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"greer" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Tend to think he tends to wanna wanna rate him a little bit more but Yeah that'll be good showdown you know. I was just looking at the early entries. I was trying to find somebody from off the pace. They can get involved. You know that track to tends to play towards trying to be Maybe vanek. I haven't looked at the the numbers or anything coming in. I do like he. He always seems to be closing at the end. You never quite never quite get there. Although he did in the would But hey kindergarten news. I mean full for that team so Yeah we'll say it should be an interesting race. See that's that's for sure. Well it takes a little bit of the headline But not You know the you still got. You still got Plenty of star. Power so turns Gazillion in to get a feel eight there and then nine now the derby all right Let's let's conduct a little bit of a review and recirculated your your woodbine charting and I assume you were listening in To renting greer. I mean that that was that was as abby craziest story. I i cannot. I mean yes there are obscure outfits as small outfits that that jump up win races. And i love reporting on them and bring the connections on i. I don't i can't think of one in recent memory. A race of this magnitude yet that that was a great interview. And how can we not pool for you. Know a father son operations family operation and Honestly i'd like to hear more of those stories you know with the small guys like when the little guys win you know just You know because they're putting in the exact same work sometimes even more so Trying to run their own operation with limited to tell and don't get the stock that that some of the quote unquote bit boys get and the actress to great great story all around..
"greer" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Greer after saturday's terrific performance and story involving town cruise. The six-year-old gelding. Home bred by brandon and his father son of town prize who is a spice town and the this is one of those stories that just kind of you kind of don't believe until you hear it or until they make a movie of it. I suppose the only thing that that could make it. You know any more special or charming is maybe if it was the queen's plate but Winning a million dollar races is good no matter what it says on the trophy brandon. Congratulations thank you very much. We're completely were. We're just blown away here by What this has done for us. It's you know it's a great story. And i and i can recall in fact after the king edward or the king eddie as we like to say After that good effort there and he was nine to two. We'll talk about what went on with his mutual price in a in a little bit but after that effort in the king edward it was pretty clear that as a you know a full-fledged older horse he he was at another level This year and so you know coming into this and when you must have seen in the pcp's there was no other speed. You had to be excited ride. I certainly was that Him being out kind of kind of himself where he's pretty out in the lead is the place Certainly where he likes to be and we did like the chance that he might be able to be there but yeah after the after the king either It seemed it. Seemed to A big leap for us to go into such a huge such as the mile but With the times in his previous Allowance races. And how he was able to just fight back at the end In the king..
"greer" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"I think that speaks to procuring a lot of industrial metals for the green revolution. That we're kind of pivoting into here and so it. It's it's one of those scenarios where while basement odds us while precious metals gold and silver are kinda sideways trading to to quiet trading. You look up every other day. And there's another base metal in new high for the move so when the complex get like gets like that you know. I'm really focusing in on those stocks that are consolidating now in the emmy freeport-macmoran and trying to get a hold of things like alcoa that rallying but i think it's going to be another trade back into xm into industrial metals and mining from the long side. That's gonna presents itself next because for while look like copper was consolidating and could have curled over and that formation that looked like a topping formation in copper now just looks like a sideways consolidation and so copper can get back on the run and start chasing aluminum and nickel and uranium and natural gas. And everything else to new highs you know. I think that could be a trade that catches fire again in the fourth quarter round. Yeah it's gonna interesting you know. It was one of the sectors that was right up there in the lead right behind energy right behind retail You know in was industrial metals and mining was next. And i think that you know while sort of banks and home builders have gained into the race. Now i wanna count out industrial metals and mining between now and the end of the year. Just because they've been consolidating. I still think that there's potential to run there so we'll see what happens. This episode is brought to you by fan duel. Football is back and the best bet you can make is downloading the fan duel sportsbook app. It doesn't matter if you're new to gambling or an old pro fan duel has something for everyone and as an official sports betting partner of the nfl. You know your bets are safe. There's also never been a better time to use fan duel.
Companies Recruit for Talent on the Autism Spectrum
"Works. Employees can wear noise, canceling headphones and take breaks in a quiet room or lights are dim. To reduce sensory overload, Friedman says. The most important accommodation companies can make it to change the way they interview applicants on the spectrum. For a person with autism, The 1st 15 or 30. Seconds of an interaction are by far their worst. They're high anxiety about meeting a new person trying to interpret interpersonal queues trying to plan out a conversation to have with that person and those 1st 15 seconds. That's when The other person, a job interview or say, is making their first and lasting impression about exactly hiring managers aren't taking the time to go past that 1st 30 seconds and understand the skills, the talents and the capabilities that exist within those individuals. There are complexities that are inherently inside. These very large data sets at the global accounting firm Ernst and Young. They've scrapped the traditional interview process for applicants with autism. They've replaced it with a series of problem solving challenges. And so if I can ask you all to come up testing, aptitude, creativity and teamwork, I think for this offer people like you know, in a demonstration last year in Chicago before the pandemic required, they work from home. Four current Ernst and Young employees on the autism spectrum were given millions of lines of data to quickly analyze and explain how they presented to a client. If we find that there are areas we can loop back over to this step Ernst and Young has used this technique to hire dozens of employees with autism who work around the world and feels like artificial intelligence, Blockchain technology and cyber security. Is this about corporate responsibility, doing the right thing being altruistic? Make no mistake about it. This is absolutely a business imperative, and it makes great sense from a business perspective. Kelly Greer, Ernst and Young's US chairwoman, says the employees they've hired have saved the company millions of dollars by looking at problems in a different way. And creating algorithms to shortcut and automate processes. That is
"greer" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"Beyond belief sobriety is a podcast people who are seeking or who have found the secular path to recovery from addictions of all kinds. Well hello Today my guest is david greer. And i think this will be an interesting conversation. David learned about this podcast after listening to an episode that i had done with dr ray baker sometime ago and he peruse the website and thought it was somewhat interesting. I guess so he..
"greer" Discussed on The Birder's Guide
"It's it's with nick Good trip to the flinders ranges where we might be video on a log log about that trip I think that's available online on his youtube. Which is laura l. l. a. I kai and eat at some great Pity is on their did and other types of nature photography and video graffiti. obviously say. I like doing nice trips where we can sort of Bring a different angle to the trips to people by videoing bids and talking about what we're doing long. That's good fun of spike in at a couple of different Conferences on at the Photography conference next year On the bulk in my fear into bid photography look up. The bid lost tucker conference of twenty. Twenty one is a great law and Coupla friends dwight peyton and georgina statler are going to be on on the on the bill. They're yang big who doesn't amazing setups. In and gripe photography he's speaking and there'll be a lot to learn and A lot of a lot of good photography's toll to the listen to pat from. That is one of the things i like to do. And i've done it probably more side as happens lightly with flying. Foxes often spend Flying foxes dan at dana Opposite and Had a lot of requests for on fridays Department of environment to doing educational stuff around dies been not just the funk fox's bids as well and was involved with shooting. Vdi the translation of the malet rennes And some another project on the greatest thickness rats which filmed so. Yeah more mortgage interested in in doing the documenting Race itching and science. It's happening you can save a lot of spacey's a. lot of spacey's around pressure and that's unfortunate but if graffiti yoga goofy can help bring bring that to public attention in some way. I'm ed to what's happening in that room. That's yeah that's that's great. Yeah yeah cool. We spoke to staedtler. I'm just a while back episode. That was a while ago. this is on. I think this is thirty. Five is spoke. to spite to. She's she's she's great. She's she's a cod that woman. She's a gripe photographer baron. She has some really really good autistic shots. issues in his bryant. A lot of people out there actually Yeah so last question for you. We're going to try. Keep is under thirty minutes. I got an idea how long it's been more than that. I'm not gonna last last question. I asked this question to everybody. He comes on the show out of every way that you've been building across australia. What's your favorite spot. Where should everybody go at least once. Jesus good christians tough question Always say if. I had to pick one place. I love guy. Tasmania and spend on dan. Bernie all in and around that area is endemic stacy's around the and love. Obviously because i grew up in the bushy toy and spent time in tasmania love being around the lush green forest since iphone. Bet the best done cypher. I think we'd have to pay the birdsville track really loud..
"greer" Discussed on The Birder's Guide
"Because i know you've got one coming up in about a month. Which is more of an editing style. Do you run tops of workshops. Yes sovereign yeah. Quite a few different taught some the beginning will shops selling. I just call them. What kind of how it's yet. It's that's probably the nicer. I think it's a in pretty debate. Photography's that way shop in that. That's the papal. Hey it probably failing novice at at at embiid photography and i want to just get some better ideas about how they can improve. Obviously they buy excuse that got already side Every topic photography's different side is the people that come to. Those workshops have done quite a bit landscape or portrait photography but aspects of photography dine. Understand all all denied help within these others. It actually come along. Hey really have very little camera experience at also side whilst on teaching it up photography they're set learning just a lot of by seek information about hattie's a camera in general so that's kind of a bit of a generalist one but a brunch shoulder to talk a few workshops dunston alto graffiti troops out onto the planes and photograph als at naught ange. That ones always quite popular..
"greer" Discussed on The Birder's Guide
"The old comes into play like a big albatross. He could probably get an as like it. Actually get a shop shot at maybe even one sixteen hundred but i have a two thousand is better and often apparant one thirty. Two hundred is as a good spayed. Particularly anais bites way. Like you said there is a lot of movement and unites changxing. They coming in court fast. It all depends on the law as well really in. Yeah so when you're back on land i you or you mentioned that you use a tropical upfield six hundred just because of the heavy it is. Yeah do you. Do you believe in using a tripod most of the time or is that really only when you lynn's is too heavy to handle having ulan truckloads got it damages in a lotta wise. But i mean. If i'm using my id four hundred just can't holding at my sleigh. Dan saudis it's hotter today. Because i did a lot to do a little bit. Vdi was fo Fifty one of the reasons that camera is it does really not slamming Site and get some really great footage making around coming in to pitch. He'll laying a pitch whatever they united sly which is really nice but yeah with the big lanes. It's just really hard to handheld Can't hold on up six hundred up for more than a couple of minutes. with that Stunt feel it in a mom. Say it's a. It's just a matter of practicality as well as making shore giving cell therapy chance to get a shop because you don't want any camera shy and the moline tripod people say. I don't use tripod rather Creek at the moya's the tripod tomorrow is to walk with the camera. I have my shoulder..
Interview With Joey Jones
"Joey was very seriously injured. Uh, In theater. And Joey has never been a victim folks at all. But Joe, you put up a post this weekend on social media that I read was kind of a thread. And it's touching and a lot of people recognize that what kind of viral and you opened up about You said something the effective you know, I choose not to drink anymore because basically It brings back the demons. You could explain what the post was about What you said there. I think the audience needs to hear that. No, I appreciate it appreciate the opportunity to talk about this. So this is not an indictment on drinking alcohol. It's it's a It's an American pass on the farm, our culture. I mean, that's just but the point is when I drink and I become Vulnerable in that way. Oh, my ability all mother since mechanisms of keeping the negative thoughts that may and making sense of all kind of go away and on a day like today, when that happens, I see my buddy and and I see the guys who should be here. We got about should've could've would've in all honesty. There is no fairness and war. There's really no fairness and life and when I was injured, for example, When I was growing up, I stepped on a bomb. My job was to find these bombs taking apart. Get him out of there, so everyone else, he said. After the bomb that killed what I consider to be a hero, Corporal Dana Greer standing 20 ft away. In two weeks later, fluid
In Search of Transparency: Fashions Data Problem
"The fashion industry is notoriously opaque industry. And that's a big problem when the industry is trying to focus on reducing its negative environmental and social impact recently at the bureau of professional summit closing fashion sustainability gap. Linda greer a global fellow at the institute of public and environmental affairs and a member of our sustainability council joined b. o. Fs london editor. Sarah can for a discussion on how fashions back data is affecting. Its sustainability efforts. Here's linda hair at the professional summit this baker he went. I have discussed a lot and one that i think is pretty much fundamental. D- every single one of the sessions that. We've had so much day but transplant also a bit of a casual tom. That could cover a lot of things. So i wanted if we can stop by just really talking about what we mean when we say. We won the fashion industry to be more transparent. What are we asking for you know. I think it's pretty simple. And there's no reason to make it more complex than it is We wanna know. What their environmental impacts are and we want numbers associated with those impacts. And we want to see where they're headed you know. Where are they starting in where they going. I'm speaking just about environment right now. But of course also apply to labor issues as well so in an environment. it's not mysterious. We wanna know their greenhouse gas emissions chemical us. We wanna know their water usage the topics we've been talking all morning in today's session and we need that to be tracked and traced and reported on. And you know let me just say. I was thinking about our session this morning in preparing to talk to you. I was thinking about the you know how do we. How have we gotten to the point that this is still being discussed. The way that it is that were still needing to explain and justify the need for transparency in the
Seattle hospitals rush out vaccines after freezer failure
"Hospitals in Seattle rushed out coronavirus vaccines after freezer failure it's not clear why the freezer failed it was discovered late at night more than thirteen hundred doses needed to be used quickly before they expired early the next morning word spread quickly on social media there was a line through the parking lot at the university of Washington Medical Center northwest a hundred people lined up at Swedish medical center's clinic the main objective was not to waste the vaccine some people considered too young got the shot seventy seven year old Tyson Greer said she's been waking up at one AM in three A. M. for more than a week searching online for a coveted vaccination appointment she finally got the shot at one in the morning I bet Donahue
Can Seattle arts groups survive the pandemic?
"Corona virus is a public health crisis of course but it's also devastated the economy it's been especially destructive businesses that depend on people gathering together in person tourism restaurants and the arts. Kyw's arts and culture reporter. Marcy silman has been monitoring the health of the regional arts and culture community. She spoke with kim. Malcolm about what. We might see moving forward so marcy for the past couple of months. You've been doing some deep dive reporting on how the pandemic has impacted our cultural communities. How would you describe what you found across the board. Kim organizations are treading water. If they haven't already drowned you might remember last march. When governor inslee issued his social gathering restrictions. everyone had to shut down operations museums and some art galleries have started to welcome back visitors. But they're at twenty five percent of normal capacity which just does not sound sustainable. And marcy you and i've talked about how performing arts groups and musicians have been streaming content and how it just doesn't cover the costs for many of them. So what are arts leaders telling you about this pivot to digital when it doesn't pay the bills. Peter bowl who is the artistic director at pacific. Northwest ballet told me that he pivoted digital because he wanted to give some work to the dancers musicians backstage artisans and other staff who would otherwise be unemployed. According to a new study from the seattle advocacy group arts fund. Thousands of area of workers are still jobless and even though as we said. Some venues have reopened. This survey found only about nine percent of local artisans and been rehired many back part time or reduce salaries but kim beyond providing jobs. I think that this pandemic has really forced performing arts groups to reckon with the digital age in a way that they hadn't done before the pandemic kit. And what do you mean by that. Well for at least a decade arts groups have been trying to figure out how they compete with free or low cost online content that arts fund study that i mentioned found that every responding group plan to permanently integrate digital content into their arts program offerings the ceo of arts fund. Michael greer told me that's partly because audiences are really leery about heading into enclosed spaces with lots of people that component that new revenue component is going to be essential to kind of filling the void of individuals. Trepidation do moving back into the theaters or just a general reorganization of how society interacts with itself. Not even just in the arts bottom line marcie will most arts groups survived this pandemic. It's really hard to say for certain. But to quote the head of seattle's office of arts and culture randy angstrom. The sector is on the knife's edge getting people to value in compensate artists and creatives for their time was already a challenge. Then the pandemic it and it was devastating. And i think that that devastation was disproportionately felt by by park organizations and artists because they've been underinvested and undercapitalized for so long and i'll just note here by poc refers to artists who are black indigenous and people of color. What is happening with these communities. Well this summer one worries alicia. Johnston told me that they only have the funds to make it through the calendar year. I did check back with her earlier this week. And she says that right now. They've got about half the budget for twenty twenty. One heart of that came from contributions sparked by black lives matter but she told me those have tapered off and even though she describes herself as one worry self designated worrier about money. She's pretty hopeful that they'll raise the two hundred thousand dollars. They need to keep this community cultural center going. Marcy i know can county. And many private funds have funneled relief. Money to the arts sector. What are arts leader saying about what they need to survive. Many hope congress will enact another significant stimulus measure randy. Angst room would like to see a twenty first century version of the works progress administration. That was the depression era program that funded arts projects across the country. Local artists have already stepped up. And they've been making murals. And creating digital arts lessons plan for the public schools angstrom and many other folks think it's time to fairly compensate them for that work. And how optimistic is he that that might happen. I'm gonna let him answer that. I am hopeful because the creative community of the city gives me that help. I am hopeful because of the incredible resilience. I've seen and we need to meet that resilience with dollars and faith in their work but angstrom says the city cannot finance this on its own. They really need a major influx of federal dollars. At this point. Who knows when that's going to happen. We'll mercy speaking of resilience. I have to acknowledge. Even though i don't want to that this is most likely our last on air conversation about the arts as you retire from k. u. o. w. after a remarkable thirty five years. Marcy i just wanted to say thank you we're gonna miss you and all the attention and the advocacy for the arts. That you've paid Here in this part of the world. I'm just grateful for all the work and thankfully that still lives online. It does indeed. It's been migrate pleasure working with you as the all things considered host. And i'll miss you. And i won't be gone from the world of seattle's arts and culture still always keeping my eagle eye on it.
A Recipe From Deborah Madison
"This is Deborah Madison the author of an onion in my pocket, and the recipe I want to talk about is an Eggplant Gra ten with a golden. Dome Saffron recalled the custard. This has long been one of my favorite dishes. But when we made it at Greens, I used to add greer cheese to it to make it more substantial main course those who are concerns that that time people felt satisfied I've now taken the greer cheese out since it wasn't there in the original recipe, which is actually by Richard Only, and here's how it goes. So you're GONNA start with about two pounds or a bit more of a plant. All of oil, a small red onion finely diced upon clove of garlic minced a half a teaspoon of herbs vence or a tablespoon margin lease chopped. Two. And a half pounds of full tomatoes that are ripe that are peeled, seeded and chopped or two cups of crush canned tomatoes. Sea salt freshly ground pepper to eggs a cup of ricotta a quarter cup of milk a good pinch of saffron threads that have been crumbled and soaked in a tablespoon of very hot water and a half a cup of freshly grated. Parmigiano reggiano cheese, and finally ten large Basil Leaves tournant pieces. Okay. We're going to heat the oven to four hundred degrees Fahrenheit with and then cut the eggplants in half lengthwise. If you've got just one large eggplant, cut it in quarters, slice each quarter crosswise about a half an inch thick. Slices lightly with oil on both sides and then set them on a sheet pan and bake until the bottom sides have brown. About fifteen minutes. Turn them over and Brown. The second side, this often takes less time. So do check after about eight minutes. When the EGGPLANT is done, remove it from the oven and reduced the heat to three hundred fifty degrees. To, make the tomato sauce warm two tablespoons olive oil in a wide skillet when it's hot at the onion garlic and herb surpr- vence crush I between the fingers or the fresh. Marjoram Stir to the onion with the oil. Then reduce the heat too low and cook gently until the Union is soft twelve to fifteen minutes. Add. The chopped fresh or canned tomatoes raise the heat and cooks during occasionally until the liquid has cooked off and the sauces fairly thick. To make the custard, wisc the aches and stirring the Kota Melk sufferin and Parmigiano reggiano cheese season with a few pinches of salt and some short ground pepper. To assemble the Gratin, choose an earthenware casserole with two inch sides in eight cup capacity. Spread a cup of the sauce and the dish then set down the overlapping layers of a plant. Season it was salt and pepper scatter. Half the torn basil leaves over the surface. Then Dab about a quarter cup of sauce over those plants then make another layer of the remaining eggplant seasoned with salt and pepper add the torn basil and cover with the rest of the tomato sauce for the custard overall and bake until it is golden gently swelled and even Brown in places about forty minutes, we moved from the oven and let the croutons rest for about ten minutes before serving.
Gerrymandering: How drawing jagged lines can impact an election
"Most people have heard the word gerrymandering once or twice probably during a presidential election. What exactly is gerrymandering essentially, it's the process of giving one political party and advantage over another political party. By Redrawn district lines. It's like Democrats trying to gain advantage over Republicans or Republicans. Trying to gain an advantage over Democrats you see each party wants to gain as many districts as possible. So they can do things like control the state budget or set themselves up to win even more districts in the future. So to understand how this process began and how it continues today, we must go back to eighteen twelve in Massachusetts Albridge Jerry the governor of Massachusetts supported and signed a bill to allow redistricting that is redrawing the boundaries that separate districts the catch, the new lines favor Jerry's political party, the democratic Republican Party which no longer exists. You see Jerry wanted his party to win as many states Senate seats as possible the more members of your party who vote the more likely you are to. Win Election the new lines were drawn to include loads of areas that would help governor Jerry in the future there were so strange looking that someone said, the new districts look like a salamander the Boston Gazette at Jerry's name to the word Salamander and Walla Gerrymandering, the process of dividing up and redrawing districts to give your political party and advantage. So how exactly does someone go about protecting their own political party and actually Gerrymandering district? There are two successful practices packing a district and cracking district. Packing is the process of drawing district lines and packing in your opponents cattle into his few districts. As possible if more districts equals more votes, the fewer the district's there are the fewer votes the opposition party will get. Packing then decreases the opponents voter strengthened influence. Cracking, is the opposite taking one district and cracking it into several pieces. This is usually done in districts where your opponent has many supporters. Cracking spreads these supporters out among many districts denying your opponent, a lot of votes. When, you have a large number of people who generally vote for one type of Party, those folks are known as the voting block cracking as a way to break that all up. So. When would a party choose to pack their opponents districts rather than crack them? Well, that really depends on what the party needs to dilute your opponents voters. You could pack them into one district and lead the surrounding districts with voters of your own party or if you and your partner in power. When it's time to redraw district lines, you could redraw districts and crack up a powerful district and spread your opponents voters out across several neighboring districts. So Governor Jerry and twelve to gain advantage for his party and redrew district lines in his state and such a crazy way. We have a whole new word and way of thinking about how political parties can gain advantages over their opponents. Politicians think of creative ways to draw districts years. So the next time an election comes around and politicians asked people to vote be sure to look up the shape of your district and the district's that surrounded.
Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. So this is amazing. Russ welcome. Welcome to Nice. It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. I've got. Might follow his mother in some way. Yes. He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, which is so beautifully done to me. It's just Marchan as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. No, it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. End of the day, I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong but it was I know all about you 007. Sex for, dinner. Death for breakfast CEST. Bang on I, remember it to. And now you're Madame Curie. Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. Madame Curie. Yes. No they may we'll try now but it's too late. This might might be true. Yes. She she. I mean, yeah, she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So you needed margin direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. She's going to be quite imperious. You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. Which is which is Great. Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. was mischief not s mischief. As it should be you know even in a pandemic, but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? What attracted you to it? You know everybody would say, yes, I'd love to play manicured. There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. This is regulation they're not there seems like. In radioactive that all the rules breath. School is it. You know it's GonNa. Be Poked Science. Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. She looks sadly conventional. She wasn't I mean look the to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. Rees looking very. Cameron, you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. WanNa play this woman. This does mischief to be had. And I met my John Nice. Yes, she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. It was exciting to me. And I probably could even. Could have been pushed found from my case even.
"greer" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast
"I hope they read that way. I hope people read them and get that that there's there's a holiness there even when I'm talking about awful things. And my and my poetry. Also helps me, too. Well. It's helped me to be more. Intentionally grateful to God. But also a to appreciate the Bible more. Literature the Bible. Is actually leading me. into. A new kind of spirituality. So! Yeah, they're very closely connected. Just a quick break till it. You know what's happened in the rest of the Catholic. Culture Dot Org podcast network, the biggest news is that over at Catholic Culture Audio Books James Mayevsky has started his most ambitious production yet. An unabridged recording of Saint Augustine book on Christian Doctrine, one of his most famous books alongside the city of God, and the confessions on Christian doctrine was one of the first books ever devoted entirely to the art of scriptural interpretation but it's content is even more varied than you might expect from that description so i. highly encourage you to check it out just fine Catholic culture audio books in your podcast APP now finally enough to of the other poets mentioned in this interview with Jane greer are featured in our to other podcasts, one of those being way of the fathers with Michelina if he didn't know Mike is a poet as well as a patristic writer, and later in this interview Jane. Jane mentions having published. Some of his poems back in the day. This month Mike is covering one of the most controversial church fathers ever namely origin, and meanwhile on criteria, the Catholic film podcast. We are having James. Matthew Wilson, who's a five time Catholic culture podcast guests, and one of the other poets who wrote a blurb for Jane Greer's latest book. He'll be joining James Mayevsky and I to discuss Ingmar Bergman's classic movie. Wild strawberries, which is on the Vatican film list. If you appreciate our podcasts at Catholic Culture Dot Org. Please know that we run on donation. So if you'd like to help us out and keep going, you can always go to Catholic culture dot org slash donates slash audio. You mentioned talking about things that are ugly. You have a lot of poems dealing with last seemingly lost or things related to it like you know not not just in the sort of physical sense, but. People having affairs whatever their motives are you know they gets into the obviously the psychological element of these things as well. I wonder if we could hear the last home in the book. Actually this is one of two poems that has a nice two part structure that I like this one song of the passer by and early in the book at the center of the university both. are have this kind of. Two part reversal structure that I that I enjoy. Right on I love to price structures I.
"greer" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast
"Took. Everybody, welcome back to the Catholic Culture podcast I'm very excited about today's gas about who I can say I think as the the best compliment could give apropos to this interview is that she is an actual poet and that is Jane greer. Jane was founder of the plains poetry gentle, but today we're here to discuss her own poetry, which is recently? Recently published in love like a concentration from lambing press. This is our second collection of poems her. I was in Nineteen eighty-six Bethsheba on the third day, but this new compilation love like a conflagration actually includes that first collection as well so this is basically her collected poems here Jane it's a real pleasure to have you on the Catholic Culture Podcast, welcome. Thank you I'm really glad to be here. This is exciting I. Really Love Your Poetry. There's there's no other way of putting it. I posted one of your poems online saying. You were a stone, cold killer and the reason I put it. That way is because Your poetry gives the unusual. Sense that. I have when you know listening to good jazz or something like that like there's a real I. Don't know there's a real bite to it and. There's a visceral quality to it. That kind of GI. Just a what what's what's? What are the kids saying now? It's slaps the I. Don't know if you've heard that that that. Is. Pretty, pretty recent development I, think in our language, saying something slaps. Will Your poetry definitely slaps? It's got a great both in the the sonic sense it. It's extremely musical, but also in in its content it's got a lot of passion and intensity to it, despite being very much in traditional forms, and in it rhymes in you know has a danceable rhythm in some senses, and yet it's not I would not describe it as stayed at all. I, it's very very passionate and very aggressive in some ways. Well, that's..
Ohio State stages virtual graduation
"This year's college graduates face the unique opportunity of taking part in remaking the world twenty twenty graduation at Ohio State University part of the new normal the class scattered all across the country and around the globe and the commencement speaker apple CEO Tim cook delivering his address virtually from home he tells a ten thousand undergrads and thousands more graduate students those who need times of historical challenge with their eyes and hearts open forever restless and forever striving are also those who lead the greatest impact on the lives of others twenty twenty issue class president Kate Greer adds the pandemic got them started a bit earlier than expected pandemic or not we were always meant to go our separate ways we just happened to start the process a little early I'm timid wire
Ohio State stages virtual graduation
"Twenty twenty graduation at Ohio State University part of the new normal the class scattered all across the country and around the globe and the commencement speaker apple CEO Tim cook delivering his address virtually from home he tells a ten thousand undergrads and thousands more graduate students those who need times of historical challenge with their eyes and hearts open forever restless and forever striving are also those who lead the greatest impact on the lives of others twenty twenty issue class president Kate Greer adds the pandemic got them started a bit earlier than expected pandemic or not we were always meant to go our separate ways we just happened to start the process a little early I'm timid wire
Miami Dolphins executives 'comfortable' taking Tua Tagovailoa at No. 5 in NFL draft
"Twenty twenty NFL draft the Miami Dolphins black tourist talk about quarterback Alabama it did not nothing is for certain people soft that work out they said to themselves he looks really good he looks explosive I really believe the medically redshirt what that body the owner Stephen Ross had to sign off on this developing himself for one season let him fully heal and then no doubt about it plenty of fins fans like are too you know but I've stopped that too is headed to the sunshine state for the fins to a jungle by lower nose will play next year just doesn't know when the dolphin selecting the fifth overall in Thursday's draft might he wait until twenty twenty one to play again coming back not major hip injury that doctors have indicated he's on schedule to return this year the interest Chris Greer said the dolphins comfortable with his health despite the long injury history about NFL live Tim Hasselbeck rex Ryan on Miami landing too if you're assuming that tool was healthy I don't think it was all that close you know part of what happens when guys get drafted it's it's based on what they've done but also what they project to be and so you know for too well when you watch him play at Alabama there's so much you know conceptually you know what they were doing it I let them know that you can see translates the National Football League you can see him doing those things well obviously he did it under strain my high level the concern is the injury but when you look at Herbert I think the concern ends up being that you're facing a lot of them on potential a lot of it on what can be not necessarily what he has you know what he accomplished as a player in fact I thought he was held back a little bit as a player and not a word in offense so yeah I am when you look at it that way if you're making the assumption that the Miami Dolphins doctors were fine with his health but I think it was an easy decision
Jobless claims jump another 4.4 million
"Labor department just out with its latest numbers on unemployment across the country last week another four point four million people filed for first time unemployment benefits adding to the twenty two million people currently out of work it means in the past five weeks a total of twenty six million Americans have found themselves either laid off or furloughed and that still doesn't include those who haven't been able to log on to state unemployment sites this represents by far the largest streak of US job losses ever on record this month some economists think the unemployment rate could reach a twenty percent again nearly four and a half million more Americans filing for jobless benefits according to the labor department this is been a special report from ABC news I'm sherry Preston nine oh to the coronavirus responsible for over forty more deaths in South Florida the Florida department of health announcing twenty more yesterday each in Miami Dade and Broward for more deaths in Palm Beach county Miami Dade state high death toll climbing to two hundred fifty two and statewide sixty deaths were reported yesterday Florida will soon be able to increase the number of code nineteen tests that can be processed per day by eighteen thousand after the state signed contracts with two new testing companies come around his chances in dissipates we'll be able to provide results within a two day period these tasks that these labs will primarily be where we send our samples that we collect in the long term care and assisted living facilities and at the community based walk up sites and governor Ron DeSantis says that these walk up testing sites will be in Miami Dade Palm Beach orange Hillsborough Duval and Leon counties nine oh three Broward county teacher is in need of life saving help to beat the corona virus fox trail elementary Stephanie Miller is is on on a a ventilator ventilator at at memorial memorial west west hospital hospital her her mom mom says says a a plasma plasma donation donation from from a a recovered recovered patient patient is is needed needed those those interested interested in in donating donating plasma plasma can can contact contact one one blood blood more food dot drives are taking place today our own mobile Mike is out of the U. S. manor academy in Hialeah he's been hosting a luncheon for hospital worker exactly link clinic in Weston feeding South Florida is out and about just all over the place they're hosting a food drive from now until eleven at mills pond park in fort Lauderdale in Hialeah they're a good look Park City and Miami holding a drive thru only distribution and ultra down that the Catholic Church from ten to one and the city of north Miami has went from ten to one also at the Joe Celestin center in the fifteen hundred block of north west one hundred thirty fifth street and small business relief bills being voted on in the house this morning after sailing through the Senate the bipartisan measure will pump more than four hundred billion dollars into a popular small business loan fund that's run dry southwire congresswoman Debbie McChrystal pal says the bill provides three hundred ten billion for small businesses fifty billion for disaster landing seventy five billion for hospitals and health care workers and we've also secured twenty five billion for testing which is the key to re opening the economy and resuming our lives she says she's working with banks and lenders providing assistance so that they're ready to process applications as quickly as possible no word yet how long it'll take for the money to be doled out Sino foreign tonight is a must see TV for sports fan even though there's no timetable for football to return to the field of the NFL is going through with a virtual draft it'll be different we're ready to go Miami dolphins general manager Chris Greer says because a social distancing coaches in upper management will be in different draft rooms urgency about this process if and start the day with fourteen picks in the seven rounds including the fifth overall aircraft Regis news radio six ten WYO D. sun five universal Orlando plans to use modern technology to help it reopened safely universal exact John Sproule says that doubt they didn't actually say when the park will reopen but when it does yeah that virtual line technology will be used to enforce social distancing guidelines virtual line technology is already used at volcano bay to minimize the amount of time someone has to wait in line and spouse wants to to expand it to as many attractions as possible also adding that when the park first reopens there may be restrictions on how many people are allowed inside chipotle is now donating burritos to those fighting corona virus just buy a burrito on the website or app and add the code the number for heroes that's the number four followed by the word hero is in all caps each time that happens the restaurant will donate a burrito to health care workers coronavirus it's affected all of us we want to hear from you please go to W. 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"greer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Church radio you can also follow Dr Greer at doctor Steven Greer right there on Twitter I've got all of the links in my Twitter feed so you can go into that now Dr Steven Greer is founder of the disclosure project the center for the study of extraterrestrial intelligence and their wives known as C. study the Ryan project in Sirius technology advanced research LLC he has worked for over thirty years seeking answers to the U. a phony T. questions that confront us and his films Sirius and a good knowledge are two of the most successful crowd funding documentaries in history not released worldwide earlier this week is his latest film close encounters of the fifth kind we're gonna talk about that tonight I like to welcome back to coast to coast AM doctor Steven Greer Dr Greer good evening good morning where you are how are you I'm doing great how are you doing it so the sun came out today out here in Los Angeles for the first time in the month so we've got that going for us how are you guys doing on these girls alright I had a great mountain bike ride today and you know we're out hi I have a place on the country and fifty five acres that were always socially defense out there are restored joke but trying to make the best of that have been a busy week please you know just to leave the global documentary close encounters of the third kind of contact with John and and they're very exciting weekend the first I want to say it but thank you to everyone who crowdfunded dispelled a lot of people don't realize that there's no studio there's no investors it's all funded we have four thousand holders who have contributed up apple about right now eight hundred and four thousand dollars to get the film finished and get it out and I did this is the big shout out to everyone who who made that happen because it's it's been an absolute globally with thousands of people helping us well it's kind of weird that we're going through this strange period on this planet and to have a film release but for you it would it's kind of cool because so many people are staying at home and can go and have the time to digitally check it out and participate what was the rollout like earlier this week well you know we were going to have your invited with your wife through the big premier inn and LA LA live but of course we had to postpone that we will have it whenever they open the fifty backed up maybe in the summer but if we decide to go push forward with it because we want to get this out to the public and we did a online digital a virtual premiere for about four five hours on Tuesday the seventh of April and you know we had the hundreds of thousands of people participate and then we get that it concluded with a group global meditation amassed meditation and conscious now of for the healing of the planet though it was it was a great thing to do it without a big community coming together to help make that happen we had of course been rid of all of our plans for that but I was talking to the distributor before the premiere and I said look we're going to have to postpone the light the mayor but I think we should go forward so that people have this information and an offense fall on lockdown amid the re one the United States and around the world it's a fantastic product with people to see an educational film like that them at the same time you may have noted I don't know if you've got the Jimmy but we released a new app called the five contact absolutely your your Google or iTunes store and if an entire training program in consciousness medication remote viewing and doing what's called a quote as of the fifth time protocols to make contact with interstellar civilization and that him at the same time and it's exciting because of the that the documentary close compared with this time with the number one on iTunes but this app is number two on Google and number three on iTunes globally for educational apps though it's been a really exciting weekend and again thanks to everyone who's made this a reality yeah absolutely and after the success of the serious and on that knowledge it seems that you know you you've got the bar set really high now and they come out with this film at this time how important was it for you to make it well I I think you know about a lot of people knows what I'm about to say and and it's sort of it but shocking the people of this film is the heart and soul of really what I've been working on even though most people know the best for having founded the global disclosure project and disclosure movement but that was an outgrowth of a contact maps contact that happened in March of nineteen ninety two when I had about sixty people on a beach with may I was just merging into the field of and interested your job working full time at the ER doctor and trauma and we were out on the beach near Pensacola and we were doing the C. D. five close encounters of the fifth time because the five foot short some protocols in for easy craft popped into the sky it ended up being felt but also photographed and ended up on the front page of the Pensacola paper the next morning which ended up changing over the course of what I was going to do because with them a few days I was approached by the head of army intelligence and a bunch of other intelligent people basically he said what the hell do you think you're doing and I said well whites when what we're doing we're forming a set of the diplomatic corps to make direct contact with the civilization I work in a bypass you clown and the government because you've made a mess of the US and Israel they were not really please with that answer but and after some threatening cajoling that you know I've made it very clear that this is what we're gonna do but because of that it got on the radar of a man who a year later reached out to me who was the head of a think tank in the DC area Washington area whose friends with the current CIA director for Bill Clinton and asked me to do a briefing for the Clinton administration and the CIA director and that will prove a year later in nineteen ninety three so the entire disclosure project and movement happened because of the very successful contact the band that got on the radar of the intelligence community and and you know it's one of them call me you got that figured out there was that a town of interstellar communication using consciousness remote viewing and techniques that will link up to interstellar communication systems that actually picked up what I call a quantity of directed spot if we if we pick up a radio signal with our cell phones our radio station D. R. the collision thank you I'm sure you heard me mention this at the beginning of the show the collision that seems to be in front of us between science and the physics and that side of things in that community and the consciousness the side of our community are headed directly for a train wreck the two need to crash into each other don't they we're getting pretty close our way well it in reality now of course man I'm dating myself here but as in the in nineteen seventy three seventy four I got involved in meditation and consciousness and became one of the early meditation center people who went around the world but not meditation centers using this sort of a Vedic Sanskrit form of meditation and what would happen yeah and this is now you know course forty six forty seven years ago right the scientists at Harvard robin Benson another's we're finding that consciousness with perfect theme of the physical world and then later of course Dr Jon at Princeton professor emeritus of engineering I had the Princeton engineering anomalies research lab where he had random number generators that we just kick out the euros and one just randomly but usually you know according to probability would be a belt above fifty percent zero to fifty percent one but they found that when people are just put in a room or even far away would put their consciousness on those random number generators and intend them to put out St more one zero it would ship the clover and with no wires ever touching or anything and this was reproducible there began to be an empire Blue but that grew out of the sixties seventies eighties mainstream scientists discovering that consciousness and what actually was in bed it and transcended space time with that limited by space and time but paradoxically with at every point in space and time and this of course explain how and why the CIA got very involved in remote viewing and adequate you've seen the movie a doctor Russell target with a laser surfaces for for Lockheed became one of those early remote viewing specialist at Stanford research international as well right and he's in this movie talking with us about the fact that you've interviewed him on my YouTube live stream onto the people can see that interview grill yeah but he explained that their defiance is actually been settled for a very long time that the conscious healed isn't limited to your brain it is in fact a field of of awareness if you would look at it that way that isn't limited by space or time which means you can see something in the future you can remote view something from the past you can see something going on right now in real time and and the science behind it the experiments have been done on this down to the level of studies with photons with photons will change direction creek Honda totally because the person running the physics experiment if thinking about literally them to death this is them that was on the front page of of Newsweek and time in that in the nineteen eighties the what what you find is that there's this disconnect between the people in so called spiritual religious field and a lot of fine and they're simply not aware that in reality this is settled by the the other part for me which I think is great is all of this is discussed in the film but it's presented in such a cinematic modern way it's so great to look at but you've got all this information and knowledge coming out for those that have no idea you know around the world what is C. E. five protocol may be it is was that part of your intention to make sure that you reached the broadest audience possible yes for sure I mean you know when we did the national Press Club then in two thousand and one and found it you know with public with the disclosure project after working from nineteen ninety three trying to get the government here and abroad to do something you know call that had around eight hundred billion nine hundred million people all that now after that I realized that most of the public to even understand what was going on here so we began a project to bring more more that information out first with the documentary Sirius which is did you see that prickly on my YouTube channel and without allowing a half two hours a special documentary feature film and then unacknowledged came out three years ago it reached number one on iTunes and Netflix and it now has over six hundred fifty million people globally so what I do the reason that came out three years ago that I realized we needed to reach more people with an indepth expose of the secrecy what they're keeping secret why they're keeping it secret etcetera which is one hundred.
"greer" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Church radio you can also follow Dr Greer at doctor Steven Greer right there on Twitter I've got all of the links in my Twitter feed so you can go into that now Dr Steven Greer is founder of the disclosure project the center for the study of extraterrestrial intelligence and their wives known as C. study the Orion project in Sirius technology advanced research LLC he has worked for over thirty years seeking answers to the your phone ET questions that confront us and his films Syria's entomology or two of the most successful crowd funding documentaries in history now released worldwide earlier this week is his latest film close encounters of the fifth kind we're gonna talk about that tonight I like to welcome back to coast to coast AM doctor Steven Greer Dr Greer good evening good morning where you are how are you I'm doing great how are you doing it so the sun came out today out here in Los Angeles for the first time in the month so we've got that going for us how are you guys doing on these girls good I had a great mountain bike ride today and you know we're hi I have a place on the country and sixty five acres so were always socially defense out there are restored joke but trying to make the best of that have been a busy week we have just released the global documentary of close encounters of the fifth line of contact has been gone and and they're very exciting weekend as the first I want to say it but thank you to everyone who crowdfunded dispelled a lot of people don't realize that there's no studio there's no investors it's all funded we have four thousand warders who have contributed up and live out right now eight hundred and four thousand dollars to get the sound finished and get it out and I did visit the big shout out to everyone who's who's made that happen because it's it's been an absolute globally with thousands of people helping us well it's kind of weird that we're going through this strange period on this planet and to have the film release but for you it would it's kind of cool because so many people are staying at home and can go and have the time to digitally check it on printer and participate what was the rollout like earlier this week well you know we were going to have your invited with the white through the big premiere and and LA LA live of course we had to postpone that we will have it whenever they open the city backed up maybe in the summer but if we decide to go push forward with it because we want to get this out to the public and we did a online digital virtual premiere for about four five hours on Tuesday the seventh of April and you know we had the hundreds of thousands of people participate and then we concluded with a group global meditation amassed meditation and consciousness of for the healing of the planet so it was it was a great thing to do and it was the community coming together to help make this happen we had of course been rears up all of our plans for that but I was talking to the distributor before the premiere and I said look we're going to have to postpone the light the mayor but I think we should go forward so that people have this information and in a sentence for a long walk the album is that we won the United States and around the world it's a fantastic time for people to see an educational film like that then at the same time you may have noted that I don't know if you've got this Jimmy but we released a new app called CP five contact absolutely your Google or iTunes store and if an entire training program in consciousness meditation remote viewing and doing what's called the close encounters of the third time protocols to make contact with interstellar civilizations and that came out the same time and it's exciting because of the that the documentary close comparison the fifth time with the number one on iTunes but this app is number two on Google and number three on iTunes globally for educational apps so it's been a really exciting weekend and again thanks to everyone who's made this a reality yeah absolutely and after the success of the serious and unlike now aged it seems that you know you you've got the bar set really high now and to come out with this film at this time how important was it for you to make it well I I think you know about a lot of people knows what I'm about to say and it and it's a little bit but shocking the people of this film is the heart and soul of really what I've been working on even though most people know the best for having founded the global disclosure project and disclosure movement but that was an outgrowth of a contact mass contact that happens in March of nineteen ninety two when I had about sixty people on a beach with me I was just emerging into the field as a person interested you know I'm working full time at the ER doctor and and that trauma and we were out on the streets near Pensacola and we were doing the CD five close encounters of the third time because the five short of protocols in for wrapped up into the sky it ended up being a film but also photographed and ended up on the front page of the Pensacola paper the next morning which ended up changing the course of what I was gonna do because within a very few days I was approached by the head of army intelligence and a bunch of other intelligence people basically he said what the hell do you think you're doing and I said well likes like what we're doing we're forming a set of the diplomatic corps to make direct contact with the civilization order to bypass you clown and the government because you've made a mess of the US and they go they were not really pleased with that answer but and after some threatening cajoling that you know I've made it very clear that this is this is what we're gonna do but because of that it got on the radar of a man who a year later reached out to me who was the head of a think tank in the DC area Washington area whose friends with the current CIA director because Bill Clinton and asked me to do a briefing for the Clinton administration and the CIA director and that will quit a year later in nineteen ninety three so the entire disclosure project and movement happened because of the very successful contact the band that got on the radar of the intelligence community and and you know it's one of them call me you guys that figured out there was that a stone of interstellar communication using consciousness remote viewing and techniques that will link up to interstellar communication systems that actually picked up what I call a quantity of directed fought if we if we pick up a radio signal with our cell phones our radio station Z. as the collision thank you I'm sure you heard me mention this at the beginning of the show the collision that seems to be in front of us between science and the physics and that side of things in that community and the consciousness the side of our community are headed directly for a train wreck the two need to crash into each other don't they we're getting pretty close our way well it in reality now of course man I'm dating myself here but as in the in nineteen seventy three seventy four I got involved in meditation and consciousness and became one of the early meditation center of people who went around the world but not meditation centers using this sort of a Vedic Sanskrit form of meditation and what was happening yeah and this is now do you know of course forty six forty seven years ago right the scientists at Harvard we'll begin Benson and others we're finding that consciousness with acting in the physical world and then later of course Dr Jon at Princeton that the professor emeritus of engineering I had the Princeton engineering anomalies research lab work he had a random number generators that would just kick out zeros and ones just randomly but usually you know according to probability would be a belt above fifty percent zero to fifty percent one but they found that when people are just put in a room or even far away would put their consciousness on those random number generators and intent of the put out St more one zero it would ship the Kerr and with no wires ever touching or anything and this was reproducible there began to be an empire Blue but that grew out of the sixties seventies eighties mainstream scientists discovering that consciousness and thought actually was embedded in transcended space time but the only emitted by space and time but paradoxically with at every point in space and time and this of course explains how and why the CIA got very involved in remote viewing and adequate you've seen the movie a doctor Russell target with a laser system for so long he became one of those early remote viewing specialist at Stanford research international as well right and he's in this movie talking with us about this I thank I just interviewed him on my YouTube live stream on Tuesday people could see that interview Karelia but he explained that their defiance has actually been settled for a very long time that the conscious healed isn't limited to your brain it is in fact a field of of awareness if you would look at it that way that isn't limited by space or time which means you can see something in the future you can remote view something from the past you can see something going on right now in real time and and the science behind it the experiments have been done on this down to the level of studies with photons or protons will change direction creek cognitively because the person running the physics experiment is thinking about literally them either this is them that was on the front page of of Newsweek and time in that in the nineteen eighties the what what you find is that there's this disconnect between a people in so called spiritual religious field and a lot of finances and they're simply not aware that in reality this is settled science Z. the other part for me which I think is great is all of this is discussed in the film but it's presented in such a cinematic modern way it's so great to look at but you've got all this information and knowledge coming out for those that have no idea you know around the world what is C. E. five protocol may be it is was that part of your intention to make sure that you reached the broadest audience possible yes for sure I mean you know when we did the national Press Club then in two thousand and one and found it you know with public with the disclosure project after working from nineteen ninety three trying to get the government here and abroad but to do something you know meaningful that had around eight hundred billion nine hundred million people all that now after that I realized that most of the public to even understand what was going on here so we began a project to bring more more that information out first with this documentary Sirius which is if you see that for free on my YouTube channel and we fell out and a half two hours a special documentary feature film and then unacknowledged came out three years ago it reached number one on iTunes and Netflix and it now has over six hundred fifty million people see it globally so what I do the reason that came out three years ago I thought I realized we needed to reach more people with an in depth expose of the secrecy what they're keeping secret why they're keeping it secret etcetera which is.
Arkansaw - Nearly 3 dozen who attended church event test positive for coronavirus
"While nearly three dozen people who attended a church event in Arkansas have now come down with covert nineteen officials with first assembly of god church in Greers ferry Arkansas that's a little more than an hour outside of little rock it's a thirty four people who attended the church's children's event earlier this month have been diagnosed with a corona virus they sent unknown number of others were still waiting for their test results the church's pastor and his wife were among the first to come down with a virus they have since recovered faster mark Polinsky ask for prayers for health care workers he says everyone needs to take this medical threat
Country music legend Kenny Rogers dies at 81
"Country music legend Kenny Rogers has died her name Greer spent more than six decades and let the legendary mark on the history of American music Rogers had twenty four number one hits including the gambler lady Lucille and she believes in me is a six time CMA awards winner three time Grammy winner and a member of the country music hall of fame Rogers died of natural causes Friday night at the age of eighty one his family planning a small private service out of concern for the corona virus but they say they'll celebrate Roger's life with his friends and fans at a
Fashion and War in America
"Are currently in the midst of international fashion week. Yes and last week. We talked about the origins of the semi-chaotic relationship between fashion and Hollywood film. But we only got into the nineteen thirties so today. We're moving out of the thirties and into the nineteen forties. Which of course takes US straight into World War Two and on the show? We've talked a lot about fashion and war as it relates to Europe during World War One and World War Two but less so about the relationship fashion and war in America and it's actually incredibly fascinating because throughout the nineteen thirties. America's changing perception of their homegrown talent was reflected in Ariz- leading fashion magazines. Such as Vogue and Harper's bazaar at both of those magazines began to feature American fashion designers more and more throughout the decade. Elizabeth Haase reflected on this transitory period in American fashion in her book. Fashion is spinach which was published in nineteen thirty eight and in it. She writes quote in the late twenties ninety percent of the drawings and photographs. Where the work? A prison couturiers and. She's talking about Vogue and Harper's bazaar and then she says many pages and both magazines are now devoted to close created in America for American Life. The outbreak of World War Two and nineteen thirty nine mark significant shift in the fate of American designers who having continued to operate in the shadow of Paris throughout the nineteen thirties. Were suddenly left to stand all on their own and during the German occupation of Paris from June nineteen forty to August nineteen forty four. Many of the leading French couture houses were forced to close and those that did remain open did so under severely limited operations and some pretty severe restrictions as well right and for those of our listeners. Who might not have heard? April actually did a fantastic interview on stuff. You Mr History class which we featured a couple months ago so check it out if you want to learn more about fashion world war two so for the French fashion industry. This meant that communication with America during World War Two. It meant that one of their most important export markets was almost entirely broken and in one thousand nine hundred one after American designers and manufacturers presented promising fall and spring collections New York Times fashion journalist Virginia Pope well. She declared Murck City to be the fashion center of the world and AIRCON designers may have come into their own during the war but they did so under restriction and regulation beginning in nineteen forty two American fashion designers had to grapple with restrictions imposed by regulation l eighty five which were government imposed sanctions at severely limited. Just what designers could and could not produce the purpose of l. eighty-five was to conserve materials. Needed for the war effort and this included fabrics such as silk cotton wool. Leather Rubber Nylon. So you know pretty much. Every material that you need to make clothing and footwear and the regulations thus restricted just. How much material could be used in the making of new garments so we had campaign such as make-do-and-mend which encouraged people to avoid shopping altogether by mending their old clothes. Something we of course support very much today. L. eighty-five essentially challenge the very nature of the fashion industry itself. As we all know depends on the production of new seasonal clothing styles to stimulate consumerism and as we establish last episode Hollywood films while they were actively complacent and encouraging fashion consumption throughout the nineteen thirties and costume designers like their fashion designer. Counterparts were not exempt from L. Eighty five regulations during the war in an eighteen. Forty four article in the New York Times renowned Hollywood costume designer. Edith head called L. Eighty five quote. The greatest boone ever came to fashion designers in Hollywood so it would appear casts that in the nineteen forties costume designers still considered themselves as fashion designers. And she goes on to say about eighty-five quote. It vanished super luxury and brought us all down to Earth. Today we create sensible styles for women the kind that they can actually wear and she goes on to say how. Well I remember the day when we would swirl Fox skins around the hem of a secretary address or wipe satin uniform on a trained nurse. Now we hold to stark realism and by this time had been the head designer at paramount. For seven years she had taken over for her predecessor. Travis Banton in nineteen thirty seven and head like baton began her career in film working with Howard greer in the nineteen twenties as a costume illustrator before climbing the ranks and indeed head is certainly one of the most prolific and fame designers from the Hollywood golden age. Numerous books have been written about this prolific designer who April has eight Academy Awards for best costume design and wait for it. She has four hundred and forty four credits. On that's intense. She worked for almost sixty years in the film industry so she had an incredible career her first credit it dates to nineteen twenty five and her last film is dead. Men Don't wear plaid with Steve Martin. That released after her death in nineteen eighty two so she died in one thousand nine hundred. One at the age of eighty. Three head is quoted and Margaret Bailey's nineteen eighty-two book those Glorious Glamour Years as saying quote. I do not consider a motion picture costume designer necessarily a fashion creator because we do the script tells us to if we do a period piece then we recreate fashion. That was done before. And if we have a character role we do character close. It is only by the accident of a script that calls for fashion an actress that can wear fashion that some of the beautiful clothes will emerge. I don't consider myself a designer in the sense of fashion designer. I am a motion picture costume designer. So just how did head go from identifying as a fashion designer in Hollywood and the nineteen forties to firmly distinguishing herself as a costume designer by the end of her career? I love this answer. You pro because it actually lies with the advent of yours new-look which is a little unexpected as many of us know nineteen forty seven witnessed this dramatic and sudden change in fashion. Thanks to the unprecedented success of Christiane Yours Premier collection and he introduced dresses with nipped in ways. Those padded hips and full long skirts and they stood in direct contrast to the war regulated fashions of years prior which is why so many people loved them. Unfortunately for the many films released the year that this change took place. The costumes were immediately glaringly out of fashion again. Dino Dior's new look was significant reminder. That though film cost you may be perceived and interpreted as fashion it will never be able to truly contend with the whims and follies of contemporary trends. And Edith. Had designed costumes for eleven films that were released in nineteen forty seven so to say that she was affected is a bit of an understatement. Here and looking on this period for the book. Edith head's Hollywood edith reflected quote. I learned my lesson. The hard way just offered Dior brought out the new look every film I had done in the past few months. Looked like something from the bread lines with each screening. I vowed that I would never get caught by fashion trend again and became a confirmed fence sitter. Although despite her weariness of fashion trends did not keep her designs from apparently sparking them as was the case with address she designed for Elizabeth Taylor and a place in the sun which was a nineteen fifty film in a nineteen seventy-eight article for the American Film Journal. Edith wrote my dress for Elizabeth Taylor and a place in the sun was taken up by manufacturer of debutante Party dresses. Someone at paramount wants counted at a party thirty seven Elizabeth Taylor's dancing. All studio designers have created something that influences fashion. But a good costume designer. Shouldn't try to influence style though. Naturally he hopes to hit upon something that many people will like
Fashion at the Oscars, an Interview with Author Bronwyn Cosgrave
"Here to talk about the Academy Awards wisher just this past. Sunday right casts. Yes now I get to talk about all things red carpet I mean. This is arguably the Oscars arguably the most highly anticipated of all red carpets throughout the year. So you know we're here to talk about the Academy Awards and the Academy. Awards is the annual event of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences which is an organization established by among others American Phil Magnet Louis. B. Mayer who was co founder of the Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios and it was founded in nineteen twenty seven and the academy originally had about thirty six members and that included quote unquote. Hollywood royalty like Douglas Fairbanks and his wife at the time. Mary Pickford and the Academy was really focused on promoting the Hollywood film industry at a time when it was not yet. The nationally internationally celebrated epicenter film production that it is today so the Academy Awards. Ceremony was instrumental in helping establish. The Hollywood film industry's reputation by celebrating. Its achievements across five branches so giving awards to producers actors directors writers and technicians and the First Academy Awards was held in Nineteen Twenty nine and unlike today it was not a broadcast event but was rather a ticketed private dinner that was attended by two hundred and seventy invited guests and this was held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in L. A. Dismay will mark ninety one years since the Academy Awards debuted on May Sixteenth. Nineteen twenty nine and things. Well you could say that they've changed just a tad today. The Academy's membership has blossomed from thirty six members to somewhere close to a thousand and from its original five branches. It now has seventeen. Over twenty million people across the US tune into the Oscars each year and has really become one of the most highly anticipated televised award shows of the season and millions of us tune in just for the pre show. I would argue and we do that because we WanNa see our beloved movie. Stars walk the red carpet and why can only be described as high style? I mean so. Central is celebrity dress to the Oscars that the pre show is televised live so that viewers like April and I am Oliver Address. Listeners can get up close views of their favorite celebrities attires before they even take their seats so talk show hosts interviews stars about what they wear while others give a play by play in studio and you know on various platforms across the Internet. I know I shared all of my favorites on instagram. And the revelry all things Oscars fashion does not end here of course in the days and weeks that follow as in every year a ceremony and special edition magazines will be printed that are dedicated to this red carpet fashion and of course the Internet will be aflame with talk of the best and worst dressed. Cast we've come a long way from that very first private dinner in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and this has sparked our curiosity about just winded. The Oscars become as much about fashion as film and I started to research this topic and kind of dive right in but it was not long after. I began Researching that I came across. Bronwyn Cost Grace Fabulous book made for each other fashion the Academy Awards and of course I reached out to her and I am pleased to say she is joining us here. Today Bronwyn welcomed addressed Bronwyn. It is such a pleasure to have you here today. Welcome dressed thank you cassidy. I'm a huge fan of dressed. So it's lovely to be with you. Thank you so much and I have to say that we're here today. Because you wrote this fabulous book and I'm sure you've done a lot of interviews about red carpet fashion because of it your made for each other fashion and the Academy Awards. It's such an incredible book. You have this Great Inc. A primary source materials quotes newspaper clippings. And then there use these vivid descriptions to bring these nights and events to light and I just want to read a little bit from what you wrote about for the First Academy Awards which not aired because this is pre television but may thirtieth nineteen twenty nine for instance you write. A corruption erupted on the stretch of Hollywood Boulevard. Outside the Roosevelt Hotel just before eight PM at two hundred and seventy film industry. Silent screen notable slipped from a convoy of luxury automobiles and into its cavernous event. Space the blossom room. The Academy's prominent guests included Mary. Pickford NORMA SHEARER engine starlets Marion Davies and Joan Crawford. Lean and tanned. These actress lovely looked as delicious as their sugars. Spun Party Vapor a Waxed Candy Replica a Cedric Gibbons Golden Academy Award Trophy. So it's really these details that transport the reader back in time to that moment. So thank you. You must have had a wonderful time researching and writing. This book will thank you. I actually did not have a wonderful because I understand that because you know it's really it's really kind of you to notice the intricacy that actually went in to the writing of this book. The book took me three years and every single day of that was almost every single. Damn it was really one solid year of writing to the homestretch but for about two years. I scoured honestly. The world for information about what women wore the Oscars and my book really is about women and what they went through to get dressed and the great thing is that I did discover you. Know the bulk of that material in Los Angeles at the Margaret Herrick Library which is an academy library and a lot of it had never really been looked at and I'm also went to visit the great designers I went to the Dior Archive and John. Galliano actually called the archive and said you know. Help Bronwyn with what she what. She needs whatever she needs. Giorgio Armani also took it really seriously and help me. His team really helped me. I was very very fortunate. There's a great trust. One of my favorite dresses in the book is what we shall. Yo War when she was nominated for Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and that dress was created from millions of Swarovski Crystal in Hong Kong by a very gifted designer named Barney. Chang and I what I actually noticed in the process of researching this book and why it took so long was that I kind of discovered a paper trail of identifying dresses and actually looking at the designer a designer attached to address in a caption say and looking at that dress in thinking that does not look like the work of say Howard greer who was one of the early costume designers and not all of the names turned up in in indexes for example addresses. So I really had to look hard and not believe what I saw imprint and that is something that I really noticed with fashion. History is that there will be a sort of myth associated with something. Say A design. Then it's not always the case and you really need to read between the lines and and go back to the primary source material and then to contextualized that all you know and put it in right into this story. This really captivating story. Yeah it's not an easy feat but you did it beautifully. Thank you but oh the one thing I will say about. That is that the book does also revolve around a celebration every year. So that really anchored the book the actual ceremony. Where you know. That was Super Fun. I watched every Oscar ceremony. That had been telecast. That was the first thing that I did so every Oscar ceremony that had been televised. Say I think it was like Nineteen Fifty. Four certainly the mid fifties onwards and really got to work with that material. Which was the fun stuff? Actually
"greer" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"Tony yes you know what I think it might be time for. Are we going to get to know each other. I think we might get to know. Each other are just a little bit better and I feel like we have a spring in our step more about it now though well. We're getting to know each other. I feel like we are getting in there. And it's it's kind of weirdly fun. I found some quote unquote uncommon. I estate questions from a website called man telling dot com. Yeah for the record. Don't love mentality but let's ask each each other are one question and and you know really dig in all right. Do you WanNa go first or do you want me to go first ladies first so you didn't see in God. We have fun boy. I'm GonNa give a relatively simple one. How many siblings do you have? If any I have two older sisters that makes sense to me. Why is that that makes sense to me because you are a very again gleaming this from very little information just from hanging out with you? You are a guy who seems sensitive sensitive to women and not to somewhere like not like do she. I'll take that sure. Thank you are you are you. You're like I hate them both. Both I don't speak to either one of them. No we all we all get along with the differences. They are seven and eight years older than me. I believe you believe yeah. Yeah I always forget that we're in the park I can tell you. Here's here's the. I can always remember if people's birthdays but I I always forget the actual age. It must be nice to live in that world. What are their names? Their names are ham in Stacey. Yeah from the Mid West Yeah and also very of that era. Because you're forty one. Yes and so they are either forty eight and forty nine or potentially if deep deep potentially forty five forty six no I feel like Pam and Stacey are from another era. Yeah a little bit. I agree yeah you you don't meet a lot of people with those teams still and you do not here even with all the old names coming back in my kid's classrooms. You don't hear Payments Stacey a lot like oh my oh my God this is pay Hemi Stacey. What are your parents names? Oh I know your dad's name. Yes because it's Harry Dick Herald Richard. What's your on Jan.? These names are like so midwest yeah of time. I'm like I'm not gonNA break out. I'm not gonNA do anything wild. Let's keep it all real safe all right Tony. What's your question for me? I feel great about my question for the record. If there's a record I feel great about Aww that gave me some insight. I'm sure I'm sure someone's keeping a record somewhere I wanted to ask you. What are people often surprised to learn about you? You know what I think that I am actually a very strict parent anyways. I really take parenting. Pretty Seriously uh-huh and I'm fun in terms of like I like to use humor and we joke around but I have very clear rules that she has has to follow and I make her stick to them but I think people sometimes mix up my show character who actually is a very apparent for being like I drink in the day and leg. I'm a crazy mom I think I'm a stricter sound super lame But I think I'm a little stricter of apparent than people would imagine. Okay do you think there's a specific. Is there like one thing in particular that a uh seems especially strict that you feel like is like your biggest. I guess it's not even strict. It's not like I I just. I'm very in clear on. It is my job to raise you to be an independent being who can survive out in the world and sometimes when she's like I don't want this or I you choose or this and that and I'm like no no actually I have a job and my job is to raise you to be able to be out in the world and you're not GonNa like a lot of that but if I don't do it then I'm not doing my job well and I like to do my job. Well whatever my job rbis. Yeah so so. You're a mean mom is what you're saying. No No. That's what everyone is hearing. Well what if that's being a mean mom then so be you know I just I take it seriously and I don't let her get away with a lot of stuff on top of that. I have nothing. I'm not embarrassed. I'm I'm very proud of it. I just think people are surprised when they get to know me. They're like wow. You really actually think about parenting quite a bit. And like you know my daughter and I have a great relationship and we laugh and all that stuff. But it's you know that's what I would say. I mean it's not the most exciting funny hilarious answer pretty. AC Stacy had an undercurrent of a certain humor. Tony it's been a delight or just okay spending this time with you. I look forward or not to meeting again. I'll be on the edge of my seat. Hey if you listen to this and you enjoyed it. Why not go to apple podcasts? And leave us a review how many stars you GonNa Aleve. I mean I'd I'd love to be five me to also a you had a good point before if you like the show you have a couple apple things you'd like to switch or you have a couple like I'd love this or I don't love this. You can write that in the review but you can still give it high stars. Yeah don't take it so so goddamn. I'm literally just be loose. Yeah it's the opposite my parenting just loose also subscribe follow so as a savage pod all the places and We'll see you soon bye bye..
"greer" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"And you find it kind of refunding. Try It okay. I'm going to talk a little bit. Just because this is supposedly the theme of the podcast about growing up because and also the fact that you are a grown person who I know for a fact you are a step mom. Does your children get you own own home. You're able to work hard and you're still going to pet psychic. Yes so you're left behind who you are to be grown up can. We're you scared about the idea of what it means to grow up. Yes you're right. So what is your fear of being boring. Yes yes that's the Sierras of your ear is I mean I guess you could say like turning into your parents but really. It's just about being boring. That was my fear too and now that you are taking up. Do you feel boring. Yeah you do. Yeah but like I. I don't know I mean what about your life is boring. Lonely life visit boring but like I kind of want it to be more boring because tired okay. Well that's a different story not you are. You're like I actually am tired words. I'm just tired but I remember someone saying I know I work a lot and like someone saying only boring people get bored and I would say that like I'm literally never bored so I don't think I'm boring. 'cause you to me at least yeah so you ha- so my point is feared your fear. was you become a grown up in you become apparent or you get married. I was very scared to be married. I don't know why like I was just like yeah. Look I didn't have great role modeling for it and I was like you know one of the reasons I wanted this show such a good relationship on my TV show. Because I was like my relationships good but I think most people a lot of people are scared about this. Yeah but you are now here. Are you are a grownup and you are not board. Thank you know. I wish you could almost be. Sometimes I want to be a little bored like I just WANNA like slow Out I think that's just because that's someone who works really hard hours. Yeah Yeah Do you have any like moments where you're like. Oh I I feel like a fucking grownup like we're something turned in your head. You're like is like what there was a couple buying my house so I was pretty young when I bought it like I still was like Holy Shit like Because if I don't pay this yeah then I'll I'll up probably be killed. You thought you missed a payment. That was like such a huge failure like have to lose your house which now I think is not a huge failure. It happens a lot and like but at the time I was just like so afraid and because I buy a house that was like just at the top of of like my budget you. That's what you do get what you say. You're not the top topped this and then you're like so that was scary and then it needed so much work. Yeah I was like Oh never bought the house but like I can barely you know need so much work but then there was also a time. When I'm on only child? I went home. visit my parents once for a weekend and I was single and I'd been single for awhile and they were like. Have you thought about doing any estate planning lake like in case anything happens to you or you don't get married or whatever and you like you know like have you thought of that and I was like Oh ooh hot when you say that. You're supposed to be saying that to your parents. I know sewer. You like faces estate planning. I love great clever word at any time and it's always true. It's it's always always true. That's how I dealt with that adulting. Did you estate plan do you have been. I went home. Did I like estate plan. And then I met Dean Johnson and then you're like fuck it and then I was like well I have a state planning and he was like me to shake your leg. Show me one booth. Yes so I can take. What are some of the Weirdo nerdy? Things that you like to. I like to knit. I guess you loved anything. I think. I work a lot because I know a lot of downtime at work that I can knit. Yeah and the only reason that you're taking jobs that I I love it. I love it and I like to do that. And then what else do I like. Well I read. I mean that's kind of boring but like Oh but reading is not boring in reading this book right now. That is making me so afraid all the time. Oh God what is it. Although we cannot see who I've read it. Oh it's so good. It's so scary. I find it to be really scary. And then What else I like to go see live music? Which is enduring? Yeah I shy was more. That's one thing that's gone the wayside for me a little bit I. Yeah I think like 'cause something had to give yeah I will say something's got to give it. It's going to see who will bands and also be in. The know of bands took like a legit hobby. That's something that like if you don't like if you just like you have to kind of keep up with anybody because once you're once you get behind it's like wife and try it. Might I just WanNa just kill myself right is that seem legit. Probably should actually myself okay. We're GONNA take a no no no I will kill his name. I The manifesto and I will post and blame you come. Let's take one quick caller and then I'm GonNa let you go on with your life life all right all right so let me go. This woman is calling from Marin County Jan got questions about being grown up okay and her. Name's Gina she knows. You know you sound cool. It's Andrew Savage and Judy greer. Hello Andrea and I hear with Judy greer career on just for the record which was me like. Hello Hello. ooh very impressed by all parties. That are on this phone company. Such a lovely. You don't make her you choose to pick thank you. I love you. Gina thrilled to get to talk to you. Ghetto uh-huh you live in Marin County. which is a gorgeous area? I do so beautiful Let's just get right to it. You question about bank accounts that I thought was very intro. Yeah so I I. I'm married I still do not have a combined bank account with my husband grownup that we don't know We don't share any of that Gina and people think it's so weird rising anyone's business by the way I think it's totally totally normal because we're grown as women. Yeah why do we have to share a bank account. I totally agree because you wrote that question like like I you combined combined bank accounts with someone else and I wanted to tell you you don't you don't but if you want to see I think it's so weird. Yeah I think I can sell long but go ahead whenever I have friends who have the combined bank accounts and they talk about each other spending like really gives me a panic attack. I'm like why do you know you bought a AH. That's not your business and I feel like if you can by the way this is only I feel like if you're a dual income family that you're able to actually pull this off. Yeah but ORG. That's true yeah so I understand that. Some people can't like just do this but if you are a dual income family I do think and my husband and I talk about mortgage or whatever and he pays this and this and we split it up yet but I love that I know what he's spending his money on and I love that he doesn't know what I'm spending my money on. Both both of us are responsible. People out there like I have to start with an alum exactly bending on something shady and do you know. Do you think it's kind of hard to keep it separate. Yes I know I like. What do they do? What did he do for gifts? Are you like Oh look at that time a race that you've bought me you've got a good deal. It does that work. I realized agreement. You're getting Simon Bracelet. Janey you can buy your diamond bracelet and he'll never have to know about it Gina. I love you this was. I don't think we help I. You can say but thank you for inspiring did help or know that like Ulta. There's three other women in this room. That don't share a bank account so that is true. We you know what we're doing. God's work firing basically talking to be not. I'm never going to do it. Never even if one of you lose your job and you really should do it. Still don't still it. Dealers is if he wasn't his job. I'm going to have to go ahead and leave right about point. Oh Yeah we leave him through Gina. I feel like maybe she's right Andrea. We're here loses his job. He walks out on. Yeah Yeah I don't for the record I I'm not a more this gina also if that happens please contact me the leaving my husband around then and then go around saying God yes by Gina. Have a fantastic antastic day by GINA. Great chatting with you guys by Judy. Let you go. I'm going I want you to do one thing for me. Okay okay rag about yourself. Okay tell me what you think you do stuff just you fucking crush at. I'm really good at pouring one and liquid like I'm really good at pouring liquid from one canister to another. That's extremely difficult. But let me tell you why. I never brag about this weird. Where would this ever come up? I'm always afraid I'm going to do a talk show. And they're gonNA make me do it on the talk show and then I'll spill and then they'll be like see you're we're not good at it. So what is your trip. I mean that is legitimately. I'm not joking incredible skill because I cannot do it. Most people can't it's all about confidence and uh-huh and I'm not saying I'm confident and always on my life but you just have to commit and just do it okay. I feel like I do that. But it's still dribbles kind of a weird thing. I'm I'm GonNa have you judy. Thank you for sharing that we will thank you and myself picking share with me and for being here and good luck with your butthole. Thank you thank you good luck with your butthole and Tony. If you're listening which you are. I'm glad you weren't here.
"greer" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"Know right now ellen. Talk is just talks to Mary for me. Boy I know. Oh okay yeah all right nor what. You just not Dr Ellen. The pet psychic knows. How often is ellen in in your life? Well I've I had one session with her but now it's the present I by people when I buy presents. And did you legitimately thank. You found something out of this or did you hundred percent. What did you find out from Allen Dr Dot Elon Elon? Does she have any sort of actual credential credential. I forgot got to look at but a ellen did tell me that. Mary bites my husband in bed because she's afraid he's going to roll over on her because he sleeps so deeply. I know that to be true. Judy that's helpful information. You think a psychic dog psychic these to say that how would she know that Dean Sleeps so deeply. How would anyone know no that except for Ellen because talking sleep so deeply women's leap light like men that a things he really did? You know a man that's like a such a light sleeper yeah uh-huh I just have to but you don't. Because then their snoring the deep they don't have problems falling asleep problems going back to my friend. Steve says that he has sleep issues. So it may have off Ellen told me that. Mary was abandoned by a man that she loved. And she was so afraid that we were GONNA dump her. And we're not Arcana dumper every rescue dog and also. She said that. Mary liked her food and all she wrote it on the rag right every day so she also said that. Mary doesn't have any medical issues and she also said that. Mary didn't know that she could opt opt out of being born again. So that means had there are past lives and that Mary jumped right into this body body. Her little soul got into this body not knowing that she could opt out and like move on so. We told Mary sue wish she could next time around doesn't need to pick a body anymore she can be done and does Ellen Same Mary. Mary's got it. Now where does is say. Mary's Understanding Standing This Little Ellen Tells Mary that like Ellen tells Mary like no dude. It's cool you don't have to do it again. 'cause Mary doesn't like the birthing process. She doesn't like being squeezed through that whole none of us being tight hole. But that's how we all got nine now Ellen knows all right we're gonNA take a quick break and we will be right back guys. Have you heard of an APP. Called Neum n o o m I know it's that time of year again. We're where we're got our resolutions. We've got goals for the year and a lot of them are health related not just losing weight but also you know no improved just mood stress anxiety feeling good exercising more having more energy and this is really interesting APP because it mm-hmm is all of those things in one and it's personalized for you and it approaches health and weight loss from a cognitive behavioral. Hey Vural approach and kind of teaches you. Why you do the things you do? And then gives you all the tools to break the bad habits and replace them with better ones. So it's sort word of is a health program where they have everything all in one place for you and it's personalized you have your own goals specialist who you talk to. Who Helps you through the program? They have recipes. I go on it. I'm not trying to lose weight per se but I've tried it and the the articles are really great in terms of tips on food replacement and tips for feeling better because I have a lot of stress and anxiety breath in all of that stuff and it gives you better choices of things that will help you feel better there's also a big community on it. So there's a big support system which I think in my life having a support system when you are trying trying to make big changes is super helpful over eighty percent of numerous finish the program and over sixty percent have stuck with their goals for at least one year which is is pretty amazing..
"greer" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"Buying something that we're buying bank that thing thing you just committed by the way whatever it is. I'm buying it as in a male grooming products Genita-. This is what we need in our house. I'm hoping that sponsors how to keep it all under control down there. I was hoping it wasn't a mattress because I don't need a mattress but I I guess I'm buying land or some ball sheets. What are they like the there's like a barrel embalm so I think he meant sheets no but not a bad idea? They do this because now i WanNa talk about my company that I started from McGrath without perfect. I'm GONNA throw because because you don't like games but I love them and I'm trapped you hear 'em I like to do hypotheticals like everything else about the same okay. So we've had the same history. You know everything about me. Okay you show up to my house today. Yeah and there's a large monster truck. Parked in from an awesome white K raised is highs will go. ooh And you come in. And you're like you have to climb up a ladder to get in and you need a hoist. Step or a mini ladder. Okay which is kept in part of the cab like a little ladder for people getting you get in your like. WHO's that and I'm like? Oh mine just got it. I'm so excited uh-huh and you're like oh I didn't know you had you were instructed and I'm very serious More earnest and I'm like Yeah I love trucks and you're like could I go gopher right and I'm like I'd really rather you didn't I actually really. This is just something for me and I keep this release separate okay and then. I'm Mike. Are you ready to do. The podcast can't get past that what do you say. Do you say something like what goes through your mind. Now how do you think of me. What what's I okay? I I say like you're fucking joking. You're fucking kidding judy. I know it seems like I'm joking but honestly I'm not. This is the one thing that gives me happiness and the one thing thing that like is just for me and I like to just sit in the cab and I just have a white interior and it stresses me out to think that some of Sheen's might rub off on it. Yeah I after. I was sure that you were not joking. I think like you like one percent more uh-huh I'm going to give you a couple. Would you rather is real fast. Okay you ready. Yeah you said you like them. Would you rather fight one hundred duck sized horses or one horses duck the word the horse the the little horses. I just need duck size horses. You think you can say that better. I feel like I go the other way. I mean the the thing about the big duck is that you could hide from it. Yeah well there you have to fight it. But I don't know like I do get one good I mean do you. Duck is like big a loaf of bread or bigger but imagine a hundred of those coming from all their horses. He's like Oh yeah guys I mean I just. I'm so curious curiosity aside you have to fight these. I know but I couldn't hurt him. I would lose okay then the duck. I couldn't hurt the B.. Does this hurt either. A whole lifetime. I can't I can't judy though. I know you're not hurting them. You're just stunning them. I mean if it's like a boxing being metro you get points in the no one dies. Nobody's dying I would do the big duck. The horse is doc but I really WANNA see all those tiny horses. Would you rather have no knees or elbows. Wouldn't you just fall to the ground like if you don't have those joints your arms or legs. Don't work they just are straight. Oh you either have used rate arms or straight legs for the rest of your life one hundred percent arms. How would you eat? We've come up contraptions ends at the ends of them that bend and I just have to have a widening the longest sentence to have such Barham. You'd have to have long utensils. You'd have to have such a wide berth. How would you drive? You push your seat back so far. You'd have to sit in the backseat. You'd have to get a special car that you sit in the back seat and then you have your straight arms arms then in front of your straight arms. You have your contraption. I know 'cause you couldn't you couldn't drive a straight legs. There are cars for handicapped people that drive only with with your hands okay. Well then there's probably cars for people who only drive with their feet. Maybe so I feel like straight arms I could get around that straight legs. I want to be able to still bill dance dance man. Not I mean there's dances you can do is straight legs but not like not like you're not. You're not the way I danced. Judy would you rather drink a bottle of hot hot sauce or convince stone person there are a robot convince astound person. They're a robot. How would you do that well? It depend on the person you know. Okay I would have to use my. I would have to use my tools of understanding people and and like how stoned are they. I mean like really stoned Owned like they have to be enough to believe that they're wrong. Yeah I feel like you. Just tell them they're a robot but that's what you gotta give them a little proof. Will you could start by talking. About how like the human body is really like a robot and then when you really think about it we're all kind of just robots like the programming and then there's this book called becoming Supernatural Troll by this guy. Joseph Dr Joseph Dispense talks about. How like really like were so imprinted with DNA from generations and generations and generations before us that like we are kind of like robots really? We don't make any real choices. Were only making choices that have already been made by our ancestors from generations before. Because there's there's so much shit tied into our DNA that we can't even get outside of our head understand like we think twice right now. No is it working. They've sold sold okay. Would you rather only be able to listen to the same song or only be able to watch the same movie for the rest of your life. Movie what movie. Oh Oh I'm never watching any other movie but the only movie you get to watch or there's one S- isn't interested indefinitely the movie but this is an interesting question because you watched the movie over and over that you love you've or do you watch the movie over and over that you're like whatever because like you don't love it you love. This is part of the gut. Would you rather are so important wirtten in life so in work. Why don't you just do the podcast called? Would you rather if I could do a podcast where I just when you were at that I know and then just do stupid games like hypotheticals. Would you rather do what I'm trying to telling my friends. I'm doing a podcast house just to get them to hang out with I. Would I think I would say to see. Oh that's a great movie. You'RE GONNA kill it though I know. Don't yeah I asked the big Lebowski then no but it's so long. What are the longest movie? Why do you want a long movie? 'cause I'm only watch one then I wanted to be the thornbirds. I wanted to be a long one so at least I am not like watching an like an eighty two minute movie I I I might choose the song and just choose because I know I gotTa Dance Losing Fuck you can right and I then I watch a series of dance themed movies like step up or other things like that where the musicals dance routines and then I just pick a song that Kinda makes me happy all right. Let's do one last one. Would you rather be able to speak all languages or able to speak to all animals buck. That is banana deal with it. Judy this is important. I go languages even though you know how I was gonNA say expect it. It's a good one for me specifically. Yeah which makes you a good player of this game. 'cause I WANNA pick one for odd people you're talking to even though. Oh I love animals I think I would wanNA talk in all languages. I'm I'm with you too. I also like to think we kind of can speak to animals just in our own way I do too and then like I don't WanNa know necessarily like command like squirrels like oh I want another another I wanted other ellen. Another one another like like okay. Like you're saying imagine. Most animals have a touch of ASPERGER's I just wonder like I doubt we're banking on. They have interesting thoughts and that hasn't been proven. I mean look I wanNA talk to my dog one hundred percent but kind of already do yeah well. She's so small and then you might find out that what she wants to talk about cheese. Already have ellen the pet psychic so like I I.
"greer" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"It's just like why like so great so oh great. I wish I could be excited that easily about anything let alone my husband's body but like where I was just like in. Its Purest Chris form. I just had to see it. Yeah and I was thinking as you were coming over here about a conversation that we had data from a couple years ago. Go by the way Judy and I let me just say we know each other. We've known each other for a long time. Now Yeah I. We read each other's weddings. Yes correct yes correct. Ah Yes I was at your wedding and yes I was at your wedding. And we've worked together. Facts all all facts back and I remember I remember pre Dean Johnson. Es Yeah Dark. So I was going to say that good old the drug. Can I tell you I in. We went to abate. We went to a dodger game with your husband a little bit ago and you were supposed to go. But you didn't get off work in time time and I was looking at Dean Johnson and I was like he's handsome man. I like I like I I was like I don't mean to freak but I was looking at him in a creepy way out of the game and I was staring at his profile and if he knew this now I know but I was longer than what comfortable in I was during going. He looks wchs crate is a handsome. I know. I know it's crazy. It's crazy I married someone so handsome. I don't think that's crazy I do. I was never like I don't know I I I. Yeah sometimes I you take for granted as you know the person like you and I just said the present. Hasn't you live with and every once in a while I'll just be like Dane. Yeah no I was Jiang and and happy for him. Yeah no I would again in a comfortably long staring at him. She was telling me about this bar by our house that he's gone like we go there and he goes there sometimes with friends to to get a drink. And there's like this really cute bartender and male or female female and she's young and she's like adorable and pretty she's all the things and she's always like you know giving she was giving him a lot of attention one time when we were there together. Attention like we were both there but she was like goes back to him. When I'm like it's fine? I'm happy for him and he went back the next day with a friend to get a drink and she was there and he was telling me he's like Jason's Jason's like like really indio and I was like that's so nice for him bike. I love that. That's the reaction. I am so happy for him. I'm I'm the same way you flirt right. But there's people look even I think it's I don't think he does either but I can't. I think what we do. Who is just like? I don't know I guess it's flirting but it's just who we are. But like we're chatty people who just have yeah but I've loved that there's like people out there who are like yeah. I want people to check him out to get that. I know that he would just like die. A and B like no one does. I'm gross. I'm like Oh my God well let them know that savage was checking them out of the old D game so the thing thing that you said to me one that I ever. I've never used but it's always been in the back of my mind as something. I should do it almost as one one of those things. That's just another thing. I should do that. I'm not doing you said when you go away with your significant other. You should always pack an outfit that they've never seen before. Yeah I think I might have said dress address. You did say address. Yeah because I believe in the dress dress you believe in the dress what. What's the power of the dress? Well boys don't know the difference between address skirt. He'll always be like remember when you had that skirt on and I'm like I only have two skirts. I don't know but he means dress but I think that like I don't know it's probably like not very feminist to say this but like I think that got the at least I know my husband asked me about my husband. He likes to see me an address. She likes to see my legs. He sounds like he likes to see your will andy and like I think it's I now remember imagining dean. Just like a dog and he. I'm imagining him. Humping who who have imagined humming the dodgers seep it. We were at like own deep shown up and then turn around and into the seat he was at the thing about the dress on the vacation is that it's like it's when you're with someone for so long I don't know I guess I think it's amazing Advice it who always stuck with me. mastic thing that you never. I've never done because before we leave. I'm always running around. I'm like why don't have time to was shopping for some new outfits. Seen everything so either. I'm pulling out something from like nine hundred ninety six that then. I don't do that I was GonNa say then I have to live with. He by the away would love that. Whenever I wear dated looking clothes he loves it? And I'm like Oh yeah. They're stuck in an old. Yeah I remember yes yeah I know but then I have to be out in the world and people are like well why so much shoulder pads I feel like you have made out with more soem and actors so many. It's like you have been well. You've worked more than any human being I've ever met you've been in every project for so long you came into the business. Got A job in media star wars movies. CBS Yes that's true and you never stopped. Yeah who are the top. Just Gimme top five top three. Because I mean you've got George Clooney Me Nicholas Cage. David do Coveney. I mean you have put your lips across this town again around. Have you had ever put it on another another part of their body. Not they're not their lips okay. I liked kissing lily. Tomlin the Best Harley Amazing amazing movie. I got to begin with her called Grandma that Oh my God i remember that poets wrote and directed it and he did it for her because he'd worked with her on admission and I play or girlfriend girlfriend in the movie and was it an erotic kiss well. I'm not sure which ended up in the movie but I got to kiss her and grab. This is so low. Hello I'm sorry fellows but that was the one that I was like like that. The now right before the scene happens do you. You're like I'm going in. What is it gonNa feel like because always right before you go to the first kissing scene? There's always like a little bit of like a Ho God. What is it going to be here? We go. It's sort of like on topic but do you when you're rehearsing onset like before you shoot the scene. Do you kiss in the rehearsal. I don't do you I always go back four now. I did like I had a scene the other day where where I did ed but like not like how we were going to in the scene but the I actually did it on purpose just to get it out of the way. Think if I play I've just I the first moment of yeah because in the scene where like we're a couple and we live together so we kiss. I will really feel like you. Don't kiss it's the people you live with but anyway that's another story but like I so I was like in the in the rehearsal Yes he has a little Ella and then I read in kissed him and I was like an that would be like where you're out in. Yeah and I think that makes sense because I will say whenever I have to give someone for the first time I usually feel like those takes are gone. Like they're we're not GONNA BE USABLE. Takes in general. Yeah I've never had to do a sex scene and you've had to do all of them by the way I'm like I don't think in that person that interns how you like your husband see just flashes skin and they're just like me need to get in there and the need to get in that I'd ever I don't know I'm not like like Megan Fox like you would think but the people while he told her people want to sue if you like. I'm always fascinated by this because everyone's like it's so you know it's like a job and I'm like no it's Tau and kissing people sometime over intimately we you. My husband had no joking thing like a long time ago. Go and he talks about all the time about like how. You're like joking with him. And he's like yeah but it's like work and you're like yeah but still they do kind of feel little something for each other and when you I was like Oh but like you kind of would know but yeah but now you would still like an he was just like oh he thought that was the funniest fucking thing and he always talks about You know he's sort of talking about joking on also Gaza. Yeah all right. We're GONNA take a quick break. We'll be right back with the delightful. Judy you guys it's Andrea. Let's talk about shoes. Have you guys heard about Ross. He's shoes I just got my first pair. I'm very excited Rockies that's what the T H I feel like sometimes it sounds weird when you say it. is the company that makes super cool shoes for women out of recycled plastic water bottles. And they're super comfortable bowl and fully machine washable. I just got slip on sneakers a deep navy and I also have my eye on the gray cammo and they're super comfortable all I love them. I also recently found.
"greer" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes
"My name is Judy. And here's how I say but holes Hello and welcome to Andrea savage a grown up woman Hashtag buttonholes. I'm sitting here with Mr. Tony faxed in my friend and Co host. A Hello uh-huh I don't know what that intro was. What it felt great Tony? Yes are we going to like. I was thinking king. We should have a meal together. I think we're at the point. We're getting through the season. We should get a meal call one of these evenings maybe after work and see what it feels like for you and be out in the world. Are you opened yes. I that sounds delightful. I don't think it'll happen because I I don't you don't tax me. I just invited you to dinner I know but this is is this is this is Showbiz Shit right now. Okay first of all have you had to say the difference between me being on the air and off the the air. What I don't know you know you get on the spot in these things and you give me so much shit? I just WANNA give it back to you you you know. But it doesn't work as well that derive dot claiming that it. Does you keep trying. You want me to just sit and just go yes Andrea. That sounds nice I I made. It wouldn't hurt all right. Okay Tony Yes will you go to dinner with Yes all right you want to pick a place. We're not gonNA tell everyone you pick a place that you lake let me and you And we will meet and we'll see. Hey where we've gotten. Yeah all right all right. I think I feel like you should pick a place though because I feel like you probably go out A I'm more than I do not know. I used to go out a lot more than I do these days ever since I started. I'm sorry honestly people I really am. I am only only at work or at home. Yeah my friends of fallen but this is why this podcast is too busy people right I have. I really go out very little place. I used used to go out so much more than I do. Now I live in Glen Rape so all right good places around and I always like ah going to somewhere new really good. So that's kind of why I was like why don't you suggest okay. Can you just take one thing off my plate. Oh I'm sorry Matrouh. It might be generous. No it's not generous. That's like I don't WanNa deal with Yupik. Yeah I do it myself Tony Tony Yes someone. INSTAGRAM tabby land photos. I don't know if that's how you pronounce it. tebow Lan T- byland photos. I don't know he he or she thought this person. This person wrote Tony. If you were forced to kill Andrea how would you do it. My friend Andrea. Who invited me to dinner? I would never kill her if I had to look. I'm not malicious. I'm not saying I know. And that's what I'm I'm GonNa you know. I think I would probably go a simple a simpler I don't want any suffering. Yeah I don't I don't want to I think You know just some some sneaky way to poison probably I feel like poisoning can be suffering. It could be but I'll make sure it's GonNa Ski. You're GONNA go quick. Yeah and here's the twist though that poison going right into your butthole wait. Wait wait a minute what are you suggesting you are going to insert poison into my butthole. How are you going to give me or my whole? You'll be dead. What do you care? Well I'm not dead before you put the poison my body you'll be right after this makes absolutely no sense. Yes I will go dead after you get towards my how how do you get to my butthole. While I'm alive to put the poison in it to kill any you leave that to me. I'm not leaving that to you. People are not casually getting their my butthole slopping I. I'm just formerly just casually now. No one's getting their my butthole. If that is the way I went I feel like that would be a good headline right. Yeah we saw it and you know we didn't. It's it's it's like. Yeah what is the word I want but yeah yeah exactly I secret it it. Yeah like do you know I it. I learned this recently You know the old group from the Jannine Dean. Do you know that they had that song. deadman's man's curve. Yeah Jan Jan.. That's on sunset right. I believe like shortly after that song was huge. He got into a terrible car accident. That put him in a coma on deadman's curve. Yeah this is my deadman's curve. This is my dead ladies Butthole congrats. Thank you speaking of dead ladies mud holes. Judy greer's are delightful guest today. That's terrible neither dead nor butthole. But she is a lady. Yeah and this is another one that I had to miss. Unfortunately and I was bummed because I've been a fan of hers I for a long time. She's one of those people that people like. She is great in person as she seems like her characters are just kind of her persona. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa say she's better. I know I know. And she's in season one of I'm sorry and she you see God she makes me laugh very very very hard and she's thirteen going on thirty. She's right now in the Halloween movies I think doing the sequel right now rested development. She's in the show kid. I mean this woman has been in every single thing author she. She's just the fucking best. Yeah does she. Maybe you guys address this I because I personally don't know this so we cut this out if this gets addressed. I don't remember hi cut. Everybody I figure I and plus I ended it so now does she actually had a because she's very funny enjoyed. That did she do comedy or is she she just naturally funny. Person does a lot of comedic roles. I believe she is a naturally funny person and just says a lot of comedic roles. I don't believe she's ever been a standup. I don't believe she. He came from like a second city or growlings or or anything like that. She's just genuinely just like a funny person. Yeah she's just she like truly brightens up a room. I believe it. You didn't get to see it but but but you should believe it the way she brightens up the screen boy. Nobody's I can't I feel like now it's just me repetitive of taking down. But you ask for it when you say ridiculous things like that and you do it purposely. You look on your face. Like I'm going to say something that Andrea will not enjoy and then if I just let it go people we're going to be like WHOA. WHOA WHOA but then if I keep always catching you on it? It's like maybe we shouldn't go have dinner. uh-huh ride this generator me and my butthole timing all right now. Let's Ah we're done here. Okay all right bye. No I mean we're just GONNA. WE'RE GONNA go hang out with Judy. Greer the delightful. Judy career. Judy greer. Here I am as I live every the day. Oh please come save. I can't Save Your Day Judy. If you can't save my day with a flavor doing here here I I duNNo. I Dunno judy. I'M GONNA have you pick up that paper in front of you and true you just getting in and say it. Well yeah put your name and Mine and you can say it however you want you can put a flourish. I you have often felt like this. Word is begging for comeback by the way and sometimes when I say it like about as like an actual well one like my dogs one. I'm like I remember. I used to call people this. Yeah it's a great. It's and I WANNA get or like a boob like some him like member when you'd be like that guy's such boob and then it's like. Oh No. BOOBS are beautiful. And you can't use boobs as as a bad word anymore and I'm like but like it's just is like a thing thing that just hangs there that Judy. I don't think most people called people boobs except for like my mother's authors generation. He's a boo boos. Like a funny word. It's like yeah I agree. It's funny word. I just don't think words are being taken away from the Liberal Democrats which won and I won a couple of them back. That's all I have to say. I don't feel like anyone's taking boob away. I was just going to say that my friend WHO's like super like like lesbian feminist told me once I can't they can't anymore as a derogatory where like I can't call someone account and I'm like we'll wait and even understand like what other word I'm supposed to us and she was like because like vagina is beautiful and like I don't WanNA use female body parts is derogatory words anymore. Like I think bit league. We need to move away from that as society and I'm like it sounds like a high. It's not a word I like to throw around. There's something about it that I don't love but I don't. I don't think I the yacht saying because of PC reasons that makes me WANNA scream At my daughter's pick up that's your daughter's at school. Scream like right contr across the playground. If I'm being told I can't say it now. That person didn't that's one and people like always like ooh but I think there's something Ceylan vase on smiling do you. I mean but don't I've just so he's been like that word is just like ooh I still love it. But I'm not saying because I think it's offensive to Vaginas says this woman was saying to me and then I felt like boob was in that category but butthole is like fair game. Black Hole is fair. I'll say uh-huh no comment just getting kind of no am kidding. Okay here I go. My name is Judy. And here's how I say but holes. Oh it's so upbeat that whole do you feel honestly on a scale one to ten. How did you feel before cents? And then how do you feel after Like you started. You felt like you started pretty happy today. Yeah I started happy and I guess I feel relieved. Now that it's over because now I don't have to. I was like I'm just not saying the sentence until I have said the sentence it's less about the word about holes in more about like I've accomplished. The check did did not shower though you today. Yeah why didn't you like what's what happened. That the quick shower quick rinse down didn't happen because I have to do thing tonight we're after do Herron Mak- and then ice and then I still have like a workout fantasy today. So so I was like. Maybe I don't shower if you'd showered and I and I knew this information I'd be disappointed right like yeah my husband will just always like when in doubt shower but dudes can just do rinse off and it's like not a whole thing like for us it's a whole thing even if I don't wash my hair the moisture in the bathroom is still while while I will say this morning that shower capped it. Sure there is a thing where my husband will walk in the shower when I am going to get in the shower in my shower out. Great and he still is interested like he's still watching the show and I'm like what the fuck is wrong with you. I looking Same I know my shower. Cap Is Satin and blue with a Saturday night. Did get a cool one recently. Because I felt bad. What about it's cool it looks more like a turban on it's cool? It's still a shower cap but I think like if you're has been like my husband they're just still like do. There's a naked good lady in my house. They speaking about being grownups like there. I think my husband will always be like you're naked like my God because even like there's no like interesting lingerie or underwear or anything..
Why won't NFL teams hire minority coaches?
"Three head. Coaching spots have been filled this week. But none of those. Three coaches were minorities while the Rooney rule has been followed. Some are beginning to believe that minority forty candidates are not being taken seriously for the open jobs and anonymous African American. NFL Assistant Coach said that the League has quote finally shown. It's not the place as for black men to advance. It's ridiculous it's disgusting. We can sell tickets and make plays but we can't lead Shannon. Why isn't the Rooney rule role working? Well I think until skip this diversity thing yeah. Diversity is a great great to talk about but until you get someone the leadership position that says you know what. I don't just want to talk about it. I want to be about it so until you get older ships that actually wants to put some substance to this and this is what that you're GonNa get now if the general manager there's one general manager that's what minority and that's CR- Chris greer in Miami. There's zero owners that are it shouldn't say minorities. I guess because shot con radically a minority. But when you get the gist of what I what. I'm trying to say until leadership gets more diverse. You're I'm not gonNA have a more diverse hiring background skills. This was puzzling to be. Is that Eric. Enemy has the exact Zac job that Matt Nagy had negative and call plays any recall. Please man they can get the job. Doug Peterson sedinko plays true. Recall to play around Rivera's on but Ron Rivera was not the defensive coordinator in Philly. He he became a D. coordinator what's he got to the D. Coordinator in Chicago. You are you in San Diego. Yeah but he got his getting these enter coaching tree. Eric B enemy has the exact same job. That Matt Nagy Doug Peterson has and he's not getting opportunity is spirit but this. I don't really think that they go into it. Unless you incentivize this. Okay if you how minorities kill we maybe you have an extra three to five five dollars and cap space. That's the only thing that resonates with these owners because I get it skipped if I spent three billion. Let's just say I spent three billion dollars for a restaurant run. You Go tell me what the hell I need to cook. Cook whatever I WanNa Cook it there. And that's how they look at it. Jerry Jones spent money for this. This this mind you oh tell me why should get killed but but this notion that Oh and they brought Muhiba Marvin Marvin Lewis. He brought him in to to do that. Situation wasted the same with the giants the giants they had irebi enemy. They what Joe Judge Chris Rashard Rashard. Excuse me Chris Restoring. Yeah so now. Now we're down to one. Vacant Cleveland Reunion. I'm talking about how good already know. Angle get no frills JAYCO network skill. He already interviewed there. So you would now now the take my name off the leader and solid rubber solid. Take my name off the list. Because he's GonNa get Mad Max two and a half years if you're lucky that seems to instead that's all Jimmy can stomach now if you look at it they keep these. You look at Mike Patton. You look at all the guys they've had and these guys have had I think. Hugh Jackson stayed the longest at two and a half years. But everybody's been two years the list huge only two and a half two and a half long but you get you get these other guys you get pretty kitchens and you look at patent and you look at a I forget. Just give all these one year jazz. WE ACHE AAC CLEVELAND. That in Cleveland of the North this skill ruining rules a joke. I get it. You know minorities Cadillac. An affirmative action thanksgiving. Yeah but in -firmative action. I guess it's federal dollars. You'RE NOT GONNA get the money if you don't do this. The NFL is a is a private entity. So what can you do. What Ki- what can you give? Nfl Do not the so. I have been tracking this for a long time because one of my best friends is John. Wooten who is now the retired leader of the Fritz Pollard. Alliance and he was the driving force behind instituting the Rooney rule as I hiring practice in the national shirow all league and John's point from the start was I just need interviews because if a young assistant coach gets interviewed a couple of times times it gets reported in his name gets out there and if another owner sees that name enough over maybe a couple of years hiring cycles else maybe an owner says chee that guy. He's getting a lot of interviews. Maybe I should bring in. Maybe I should be more open minded to him. But if you're GONNA curse because if I get a a lot of interviews and I'm not getting hired was wrong why here the me getting hired cave liability with that. But John's point in the end was I'd rather have interviews than not have interests. Okay okay so let's go back to the stat that I use last week. The Institute of Diversity and Ethics In sports twenty nine thousand nine racial and gender report card for the National Football Bali. The League got actually an a plus for hiring of color. Assistant coaches right a sit a plot. Oh that's progress right. It got a deep loss for hiring head coach of Color White eight-plus assistance d-plus head head coaches. There's a big disconnect there and it shows you. That owners are fine. Oh hire two or three black assistant fine with that but nope nope. I don't want to head coach to be black. Right gives quite to the restaurant you can cook. You'll be in the bank but Michelle not the bridge. I roll up now okay so when I texted back and forth last we can use this last week of John Wooten just beside himself now. He is devastated by this this development his point was that only one. GM Chris Grin Miami. Point out is use. John's word heartbreaking because it could start with the GM right a black GM of or of color could be more open minded to say to the owner. Hey listen this guy is really bring him in. Let me let me introduce him to you right. The conduit to the owner can be stronger. Iran have I don't know six or eight black. GM right right. We've had them around the league four or but all of a sudden there's a dearth to rape Barma with Barma within Cleveland. He'd Gone Rick Smith who I know very well be in Denver. He interviewed for The Washington. Ashington John Daniel Snyder said head coach could be a head coach. Basically general manager after the Washington like who are the head coaching after the draft. The General Mattis. Okay so sometimes there is group think or shink sheep among the owners because in the end they do want to win right. And if they're looking around the League league and that black head coaches really successful they say well I want one of those. I want to go that direction right well. There was one black head coach who started to have success late in the year ear and he happened to be allied with Chris. Clear in Miami and Brian Floors off the Patriots. Well they started out all time badge for about what seven seven games fifty. Nine seven opening renders and then they basically it felt like they turned the whole roster iside down which they needed to do and then all of a sudden the last nine games they go five and four they upset the eagles and then they went to foxborough and just basically ended the season. I thought for the new New England Patriots playoff teams right. Okay so all the sudden Brian floor floor with the help of Chris greer. They're having big success. It looks like it's headed in the right drug us us but it wasn't enough of a splash to create momentum through the hiring process and right because John Wooden again texted me back with so many names he said we have so many in the pipeline. Who already started with Eric? B Enemy and Chris Rock. I think Chris Shaw Bad Year on defense but when I watch him interviewed when I watch his body language. It's a stunt man he's he's got. CEO Written all over him. He looks like a commanding officer to me. There's not enough black head coaches skip. Because because you look you look at Mike McCarthy guest job he hires the guy that gave him his opportunity coordinator fifteen years ago so you see the circle. We'll skip once you become a head coach. What do you do you go to the combine? You go to say elbow you got your drake. He goes to the coaches meeting and Yada Yada Yada and to connect with the boom boom boom right right. So if I'm not in that Lou. How do I get into loops? Because a rid of staff they said eighty percent of the jobs are never posted so in other worth people get hired somebody a friend or family member is not what you know who you know There in live the roof. It does house so to finish John. Bruton's list of pipeline candidates being AMEE. Chris Rashard Robert Sala. He threw Jim Caldwell on his list. Is Jim Colwell was highly successful zestful. Jim called wheel lost his jaw. Going nine and seven in two years Matt Patricia has nine total win and he's still got a job now he goldwell still doesn't have another job he in four years. He went to the playoffs twice in the last year he went nine and seven and they said well you know we need to move in a different direction. uh-huh and the guy that's replaced has yet to win nine total games in two years. Do you still own a still on the clock. Okay Steve wilks got one shot in time. I'm one year in Arizona and he was gone. He's now the defensive coordinator in Cleveland which probably didn't help his cause this year that much but I don't hear his name no in Cleveland right right on the list. And then there's Terrel Austin who's young stripes potential star coach and John Wootton into his list with Marvin Lewis who he thinks deserves a second shy right. Okay so Jerry. Jones did observe in qualified for the Rooney rule by bringing in. I Marvin Lewis. I think Jerry was shrewd operating waiting there. Because he didn't pick a young like like Chris Rashard type interview him because of Jerry had interviewed a young potential upcoming head. Black coach right. There's more pressure on Jerry. What was wrong with right? What's the problem exactly? He went to Marvin Lewis because he thinks Marvin Lewis is kind of old news right right. He got his longtime time shot in Cincinnati. Listen I still think Marvin did a good job job seriously. Yes okay he went. Oh and seven in the playoffs but still it was Andy Dalton Alton you re you with covering the NFL and you remember what Cincinnati before. Marlene got there was John. Carter number one overall. You Got David Cleland with the fourth. The fourth picket. You got big day to day and Wilkerson purse around the second pick in the draft year after year after a year people. Forget what I know. Marvin didn't win a playoff game. But they weren't even getting close to the playoffs for Marvin got there. No so I was disappointed in Jerry because you know my heart Hartz. I'd love to see Jerry Jones higher black head coach and I think I probably won't live long enough or Jerry will live long enough to know.
Seahawks get 'unique talent' Gordon off waivers
"The NFL wide receiver Josh Gordon has joined the Seahawks today after being released by the patriots he was claimed by Seattle Gordon was among the women's leading receivers twenty catches two hundred eighty seven yards and a touchdown through six games head coach Pete Carroll cold called Gordon a unique talent who can stretch the field Seattle had that number twenty a priority on the waiver wire meeting twenty seven teams passed on Gordon Dan Graziano on the will Kane show tell you everything you need to know about where Josh is at this point Greer mean yeah I mean I'm looking at the top of the waiver I mean why wouldn't mind we take a look right why would Washington take a look at number three like yours it doesn't cost anything you're not cleaning your contract so you know I I think this guy was twenty eight years old he has we're we're six years removed from this monster you're right at the end when everything's just going to think two thousand thirteen when he led the league in receiving even our next couple games anything other than that it hurt her and I think at this point he's not a guy that you feel like it's worth taking a shot on hello you're on the late which is the guy that probably doesn't have much less offered it felt like his off field stuff it's not about that meaning he did rehabilitate that in New England all the number get reinstated work directly with the league wanted and that's why is reinstated other people in similar situations but haven't been able to get back and he did so all indications are the time he spent in New England was productive time we played hard shut up a practice that are