason

06:53 min | 3 months ago

Adding Style or Updating with Temporary Wallpaper

"Discuss home aesthetics, specifically, adding character or updating things like kitchen, cabinets and bookshelves using temporary wallpaper. Note that this is also a renter friendly suggestion in the event that you don't own your own home yet. Also this is a concept to chew on for updating a space without completely overhauling it. When we built our home I, really wanted a different color island than our main bank of Cabinets. But Alas are upgrades were already fast, approaching thirty thousand dollars and I decided that it wasn't something I had to have at least right now. Fast forward five years, and I was still toying with the idea of painting the back side of the island. That faces are living space. But man painting is so permanent. I mean I know you can undo it, but it's difficult to undo if we wanted to return to stain cabinets at some point. So I kept stalling. Thinking on it rolling it over and over in my mind. then. I was paging through instagram recently, and I saw post by chasing paper and had an epiphany. Why couldn't I simply use temporary wallpaper on the one side imitating tile, which would add both color that I desired and a pattern to for just one hundred and seventy five dollars and four hours of our own labor. We have a refreshed kitchen that I am loving so very much. Remember there's no such thing as perfect even with custom built cabinetry, so our biggest lesson was that when we measured are island from countertop to the baseboard top. There was a variance of of an inch from the left side to the far right side, so we had to cut the larger size and then trim it after hanging it to accommodate the imperfection. The chasing paper product is basically like a giant sticker. We peel off the backing starting at the top and gradually pull it down from behind as we work our way out pushing the air bubbles out and smoothing it from the center to the edges. We were challenged as we got to the left and the far right side, because we couldn't use a razor blade to cut vertically on the edge of the island without scraping the would. We opted to tape it up with masking tape, so we kind of did it like a mock hang while the backing was still on it, so we can draw a vertical cutline and cut it before peeling the backing off one person held up a large cutting matt against the wallpaper to hold it in place, while the other person drew a cutline on the edge of the backside. Sure enough once we pulled it away, the top and bottom were not a perfectly straight line, so if we had simply measured it and cut it. It would not have been as precise. We have custom cabinets, and they look perfect, but they are not actually because there's no such thing as perfect and sometimes things are off here and there a sixteenth of an inch. We also put temporary wallpaper in the back of our Bilton bookshelves, many years back to add depth and interest. We love it, and now that five years has passed. I'm thrilled. I could change it out easily and put up something different in their without repainting. Temporary wallpaper rocks my friends. It's worth noting though that it does best on smooth surfaces, which means walls that have texture are going to be less wallpaper friendly, and you'll likely see the texture visible through the wallpaper. Since we did the back of our Bilton bookshelves and the back of our island, neither were walls, so we didn't have to worry about the wall texture. There's no glues or mess necessary. There are several companies out there offering wonderful modern patterns and designs. Here are a few that sell it although I'm sure there are more. Chasing paper is who I bought from WHO got and West. Walls need. Love Spoon, Flower Wall, candy it's West Elm. Temp Paper Blick Walter `natives, new paper by wall POPs Carter in Maine and Kate Zaremba. Company of course I will put a list on the facebook group page. If you're not yet a member, look up, home, space and reason. We have a few extra bits leftover from our main project and are thinking of lining the inside of a couple. Small nightstand drawers it upstairs. For a lovely little surprise inside when you open it up I've also seen people. Put this in the back of cupboards that have glass on the fronts, so the POPs of color offset the dishes and adds color to the kitchen. Now. Let's talk about what you'll need. You'll need to start with some simple green cleaner to wipe down the surface a few hours before to make sure it's dust, free and goop free, sticky, free grease free all the stuff. It needs to dry, complete Li like for reals. Maybe even do this a day before if you have the patience to wait. You'll need a long metal straight edge for cutting an EXACTO BLADE, sharp and new and a large self-healing cut. Matt often found in fabric stores. I use mine all the time. We also ended up using masking tape for making sure. Our measurements were right before committing to taking off the backing. And we also used a thin sharpy to make that line. We used a credit card a few times for pushing tiny edges up into the corners where fingers wouldn't fit. We also used a work light from the garage for shining directly directly at prospect since there was some shadowing from the countertop overhang.

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Houston-based drive-in movie theaters see an increase in business due to COVID-19

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Houston-based drive-in movie theaters see an increase in business due to COVID-19

"Well for the first time in quite a few months you can catch dinner and a movie at the same place two of Houston's dine in movie theaters are now re opened with new precautions due to covert nineteen I pick theaters is open Thursday through Sunday in showing classic films like grease in the wizard of oz for now star cinema has opened its Baybrook mall and Cyprus locations at reduced capacity with its other location set to open over the next few weeks both theaters are doing enhanced cleaning and screening of employees along with contactless payment in digital ticketing

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What's Next For Issa & Lawrence?

Therapy for Black Girls

06:50 min | 3 months ago

What's Next For Issa & Lawrence?

"Thanks so much for joining me for session. One Fifty, eight of the therapy for black girls podcast. Sincerely hope that you're doing your very best to take really good care of yourself right now in finding even very small ways to tap into your resilience. This past week has definitely been a rough one. And while I consider sharing another episode about racism. The truth is that I'm feeling pretty exhausted. By the continuing brutality, we face, and felt like I needed a little levity this week. Maybe you do to. Dr Donna Oriole will is back with us to debrief on this week's episode of insecure. If you're not familiar. Dr Oreo is an author International Speaker and certified sex and relationship therapist in the Washington. DC Metro area. The owner of a nod right Dr Donna specializes in working with black women on issues related to color in texture, ISM and its impact on mental health. Sexual Health. She's the author of cocoa butter in hair, grease, a self love journey through hair and skin. She and I chatted about the conditions that has exist for ESPN. Lawrence to be able to have that conversation. How you may know if you need to are ready for a conversation like that with someone from your past. Thoughts on whether this was a closure conversation or brand new start. And our predictions for the rest of the season. Here's our conversation. I am thankful for you joining me again. I, am always. Excited to be invited that. Doing. Yes I, mean, and I know we had a conversation even before we started recording this about how we are feeling in the world. Yeah, it's just it's tough. It's you know there's so many feelings, and funnily enough and I feel like this thing you get when you have wonderful clients I do. They have been asking me back, so we start off every session with feelings. Check in using the feelings chart. And just been like. Give them all to me, and then let's break it down. Let's talk about where it is in the body, but they're just like, but you have to hold on my stuff. And I know I'm not the only person you see the are you don't genuine questions. Being asked in I will not dishonor up and giving them an answer. And, other some people say that it's inappropriate and all that Miranda. Clients, ask I know it's because they actually want to know. sort of rotary questioned that you know like back in the day when we used to get on elevators with people you gotta be. Exactly, for small time, and that's something that I try to remove from clients on day one. So when I ask you how you doing. Tell me fine you to ask me. How do on the like now I? Actually care about what you're. Right so I want the fullness up them on the the rawness its beautiful I want to share that with you. It's ugly I. WanNa. Hold that with you. Whatever it is I want to be there with you in this space. Now I know that they're asking me legit question, so I don us now. Bilas turn like yes. He'll some type of way I kinda? Wish a bitch would. Then in this space. But I'm also grateful that I get the be there with my clients as we move through this together. Yeah, you know I think there is something really powerful about that right because you know of course in our training. Don't make the therapy about you that kind of thing, but that's not what this is right. This is a shared space of humanity, especially given everything happening in the world right now you know so I think it is important that win clients. Ask You our you doing that. It's okay to share. Human's a human without it becoming about you. Exactly. Yeah, it's like hey, all this I. Appreciate Your asking me and checking in, but let's look like. Let's get back to you. Always rerouted right. You've definitely not about me, but they're just certain candidates that I've been examining myself throughout. The ethics of our practices in Raleigh right and in my quest to continue to divest from white supremacy whiteness. Myself and the therapist hired. This is part of the work that we are doing that. I'm just like no. We have to examine the ethics in all none that came my way. Does it actually make sense for the people we serve become songwriting know that mental help industry has historically been white male folk it's. That has been the case then. Chances are the ethics that they let us have. Our white male focused. Driven and driven by capitalism white supremacy. Additional work. Come on with this open in prayer. Come on come on. Yeah absolutely I mean, and I don't think it's any like accident. Right that in our facebook groups right in the black facebook groups with their busy that we will often talk about how our practice looks very different. You know like there are lots of things that we have been taught that we figured out. Don't work for US and don't work for the clients that we serve exactly yeah. Absolutely absolutely so I am thankful for you joining us, you know I know. We had a little bit of a back and forth like. Does it feel okay to do this? Does it feel you know wrong? So like do an insecure recap, but also decided that that happiness, and and you know the the warm hug is how I describe. It felt like we got on Sunday night. was something also be celebrated into? Give people a little bit of a reprieve right that we can continue to focus on the fight, but also have moments where we are being restored and celebrating joy and. And for Black People George seeking joy seeking pleasure seeking peace, all of these things are revolutionary as well. These are not things that have been afforded to black beat, so we do deserve moments where we get to re engage with things that help us to feel good that make us laugh that make us engage in a different way. We can still fight this fight, and we are so fighting this fight, even in the midst of rest, even in the midst of seeking pleasure.

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ON HIS WAY, AN ALCOHOLICS WIFE, & AN ARTISTS CONCEPT

Big Book Podcast

06:01 min | 4 months ago

ON HIS WAY, AN ALCOHOLICS WIFE, & AN ARTISTS CONCEPT

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since January. Nineteen Eighty eight one day at a time in this episode the twenty-fifth Twenty Six and twenty seventh stories from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. These stories were printed only in the first edition of the Big Book and are entitled on His way an Alcoholic wife and an artist's concept of particular note and alcoholics wipe is the only story in the first edition written by the Non Alcoholic spouse of a man who got sober through the help of a and along with chapter eight two wives and chapter nine the family afterward may have helped cultivate the later establishment of Alanon also. The author of the chapter and artists concept prefaced his story with a quote attributed to the nineteenth century British philosopher. Herbert Spencer about contempt prior to investigation. It's interesting that although the story never made it past the first edition of the big book the Spencer quote became a permanent part of the second appendix entitled Spiritual Experience That appears in the second third and fourth editions of alcoholics anonymous and now the original stories on his way an alcoholic wife and an artist concept on his way in early youth. I believe I had some of the tendencies which lead to alcoholism. I refer to attempted escape from reality at fifteen and sixteen. Although free at home to drink small amounts of beer and wine I drank considerable quantities of stronger liquors at school and other places. Not Enough to cause serious worry but enough apparently to give me occasionally what I thought. I wanted escape a feeling of superiority. I don't know I then decided that I'd had enough of school. Which decision was probably shared by the schools? The next few years were spent in civil engineering work travel sports and a little idleness and I seem to have avoided alcoholic difficulties of the more pronounced kind immediately before marriage and in the short time before sailing for France alcohol began to take a real part in my life a year and a half in wartime France postponed the inevitable and the postwar period of hopes and plans brought me nearer and nearer to the point where eventually found myself to be an alcoholic. Not that I would have admitted it then. Having the Alcoholics Usual Facility for deception both to self and others divorced sometime suspecting that drinking was the basis for most of my troubles but never admitting it I had enough left in health interests of various kinds and luck to carry on with considerable success. About this time I stopped all social drinking. I became a periodical drunkard the sprees lasting from three days to three weeks and the dry intervals lasting from three weeks to four months during the best years. I made a happy marriage and the age of thirty five found me with the following. A beautiful little home presided over by kind understanding and lovely wife a partnership in a firm. I had helped to found years before more than a comfortable income many luxuries and many friends opportunity to follow my interests and hobbies. A love of my work pride in my success. Great Health Optimism and hope on the credit side. On the other hand I had a growing GNAWING fear of my recurring trouble. I slipped by far too easy stages to the bottom in less than eight years. Not a pleasant place the bottom sometimes. I slept in a cheap hotel or rooming house. Sometimes a flop house sometimes the back room of a police station and once in a doorway many times in the alcoholic ward at a hospital and once in a subway toilet sometimes decently fed clothed and housed. I worked at my business on commission with a large firm. Sometimes I dared not appear. There are cold hungry with torn clothes. Shaking Body and muddled brain had become helpless hopeless bitter. Sometimes I was apparently on the way back and sometimes riding in bed for days at a time terrorized by the fear of insanity and by the spectres of people without faces people with horrible faces people grimacing and laughing at me and my misery tortured by dreams from which I would awake with a scream of agony and bathed in cold sweat tortured by daydreams of what might have been dreams of kindness faith and love that had been heaped upon me due to this last however and to what little remained of my former self and perhaps to some lingering power of spiritual faith. I became somewhat better. Not Well but better. This helped me to take stock and to try and do some clear thinking I found my inventory somewhat mixed but as my thoughts became clearer. I grew much better and at last arrived at the point. Where for the first time in several years I could see some light and hope ahead of me. Through a haze of doubt and skepticism. I began to realize partly at least many things in myself which had grease the path I had pursued and some vague thoughts and ideas came to me that are now crystallizing with the help of the man. I have been happy to join.

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Photographing the Music Industry

This Week in Photo

04:51 min | 4 months ago

Photographing the Music Industry

"April. Welcome to another episode of this week in photo. I'm your host Frederik van Johnson. Today I have the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Jay Blake's burn. He is a hesitate to use the word veteran photographer when I talked to many photographers but Jay is a veteran photographer. He knows his way around camera knows way around white. He probably has forgotten more about photography and getting the image than many of us know today and because of him being locked down I got him on the show and I get to pick his brain on how how he's built up such story career shooting music musicians in that kind of thing so jay. Welcome to the show man. It's good to have you a veteran photographer in only seventeen years old. I might have veteran already. Well you need to stop doing what you're doing because you're seven. You're trouble my white beard. So you're you're in San Francisco. You're a San Francisco based photographer and You know for the people that are watching this and that we'll look at the blog post. They'll see some of your images and I encouraged over to your website which will link to from the blog. Post end the description in the youtube video. But let's just start from beginning man you you not the beginning beginning but just give it set the stage for us you know so to speak on the how you got into this type of photography music shooting musicians in celebrities and that kind of thing so. I grew up in suburban New Jersey in the nineteen seventies highschool from nineteen seventy five to nineteen seventy nine and back. Then we have the Internet to tell us how to act or how to live over what to do not we were on our own and you know we pretty much live for sex drugs and rock and roll and the drugs were easy to get and ingest. The Rock and roll is everywhere the sex. We were just praying that we could get some harder to come. Come come a come up with the first two to play. That's why everybody says they become a musician for the girls right and and so you know trying to find and figure out my identity of who I was. I loved having a camera. I love taking pictures of my friends. My friends it was it was the early days of social media. You know take some photos development in the dark room and and give to your friends to hang on their bedroom walls or just to have and you know early early forms of sharing content and I built a darkroom and my mother's basement where I lived in high school And my senior year of High School. They built a dark room in my high school. Seventy nine the teacher for the photography class was the autoshop teacher. He's the guy teaching how to change your oil and fix up. You know change a carburetor or change your spark plugs or whatever it is they were doing in we call those people the grease monkeys whatever they were doing over there but he knew how to develop film so he'd be by default became the photography teacher and I was the very very first student to make a print in that darker. Nine hundred seventy nine and here. I am fifty years later. Forty years forty years later and still still doing it not not sniffing fixture in a darker but Still working as a professional photographer. So that's kind of you know. That was kind of the beginning at first borrowing my my dad's camera barring my stepbrother's camera Barred my dad's camera took it to grateful dead concert in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. I Don photograph the grateful dead and then just you know just taking pictures and I think I was for my seventeenth birthday. My Dad bought me a you Sheikha. I think it was an f. x one think is what it was now up one. Maybe one or the other can't remember if you go back and look and and started taking pictures of my friends and and bring it to concerts and shooting music So that I could go take that film and and development in the basement and makes some eight by ten prints and hang them on my wall in my bedroom run create my own concert memorabilia and some of those photographs now forty years later are actually valuable and and have shown up in CD packages and box sets and and magazines pictures. That I took one is seventeen and eighteen years. Old

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Red Lake Nation election includes measure on marijuana

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 4 months ago

Red Lake Nation election includes measure on marijuana

"The National Native News. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. The Red Lake Nation in Minnesota is holding an election. Wednesday citizens are being asked whether or not the tribal council should legalize the production regulation and distribution a medical marijuana. Voters will also pick four tribal council representatives. Absentee ballots are available in a video message. Monday chairman Darrell. Zeki informed the community in person voting will be held as the tribe is under covert nineteen emergency orders as a Monday. There were no positive cases of Cova. Nineteen on the reservation. The North Dakota Department of Transportation will be at five reservations this week to provide photo identification cards. Which can be used for voting the? Id's will be issued to North Dakota residents who do not have a driver's license or ID the non driver ID card is free to people. Eighteen and older and will be mailed to residents within five days. The first event is Tuesday on the Turtle Mountain reservation. The Transportation Department is asking people to take Cova nineteen precautions including wearing a mask. The events are being held as the states. At June primary nears the business arm of the Cherokee Nation announced plans Monday to address safety measures to Reopen Casinos. The plan includes enhanced cleaning temperature checks for employees and guests and the suspension of buffets and banquets the tribe operates ten entertainment destinations in Oklahoma. A date for reopening casinos was not announced but the tribal government has started a semi opening with more phases to reopen throughout the summer. Meanwhile a number of other tribes in Oklahoma have already opened their casinos with Cova nineteen safety precautions in Juneau Alaska. A weaver has created a piece of art to reflect Cova Nineteen. The cat weaving documents history and stories as owes Elizabeth Jenkins reports lily. Hope is a weaver. And she's been busy creating a commission. Chilcott blanket a process which can take upwards of two years but recently she made something else on a much tighter deadline at home after she learned about an opportunity to create art about. What's going on right now. In early April First American art magazine sent a call out for indigenous artists to create masks similar to the ones worn prevent the spread of Cova Nineteen. It was so intense to weave it on my floor with my children around me. Her piece is called. Chill cat protector. It's made from Merino Wool. And Cedar Bark Warp. To ermine tails grease the cheeks. The mask covers the nose and the mouth in their place are the distinct ovoid shapes of the chill cat face an expression. That's confident and reassuring. The Mask isn't something to be worn in the grocery store. It's a work of art. Reflective of survival hope says it also represents foundational thinking to clink it Haida and Simpson people and really like my aunt set at the best that the musk's serves to record that we took care of each other during this time. The pieces received an enthusiastic response online and hope proceed. Judge's Choice Award from first American art magazine and while she was happy her mask was recognized in the exhibition. She thinks the art world still has a ways to go until fully accepts. Chilcott weaving into the fold. A carved mask wins over the beadwork over the quilt work over the weaving. And I I love I American art for putting it into the world but I'm like that is the constant conversation. Men's work is fine art and recognized as best of show and women's work is still hustling to catch up. But she'll CAPRA. Tekere seems to be changing that. The Burke Museum in Seattle recently acquired it and hope says for the first time in her career. She's created a commission calendar for other museums. Which have shown interest in her weaving another Cova? Nineteen inspired mask. I'm Elizabeth Jenkins and demand. Tony Elkins all

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Can Issa & Molly Recover?

Therapy for Black Girls

07:35 min | 4 months ago

Can Issa & Molly Recover?

"And for those of you who haven't been introduced a doctor. Oreo will let me tell you a little bit about here. Dr Oreo is an author. International Speaker and certified sex and relationship therapist in the Washington. Dc Metro area. She's the owner of a nod right and specializes in working with black women on issues related to color ISM and texture ISM and its impact on mental and Sexual Hill. She's the author of cocoa butter and hair grease a self love journey through hair and skin. She and I chatted about the continuing tension. In Malia Niece's relationship steps you can try to be less defensive when someone calls you out are in questions to ask yourself about the health of your friendships and our thoughts about where Molly Isa go from this point on. We definitely want you to weigh in with your thoughts as well so be sure to share them with us on social media using the Hashtag T. BG in session. Here's our conversation so they definitely gave us a lot who it was a lot this week. Oh Yeah I was like Whoa. Whoa WHOA WHOA. What will be Matha Prasad? I won't so I definitely was taken by surprise also so I think what happened is well first of all like very early in the episode. We realized that the conversation that we saw in the beginning of the season happened even before the blew up. Yes I'll be honest. I was actually relieved because I was like okay. This confident of the season. So that's what you yes yes right. Maybe hoping that would have been a horrible season day. Molly no more like what is. You're not coming back next. Season was right. So we see that she's having this conversation with Nathan Presumably you know after a was there molly. Has You know said. She's not going to help her. Try to find a new headliner for the block party. So we don't know necessarily how she and Nathan started talking again although we did see last episode that he called and said. Hey I heard is coming along. Congratulations and yeah. So we knew he was. Kinda eeking back into the picture but didn't necessarily know that he was gonNA show up again in such a central figure APP. It was like the original ghost shows that after the other chick go sit by condone and this guy in the same day yes so now that you have broken dollah into the conversation. What do we think about it? Honestly what was the purpose of common? Come into the block party. Yeah okay. So she's here but she Watch her do anything. It's not that she needs to have like some real conversation. As a matter of fact I'm just like okay. So did you really just come here? It'd be like yeah me and Lawrence broke up. Well I feel like a part of her coming was to try to make sure that she was salvaging. Her professional relationships right so it sounds like she was the one who brought spotify onboard. And maybe some other people and so it feels like maybe she was doing some damage control. Make sure you know like hey I was the one who signed you up for this and give me show my face right and given that she doesn't know how e- so you know fared after she dropped her she probably was coming to see like okay. Is Everything going to be good so that I can maintain these professional relationships shrew true? I mean it was. It happened so fast I was like you know what almost the yeah. Yeah so she just POPs back up after ghosting Easter. Yes like you said. He kind of a continuation of the goes man. This kind of goes back to our previous conversation from a few episodes ago just about the importance of having difficult conversations. Even if you don't WanNa have them so yes so now. We've seen that ISA has had to try to manage in scramble to replace her head liner into Kinda. Get all of this stuff. Taken care of after condolences drops out on her and boy. What a scrabble it was. Just I like the whole thing. I mean it really. Does this whole season for me. You know communication but my partner jazz just looking at some of those season. One season two seasons three cats. 'cause the let me refresh some things. Coletta thing for Congress on the Internet but I simply do not agree with I was just like Oh my goodness like season one. Isa Confronted Molly about some foolishness. What does she confront her? He should've watched the recap confront her. Because I definitely have been seeing conversations around like well hasn't been that great of a friend either and so I've been trying to remember like what would has done. That has kind of painted her as not a great France. Oh did you see some of that in the recaps? Not Okay actually. Not What I saw. And you know the memories that sparked fires but I watched for the other. Three seasons was mostly that both of them have foolishness with one another. Both of them had expectations. That were unstated for one. Another and that at times that ended up getting in the way of how they wanted to do their friendship at the end of season. I can't even last. It was at the end but in season I think it was one or two ballots. Went with when Easter was still at. We got y'all She confronted Molly. Like what's up with you you you talking a while. Two people I work with. I mean you trip. Was She act? Sir? I'm not avoiding actually wanting to have a conversation and then just how that whole conversation was so left because molly was hurt that he said maybe you could benefit from therapy. That's when we saw that conversation You know and it's reminded reminder like you know you. The common denominator inaugural messed up relationships as you this one. Is this too thirsty to one? After this will not educated the way you need him to be educated like the common denominator is useless. What are you GONNA do about? Even then that conversation really only came up. Because Molly was you know deflecting Become fronted on her poor behavior by ESA and instead took it as an opportunity of well. What about what you do? I'm just that type of stuff that we do. We do that very often when we are not ready to be confronted we WANNA throw it back to something else. That happened and I was just like well. All of these things. They call less like looking back from season one. It makes sense exactly why they're here where they are in season four.

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Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

"The the plexiglass White recruiter House virus itself barrier pandemic has become has been a the microcosm installed scuttled around the of the solstice speaker's the challenges podium celebrations Americans in grease face at Stonehenge off in trying to each to avoid speaker the highlight a further a worker of the corona year usually for virus thousands in spread a mosque of British and pagans gloves wipes druids despite down and the plexiglass the assorted massive security revelers and microphones access who with gather disinfectant to rapid to watch the testing sun Britain's rise temperature house of Commons checks behind and now the features neolithic the like has the monument a virus tape has in and still southwest read made news it England into sitting the White signs on House the northern which hemisphere's the new president normal longest trump is rigorous is shrugging day of the year off Italy's we have but prime a the lot good minister of people news in is was the White heckled House English and proving we heritage had one says his basically mosque it we to will had speak stream one person the while sunrise actually in Lebanon event to officials online of mood anybody on and this complimentary entering office the west June wing session twenty is only first into now a cavernous being Stonehenge theater required and to wear world in Spain masks heritage the or cleanup face site disinfecting coverings is known the speakers the for president its microphone alignment said for has weeks with gained the movements he sudden won't online of wear the one song celebrity I'm very status far Charles away from the everyone last I'm month Charles and London is again the last touting month America's testing capability we have met the moment and we have prevailed first insisting all Americans can get a test standard than amending it if people want to get tested they get tested but for the most part they should want to get tested though there are still not enough capacity for that to actually happen for average Americans going back to work Sager mag Ghani Washington

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Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Ancient ceremony in Britain gets digital time

"The the plexiglass White recruiter House virus itself barrier pandemic has become has been a the microcosm installed scuttled around the of the solstice speaker's the challenges podium celebrations Americans in grease face at Stonehenge off in trying to each to avoid speaker the highlight a further a worker of the corona year usually for virus thousands in spread a mosque of British and pagans gloves wipes druids despite down and the plexiglass the assorted massive security revelers and microphones access who with gather disinfectant to rapid to watch the testing sun Britain's rise temperature house of Commons checks behind and now the features neolithic the like has the monument a virus tape has in and still southwest read made news it England into sitting the White signs on House the northern which hemisphere's the new president normal longest trump is rigorous is shrugging day of the year off Italy's we have but prime a the lot good minister of people news in is was the White heckled House English and proving we heritage had one says his basically mosque it we to will had speak stream one person the while sunrise actually in Lebanon event to officials online of mood anybody on and this complimentary entering office the west June wing session twenty is only first into now a cavernous being Stonehenge theater required and to wear world in Spain masks heritage the or cleanup face site disinfecting coverings is known the speakers the for president its microphone alignment said for has weeks with gained the movements he sudden won't online of wear the one song celebrity I'm very status far Charles away from the everyone last I'm month Charles and London is again the last touting month America's testing capability we have met the moment and we have prevailed first insisting all Americans can get a test standard than amending it if people want to get tested they get tested but for the most part they should want to get tested though there are still not enough capacity for that to actually happen for average Americans going back to work Sager mag Ghani Washington

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Plexiglass houses: Parliaments adapt to the coronavirus age

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Plexiglass houses: Parliaments adapt to the coronavirus age

"The the plexiglass White House itself barrier has become has been a microcosm installed around of the speaker's the challenges podium Americans in grease face off in trying to each to avoid speaker a further a worker corona usually virus in spread a mosque and gloves wipes despite down the plexiglass the massive security and microphones access with disinfectant to rapid testing Britain's temperature house of Commons checks and now features the like has the a virus tape has and still read made news it into sitting the White signs House which the new president normal trump is rigorous is shrugging off Italy's we have prime a lot minister of people in was the White heckled House and proving we had one his basically mosque we to had speak one person while actually in Lebanon to officials of mood anybody and complimentary entering the west wing session is only into now a cavernous being theater required and to wear in Spain masks the or cleanup face disinfecting coverings the speakers the president microphone said for has weeks gained he sudden won't online wear one celebrity I'm very status far away from everyone I'm Charles and is again the last touting month America's testing capability we have met the moment and we have prevailed first insisting all Americans can get a test standard than amending it if people want to get tested they get tested but for the most part they should want to get tested though there are still not enough capacity for that to actually happen for average Americans going back to work Sager mag Ghani Washington

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"grease" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

07:00 min | 8 months ago

"grease" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Packaging Return anything cover versions Alana cover versions on here and yeah I mean. I don't know you'll linked to you. Read more about it here. What about you know for you about clancy Brown Downgrade Act or one of the great actors ablaze Alana Nine good guys even though he seems like a good guy He's been in movie Let's season in the highlander. Shawshank carneval Using the most recent dorm you movie earth to He's been on every almost everything. Er are the rich is the deep end leverage dukes answered the flash daredevil does a ton of voiceover holy cow in marvel and DC some bucko bonsai. I let's see what else is in here. Blue Steel starship Wow let's see what else we got here. Cowboys and aliens What else we hail Caesar Caesar and then television? He's been on. TV since Nineteen Eighty Torri. I'm pretty sure wasn't lost yet. Two thousand six US like a glassy character actor briefly on lost her. Remember them talking about it on the lost podcasts. 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"grease" Discussed on Misfit Stars

Misfit Stars

28:48 min | 1 year ago

"grease" Discussed on Misfit Stars

"Sixteen fifteen buttons on this little noisemaker you're going to hear them all my God what's shocking to me is how long the sound effects oil really long ten seconds yeah questions are always the best that's that's a metaphor for life after the break we have a listener topic speaking of listener topics had to you would have had to write that song I would have had to produce it in our little home break that we had between legs of because what we used to do is do the sort of northwest loop and then you know it's a detail that doesn't matter anyway but the point is that that we we we we wrote a song for Arianna Rodas you're and this year the new president of met up Susan asked us if we would come and do a live performance of it for the Diet and so that's why we flew taken by metastatic breast cancer I say people because it is it's an a disease that affects both men and women breast cancer tends to be seen as a win sees after which I then performed the song live and and for the people who were there they remained lying down in protest during the summer makers for more research funding metastatic breast cancer super powerful superpowers that's why we went to DC to sing one song in solidarity with our Metzer there's a month where you buy pink stuff I use that when I was touring with a very macho artist back in two thousand nine to load our tour bus up with pink versions of everything every single thing you'd have on a tour bus you can get pink in October and that's like that's kind of all I knew about it it's like you you do pink Pincus for awareness and and we're raising a lot of money and we're walking for you get the idea that when you buy the pink stuff that Lake that helps contribute money to breast cancer that's right funding for some re- let's get your idea yeah every the idea I had in my mind was that every company does pink versions of their stuff and when you buy they give all the money the good cancer which is a stupid thing to say but you know what I mean like I had the mistaken impression that Oh you know this is just something that you know women get and they they may go through some pretty awful treatment for you know several months but after that it they're fine it's all good it's GonNa be alright and also like the idea of breast cancer I think part of what contributed to that idea that I had about it was that that so much of the messaging around breast cancer seems to be really trivialized with the by things that are pink with pink feather boas in the camp hanes is exactly like it's sort of sexualizing and trivialized same ticket cute cute thing you know and now that I understand that breast cancer is a killer still in a very profound way in our country in the world there's acute about it like the idea that it'd be cute defied or sexualize D- or trivialized is wild to me because it implies that it's not even the human being uh-huh is carrying the ties that we're trying to save it's literally just their breasts you're focusing just on a woman's breasts let's save those right what the and the idea so so so for those of you who have an understanding of cancer you for the next minute but metastatic breast cancer is also referred to a stage four breast cancer met the word metastatic means that the even though the the cancer originated in the breast it has metastasized meaning of this spread elsewhere other organs in the body and for each patient and reach kind of cancer that spread it can be different it can spread to the bones it can spread to the lymph nodes it can spread to the brain it can spread to the liver you know and also the first time you get a key cancer diagnosis it may already have metastasized that's called Dino Vo diagnosis and like that's what from Beth had like the first time that anyone told her so you've got breast cancer she also had her hip and her and her liver I think it'd moved already all over the place right so she wasn't even diagnosed with it before it had metastasized yeah so so metastatic breast cancer there's nothing cute about and it's not about saving breasts right like because once it spread other organs the body that's when it becomes fatal like it it becomes you know when you've got cancer in your brain that eventually is is GonNa at this point in time because there is not treatment to to prolong your life. It's going to take your life so there's nothing cute about it there's nothing sexualize about it there's it is a killer thirty thousand people a year in the USA alone that breaks down to one hundred sixteen people per day it's forty thousand something you know if you divide them out that math doesn't there's one hundred sixteen people per day die in the United States of America from metastatic breast cancer and that works out to about four people in our so just time we been talking to people have died of this right yeah and by the time we're done this podcast to more people will die of this right in our country this is not the feel good this is not the field good pink awareness stuff that were made to believe about it it it's very real the median survival the diagnosis when you went from the time you were diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer the median survival time period is two three years and you know saying survival time it makes it sound positive another way to say this is that you're going to be dead in two to three years the median survival time is thirty three months meaning that on average well on medium which is different from an average but point being people you know all things being we're GONNA die in about thirty three months of diagnosis so also metastatic breast cancer has been the rise for women under forty for the last thirty years and then survival time has changed in twenty years either by the way right right that's right so like even though supposed to have been researched been done on all this time that median survival rate hasn't changed in two decades which is wild and I said this is this is a disease it's on the rise for women under forty this is not an older woman's disease it is it is a young woman's disease the disease if not I should say I'm so sorry sorry backtrack women's disease it's a it's a young persons disease mostly a women's disease as mostly diagnoses but reiner in there too and we do not want to resign from this I'm really sorry for it's okay not catching my words by we're doing the best we can see this is a young person this is a disease affecting people who have young kids this is a disease kids in elementary school two of them right so you know and that's been the case for the last thirty years that it's been on the rise for women under forty meaning that is not getting better it's getting worse right right with all this pink washing that has been done around breast cancer one would think that these numbers would be declining right that the agent survival rate would have been improving over the last twenty years it hasn't it hasn't changed that the incidents of metastatic breast cancer for women under forty would have declined over the last thirty years no it hasn't increased right and so here's an interesting statistic that kind of I think relates all of that as of two thousand fourteen which is the most recent set of statistics that we could find for this ended his five years old only seven percent of all breast cancer research funding goes to metastatic breast cancer research which is the only kind that will kill you decided breast cancer is the only kind of breast cancer that is one hundred percent terminal and that form of breast cancer only gets seven percent of all breast cancer research funding one would think it would be closer to one hundred percents does that sound totally upside down to you yeah yes it sounds completely upside down to me and you know there was a there was a statistic here one other thing that that is the funding actually before we say that the Common Susan Komen is one of the big breast cancer nonprofits out there right they spend only nineteen percent of the money they raise in total on research period meaning that eighty one percent over four-fifths of the money they raise goes to stuff that isn't the thing they're raising the money for it's an Raymond costs it's granted there nicely ours for their -secutive said issue seriously that's the stuff yeah granted there's probably some of that that's used for other things that do benefit patients but but you know in terms of like you know benefiting patients that you know in terms of like comfort care or I imagine I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt and it's and it's I imagine it's probably the case that some of that funding goes to actually helping patients in other ways but but but it is a money machine they would generate eight ton of money and now to be fair they just this week announced a new metastatic initiative okay like and new this week I follow our friend Kelly Dr Kelli Shanahan I follow her on twitter and have been for a long time and she was just tweeting a whole bunch stuff into the time line just over the last couple of days about this new initiative and so that's encouraging it's a move in the right direction this is the this is this is some of the stuff that you know that Beth wanted to some actions that Beth wanted to achieve with her with her advocacy organization with Matt up you know hopefully this is the beginning of something about things actually changing the status changing fueling optimistic about you're hoping so the reason that we're talking obviously so we spent a good chunk of our week last week flying to and from DC to do this protests we also is it happens spent our Sunday afternoon at the celebration of life event for our friend Beth she passed away almost two years ago but it had been a while since just took a little while to to get to get the pieces together to actually do the celebration which was so awesome I mean the reason for us being there was was not awesome at all but it the but the gathering and the party itself was just completely the spirit of who Beth was as a person and it was really wonderful it was great it was sort of spicy and informal and irreverent it was great lots of swear words it was really great so you know October is the breast cancer awareness month which by the way we're aware we can all agree that we are all aware of breast cancer you know that that's not something that we need to put our energy toward any any longer you know what we need is has cancer fixing month to fix breast cancer elimination month you know I think the it was in Horton to us to spend a good chunk of time of our podcast today talking about this because before knowing Beth I didn't know a darn thing about all of this stuff she she educated me about the status of of what funding for metastatic breast cancer looks like and how absolutely unjust it is and and we hope to to spread the word so I think it's important to to leave people with some ideas the things they can do first of all I think just be aware of the notion that just buying pink stuff and and wearing pink and doing pink breast cancer things Komen five KS it isn't isn't the best use of your energy and money.

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"grease" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"grease" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"He was stuck in the side of the thing. Campbell said he asked the questions what's your name? And the man said. To me and the pictures of this, man. Oh my God. Unbelievable. Comfort in rancid Oil Search men rescued after two days stuck in Chinese restaurant. Grease bent and image is straight out of it reminds me a little bit of. Oh, my the descent the descent in the claustrophobia and just the overall horror of being stuck in Greece. Bent for two days. You also I worked at a lot of fast food restaurants, growing up to Greece is disgusting. When you add ace your body. So this dude this according to sergeant Ray Kelly again, he said how's he doing? Now. He said he's all cleaned up and rehydrated noting that it must've taken hours to rid the man of the horrible smell. So I also have to say in a strange way, he's kind of a hero for exposing this restaurant for being so unidentified. Does it seem like it's like it's just that's what grease traps are like just what agreed pep is go through a grease trap supposed to clean it every now and again, put one of those breaks it up. So this is what the what Mr Kelly said her sergeant Kelly says, we sometimes we we know sometimes suspects try to break into businesses to steal copper wire employment recycling for money, this appears to be something along those lines, but not every solution is jail. And so basically, they said we, but we decided to be a little compassionate. We figured he's been through enough and. Spirit in the holidays. They let them in who snuck into a restaurant or a tip to three degrees. But you know, what it's Christmas led of off. They just saw what he went there. And they were like, okay. Oh my God. Full day. Perfect treasure is hidden in that Chinese restaurants that Indiana Jones shit. Maybe it's a holy grail or something. I don't know. But my God, I'm how big is alive. And honestly, you know, just I don't I feel bad for someone who is this down and out who was obviously this like, you know, much financial peril at Lee sees a chimney, and he's like I can be I can be a Santa Claus like a reverse Santa Claus instead of giving. I'll take like how this must have been in such dire. Straits to think that this idea could've worked I'm gonna go out on a limb and say, maybe he was on a couple of substances like a red bull or. Yes. Yes. Horry imagine. If he was on a hallucinogen. And. Two days. Right. Coming down on whatever it is that you're coming down on and stuck in their leak. What that does to you? What that does your mind you probably can't even smell a spring roll again out. Oh, hopefully, turns them vegan or something. Oh, gosh. Well, anyway, so that poor guy. You know, he got lucky though, too in his own right because of the holiday spirit because of the torture that he went through to steal copper wire. Perhaps most likely I don't know what else he would steal from their if it's close that assuming they don't have a lot of money. I imagined that it was. Yeah. I imagined that it was it was him trying to steal the wire and trying to steal something. He could sell pretty with the with the frat thing. It's like that's punishment for trying to have a community. And then this is like the opposite. It's like this is punishment for trying to do your own. Yes. To be your own guy. Brutal. My god. Well, that was Henry's favorite story of the week. My favorite story of this week in actually will go to China, not just a Chinese restaurant. A Chinese factory worker. He survived after being skewered with ten metal. Spikes again. The war has begun. When a robot he cents ten metal spikes when a robot malfunctioned or did the robot. Sort of receive a Tommy and a soul and the robot was so intelligent than it said. Now, once again, we've gotta take another human being this dude is forty nine years old is names, Mr. Zahle, he was working the night shift at a porcelain factory in the Hunan province when he was struck when he was struck by a falling robotic arm..

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"grease" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Excited we joined by jeff grease he's written a book called right in the middle but left out such a great title and the whole idea is it's not what you might think it is it's it's a it's a memoir but it's a very serious subject that i think is one that's painful when it's a secret and so many people struggle with it and jeff thank you so much for coming on to talk about this well thank you for having me and you talk about the realities of what it means in this the really the gist of of the book is how to identify and deal with the realities of incest and a lot of victims have a great bit of emotional spiritual physical of course sexual pain and so often they get lost in what i call this shuffle of of life and they have problems and so many other areas because of it and they're the people close to them are trying to grapple with it and understand in the book is that a central theme that that it's hard to share that but once you share it it's freeing definitely the whole idea right in the middle bills and being left out is the idea that somehow you don't even know what has gone on that you're right smack dab in the middle of all their pain and suffering and there was no clue the least that he picked up on or could read and then all of a sudden it hits you has to what it was or they remember and they share that with you and once they share it it is it releases a lot but at the same time you wanna be able to reach out and touch them and and help them sometimes you can sometimes you can't and the frustration and you've dealt with is like a you know your life is so interesting as a pastor a teacher a counselor hospice chaplain and even on a on a different side professional singer and actor and i bet you've come across sadly this kind of taboo a bunch in your life right oh the beginning i don't think there's anybody who hasn't had to deal with a shoe it's just they may not be aware that they haven't dealt with issue it's one of those things that you know it's so taboo nobody talks about it when nobody talks about it they don't know how to defend themselves or deal with it yeah that was my next point is gonna ask that how how do you defend yourself how do you deal with it well it takes a lot of time a lot of counseling a lot of prayer a lot of soul searching for individuals to be able to deal with it most of the time they do not want face the reality suppress all of the imagery and all the things that happened to them so deeply that they don't want to recall it and if they do it just gets them so hard it's so painful they just want to go down the rabbit hole and hide and it's it's terrible thing watch especially if you love the person if you care about the person you know the trouble for me was after learning all these things and studying get even more i was able to stand up in a congregation.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Subscribe to the denver and interview where if you listen to podcasts could be i choose or apple podcast will spotify or down costs to any other app and we spoke to shore actually about his vessel anne opened up for the first time about how he'd been going through therapy to cope with it of course that story got picked up all around the world and we've had a huge amount of feedback actually go to tweet hit from show mint is updates who said it makes me so unbelievably happy to see that he's comfortable sharing this with us anxiety stress and depression of very common inhering what he has to site knowing he's experienced in what advice he has to give to push through his just incredible absolutely agree with that now the fan account to it the main days why he said anxiety is one of the most terrible things anyone could ever experience i don't wish anything like anxiety upon anyone i suffer from it myself thanks for making song i could totally relate to show mets of course because his new single really opens off about his bash with anxiety on that note tiffany watching the video of the podcast that we put on my facebook page while this video actually helped me i think i'm going to start talking to people about how i feel and letting people help me thank you sean what an incredible response that is another one on that note a new train of white who's who wrote to me to say i really do love how open everyone is being about the mental health this year and it's so true actually lions on that note is love listening to this interview it's nice to see the talking about going through the same thing as may at this fascinating though i was as i stayed on the kost week i'm not surprised because shown us had to go from being a relatively normal young teenage lead with a big talent to all of a sudden one of the hugest superstars in the world and of course that plays a lot on your mind fix how you lived i today life that the point is so many people dealing with anxiety and depression and mental health down being prepared to talk about it because earlier in the.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"See you know so then we had the twentieth anniversary with a with a gave out the the new brand new dvd's and there was a big party a paramount and we had a line to get a press for the grease cast members over an hour just to get on the red carpet to get into the screening of greece in the party and sherry lansing who is the president of of who's head of paramount at the time said to me what is this i don't have first run movies with this kind of attention what is it with greece like they had no idea so i told her about you know that we wanted to do a movie and the next day i was up in their office that the executives apparel and they call john and they call the livia and sure enough you know we started on doing a feature but it took a long time and by the was over six months again hiring really terrific a film screenwriters but nobody wanted to take our ideas they wanted to do their own and unfortunately as time went by you're right john felt no let's not do it this isn't let's let's let everybody just savor the moment of what we created and that's that so there was a window oh yes unity in hollywood bureaucracy golden the wii essentially a well it was about i think they just didn't get that we knew and i might save myself i mean i was the executive producer that i had really understood where the story should go and and what what would be fun for john livia and what would be fun for you know here we would be twenty twenty five years later.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"At the time why do you not think that it worked in the same way as the original movie i think it's just that if people compare the two you know i think they get disappointed because it didn't feel like it was connecting to the original because there were all new people and the only reason i was i was in kasai had been left back because of going to beauty school so you know i think that's the problem that they will looking to to identify with the characters or see where they were going to be headed after high school and it was just going back to right delegate so is a disappointment in that but if you just take the movie for what it is it's terrific the death numbers are sincere the talent is amazing so i think that's why there's a great great big fan base for greece to is this your life about td this is is this greece life and you've got to tell me if these facts are true or folks we're gonna kick home happy days henry winkler turned down john travolta's iconic role of danny's zuko to last year he revealed to aarp magazine that he turned it down because he didn't want to be tight cost elvis presley was initially offered the role of t nine ju true that's right the role was openly given to frankie avalon though in prison died while greased was being filmed in nineteen seventy seven now next up instead of using makeup jeff conaway who played keke course insisted on rayleigh giving stockard channing rizzo real hickeys as true.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"No no no no he as far as i know there was noth nothing like that going we really stayed in character and danny suco i don't think was assigned allergist but it's interesting isn't it when you think back for decades ago when greece was first released then critics salaam did dd cold it atrocious they called it visual junk food and they even said some of them will one of them that livia newton john was a tone deaf cow however it was one of those movies that became an instant hit it only costs four point two million pounds to make and they made that money back in just two days and i think that's another great example of the fact that actually you don't necessarily need to spend tens of millions of pounds like they do on most movies these days to create something really special ono well you know the thing was nobody knew that it was going to be the hit that it was in fact if you remember in the carnival scene when the when the boys throwing pies at their coach at cs and he says oh i'll see you guys in summer school that was supposed to be the title of a sequel and everybody had agreed that they wanted to do it paramount passed on it they said oh this movie's going to do anything glad you guys are having a good time but you know no so then when it was a big hit they i guess john livy weren't available anymore and it became greece to which pat birch directed and choreographed and a beautiful michelle pfeiffer was was discovered you know you can't compare the two movies i think there are two different camps but i thought that was a really fun movie too i was i was proud to be a part of it will of course you are the only member of the core cast dd that has appeared in all three major productions of grease grease live which was on recently on us television but but but on the point of greece two i mean it was considered a flop.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Amazing and of course there was a report recently again this is something that came out about behind the scenes of of grease that at the time randal kleiser the to do the director had had come down with a foot fiction white when he was shooting that you know the iconic thunder road car race across yeah and i like back then and according to these new reports john travolta actually used a scientology procedure to try and make him besa and that really fascinated me because i had no idea that his relationship and partaking and scientology actually went back that far yes l yeah he was scientologist then yes i remember you aware of us remember talking to him about it and he said told me to we dianetics and then we'll talk about it yeah it go back that far and i and i remember that happening i didn't observe him doing it but i remember hearing about it but i'll tell you something else when we were filming the movie he received a copy of saturday night fever hadn't come out yet and he had not he had he had not seen it and he was a little concerned he said you know to cast you know i did this movie and it was brooklyn i don't know you know dancing i'm really worried about would you mind all coming f i set up a screening would you come and see it we went we went to this too screening room in paramount after work and we see this amazing unbelievable sexy fantastic saturday night fever and we you know john you kidding me this is unbelievable you are credible so he had no idea how good it was and that was kind of says something about you know his humility to have those two movies come out and one year while winds blood but i mean it is interesting to scientology thing because i mean obviously it's such a big thing in hollywood now did he have any success do think behind the scenes on the state was anyone converted to it and i mean did you ever try it out on.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Yes yes i had met him yeah lovely guy handsome guy loved her was was really in love with her yet life is interesting isn't it it's real it is because you don't never know never but she she is she's had in our heart that she wanted to to create this cancer and wellness center which is now a beautiful happening thing in melbourne it's called liberal kansas wome essentially oldham fifty million dollars joint her on the great wall of china she was doing a week track where people were sponsoring remember friends and i want for eight days and it was fantastic got the greatest friends and we just had a wonderful wonderful time i love that frenchie and sandy have maintained bomb that's what you want and of course i mean i mentioned patrick mcdermott didn't of course they were reports recently that he may have been found alive and well in mexico what did you make those stories you know that i never never brought it up to to olympia i really never did you know this that's such a private personal thing and i you know that's what happens release certain things you just he just keep to yourself and so i don't know i have no idea i've read i heard the same things but i don't know what's your relationship like with john travolta now well a couple of years ago they released a christmas album and for sirius radio i did an hour interview with the two of them while they also played the songs and it was so much fun i hadn't seen john awhile and it was great having the two of them together and reminiscent and he's fabulous he's looks terrific gotta christmas cards i see his his beautiful young son and his daughter and wife and and he's i'm looking forward i'm i think i'm going to see him in august in in la.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Yeah it's gonna come and be with me and frenchies bedroom amazing and you can also stream grace now on now tv with the sky cinema poss which is finally recommended high resigned no it's it i've never heard of a system mhm that you can do like that you can just plug and go will i think it is where things are going because because all of the youngsters dd don't want to be tied down to big subscriptions these exactly ranta the white pan grand do flavor it's debbie you're e r to pressure butcher mostow germs nast vance right now you've remained close i believe to live in houston joan new joint on stage to launch her vegas residency a couple of years ago and a great time as she the cosma who you have maintained the closest bond with post filming i would say yes she and mberi pearl play duty and jan jamie donnelly i think we've stayed the closest yet and how she doing now eight great she's her group is superb a live in newton john walks the walk she is gone through so much on his so grateful that she has persevered and she's she is a thrives that's what she calls herself thrive that when she sings i honestly love you to the audience what she does for her most of the time i think for her encore she really means it she wants to give back she's received so much love and so much care at she gives the back with with a rich beautiful heart and i adore her as you say such incredibly sweet person had to go through so much dd because of course she's battled numerous forms of cancer and breast cancer and comeback every single time fighting and stronger amazing credit to her and then she had to go through the disappearance of her long term boyfriend patrick mcdermott which must be devastating for did you know him.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Well what do you think of this criticism are think it's really unfair to be honest i think everyone's got a little bit too sensitive about it but i hear what you're saying about the metoo movement but remember this is something that was a that was made for the coach of the time and you can't rewrite history well that's right now no this is definitely of that time and what was kind of genius alan of alan carr and his choice of using these fifties icons in the movie you know like like joe blonde dell and sid caesar and frankie avalon and you know this was bringing those people into to a movie that was made in the seventies but to give that the fifties era feeling for the people who grew up in that generation so yes no it definitely is is a movie of an era alan cow was of course the producer of grace wasn't he died in nineteen ninety nine is that right yes yes he was great he was a party guy and he got the rights of for two hundred thousand dollars and the now d do you know who who owns greece well jim jacobs the original author and the warren casey foundation he worn case it passed away quite a while ago yeah they have the that's their baby and did grease make you rich and didn't make the other cosmas ritual you just paid one flat fee and you on your weight that's it believe me if i had known this was going to be such a big hit i would've negotiated for points in but no no one flat fee and that was it is that the same for john livia they didn't get any movies product now they had they had different agents that kind of looked into.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Made him very sick such tragedies yeah and and chacha of who net cardona a net charles in the movie she was such a firebrand such a talented fabulous brilliant woman teacher dancer and she to succumb to cancer and the went very very quickly are not so tragic that that the entire cost will not be able to be together again yeah i know yeah it's it's it's very so we miss them terribly and then we have all the older ones to you know joe blundell in vardon and alice ghostly and sid caesar and like goodness you know an all such big part of the movie they will yeah now d one of my favorite songs and great and actually it is forever my karaoke song is beauty school dropout where oversleep frenchie is serenaded by frankie avalon who at the time was a rail teen idol wasn't hey now is it true that hey came close to pulling out of doing the movie because he was so worried about walking down the steps i'll yes he was worried and he didn't get to rehearse and it was but he did a great job i mean from my point of view i he didn't rehearse so i didn't get to you know kind of take him in bef and feel the feelings until he was actually doing it all dressed up in that sexy white pants and pop bunnies coming down those stairs and it was the lists it was great so i mean i got to be on camera the first time he.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"That when that came on the first time the whole cast saw the movie that animation we went beserk oh we thought it was so imaginative and so much fun yes that's definitely my number five is an incredible soul you are fake and a phone and i wish i'd never laid eyes on you i wonder if she carries fuller so the dumps contest is it true that the filming took over a week and it was sung halt that some people actually got sick during the downside moves all my gosh was hot it was it was my birthday is july thirteenth was that week in fact they gave me a cake and i saw the cake in the morning and by the time we broke for lunch it was all melted and they had it was an old high school downtown los angeles so it was a thank you know and so there was no air conditioning and they couldn't keep the windows open because right next door was a plant a factory that i don't know what they were doing but it was a pork plant and it was stinky so they had to keep the windows close awful and it was hot and yes i did see people think but most of us were pretty resilient and just kept going and then there were some rumors of a little bit of tension onset over that great greased lightning moment because of course in the stage show dd it was actually a song some sung by connecting conaway the movie believing this was going to be his soul and then john travolta had the idea that danny.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Was it was great are rich in that because they was a chemistry between that kost wasn't who with the biggest floats in terms of the male cost and the female cost well why darling jeff conaway we loved him so much you know li it's decide to believe that he's not with us anymore he is god bless him he just ooh sexuality and he was you know he was ever ready bunny you know it was just he was you know he had played danny's zuko on broadway and he really you know knew that character and he was just he just exist he was just very very sexy guy and he impact he some cock set a lot of rehearsing fun the chemistry between john and livia was real very very real was there ever a romance we knows to own a romance no no no just just onset i mean there was history being made during the filming of the movie as well d i mean elvis died on the day i believe one of the days that you would filming look at me i'm sandra dee and is it true this urban legend that you actually added the line about his pelvis as a tribute to him as a result of his day so i think that was stockers idea yeah and he was to be in the movies so so when he died and you filming how i mean obviously such an entertainment icon who was so troubled to that to that play a part in in the filming of that same.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"D i am so delighted to have you on the pod today to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of greece do you know the my favorite movie of all time i also think greece is the base movie ever made and i think it's film snobs of this world who would tell you any different because it's a joyful enlightening experience in juneau i went and did my first ever sing along movie just young week in london and it was one of the most amazing nights of my life and it just shows you doesn't it four decades on this movie that stands the test of time i'll absolutely it's a phenomenon i in fact i host the greasing along i will be doing it in l a on june thirtieth so if you're going to be there please be my guest i think that people really respond to the heart and soul of the movie which is that we will always be together we really all still love each other so de tight me back forty years to the filming of greece because as you say none of you knew that you were working on what was going to become one of the biggest movies of all time what was it like onset i mean obviously the movie is so far to watch did that translate behind the scenes with all of these young beautiful people in great with wearing not many clothes i mean was it a bit like a party behind the scenes it was actually really hard work.

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"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"grease" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Hello welcome to a brand new episode and a very special of the dan wootton interview where each week i'll bring you some of the biggest names from around the world stripe theo headphones and this week we are going all out greece heading back to nineteen seventy eight and ridell high as we celebrate the fortieth anniversary of that economy movie my favorite of all time so breakout the broom cream dust off your birds or pink lady jackets and grabbed the nearest hairbrush because this week's episode is gonna be a bit of a sing along i'm going to be speaking to one of the pink ladies herself didi conn aka frenchie sandy's closest friend and aspiring view titian who's going to reveal all the onset secrets of grace how john travolta tried to convert the cast scientology and also find out about her close friendship with a living yutian john and what she thinks about the disappearance of her boyfriend plus frenchie odidi will be taking on a special shuffled elite repeat is this grace life and revealing the five greece songs that mean the most to her stick around later too because i'll have all of your comments about some of our previous guests including last week's episode with shawn mendes plus if you want to listen to any of our previous islas like gary barlow james corden meghan trainor then make sure you subscribe right now but for the moment let's go full on greece with didi conn.

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