35 Burst results for "Janet G"
Gov. Janet Mills Criticizes Whole Foods for Not Selling Maine Lobsters
"Janet mills and the congressional delegation of Maine sent a note to whole foods expressing their disappointment and the grocery stores decision to stop buying. Where are they going to get their lobsters from? That's a good question. They're not going to be as good quality a bit. No, I don't think so. Quote, we are disappointed by whole foods decision, deeply frustrated that the marine stewardship council suspension of the lobster industry certificate of sustainability of what the cramp is this. A bunch of mumbo jumbo. Oh for goodness sakes. Come on people. They've been harvesting. They've been catching lobsters for a 150 years. Somebody from made tell us, what do you do? Do you catch the lobsters? Do you fish with a lobster? We need health. Somebody get ray Richardson all the line. Anyway, so look, all I can tell you is just go to red lobster. All right, just forget about going to whole foods. Just, I don't know what to tell you. But anyway, once you get the tree huggers involved, it's downhill from there. Quite frankly, they should whole foods should tell them all to go take a fly and flip. But that's it. So I just looked it up. It's called lobstering. Let's go lobstering. Yeah. Okay. The activity or business of catching those. I'm not lobsters. Lobster. Lobster. Lobster? No, I don't think that's it. No. I just looked it up. Merriam Webster dictionary. 8
Crews rescue 2 from plane caught in power lines in Maryland
"Investigators are looking into why a small plane crashed in Maryland on Sunday. The small plane had left White Plains New York and was near the Montgomery county, Maryland air park in Gaithersburg, when it crashed into live power lines trapping two people inside and knocking out power to thousands in the area. Before first responders could rescue the two, utility contractors had to disconnect the high tension wires. So it would be safe for the rescuers and responders had to stabilize the plane and then the rescue. Montgomery county fire chief Scott Goldstein. Both patients have been transported from the scene to local area trauma centers. With serious injuries. But both are expected to survive. He talked to W JLA TV, state police identify the two as pilot Patrick Merkel of Washington, D.C., and passenger Janet Williams of Louisiana, both in their 60s. I'm Rita foley
Hobbs wins Arizona governor’s race, flipping state for Dems
"Arizona voters elected Democrat as governor Early Monday evening Maricopa County Arizona board of supervisors chair Bill Gates told reporters the last big collection of ballots would be counted that night We have less than a 100,000 left This will be a big drop of votes The AP reports that Democrat Katie Hobbs narrow lead over Republican Kerry Lake held as that last big batch of ballots showed Lake did not have the numbers to catch up Hobbes is the first Democrat elected governor in Arizona since Janet Napolitano 16 years ago 2006 Gates who is a Republican says Lake a 2020 election denier and a former TV anchor basically accused election officials a slow rolling the vote count in favor of Democrats I'm Tim McGuire
We Have Other Problems Catching Up With Us...
"Other problems that are catching up with us. And there's nothing the Federal Reserve can do about it. And there's nothing the federal government can do about it. And so what can we do about it? We can put smarter people in, who hopefully nominate smarter people to be in charge of our economy. Heck, Janet Yellen's out there on CNN. Just this week saying, oh, no recession, no recession. You see that's the mantra. That is what they have to say right now. That is the so called talking point. You have other economic types, gracing the airwaves of so many of these liberal networks saying, oh, the GOP is going to cause inflation to go way higher. Really? I mean, last I checked, I do believe it was under Democrat leadership that we saw massive inflation moving higher. Anyway, this is just political span, of course. And I'm going to just point out that both sides are often quite guilty of these things. I'm just a bit offended when they make stuff up like Joe Biden saying that gas was $5 a gallon when he came into office when in fact it was $2 and 69 cents. I mean, hey, it's nearly $5 a gallon now. $2 and 69 cents was actually the price. Way back in January, when he took over. So lots of lies and lots of deceit and lots of spin and it's important that voters see through it.
Trish Examines the Risk to Our Markets in the Coming Months
"Anyway, I want to get to what Stan was saying there with my friend Joe kernan at CNBC at a conference that they had recently take a listen to this because this is a guy who's seen it all a brilliant investor. Here's what he thinks. I will be stunned if we don't have a recession in 23. Don't know the timing, but certainly by the end of 23, I will not be surprised if it's not larger than the so called average garden variety. And I don't rule out, not my forecast, but I don't rule out something really bad. Why? Because if you look at the liquidity situation that has driven this, we're going to go from all this QE to QT, we're following an asset bubble, we've been doing all this running down on the SPR, which is now that's the strategic patrol in reserve. He's talking about the strategic petroleum reserve, and he's pointing out the Q T, which is the quantitative tiny. In other words, the fed is sucking all this money out of the system and he goes on to explain how many mistakes Janet Yellen made in all of this, but you've been spending so much money for so long and now you're doing the reverse. How do you not have a recession? But I think my friend Neil, we'll talk to him a little bit. In a little bit, I think he would argue this has been a long time come a long time coming because even before 2020, you had an extraordinarily aggressive fed. And it makes it so that we're facing a more catastrophic type of environment.
Carnegie Mellon Professor Tweets Volgar Message to Twitter User
"And her follow-ups to her initial post elsewhere, the Carnegie Mellon professor defended her tweet in explicit terms after one Twitter user wrote you, you stink. She responded, can I use or you don't see this article? Can I say the P word on the women Janet Taylor term? I guess so, because you can't say it? No, please don't. There's not the same as can I. If I say it, you'll dump it. Okay. I don't, I'm not attacking, show them here. But we. Published this, I forgot to publish this Queen Elizabeth. I don't remember it. It's one of the rare times that input the source of the article. Anyway, they put the word in and I believe in using the original language to give you an idea of the low moral state of the user, but it is what it is. So somebody wrote you think and she responds the professor, you mean like your P word, I mean, this is the level of this woman, a professor at Carnegie Mellon university.
U.S. Braces for Jerome Powell's Speech Tomorrow
"To look at that purchasing power of the U.S. dollar which has been dwindling. Even without the 9.1 and what is it 8 point something percent inflation? It has been dwindling over the years and a lot of people do not think I'm one of them that the fed is going to be able to bring this under control. We of course will find out tomorrow because Jerome Paul is going to be speaking out there the shindig. This is like, this is the Emmys or the Oscars, if you would, and fed world, and Jean-Paul has this big speech. He's just screwed up over and over again, and I have absolutely no faith in the guy. I mean, I'm disappointed, highly disappointed in him. I thought he would have done a whole lot better. He did have a little bit real world experience, so I thought, okay, great. At least you don't have a total academic in there. But maybe he's just influenced too much by his old boss. That would be Janet Yellen, who was an academic, total academic, and a bureaucrat. And is now our treasury secretary. And sat there with a straight face and told us the inflation was just transitory. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. So now the Federal Reserve is trying to get into control and Joe Biden is fighting them at this game because he is going to add, I got the numbers here for you. These are independent estimates. Suggesting that this plan is going to cost $300 billion over ten years time. And that will add to the federal deficit. That means we've got more long-term problems, but nobody cares, right? For Joe Biden and for the Democrats, you just push that can down their kick the can down the road. Kick it a little more. Let it be somebody else's problem. All you need to worry about is getting elected again, right?
Remember the Elián González Saga?
"Just reminds I love it when there are all these strange political bedfellows. It goes back to ilian Gonzalez in the Clinton administration. Remember the little boy in a little Havana in Miami? His mother drowned bringing him into the country and the father in Cuba wanted the little boy back and Janet Reno's Justice Department broke down the door and they swiped the kid from the arms of the relatives and delivered the boy back to communist Cuba. Remember that? And I remember at the time I was at a conference with a bunch of talk show hosts and all the big mouths on the radio gathered, which is rough. That's not a place I'm not real comfortable because I believe me, I'm mindful that I'm one of those big mouths and no one knew what position to take because it was, I mean, it was Clinton and we don't want to be pro Clinton, but on the other hand, family values, the kids being returned to daddy back in Cuba. Yeah, but it's communist Cuba. It's Phil de Fidel Castro. No one knew what to do. Well, the same thing's happening here. He got Tom Friedman from The New York Times lashing out at Pelosi. You've got Tucker Carlson from Fox News, condemning Pelosi. You've got, I guess, Pelosi supporters loving what she's doing. And you've got the Biden administration letting her go.
U.S. Treasury Secretary says while economy is slowing, labor market is still strong.
"Treasury secretary Janet Yellen says the U.S. is better positioned than in the past as recessionary pressures flare I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest During a press breathing treasury secretary Janet Yellen emphasized that the U.S. economy while slowing has more resiliency than in past downturns She highlighted the strong labor market We need to see a slowdown in growth We are seeing that I do believe there is a path by which we maintain a strong labor market Gillen says that high prices are a top priority for the Biden administration The biggest burden that's weighing on negatively on household sentiment is inflation Young said that while there are positives about the U.S. economy along with inflation there are still headwinds at play largely due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the slowdown in the global supply chain I'm Lisa dwyer
How Do Democrats Define 'Recession?'
"Here's a Montage of Janet Yellen and Biden advisers trying to spin the definition of a recession. Not the technical definition. In terms of the technical definition, it's not a recession. That is not the actual definition of a recession. The technical definition of a recession yeah, it's technical. This is all technical. Here's another super cut that news busters put together. Showing this desperate effort to. Wait a minute. Let me play the news buster's Montage. Cut number ten. This is a flashback of prominent Democrats and recession. Thursday, that first reading of second quarter GDP, there's a possibility this is a negative number. Two consecutive quarters of negative growth, the definition of a recession is a decline in output for two consecutive quarters or about 6 months. A recession is just two consecutive quarters of economic decline. When we talk about the possibility of a recession, what is a recession, a recession is two consecutive quarters. Two consecutive quarters. Two consecutive quarters, two consecutive quarters of declining GDP. Because as you know, it's two consecutive quarters of down GDP. That signals it is actually a definition of a recession. I mean, it was common definition of a recession to consecutive quarters of negative growth. Even if we don't have two consecutive quarters of negative growth, we might have one quarter of growth so deep that it's classified as a recession.
Talk About Messed-Up Priorities...
"A big week. And I think you're seeing some trepidation right now in the marketplace because investors are trying to say, okay, what's going to happen? What's going to happen to the stock market? When that reality kicks in, that the fed may not be done. I don't think the fed can be done. You've heard me say before I do believe we're in a recession, I think it's going to get worse because pay inflation still going on. Janet Yellen said it herself, you know, consumers are still spending consumer spending is still, well, if people are still spending so much, that means that you're going to continue having all this inflation. Inflation is starting to get embedded into the economy. You know that I believe inflation is actually a whole lot worse than the 9.1%. They've been reporting probably a whole lot more like 16 to 20% when it's all said and done and Larry summers, not exactly what you would call conservative. In fact, the guys worked for a whole bunch of democratic administrations, Larry summers, agrees with me, and Larry summers has written on this and said we are much more likely to see downside from the Federal Reserve trying to overcompensate, right? Like they did too much, and they did it too fast, and they did it for too long, and now they're like, oh, God, we have to freak out. And when they freak out and they raise rates as they will tomorrow, well, that has a bad effect on the overall economy. And so that's the position we now find ourselves in and yet nobody cares. Nobody cares because there's too many other things that are way too important. You know, when feeds a car, as I said, tries to give them a little bit of advice, the CNN guy who's carrying the Democrats water and said, look, you know, this isn't the issue that you should be focused on when even Hillary Clinton is saying, hey, this is not the issue. The gender stuff that you should be focused on, the furious. I mean, that's just amazing to me. They're totally furious and people the judge's husbands out there criticizing the CNN guy how could you how dare you? Look, we got real problems,
Why Is Janet Yellen Suddenly Debating the Definition of a Recession?
"To pull out my econ one O one textbook? My uncle wrote one, by the way. I should pull this out. We'll see, that's tomorrow show. I promise you I'll bring the textbook on there. Well, the definition of a recession is, well, the classic definition, the textbook definition, Janet Yellen. You should know this happens to be two consecutive quarters of negative growth. All right? So I'm pretty darn sure, given what we're seeing already from corporations, right? Facebook has been so pessimistic, apple is so pessimistic. You had Walmart now saying, inflation is going to hurt earnings. Given all that pessimism, they're telling us exactly what we need to know. Not to mention the downside in the market, the official bear market territory that we've now come into in 2022, they're all telling us that the economy is hurting. I do believe this is going to be a negative quarter of growth. You've heard me. I said this months ago, and yet again, our treasury secretary, and I'm not going to bore you with the clip. I promise you, I won't do that. I watched the whole thing. So she was on with chuck Todd on NBC, meet the press over the weekend, and to his credit, he tried to push her a little bit on this. You know, we got 9.1% inflation and that's eating into any possible wage gains and people are upset. In fact, there's a quinnipiac poll. Showing that Joe Biden's approval rating on the economic front is just a 28%. That's pretty bad. I mean, that's really bad, really lousy. And Janet Yellen spoke in circles. It reminded me of Bernanke, actually no better yet. It reminded me of Greenspan in some ways, right? Because that was like watching paint dry. And the producers, I'm sure we're in the control group going, oh my God, chuck, please. Get her off. It was just really terribly boring, which irritates me because you know what? Our economy is darn exciting. And if she chooses to make it so boring, I think it's a part because she's trying to talk over people's heads. No, no, no, chuck, you don't know what the classic definition of recession really is. You're wrong on that. You know, we have to wait for the national economic bureau to come out of research and they'll tell us a year after the fact the good news about those guys is by the time they figure it out, we're usually out of a recession.
Janet Yellen Tries Spinning What a Recession Is
"Boy, we're in trouble. We're in a heap of trouble. Joe Biden not having an easy time of things as The Washington Post has an editorial and op-ed, urging him not to run. In 2024, now comes news of a likely recession, one of Obama's top advisers, former top advisers, says it's coming, Janet Yellen is spinning and tap dance and over on meet the press. Well, now we know what people normally think of recession is, but think of it a little bit differently. Reimagine what a recession really is. What is is, is, is, what's the meaning of is? What's that meaning in life?
Read My Lips: Inflation Is Here
"Right, let's dig into this 9.1% rebound inflation. Basically one of the reasons why it went up so much in June was because energy prices are really going up. But even if you strip out food and energy, which strangely, these fed economists like to do, I'm like, wait a second, people actually consume food and energy. So they're pretty relevant, but they like to take it out sometimes. Even if you take it out, you're looking at nearly 6% overall core rate inflation. In other words, prices are going up. They're going way, way, way, way up. And the fed consequently is going to have to move so aggressively. I mean, they did 75 basis points. I think they're going to do another 75. People say, you know, maybe they'll do 50 in September. I wouldn't be surprised to see another 75 in September. And the frustrating thing about all of this is that they should have seen it coming, they didn't, you know, typically. They want to believe they're wrong, you know what, right? And that's the problem. These things become political when they shouldn't be. And I use Janet Yellen as a great example, because Janet Yellen over there in treasury was out there saying it's transitory. It's transitory. It's transitory. It was like a big lie if you said, hey, wait a second. No, it's not transitory, which I said. And you know why I knew it was in transitory because these things get embedded right when the social security checks have to go up because they're keeping pace with the overall inflation rate when wages have to keep going up, which is great, by the way. But wages have to keep going up. And so these things become embedded into the economy. And that becomes a whole problem in and of itself, and the reason I say that, a lot of people say, well, who cares? What does it matter, you know? If everything's going up and sort of lockstep, why does it matter? It matters if you're trying to save, it matters if you ever want to retire someday, it matters because the value of your dollar is just going down, down, down.
Is the Economy Tumbling Towards a Recession?
"Welcome to the Hugh Hewitt show, great to be with you today. Lots to discuss, not necessarily including backyard generator, but we've got actually a, we've got to generate our question of our own today, which is, what does this economy generating? Is it going to, is it going to continue to generate rapid growth as Janet Yellen promised yesterday? Or as a recession coming as a previous democratic grocery secretary promise. Now, you've got really two different really two very different looks at this coming to you from democratic press secretary treasury secretaries. Let's take a listen to Janet Yellen yesterday talking about what her outlook is on the economy. And the economy to slow, it's been growing at a very rapid rate as the economy is the labor market is recovered and we've reached full employment. Well, I'm not exactly sure how much you can squeeze into that 12 second clip. So that's not correct. First off, we haven't reached full employment. I mean, honestly, this is just math. All you have to do is go to the bureau of labor statistics and take a look at the numbers and you'll know that we haven't reached full employment just on a static basis. We are about 900,000 jobs short of where we started in February 2020.
Treasury Secretary "recession not inevitable"
"The treasury secretary addresses the possibility of a recession There it is that R word again I don't think a recession is at all it all inevitable Treasury secretary Janet Yellen on the delicate dance being done by fed chair Jerome Powell as interest rates go up His goal is to bring inflation down while maintaining a strong labor market that's going to take skill and luck but I believe it's possible Yellen spoke on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos I'm Shelley
Warning: Biden Threatens Venezuelan-Style Socialism
"That one plus one is two. Unbelievable hello, everyone, welcome to the Trish Regan show. We're going to talk about that today. Plus, we get to talk about the Federal Reserve and these rate hikes and what it's going to mean for the markets. What it's going to mean for the economy. I think Democrats have figured out meanwhile they can't run Joe. There's no way no how they can run Joe Biden because of the economic disaster that we are in. I also have a warning for you today because I believe we are already in recession. We're going to get to all of that a quick reminder portions of today's program were brought to you by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals than right now given all this inflation that's here and not going away no matter what the photo reserve does. So take a look at legacy p.m. investment dot com today. Again, that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. We'll talk a little bit more about gold and investing coming up. But first of all, this news from Joe Biden because this one takes the cake. I'm sorry, I get that yes, screw that. I get that Janet Yellen who frankly should have known better as your treasury secretary. She screwed up. And I get that Jerome Powell screwed up. I mean, it's sort of amazing given the so called training these people have in economics that they didn't see the handwriting on the wall. I mean, I've been sitting here telling you for almost two years now, we would see major, major inflation double digit inflation, which of course we've gotten wholesale prices again this week and 8.6%, 8.3% now in terms of consumer prices, it is outrageous. Well, his answer to it all is to effectively just take over the oil companies, right? That's what a good socialist does, I guess. Only it hasn't worked so well in the past. I mean,
Laxalt's Nevada win sets up fierce race for Senate control
"Former president Trump scores in some of yesterday's primaries where he backed candidates in South Carolina Trump helped score a victory for Russell fry and in the process knocked out 5 term incumbent congressman Tom rice who backed his second impeachment But another incumbent that the former president sought to defeat in a neighboring district represented Nancy mace held back the challenger in Nevada Trump's pick former state attorney general Adam laxalt who has embraced lies about the 2020 election won the nomination for a pivotal Senate seat against a candidate endorsed by the states Republican Party in Maine Republican former governor Paul Lepage who boasts he was Trump before Trump wants his old job back and won the primary setting up a showdown with Democrat incumbent Janet mills I'm Julie
"janet g" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Yeah. Well, I don't know. We learned bits and pieces. We learned Paula Abdul clearly very nice. That was so sweet. We learned that we never want to see Barry Bonds on my door. For any reason. But still, we got to see her and MJ writing screen together..
"janet g" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And you're like, oh, that's lovely. That's right. Yes, she had a baby with whom? Yes. Literally, never comes up. I did have to Google at that moment and be like, who is her husband right now? Yeah, he is never mentioned. Well, did they break up? I thought they broke up. I don't know. Who knows? Who knows? Oh no. I have seen documentaries that function as like filmed Wikipedia entries. I've seen biopics the function that way, this thing sent me to Wikipedia. So many times to just be like, wait, what about such and such? What about this and that? Why didn't you ask the obvious follow-up question? But Stephen, were you surprised by that whenever you have a doctor where the star of the documentary is also in charge of making the documentary, it's going to be hero worship hagiography and I'm going to skip the part so they don't want to talk about. So I wasn't surprised by it, you know? Yeah. It is a void in which no insight can find purchase. And some of that falls on Janet Jackson herself. Think about Janet Jackson's life. Janet Jackson has lived all the jacksons have lived in this really strange bubble. We're none of them got to have childhoods. Janet has never been in the world when she has not been under a microscope. People forget, she was in a Vegas lounge show with her brothers at the age of 7. She's not two shows a night in Vegas at the age of 7. Right. And so it's only natural that she would be as guarded as she is. And I mean, and the jacksons, this runs through the whole family, there is this guardedness. There are things that we don't talk about. And it's wild to me like every issue that she talks about. Winds up getting presented in this weird way where you're like, wow, I would have thought there would be an easy answer to that question, but the way you answered it gives me 5 follow-up questions, none of which are asked. Yeah. I will say the moment that made me do that the most. Kind of like, wow, this is weird. I want some follow-up. When they do cover nipple gate, you can see that it's almost as if they've added in some video in post of her saying no, no, no, no, me and Justin are still friends. Right. So they have all the footage of nipplegate and then they flash forward to Janet making a home video herself on her iPhone, saying no, it's all good. Me and Justin are good. Justin and I are very good friends and we will always be very good friends. We spoke just a few days ago and he and I have moved on and it's time for everyone else to do the same. I had so many follow-ups for that. But of course, they just move on. They move on. I have had follow-up questions for Justin Timberlake, from several music documentaries that I've watched in the last year. Also what surprised me in that moment was that she talked about the aftermath right after nipple gate, like the day after the game, Justin calls her, she says, and it's like, what should I do? And she said that she told him you should lay low and say nothing. He said, you know, I don't know if I should come out and make a statement and this and that or say some of that say have something to say and I said, listen, I don't want any drama for you. They're aiming all of this at me. So I said just I said, if I were you I wouldn't say anything. And I was like, wow, that is a level of gracious you didn't have to be. Can you talk about that some more? Of course she does. Of course she doesn't. And also like they never actually get into the Les moonves of it all, and this is where that other documentary that The New York Times did. This is called malfunction. Yes, that actually unpacks what happened. The fact that she was basically blacklisted for a while, in this documentary, they briefly mentioned that she was just invited from the Grammys but they don't really talk about the fallout. And so I'm like, really? I don't know. I just feel like so much of this glides over all these things that we've heard before. There's a moment where they tee up that they're going to address this rumor of a love child between Jade's debarge and Janet Jackson. At the end of the first episode, and as soon as they prep it for the next episode, she's going to answer the question. They're like, so about this love child and then editing so that look, she's got a face. And they make it. Yeah. And I knew, of course, she's not going to say that, yes, we have a love child. And of course, she doesn't say it. So the way this documentary started tries to build up suspense around all the things that she's already spoken about before or that we know there's not going to be this big reveal. It's the same thing with Michael and the fact that one of the other episodes ends with the anticipation of her talking about his trial in the allegations against him and how it affected her, and she just says the same thing that she's always said, which is that I believe that he never did anything. And we were all in this corner, well, except for latoya, but they don't even talk about latoya, latoya is mysteriously missing from this documentary. A lot more rebe than latoya in this movie. So much ruby. I love rebi. Ruby seems very sweet. I do like ruby. Rabies is very sweet. Ribi Randy and Tito were the only siblings in this. Randy's the homie. And he's really close. I do think that if there's one thing that I take away from this, like Sam said, it just made me really appreciate her more. In terms of her ability to be vulnerable, even when she was being vague, I still feel as though she's vulnerable and genuine in a way that so many pop stars aren't or can't be. And I really appreciate the fact that she was able to sort of tap into that just sense of I'm here and resilient and I just want everyone to love me. It's like on a different pop star it would come off as sort of koi and treacly. But on her, it just feels like this is who she is. And so I appreciate that about her. Well, she also does this thing where she is one of the most powerful and richest pop stars of our time, and yet you watch this documentary and you on your couch and your living room are like, I hope she's okay. I'm worried about her. And that is a certain power. People that rich and powerful who can get their fans to be concerned about their welfare for decades. That is a certain power that Janet still has. And I found myself at the end of this documentary. Saying to myself, well, the story of Janet Jackson is the story of just like all the men in her life always getting in her way. Oh, my God. And I was mad about that. For her, you know, you think about it from the start. Joe Jackson, her dad was in her way. Michael Jackson, her brother got in her way that debarred that she married, got in her way. Her husband Renee became controlling and was in her way. Justin Timberlake was in her way. And the story of dannett, at least in this version of it, is like a very resilient and talented woman who loves the men in her life who are always kind of slowing her down and she just smiles through it. And I think with another pop star that would just seem trite, but that storyline works for me because I think that she's just so likeable. It's like even now you see Janet Jackson smile and nothing else matters. She has the best smile and pop. And that will cover a multitude of sins, even the sin of this four hour freaking documentary. I don't know. I mean, I agree that she's very likeable and I agree that I root for her. I do think as an interview subject, she presents vulnerability without candor. Which is a skill, which is the skill, which is a skill, but so much of this movie is like, I'm going to set the record straight and tell you once and for all the truth that I don't want to talk about that. But are you surprised? That's just Janet Jackson. Yeah. I'm waiting for the unauthorized four hour documentary. That will be the one that actually gives me something. But I don't even know if that's possible because according to everyone close in her life, she also keeps them at a distance. The fact that so many people didn't know that she was buried to Renee. People she worked with and her family for a while didn't know she was married to bars. So it's like she's very guarded for understandable reasons and this documentary just made me actually not only marvel at her resilience, but also just made me really sad for her because she's still in so many ways. You find that she's still sort of covering up for her the terrible. Well, not terrible. But then not great men in her life. And speaking of covering up the men in her life, she talks about this son that she has, and then we never see him..
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"janet g" Discussed on Planet Money
"At NPR's. It's been a minute podcast. 35 years ago, Janet Jackson released her album control. An album that helped redefine pop music. It was her first big commercial hit, and she became one of the biggest stars of the late 80s and early 90s, right up there with her brother Michael and with Madonna. And yet, Janet Jackson is not always given her do. In this episode, host Sam Sanders explores why that is, how she made the album control and the incident that lasted all, but a second that changed the course of her career. You probably know the one. Okay, here is the episode. Enjoy. What is your first Janet Jackson memory? It's a wild thing to ask me my first Janet Jackson memory because Janet and I are like the same age. A lot. This is music journalist, Danielle Smith. You know, it's a wonderful memories. So for my 8th birthday, my mother got me tickets to see the Jackson 5. Live in concert at the circle start theater in San Carlos, California. And when we got to the circle start theater, there was an opening act. And that opening act was Randy Jackson and Janet Jackson. Here's Janet and Randy or Randy and Janet. Wow. And she's at this point around your age, which is around, yeah, she was like 7 or 8. Yeah. Absolutely. How was she in that opening act performance? Well, the thing is, they weren't even singing. They were like doing skits. Okay, Janet. Now that you have what do you want to do? Vaudeville. They were doing they had jokes. You can't do that. Everybody works in this family, and that's pretty easy. And one of the jokes was and Janet is kind of known for this. You can find the shots of her, dressed up kind of like Mae West and doing Mae West impressions. Come now. That's the one. 'cause she has those two little buns on her head.
"janet g" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I had three ways to open this spot. You did them all hit them all and also none none. If you're exactly right there was a three hundred hundred over three. Yeah at the same. But you know what i was i got. Here's the deal they were all singles. Try to stretch the doubles and got tagged a second base in. Yeah so while. I did it still not productive right. I'm sure sunday appreciates by efforts after. Get sunday dot com slash part. Now sunday is. I was just talking to somebody Where they said. Hey you mentioned on the show that your lawn is never looked better. Are you using. Or is that the truth and i've told you off the air and i told this person it's the truth. I literally even today walking to my car looking at my lawn and how it's never been greener or more beautiful. Yeah and it's all due to this natural. There's no chemicals as this is not. It's good for the earth but it's making your lawn great Well now they've They've got these pesticides new. they've gone into they. Don't just want your lawn and beautiful. They want you to be able to utilize it be out. There have a picnic barbecue in the summer without the hassles of mosquitoes. And that sort of thing and this is the same deal. This stuff was also. It's not chemical it's natural stuff. We had this weird thing a couple of weeks ago where we were sitting watching television at night and i got up And i saw there was like a bunch of little. They weren't mosquitoes. They might have been nats like. I don't really know what that tiny little black things. Yeah i know exactly what you're talking about. And they were. They were on the floor. And i was like. We're hoping you guys come from the what's happening. They weren't even they weren't even flying up into the air they were just on the grant babies. Maybe i don't know. Yeah and i was like this is not good and i was like. Oh you know we just got this sunday. Pest stuff let zap them nailed it and then i so i opened the front door. I was like is it. Because are they opened on there. Like it like a crazy horror movie of these things like waiting for me at the front door and so you know. They don't know how to use doors right right but i have to. I have to use the doors times to go in and out and i. I didn't want them. Obviously the first wave it already come in somehow so these guys were were ready to come in next spray them down and it took care of them like easy and it didn't smell bad like sometimes those spray things smell terrible they can ruin your day. Yeah but this was it was it was actually kinda smelled. Good and it took care of business Now that sounds great Luckily you know we always have an ant problem at my house. Because of the little jerks jerks guess what the jerks are back That's my wife talking about the ants And it's all because of that They claim that there was that flood in my neighborhood. So now everything is Like an ant hill. And i don't understand the logic of that but there are smarter minds that understand that than i do But luckily the answer not come back yet. But i am prepared now. With my sunday almost like a sharpshooter a gunslinger gunslinger wanted to use And i'm ready to go so listen if you've got mosquitoes ticks cockroaches. You've got whatever the hell belknap was talking about. His house is still don't know what they were. They can handle it all both inside and outside your home. Go to get sunday dot com slash pardo. And they will figure out what pests active in your area They.
"janet g" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Off to other people met actually fully okay bags in here. Bird and one person gets that person's name sweet and spicy sweet city high caramel. I mean i would say that's probably going to say there's gotta be we have to decide whom here's rock and pop rugged here is just sounds almost like cocaine varney. You've got it all right there. We go bigger really feels. Try this just to see if he's right about the The aging process seems like we need plates. Wait what are we going to. Are we going to share hands popcorn folk. Who has we take one. Everybody tries one little. Yeah you can pour your hand sure or you can do you get out of your fucking bunker. Well number one ellie ellie counties tripled its number of infected people but okay i mean it's yes i am but also we don't want to get what's that one it was. I was more making a noise I'm going to put my hand out in popcorns gonna fall into it. Why why don't you that because it might miss. Look at. what flavor is that. Silky hands pardo popped kettle corn. Wanna try a little bit. yeah much. This elliott hold on all right go stands gracefully in his. Paul tumbled out rejoicing. Sure can't kyle watches and this. Oh look you worried for nothing. The smooth silky hands apart. All right. look. I'm not gonna lie. It's a little stale tablets. Read short stories. I didn't see that coming two hand. You couldn't do you sort of expect your teeth to to sort of cut up the popcorn instead. They sink into. Yeah like a casper. Mattress is just the right thing. Just the rebounds about it. Well i got to try this sweet and spicy here. That we'd be disappointed. I mean look. That's the only reason being this so tell it's good. That's what i'm saying. No doubt about flavor is right. It's just the the consistency of the popcorn is style stale style. That's weird. The popcorn gets one more soft. And i don't know for some reason. Stay on the seems like it should be like what happens if you look going into water. Eventually you may return. Perform if red get stale. It gets hard and Moisturised it almost like. They're made of different things. Sweden spicy ground very mild spies. Right it was nice. Hold on this is the opposite way. Where matt my head's i've come on spicy spice. You're right i mean an properties tumbling out of the bag. You'd never know it with stale. I agree with a strong beautiful tumble. Yeah no it's got a weird something there. There's a little spice. Did you hear that. They're sweden's by. I wouldn't have identified that. I got to know what city highs caramella mostly because the saturday morning tv show city high from the maker of the bells. One of my favorites. What happened you put you got rid of the rest up. Because that one is really stale. I feel horrible shooting on it but again the letter warned us. There'd be a situation so that house that is that also yes you know. Look you know that. Kind of thing where i keep eating it. Oh this one's not stale right. They're all sale pieces. There isn't a stale as the sweet spice take. Yeah it is. But it's got caramel caramel chewy. Maybe it's a good thing. I'm diving end. I don't want your head. That's i don't think we're leaving you out. No i'm i've gotten approach. The bench sustained stained. no this. Is this works. Neuron are to me. Alabama works and yet. You're putting aside i want. I want to let it continue the aging process. Okay do i need open this. We got i think we do. We have to open them all before we throw them all at once. Want rockets. what rocket pop is going to taste like. It's it's very Red yellow and blue. The most timely in terms of it being july country isn't rocket pop the the the ice cream. It's a yeah. Maybe it's a sweet play. I receive and then wait. Why would guarantee. Oh why wars to garin just asked if we could leave this in the kitchen for others to enjoy A horrible prank. What because some people don't that doesn't bother them. This would bother everybody's got stuck in nashville for sending. Even a person who likes stale popcorn was who thinks stale. Popcorn's a good. I i mean. I know that i'm a weirdo. That i like stale popcorn. Who would leave stale popcorn frisbee. This one's interesting. The this tastes like it was coated in like like almost like soda syrup. That cell therapy running sense creative. I feel like. I know this flavor actually quite well considering that i didn't know what to expect i'm or like yeah no. It tastes like the circus feels trying to make it easier. Welcome jury this wizard very sweet. Toss thank kyle it all services thank you so much for the thoughts and again only be grade letter the great and funny letter. I gotta go. We gotta go to virginia. I'm being honest. We have to be honest. it's so everything. Though the letter had sincerety it has a little snark self-effacing it had diarist sincerity. Tell you. I don't have headphones on. So i can't hear you sounds good. I think that's very very. yeah ok. The problem guys this is. Am kettle and were eating in the afternoon. So these morning we only missed it by like twenty minutes. I came damn it it just it just like you hadn't done that banana. Bid came in so hot. Some ways. leaving god dammit. Why didn't we see that soon. What we didn't open the boxer speaking of eating weird things early in the morning during the day. I got my car wash today. And when i went onto the waiting area it was nine. Thirty in the morning was a guy eating a soft serving as croon confused. I was like. I really had all those i was like. This guy's got the lead also get a saw saucer is not perishable. It was weird warming. That baby's gonna meltdown your arm and minutes after we get it out. There wasn't from the car wash. I just want to make that clear. Eyed serve soft serve as it may have been from the little taco stand on the corner. But why did they. Yeah that's weird thing for saucer that requires a machine. Yes that's it's not. What do they call it. Dipped hand dipped dip. No not dept. But what are they. There's a weird word for when they describe it themselves and i'm like hand dipped is adept. Scoot scoot hand. Scoop scoop scoop as what it should be called. They feel like there's another dip. That's when you actually dipped chocolate chocolate. Or sometimes i bring this up to only two enormous for the looked up on the internet. I it could be hand dipped. Do you know what i'm talking about was another word. Every here at him like you're making too big a deal with the fact that you just scoop. It calmed down the different things. Because you have the mechanical scoop thing then you have the hand eye the animal then. You've got the spoon you could spoon. But then there's that little paddle spend or they do use the pedals which is difference. Don't get balls out of that you just in my hand. Paddled meant something different in my radio. That's the bill that Some shows us when there's a sexual reference on corporal punishment. Ring the bell. That's but that expression.
"janet g" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"We are handwriting. Let's acknowledge his handwriting. I love in twenty twenty to have legible. Cursive is rare. I forget how to write feeling a lot of my writing. Does when i right now. It looks like i'm like this to get you're going to get capitals in the middle of case you're going to get what serial killer took notes from in pudu dear. Jimmy matt elliott garin janet reno kyle. I'll be listening to the show for years for the longest time. I've been trying to come up with something to send you all over there to show my appreciation and right when i came up with something who abandoned the studio for over a year. Something i still don't understand. Do something happened. I liked this guy. I now that i've gotten that home. Run of cova joke out of the way. I was at my local farmer's market and i saw these bags of beautiful gourmet popping corn from a local black woman owned business andrew virginia and my wife and i have really enjoyed it. I thought. Hey what an opportunity. I then got a little deeper into this plan before realizing that semi essentially be week popcorn. Two bucks may not be culinary revelation that it should be and if so and so. If that's the case please take my word for it. This popcorn was great. A week ago. I'm really partial to the sweet and spicy bag and the caramel bag has a light touch to the sweetness. I really enjoy in any way. I know that he box popcorn is a simple gesture. But you guys are great. Wanted to show you even a small way. How much i love. The show can't wait to see if you get Can't wait to see you if we ever get another show here in washington dc yours. Kyle ridden kyle reared and that's a great letter. Love it i didn't. He wasn't just resting on the gift he sent. He was like no. I'm putting time and effort into this if it gets read on the air. He should be speechwriter. Just saying when you run for an office. I don't disagree with the right lane. I wished that you would enjoy the thought of running. Also just very funny with smart people in communities i love that part of it i would like the everything else he would hate. I would. Hey we got the mail boxes painted. We thank you be part of all right jimmy. We have to do a meeting where we discuss how the mailboxes will be painted. Elliott elliott czar guy on that you know a good leader knows how to delegate certainly do that mr pardo. I got mailbox painted. I didn't like the color and it's your fault again. That's elliott says. American folks in the book starts here.
"janet g" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"She's been teaching a long time so we all gathered at her house and like did a little. Just walk around the neighborhood together with balloons and and it was fun. It was nice and then afterwards like we went to a friend's house just kind of an impromptu like let's go over there and we'll get popsicles or whatever and that turned into a balloon fight water balloon fight. And after that i was done i was like. That's more socializing than i've done. Yeah in over a year. And i am completely ten dinner the night before. That was another social engagement. It was a very social. I went from zero to sixty on socializing and bye bye. Yeah so we went out to dinner with you guys on saturday night. Which was really nice. It was nice. It was nice. Yeah it was bob's big boy to to some people's enjoyment and other people's non-german enjoy it. My son i assume that's what you're louisiana but i i also i didn't say this time but by my what they didn't call it a philly cheese steak but there was supposed to be a cheese stick. It was in your words blando calories. He wasn't really. Yeah and it had peppers on it and was still really bland. It was weird mine was okay. But oliver's was one of those he got the busby boy which is basically the version of a big mac and because he has a broken arm he kind of has to eat with one hand his left hand so him he has to hold it tight enough with his left hand which he doesn't do which then makes it all fall apart and my son he is my son. He has his father son that he's nauseated easily. Buy stuff like that. So all of a sudden wasn't when it wasn't a nice neat sandwich now and you can kind of see the ingredients. It grossed him out and he was out. Yeah conversation we know. Yeah the the boy said at one table. The girl said at the other and daniel said she had a great time with zoe. Yeah so and it was nice. That was really nice. Charlie was cracking him up all night. And he's here's the truth. I missed being around and nine year. Old where i can do that nonsense. And they enjoy and they just idiots yeah. He was the premise. Was that walk. Past i said was i wanted to have a fight and i was asking me charlie. Should i act on this now here. We go vacation jennifer. Nee and we welcome her up and down the stairs you know what we did a lot of rehab in the brand during the pandemic so we put some unnecessary stairs right down to we thought greens seventies den. It is very seventies. dan real. I mean this is this. Is this real most immediate. We don't not. We got to go back to the soft landing. There's no reason to have re entry anxiety. I think she just means because of the they get her immediately going right to that thing. I'm sorry i had to take this. Oh she's banana and then you immediately hung up on. It wasn't much to learn is going to go to bed. And the knicks fourteen seconds. It is measurably browner than it was. When i left the house. That is not good for this guy. Is everyone liked the smell of bananas. Because i'm not planning on actually eating this or the fit. Yeah have you brought it from home. I'm gonna. I'm gonna pretend. I would would've seen i have a poorer game face on that. I would've come in league in a strong. I wanna get to the bottom of this though because you can answer the question. Did you mean it to me. It's like going sitting over there first and then coming or do you mean just coming back to the studio for the volta for sure just sailing. I mean that's fine. Jewelry store question. I think she meant what you were saying. Okay yeah it doesn't give me you know what it doesn't give you any time people. Well you know what we were saying. Garin could say when we thought it was going to be more of an issue too like we thought we were going to need plexiglass and all sorts of stuff. We were like they could sit outside until we're ready. Yeah so if you wanna go outside. And i'm glad that that we skipped past in march when we were talking about it. We bought it for my plexiglas on the chief. Who invisible plane. Is that an option that is not invisible at all got some I only got a glimpse plexiglass put like a solid. I guess frosted look frosted from where i was and it felt suddenly very likely this is. That's weird you. Just want to see. Kind of confessional. Hasn't been peeled. It is radio good. Yes there's there's there's bubble wrap on that which makes it completely opaque but then there is a frosted sort of then removed film. Paul yeah i was gonna just those glass bricks like in eighties houses this there around and and proud. They were rounded proud and they wanted to make it more. They were around and around here jennifer. She came in strong hot as she said No soft landing came in as if she's hitting on the hudson coming. What's that what is. Who's that those are burder. Oh celie. I haven't thought about sulina why i think about him every day and that was not him by the way very clear would have thought of a minute ago. That's my it's kinda like the steps. The unnecessary steps calling them with just needed us off landing. We're coming in on the hudson. Your poll up too late Do you remember that episode of right. Now that we did over there at the acme that when gary lucy brought a banana as a phone and wrote iphone on the side or whatever it was. I can't afford an apple iphone. So i got the banana nanna shit the bed way And then but luckily we saved it. Because i was holding making fun of him and he just he just kind of what to absorb ring. I gotta be glad to go see but it was a journey to get to that. Sounds to me like you're giving yourself credit for saving the entire known reverently ring ring. He did the bring record. I would not have just answered. Hello without the ring ring. Okay so i will say that he saved. But then i really hug it and you brought it and you brought the team for the end you put him on your proverbial shoulders. He was the radar. I was the pilot to continue with the sully solid burger. Listen janet we have a couple of pieces of mail. We have to open And so we're gonna do that now. Okay because i was going to look into the future but if you don't want to do that now crystal ball you've been here been here before you've probably remember that will be made that remember that kubrick in basic it's light but it's also around. When did that start this year. Tell me seven lasts can be made into blocks. Not stupid guys around him there. Around and browns they are Used to collect the pro. Puppies collect the proud puppies any the properties. Yeah you make it a bigger stake..
"janet g" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I'd never seen cool again. You costra. when they opened up van. Halen i got there late. Didn't have a chance to see them. I thought they opened for chicago once. Fire several times fire. But i'm going to pay something cool. The game puts on one of the shows of received my life. They were the soy even the storm. The one song i did not know was wonderful. And you're up and you're moving and you're going to somebody's wife. I'll tell you what we there was a very attractive young couple in front of us. That i would have been more than happy to fall into and have them take me home and spent some time with them watching. Tv or having popcorn that we of course you know just to replace some canasta and very very nice The young lady looked at she was wearing an outfit and had hair very much like surges parker in la story that vibe. She kinda had that bubbly vibrant spirit. Yeah and and the the boys you gotta assume. The boyfriend looked like a everyday person version of that really handsome guy in crazy. Rich asians henry golden henry golding like look like a walking around version of that ad like really handsome. Yeah but just missing that sparked to be that guy because that guy is credit so this guy was handsome and then he's got this jessica parker from la story. Did you daniel remark good looking couple. We did not Because dan i think at that point was getting a hit in the back of the nose and so they were so what they did. They do the show as a when i spoke previously. They do a truncated version of show. It's only like ten or eleven songs where they do nothing but the hits except for emergency misled. I don't how you leave the and cherish. They didn't do those three. Oh and but everything else. Other than joanna specifically will young lady named joanna Has that were the that a seek that out joanna out there. There was a young lady off to the side of the stage. They say they're so young. Leader works here her name. Is joanna reams or something and we'd like to bring her out here to sing this. We're told this is one of her favorite songs and it looked legit. Wow because when it was over she ran off the stage like why the did they see was taken aback. Yeah it'll look. I show business this. Yeah this looked legit. That's cool But otherwise they are. I did not know this kind of jam band like there was a there was five minute trombone solo middle of a hollywood swinging and it was. I think it was. It was in talking. Great great musicians. One of the guys a dentist. I don't know his last name but he other gentlemen now kind of a play saxophone. He's gotta sits kind of leans on a stool but he's got the microphone up to his side but he looks this way and the audience that way and while the lead singer is doing. And you just hear that tonight. Party and oliver. I love it. We love that guy. Do that just like this unnecessary hype man. But he's not even doing he's gonna do it to herself but he's but he's might great. They were great. There's three originals and a cool place base Great they're all great cool cool as the bass player. He's basically you're at the gang. Is the rest of the group interesting baseball and singer. No there's a new to new younger gentlemen was the bass player always cool. He's been Yeah he and his brother. I believe started the band with these two other guys this. Dt and then this other horn player so so the singer is not the singer we remember from the from the eighty s. I believe it's a james. Jt taylor yet to be confused with the famous. I believe james that sounds right. Yeah that's the guy you know from the eighties. And and this guy that replaced him look zach like like him. I mean it looks like they like we got it. Looks like that guy. Sounds like that guy. And he's a good singer really good they were so they attend songs they take the break fireworks and then they came back out and did celebration and it was great awesome great yeah just nothing but positive energy everybody in the place even even drunk. Magoo feeling positive ops great happy fourth of july yes. Happy independence day. I spent the day going. I don't care about fireworks. And then when they were happening for three to four hours a as is always the case. I feel the need to go outside and see if i can see them and of course. I can't like we could see. They were doing some at lakeside at the golf course. We didn't realize that we found out later. That's where it was but we could see through some trees. We could see a little bit of them going off. And i was like okay. But it's it's weird when you hear fireworks you just like to see them and i know can they shoot them higher so that the whole neighbour like just let everybody sees. Everybody joined why. Why make them so low by the the high level ones that the reason. I don't know there was right in our neighborhood. Which is there's a little stretch of our neighborhood. That is a neighbor said kind of party corner and where there's always something happening than young people generally They put on a firework show that they could charge money for it was and it was as we were driving home into our really put the fucker and he was like all took a grand finale. That was amazing. It was great but but to your point low but right craziness. Yeah i don't know were they were told you were doing at the starlight bowl even though there was no show their shut. But we can't see those from where we are. Maybe we walked out onto a bigger street. I don't know but i was just exhausted from like we went to like eleven o'clock in the morning. A bunch of families gathered at this one. Charlie's old kindergarten teacher is like everybody's favorite teacher and she's just like maintains relationships with every single student and family of that student ever which is crazy..
"janet g" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Cents a pack. What's the average price of a pack of cigarettes Zero federal tax though someone. There's gotta be fed tech yup. I don't know if i talk because you're the host. I don't have any information. I'm not you. Average across all states is six dollars. Ninety six cents so this guy couldn't get this anywhere. this guy couldn't get one. I wonder if the price of cigarettes is maybe gone up in the last ten years because of the popularity of this guy has not smoked in ten years and he's came out of a coma. I gotta i. I gotta get a cigarette. I mean that's when he put it that way. Yeah i'm i'm not mad at that guy. I met at the guy behind the counter. That's my he's my problem today but i think that's right. I think maybe maybe he was trying to be a decent person not to make that guy who's already obviously going through a tough time. Don't make him feel foolish for coming up with the five dollars. And he's managing expectations a little bit. Yeah but i wish. I was to away from that dude. If i was closer. I i may. I really felt bad for the guy. Because again the way i'd like your positive energy of what the guy behind the counter i was i was like fucking with the guy. And or why do you not know that. That's the lowest price. Also when you're waiting it's more like your inconveniencing seven people to placate one person. But i would. I have gone to three dollars. What i've gone three bucks to been. Why not. why not if you have. Threes single dollars aren't about to spend. Yeah yeah maybe go back over there. I feel like i can probably there. I mean you know it's one of those situations. I hope he finds it. He'll be finds what he's looking for you so you hope he's not a bano i hope he's not he's not did have a. I'm talking youtube t shirt on. I'm talking youtube. There's a good chance. he's a yeah there's Which one are you are. You larry mullen junior. Who's the other fellow the edge edge. And then there's There's the guy we can never remember the name of. But which guy did i talk to backstage for. I think you talk to. Larry larry mullins junior. I'm clayton clayton talked or is it adam. Cayton holland way. Who is the drummer in that outfit. That's adam mullins is the bass player anything so is that is the bassist. Oh i'm picturing okay. Larry mullen his irish drummer. Oh no no. I was picturing the. Yeah larry moans junior is the guy with the spiky hair handsome man. I will never tell you. I will never be thought that scott or adam scott where the wives which when you talk to which when we talked do does he talk. He talked to us like we were important. We could go back to the episode where you told the story and find out. I'm pretty sure it was larry. I think you're right the drummer and he's gotta know we're all looking over his shoulder right. He's got to know that there's some people who really want to talk to larry. I'm a casual youtube fan. Yeah so. I'm looking to talk to bottle i'm looking at larry knows that that's why treated you like royalty. Because i talked to you. Gimme gimme adam. Clayton honestly looks like that could be in the green room that you talked to him like a dad. He looks again. There's proof there's evidence of who i am. That's not a good picture. We can't even see. I don't think that's i'm going to say it's your guy who you said. It was larry mullins duties by guys. Four if we're doing sexy the city. I think that was my question. No which. I say you said you were him. I i think you're more of a clayton. I don't even know clayton. Think in terms of the dynamic in the room. You're obviously i got the two nondescript. We talked to you for twenty minutes yeah. That's that's an experience that i've had. Yeah that's you that's Here we go fair. Wow might have been him ask. Click on that at the picture goes. That's he's he's unrecognizable to me. And i just because of his age. He's found a picture of him from the eighties nineties. I would recognize them but that guy looks not used to look his co. vid looks i. Did you go crazy hair. He looks amazing. But if you if i try to say here he is. You guys will never recognize them. Oh good lord. It looks like a wizard. Looks like tom looks like tom. Kenny doing a sketch yes. He's playing. god. I'll go along with that. It looks great. Apologize to the viewer. I am unable to make that not be a giant baba apology accepted. We as he listener of this program. Wallace happening never a second time. I accept your apology. That worked well. Yeah you go. Yeah yeah he looks like a wizard as he looks like a mister show. Wizard character turned away from again. Don't turn towards me. It turns out turn it further away further away there. We go too much read. Four people happy that wonderful. Show happy for everybody. Who's a fifth of july as mad as you alluded to the gallivanting. We oliver danielle. And i went to the hollywood bowl last night and to see kool and the gang and the fireworks the fourth of july celebration and we were asked the whole time other than we actively eating. Use the terminology from the screen. And i will tell you this. It felt like a lot of people excited to be back in the world and to be appreciative of the world and the conductor was all positive energy about We're back it was only they were only your second night back. I believe they did the first night down the third of july and then Other than the fact that we sat in front of a woman who and remember this. I was drunk for years in bars. I this may have been the drunk. As i've ever seen human being where she would she she would go. She would try to would that mogo and if not for the bench in front of her. Which by the way was the bench we were on and would hit any in the back of the head. Every time she would've fallen over like she was behind. You yeah. I don't know i thought you said so. She should a would flop and her husband or boyfriend. Whoever it was equally as hammered and at one point daniel daniel sitter a couple of times. Back up a little bit. Could you please back up. Because she then was using the bench as her stabilizer stabiliser instead of just sitting down. I've been drunk. You don't want to be standing. I don't know why. She's insisting on on on partying with gordon. The gang sit down but we turned around at one point and oh at some point. There was controversy over. Who had the right seats. And i'm like please being the oxy's me their own. My god please in the rock seats they of course weren't other folks were which i felt bad for them because they had been there. They have their picnic. They did everything and then they're like. Oh we were in the shit. Why can't it be you too. And why or. Why can't the usher realize these should leave and get an and go home So anyway we turn at one point. I turned around to her. And i said could you please backup you. Keep hitting my wife. And she then continuing one time. I look back. I mean my space. So now she's passive aggressive drunk. And i catch the eye of a of a young lady who looks who looks over at me and i know what they just went through but she mouths and i know what they went through. I said youtube because the husband was holding them hostage in a way that the guy kept going understood dot it on trying to yes yes yes ending to end it. You're absolutely let's have a good time period. Stop it and the guy. So he's driving them not she's driving us nuts. Yeah in the meantime now..
"janet g" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"We have janet montgomery's conversation from salem. I participated in a phone. Press conference and this conversation was featured on my recent time capsule episode but for premium subscribers. You get all by its. Let's go to my conversation with salems. Janet montgomery i think janet's a pleasure to talk to you. What you've performed in what this character has been ruined the first two years or it's amazing Kind of i just did. Some eighty are man. I'll take con high quite a lot. So my question actually deals with the countess. It seems like this. You know there's usually a character comes in and kind of stirs the pot even more. It turns out that it looks like she is that and is that can be kind of like the thread for the season that every relationship and kind of the rivalry is to be part of it I think definitely. It says the rest of the season but i think what's so great about the season is you know. Mary started off slightly caulking on my since. She's sort of had like a real confidence. She you know she was in control missing twenty warning and now we thought that the the well she's gonna enemy coming everybody trying to get out. Nobody's on husayn the really. That's so there's so much coming out that it. The count is only part of a lot of other people who are trying to get married but she really is. You know the county's only one part fan you know. There's an element to her that you can't help feeling for her a little bit because the way things happen to her. This is not something that she asked for to adapt to survive. So there's an element of sympathy. That i have her market. That's what the right to the really. Well i am constantly sort of sidon. Stay it you know. I don't want The the audience to sympathize with mary And come from necessary. The writing writing i like. Oh well she did this because like she is. She's doing everything she can and she does have a hot. But also there are things that are unredeemable. She's done and she that she's doing but she's very complicated. I think a lot of concern about also been when neither good nor bad. We'll somewhere in the gray area and not that's sort of sort of catches. I wanna play an what. I'm really trying to do with. This character is every time she does something i think. Wow like how people are going to sympathize. I managed to find a way in which people can understand why she's doing it. You know we'll end of the day. Yeah she's definitely complicated with a capital c. I wanted to ask you when you guys do your read through for the episode each episode. But kind of tell us a little bit what. The dynamic of that room is such an amazing cast. But it's interesting because you know we don't always have everybody here but the cool group of us are usually at the age you know and i think we all love to hit. Hit the episode out loud. All right the coal jay and we just enjoy it. And i'm i'm glad i get to work on a show. You know lois shows don't have time for reefers guy on a show which we all get together and and read it all together. 'cause sometimes you know this year i i'd much much interaction with the seasons going on with fast and so it's nice to be able to see them every week and go through the episode. Read it and hear what's going on in the end the it's also besides a heart element is also a tragic element to this. Almost i i dare say almost shakespearean to the way the way. The show is crafted becoming on that. Yeah i it. Sounds like a great tragedy. Or something. And i think that each time he thinks catching break a lot of my office episode. It was like heartbreaking. When you feel like is it gonna get away with dolly. And then you realize that. It's the countenances shit heartbreaking you think. Oh god this shouldn't be happening to these people. I kind of love that though every time every time someone you think they're gonna escape. They don't absolutely the here. It was heartbreaking heart breaking what about the the horror aspect of the series. I'm actually surprised on how much you got. You guys can actually do. It's really amazing. You know you never know especially with like a new network how much you can show. And and how. Much much. And i think the most the thing that makes the show really work at the moment and especially we've really got it in. The second season is the broncos are not holding back and it's very shocking. And i think that really works for the show because it makes it that that that having free rein create the wells and it means that we're doing something very different from anything else is on tv and we're not holding back because of warring. We're going to upset someone out there. The show definitely has its own mythology to no doubt about it. It's amazing how you kind of weaved your own kind of brand to the witches and everything. It's very different. And as far as the period closer concerned are you a fan of them or can you. can you. do you like wait until you. You can't wait until you get back into your normal clothes. I mean on the fun of definitely the way they look and joe the culture design as for just such an incredible job. They always looks spectacular. I think you know the season. He even excelled in south asia with mary close. But it's not comfortable. I can't of course it's uncomfortable. And i can't wait to get out of the you know the twelve hours voting. You'd definitely ready to take it all. And i wanna put it on. Lock minute i will go through the house. I want from my customers and i wanna take out. I hear you preseason so far. And the first season it's great to relive that on netflix. And stuff like that. It's really neat to be able to see that again to thank you so much joining shakes. That's great thank you. This is tony tomato..
"janet g" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Guess as to who she might be attracted to and possibly even fall in love with this particular people and when she when it hits upon the right person where it really thinks this is the this is the guy for her it will project holograms of the children. That patra and the person given guy might be able to conceive how she becomes smitten with one child in particular that she's asians of this one little girl that has these really startled is a in a in a good way. I mean she's just a beautiful little girl. Who reminds petra of the way. She actually looked when she was a young girl and so she feels a great affinity for this girl. But the problem is she. This is a faulty experiment. It's you know in test stages. Obviously it's an experiment and she's unable to figure out who the guy is. Who's triggering these visions. She has mystery of her own that she has to solve. That takes part over the first part of the novel. And i won't get into what it is she discovers because you've anything away but eventually she becomes wrapped up in the whole mystery of the juice. And how it's being used and it's when she and jarod and luscious come together if finally get to the conclusion of the novel and the final outcome of of what happens when the juices used when you're writing as the separate characters did you find it easy to kind of get into their head space and did you write each one separately or were you able to switch back and forth i right. In addition to writing novels. I write film scripts. And i've written them for many years. And so it's i sort of have a good muscle for dialogue in my mind. It took me a while to develop a three characters for sure were but i was playing on that that skill that i had developed as a screenwriter to get inside their heads and speak in their voices but i did have to when i first draft. There's chapters. I had to do them separately. I had to patras sequence of chapters and then jared's and lushes not necessarily in that order but it it. I found that. I had a stronger voice if i kept through one character before i went on to another and then you know at the same time when i was going between one character and the next the chapters you know went on sequentially. There also was the trick of making sure that the the story line progressed. That i wasn't just rehashing. What the the the readers had found out in previous chapters and that the story kept moving along so that was a bit tricky and took me some time for sure right one. Are we take a short break. We're talking to. Janet still sent about her novel juice. And we'll be right back back with. John is still sitting..
"janet g" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Let's say and thirty messages. Were going out to the world at large would if they could get a certain of the people out there in the world vote for certain politician or get behind the idea that the country needs to go to war and they wanna fight in the army. That sort of thing so i sort of took it out to what i felt was the furthest extreme interesting up. You know being that you were in the entertainment industry. Is this also commenting on You know being charming and kind of how that can be used and it sounds like in some cases in this in this book. Maybe the wrong way. Oh yeah absolutely. I have i have a but also it can be used for extreme good. It's well the guy who created the substance was kind of a genius. Young man who studied at mit and his original idea was to use it for great good who get for example warring nations to sit down the guy who created the juice was a young genius named tom zang and when tom created a his intentions were to use it for great. Good with the idea that if he took the substance himself and he was able to approach the leaders of certain warring nations that he could get them to sit down and smoke the peace pipe as it were and to create more peace in the world but the substance was stolen from him and it became used by this executive within this large media company to create cats mites to were to for his own personal advantages of what he wanted to create and so he created to cares mites one who was originally a salesperson who worked within a big media company who became an on air personality and just you know charmed people to no end and and persuaded them Sort of subliminal almost to do certain things and then he also found a young girl who becomes kind of a cinderella like character within the novel in that she at the start. She's kinda homeboy. she's dirt poor. She lives in a very poor community. In upstate new york. He transforms her which she accepts substance. She not only as part of becoming extremely charismatic she also becomes very loring it changes the contours of her body. And does things like changed. Change the color of her hair and the glossy -ness of her hair and the the glow of her is all these different things but she had us she ha- she's a good character. She has goodness editor at her heart. And she doesn't realize what she's getting herself into and It's sort of an awakening for her over the course of the book to figure out exactly what he's doing to to use her as a tool..
"janet g" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Now another addition of tony tomato. On cy cy talk. This is katie sack off. You're listening co creators of out. At what am i promoting do all right okay. Or any three new. What this is. Mike dougherty and the fisher. We're the co creators brown coach redemption. And you're listening to us by jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride hi. i'm tim. Daly the voice superman right here on sci-fi talk. Hello i'm rodney mckay. David hewlett hip. Hi this is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have the variance anyway. People at all. They're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Today we look at the juice interesting. A substance that makes you more charismatic and it turns you into a carries might which is a person who's very charismatic. and today we have the author jan still welcome janet..
"janet g" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Win was nominated for an oscar for that writing And she also at one. Point in time was head of jodie foster's production company own at school. She's done a lot of writing for pixar and it is. Yeah yeah yeah. It's a great film. I've talked to some of the people that voice the characters which was really okay. That's it was it was it was really cool and my other mentor was called mary. Jane skalski and mary. Jane is a longtime producer Largely of indie films She did the station agent. I don't know if you remember that film. She got a lot of different films. They really put me through the paces. I mean i've felt like You know somebody who was at some. You know baseball club in rockaway long island. Whose son in coached by somebody from the you know from a major league team they tore apart. My script sent me home. And i put it back together again and it was a lot better and and it really It really helped me as a writer overall because the lessons i learned from from them helped me in my craft just going forward but the best part of the whole experience was that i formed really strong relationships with the other people who were part of the part of the program. That's great we came to call ourselves. Merrill's army. I liked that it's great and we still stay in touch and help each other with our projects. In fact few of them were very very instrumental in helping me see how i could make juice much better than it already. Was mary go. So i got a list of questions to ask you and one at intrigue me is you know what are your favorite sci fi your fantasy books that have strong female roles one of the books that i love. A series of books is his dark materials. Oh yeah yeah. Which of course is now on hbo. I love that book. It's got a wonderful female characters. I also love china. Remember that there's a. There's a neil gaiman Novel fantasy novel. I read recently. That's i believe it's called the ocean at the end of the lane with a recalled. Letty ch i quite a quite adored that character and also Just in terms of movies. I liked the movie black swan a great film..
"janet g" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"In addition to writing novels. I write film scripts. And i've written them for many years. And so it's i sort of have a good muscle for dialogue in my mind. It took me a while to develop a three characters for sure were but i was playing on that that skill that i had developed as a screenwriter to get inside their heads and speak in their voices but i did have to when i first draft. There's chapters. I had to do them separately. I had to patras sequence of chapters and then jared's and lushes not necessarily in that order but it it. I found that. I had a stronger voice if i kept through one character before i went on to another and then you know at the same time when i was going between one character and the next the chapters you know went on sequentially. There also was the trick of making sure that the the story line progressed. That i wasn't just rehashing. What the the the readers had found out in previous chapters and that the story kept moving along so that was a bit tricky and took me some time for sure right one. Don't we take a short break. We're talking to. Janet still sent about her novel juice. And we'll be right back back with. John is still sitting. I'm tony tomato and we're talking about the juice what's interesting is you went through a program called the writer's lab for women which sounds a crepe program to develop women writers and it's sponsored by meryl streep and nicole kidman. Tell us about that experience. Oh it was amazing. It truly was an oprah. Winfrey is now. I'm bored as well as earn. Yeah yeah three three heavyweights to be sure. This was developed by some wonderful women here in new york in the film and television industry and the naked with an organization called new york women in film and television and they came up with this idea. That one of the problems they in hollywood today is that they're very few You know if you look at the percentage of of women who are who make it as as writers in hollywood. It's the percentages really low. I can't remember. I think is like under ten percent of all riders so they came up with the idea of trying to help. Women who you know word had already shown. They had some talents to really show them how what they needed to do to become much better at their craft and so they formed this in twenty fifteen and they put out a call for scripts and thirty five hundred. People women Submitted their scripts. And i was chosen along with love another very talented women which made me feel like pretty hot stuff for about a split. Then we got to the lab which takes place over a long weekend. And i was teamed up with Some incredible women one is meg lefebvre who She was one of the writers of inside out..
"janet g" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Today we look at the juice interesting. A substance that makes you more charismatic and it turns you into a carries might which is a person who's very charismatic. and today we have the author jan still welcome janet..