35 Burst results for "Hahn"

DCENTRAL's Michael Huynh on His Crypto Journey

Crypto Current

02:02 min | 2 months ago

DCENTRAL's Michael Huynh on His Crypto Journey

"Today I have a very special guest building out one of the most amazing events that has graced both Austin and is now about to go grace Miami trying to make the industry feel a lot more loose than getting away from the rigidness of the web two world and now getting into what is the fun of what three we have Michael Hahn, who is part of the central, how are you doing today? Good, good. Thanks for having me on. I'm excited. Well, thank you for being here. And before we dive into your event, that's coming up in this November. First let's discuss a little bit more about you. Can you give us some background on yourself? Yeah, definitely. So a little bit about me and what I do in the industry, I started crypto full-time in 2017. I kind of dove down the Bitcoin rabbit hole and just kind of never looked back. So I initially started working with a marketing firm called lunar digital assets. So they were one of the ones that was they were one of the ones that kind of pushed me into learning deeper about Ethereum and a lot of other blockchains as well. And from there, I got a lot of different industry experiences by helping helping a lot of their clients. And one of the notable ones was polygon. So from there, build that relationship with them from Matic network all the way to polygon. And I was able to understand kind of like their work ethic and the work mentality of what it really meant to be what three company. And from there, went over to kind of like did a few other things, quick swap tokenomics, and then after that, we decided to say, hey, look, me and friends got together and said, you know, there's an industry that really needs really needs to find a way to creativity and be a part of a community within an event. So we found that little vertical, and we decided to start hosting conferences. And last year, we hosted our first physical conference in Miami called the central Miami. And we had 5000 people show up. We also had over a 130 sponsors, 30 plus layer ones and layer twos. And just like we had like 5 stages. And it was just kind of like a really good environment because we let everyone hang loose.

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James Hahn Blasts New PGA Tour Schedule

Fore The People

02:35 min | 4 months ago

James Hahn Blasts New PGA Tour Schedule

"James Hahn on Twitter are James James, I just follow James like a week ago. We'll disclosure. I love James Hahn on Twitter. He tweeted today. He tweeted today. Take a look at the new PGA Tour schedule and you'll understand why players are upset. Vegas to Japan. To South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. He says, for the viewers, it's a flick of a remote. For us, it's 20 hour travel days and tens of thousands of dollars in expenses. That tweet already has 1400 likes in 25, 30 minutes, and then he follows it up by saying, to himself, we should be playing in major cities, places where they have an NFL football team, not Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Us little guys have feelings too. All right? He has caught a ton of shit for these tweets, but he's right. But he is right. Listen to that. Listen to that, that 6 week, that's what 5 weeks Vegas to Japan to South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. Vegas to Japan? Yeah, so to South Carolina. So they're going to be the little guys are going to want to play Vegas because it's really in the season because it's a wraparound. So they want to get off to a decent start. If they get into Japan, they're 100% going because they're pretty sure it doesn't have a cut. There's no way they're going to have an event in Japan with no cuts. So 1000% they're going. And then I guess I guess presumably. You take that off, I would guess. Where are they playing? I didn't even see where they're playing. But they're playing somewhere. Like the golf course. It doesn't matter. The only set is ridiculous, though. But I'm like, that's got to be a new event, 'cause the only South Carolina I know is Hilton head that they play, but I think it's chattahoochee or chat, chat to Jesse or, oh yeah. That's something like that over there. It's really cool. But yeah, that's not an easy travel. Well, you can't even do that. Your host. You're totally host if you try that. I don't know what I mean. This is where the play. Basically what he's saying for the people in the comments yelling at clouds is like the big guys, they're probably getting their own way paid to all that shit. The Japanese event, the big guys are probably getting older stuff paid for. I would guess all of it. Maybe they can pay appearance feed money over there. I don't really know. But the little guys have to play all those and what he's saying is it's going to cost him 30, not 30, but probably 20 grand to do all those. Ish,

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'Let's Go Brandon' or 'Let's Go Braves?'

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 1 year ago

'Let's Go Brandon' or 'Let's Go Braves?'

"So I mean you know a lot of times pilots in the flight attendants make jokes and they're doing the whole you know had a buckle in the seatbelt thing that they still have to they think they have to teach us still to this day And a lot of times they do it to make it fun and you know joke around they dance sometimes right They sing songs They make little comments Nobody's ever really gotten upset by it But of course now let's go Brandon is now synonymous with the fact that Joe Biden's a failure That's really what comes down to He's failing at everything They know that There's this Democrat who spoke anonymously today and he said he's almost to the point of chanting Let's go Brandon now Things are that bad Because that's what it comes down to Chris Hahn who's a progressive political strategist he accused the pilot of sympathizing with terrorists The power of the plane the power of the Southwest plane of sympathizing with terrorists by the way And it also kind of sounded a little bit like he might have said let's go braves That's the other thing too is that the braves are in the World Series I mean there was of course the left accusing everybody of the racist chant and the chop It was that too But it's also possible that the pilot might have been saying let's go braves It's hard to tell But I don't think that would have been any better since Trump went to the braves game and did the shop that probably wouldn't even worse actually They might have the plane just for that for saying the racist word braves It's very hard to keep up with these people It really is But let's go Brandon is political speech It's protected speech It's satire it's parody It's tongue in cheek it's all these other things

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"hahn" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"A lot of people in my life a lot of people that i work with that i know they deal with the stuff and you realize unless you ask not gonna tell you about it. Yeah but a lot of people deal with the difficulties found to have a kid. Well it's interesting. I was in my twenties and thirties. I didn't have health insurance. I had my long term boyfriend. But i wasn't like there was like babies were nowhere. Nowhere nowhere nowhere. I was kind of raised to think. Like i was somewhat in control of my fertility and my decisions and that it was my body and my you know and i was the twenties. Were about figuring out who i was and my all those good things which are invalid. And i'm so glad. I would never have been ready to be a mother in my twenty s and even into my middle thirties like there's no way But then what. I think is the pickle. Is that our biology. Just that's our most fertile time as women so it's just sucks. It's like your spirits. Not ready yeah. Body is not in. The spirit is ready. The bodies like tap out. And it's like it's not in everybody's cards and it's not for and just strictly talking about. I think right now like women. I think people are waiting later and later to start families and with all of this technology that's available which is in assisted reproduction. Which is incredible. But then for people. Then i think also rely on it a lot now as a choice. Like i'm gonna wait because this is you folks false. Hope someday i think maybe it does. Because it's you know you look at people magazine. In there's someone on the cover was seventy three and you don't see all the story behind it and You know michelle. Obama just recently talked about having the with her kids and it was like a big deal in the book and it was so awesome that she wrote about it was so beautiful that she but and i so i think more and more people are like shining a light but and this puts it out there like the very in what i found eye opening about the movie and the way that your character in paul's character go about the hard business of trying to have a kid. It's like you'll make a decision and say well. This is what we're gonna do it. And then the second. Guess it the decision and said we're gonna do it this way. I guess it. I think on the outside looking in i was assuming it. Well my friends who are trying to have babies. They've decided on this route and they go down this path but in actuality there's turns all along the way all along the way we kept calling it the baby carrot. That would be dangled like there. Was this line in the sand. Like i'll go up to like we'll do up to this point but this is where i draw the line go further and then you go further because there's so many other options then you and that. How do you tell somebody to stop like. How do you tell somebody if if it's just takes one more egg or just one more round of iv for one more. It's why would you not do it. Why would you not do. I mean financially but like it is. It's an impossible rollercoaster to get off and i i. I think that's why paul at some point during it said to me this said to both tomorrow and i like this is waiting for godot and we were like totally baby. Yeah because it really does feel so existential like it's just this constant like loop that they're on they've even forgotten what they want like what the end game is really about the baby anymore. Now is not even about the baby. Yeah they forgot who they were before this baby they. They're just existing because if they stop and examine like actual grief and actually where they are in their life. There aren't where they thought they were going to be. When they're in their twenties their dreams you know they're in the same apartment. They thought they were going to have these careers. They know all those things that we like are running lights like all doing like running away from what we thought we were going to be and and think that maybe here yeah of actually confronting it and thinking like oof looking down the barrel of that final chapter and like okay. Who are we now. who am i. Now what do i want. They think it's this baby. But i don't know coming up kathryn. Hahn gives birth over this last year and a half. The world's been through a lot so on this season of the story of podcast will hear stories. Reminding us that even when times are hard can still begin again. Listen to our new season. Wherever you get your podcast. Did you bring any of your like theater train. I'm assuming you hours later. China but was there a certain part of you and your theater work that was brought to this film because it does feel and it breeds in a way that like a really good stage play. Does i've been doing. I think before this the work that i had been doing there had been an element of improvisation and i love that it can get tricky but this because the script was so baked fully cooked by the time we got it was like there was really. She did not want an improvising. At all. Which is actually like a huge relief. I think yeah. Because i could just focus on hit living in that moment so that felt like all i had was in this beautiful piece of writing. I didn't have to look outside of it. And all so that was on the script level. I think on the work level and then on the you know the back the back backstage level we all we shot in an apartment building. We all shared the same Paul had one bedroom. I had another bedroom and we shared a you know toilet in the middle and with so we basically had like a backstage area and the did call us to send we'd walk upstairs and go into the apartment so it did feel like theater in la. Yeah i read that to prepare for this role playing a woman who's struggling to conceive that at night after shooting you would go to where you're staying and watch youtube videos of couples trying to ivf. Wow i was drawn to these. These testimonials is video testimonials that are on youtube and there are many of them which i had no idea but i mean you. There's anything youtube says the parent of a twelve year. Old boy. i but but they for some reason it was like it just became my little ritual. Every night is that. I would just kind of like before going to bed. I would watch. Not even like really consciously. I was just like hung hungry to see them. So many couples which is kind of tell their stories and set them to music and it would just be these stories of their fertility journeys with either positive or you know heartbreaking outcomes and That's kind of how it seeped into my bones. I think this is the kind of movie that you do. And it inherently leads to conversations about your own life and your own fertility and your own mother. Whatever issues and you've talked about that before relation this movie but it's like i was thinking before this interview. Do we expect women to talk about stuff like this when it's tied to their work in a way that we don't expect men to like. Should i ask you about fertility or not. I would never ask about it. Yeah i was gonna ask you. Would you ask him about it. I don't even think i've ever thought about fertility as a man thing interesting..

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"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"They were like would you come back. They wanna pitch you this part in this show and that was it was so weird and like i'm telling you scott like i couldn't in my childhood dreams. I couldn't have imagined like a part in this universe. That would have been more fun like it was the bonkers or like an arc. That would have been more fun. I to play an actor basically. Yeah yeah no. It's such an amazing range of. Because i think what people she knows they haven't seen it is for the first however many episodes were see you guys as in in the visual format of sixty sitcom seventies eighties ninety s. I guess right up through the present and that requires a whole different style of actor with i would think in each one of them and and then of course revelations that i'm not going to spoil but i mean it it's it. Have you ever been asked to play a character. That is so big at times but be has so many different things to do. No it felt like we were back like like back a little town like we were doing like we were back at a summer reps like. That's what it felt like. I mean there are some days in which we're doing a bunch of time periods in one day and it felt that that joyful and the fact that we were able that there was always something kind of roiling underneath that we had like that we had the ability to to decide. At least my part had the ability to decide when and how and at what size things could poke through that was so That was always really fun to play around with like how much gas pedal and and like you said. The scale was really fun. Especially after having played such neurotic birds for chapter. There was some felt very fun to just let loose a little bit. Like it's really fell fun to is an actor. You dream about not about being able to play with scale and not like know like we've talked about at the beginning. This like i grew up looking at opera like it was so fun to be able to go back to that is like barest about it or you know that i still have that that smallness is in there but that i was i could i could be that big for a minute was so fun to work with those actors. This like we. I'm sure you know this but we. We shot that first one in front of a live studio audience. And that's what i want to ask you about because that to me. That's like a that's theater. I mean that's basically and be. I guess that is also since that was the first thing you guys did right so i would think that maybe by having real time feedback from the audience you could. You could get the best sense of. Am i going too big or not and and kind of modulate the rest of the way. Right i'm salt and also like the thing. That jack script was so brilliant two is because the jokes really felt so old fashioned that i was like. I wonder how they're gonna land because it's said today's audience. I don't know how this is going to work for shooting and in front of a live audience. We'll just play it for real and they weren't there with us like they really were. And i didn't really feel like we were doing that. Much winking really played pretty straight like we. There was like a little bit of winking at certain points. Like you know but we really played it pretty straight and i was so impressed with paul so impressed with with his physical comedy. I was so impressed with lizzy. I mean i just the whole thing and the fact that we had a rehearsal period so that we were able to walk into this feeling like an ensemble and feeling like a theater troupe and that first to start this journey together with that curtain call also felt very moving and the whole thing was so moving. Scott i really. This was a surprisingly deep experience for something. I didn't expect to be so so moved by. How long was was. Because i think you guys finish basically all but the finale prior to the pandemic but but how big a time commitment was this. It was much longer because we we thought we would have a hiatus of two or three weeks and then come back and do the finale but then the pandemic it's that we didn't get to come back to it until like august. So they had those editors had a really tight turn around. So i'm off all of them so we shot the finale in some pretty hot weather so i was also it kudos to the crew and everybody for keeping. This is down in atlanta right. It gets muggy you out in la. It was like the finale was. Yeah okay there. I would imagine you probably quite a bit of via affects worked was around that you were part of an around. Had you ever experienced anything like that. I have really flow part in brad. Bird's tomorrowland and with keith. Kegalle exactly keegan michael legal. He get a kick out of it also. Another funny stories with my child met him for the first time he said. What's that guy's name again and so i just always right. Hey give anyway. So he and i were in that movie together and so there was some vhs for that vhs. Oh my god catholic vhs ages coming in would've been in it with all the tour's wore. I wore a harness. I had three different harnesses. I was flung all over the place. I had like all the green screen. I mean it was so much fun. I had the greatest..

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"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"It's fair and when. I'm doing that kind of work. Of course all right so the main course we are up to agnes the nosy neighbor of wanda envision in one division which has been just a phenomenon for disney plus. I think it was satiated. The appetites of marvel fans who were starved during the pandemic they had they were supposed to have had black widow all kinds of things that got put off and so the first new marvel content after over a i think at least about a year. Was you guys rolling out with this. Which i enjoy marvel movies and stuff but i have never been as into something. They've done as this. Because i think it's it's it's plays on so many different levels and the fact that the to the sitcom eras are so smart and well done and all of it So i guess just to begin with you had sort of been i guess part of that universe with spiderman into the spider verse. But how does it come about that. You're now going to be alive full character in one of their projects. I know i mean talk about like not knowing what the future's going to hold. I had walked my managers set up a general over there. And i guess with these generals you could never hear from them again or could be something three years down the line or at number no so. It was just a random general with lou and mary lou and d'esposito mary levinas and they at the end of it. They walk me down the hall and they said oh. I think you know matt chapman. I think you guys People in common and my husband had worked with him. He used to run a theater. Company called the black dahlia in los angeles and. He told me that he was he. Was you know directing the series for disney plus. That's it and then the next day or the day. After i mean it was like right on the heels. They were like would you come back. They wanna pitch you this part in this show and that was it was so weird and like i'm telling you scott like i couldn't in my childhood dreams. I couldn't have imagined like a part in this universe. That would have been more fun like it was the bonkers or like an arc. That would have been more fun. I to play an actor basic. No it's such an amazing range of. Because i think what people she knows they haven't seen it is for the first however many episodes were see you guys as in in the visual format of sixty sitcom seventies eighties nineties. I guess right up through the present and that requires a whole different style of actor with i would think in each one of them and and then of course revelations that i'm not going to spoil but i mean it it's it. Have you ever been asked to play a character. That is so big at times but be has so many different things to do. No it felt like we were back like like back a little town like we were doing like we were back at a summer reps like. That's what it felt like. I mean there are some days in which we're doing a bunch of time periods in one day and it felt that that joyful and the fact that we were able that there was always something kind of roiling underneath that we had like that we had the ability to to decide. At least my part had the ability to decide when and how and at what size things could poke through that was so That was always really fun to play around with like how much gas pedal and and like you said. The scale was really fun. Especially after having played such neurotic birds for chapter there. Kim felt very fun to just let loose a little bit. Like it's really fell fun to know as an actor..

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"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Not well you know there was. There was a group called project. Lemon jello if that gives you any idea and the boys school in cleveland and i dipped in for a second and it was horrible but i would not say i was like a studied. Improviser never did any. Like sketch or improvising on like i never. That was not my standup. I never thought of myself as a comedian or that was never on the road. I i was always kind of the class clown and i. I think that that actually is that kind of atmosphere behind like that kind of energy really does help loosen up a set anyway like i think it's just help helpful just silly. It's helpful but i never thought of myself that way. So that was the first time i think that i had been like. Oh and i think it's really for me for me just has to be based i can't do it on nowhere like it has to be based in a lot of solid like a lot of i can if i know the script really well and i know who i'm playing really well but it's those people that can go from nothing and i'm like oh my god and your brains are blowing my mind. We're gonna we're going to bring up a couple of examples of your of your improving to great effect in stepbrothers. But i one thing between anchorman and stepbrothers. Which i to ask you. There's plenty of bullshit out on the internet. So i don't know if this is true but i have to ask there on the internet i know. Can you believe so..

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"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I love the town. I haven't been back. I i am a i think it was. The stillness for me was the idea of of the ability to be still on stage in feel enough. That was my. That was the thing that i think my biggest takeaway hard hard to learn and also because of feeling also that i'd always into was trying to get a good grade trying to like you know and that kind of was something that i really had to work through the first couple of times. I was on camera to. I was trying to get a good grade on camera rather than kind of owning my just being and being and being with my fellow actor and just not getting out of my own way. I mean that's the biggest well and so you talked about being on camera. That is not something. I believe that they teach tale right. That's not so you come out of yale with iran. What is that three years. Mfa yes so you come out of there. And i guess the blessing and the curse rate is that you get a Somehow you you cross the rate. Our guests of tim raines doing crossing jordan a nbc police procedural and he. I believe I think it was a part written for you. This this grief counselor eight. He wanted to work with you as i understand it. And you now what this means. Though is you've got to pick up and go to la and start acting for cameras which is not something. I don't think it doesn't sound like you were especially thrilled to have to go to l. a. and it doesn't sound like you were necessarily that i don't know confident to go before cameras having not done it before right. Well i mean a couple. Things had had a through williamstown. I had gotten a holding deal with nbc which was huge for me financially. And so. I don't know if if tim wrote this for me or not. I really don't dishes for it. So i don't think he had written it for me but on but i love it but i don't think he did but yes it definitely was at the tail end of school and it was real. I wasn't quite i mean. I was ready to jump into the theater like the my last year of school. I had begged and the faculty to let me do a play in boston. So i was taking the train back and forth to boston while i was still in school. I had done the amazing. Kate burton was doing head goblin. They turned me equity and cates. Still she says she remembers me like studying brecht. While i was like we were doing all. She was rehearsing. I was like the youngest made in the history. You probably any aba. I really old. But like i was not in my in my my plan was this. It was never. It wasn't a dream to be a screen actors theater in your mind. I didn't know i was written in this moment. It was i remember. I don the like the national tour of proof around the same time as as as as crossing jordan and it was like a real like it was it was. I knew that if i'd done that wouldn't be able to see ethan for so anyway. There's a lot of one of those moments of like. Oh my god. And then i got out to la and it was supposed to be just a three episode thing and it became like this beautiful really beautiful family in which to land out there. I adored those people. And you're there for In the end six years one hundred time. That's people don't realize how hard network act tv actors. No that's a grind could ever do it again. To be totally honest. Twenty two episodes a year is when they're great. You're like how does that happen. Like and this was a really. I mean it was a thank god. This group was as awesome as they were. I loved you know when we got married. They sent off like they were our family. Like i you know we got married with this group. I had my first child with this group like the. I'm forever forever just blessed and hold very dearly. Well fun fact quickly. i'll talk. Listeners is that there's a scene in which you're fending off a mugger on that show which i believe. Apparently according to him inspired is next show heroes. Which was there was some way that you did. I don't know if you. I'm sure you must have heard that right god. I don't know if i've heard that scott that's incredible. I wonder what seeing that was. There's something where you're being mugged and fend off like it was just the idea of a regular person that could have a super size anyway. That was something. I came upon here but i guess now that you know you suddenly go from no screen acting experience to a lot of it in a short amount of time and suddenly i guess you you start to maybe in the midst of crossing jordan off it was during hiatus says or whatever you start to get movie roles and famously as you've talked about and i mean those. Those early roles tended to be the bff of the protagonists literally from the first movie. How to lose a guy. In ten days with kate hudson through i guess the holiday any number of others And if not the best friend. Maybe it's the neighbor in the case of revolution..

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"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"So i don't think he had written it for me but on but i love it but i don't think he did but yes it definitely was at the tail end of school and it was real. I wasn't quite i mean. I was ready to jump into the theater like the my last year of school. I had begged and might be the faculty to let me do a play in boston so i was taking the train back and forth to boston while i was still in school. I had done the amazing. Kate burton was doing head goblin. They turned me equity and cates. Still she says she remembers me like studying brecht. While i was like we were doing all. She was rehearsing. I was like the youngest made in the history. You probably any aba. I really old. But like i was not in my in my my plan was this. It was never. It wasn't a dream to be a screen actors theater in your mind. I didn't know i was written in this moment. It was i remember. I don the like the national who were of proof around the same time as as as as crossing jordan and it was like a real like it was it was. I knew that if i'd done that wouldn't be able to see ethan for so anyway. There's a lot of one of those moments. Oh my god. And then i got out to la and it was supposed to be just a three episode thing and it became like this beautiful really beautiful family in which to land out there. I adored those people. And you're there for In the end six years one hundred time. That's people don't realize how hard network act tv actors. You know that's a grind man could ever do it again to be totally honest. Twenty two episodes a year is when they're great. You're like how does that happen. Like and this was a really. I mean it was a thank god. This group was as awesome as they were. I loved you know when we got married. They sent off like they were our family. Like i you know we got married with this group. I had my first child with this group like the. I'm forever forever just blessed and hold very dearly. Well fun fact quickly. i'll talk. Listeners is that there's a scene in which you're fending off a mugger on that show which i believe. Apparently according to him inspired is next show heroes. Which was there was some way that you did. I don't know if you. I'm sure you must have.

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"hahn" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"I love picking up my daughter from preschool and seeing her seeing being able to see her in her little circle with the other kids for a second before she's noticed me And see and always surprised by what What a beautiful autonomous person. She is and then when she sees me and her face the her the look on her face. I feel like my heart's to jump out of my chest. I just i. I feel like i'm gonna explode. I just feel like. I'm going to turn into a puddle just and vapor just float into the sky. That's beautiful. I love when i get a hot fudge sundae and they also have marshmallow sauce and and i get both put on and there is enough of both i. Almost i would say ninety five percent of the time. They don't give me enough and i got one on catalina island a couple of weeks ago and there was enough of both. It was the perfect amount of marshmallow sauce and hot fudge sauce. And i was like. This is the fucking greatest unbelievable. I love ohio in the fall. I love the smell of burning leaves. i love when the sky gets darker earlier at night Love all things halloween. I love putting sweaters. I love snorkeling and that moment when the waves kind of start to move you a little bit too close to the rocks and it gets a little scary and then you paddle away. And i just love that. I just love that experience of feeling. Like like you're improvising with the ocean like the ocean has its this power and you're kind of almost flirting with its with its power but you're respecting it. Jesus i love I love a road trip. I love i love when it's the i love when it's the four of us In in one car with a suitcase where everything. I feel like everything i need and the whole world is in the smallest little. You know middle machine. I love putting my feet up on. the dashboard. just listened to music really loud with them. I totally relate to that. Because i think what i love about when you take a road trip and all your stuff is in suitcases. You feel like you've simplified your life and all the chaos and all the loose ends and all that stuff you give your permission yourself permission for forty eight hours or whatever to just boil it down to this and you're just gonna not question that oh. I should be in the living room doing this. I should be. You'd like a toiletry bag like there's nothing more satisfying this might feel like my ocd. But i love. I love like a clean drawer. A love opening join being like everything has its place. She's a montessori kid. So maybe that's why. I love that we've talked for over an hour and we didn't even touch on your ocd. Until next time. So i'm going to have to have you back catherine. Evan feel like i should know. Write a check to you though for your therapy services. Feel the same way just draw. Thank you so much. This was worth the wait. It was there anything that you wanted to plug except my god. No paul you might hall. It's up verdict now. But thank you many. Thanks to a two kathryn. Hahn for a great episode. I really really enjoyed interviewing her before. I take it out with a couple of Will not a couple of one survey in one Email from a from a listener I want to remind you guys. Oh the website for my friends towel. The bamboo towel is get zoo. Dot com g. e. t. z. h. dot com and And you can support our show. Non financially by going i tunes and giving us a good rating that busa ranking brings more people to the show and they can also support it by spreading the word on social media. That's always greatly appreciate it all right enough of my yacking going to read a survey that was filled out. This is from the shame and secret. Survey was filled out by woman. Who calls herself. Freida she straight But qualifies it. She says but i have a big crush on lesbian friend Free to center forties was raised in an environment. That was pretty dysfunctional. Ever been the victim of sexual abuse. She writes some stuff happen. But i don't know if it counts of sexual abuse. I've blocked out many childhood memories but neighborhood man would fondle his daughter my friend in front of me and showed himself Yeah i'd say i'd say that's sexual abuse also. It seemed like i was constantly attracting crazy. Older men while walking down the street with my friend a man pulled over his car opened. The door leaned out and started jacking off. Same thing in the library in the hardware store these times with my parents and they didn't do anything i don't know what's more alarming. The these guys hanging out of the car whack in it Or in the library or the hardware store. Your parents not not doing anything How could that not fuck up your your opinion of of men you know. One of those things happening I would think would would make men's scary Deepest darkest thoughts. She writes that after twelve years of misery and dragging my mom down. My sick father would finally die so that she could have a little life before her alzheimer's totally consumes her What sexual fantasies are most powerful to you. She writes down on have any. I struggle for them. Actually because i'd like to like sex but sex makes me embarrassed it makes me feel stupid all that emoting and physical pleasure but sometimes i play the role the perfect sex partner and hate every moment of it. It's like living outside my body that makes me so sad and yet that is such a common thing that i read in the chairman secret survey there are so many people there are some men that feel that way too but it's mostly seems to be a women who were who were sexually abused and They don't and they feel like it's a shortcoming of their that. They're they're this way and they blame themselves Continue on with what she wrote What are your deepest darkest secret. She writes it was about ten. My father got up in the middle of the night with his rifle. And i'm sorry. This is so dark but this is you know this is the show and i i. Sometimes we'll save the darker stuff for the end so that if it's too dark for you you can just turn it off and you won't you won't miss the rest of the show followed up in the middle of the night and went to the garage to kill himself. My mom stopped them. Got the gun and put it in the under the covers in bed with me to keep it from him. When i told my mom about this memory. I was an adult Before her alzheimer's she said well. It wasn't loaded. My sister said the same thing. When i told her it wasn't loaded as a young adult. My brother hit on me when we were really drunk in the hot tub and i fell for it This secret i will die with. Won't even tell a therapist. I watched.

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"hahn" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"You can follow me on. If you'd be kind is do that. Police go check out the website. There's all kinds of good stuff there you can sign up for. Newsletter you can post in the forum There's about half a dozen different surveys. You can take I've got a new one up about. How have you responded in the past to sexual advances being made on you so if you go in and take that one i would greatly appreciate it quick. I wanted to mention about the interview with with kathryn. hahn there was a couple of areas of of the interview that that we kind of went into that She requested that. I keep private so if it seems like there are some some things you're like. Why paul not following up on that. It's for that reason but I don't think any of it is necessarily pertinent to what The interview that ultimately you will hear i. I'm very happy. And it's It's completeness and really really enjoyed doing it and really enjoyed meeting her. I want to plug something that a friend of mine. Has i have a friend named rich. Who has been working his ass off trying to Get this product marketed. That That he invented and they believe he did it with a another person is well and when he told me with the idea was i was like i think people should know about that. And he's not paying me any money to To mention this. I just think you guys should should check it out. He created this. It's a workout towel. That is It's made of bamboo threat in. It's super super stop. It's called zoos. Which is chinese for for bamboo and what it is is. It's it's a workout towel. That is made of bamboo fibers. That had been spun so it's like cotton it's super soft. It's super absorbent and because it's bamboo. It's natural bacterial. And bamboo is very very sustainable. And here's the really cool thing about this This towel is at one. End of it are zippered pockets. So when you're working out you can keep your smartphone your keys. Whatever with you. And i just think it's a great idea. And he gave me one and And i love it so if you want to buy one get zoo.

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Meat and Climate Change: What's the Beef With Beef?

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Meat and Climate Change: What's the Beef With Beef?

"So much conflicting information about me whether it's good or bad for us and whether it's good for health down planet in so tell us how how to get to be public enemy number one and be perceived as the most environmentally destructive and least healthy food that we're eating and how we got this wrong when it comes to this topic yeah. I really think that's true. I think it's kind of been you know it's been called the king of meats especially in the united states and i think part of that is because it was the most consumed meat in the us. For a long time you know for decades. It was the number one most consumed me. That's actually chicken now. But he has been placed but it was for a very long time meet. You know it was the number one me to there that aspect of it and then there's the fact that beef has always been the most expensive meat. And so you know. I mean maybe frog meat or something obscure would be above it. But as far as meats that are commonly available the beef would be kind of the the thing. You might just have on saturday night. You know the nice state. When i grow in my household had a stake on saturday night for example and that was because it was it was a more expensive piece of meat and so it was something that had just once a week and so it was kind of regarded as you know something that was a little bit special and In around one thousand thousand nine hundred seventy. I think partly because of the fact that it was the the most popular meat and it was also considered kind of almost a little bit of a luxury it but the same time these are large animals and so the individual animals are really visible on the landscape. And when you look at the individual animal like how much water at drinks or how much land purportedly takes to raise an individual animal. It just looks like a lot and so right around. Nineteen seventy you know. I think that i could kinda date. That as the key kickoff point when people really started focusing on you know cattle being a problem ecologically and beef. It shouldn't be something we're eating so much

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"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Sorry i'm helping listen matt. i'm serious. The cone drones. This is fantastic. It's picture an army of like drones. I just wanted to go. We got to chip away at this conan gray thing because i look at this guy he looks. He looks like a million bucks. I hear that he sounds great. Can't compete with that. I'm i'm brought him like an old pumpkin and the sun and this guy is coming up fast. He's i think. There's two ways to analyst either have the drone army google your name to raise it higher in the ranks or google conan the barbarian to surpass conan gray. No your ide is stupid first. Ideas genius thrones to drive me way up high in the google search so that conan gray fades like the gray light at dusk. You want to destroy this. Young man's career destroy it. He can do other things. They still have copy shops. You get like a king county. Yeah things he can do. He's got a whole life ahead of him i do. I have left one fifty. We don't know but conan gray is here to stay. Well here's the thing that's weird is that it started off with this this person asking if they should name their kid. Coney you said please you said let's make you more famous. That kids going to surpass no list. You know what can i say. And i don't mean to. This woman reached out and asked me for a favor. But we've got bigger things to worry about now. And i can't be. I can't get bogged down in your problems. Named the kid conan. Don't i just gotta jump out of this one. It's the coenen gray thing you've now made me aware of that. his triggered my fight or flight reflex. Okay and i have to do something. Okay i get the cone drones to put me ahead of conan gray. I just had a horrible realization right. What happens when you go. Gray haired people are going to google conan in. That's why i'm buying all these wigs. I bought all of lucille. Ball's old wigs at false state sale. I have six hundred. Lucille ball vintage wigs at the estate sale. And i'm going to start applying them. You're gonna see me. Nineteen fifties lucy sixty s lucy. Here's lucy lucy's back. You're going to see all stone pillow. Lucy when she Did her star. Turn as a homeless person share. I remember that yeah that way. It's not a great whig but the point is i'm i've thought ahead about this and conan gray. It's nothing personal. It's just you're me man. It's your me and i've got to win. Okay okay. the other realization ahead is just us discussing. This is gonna make every listener go. What's this conan gray local you in. Yes and then. They're going to look him up. You know what. Don't i will say. No no no no. Don't there's something. I noticed a virus or something on that google search. I know exactly how computers work. But i'm getting yes techs. Now this is oh god. I can't believe this is too bad for the kid yet is a virus menu. Look up his name and that gets right in. Your phone is already got into my phone and a blue foam is coming out of it now. I wouldn't go on that but it says here few. Oh if you google conan o'brien oh that's cool Yeah you get a free crispy cream doughnut. Well rocket book. I hope we helped yeah. I'm sorry i forgot your problem. Sorry i didn't really listen. Good luck with whatever's happening. I think it involves a human life..

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"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"I know what i'll through q. And on actually reality bowl rings. Got mr into all kinds of weird stuff. The show in boston. Which was actually. I think aired a in other cities as well as called zoom very prescient and it was very i know and it was a very yes. Did you see zoom. Yeah we're on a podcast and you're doing a hand gesture going like this and stay with you and i have no idea what i was hollowing. No it was zero. The show is come on zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom. Come on give it a try. You know and kids got on zoom and i remembered in high school a guy telling me like that was a girl who was on june. We're all like. Oh my god that might have. That was the most. I couldn't believe that. I knew a guy who dated a girl who was on zindler. Yeah when have you looked at footage of yourself at that age performing and thought okay. You're doing a good job. There good job catholic or you look at it in horror. I mean i a little bit of both. i wasn't wa wasn't like nailed it. Like i was definitely had a dorothy hamill haircut headline i had one. We were horrible. Wait a minute. I when you were singing that zoom zoom zoom jingle like all. I could imagine what we're the gentleman who were just half sloshed. Like so like basically alcoholics trying to compose it in. Someone's being on a keyboard just reeking of cigarettes. There's like a tone of sadness to that jingle that i can't get out of my head now. Zoom zoom zoo ghana's zuma's zoom zoom zoom. Come on give it a try god. There's something about it. That's very sad No i don't know if. I look back and i'm like nailed. It was interesting. I don't know if you ever did this. Kids we've all experienced child actors and there's a whole range. I mean hardcore fans of ours. No that really early. On in the runner show we used to do fake guests and try and fool the audience and we had a young woman on a i mean she must have been maybe eleven or twelve and she came out there and i announced with all seriousness that she was was in her like andy. Kaufman stage of you know audience. And so we brought her out and we said that she's Like she's won the national spelling championship. And so she came out and she did a really good job she nailed it and the joke was that she couldn't spell anything and the audience was really embarrassed. But then i think they eventually they learn that they realized. Oh this is a this is a joke. The actress was terrific and it was. It was only years later that someone said by the way. That was scarlett johansson. Oh yeah and she's on this old late night clip. You can look it up this of the spelling bee this Champion oh i'm gonna look it up but i i used to remember. Is that the kids whose mom was clearly. The mom drilling this into them but a kid. Who has maybe five coming up to me backstage at late night or maybe older like eight. I'm going to say eight but going. Excuse me mr brian. Just want to say my peter. And i am such a fan of the worth you have dial in late night. It is so prescient. You have the ability to hold audience. Both comedic lee but also it was an intelligence any hustle. You can tell that this has been branded under their form. They don't know who i am. Their mother said go and talk to that tall red haired woman over there convince him just so i felt so bad for these kids rough. I do too. You can tell when there is a joy in a child's i and then when you can tell when they've just been plied when they're just getting plied with candy takes that's maybe why they're there because they're being offered candy like it's so it's really like a. Yeah i mean. I was a curtain polar at the cleveland playhouse. Like i was in it. I'm telling you the i was i. I played salty the songbook. Ps a. l. t. y. In church in a plane called salty the psalm book. That was i. Think my first production. I've ever done. That's the role to get in that production. It's the.

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"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"I want to remember to ask you which is like a lot of people might vintage seeing reruns. The dick van dyke show so fascinating to me. When and i'm sort of going to nerd out here but when you is recreated in in that first episode when you recreate the basic essentially the dick van dyke show on this alternate universe. It was a while before. I realized you did it in front of an audience. Yeah you're on the actual set of the show. And i thought oh my god you guys know what it's like to make the dick van dyke show in a way. Do you know what i mean. It was the kind of performing that kind of i mean it was. You cannot attempt that and screw it up. Well we got to yeah. We got to rehearse it which was a luxury so we had some time and then we put like a play like you know like they would back then and then they also like you would multi cam now but they use like the. The audience was dressed in period clothes and period lights. They like the all the operators who dressed in period clothing like the only time that they put the fourth wall up was and then the audience didn't see. That was when the camera flipped for. When mr hart was choking yes the audience didn't actually see that so that the laughter could keep going and there wasn't any computer audience. See that but what i was. Most i think like was jack. Shafer wrote the script. It was so spot like the jokes were so period period. Bless your period. Perfect that. I was like going to be last. I can so earnest. Like i wonder if if it's gonna and then the still be funny to people. Were modern audience laugh at this cadence jokes. they did. It was so funny. Because when i was watching and sony i i know that you felt the same way but i was like watching that first episode And throughout. But i was always because i'm such tv fanatic. I was watching the dick van. Dyke episode is if it was made in nineteen sixty two watching as it along. I was watching it. I would not intentionally. I wasn't trying to be a good watcher. I was just. I would fall into the rhythm the rhythm right hostile and everything but it's almost like a they should use that show almost like a masterclass in these. Were the major styles of comedy because you could study it and you can really see that the rhythms and the and the way that you had to shift yeah you performed and the kind of jokes you were doing it. Stunning an educational to we got to do. I mean i'll never forget this but we at the end of. I think it's episode seven. I get to do that. Theme song agatha all along and which was with the way i think went to number one to now it went to crazy. It's all along went to number one reached number one in the charts. You know what i was like. Yes i love that song so it deserves. It is that was so boggs. But they there. There's a shot at the very end. Where i have the dog and i have the witch cackle and that shot was literally in front of the original bewitched house. So we were on the back. Lot of warner brothers. So that was like a matinee when we were doing that. We couldn't like just the fact that we were able to do that. The fact that was like it into the history of of that moment and like just the sitcom baked into the making of this show as was just we were. It was goosebumps city. Usa when we making it was pretty great. My life as a kid was watching these iconic tv shows and then cut forward to you know twenties and out in la getting started on my career. And i was on a date with someone wants and she said oh. I know where the brady bunch house is. And she drove me to it. And i'm s- looking at the brady bunch house and i thought there's so many mysteries of the world that are supposed to blow our minds and i'm but this is the one that really blew my mind that waste. How can how can. I have seen his trial. But now i'm here. And i've had that so many times time and time again where i've been on a back lot and someone said oh and yeah and that's where gilligan's lagoon wasn't what are you talking about and then i insist on seeing it. It looks just like a swimming pool or something. And then you're you're in your sir please. Yeah fear and adult male. You're having an episode. And i don't know there's something about when you say being in front of the bewitched house. I think the only way to be in show business is just to kind of keep in touch with the. Aw wait a minute. How did i end up here. I'm from cleveland heights. ohio. And i'm here and i'm making one of these things and when they say action. I'm the one talking. And that's where the bewitched house now is so crazy. Yeah exactly you. I'm still constantly like in. I mean. I remember back when i was doing crossing pro-jo crossing.

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"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Shirt under medical medical conditions over the top facial. Yeah like so long so we were laughing about the long game that somebody had been playing like it was so weird and so amazing the size of the mouth in that mean that went around. I was like cheese low. We look at that face. I mean and i have no social media. So i was being sent by so many different like factions of my life. It was very funny. Just of course. So surreal and an for tavern in this chapter has just been like what as reality. It's a weird. It's also weird. That's nice. I mean i've always had this Fury about show business. Which is you have to keep going into the casino in pulling the lever and i try to tell that to young people which is that. They should gamble now. No i gotta get to various and you've got to get a lot of coins what i'm trying to tell them. Is you have to keep going back in putting yourself out there which you did. I mean you. You had a very good and healthy career before this latest triumph and so you're known and respected but you kept going back into it in different ways and i believe that that is the part that is actually as important as the talent somehow. I didn't really have any grand expectations. Like i didn't know what it was going to look like but there just wasn't an option for me like i just wasn't actor so i didn't know if it was gonna be on. I couldn't really see myself on a big screen like that. Seems really out of a different again. Like i didn't see myself as having the felt too far away from me in cleveland. I just did it but it was. There was no doubt that it was going to be. That was my life. And i put myself whatever school. There was a lot of just like what i was talking about. Just like a lot of time as a receptionist at a hair salon like oh of time like no because you were very good at that. Maybe.

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"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"In line for a no pain. Nudity job your. What are no pay. Nudity job that my husband. What is it. I listen. I don't know i never showed up. You know exactly. I don't know now. You're this version of catherine. Who doesn't even know what it is. I really want you to explain to me. Because i honestly don't know there's a job where you're nude and you don't get paid. They want to be very clear. Upfront that if you want this credit there's gonna be no pay and also you're going to be nude if you still showed. Yeah i think so. I think i did. I swear to god. Eighty six to eighty eight was a no paid nude. Yes you know in my situation. When word got around and they saw the footage i was paid not to be supported myself for a year and a half not taking my clothes awesome new york city. Great paying gig. I made hundreds of thousands close on leave placed in looks like spam. Yeah but it really does open a can of spam. And i'm encouraged anyone to do that and look at it and that is what my chest looks like. Insure comes off the color of my legs right now. Looks like a fetal schick. Ekg hail blue pink like if the palest is almost pale blue collar of my legs. You know what this is. This is the exact opposite of dirty talk on the phone. I've got chess. Like spam fetal kale. I from a from a chicken did died before it could be patched. And i'm like oh yeah let's meet up. What's so funny. Is that you. And i both have the ham bone deeply embedded in our souls Constantly mugging and doing faces and on. It's exhausting. And i have that like i. I know. I definitely feel like i need to come home. And just shut the machine down completely and my son is on me now. Who's fourteen and a half and he just looks at me with such like kind of like a wistful kind of like a sadness for me. Like i feel so sad that you have to work so hard all the time. You don't have to work that hard. It's okay like we've got your we're okay like we. We've got you so i totally. I totally hear you in that department. I've been doing better the older i get. I certainly in my twenty and thirties. It was like i would do. I was doing serious serious theater. Like i thought that's what i wanted to do and i was that way in in my family growing up like it was like a hard dinner tate. We always used humorous like like hard humor. That's what we always did. I tried when i was in grade school to be in series productions of things have serious parts. And then i realized i actually did this. And a shout out to my old Music and drama teacher. Mrs steele but she. I was in a production of some show and it was a serious show. I didn't have a huge part. But i started to. I remember i was. I think it was oklahoma. It was not not that. That's the most serious show. I didn't have the most comedic part. And that's supposed to hold a A rifle i learned all these tricks with it. And i was doing tricks with the rifle and pulling focus and people were laughing and then i had a line and i remembered i started living off my line and like i broke the fourth wall at one point because it went such to my head and i was like well. That's a pretty good question. And then i turned the instances. When do you think the audience laughed. And the mrs steele said pt for seconds after the show. Because you don't you ever. Mike hong got big last characters. But what i'm saying. Is i understand that and my i think also my learning ground to and i remember very much thinking. Oh it's all about the dinner table. And i think bill murray said everything you need. He needed to learn about comedy. He learned at his dinner table. Or it's like thirty murray's sitting around the table. And i absolutely believe that it was all about the table. Who can score can get dad to really laugh. Who can kinda run the table. That was what it was all about. Absolutely it was my mom. Just like s- cutting down just like sleight just cut like at the knees like she just could just by. I mean she just knew exactly how to just like my dad would say one thing and then she would just like saw seven half and we would all be laughing but it was like she was. It was a tough tough table. So when your father walkout on the marriage it was so contesting testing. My mom would just my mom would cut him off at the especially never what happened to your dad walked though it sounds horrible. It was.

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"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"I. My name is kathryn. Hahn and i feel. I feel like i'd be lying about being conan o'brien's friend because i don't really know him and i'm excited to get to know him today Hey conan o'brien here. Welcome to another episode of conan. O'brien needs friend. My never ending quest to force very talented people in the business in the world of politics and just In the world of life to be my friends often against their will. And i'm joined always by matt chorley. Hey guys you do a great job. Matt really do. I don't know what you do but you do it very well. Oh well how do you know. I do a good job. I don't know. I wouldn't probe this too deeply just said it quickly to give the Very thin patina of kindness. That i know is required. If people like me and moments like this and you don't want to test this at all you're a mench thank you bare minimum Speaking of the bare minimum. Sonal thank you very much for doing. You know the job that you do not to its fullest. But the job that you do pleasure to be here as always just such a joy to be with you in the same room. I do have something to talk to you about sony and this is an actual concern of mine. Okay and. I think our audiences aware that sona is very pregnant now with twin boys. Yes and you are going to be. Bring them into the world With any week now any week anytime yet. And i'm going to be very honest about. This is not a bit something. I felt a little bit. i am a middle child in a family of six and In my family. I could often feel a little bit lost in the shuffle l. Which can happen and now for eleven years you've worked for may twelfth. I said worked so You've been with me for twelve years. Yes i was your priority. You didn't always act like it. But i was your no but i was your priority and now that priority i think is going to shift because i think it's going to shift when these twin boys show up. You think it's going to shift. I have yes. I believe that. That's a possibility you think there's still a chance you are going to be my biggest priority in life. Yeah your best case scenario is that. There's one twin then you than another. I don't ask not going to happen. I feel some of the same feelings. I felt back in the early seventies when My youngest brother justin was born. He was the six. And i remembered. Feeling another one. I'm more into obscurity. And of course they made a big deal about justin and my father was like oh justin's going to be the smart one and justin will be the good one and i remember it feeling. It was a tough time. That watergate was happening The country was still recovering from the vietnam war and then of course plunged more into obscurity with each additional child. Now you're me through the same trauma by having twins. And i'm wondering how i'm going to figure into your life once the twins show first of all. You're a man in your fifties now late forties. Let's say no it's definitely not fifty ethic mid forty. Now it's a man in my early forties the fact that you still have these feelings is troubling but also you know you're right for a long time. I was single. I was having a good time. Like i could having really good time. Relax and then and then it came in the picture. I'm sorry but tack. My husband is also a bigger priority. To me is really yes. He's my spouse. he's my life partner. But i pay you know. That's not how life works. it's like liza is a bigger priority to you. you know. And that's how family's works. I don't know what that makes. Can you tell me what you think in in terms of rank priority. The what's the priority list in my life. What do you think it is show business. I up boy. Oh i'm just telling you what my that's how i wake me up in the middle of the night and go spend there's trouble and i'll say what the show podcast. What's the problem okay. That's what i do. Just wake me up in the middle of the night. No something terrible happened. what my career. What then. I'll start asking questions about children and wives and parents and stuff like that. What do what do you think the list is in my life like. How do you think you rank. I understand having to have close to similar billing with tack. But i would think the order should be me tack very close. Second ta podcast. Children got my god so the way i see it now is it's okay. I my dog. What yes my. God this is larry. You're both crazy. You know what i love. She's all about her dog. She carries her dog around. She's one of those people. Oh okay just had an idea. I tell oh you hear what oak did last night when he do. He was thirsty. So i put out water and he drank it. He is not a good story. That's the. That's the kind of shot the sony always saying and i keep telling her when these twins show up. You're going to forget your dog. you just are. Because that's what happens and you refuse to believe me. I think you guys are both too close to it. You're too in the thick of it. I think that natural priority order is your two twin sons. Yeah husband your dog me. So who's our guest today. I feel like it's nineteen seventy-three all over again your ted now. You're you're late fifties. No i was ten then but still somehow. I'm only in my late thirties. I'm working on my publicist on a new date of birth. We'll get to that very soon. Move on to to better things. My my guest. Today is a very talented actress. You know from such movies how to lose a guy in ten days bad moms and spiderman into the spider verse man. Is she having an incredible renaissance. You can now as agatha harkness in the hit disney plus series one division as. She absolutely kills it. Everyone's talking about her. I'm thrilled with us today. Kathryn hahn welcome. I'm.

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Illinois Man Dies After Madison Fundraising Swim in Lake Monona

Jeff Wagner

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois Man Dies After Madison Fundraising Swim in Lake Monona

"Passengers will be allowed to leave from U. S ports on the two cruise lines. Alex Stone E D. C. A man from Illinois is dead after participating in a swim race across medicines Lake Monona over the weekend. Dane County Medical Examiner's office said in a statement this morning that 51 year old Michael Hahn of Rochelle, Illinois, was removed from the water during the big

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Healing Your Narrative With Andrew Hahn

The Addicted Mind Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Healing Your Narrative With Andrew Hahn

"Andrew. Please introduce yourself thanks to anglo i. I wanted to tell you how grateful i am size said to. I read your little autobiography and about you and it really touched my heart and the purpose in your mission and if i can do a little bit you know to help people with that and You know really make an impact so that they get something than that's by deduction everything else is just credentials shit. I can't say that it's okay if you say that it's five story about it right. That's so true. I like that. You say that there's a lot of credentials out there a lot of big letters and stuff that don't necessarily mean that much and really what we wanna do is get out of suffering and get out of pain. Get out of hurt dental. Let's go a little bit into your story and how you got into this work and why your processes meaningful to you while my story is. I have a doctorate in clinical psychology. I have aside d. mighty training in an. I'm the kind of person who just always love people and wanted to know the answers to all the questions of the universe basically and it was all around people in what anti understand life and understand people. That's been my other people other stuff. That's what i do that. I've been doing it since i was young. And so i got my doctorate. And then i've always had fairly unusual experiences in my life and i had one that was kind of life changing. Which is that. I gone to visit a friend in who had left her whole life. She was like the fourth highest person in the un and she had a very big life in new york. She left it to go on spiritual retreat at the self realization fellowship. Yoga disastrous maintenance needs. And i knew. I had to visit our so i visited and the day before she had fallen down and she had done something terrible to her ankle. Really awful. I mean like it was swollen. It was discolored. She was in really bad pain and she said i'm going to get you over to the ostrov anyway because is beautiful heart chanting service. And i want you to see it and be in it

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"hahn" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"I need that to be a strong team organization or summer program in terms of my business. You know being in this tristate area wilmington delaware. You know i plan to grow this facility in my haunt hoops business as one of the most elite in this area so in terms of attracting teams into tournaments and hosting bigger events. and such. You know. I plan to put on hoops in that light. Been that will also highlight my players. Who are in that light under our team and organization We obviously do training all year round training. I believe is an important aspect before you can even start playing start competing. Start showcasing the talent in front of college coaches. And that's what a lot of parents. And sometimes coaches of avoid is the training aspect. Or what do you need to do when you are training You know you have to have a level of basketball expertise knowledge of game and you know modern updates of the game. You know who studies the game like that you know. I know specific footwork. I know court awareness. I know what college coaches are looking for. And then you know. I know what the players need outside of their basketball talent in terms of being coach -able or being leaders and having accountability. You know it's it's more than basketball makes it a little bit more harder but makes the vision greater so it doesn't feel like it's too much but you know going back to being an athlete because it is more than basketball. That's why i truly believed that. Sports is a bigger than what a lot of people think. It is everything that i've learned on the basketball floor. I can articulate into the real world now and you know i don't have a business degree. I went to villanova university and was in the arts and communications program So you know. What i was doing wasn't necessarily what i thought. I would have now but from the skills that i learned. I'm able to run a business. I'm able to manage my social media. Marketing and branding. And you know i'm able to manage my network and such and you know i. I didn't take one business class in college. So you know you kinda have to not necessarily try to gain specific things or have certain titles or anything like that my business you know as long as my kids are getting better as long as they have bigger and better opportunities that i have opened for them. You know as long as they are fully committing and i'm seeing their growth not as just basketball players but as you know mature young ladies or young gentlemen you know. That's what i see. And like i said before my son. Hoops academy is very diverse. So to see these kids from different environments and going to different schools and different families and to see them create friendships. And you know now they're blowing each other on social media you know were community. So that's the most important thing when it comes down to this where growth is in the future is just becoming a bigger stronger more accepting opportunistic community skills. Because that's important thinking about all that we spoke about air about roy bran's followers how that stuff's not that important when it comes to building your brand obviously awaited social media you and.

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"hahn" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Bryant purple and yellow lakers diehard fans. You know just being a girl a white girl from wilmington delaware that loves this. Nba team in the nba guy. You know. I got bullet for it when i was younger. Actually and you know in highschool start hanging around with boys and you know they're just. Why do you have this sports boys room. You know all this stuff And it never knocked me in a sense. You know i'm like why doesn't everybody support koby because you know upon his death we obviously so that changed the world but you know sometimes when you have a specific sports figure or you love something. A lot of people won't support it. They just don't have the same amount of value as you so from all of this versity in opposition from people. It actually made me want to be better at basketball. You know i was that kid whose dad really pushed them. And i could not relate that to a lot of kids. It was almost like. I had this secret life at home. 'cause i didn't understand it. I was way too young you know. Why is basketball such disciplined right now. Why is basketball. Almost a number one thing. I have to do just because he saw how crucial certain outlets were in my life my entire life also. I wanted kobe. Bryant to notice me. I had seen him play at the seventy sixers against sixers fieldhouse. wells fargo. But i always wanted to go to l. a. And then he retired. So i thought well it's over you know. I'm never going to meet kobe. Coming to have to try to build my business so that maybe i could work at mamba kademi one day or be a trainer. There you know possibly start some of my interviews and you know i had metta world peace. Who was one of his big teammates and stuff. So maybe you know. I'll get connections for him and it never happened. So i'm a junior at villanova. We actually entered into the incidentally tournament that year in lost to university of notre dame where the champions that year so you know this year was a little bit different. That was the only time. I had went to the ncaa tournament as well as villanova athlete. I went once out of my four years. Which i still look back on and kind of regret a little bit but.

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"hahn" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"hahn" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Bryant fan always watched games on tv. You know youtube wasn't really there back. Then but you are still able to go back and research. Old highlights fine games and and just study. I was a huge supporter of the wnba. Long story short. Elena della donne. Mvp of the wnba. Two years ago went to my high school. An all girls high school. Coercing academy in wilmington delaware so very small world. You know i look back. And i'm blessed to have all of these connections and you know. How did i run into these people are. Why did this happen for me. And that's how. I got in contact with that high school. I i ended up going there. She had taken me to wnba game. You know i was that kid that she saw on the camp that had a lot of potential and desire to be great and she kinda wanted to show me a little bit of her personal life. You know the ropes of the mcdonald's all american you know player of the gatorade player of the year at the time. What it's kind of like what this big stages like you know. She was going to yukon at the time She was all over magazines. Espn it was insane. And when we had gone to the wnba game she actually knew all the wnba players. We went into the locker room after the game it was almost like she was already in the wnba as a high school player so the level of status and the level of the doors that she had access to you know not a lot of basketball players are athletes in general at that age. Have that so. I was able to see a really really high level. Even when i wasn't there my goals and the ceiling of my goals was super super high. So you know. I always wanted to be great you know. The work ethic never stopped goals. Were high and that's kind of what kept me pushing throughout throughout my entire journey as huge. The just january Other really caused. We're going to dive into thinking about your your your role model at thirteen fourteen years old being. Oh let's go to this stuff you ain't. Let's go into the locker rooms. That's actually a bit younger. I was. I was about fifth grade. Oh my god yeah yup. So it's interesting you know. I was a kid that had entered into the summer camp. She was the counselor working there at the high school. You know you look back and say everything happens for a reason. I figured like we had like forty fifty point games like you end up being villanova's like alternative in three point all these things like what are you doing to these. Poor fifth graders this interesting as well part of my journey as my dad to a really good job of putting me in different basketball environments so wilmington delaware which is where. I'm brian is actually a great city. you know you have your inner city. You're outside city..

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‘Whole Generations Of Fathers’ Lost As COVID-19 Kills Young Latino Men In New York City Area

Morning Edition

03:20 min | 1 year ago

‘Whole Generations Of Fathers’ Lost As COVID-19 Kills Young Latino Men In New York City Area

"19 death in New Jersey. Over the past year, more than 23,000 people have died of the virus in the Garden state. Open. 19 has devastated older populations. But it has cut some young lives short to hitting working age Latino men hardest there more than seven times as likely to die of the virus than young white men in New Jersey. And they make up nearly half of the deaths among those aged 18 to 49. Today. W N Y sees Cameron He brings us the story of a young father and the four Children he left behind Elizabeth Johanna Moranis is walking Tommy pretending white ships to pass in a super car wash. Its offer one and nine in the city that shares her name Elizabeth, New Jersey. Red Car wash. Sign closed driver speeding past auto body shops and liquor stores, The car wash. Takes up an entire street corner. It's a great building with a small convenience store and a garage for quick oil changes. Elizabeth's dad used to work here. It's right next to her house. We were calling and I and asked him to get us a nice girl. Some days, she and her brothers would bring her dad beef Patties or pizza from the take out spot across the street. When the line of cars cleared out at night they play We were going by the oil change and just place offer with them. Other kids had a backyard. Elizabeth and her brothers had the car wash or write our bikes around the car wash. Well, he's Cleaning or working. But now Elizabeth's childhood playground is a reminder that her father is gone. Reynaldo Hahn Oh, died of covert 19 in December. He was 44. He likely caught the virus while working just steps away from where he lived with Elizabeth Smother along with their four Children, two cats a bird and got me in this house and knowing that She's no open up or to look outside. Let's see that he's not working there anymore, Huh? No, is one of 361 Latino men under 50, who have died of covert in New Jersey. Over. 19 told Hispanic men twice as much as young black men and seven times that of young white men were losing whole generations of Father's. Stephanie Silveira is an epidemiologist for Montclair State University, she says. Not only are Latinos overrepresented in essential work there historically, the least likely to have access to care. Health disparities have long been written off by people as the result of bad behavior, right and I think we'll call that is really highlighting in a way that cannot be ignored is that a lot of these disparities are systemic inequality. Hana started washing cars more than 20 years ago, when he first arrived from Mexico. He started at a car wash in New York City until it closed after 9 11. That's when Johanna across the New York Harbor and the New Jersey State line to settle and Elizabeth slice of Americana. Frank are goatee. Frayer is a history professor at Kean University just outside Elizabeth. He says immigrants have long settled in New Jersey's fourth largest city, where housing is cheaper, and transportation is more accessible fifties after World War, two industries moved out of the cities, places like Elizabeth, you know, saw an outflow of population. And then they were replaced by immigrant groups are goatee. Frayer says the jobs that many

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Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

The John Phillips Show

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

"Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off.

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Los Angeles County Supervisor Sets Aside $330,000 For Restaurant Funding

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles County Supervisor Sets Aside $330,000 For Restaurant Funding

"Has an interesting fix to help some local restaurants and residents. Amid the Corona virus pandemic, Janice Hahn announced today more than $300,000 will be distributed to nearly a dozen non profit organizations whose groups will that use those funds to buy gift cards from small eateries. Had those out to local families. Indeed, the money will be distributed to nonprofits and Hans District, which stretches along the coast from Marina del Rey to the South Bay and inland to Whittier. Han says the program was designed to get food on families tables while supporting struggling restaurants. When George Gascogne

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FDA authorizes Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

NPR News Now

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

FDA authorizes Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

"Trump is calling the vaccine. Regulators have authorized for emergency use in the us a medical miracle safe and effective vaccine in just nine months. This is one of the greatest scientific accomplishments in history. It will save millions of lives and soon end dependent once and for all president trump. Speaking in a video he posted a twitter last night after the food and drug administration granted emergency use authorization to the vaccine developed by pfizer in. Its german partner. Shots were healthcare workers nursing home residents expected to begin soon. Fda authorization followed reports at the white house. Pressured if dat steven hahn to grant by the end of the day

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FDA authorizes Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use

NPR News Now

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

FDA authorizes Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use

"Has told drugmaker pfizer. It will rapidly work to grant emergency use authorization for the company's corona virus vaccine follows. Yesterday's vote by a panel of outside advisers recommending. The process move ahead. Fda had steven hahn spoke today shortly after president trump in a message on twitter accused the agency of being a big old slow turtle white house chief of staff mark meadows is threatened han with dismissal of emergency. Use authorization is not granted by day's end the advisory panel to the fda yesterday endorsed the vaccine developed by pfizer german partner. Biontech

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White House threatens FDA chief's job over vaccine approval

Gaydos and Chad

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

White House threatens FDA chief's job over vaccine approval

"In Arizona. Well, the FDA commissioner today got a call from the White House, suggesting he might lose his job if he didn't immediately authorize the covert vaccine today, a source familiar with the exchange tells ABC News. The White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, spoke with FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn asking him to speed the vaccine approval and suggesting the president might replace Han if it didn't happen now. The FDA spokesperson says that is quote an untrue representation of the phone call but doesn't specifically deny the threat on Lee that the White House encouraged the FDA to quickly okay. The vaccine, which it

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White House threatens Hahn's job over vaccine approval

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

White House threatens Hahn's job over vaccine approval

"The White House he's threatening the food and drug administration's chief while pushing for faster approval of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine to trump administration officials say White House chief of staff mark meadows essentially gave Stephen Hardin ultimatum and a phone call grant emergency use of the vaccine by day's end or face possible firing one official says Han signaled he would tell regulators to get it done president trump's been complaining the FDA's review process is too slow but president elect Biden says regulators are just doing their jobs and the public should be confident in the process there's no political influence the FDA's outside advisers yesterday signed off on the vaccine and agency approval is the next step in getting shots to the public Sager make ani Washington

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AP source: White House chief of staff presses FDA chief to approve Pfizer coronavirus vaccine by end of day Friday

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

AP source: White House chief of staff presses FDA chief to approve Pfizer coronavirus vaccine by end of day Friday

"The White House is pushing the food and drug administration's chief to approve Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine by day's end in AP source says White House chief of staff mark meadows cold Steven Hahn today and urged the FDA to grant the vaccine emergency use approval the next step needed to get the shots to the public the senior official says Hans signaled he would tell regulators to do so president trump has been pushing for a quick approval and this morning in a tweet called the FDA a slow turtle publicly calling on Han to move faster less than an hour later the FDA's advisory statement in which Han said the agency would rapidly work to grant the approval Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump slams the FDA ahead of expected vaccine authorization

VB in the Middle

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Trump slams the FDA ahead of expected vaccine authorization

"Pressure on the FDA too soon Announce it is authorized emergency use of fighters. Covert 19 vaccine, calling the government agency quote a big old, slow turtle. The president, adding quote, get the damn vaccines out now and urging Dr Stephen Hahn, the FDA commissioner, to quote Stop playing games and start saving lives. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington president has not addressed the

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Trump slams the FDA ahead of expected vaccine authorization

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Trump slams the FDA ahead of expected vaccine authorization

"President, Trump is anxious for the FDA to announce the big news of the Fizer covert vaccine, getting emergency use authorization and now Oh, The New York Times is reporting. The FDA will make that announcement sometime tonight. ABC is Karen Travers. President Trump on Twitter Friday morning. Putting pressure on the FDA too soon announce it is authorized emergency use of fighters. Coben 19 vaccine, calling the government agency quote a big old, slow turtle. The president, adding quote, get the damn vaccines out now and urging Dr Stephen Hahn, the FDA commissioner, to quote Stop playing games and start saving lives, The FDA said Friday morning. It has told Fizer it will rapidly work toward finalization and issuing that authorization that's expected to come within days. Karen Travers, ABC

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FDA panel approves Covid vaccine in US

NBC Nightly News

04:29 min | 2 years ago

FDA panel approves Covid vaccine in US

"Good evening we start with that breaking news from an independent. Fda advisory panel of experts late today giving its endorsement for emergency. Use a pfizer as covid vaccine here in the united states their recommendation. Now in the hands of the fda itself which could give its go-ahead any day now that would allow the start of an ambitious mass vaccination effort just as the country reels from loss of over three thousand people in a single day from the virus. Let's begin tonight with tom castillo. The virtual vote came after eight hours so back and forth on efficacy and safety and outside advisory panel of experts charged with giving the fda unbiased and unfiltered analysis of pfizer's covid vaccine the american public demand and deserve comprehensive and independent review of the data. Now the fda will decide whether to follow the uk and canada. In green-lighting the vaccine for emergency use. That decision could come within days or even hours. Fda commissioner hahn on we've shrunk in a process that normally takes months into one. That's taken weeks. And i have a one hundred percents confidence in them. And i believe the american people should as well wants. The fda approves operation warp speed will move into high gear thousands of ups and fedex trucks and planes mobilized nationwide the faa giving priority clearance to air cargo shipments. In the first week visor plans to ship. Roughly two point nine million doses each state's allocation based on his population with bigger states. Getting the most california receiving three hundred twenty seven. Thousand initial doses. Medium-size states like maryland. Minnesota about fifty thousand small estates and wyoming about five thousand initially across the country. Frontline medical workers will go first at the university of wisconsin mid center in madison. Their training to vaccinate the first two thousand staffers in the er icu and kobe. Units identified as group. One a you're talking about. Physicians advanced practice providers nurse practitioners and physician assistants respiratory therapists. Nursing assistants are registered nurses. That population has the highest touch points with the kobe. Positive patients already shipping one hundred fifty million kits that include syringes and p for starting the injection process all right. Tom joins us now. Tom some members of this advisory committee did raise issues some concern about those people on the uk who had some sort of an allergic reaction concern about that and some members want more research into the effect on sixteen and seventeen year olds also pregnant women that want to see how they fare with the vaccine. All right tom as you heard those frontline healthcare workers will be among the first to receive the vaccine once it gets final approval and an unprecedented distribution effort kicks in gabe. Beauty ariza's with some of them in michigan tonight in kalamazoo michigan just a few miles from this visor. Plant this staff at w. Med is preparing these ultra-cold freezers for some of the first doses of the vaccine. You're essentially one of the first parts of the supply chain yet. This is very cutting edge to be able to be one of those first people that potentially could get. That vaccine is is something extraordinary extraordinary because it feels like something out of the movies we expected vaccine rates and rollouts of vaccines and studies to take food or five years and the best of situations. This is six to nine months. This is like star trek. This is amazingly fast. Some healthcare workers have told us they feel some guilt taking vaccine i but they know they need it to better care for their patients. The medical community hoping to show anyone skeptical. The vaccine that it's safe is this the beginning of the end of the pandemic. I sure would like to hope so. Let's go ahead and take a deep breath for me. For dr eliza erskine the hardest part of treating cove is not always those infected. It's their families. I had one patient. I took care of icu that her son came to visit every day. It was glass doors there so he could come stand in the hallway and stare at her and he would come every evening in just watches. Mom for an hour. And it's heartbreaking here in michigan. This huge pfizer plant is at the ready at the. Fda approved some hospitals across the country are preparing to get their first vaccine doses. As early as monday

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Fauci says U.K. rushed vaccine approval, FDA won't cut corners

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:17 min | 2 years ago

Fauci says U.K. rushed vaccine approval, FDA won't cut corners

"The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says that a vaccine will be distributed almost immediately after the FDA approves it, Dr Fauci, adding that the FDA administrators, Stephen Hahn has visited the White House recently in order to find out where they are in the process. He says that Americans should have confidence that the vaccine is effective because it has been proven and agreed upon by several independent organization. The organization's Fauci is also said that he will not hesitate to get the vaccine once it's his turn, and he's also walking back his comments that the United Kingdom rushed the approval of visors. Covert 19 vaccine. ABC is Mark Rebel Art has more after telling CBS that UK regulators rushed approval of fighters covert 19 vaccine. Out. She's softening those comments to British media, he told the BBC. He didn't mean to imply that regulators were sloppy, but did say to sky news. They've gone over it very quickly, and I can say and this is not a criticism, but they've done it in a way that has much less deep. Then has been done. It is being done by the FDA in the United States, he says. With some Americans already skeptical about covert vaccines, he wants the public to have confidence. That corner's aren't being cut. Grandma Lard ABC

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