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Cregg on the West Wing which has switched genres once. It was a wonderful drama about an enlightened administration now it science fiction. We want to hear your statements. I so give us a call. The number is one triple eight. Wait wait that's one. Eight eight eight nine. Two four eight nine two four. Let's welcome our first listener contestant. Hi you're on wait wait. Don't tell me I this is the lineup from Pasadena. California hailing a Pasadena. They're bright and funny and Pretty considering what do you do there in Pasadena? So I work at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Emma scientists on the curiosity rover new kidding. Follow that witter so are you. Are you like controlling the rover? Is that one of your jobs when you say you work on it. So I helped the scientists plan what we're GONNA uplink every single day ever given it the instruction. Please come and get me. Ah Maybe we will have Jim. It's the one safe place missile system. Can you make the rover Rollover Eighty thousand dollars? I'm pretty sure the engineers would would stop us from doing that. Yeah it's a two and a half billion dollar rover don't do that don't do that. Well Atlanta a pleasure to talk to you. Let me introduce you to our panel. This week. I up it's the host of the daily podcast. Tbt L. as well as the public radio variety show livewire it's Luke Burbank. Elena lost on you but I put Cologne on for this. Which by the way means you're in the danger zone if you can smell someone's Cologne run your to close next to contributor to CBS Sunday morning. Who will start off Broadway in her own Solo? Show approval junkie as soon as off. Broadway is a thing again. It's faith is ailing very cool. I think and finally a correspondent for CBS Sunday morning in the author of Mobility Aries. Great Lives Worth reliving. It's Mo Rocca Lena. I would say that. I'm wearing a wife beater but that's politically incorrect. I'm wearing a Guinea. T dodged that bullet Mo so Elena you of course they're gonNA play. Who's bill this time? Bill Curtis is GonNa Redo three quotations from this week's news. If you can correctly identify explain. Just two of them. You'll win our prize voice from our show that you might choose for your voicemail. You're ready to go ready for your first quote. Here is the mayor of Las Vegas talking to Anderson Cooper this week. We don't do bad things to people at all ever. The mayor was insisting that despite her city's reputation as sin city only good things will happen to people once Vegas does what reopens. Yes exactly. Right Carolyn. Goodman Las Vegas. Says she's willing to let all the casinos in restaurants and bars in your city open for business despite the pandemic because as they say what happens in Vegas spreads to neighboring cities and then eventually across the country now when she was asked about whether she wants Vegas to be part of a such dangerous test. She said they used to test nuclear bombs. Here in that worked out okay. That's not a joke. She said that the question is it how she got elected to three terms. The question is how is anybody in Las Vegas Still Alive under her. Just going to vegas is playing Russian Roulette. That's I mean in Las Vegas. The place where people notoriously make prudent and wise decisions. I speak as a person who frequents casinos. Like don't leave it up to Casino Luke to decide how close to the roulette table. He should be and she is. She actually told Anderson Cooper in a CNN interview. That she doesn't gamble. She used to gamble but she doesn't gamble and of course she is with the lives of millions of people. She became bored with the usual stakes. Why not gambling? Is this the same week that the gathering of the Juggle OHS was cancelled less the insane? Clown posse yeah better public health awareness than the mayor of a major American city like shaggy. Two Dope should be running at this point. That would be a better situation. But imagine how proud though Mayor Goodman will be when the Bellagio Casino and hotel announces that the corona virus has been booked for three month residency. I should say that this is part of this weird movement across the country. People are holding protests against the lockdown holding. Signs like lockdown sucks. And I want a haircut and let me golf. You know what's old tired thinking? Live freer die. You know what's hot live free and die? I think that's the Tattoo that most people in Georgia are gonna get when the Tattoo Parlor Ge. Fei To you you have to defend this whole tattoo parlor policy in Georgia since you are George. What's going on? I just think Mo that people in the south are itching to both and we can't do that against all things to open up first tattoo parlors and bowling alleys and pool halls. They're trying to reopen depression-era one thousand nine hundred thirty Atlanta yes. Basically the most important demographic in Georgia is sailors on shore. Leave all right. Elena you're next quote is from someone on twitter. What if I just bought a barrel of it like just to have around that? Was somebody thinking about investing in what now that it is incredibly cheap oil you're rating the price of a barrel of oil sunk below zero dollars. It got so cheap. It's priced negatively. People who have oil seriously have so much of it that they will pay you to take it off their hands. This has led to swarms of people rushing to cushing Oklahoma to pick it up you know with just bringing all their extra tupperware you get there to claim your hundred barrels of oil and then you realize you forgot all the lids I have always been perplexed by one element of the oil which is a certain kind of oil is always described as light sweet crude. Yes the guy who tasted it. Where did you get the flavor notes of the oil from that now is part of the description? You've probably heard this that with prices so low. It's actually more expensive to buy a bottle of water than the same amount of crude oil and that may be the solution. Just make crude oil into a health. Drink looks bad and it tastes terrible. Forget smartwater try thick water. I think that would turn some of us into some oil as so anyway. People are desperate to try to find someplace to pull this oil. Bp suggested dumping it into the Gulf of Mexico saying quote. It's worked before. Tell you what you can just mas at a shocking amount of oil sixteen year old Luke Burbank's forehead a man. Was it light and sweet? It was crude. I'll tell you that US all right Atlanta. Your last quote is from a psychologist talking about one of the burdens of our current moment you're watching TV but TV is also watching you. People are getting tired of their. Tv's watching them. Now that we're all meeting people how over the Yes zoomed. Psychological study published. This week proves what we have all been figuring out for ourselves. Zoom meetings are exhausting. Everybody looked shocked because they're all ignoring each other and staring at their own face in thinking. That must be a software glitch. I cannot look like that. You can't look away from the screen. You can't lose focus because you don't know when all of a sudden somebody is going to ask you something it ruins you for looking at any other screen. You Watch Netflix. Newry Beau Jack Horsemen is going to look at you and ask for your take. We've all become lighting designers though right yes absolutely have have any of you. Assuming you've been doing this taken care to arrange the background of weirdly. I mean we'RE NOT ANIMALS PETER. So what I? WanNa know what you've added what you've removed if anything but is there anything? Barreling removed a lot of my stuffed animals. Business starts to get a little bit creepy. Yeah a little bit. I have been tempted to look into maybe renting some small children to Kinda walk behind me. Storable yeah that Bill. How did Elena do on our quiz? Well alantic until the Mars rover. She's perfect three it. Oh congratulations. Thanks to the exciting work that you do and I hope you find a way for us to follow the Rovers as soon thank you very much thank you take care. Bye All right panel. It is time for you to answer some questions about this week's News Luke. Being in lockdown is hard but governor Andrew Cuomo is taking emergency measures to at least make it possible for people in New York too easily. Do what without leaving their homes? I am not sure. Can I get a hint? Well instead of sickness and in health now it's just sickness. Oh so people can get married from home. Yes exactly if you can't think of anything more romantic than getting married near the same couch. You work eat sleep and attend zoom high school reunions from now you can dial up ordain minister on zoom into it remotely if you live in New York. It's basically a vegas wedding but now the sticky floors and old beer stink. They're all your fault. I think there's something very romantic actually about about deciding in this moment that you that you the person that you're with in whatever residents you're in you actually make it more serious with them because that is. I don't understand that logic salon. I guess if you've been able to survive five weeks living inside with another person. That person is the right person for you. I think we can say right. You've passed the acid test. Yeah I don't know there's that seven-week week it passed all headed towards Vegas right now by the way I love it and all sorts of traditions will spring up. You'll select your zooms men right but I mean I wish I could have gotten divorced by zoom. That would've been a lot easier. 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All right all right I'll ask me another from. Npr FROM NPR. I'm WBZ CHICAGO. This his wait wait. Don't tell me the NPR news quiz. I'm Bill Curtis. We are playing this week with more. Raka faith Sally and Luke Burbank and here again is your host from the beautiful. Say Gold Closet Auditorium and theater. Peter's Hegel thank you drill right now. It's time to wait wait. Don't tell me bluff solicitor game. Call one chip. Wait wait to play our game on the air. Hi you're on wait wait. Don't tell me hi. This is Nicole Krathong from Columbus Ohio or things in Columbus that capital city things are pretty good in Columbus. I'm glad to hear it. What do you do there when you're allowed to go do it? Well actually fool allowed to go do it. I'm a professor of communication at the Ohio State University. And we've been teaching remotely for the last five weeks. And how did you find teaching remotely as opposed to teaching face to face? Well if feet not teaching at all then we try to make it worthwhile. We brought him really prominent speakers that would come in and do madore classes You didn't ask any of US exactly nothing to do well. It's really nice to have you with US Nicole. You're going to play the game in which tried to tell truth from fiction bill. What's Nicole's topic? Underwears saves the day. Underwear is a hero. According to a survey of one thousand pairs of jeans this week we heard a story of undergarments helping out in a new way. Our panelists are going to tell you about it. Picked one is telling the truth and win our prize. The waiter of your choice on your voicemail ready to play ready all right here. We go first. Let's hear from Mo Rocca. The workers were under a tight deadline. Minnesota's reared in summer camp was about to begin but the pools construction wasn't complete to work around the clock. The laborers needed coffee. But they were out of coffee filters Foreman Glenn Her. She had no idea after debriefing. His Co workers he debriefed. That's right. He used his underwear as a coffee filter. Here's how it works. Drop a nice pile of coffee grounds into the seat of the underpants as the pile begins. Teaming Watch as the Brown goodness seeps through into a waiting cup now while this processor will sustain her underpants deep brown you can wear them afterward. That's what Glenn. Hershey did proudly quote as the parents began dropping the kids off at the pool. We all high five each other and I felt so warm inside me. I'm never buying coffee filters again Glenn Hershey Foreman on a construction projects in great detail about using his underwear for a coffee. Filter your next story of someone. Delegating delegates comes from faith sale. There are a lot of benefits to having enough cleavage to fill a large brassiere. I mean I guess I would not know but just ask Betsy Ross. Yes that's her real name. And she lives in Visalia California in twenty twenty and not Philadelphia in seventeen seventy six. She and her family recently went to a local park to play pickle ball which is a paddle sport. Betsy discovered some smash duck nests and one lone slightly cracked egg. She called the local animal shelter. Who told her they don't take eggs. But you know who does take eggs? Betsy Ross's Bra. That's nestled that egg in her bosom. I carried it in my bra for thirty five days and slept with it there as well. She says I'm a plus size girl so it just Kinda fit right in between my breasts. She learned the egg needed warmth and humidity so she decided to just keep the egg. Where was my boobs sweat in heat? She explains so all she had to do was rotate the egg. Four to five times a day and handed to her husband when she showered who presumably stood there feeling both nervous and left out. Betsy is Bra proved to be an excellent substitute for a ducks rear. Because the duckling hatched after spending such intimate time together the way foul obviously didn't WanNa say goodbye to betsy and her soft Lacy Nest. She says he would follow me and when I left without him. My husband complained that he would sit and cry. They finally sent her waddling boo baby to a rescue farm and I think we all know that if ducks could talk this one would crack thanks. Thanks for the memories a betsy. Ross of Vassilia California hatching duck egg in her bra. Your last story of underwear that went there comes from Luke Burbank. Lynn and FAM. Damore a retired couple from slanty Michigan. Thought they were setting out for relaxing day of canoeing on Lake Erie last week when things started to go awry I a strong wind blew them further out into the lake than they'd intended at which point. They also realized that the canoe which had been sitting in their garage for years actually had a crack in it. I was taking on water to their relief. They limped the boat to mouse island. A tiny speck of land ten miles offshore. Unfortunately the island had no cell phone reception. Fortunately it was once inhabited by a family of bootleggers. The Maguire's who were hiding out from the law. There cabinet mostly collapsed but in the debris the demorats were able to find over thirty pairs of old fashioned knickers which had somehow been preserved. And then tie them together like a kite which is where. Old and new technologies collided. Literally the kite managed to get tangled up a drone that was flying overhead and then the annoyed owner of the drone came by the island to retrieve it and there. They found the very cold very tired. But unhurt. Demorats thank God. Thong underwear hadn't been invented back then. A shivering Linda Moore told a local paper when they reached shore or would have never been found alive. All right here. Are Your choices? Nicole from Morocca charming lovely and I would say even inspiring story of underwear used as a coffee filter from faith. A woman who hatched a duck egg by carrying it around in her bra for a month and from Luke how the demorats of Michigan save themselves with some antique underwear. They found on an island. Which of these is the real story of underwear saving? The day was from Philadelphia. I'm going to have to pick the one that says that has not roughing it so I'll go with number two. You're going to go with betsy. Ross that of course faith story of the woman who nurtured a baby duck in her own brought wealth to bring you the correct answer. We actually spoke to the person who was saved by underwear actually had it in my bra for thirty three days. I figured boob sweat. Why not put it in there? That was betsy. Ross the duck egg savior herself. Congratulations Nicole you got it right. You earned a point for faith. You've won are. Is the voice of your choice in. Your Voice. Mail congratulations Nicole. Thank you so much for calling it a planner games. A they vevey won. That's sweet baby and now the game where people are rewarded for all their good work by having to work on something bad. It's not my job. Allison Janney became famous. Playing a wonderful person press secretary. Cj cregg on the West Wing but she got her Oscar two years ago for playing a completely terrible person. Tonya harding's mother in I. Tanya issue actually wonderful or she terrible. It's time to find out. Allison Janney welcome to wait. Wait don't tell me bet did back on. So she's left I actually. I actually looked up. I hadn't seen it since it happened but I looked up your Oscar. Acceptance speech per playing a Tania's mother began. You begin with the greatest line I've ever heard. Could you repeat it for us? Now she gets up. She's into beautiful gown. She wins an Oscar for best supporting actress and she says I did it all by myself. Thank God and if you had any any gumption you would've turned and walked away one jet ski or whatever they were found. Yeah right you know legend. I chickened out but it would have been would have been. It would have been unforgettable. I we always. We're checking in with their guests. How're you doing? Allison Janney during all this. This it's been at credibly challenging time I decided to come back to Ohio To be with my folks to ride this through with them and now and look after them and so. I feel really really good about that decision. I mean I was about to ask you if it was weird to walk around a city in Ohio as nationally internationally famous actress but then I realized you're not walking around anywhere. Are you know I mean I go to the market but nobody knows who I am because I got my mask gone? I got my sunglasses. That got a hat on you know. I'm I'm incognito everywhere I go so do you sometimes just have to ask your parents. Do you know who I take off my mask so we were talking about I Tanya. That was an amazing role for which you want an Oscar and it was written specifically for you right Yes Steven. Rogers and I went to the neighborhood playhouse in New York City together back in the eighties and he wrote a cart knowing that I would. I would be able to inhabit that kind of lady and make her plausible. I guess that's the right word Rio For those who haven't seen I Tanya first of all what's wrong with you Secondly the character that Allison plays is Tania's mother who is truly the worst mother ever committed to film and was it weird when someone says I wrote this part especially for you. I thought of you the whole time. I was writing here. You go allison and you're like thanks. I did think no because he knew I. I like to take characters like that and make them human and make them believable and and having been a figure skater myself. I felt like I understood what a commitment is for for parents because my mother would get up at five in the morning and take me to the ice rink before school you were actually an ice skater. Wanted to be an Olympic figure skater. That was my my dreams where you actually going to be A. You're like on that track. I wasn't that good. I was taught you cash. It's an acrobatic sport. I'm six feet tall. I the most I could do. I could do a double south cow and an double flip to double jumps and that was it Yeah I was graceful. Could have been like tourbillon. Dean could have been talking about. Yes I remember tour sandwiches so beautiful. I could've that's what should have been. It could've been an ice dancer. I love this. This is like on the waterfront but frozen over. Did you ever talk to Tanya about your performance as her mother and if so what did she say she was the one who guided me Michael Formats? I couldn't believe that someone could be this horrible to their daughter but she was straight. These were her stories and she basically helped me have the competence to step into a You know it was a it was hard to do to Margot Robbie though it was interesting as as an actor trying to figure out how to be incredibly mean to her and just yet we're going to jump into a scene now and you're going to throw a knife Margot Robbie and got what we do. I do and ask you about that education. Which is the movie that's coming out on. Hbo This weekend. A who is more of a Prima Donna to work with the parrot from Tanya or Hugh Jackman Doku Chapman pick as he is the loveliest. Yeah the the parrot. When's Madonna Han Hans? Down Scene Stealing Madonna. Hugh Jackman is a delightful playful. And and and you know accessible and and generous. He's wonderful he would use the kind of guy that thinks about everyone. Brings everyone scratches on Friday the whole crew and buys everyone just want us to really generous? Guy? You want to Lotto scratch cards though to me by scratchy. Little scratch cards. Yeah Yeah I don't play that's route. Let's let me ask you a question. Would you be four? There's a corona virus vaccine. Would you film a sex scene with your job? Yes Alison. Your parents are downstairs. Keep it down when you're talking about this on the third floor. Then she's there on the I I I would. I was so disappointed to not to walk a red carpet with Hugh. Jackman was finally going to walk down the red carpet with him with a ensure older than me and it was Was Gonna be a lovely moment for me but we we did just speak recently. We had to do a little virtual red carpet. A note Like this and I was dressed exactly what I'm wearing right now. And we know who? Who are you wearing that actually wearing my mother's Cardigan I'm sorry wearing by mother mother's hip designer in La. Who's card again? I'm wearing a t shirt worn for three days and I do not smell so good right now and I fancied it up with this little gold necklace should have. You should have your father just off camera as a security guard for your necklace. One last question for before the game and it just occurred to me. So you're in your parents house. Is The house where you grew up. Now okay maybe this still happens. Is there anywhere in the house. A shrine to to Allison Janney. Because you're an acclaimed award winning actress. Wouldn't your parents like put up pictures of you in the red carpet and copies of your awards and stuff like that. You know there are a few there but I have you know or other people fan. The family didn't want to give equal equal time equal you know spacing in the house To to to other siblings of no one cares about Tim's amway career. I just remember calling my mother and father tell him I got nominated for my first emmy and my mother and father were up in Vermont and she said well that that's lovely honey but your father and I are doing with the septic system right now. So we'll go. I always very grounded here in Ohio. Well Allison Janney. It's a delight to talk to you but we have asked you here to play a game that this time we're calling bad education meet DAD education. You started in bad education. We're GONNA ask you about data education the wonderful things that we've learned from in about Dad's answer two out of three of these correctly overprice whenever listeners. The Voice of anyone. They may choose from our show. Bill who is Allison Janney playing for Kevin Crawford of Newark New Jersey? All right. Here's your first question. All Right World Champion swimmer Santo Condoleeza Says. His Dad is the secret to his success. He didn't start winning until his father did. What before every race a gave him the middle finger be shouted win or drown or see swam the lane. I to quote. Make a groove. Give them the Middle Finger. Exactly right yes you were so sure about it all right your next question. A local politician in Arkansas may regret teaching his son. The INS and outs of politics after the teenager did what a created a fake SUPERPAC. That flooded the airwaves with negative ads and drove his father from office. Be bought the local paper and vowed to give his dad. No mercy or see hired a well-connected lobbyists to pressure his dad for more allowance. That one no it was be nineteen year old. Hayden Taylor bought the central Delta August son and said he'd give his dad no mercy all right. You've one last chance we get this right. You win now. Some dads have kids who were very quick. Learners for example is young boy. Stephen Hawking son was able to do which of these a? He secretly added swear words to his dad's speech program. He proved his dad's wheelchair to do surprise donuts or see he created a unified theoretical framework of physics that fully explains everything in the universe. Well I gotta say I hope it's the first one and you're right. Yes swear words to his dad's speech program. How did Allison Janney doing our quiz g? Winds and other Oscar. Because two three wait wait is a whim big win. Alison your your parents are going to be so happy. You've gotTa tell them. They're going to be bowled over there just to not. Now they're gonNA they're gonNA kick me out of the attic is what they're gonNA do. Allison Janney new film is bad education at streaming on. Hbo Starting this very weekend. Thank you so much alison pleasure. Thank you out began. Roll outs with everything. That a man who was born you could show me Nolan. The field mccracken just a minute. It's a small world after all in our listener. Limerick challenge calling triple eight. Wait to join us in the air. 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We are playing this week with Luke Burbank Morocco and faith Sally and here again your host the man who puts the swept in pants. Peter Sales. Thank you well. I could see that. That is a true statement in just a minute. Bill actually prefers working remotely in our listener limerick challenge. If you'd like to give us a call at one triple eight wait wait. That's one eight eight eight nine two four eight nine two four but right now panel. It's time for that public service segment of our show. Wash your hands with bill. All it takes twenty seconds of soap and hot water to clean your hands thoroughly to help you out this week though. Curtis is going to sing us. An Ode to what has become his favourite warranty food. And Your Cam opener. I got down but I get up. I'm so strong from eating beans down but I got up. I guess hungry needing beaten again. It's time you know what that means. I've got to always eat these beans. I got down but I got up. It's beaten bees being green. Billy loved his being these. It's not that funny. Faith thank you jumble Wamba. Thank you go your brand beans and as always thank you bill. We needed that as a nation. We did now panel. It is time for some more questions for you. From this week's news. Faith AUTHORITIES IN TAMPA FLORIDA. Found someone violating the lockdown orders and exercising in a public park. Who Was it that guy? Tom Brady exactly Tom Brady. The mayor of Tampa at park staff found somebody running around in closed park without a care in the world. It turned out to be the former patriots superstar who is now playing for what's their name. It's something to do with the ocean. It'll come to him in a minute. Mr Brady wasn't arrested or cited and it's unclear how many times he just dumbly repeated but I'm Tom Brady and then later in the week and this is true. Yeah Tom Brady just walked into a stranger's house and dropped his bags because he got confused and had wandered into the wrong house. Well to be fair he is new to Tampa and he's used to the Massachusetts State Law. That says Tom Brady and can do anything he wants. You guys might have talked about this last week but You saw that Tom. Brady's company is seeking to trademark the name Tampa Bay. I saw that we did not discuss victim obey. They WANNA be able to sell shirts that say Tampa Bay but he's renting Derek jeters house currently lake. Promise you there's a yard you can do. Burpee is in or whatever drilled. Brady was running strange. Maybe like one of his one of his patented exercise requires a swing set. These don't know Mo- Despite the Boston Marathon being canceled this last week one runner ran it anyway in a tribute to the city. She used her. Gps to run her twenty six miles in a row through Boston to spell out Boston strong. When you look at it on a map there was one problem though what she misspelled Boston. Strong. You're exactly right. She was trying to run a route. That spelled out Boston. Strong if you look at map the woman instead gave the rallying cry of Boston strug now. She's got a lot of ridicule online for. This is what the woman did really so rog. It's hard to do a Boston accent. Maybe trying to dispel Connecticut or something true once you realize their mistakes you immediately screamed out funk who ended the get figured out that she had. She had misspelled her out. I think as soon as she'd of uploaded it to a service like Straw maps people's routes and like there it was. The runner says that next year once. This is all behind us. She's very excited to run the official Boston. Marathon struck sounds like a like a patriots player. That what's his name wrong. I guess he's not only heading to Tampa Bay. Where's this woman would put it? Tump Bay right. I would more marathons if I was allowed to choose. How many letters were in them. I E distance coming up. It's lightning fill in the blank but versus the game where you have to listen to the rhyme. 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Welcome to the show. Bill Curtis is now going to read you. Three news related. Limericks the last word or phrase missing from each of you can fill in that last word or phrase correctly in to the lyrics will be a winner. Ready to play. I am all right. Here is your first limited. He's jumped past the fasttrack. Loan Wigan free. He's the King of the theme park now isn't he? But one thing is tricky no Donald Know Mickey. He's rubbing alone there in. Oh this is Tiger King. No no all those completely different kinds of attraction. Let me let me try one. More time he's jumped past the fast track line wizened free. He's the King of the theme park now isn't he? But one thing is tricky no Donald Know Mickey. He's roaming alone there in Laurie. Think of it as the Empty Place. Earth is he asked me California. Police were called after man scaled the fence into Disneyland. The man enjoyed ten beautiful minutes alone in the park which was just enough time for him to regret paying extra for the fast pass and it turns out it was Tom. Brady just wanders around very delete on that one. Sehgal all right here. Is Your next limerick crimes contagious? You can't shake it off you even covert can't make the marble loftier. Since Italy's lockdown keeps all of the cops down the corden teams good for the Mafia. The global economy is struggling. The Italian mafia apparently is thriving so good news. If you're out of work because of the pandemic there's going to be a lot of new jobs. In the kneecapping industry. According to various reports the Mafia is mending their power during the pandemic which is a nice change from their usual submitting. A dude into cement. Here is your last Limerick as you're out and about catching rays you could wander and hedges for days. A New Park we're designing that's just like the shining are park will be one giant maze exactly right urban planners in we city park concept designed to keep visitors six feet apart at all times the park basically giant labyrinth made of hedges which is a great way to avoid strangers in a terrible place to play. Fetch with your dog. Design has already attracted some attention. Who wouldn't want to go to a park where everybody has to stay away from you and a park focused on keeping away from other people improvement over our current parks where you focused on keeping away from the trash cans full of bees. I that sounds very ominous to me because everything I know about hedge maze is from the end of the shining and from what I remember. It doesn't end great for Jack Tour. No I don't think the shining made people want to go either to mountain resorts in the winter or into Hedge Mazes Bill lawry doing our quiz Laurie. All right three and our Laurie. Congratulations and well done. 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Allison Janney, Ken Jeong, Kumail Nanjiani, Tiffany Haddish
"Hi IT'S ELLEN DEGENERES. Welcomed with my podcast. We're GONNA listen to some of the best moments from the show and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love happy listening. Today's episode of Elon Ago. Allison Janney one of my favorites quarantining at her parents House Ken. John Discusses the possibility of returning to medicine. Wait till you hear who worked out with the Rock and one of my favorite kids. Five old zander back to teach us about kid. I believe he's one of my favorite cute kid and if you happen to be one of the millions of millions building million million people that watch the mass singer than you might like the mask Gardner and we'll find out who that is later in the program and you don't want to talk about making a teacher cry on me. I didn't WanNa bring up with you. We can add it cry a good way in a good way. Of course you have to listen to the generous program. Welcome Tandy and friends on your host Sandy last year America. Only I'm I'm Ed Glavin batting cleanup today. Welcome guys welcome to another edition of my podcast. How I'm trying out new voice. Today is part of the voice. I'm not sure I'm working four. We Talk Allison Janney Hieaux. Welcome everybody on you. Welcome everybody how is everyone doing? We're okay starting. Things are slowly starting to open up here in Los Angeles. We have to wear masks. Wherever or does she not say that? Oh my God taking Lois. The point is there's been a little bit of optimism in the air here and I hope that we all continue to do the right thing safely so we can Denver. We can trend in direction. His I for one have no interest in a second wave of this virus now now wherever you guys are listening to us. We hope you're safe. We hope your family's earn okay. We hope everybody's doing all right. I have a. I have about as much interest in a second wave of the virus as I do in a second term for the president. That's not political as it. What no we don't do. You're on the wrong podcast. This is this is pod save America no longer fired. You leave it in. I want everyone to. How's everyone doing that? We're good of course is wearing a very cute mickey mouse sweatshirt. Of course what are you doing? I'm hiding in my bedroom because I've been kicked out of every possible room spy. Homeschooling kill Dron and various situations with the wife and every room. I go to seems to have another situation so I am in my bedroom ear and happy to be hosting this podcast. Let's the picture on the wall behind. You know. That was a gift from Ellen. Actually it's woman just sorta sure with her hands on her lap. Interfaces most most most knew anything nice in my home as hand me down from La now pretty much say in the absence of having any taste you choose to have. Alan's tastes exactly. It's it's a solid move into salad. I'll tell you it's a good move. It's a good plan. B Ellen's hand me downs of served me. Well we get compliments on it. I never say that. It's from Ellen except on podcasts. Really no one knows no andy wears. Here's the thing the pants Andy wears cutting hand-me-down Melania and security and I I am not afraid to wear lady pants from time to. It's time to time but they do. Share everything on this podcast. 'cause I assure you nobody. No friends or family listened to the so basically. I'm pretty sure it's just us in Porsche. Who Thank you and I tried Roy or as Kevin Calls Her Patricia well. Let's talk about Allison Janney. Now I participate a second. Don't know this because you weren't up there with US partition. Hasn't been at the last couple of tapings right been making the mascot factory our audience of one drop down to an audience zero. She looked up. She was on her walkman while. She's working a Walkman still a thing. No not so much disc man now to disc man. That's onto the ipod. Shuffle my space but Allison. Janney went home. Visit her mom and Dad and dad in Ohio and the state home order came in. She has now been there. What seventy five days in Ohio? He's been there longer than she packed for. She's short weekend. She's been there now. Seventy five or something crazy days. She packed so little. She didn't even need a pack anger. That is true you know Pakistan. I can't imagine not having a packing wash. And she says that she packs know she packs in schemes right so she packed white black and gray. She said Yeah only white black and gray and the very colorful blouse that she was wearing on our show was sent to her by a friend When they knew that she was going to be on a TV show after having only packed white black and gray but with all this time on her hands sh at her childhood home or at her parents home has. What are you doing forty you doing? I could have covert is. I don't know what happened by all. Means keep touching your single. Hey guys couldn't finish as host of this show all right. Let's roll the clip friend. My friend Andy's here Andy L. Hi Sweetheart you look great behind. Glass should be the museum. Thank you I miss you in the neighborhood where neighbors in L. A. And I have not been seeing you around at all. No you know. There's very good reasons for that because I am not in. La I am in Dayton Ohio. Which is where. I kinda grew up in I. I came to visit my mom for like my usual three day visit because the beds are so damn uncomfortable and thus fell they can handle and then and then goes pandemic broke loose and I thought you know what I I need to stay here and be. Take Care of her dad. Is there a certain age and an I need to be the one to go to the store and stuff so I I've been here for? I don't even know. I mean the days March fourteenth. I think I've been here They're they are allowed. Who stole look so great and this is by Lousy March fourteenth. Yeah yeah this is the longest time spent with my parents since tenth grade. I mean honestly. I've never been with this this much. And how's it going? It's pretty interesting I. It's pretty interesting we we. It's rough to find things that we enjoy. We all have dinner together And we have taken to eating on tray tables and the TV and the only show we can agree on is jeopardy and then the great British baking show. Those are the only two shows we can watch that. We can agree on of and my dad as it turns out could have been a jeopardy champion. I on the other end of not so much. Neither macy either my mother. No we were occasionally. I get a pop. You know question right and and I'm always hoping that my name will come up once I've heard it has once or twice that It hasn't so far when we've been playing. They wouldn't carry their. Here's my question so you went for three days. Supposedly that's when you're going for three days. Am I imagine you didn't pack a lot and you've been there for two months? So what kind of wearing the same thing every day pretty much. This is my friend. Kelly sent me a care package and sent me this glaus which is the first piece of color worn since March fourteenth. All I bought were a pack linked a little theme to a black and white great theme. So all I've been worrying or are black and white and great sweat pants and t shirts and sometimes some Cardigan with my mom's and then I have to admit this is kind of funny but so Kelly you this and then. I'm wearing my my mother's Pajama Pants. From probably nine thousand nine hundred eighty something but they matched the shirt so we thought that they're you know they are cajal mass as I was before we rolled that clip. Are you dealing in your mouth? Also are you doing podcasts? With your hands in your eyes and food or your mouth. Nobody attacks the host of any other podcast. People don't mind past finding in their mouth. It's not a thing now. You don't know you fifty six. I know the point being I love. Allison Janney Kevin already roll that clip point? You have to give up a I'm GONNA give up. I'M MUTING COMMUTING. Can Ask a question please please. Allison Janney is one of those actresses. I feel like I know personally. Yeah now I don't know Allison Janney At all I'm not on the floor with or like you guys have run into a one party but Dr. Why do you guys feel the same way? Yup She so she so just regular and hilarious and normal and for an academy award winner an Emmy Award winner. She is just so cool and so regular and yes. I such an amazing actress. I mean it's so incredible. Like she chooses really interesting roles she like falls into these characters and you disbelieve. She is these characters she carol baskin. She reframe what? Let's let's play a game. I'll ask a question and whoever answers it in less than five seconds I will give ten dollars to you when the when the shutdown is over. What movie role. Allison Janney went her Oscar for Tanya Tanya horrid time. Hi Tania Movie Role Oh I did Tonya. Harding harding mother. Tonia harding's mother ten dollars. Mary Lesser Mary. She wishes she is a line in that movie that I think of all the time and I don't have it exactly right on her shoulder. No this was on the ice skating rank all kind of get the the skating teacher to take her and the skating teacher didn't WanNa take her and said you know. I only take people who are like. I don't know I'm going to say I'M GONNA make up a number say you know ten and Allison. Janney has line where she goes. Well you know. She's a soft eight which means she's a solid seven soft a little like my parents can constant argument report card day lazy. He's not lazy is a little slow. Oh my God she was so she was so good in that moment. You and by the way if you you should go check it on your Dvr if you can. She played a game with us where she had A. We would give her things to find in her parents house. If she could find them. We would donate money towards People in need the Dayton Dayton foodbank the Dayton Ohio Food. You go and it was really really. That was so fi matt right game believe it was probably that right when he puts his mind to it. He's really talented. He's not he's currently calling your own maximalist. Believe me doesn't listen to me when we're in the same room. Yes people see has people all right. Let's talk for a minute about Zander. Okay Cute Zander. First of all. Here's the first thing you need to know about Zander. He's smarter than any of us. Oh my gosh. He's smarter than any of US and he's five years old. You know we've been doing. This is our seventeen season. You Find An. We have a staff of one hundred people all day every day. We're looking for bright fun interesting. Unique Quirky people of all kinds and all ages and we have a bit of a reputation that I think maybe started with Grayson chance of being the show that guests to these like prodigies. I grayson chance we feel and rosy we had brielle. Yeah I have a night for that stuff and then I assume you guys have strengths. If we're talking about discovering talent it's sort of what I have an eye for Mexican restaurant. Mexican restaurant go ahead Ed. Zander's like you know your whole life and not a not run into a kid like sander. That kid is special and my favorite part of the Bra like he loves science and he loves outer space and he loves astronomy. My favorite part of the briefing was when Coochie said the Ellen. And then you're GONNA ask this question about the solar brain and the brain. Okay and then. He's going to keep talking until you interrupt. It was like one long run on sentence that went on. I don't know four minutes apiece. Any and he's now Q. Just memorize the answers. Like it's not like he just memorizing the answer but like he is thoughtful his answer he just wow special yeah sure. Let's play a clip of his exceptional interview with Ellen. And Twitch High Zander. How are you excited? I'm so excited to are you in your bedroom yes. I heard that you were confused when you learn about the corona virus. What did you think it was when you first heard about it? I've fought KIRUNA. Chronic I favorite type of dawn. They are mixed with donut because for them to get to chronic fires from eating too many but do not realise did corona virus covered nineteen. It doesn't art a virus that Beck's animals and human hope was away. You've really really soon. Can all happily ever after yes Sandra? We all hope that that's a that's a good hope to have now. Let me ask you something. I know you love science and you've been learning about the brain. Tell me what you know about. The brain debris Favorite Oregon because Ev reminds me of the universe of mystery that bring this grain white matter in the universe has Dr Brain Room hundreds of billions you one trillion galaxies do that to bring the fattest organ into Bardy Resent lectures Dina. Bring this enough to power small to vote for a day near Silman above US brain. Who STRETCH THEM OUT? J. Could've five times around the globe three pounds of Flesh. Great an entire universe inside of your head. It's the paradox that the brain to around around narrow little about it good one. I don't know if we want to talk about this or not. But there was one little chink in his armor in this past interview where you realized. Oh He is five what was it. Oh when his favorite donut is a cronut tight website which we know is a mixture between a croissant and a doughnut which a- all first of all have the person who came up with bat now up in nominated for some sort of Noble Noble Prize. Pulitzer I don't know what the awards smart enough to come up with. Combining donut with a croissant. You deserve something. So zander. Hears about the corona virus. Sandra gets very afraid that what he just heard was it was the crow nut. Mirus was very upsetting to him and it was very upsetting to them and that has been the only time in the couple of times that we've met ZANDER where I go. Oh five years old. Yeah other than that genius other than that. Well how about when we gave them. We gave him a gift and within we them to go to his the door to his room and the gift was going to be outside of it and when he saw the gift it was for. Gardening. I think right yes. He wanted to leave the interview. Go outside which is exactly what you're looking for from God. Who so damned very very cute. So check that out on your dvr. Because it's really it's worth seeing. And we haven't even mentioned his hair which his hair is a sight to behold a sight to behold it. It is the envy of me. Anyone who appreciates good hair shit will really really appreciate Anderson Air. Yeah we talk about next. We could talk about Ken John. I like an John. I like Kim Jong. He's really funny and he's also really genuine. Yes Ken John was nowhere. Was nobody right. Nobody that any of US knew he was successful boxer but he wasn't a celebrity was a successful doctor then he was cast in the movie the hangover and became the just launched his career in movies. Yeah so in the show community. I can't refuse in community before after the handover. I think after I what after use is I think. Yeah exactly I think I think the hangover just launched over the top. Yeah so funny and so now. He's on he's on mass singer and he's he's all over the place and he's a real life. Dr So we had him on the show as a funny guy can John who also and this is a real life. Doctor who can talk to us and help give us some insight into what's going on in the world and his wife is a doctor who still practicing Ryan. I believe her name is and what's amazing about him as he said tremendous success as a comedian and an actor and yet everything that's going on in the world has made him think about whether or not he should go back to the world of medicine and here he is having a conversation with Ellen about that. So you and your wife. Your wife still a doctor. You were a doctor and now I heard that your I mean. Are you serious about being a doctor again or you just miss it? I MISS IT I. I think it's been a good fourteen years since I practiced medicine but ever since the pandemic started in we're staying at home I have reverted back to Dr Mode. I I have. I had nightmares. I have dreams that I'm practicing again. I just the other day. I had a dream that I had own clinic and I was seeing patients but I did not know how to use any of the computer charting software and it was. It was a horrible nightmare because I was like I. I don't know where everything goes. I don't know how to use a computer system and it was me and my agent with also partner in practice in. He's like don't ask me. I'm in show business. So that was that was a real drain that happened. I had this US nightmare. Like what am I doing crazy? How well do you feel like you were more prepared for the pandemic? Because you were a doctor. I think that I can. I feel like I can translate the language that spoke in the medical amongst physicians to see exactly where we are So I think that did give me a leg up. Also my wife who is way smarter than me and always really interprets. What's going on in in any medical setting so I really credit. Transfer that but emotionally speaking No I it. You can't really prepare for a pandemic even if you're a doctor on a personal level because the last pandemic was one hundred years ago and this is beyond the scope and of what any human being should should go through so This is unchartered territory. You know As a society as as Dr we do our we do what we can stay in front of it but is it still. Erie all right. We'll talk about Kumail Nangiani. Sure so I of course knew Kumail Nangiani from the show Silicon Valley which is such a great show and he plays one of four guys. Hold up in a house trying to invent new technology. Basically and he's really really really funny and then he did. He did that movie with his wife. The big big SEC. Yes yes ray. Romano played his wife's father and I just I don't know I just really love the guy and so now he's got another movie coming out he's also kind of a his. Transformation is also sort of unlikely I think for sure. Yes totally like. Reinvented his entire body. Since the last time he was on the show. It's crazy he's huge. He's like buff he's ripped. I don't know how that happened. He ended up on the cover of men's health but like that had to be a lot of work. Yeah absolutely Kev. Explain the plank challenge. Oh the plane challenge. I think was a gallon idea Jason Gals one of our one. Full head writers and You do a plank while singing any song of your choosing but you have to sing the whole song and a gosh. He chose a good one. We play that clip. Or are we gonNA just shed? Let's play without one Let's not even going to tell you the song you just have to see if you know a we're going to do something to raise money right now. We started something called plank that song. It's a challenge of use. You sing a song while you're doing a plank And you've agreed to do it now and if you complete the challenge shut apply always helps US support. Great organizations will get ten thousand dollars to the charity of your choice which is a disaster philanthropy. All right all right. What Song Are you going to sing? I'm going to sing a eternal flame by the bangles. Good Good Choice Blairite. Let's get us into position. So we can see the plank and here the saw right your we go am I. Good zero is. Do give me your hand darling. You feel mine heartbe Ding. I can't do you feel this. A my only three may just be doing my best is this burdening and e journal lay. I believe were meant to be darning Jill when you just give them the money long to me do you only tree may or is this burning and eternal my God. It's not God that's Great. Which is a lighter out and everything using it was beautiful. Thank you thank you. And that's ten thousand dollars for your charity and that was beautiful. That was absolutely. I WANNA cry really for us to you that with me doing my best. I CANNOT SING. I am smart Gillis. Smart Smart Smart idea really catching on. Thank you Komo so Peter Ramada. Yes is a first grade teacher. He curious and he's at a school. Where more than three quarters of the school is on free and reduced lunch? Which means that a lot of these kids. That trump is school every day rely on the school not only for their education but also for their lunch. Yep so you could say. The school is very very important to him. He was originally from the country Zambia but he moved to the US about eight nine years ago and you can just feel the way. This guy loves what he does and the way he frankly love America you just one of those guys that goes above and beyond. He's always paying for stuff out of pocket and I don't know I just. I just knew that he was going to melt when he when he saw ellen. We did not tell who's going to Seattle. Told me he was GONNA do zoom but we told him it was gonna be with a staff member and ended up being Ellen and he of course you know lost it. That was a that was a pretty awesome surprise. Took him 'cause you know you know people are going to be surprised when they realize it's Ellen and you know it's going to take them a minute to regain their composure? And it took him. It took him longer than a minute guesses. It took him a little bit to dis- sort of get over the excitement and the how moved he was by actually realizing that he was having a conversation without one and imagine his surprise. When I meant to tell you this minimum ask you to listen to because it's pretty sweet. I we gave twenty five thousand dollars to his school which clearly can use the money and then because we know he spent his own money on them on the students. We gave twenty five thousand dollars to Hin. Sky started a zoom that he thought was going to be with a staff. Member walked away. Having zoomed with Allen and Dutton fifty is really really cool. Take a listen. I Peter yes we do the produce and I'm a producer who know I. I just wanted to meet you and say I think you're so amazing. You'RE A FIRST GRADE TEACHER. Emerson elementary and you're doing so many beautiful things. Tell us about your school please. This is such an honor. No it's it's fine. We surprise you so of course I mean you didn't expect to see me so you still. Your school is an elementary. And what you're doing during the quarantine to help. These students is amazing. First of all they kind of count on the school for lunch right. Yes it is. I teach first grade at Emerson. Elementary and North Oakland and Yeah it's a title one school zones over seventy five percent of our kids get Three hundred use lunch and come from very highly impacted communities and like tough areas where you know like even get wall sometimes but then it's like when I think of them and just the community there. I Love Them. Chosen this place. They chose me and I think it's definitely destiny for me dear incredible person so I wanNA tell you not only this box tops for education. WanNa Give Your School Twenty Five Thousand Dollars. They WanNa give you twenty five thousand slow months. Oh my God that is some of the most meaningful stuff to me like. I don't Dunno especially this thing about teachers and nurses where the way you know. We encounter so many of them. Who are so gratified by the work that they do. It's just incredible leg. It's it takes a special kind of person to care like they're clearly. They're not doing this for the money because the money. Frankly isn't decorate right and it's just. I find that inspiring and this was a perfect example of that Appositely Hey Hey Kev S. love you WanNa talk about your master gardener? Or why wouldn't I? I don't know why you wouldn't want to I because don't don't understand why you haven't brought it up. I mean chances are we're going to sell this to Fox and it's going to be right. I mean yeah why. This hasn't been thought of already know exactly why they have figured out mass garden. It's ridiculous here's what you know it. It rights itself exactly so Andy's outside in the yard I sure am and we love the game as Y'all know Gabe to reinvent the mass dancer that we did for her as the Mass Gardner. We send someone to her house wearing a giant mask wearing a gardening outfit and normally no when we're doing the show in the studio with all of our talented crew. We get to use a little voice. Changer we get to change. The pitch of their voice. A little bit adn effect. We don't have that luxury outside. Developed out so we had to find someone very talented. Who could do it him or herself? And we went to Great Lakes. I specifically when I briefed Ellen's. She pays attention every word you say especially with gained like he likes to win. I said she said Where is the Mass Gardner GonNa Park? I said Oh he's parking right where I park. Purposely Losing Pronoun. Wow wrong and then you see a little Clinton I think I know who it is. I heard over talking. So she's getting Alexander. She thinks he knows so. Then we go. We do the segment a gardener outside her window. Let's go going great. The second straight everyone is having a great time his. I'm there. I'm guiding it along. Well I literally tell. Auntie can't guess because he knows and can fevers before the show starts. We play it now. Because you're gonNA hear it happen. Let's play now. What happened with the Mass Garner? See if you can guess from his or her voice. Describe yourself in three words please. Don Sire Guard on love. Love Love Good Times. What was the last thing that you drank today? What if you get a tattoo? What would it be an a to you? Were telling being nineteen seventy nine by the nineteen seventy-nine cracker but her maybe maybe not games. Andy Stop at. Let you just stay quiet. I could've been throwing your. What's your Dream Date Nights? What's your Dream Date night date night? There's like a hot guy in your locker and lots of money. Who takes me on a yacht and then offer value breath my view then after go sleep? I think well first of all I didn't know until that last accent and the date night. I thought it was a guy until andy ruined. I think it's Tiffany Haddish. Because tiffany's the one who told us about more potent authority to your. She's she's a far away from. She is a gardener though nor horrible. Alcocer she's she isn't Gardner Right. Will you please reveal who you are and take off your mask? She already tiffany. Your Mike Gardner Gardner. Now you said by me to the house but you never think the invitation job is okay so you hear these little slip up and her it instantly. We had her going down a path thinking. This was up and the the voice to describe. Her voice was so hilarious to me. Yes off so good until Andy tells why did you just say it was tiffany? Haddish mean again about her cheating and it was like the second thing out of your mouth like it happened so quickly so fast and you were talking about it and then you're like well maybe. Is it the back? The back peddling was worse story when we? So we've as I said he's been doing this show together for an attorney and we have been blessed to win. You know fairmont endings. We have and and when we win under ninety nine times out of one hundred. Mary gives the speech because Mary was the first EP on the project. And actually the TALKER and we find that. Mary is the best representative to if if not Ellen. Mary is the best representative of us to speak on the shows. Behalf and on Alan's behalf so Mary gives speeches and she takes it seriously and she has a standard and it's all good. We rely on it because because we know we can rely on because it always works at one year. We were at the end. He's having over two nights. There's two technical emmys for the creative arts emmys and then there's the televised emmys for like the markie categories like soap stars. Basho invest you know and we use. We use the word televised tug at the time it was it was it was so we're at the technical emmys and in the reading of a category that we were nominated for it might have been a few. We've already a few. We've won a candy. Goes IF WE WIN THIS ONE. I will give the speech. I'll give the speech and Mary goes. Okay great so fire my money. My memory was it was happening on our way to the stage. Yeah might have been going. I got this. I got this I got an. I'm behind him going. I'm going to beg you to let Mary and Andy Got I got. I got this. What happens Mary so so we go listen. He's a grown man. He's no he's he's got a fun. Two kids a wife who is almost average I why would he ever choke? He gets paid a fair wage. He'd like pays his bills. He's you know he's entirely getting up on stage in a ballroom needs to be thanked in an is ballroom getting off the stage without anybody getting hurt he hits the stage. He gets up to the podium. Now what's the first thing he does when he gets to the podium? Do you remember this. I remember there was a member. Also yes what happened? There's a program on the podium and you started flipping through your reading the program to myself. I can't remember if there was gummer in your mouth at the. Let's say the gum came out. There's gotta be some great if there is a tape and he started to started to thank people and then we have this guy who we love working with his name is David Maguire. It's been on the show couple times. He's already he's been on the show a couple of times. He's our executive in charge of of helping to oversee our show. And Andy in this like this flat out panic. It will walked away. He said I wanNA thank he goes. He got increasingly nervous as he was talking. Unsure to increase the speed and volume at. Which are. I don't know if this telling you the story doesn't Justice. But Oh my God I mean we were standing behind him. I don't think I've laughed out hard before or since I mean you know. Here's a guy we you know. We love him like a brother and he goes. Let me have a shot. LemMe Lemme lemme. LemMe ever shot at this. How many times have I accepted awards? I've seen it happen. I've seen what people do. I'm alive on the planet. What could go wrong? Let me do it well? Anything else to talk on. Oh God well if our viewers are half as entertained as Andy that would be great subscribe. Yes spot everyone. Just right. Forget Ellen Weekdays for even more Ellen by Porsche.
Learn How to Speak Analytics
"Give Shokhin Rusty Webb commentaries interviews? Today learn to speak analytic. Here's your any visits. You can have a large nation you can deal with and you need no what it actually meet. You need to be able to breaking Janney simple as possible numbers and you need to be able to talk about these numbers within countenance wells with your marketing department because this uranium knowing all your various analytical numbers are unique no difference between a visitor and hit. You need to know the difference between basically pretty much everything when it comes down to a unit. Also know where you're going to you know if I'm running through a streamer shops knowing which ones are more popular is definitely. It'd be worth noting because this is the modern era of the information age. You're going to have a lot of information. You advantage figure out what's going on your particular comic taking your all that that's a wealth of information. It gives you a wild information about what's going on by taking advantage of that situation by team. Ganj other very numbers that the businesses generating. You are where you're doing. Well read book up on end situation. You just need to get rid of you know aging got this really cool. Mercia you really really love but is doing really really bad numbers. Hey It's time to get rid of it no matter how much you love it. You know because this you're gonNA find out that your numbers voting throughout the year. That's fine that happens in every business especially the seasonal one. Or if there's just something a little bit marshon going on every year the bottom line is you need to realize that. Sometimes your numbers aren't always gonNA be growing up as high as you'd like them to the bottom line here is union. Start doing all this information is. You need to know everything you're dealing with means and have generally had US determine the general flow of your business you're asking to be able to Iraq from what it is doing so well as well as doing pretty well and you're gonNA find out over time you're going be able to predict a little bit ahead of time and you know have a little bit of fun with two when it comes down to it if you want to really run the business you need to learn how to speak Hoped to sip a sheltered. It has please check me out. Web Come to using your views available e podcast Near you thank you have a great day.
It is the time!!!
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The Story Continues in 2021
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Murder The Hit: "Taking The New Vaccine"
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Keep moving; don't quit
"Welcome to the morning chat. Sweat of men are seeds of the success. It is hard to find one who has successfully sidestepped this principle and found a place among the eagles in lives janney. The more effort among puts into his drive twice ago the more he inches towards success in that area office live less effort. That goes into an area of once. Live the less the chances of breakthrough. Because efforts determined harvest aligning once efforts. Would vision is the first step to fulfilling dreams. No matter how hard a man works there is no way to fulfil his vision by walking away from them. All goals are realized by working towards them in the struggle of men toys. Your goals the closer anyone guest to the vision. The more energy expand and more adjusted. They become if you ever find a man who is as fresh at the finish line. I see wars at the staten line. Check a game if he really took part in the race in lives janney. No-one makes it to the end. without grappling. with the a fair share of as us chain zoster mon- steps may be slow in the race life. But that is no measure of his weakness because sometimes slow. Progress is born out of determination until you know where amman is coming from. It is a mistake to equate his slow progress to his lack of determination. The toss of men in live are like the experiences in the last mile of a raise. Each rana is moi's lost and haton than they started and could do it some rest yet. Life office no pause button. Life is an experience of continuity which ever way a montanes his choices. He is still on the pathway of life because life is simply choices on the arm of time no matter how weary monfils. His genita- was his dream. He ought to keep pushing because in any marathon. He who abandoned his. Ron does not only lose the reward for finishes but forgoes the nhc he invested even went as option slows your pace in the race of life. Keep moving. And don't wait because in genital wasserman streams any. Little progress is better than no progress. And no matter how slow s neil might be. It makes better progress than s sleeping cheetah. The journey of life may be draining but he who invests his energy in the right place renews his drive by taking solace in the fruits of his tiles and when it keeps going always remember the some steps away from amazon goals take away from his progress but each step in the direction even if taking in extreme exhaustion never takes him to his left. So don't give up and most of all keep moving good morning. You've been listening to the morning. Chat with dr and samoa connect with him on all social media platforms on facebook at andy asamoah on instagram at andy underscore assum and on youtube at impact crew. Tv for more. God bless you.
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Self Reflection with John Kershaw | Episode 4
"Hello, and welcome to high to build a dating. This podcast will chronicle out Janney of building and launching a brand new lighting up arraigned for this podcast is to take you through the whole experience of what it takes to build a dating app from scratch, and not just any dating but one that we really hope can take on the big competitors in the market. We're definitely going to be learning some lessons along the way, as this is the first apple this girl that any of us been involved with, and none of us have worked in the dating industry are experts indicted, Saturday, help as delve into the current dating on eighth online. Dating trends, we're going to be speaking with some of the leading dating industry. Experts coaches apt about appears to share their insights on the industry. Our interview, Joan cashew continues. Now. John casual is the founder of dating cobras ler which connects those bears to those who want to stroke bears. He's also the founder of 'em fourteen industries a platform which lies anyone in the world to have their own branded dating up. John, thanks coming in until contestants. Great infiltrating industry's been described as a web, precipitating and previous clients include the dieting at specs Kroft it love fating, as well as the section network for book lovers and bump, which connects single mothers, are you able to tell us anything about their journeys that those clubs wins on to bring their tomorrow kit or of good. I'm bad is on our that some of the main will be available. All that may be beneficial to us in algebra. So a few of those Archie quite interesting. So specs was run by Charlie Leiceste, who now has two million in funding to run Lumine bump was more full yet was kind of targeting. Kind of new moms, like lower social network, and they while out whether Deng bump turned out the bit of MVP knife, now being they've been awarded a grant to build bump active by spoiling land, so they have funding for the next three years to build an app. Full new moms to keep them in spoilt. So often happens is you'll reactive you have a kid, you stop being active ion spoiling Lund's like socks which probably do something about this. Unsaid I put out a fund amp bump active used bumped be like hi. We built this. We know it would doing, and we can build this at full kind of spoil moms to is like a mini social network funding for that. A few of the others used as an MVP announced their own thing. I can't remember loans on that list of just like quality gone. Some of them are still kind of like going like carrying on the away. So it it's kind of debt. We've got. A nice selection of people who've kind of used in different ways on some of gone onto biggest excess in some of heaven on. It's kind of that kind of reflect saw uses nicely, the commonality between all of them is that they used MVP as a way to test their idea. And then because we don't break the Bank, they have enough to either go all this idea isn't gonna work in future. I've not bet. The farm all you can use it as a stepping stone to something else, or you can use it to prove like something that you can learn something from it. I think that's where you can learn from that stories is don't go all in from diwan. You are guaranteed to fail. You'll first idea is bad, but you have to get that I idea out there and then it's what you change it into any. We are of public Zampa without meditating outfield bids. Now, web building social networks like the huge range of. People an it's, it's more about being adaptable learning than it is, like your initial idea. So with a niece dicing up, do you think that to have the type of success? We won that you said with Brisa we need to be thinking of the catchy pay all angle, BuzzFeed, style headline like you had, like love be success at the ferry faced that type of headline to gain mainstream attention. How much focus do you think we need to put into making era an idea that his nation to go viral? I think going nation going viral on necessarily olack connected, I think you can go fairly mainstream. I mean, if you try to build an app that literally full everyone no one has ever built that it'll exist like Facebook isn't for everyone. Facebook is for fairly tight demographic, and you have to kinda folks on that because otherwise, you will never be able to focus your marketing, like we want to advertise, dating great who's at full, everyone everywhere. Whereas if you, if you like we won't talk it like let's breslin wads launch in London. We would put sassy bid related witty stuff up, in, like shortage like tube station. Like if you wanted to go full 'push banker types, you kaput like you could put something in the financial times, it's like more of a serious, like we interviewed a thousand rich people in found that this type of car is the best the arriving to your data the Gulf goal. I don't know. I don't know how, how would but like figuring. Out. But if you can build the PR into your plan that works, but also what are your goals a? Why is it? You'll building send thanks some people want to build an app because scratching their niche like if you are targeting initiatives because you're not nation your underserved. And then you are a perfect person to come up with a solution full that if you will approaching it from, we want to just make dating app and maybe make it profitable. Then you're gonna have a much harder time because you can't pin anything on it. So if you're not sure what you wanna do. Try and go specific as possible will account like hull, you the demographic for you'll app if so just look at yourself, if you can find like a vague description of someone in your like, that's actually, the person that we one, then you can build it to that. It depends on what you'll goals and you can kind of work backwards from that. Kiki recently named Instagram as domestic as the best dating. I there what are your thoughts on the moment now but again, I got g use point. I mean, did they also include BAAs as the best dating apps out? Like it's it's an app that everyone uses, of course, people will use it for like that will be sliding into dams that happens. I think those two things one Instagram's, a great way to, like, like lots of dates will come out of Instagram, but Instagram is not a dating app. So it doesn't have the safety. It doesn't have the it doesn't have a lot of the stuff that day tamp can provide. But it's massive so that probably works. So I think like I get I get the point. I'm like the pet in may is just like not a dating app. How Dan you? But I mean yeah. Like all of these popular apps you can use them for that kind of stuff. Like the fact that Facebook, bro out their own dating happen, fails, almost redundant like I'm not hundred central why that doing it yet because there is definitely the definitely doing it for some reason that we haven't quite figured out, yet, let people use Facebook for dieting. I would say the Facebook is a better. Because you can learn more about a person funds Graham image pacer which actually fits into that kind of thing. So I mean. I mean I'm not happy about it. Interesting. But also like start being. Eighty meta was strategically during the stories. Yeah. To send people will must like prouder dairies language, using Instagram the I am. I think this is like one of those instances where I'm like, I think I'm now too old like me for years ago, would understand the whole like L the viewed my story last night at this time. And I'm like, oh, really big -nificant to some reason that I don't believe them. Yeah. There is this whole language of interaction, which I think, is fascinating. I think if you look at yourself in the way you in the way, I feel is in computer. Use of these realizing. You like the classic feeling the only think works when you're treating instrument dating site, which is when you'll like threes Bank in that fade like something like something, and, you know that they know that the only reason you liked that of them for years ago. If you scrolling down that. I got these, these elements to it that I think if asinine. I had a guy one of my sister's husband's friends, maybe he would like to post of mine. It was like from a hundred and forty weeks ago or something, Mike. God, what by when it was a picture of my mom? I didn't know how to feed my this. This is the beauty when these social networks have completely unintended side effects that kind of thing, it's like I mean it's like Facebook, bro out, just like what you probably relationships tight as and then we have this whole like it's complicated. It's like whoa. There is my whole kind of worms. We didn't even know Cam a now this whole thing thirty. Okay. You mentioned before there's a connection economy that matches people who want this. The people who are also looking like Airbnb Uber. Can you expand on that a little bit higher? Applies dating apps or thing guess these days is probably more on demand. Like, people expect certain things like Yuba is less a lesser, taxi company nouns, more logistics companies, you breach happens a now if you can't track your writer in the ten minutes takes few to get your Fenwick Mexican food. You're furious about the hoping people just expecting because technology allows us to do that. It's a lowering to actually continuously raise the standard of what we expect. Unsold. So it makes sense that reaches across like all social facts, including dating, like I won't if only go to New York, I would now expect to be able to quickly and easily meet other people in stop community. I would expect to be able to maybe some nights if I want to, I would expect to be able to get any kind of food. I want from the entire Manhattan live into my abbey, which I expect to be clean and exactly like the is like technology allows us to do this. I don't think it's, it's a case of, of, like generation being demanding at Seoul's like I think it's actually mutual. Yeah, it's like everyone. Everyone's happy with this Nolan's just being asked about it. Like we can do all this stuff. I think it's less the connection economy now like you're saying, like the gig economy riches, which, I guess, is it connects work has with people want to explode workers in a cynic would say. Say pass, but you'll seeing more of this stuff kind of happened. And that's just the way technology is gonna go technology allows much more granular connections between prices and dating will just naturally. Follow in social media will just naturally. Follow. So talking about generation millennials I guess, jen's I mean that distinct distinct generation spot. Do you think that generations are looking for simpler, we're less cluttered app experience on, you're talking about how apps againing maybe bits of modulus in light looking Simon I have to they have to look good and work well together to keep that user base. But in Murray, Conde's recently had a big thing, minimalism is very much this kind of own flavor of the month about something that way audience ratings are embracing getting life, keeping stuff. Yeah. And he thinks of the dieting, reflecting this, and what needs to be improved about denting apps, and the user experiences, a whole, I think, making clean feeling app is a challenge. I think if you can do it, well, you can meet people's expectations. You got a better app. If you can do with one button, what we preview, types, three q act. His battle one thing that will drive this specific thing for our industry. I think a lot more is the devices that we're using with the phone with a complicated interface. You have a million different ways you can get information out, and you can put information in a live, though, on moving to simply in faces. So like if you tried to do a dating app through voice, it's not gonna work 'cause it's just like Siri list me, the nearest hundred people between the ages, this niff- like you'll little speakers is like Mike. He is quite handsome, his six foot to it. This is it just doesn't work like you can't do it like that. Whereas if you had a much simpler, interface, a one designed for voice suddenly, you actually could get it to work on people are starting to design these things always wearable, tack that kind of stuff. I think a lot. Of the complications, we just don't need anymore. So another example is you'll set preferences. It used to be that you have to be very specific with the twenty things that you like, now it just lends, you just use ten half an hour on its learn all you could ever tell about your preferences than it can kind of use it. It's giant divisive. What people one kind of figure this stuff out. So I think going simple is actually just moving the design from being like moving the pressure from you to back to, to them. If think about Carl's getting like few about them, but more functionality spy ships used to be like giant cockpit full of buttons. Unlike the news, faith x one is basically a fancy ipad when over the rest of the rocket still pretty complicated. It is literally rocket signs but like the way it works. Is just getting simpler. But that means that we can do more people. So the types of relationships that you get dating now is probably more complicated. More specific to what you want, but the interface is simply because you can concentrate on the more important things kind of frees you up to do more of that kind of stuff. So what you'll find is that, like millennials used to like faffing around with dozen buttons in settings to find gripe person Jansy. I care about this. This, this these, this is what Ashley important compute ago figure it out. And then it goes out. And I think that's what we're gonna say. Think I just massively over complicated that. Spy ships ships. Exactly. I was going to ask about the a little bit more about the open gender project, walking on and how it can help the world of online night. So on the thing has a flight problem. The thinks that the only two genders and are rigid and well-formed. And there is no deviation. That's fine. A done dusters. I've built that technology on this from the announced kind of what fine. But now, everyone thought of twigged that it's actually a lot more complex than that. It's a lot more complex than than. It's an organic thing. You can't simply put people into lumps. Like what people are looking for. And who people are these are not things that a yes, no questions? And people have started to discover the language that they can use to describe these things and dating apps are just woefully behind the time. The open gender project was I guess, still is away. The we. Trying to use use of technology in kind of open way. So that other people can give feedback. So, so the platform can do can handle gender in a bunch of different ways from very rigid to non existent. So bristle for awhile was the largest they tamp. The didn't have gender. It was just whether you had a battle not. Because like if you divide people down binder you might choosing to pull on. Like do you have a band? But a lot of people do have references and you kind of have to so they opened under project is Wilby library of software that you can use to help you migrate from, like y'all l system to an actual accurate system, and is also a sort of vehicle consultancy wet, I'm happy to sit down on talk to you. I am not an expert on any of this, but it is kind of relative under the lot of people in this industry who basis like I have no idea what's going on. I know that whatever I say will be incredibly offensive. Can you help me, please, like I want to be like, okay? Yes, no. I can help you obviously I am not like house become behalf. Federal everyone has their own obliga- Shen to, like research in London expanded that knowledge. But that's kind of what the again part about is finding ways to accurately represent people in software in a indicting. Which is kinda challenging imagine. We think we need to do to educate ourselves more on Tenda and six yards in how that works with the dying because is his mind, Skype. Primoz most obsta stick without kazaa. It's just the easiest way to an it's how most people from our generation like Olga have viewed the world in, like in the west. But when you come to jen's e-, does that wicked Peoria Annetta, like, oh, I feel like I misled in how this works. Can you please fix this and it's kind of up to us to be like, here, the tools for you to fix if I'm so sorry. My dad, can I buy you a pizza to make up for this ought to be like, okay? Why you going to do the hard work and try and fix this? And we got that immediately. And for that, like people are gonna be angry not Tony justified. But if we say our goal is to be a bike to help people meet, and we hear the criteria that we will give you to me. We have an obligation to make that accurate. I think that's fair enough. What do we need to consider when it comes to the size of the app and data by stores? So AG seven storage security, GDP, who owns the dates are of the advocates built over thought AUSSIE such as. Moulting also in that situation where that season volt who owns the brand. Okay. So Anita preface incite, I'm not a lawyer, nor am I g Rex however, my general understanding of the law is donated dick, then you'll probably find the golden role as well. You would be amazed like do you want to have people find up so you can market to them, because if you do they addict, move don't do that bull be very explicit and be like, hey, would you mind if I market to you, it has these benefits and then die often he has a load of really good advice and suggestions on how you build stuff? But ultimately you can you can get ninety percent of the wet the way by guiding would it? Use to be surprised by this. So if you sign up to a die tap, and then you start getting goods for insurance. You would be pretty surprised that is not cool. A few sign up for dating app you getting? Messages about hey, you've just received a new message. Would you like to reply, that's kind of like out far enough, that's fairly essential as more of a system message guess. Yeah. Exactly. So. The different things GP is still not that well understood. And until a bunch of people being sued we won't know the interpretations of some of the information, Commissioner's office, Yoshio have got loads of guidance on what you need to do to make sure that you will good currently, I would recommend that you build everything in the UK and until light front in the year, I would just focus on the UK because we don't know what that the time of recoding. We don't know I guess we don't, we'll have a country by the time like in like if he is time. We don't know what the future is around a lot legislation budgets. Don't be a deck. Don't recalled more information than you need thinking you might need it later. Don't hold onto data out sell data. Don't send data to people who untrustworthy like these kinds of things. And the temptation comes in those like educators, like his marketing have they given me permission to do marketing, and you can hire a lawyer and figure out how close to the line, you can walk. Or you can be like line is over that I will stand on the opposite side of the room garden that style will be what I would say, you don't need to worry too much about, like date by size and stuff. Because thankfully, we live in the future nail and you can just be like magical clouds just grow as I grow. And the metric clouds over is like show thing, it will cost you a dollar on my thanks very much. 'cause you guys use cloud yet. Lavar Ovar infrastructure is cloud. Ovar infrastructure is moving to civil things that we have, but I don't need to. Appel like they just scaling grow and it's wonderful and it means that we can pass those beings onto online. So the as we, we now any pay for the service that we use rather than having to rent older, Evison pay for a hundred percent of them hundreds of the time, we can stop pass those having Zahn bowl as doing. We can have more powerful infrastructure for the same price. Seven storage, isn't something necessarily Tamari about every state you now maybe any stage if it's now it's cloud base in physical than because you pay for what you need. You don't need to buy a thousand like a terabyte of storage, like we are entire hosting cost for images at this point is like fifty dollars on like Amazon, it's really Jeep. Interesting. In twenty sixteen and fourteen industries acquired double, which was the tin of double dates based in London. And use covered that it had similar races Brisa. Can you explain how Chen rates work with dating apps in general, and what priscilla's are currently she'll though? So, yeah, we both double because they will understand. And we will stand. So that makes you best friends and clubs are what's that group. There is I haven't been in by now paranoid. So we got chatting, we ended up buying them and mostly because they have really interesting insights. They were a big successful app, and they have really interesting metrics. That's why we bought him, double, sadly doesn't exist anymore. We would thinking of migrating them over to infiltrate technical stack but hot. Essentially, we have thirty sources. And so we, we didn't do any PR net and it just kind of quantum down. And then we agreed with the kind of keep the lights on as long as we possibly could, I think we kept it up like a year or two number like quietly go out back put out pasture across the great Rambo bridge to where the apps live happily ever after right store in this guy? But we learn a lot from the data on how these can we found that Chen, right? Which is the right which people leave your out with dental bristles. So I probably can't go into specific numbers because I don't remember but I can speak in general terms. So in general, I think members launched as well as paying attention to if a hundred people signed up on January, first by February the fest, twenty five of them would remain that was a seventy five percent, John. Right. The way if you are traditional dating website, that would be a tragedy, if you are a mobile app, developer, that's glorious. That is victory. Bristle had a slightly wit skew where we had close to forty percent shin right in the first forty five seconds, the house of the way we did up ya. People will be like bracelet. That's hilarious. Download the app logging good one close the app. Never come back. And we had a huge people kind of factor in told from investors later though, because I actually like old floor offensive awesome thing, it's because it's really on the. So Chen, right. We sort of factored in when we do modeling of growth, we go. Full day one jam we question a month month-long Chen. And then recurring monthly jank's found that once your hair after a month. It's roughly the same the same percentage of though that sort of people will drop each month, and, yeah, it's it really depends on the amp. But if you if you still have fifty percent uses that sign up on the first of the month active at the end of the month you'll doing radio you. Well, if you none of them, he could be done better, probably something wrong. But ultimately the churn rate, you won't know until you stop. And you won't know what affects it until the stop tweaking things. But it's a really important metric attention to cause the chin. Right. Is in the analogy of a bucket the filling with water, the chan-, right? The whole at the bottom. So leaky bucket is a good analogy of an app that you'll pouring uses in the top through. Facebook cab, zal influence octane, constantly leaking out the Bolton through getting bulled all that phone break. So like that, just leaving your app on the goal is to make as much committed the top as like come out the bottom, depending on the whole like how many you'll turn right that will give you you'll see the number of uses. So if ten percent of your users leave every month and you'll topping up a thousand uses a month. You will never get more than like ten eleven thousand uses because you're putting a thousand in, but if hasn't drop each month. So if you can shrink that two five percent you double the number of uses that you have. So it gets really kind of tricky in. There is a dot com to understanding these metrics, and a strong Cup of coffee in a spreadsheet will take you a long way. Is there a danger that you can get to zest with absolutely metrics? Yes, too. Strong coffees. If you get too obsessed with the metrics than you think the you've got misled, you think that that is a perfect representation of your amp. And so I'm most Wook told fat, like we've had people who've put up a pay wolf there, so there has gone from premium to premium and if you had just looking at the metrics, it would project all if 'cause only views of suddenly gum, but it might also look amazing 'cause your revenue just went through the roof. So you're getting these conflicting messages. But you need to understand the context in which these metrics are being used and no, the performance indicators, not the Bill on Endel was, I got a question for you. Which is what fee? Is your next step? Now, I feel like I might have ruined some of plans. I'm curious what your like next step is next guesses to into a room and talk about what we've heard what we've discussed and I think it's probably cemented for me anyway. The, the might be our kind of initial too grandiose. Imagine into wide. Maybe we didn't need to think more nation or at least if it's not needed of small scale, incentive Lucca, most pathetic specific. Yeah. Usually, and which I think we kind of have no idea that you've helped us. I think doing that as well given that we don't have any knowledge of this industry at all starting off. So big news. Maybe to business having said that it gives your long way gives you a lotta work was started really specific. You don't have much wiggle room. But because he also starting with very almost generic thing you can focus in without losing anything. We've started thinking we're gonna do mainstream at night is gonna we will replace ten in the initial vote, 'cause we look at, you know, Hetty has any successful nothing is new these days. The Hong totally new invention is, it's just making existing things better. So we looked at light Tinder bumble. What do they not offer? I'm we've starting with les die from there. We look mainly at the experience of in actually begun a dating opposite conducive to someone even meeting someone. Is it creating meaningful conversations or relationships friendships? Ever and of the limit experience. I have with my fines and everything. I didn't feel like that was the case he did neither, you know, unlike, which he does more limited experience. But you tend to agree this was what people were to get from dating opposite creating relationships on teams some op so just for by much a simple fact hookups at others that are for people looking for something more than that, and there has to be in between. Maybe there's something that can precipitate you know, whether the product were feat that hasn't been developed yet, or maybe baby bumble, unlike stone thing is important, but that could be the core of offices, Vermont, nothing it's important because it's not important to us. So, but just by saying that you've narrowed down your target audience massively to fairly specific to people who had resonate with that is not the everyone who uses tenders unhappy. It's probably a large chunk of people who used to dislike I'm not getting what I want out of this. Finding those people finding the messaging in building your app to kind of redone aid procedure. You're on the run down. Definitely. The loan. I think I liked the audio of crossing these landing pages with an Email sign up and just putting the Phoenix out with, with AB testing different Facebook cats things to just your messaging than your concept. I guess, to say whether it's viable to build and that is, as a low cost way of doing more research than the county at limits will weld races. Do like typing money. So you think you for coming in any share your such media handles, how anybody probably not it's just it's just pitches ago. It's leaving like upset about things. I mean you can you can Google Junker show and all and like out. I'm not that hard to find on the inside just. Industries entertain industries. We don't. So you can find entertain don't industries, and if you wanna reach his you can just wanting contact full. This is the problem with icon, I own properly. I mean you can just Email Jonah unfolding industries internat- impulses. Checkout. Twits pitches go pitches important pitches of goat's updates I am grumpy about Molly. Yeah. Well, thank you very much having me. Thank you so much for coming in pleasure. Stay connected if you want to get in touch with any questions or feedback, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, unsigned, CLYDE, just search for high to build a dating podcast. Thank you for listening.
MEET THE OWNERS TOM BUTTERWOTH
"Welcome to adventures in it took. I have stories of discovery and adventure from around the world. I talked to people. I've met from my travels. Who have taken on extraordinary journey all sponsored by the fabulous to to you Market bosworth in leicestershire recently. Both surviving bob favorite motor transport auditors. Stay with tom butterworth. Hello tom hygienes schizo. Make you finally thank you coming this way. We haven't committed just to see me but it's great that you've dropped in on the route to do. I thought it would be nazi immediately and the opposite very friendly to do but the thing for me is awesome. Show you see as well as well. It's about people say to me so sometimes it will go and i go little sort of don't really want to see you because i'm not interested in but you know he's supposed to do about forty miles an hour book in fact. I very rarely do that. I'd like to literally shoot around about relaxation for me. So there's no way. I wanna be so of going really fast. Over going to simulate bomb. I will just set off and whatever happens happens on the way if i want to stop never drink go with whatever the will if i stop. Someone wants to chop. We'll have a chapter twenty minutes so didn't mean it must've physically three hours to get the ashrafi it's just about the janney rodman your tummy the took graphic down in corwin. We've got you guys who've been a diy store quite amazing relief for the size of the town. There's nothing that they don't sell and all the good prices also do graphics and do bananas and things that's been cuttack which was computers. That doesn't font underspin on now for three years and didn't show sign of peeling. What does it. You don't know what's chose the phone but i didn't. I didn't recall what it was really stands out very pleased on the other side i've written. Nothing's gonna change my world for those who don't know that's a line from a john lennon song beatles efficiently song my favorite song of all time. The song played at my wedding across the universe. Just look at lima. John lennon sings. Nothing's gonna change. My world was a determination. I believe to be himself from across the universe That it'd be classic album. Plus all million the cost of what versions of it that i know of One of them starts off. Don't for unicef ethic special vision of the the other bits and it starts off with the sounds of them. Hundreds of dove released into the the and of the wings before the sun breaks into the opening bars and finish. It does really ice the world's biggest best fiddling with mechanical things but do like to sort of mad about a little bit. And if you go talk to. I think what that does is it gives you a kind of he almost got you to some extent now after this after a long time of trying to put something yup so the radios which is okay bluetooth. Study on where to the phone and all that whenever you can get enough please phone to but obviously exposed to the weather and stuff onto social. Even though i don't go in the rain remove and who was a danger of wars inside. So i mean this has a bit of plastic go from electric undermined and built on the side effects. Absolutely perfect actually is perfect. And if you wanna go down you decide old trump on the car that works and works well and then. This is an action camera. And it's going to control which is designed to be worn like wristwatch. The so the idea is that. If when i'm going into places like bombshell come we can do little videos of the drive down. You know maybe in the castle and you only have to press one button and it works in prisons against very good so then the data video transfers by wifi this. Fella's going gonna be with me for a long time. I'm gonna look looked after him now. Very well with health took care of to say was we all know awesomely brilliant yup totally dedicated an extremely helpful. So yeah you'll be looked after me play for many years to come. And as you say alia dissolve the person who sees this who who doesn't smile everybody smiles. Everybody wants to and everybody wants to spin at some point. Thank you james. You're listening to stories of discovery and adventure through adventures took.
(Ep11) You Are Enough: A Mother Daughter Relationship Podcast
"<music> hi and welcome welcome to madness to magic and my podcast. I'm with crazy a love story. I'm your host paulina milana author of b._s. Word this show is for for those of us who find ourselves surrounded by madness and wanting to find the magic within. We're going to come together here as caregivers to those who who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. Maybe it's someone in the family we've been born into. Maybe it's someone we love. Maybe it's someone we work with. Maybe even it's ourselves whether we've been thrust into this caregiver role or taken on by choice. This podcast is where we're going to share our stories and and learn to realize the magic in all the madness. We may have been experiencing. I promise you it can be done so let's get to it <music>. Hi everyone thanks for joining us again today. Today's podcast. We're sort of going to be eavesdropping on mother. Daughter dual janney gene and gene who's been diagnosed with a mental illness hits the nail on the head and when she says this quote sometimes people with the issue don't know they have the issue so hurry <unk> harry's will get someone helped that doesn't think they need help. This single mom tom and recent college graduate daughter are polar opposites lucky for us during this past they are so open about their struggles else their triumphs and how much they love and admire one another and they're learning to adapt each other's strengths to become even better themselves themselves as they said it if they were to combine their personalities into one person they'd be perfect. Let's listen in my name is jenny vice and i'm here with my daughter. Jean mimes gene. I'm sitting next to my mother. Jenny and i am a recent graduate from nursing school and i graduated last week or last night. Wow congratulations. That's very cool and so. How many years have you been her daughter. Ah i'm twenty five years old is going to be twenty six in a few weeks so twenty five years in three hundred days dick and jen can you maybe just give us kind of the reader's digest version of when you found out doc you were going to have gene and genes first moments on this earth what you felt like <hes> and i always tell the story didn't get pregnant. The first month because everything in my life is pretty well planned. It didn't get pregnant the first month so i was ready to go see a specialist specialist but i did get pregnant because i wanted to child in june but i got pregnant the second the next month so i thought i was going to have a july baby. Maybe but as it turned out i ended up having june baby because i had a c. Section and the doctor asked when i would like that date to be set and i said they do june thirtieth so i got my my june baby after all even though she doesn't do till july six she picked my birthday so i got up right there and then i got my june baby the first few months i thought were fine. I thought i was doing a good job. I stayed home for three months with with her. She was quite a crabby baby and was very worried to take her to daycare handed her kind of the daycare lady dan. I'm sorry she's kind of a a crabby baby came home that first day and the the caregivers like she is the best baby so i learned through mosa stat i think i was more stress than i realized i was as a new mom for the first time <hes> and i think her going to daycare and me going back to my routine in your doing it alone after six yeah after six months i was doing it alone. Charlie added to your stress yeah. I guess i ask again. I stress. I'm not sure honestly what that means. It is i have to i have to do what i have to get by and survive and put a roof over our heads so i i didn't consider sitter my life really stressful to be honest. It was was what it was so couple question so you have this lens that s- from a different perspective right of yeah ming so mm-hmm mom you just kind of open the door that she had to do it on her own. What's your memory of that. Was it always on her own one. Is that the only member you kind of. Have what was that like yeah it all like my only memories are just like us to and so it always was it was everything was like super scheduled super rigid because it had to be like it was only heard taking me places picking me up. I was in every single sport like like so we were constantly always like moving back and forth <hes> doing state and so you know it was just like a consent sent always going always going <hes> so obviously like i wasn't stressed but it seemed to me like she was stressed. Always i'm trying to be on this tight schedule. Oh trying to make it work for her and for me <hes> so that's kind of like what my view was on it <hes> and even like when she had to go to work like i went to daycare and she you know pick me up in nyc she would have to make her meals on sunday so that when we got home like meals ready made like it was already eddie planned out every week you know <hes> so it was great for me and it was great for my structure and it was great for growing up definitely a different perspective on like how she was handling things that guy and i in a different perspective also because it was little yeah as a child. Did you try to take care of mom because she was alone. I mean who obviously you're the caregiver. Forgive her right the primary care but was there a reciprocal kind of caregiving. I mean like i said i'm still young. There's only so much like year. You can i do but i think in my head like i thought you know i was doing what i could to help you know i'm a i'm a caring person. I think by nature so like i mean obviously it could have made life a lot easier. I consciously like trying to help or not. How could you made her life easier and you're saying there's ways i could have made it easier by doing what i was told not talking back doing things before being asked or <hes> not being such brat and would you. Would you feel that if john us <hes>. I didn't ask a lot of her though i don't think i felt like i needed to do most of everything myself but that was because she'll say this and i'm like my mother. There was a right way to do things and and it was just easier to myself when i when i wanted it done how it should be done. I don't think i put a lot of pressure on gene to do things. The era are <hes> chores or anything. I don't think i really did that hindsight. I wish i would have that would have been more structure for her <hes> but again she was a child and i. I think i've learned as i've grown up. I that's how compensated maybe for being a single mom and i wasn't trying you know. I think people tried to save you. Were a superwoman and i'd never ever again fought myself. I self something like that. I did what i had to do and that's all it was and it's funny. She thinks i felt strength. Don't think <unk> i'm oh. I don't feel stress to be honest. I always had people to help me. When i needed help her. <hes> i always had family to rely on this. She was sick <hes> home. My dad would come the babysitter would take her and put her in a room so it. It may have been stressful for an hour or two trying to figure out who was gonna watcher. Was i going to stay home but it was a very short stressed period for me <hes> so again so it was is that stress but entirely that's how i was stressed but i didn't visually see it that way. Uh-huh yeah well so you you were married if i can ask and six months and ended it right six months into her being born right yes so so take me back to the actual birth <hes> first off. I am curious. Why why why were you adamant on june baby just because i liked i loved the month of june. I got married in june. It'd be cool to have a baby in june. I'm a summer person person. I love the summer months <hes> so yeah. It was just against my strip. This is what i like. This is what i want and you're gonna make it happen if i when and i can when i can which is not very often but those were things that were kind of those were kind of in my control to some extent right when i get married and i tried to have a child. I like control. I'll admit it. I'm a control freak. So is it is the control freak something you are opposed to. You've gone to the opposite end orderly have gone the exact opposite the purpose. I think some of it was subconsciously. I was like whoa i kinda like this kind of like this more laid back not so regimented go with the flow kind of thing and then when i then when i like could start making my own decisions and like doing more things for myself i think i consciously chose to kind of be more laws air so in terms of mental health right i would love from both of your perspectives. What is the healthier state of mind the let me try and control everything <hes> or hey you know just going to go the the opposite. Although you have said you kind of just go with the flow as well right. You don't think about you so talk to me a little bit about your thoughts on what what is the best state of mental health that you both have experienced and what has not been the best in each other kind of thing <hes>. Do you know what i'm saying like. Yeah i think somewhere in between i'm one extreme and gene the other extreme there has to be a healthy in between because she says you know that i'm very controlling and she's she's very extremely extremely laid back. Yeah i agree. I would say some somewhere in the middle is like that mental healthy deep zone but it's just like anything. It's like a teeter totter. If you go one way you fall frequently other way you fall on your in the middle. You're good obviously you can't be too late back in. I found myself in situations where i'm late two things. I'm getting in trouble because i'm not on time or you know stuff like that and that's detrimental. If i just left the house ten minutes earlier or woke up ten minutes earlier i took a shower the day before implant things out. You know maybe i wouldn't have been late but then again to me. It's more about you know. I'll be there eventually and i'll be there fully but i might not be there right on time kind of thing unusual that you would choose to be a nurse nurse for pete's yet so that's why like my personal life and my job is different like when i i go to class i'll be late to class. I show up at my pajamas. I probably smell and i don't have coffee but like when i go to the hospital i'm there early. I'm in scrubs. I look professional. I've got my coffee because that's like my professional by identity. That's like you know but truly. Is that like who. I am on everyday basis no but it's a it's kind of like a facade. You know you want people. You're a nurse people. Look up to you. People trust you. You don't wanna nurse late. You don't wanna nurse. It's tired you don't wanna nurse. It smells bad so that's you know that's i try at at least for that to be more conscious of it of being more on time stuff like that but that again i see that outside of like the other side being sue. I you know rigid regimented in controlling. It's it's like you're constraints of time and it's all about time we have to go here here here and it all has to be on the a four four thirty. It doesn't matter what we're doing in between but it's about the time we got to do it here and now in exactly like that where i would rather be this. This is three things that were gonna be doing. We're going to be doing a b and c whatever time we end. That's when we add in for me. I mean i'd rather be present than worrying looking at the clock. What do you think about what she just. <hes> i wish life was like that. What do you mean by the start when you want you end when you want. I have a career like that. I don't have a lifestyle like that as a a single mother. I have to be at work at a certain time once. You also an event planner like you had right yeah yeah. It just interests me. Gene is so different from me when i raised please turn. How do you think i guess she didn't like. I'm learning show like the regimented life style we lived. She's gone complete extreme opposite a lifestyle of what she was brought up in complete opposite which makes us it very hard for us to get together long well did when you had gene and she comes out what we didn't talk about like the feelings the emotions like what what the chew we discussed before every time it's what was the best day of my life. It was the day ahead gene <hes>. Did you know that it's nice to hear though thanks well. No no but it's i mean i had a c. section so i knew driving to the hospital that morning. I was going to be a mom men in a few hours. It's very surreal thing to know right now. I'm not this belly is baby. You know this is going to be part. What is this world in just a couple of hours. It's very surreal feeling. Did you have at that moment like or even before then plagued with thoughts of what she was going to grow up to be like and what life was going to be like with her. Nothing nothing. I don't think i had any ex and he expectations so far somebody who plans and controls that you did. I mean i had her daycare. Provider provider picked out months before she was born. I mean i had you had the logistically all the logistics handled. She stayed with my sister my first week back at work so i i can transition yeah. I'm away from her but she's with my sister not a stranger so everything i do has a reason or a <unk> almost everything i do. I'm finding the older i get. I'm trying to be a little less rigid rigid but back then but i didn't have expectations of i want her to grow up into the president and i want her to grow up up to be miss america. I want her to grow up in take care. I didn't put expectations didn't have any like expectations like i wondered up and be like a good person or like i made assumptions. That would happen right. Did you want if there was <hes> like an expectation but on you know not really i mean like day to day things but never never never felt forced until some people some people feel like they're forcing until like the professions of their parents sometimes or like forced into into you know my dad's a doctor now. I have to be a doctor even if it's just the kid doing it themselves. I never felt like that at at all like you always like sad like i want you to do. Whatever like you want to do. Whatever makes you happy so yeah. I never felt like pushed to like two something like that. She wanted to meet it. Was there the expectation though that you would go to college and finish college. Was that one of the things things because you didn't right correct. Was it something that you wanted her to do because you didn't or oh i think in this day and age kids have to have a college degree so doc <hes> but no vicariously i was gonna kinda live through gene going to college. She went away. A thousand was thousand miles away something like that a lot of my friends where you're letting your only child go that far away to school. If that's where she's going to be happy that's where i want honored gold. Were you happy there. Yes happy there for a while. I was having fun. Is that why you chose to go so far away from home. Get a break. Go yeah i had in my head probably like junior at least like that. I was going away far so i don't even think i applied to any schools in illinois so that always scared me like i wanted to get out. I want to go away i wanted to it changes scenery. I wanted to experience like vows going to college. Do it big do it right. So that's kind of like what i i was thinking and what's the what's one of the lessons that you learned from learn that you miss your friends and family a lot more anything you did. You expect her to say that no. What did you expect her to say as one of the lessons yes. She learned hindsight now that you know that she was there for a certain you know. Obviously i have money thoughts on staff but you know that probably the biggest schooling part went astray astray. What do you mean by that didn't she was on the honor roll the first year a thousand miles away. She was on the honor roll then. She moved off campus the second year again. I didn't go to college. I don't understand all this stuff but she she moved off campus and i think that may have been a bad choice a leaving that structure in the carolinas the the complexes x.'s they have pools. They have volleyball courts. I mean because it's so hot outside that i went there when i took her there. I called my sister to say you me to fly down here. This is like club med down here. I can't believe my kid is going to school. Here and things just went astray once she left left. I guess the structure of of the campus is that what you think cap it. I thought i don't know she thinks that but hundred percent and that was farther from campus had more freedom like <hes> yeah there was just so many more distractions to. I couldn't walk to class anymore. I had to take a boss so like there was a lot of things that made going to toss difficult more difficult and so then you decide to come back home yeah. I basically flunked out oh. I don't think he left before. I did leave before kicking fiat. Put if you if you had to do it over again. Would you do it the same way because you turned out okay. I mean asked me when my lone star kicking in but i would do it. I never stopped going school. I went to <unk>. I went to north carolina for two years. That didn't work out. I knew if i stopped going altogether that going back might not happen so i never wanted to stop so even when i came home. I don't even think i took a break for maybe semester the max but i want to the community college. I started taking classes there. I got my associates from there. Eventually actually only taken like two classes at a time and then. I finally went to north park. Commend got my bachelor's nursing and and did you. They have this confidence that no matter what she was gonna succeed or what. What were you thinking. During this entire period mm-hmm i didn't know what was what was going to happen. <hes> i was thrilled. She stayed in school. A lot of people it'd be like is this gene and school and like sh- same thing. She was never out of school people. She was always in school <hes> i was. I i really wasn't sure what again i don't put it. I wasn't sure what was going to happen. <hes> you back into nursing then and decide. Maybe she was going to go real real estate. I think i don't know what class you were taking like anatomy where the price some hard class and thinking she just was gonna chuck it and so real estate or something <hes> which i think i was like okay i said i'd rather you stayed in a medical field only because because there's always going to be jobs it was just my observation be really good to stay in the medical but you need to get a degree and you need to get the job and make money and be self sufficient i but she said i don't think i've ever pushed nursing on her <hes> but was i always sure she was who's gonna finish. I'm i was never confident that i was never sure it was it was going again my half empty at the it was easier to think of it half full if she succeeded super if she didn't like it was kind of in the back of my head that maybe maybe it wouldn't happen. Maybe maybe i wanted it more for her than she wanted for herself. I i've always told her. I didn't want her to struggle if you struggled old but i did i don't want to i want her to be able to be self sufficient and be able to do for self. If you meet mr reich that's great but to know that she doesn't need to have have somebody in her life that she can do it on her own she has to but now i will i will be i wasn't wasn't sure. I wasn't sure this graduation was ever to happen and i think she knows. I don't think that's something that surprises her and what about you you and watching your mom kind of live out her life. Were there points where you're kind of like opposite ends right. She wasn't so sure what you're doing with your career. Were you kind of looking at her and what's going on with you as well or no. I knew that everything that i was doing was affecting her so like for me. I always knew that i would graduate but i also was the one in control. She was just like the bystander like watching explain that can you mean you were the one in control because it's on me to you go to class to do my work to do well on exams into pass and to keep going so. I knew i was not going to stop so to me. I always knew i was gonna meters. You weren't gonna stop but you put a lot of obstacles in your way. Could have i mean yeah. I didn't have to be in school or students. Stop beat your bad choices could have derailed your career and what do you mean by the obstacles and the bad choices what we're i don't know if she wants to talk about but were they in your opinion. Were they bad choices or were. They just living life or how do you know why doesn't everyone make bad choices and bad decisions do you that has made bad choices and bad i mean. I don't think she would deny that too for sure. I'd log be wanting to <hes> for sure but i mean you try to learn from the mistakes making go forward in. I mean that's all i can do so from the mistakes you made or perceived mistakes right <hes>. What have you learned to move move forward and i'm gonna ask you the same question on the mistakes. You've made just to not happy so naive and i don't know to be more responsible in kind of kind of teaching me to not be so carefree. Air free like there are rules. There are regulations. It's not just a free for all in you know oh. You can't always do a two on you'll have to think before you act in. I think that was like the major takeaway takeaway. Most people don't don't catch that one until their forties fifties you know so kudos to you super impressed so so unclearly you did something right as much as you may be did stuff that well and right so but for you all the mistakes life lessons learned they think i think i'm starting to be more like her more carefree less controlling trolling. I think and i think jeans i agree you agree. I'm trying to but maybe because i'm in a place in my life where i feel i can be everything everything doesn't have to be quite as regimented as i thought it needed to be <hes> in the past so i think that's a life lesson that i was very stringent but i'm not sure what happened if i wasn't and what's happening now that's i don't know gene's gonna beyond her own soon so you are you moving out or something yeah. I mean that's the well she's gonna. She's going to have it up a job where she can just going to be off my insurance another month. You know so she's insurance wise <hes> no. She's on my phone. You know all those things is going to give me a little more freedom when she can do those things on her own which which i think i'm not gonna do it to her if she can't take some time <hes> but i just feel like life is getting shorter too. I'm getting older and i'm still in good health. I i've i have two sisters who've battled in one cancer but could happen to me any day so no my jumping off. Cliffs sir you know going to india going to naked retreats some stuff. Will i ever do those things probably not but but i'm a little bit more out of my control phase and yes so what if i'm up a little late so what if i had to be up at the crack of dawn it's fine. I'm enjoying what i'm doing that day or that night living more in the moment than i used to. I i really didn't live in moments. It was what what i was going to do next. Always always what i was today was over already planned tomorrow and the next day and i still do it but not to the same extent. I can turn the corner easier than i used to. It used to have to to be a straight line and oh there's a little curve. Gonna i'm gonna enjoy and forget about the routine that i typically have had for fifty some years. Happy life is better than i do. I feel life is is better for me especially especially now that she's graduated that was a big hurdle and so let's talk about this graduation so there's like a party plan right aac. Why are you laughing party of the year. It's a party. We've talked about for seven years. Yeah and have you really literally any thoughts nine three at least into three in the fourth genie's. We'll you have a big party. You probably fireworks. I'm expecting fireworks. Please supposed to rain. She's no longer in control. They were living in a party planner that were old party. You can okay okay so if you guys were to kind of. Look back at your really growing up together right. I i mean you were learning to be a kid. Be an adult right and all of this with a single mom. You're learning to be a single mom and care for a kid. All you're on in your own self sufficient right so in your entire journey together what maybe moments do you recall call that were like your most joyous your most kind of funny together and what moments were like really you're worst together. <hes> what was it like two years ago or something gene came with me when i walked in one morning owning which team doesn't do and she wanted me to look at something on her honor phone and it said what did it what talented it's somewhere. I thought it was germany germany or something. Where are we going to. The town goes yeah. It's frankfurt cranford and i'm like you're going to frankfurt. You don't don't even have been a sport. Where where are you going to frankfurt. Palm read it more closely yearbook for frankfort michigan. I'm like holy. Gosh because zeal even have passport so i still controlling back that it's frankfort michigan. She had booked us in a tiny house. I'm for three or four but again the mom thing. I got to see if i get or did you already pay for this. Blah blah blah <hes>. That was an awesome trip. We think we had we had problems before we left. We had a great time. There and our problems all came back <music> a soon as we pulled in probably but the time we were away. We had a really a really fun time together so described some of that fun what what made it so awesome. Why why were those days so we rented a car. It was random. It was a random trip. It was very right. It wasn't you. Komo locations are planned six months in advance. This was only a month and i plan everything gene gene. That's right jeanne plan she. Did you planned everything. Why did you do that was a birthday present. Was it a just <hes> was. I don't know august or something like that. I just i just want to take a trip yeah. I don't know if it's necessarily with me to be honest that you wanted to do it you price. I don't know i shouldn't put words in uh-huh whatever i mean i wouldn't have gone to a tiny house with kind of my friends would fit in france. We barely fithian a tiny house. It was yeah i think because there was no structure those feud because it was up to jean i. I had no idea where we were going. I'd never been. I didn't have the book from fodders from the library so i and what the frankfort michigan anyway. There's dunes <music> beach. We went <unk>. <hes> tubing to ever there is <hes> but it was near traverse city michigan. Oh we had never been to if you've never been there and you lighter line and you like wine. It's beautiful. If i would've known traverse city michigan was only six hours away. I would have been there a lot sooner. It is beautiful country absolutely beautiful country. It's like being in california wine country like it looks like it like there's mountain not mountains. There's there's malls like the wineries are up on hills and lakes against their drive up and you hit all all the wineries on your way up. There's like lighthouses buoys like walking. How did you know about this. I i don't releasing. I knew like that much like i don't. I don't think i really i heard a traverse city and then i was on air. It was like when he started. It'd getting big and i saw the tiny house in. I personally have always wanted to live in a tiny house so i'm like oh my gosh. We're doing this and then i looked up frankfurt in. It's like it just a small town a lot of trees in nature <hes> than i was looking around like activities to do in there was so much to on on their unlike this is perfect <hes> so yeah i agree that was i think that was probably like one of my favorite memories. Do i feel like we have a law. Good memories race together even like just like the cops like going to the world series like i was like. How old was i twelve but i remember us jumping up and down. No no no they weren't in the world series champion here we go or something that i failed my daughter. She doesn't know enough about baseball or the cubs it anyways. I think they were going off. That's not the but it's just kind of funny. You weren't twelve because they just want to come in twenty five. Whatever the case yes no. I remember that day jumping up and down in our old house. We're going to champion yeah. That was a fun trip. That was a fun time. Family vacations are are always fun all her sporting events we always had fun volleyball and soccer and what about based dister stuff. You got a lot of that too but i don't know again how much there have been a lot of holes that i've had to pull out of. Would you agree with about it. I talk about well elaborate. Well the drinking that played into why things went down hill l. e. c. you why you failed there. Would you agree with that that yeah. I think her mental health wasn't some good than many in several nights. I'd get calls at three a._m. To a._m. Walking her off because i wasn't sure what she was and to herself i i wasn't sure maybe she wasn't that extreme but being that far away <hes> was very difficult. You don't wanna lose my only child because she was stressed out <hes> trying to get her to see counselors there to go get mad. It was very it was very hard. I you know i wanted her to be able to stay there in sixth seed and it just wasn't it wasn't going to happen <hes> you were kicked out of north park to discuss why she got kicked out tried to rescue her from that but she broke the rules set couldn't be fixed. Jeans had a couple full arrests that i've had to go to places to pick her up a couple of times so we had some low low times that and i get it. I'm a mom. I'm the one she should call but per as many times mrs make good choices and call me lotte nights. I didn't know where she was so there have been a lateral points and that people don't see because gene is a very vivacious person <hes> which i love but people don't know what goes on like any marriage or any relationship what goes on behind closed doors that raising her. It has not been and i'm not blaming her. It hasn't been easy for either of us sure but it's been a let's. I said i said this party. It may be it's selfish. It's as much as it is for her because it's if jean realizes am i i plan to say something at the party because it takes a village it took a village took a village to get gene through. She did the work. Don't get let me wrong. She did the work but there are a lot of people back in trump and taking her along the way jingan. I asked you what how how did you pull yourself of such a hole few times because it wouldn't have mattered what she did or anybody else did. If you for yourself hadn't pulled yourself out right right you can do for you. You can do everything for a person right. Everything and it's still could make no difference so you. What was it in you that you pulled yourself out of there. I mean i think it's is just taking one day at a time. When something goes wrong you have to like regroup in look at it from different view in like maybe that wasn't your original uh-huh plan of how things were but you can't get stuck on like what has happened. You have to look at how am i going to move from here because i'm not just stopping so i just i can't have that like mindset i think and like i said like i knew that i was in somewhat of control and i knew it was on me so i knew that in other people they tell me what to do or how to do it or it can be suggestions but you know nothing's gonna change unless i change so that's kind of how i think i. I don't know if i handled things all the way but you know that's taliaferro some of those times. The profession you chose yeah right is to help other people right. Do you think to yourself that that maybe all of these experiences that you've had. There's a bigger purpose that down the road. Perhaps one hundred percent. I think all of your like your life in your perspectives they affect how you view other people and if you have a broader perspective in a more understanding about more things that better able you'll we'll be able to care for more patients so like the the harder things that i have to deal with. I know that i'm gonna incorporate or like like <hes> meet a patient as gone through the same thing if not worse and being a nurse as being able to relate to someone and to have empathy into apathy empathy you have to put yourself in their shoes and if i have already been there and done that and felt that in went through that it makes being pathetic take that much easier then. Can you be a mom soon have some empathy for a mother. I'm glad you're gonna have of empathy for your patients but i'd really like to have some for your mother do do you do you think she doesn't have empathy for you. And do you have empathy taper. Show me what's up yet. Obviously you think i mean seriously you really not know what would would empathy look like a little bit more karen and what does that mean a little more honesty a little more help around here with it's kind of just like from <unk> same thing that she said earlier. You know done things without being aston stan. So are the expectations too high or is it just best not something new yeah. I think she's my mom and you kind of treat the people closest to like crappier than others i i think i was wondering something your mom called. Jew by us and other people have called you charming which i find and you delightful. I will take you home with me anytime you wanna come now. Your mom's kid <music>. I am curious yeah when it comes to people who are struggling right with a a mental health issue an addiction whatever it is right an emotional something there often. Is this <music> outside vivacious charming layer. That's hiding inside a wounded child. Stigma shame name right <hes>. Is that anything that plays into gene either past present or yeah. I feel like with any anyone that has illness mental illness. It's you have to get through the day so you have to put on this face of on okay and you don't want other people to know you're not okay so you. I don't know if i like over. Let's do it sometimes times to counterbalance like how you feel kind of sometimes so i think that could play into. I also just outgoing in person <unk> back to me but yet. I definitely think like i mean i have anxiety and you know you wouldn't probably be able to tell because i'm so outgoing but it's it's an internal thing. You can't see mental illness so just because someone's acting happy doesn't mean that they're not depressed. So what would you wish. People would say you know what i mean or more. How do you help somebody. Who's how do you even notice it yeah. I think it's really hard to notice probably as probably subtle changes changes in personality behavior behavior like if someone's becoming more like extreme more more talkative or the complete opposite if they're retreating. They're becoming more quiet they wanna stand about. They don't want to see their friends so like minute changes like that where they're eating habits something like that or their sleeping habits. It's like small things like that. Most likely someone let's dealing with depression especially like in the earlier stages. They're probably not gonna be able to identify it as that so it is the people around them that have to be aware in pick up on any small cues and then someone is looking for help. <hes> i mean it stinks 'cause sometimes you have to ask for help for people to notice <hes> tom but to help someone with mental illness. I think it's honestly. I don't even think you have to say like you. Don't even have to stay anything sometimes just like being with a person or a physical like hug. Those are big things things because a lot of times people with mental illness just like want to be heard and want to be understood and wants to be have someone that a day no cares about them so just being there and holding their hander like like i said like a physical hog to someone that hasn't been touched in didn't three years like that's that's a big thing. Do you give yourself a round of applause. Do you ever give yourself an a plus offs for anything. Do you ever do you ever acknowledge what you have overcome and accomplished. I mean i don't know like in my head. I think i might proud of myself. Maybe once i like take my test in graduate or like graduated. Take has has naturally nurse then. I'll feel like accomplished but no not really you should say he should you know i know that they saying never do the shoulda woulda coulda mine. I think that every morning looking at yourself and because you are you are vivacious charming beautiful. You're smart. You are articulate like you have really. You've pulled yourself out of things. I don't even know all the things. It sounds like some pretty serious things that other people wouldn't have right and look at what you have become like this. This is all going to be a story oreo late trials to triumph right so i mean you're a perfect. You are a perfect person example for this entire kind of series reese and one thing too. If you go downtown just to like check places out. There is an incredible coffee bar <hes> <hes> i wanna say the lincoln park area. Maybe it's nap and somewhere around. There called a sip of hope. Have you ever heard of this so so this guy started this coffee shop and then summit has more things to it where all the proceeds go to mental health and everybody who's there. They're like the entire motif is it's okay not to be okay yeah right so really nice people awesome people but it's kinda cool just to hang out. Where are you know and who knows if one day you being there. You can actually like offer them. I don't know some program something you could do. Especially with being a nurse and sipo sip of it is cute. Isn't it and you honestly do you ever like stop and give yourself like a minute of holy shit. Look at look what i've helped you know what i mean. Not saying anything you did was perfect but look at what i helped really to grow and to <music> give to this world like this is a pretty awesome kid and you did it on your own. Do you ever nauseous awesome person. But what about for yourself you don't give yourself even like do you ever journey like look in the mirror and be like i had some shit thrown my way i i you know what i mean and yet here i am. I still standing. I'm still like i'm i a good time out right. I i can live in a little house with my daughter and we actually have a good time like do you ever like i kind of wonder even for the two of you. You're still here and you don't know how long that's going to go. You know maybe it'll be longtime. Maybe not why don't you put something in place. Where every morning before you guys head out the door. Each of you has to say to the other how much you deserve an a. and pick something on why you deserve a like if you can't do it for yourself. You do feel it for her. You feel it for her. Why not do that and mike go out the door with light. Hey one person in this planet. This moment thinks i fucking rocks right. I mean i mean i think we should do it for ourselves. Yes yeah that's probably yeah reasons. We couldn't what do that we so so so my my cheap labor cameraman here <hes> the producer director whatever we're p._j. We decided the producer joe j. so yes. We'll we'll have it be well. We had we were going to the y. Right every morning at five thirty in the morning only and every morning we made sure that we told each other three things that we were grateful for and i and we haven't done on it in a while because we've got busy with other things i missed that and now when we go on walks we hit that and it changes your perspective right and the two of you what's fascinating about the two of you as much as you're kinda polar opposites you each have influenced the other right with the best bits of it right. If you were like one person you'd be you'd be perfect. Believable sleep right right and yet you still don't give yourselves any credit for anything. It seems that you have accomplished which is pretty fucking amazing. What's wrong with me you with the two of you right. I mean like the i am curious. One thing that you think rocks about your kid i think the fact how going in by vases and she will talk. I liked her think. She'd talk to a tennis ball if talked back to her. She she loves and i was never liked that at her age. I more like that now. I was a wallflower. I e member or not. It was a wallflower. I inches blend into the the wall <hes> so i'm very happy that genes i think waitressing helped a lot though with that which is very cool i think she's opened up <hes> in that kind of a role so he. I love that she's out though i do. I love it. Does she need to hone it back sometimes but but it's it's an awesome quality for sure for sure. Thank go with others. I will give for that for that. That's the grants the mother daughter thing right. You're allowed to write so and for you like one awesome thing about your mom just one just one to narrow down that that she was able to take care of both of us can go to work every day and keep a roof over our head even though it was hard and i still don't have the work ethic that she does and i don't think i ever will so. Is there anything wrong that for me. Do you have to have that kind of a work ethic. That's just one thing that i admire about her is like how determined in like even on like the crappiest dilate. She's you still up at out in. I don't think it's a bad thing. I think it's a bad thing if it interferes with their life and you're not happy because of it but i mean like i said earlier there is a time in a place to beyond time be recommended in do what you have to do. The one thing that's interesting about you jen because obviously for you know i was thinking into my self. You know she clearly well. Maybe she does i don't know but she wouldn't have like a picture of who you were before your mom right like all of that right right and and you just self described as wallflower right and i do remember you being kind of reserved and shy et cetera what is fascinating to me is if i remember correctly really your first husband. Jeans dad was very outgoing vivacious right. You were drawn to that right and i i guess my question is heavy. Now realized that you yourself inside also are like ice. See your facebook post. I see how you go out and you have a good time and you're always kinda laughing. You yourself inside have the vivacious nece and the you you know the charm as well. You don't need it from somebody outside like have you. Have you thought about that. I don't need no. I ah never i mean i grew up thinking you had to get right. That was just the age we grew up and you got married so i did that. I didn't do it because you know but again. Mike control my little world. Those were the processes you went through but after two failed marriages and knowing a lot of people unhappy marriages it's much easier being by myself doing what i want when i want and i my mantra these days is work hard play hard and she just said i do. I work my ass off. Uh but somebody's paying they're paying me but come the weekends or evenings. I have a good time fine but i think she is vivacious. I think he is out going but i wasn't. I wasn't but the things that life is more enjoyable now <hes> yeah maybe that's awful. I must in my life was ever it wasn't it was never awful. What how would you describe it because they're startling stressful it. What is it was more lonely. I think than anything else. Even though i had husbands it was still lonely <hes> mm-hmm so if you had one you're and you have a magic genie and she's going to give you one wish. What would it be moving forward. I'm going to ask for you in a minute in the sows corny and tacky but right now it would just be my h- to have my health because nothing can as cause. I was literally. I'm gonna say money some money and not a billionaire but like get get the mortgage off me and let me be able to get a new car and some new cart heartbreaking all so as not to be a millionaire but to live a little bit more comfortably not have to watch pretty much every penny. I spend <hes> but i think really my health because i can't control that. If i had a genie that would be keeps me healthy so i can retire and enjoy breath twenty years of health. <hes> do some of the things that i wanted to do so. It sounds like an old lady but that's that's really how i feel. This is this could keep me healthy for the next forty years. I'll work the next time and then let me enjoy the next and what's the worst thing on the bucket list like you said uh let me do the things i wanted traveling. I've never been well. I've been to mexico but i haven't left the country other than that. We were supposed to do the i know. I knew it was coming out. I know it's going. It's going to get it in their song we will we will i promise you the pope is still waiting for me and waiting for me. That's my my biggest trample. I really wanna travel. Were you went to flint. What was it called clinton. That was a travel the detroit detroit order. What about eugene magic genie one wish immoral piece really i would just i would. I just wish be for me to be happy and healthy in forever. I know to be happy and healthy uh-huh and what does that look like for you being healthy own happy and healthy as in like like mentally physically emotionally just being genuinely happy so you tear up when knew when you say stuff like that what's going on inside. What's i just see a lot of people in a lot of people with until illness. I just want everyone to be happy yeah because you know what i wanted to you. Worry about others with mental illness jewelry about yourself <hes>. Do you think thank you have any mental illness. I've been dying okay. I wasn't i feel like you're is talking about others and i. I just needed to make sure because i take care about others and i ask you what your diagnosis is exciting. What have they said you should do. Or what did they give you or so. I was on like a clown. Appendicitis are out. Oh okay <hes> so like zoloft. I was until aloft for lake six seven years in land <hes> so just visit asked us all right when the lake sometimes after a few ears like those will wear off so like <unk> really bad at that point and i'll need like clumping resounding until they can give me on a new like s for that got to kick in by the something bring it on or it's just out of the blue. It seems out of the blue but i'm assigning that there are actually like triggers is triggering. You know i'm like oh my god <hes> you know wouldn't that be. We have a report at the end of podcast area. Okay okay because you know okay so talk to because she has a mental illness. You think she hasn't mentioned she. I have a mental yeah. I think he's probably book by colour okay. I don't know if she mattress no. I think she has anxiety this. She has ryan and depression that i don't know what i've seen growing up like her talking about like bologne leanest asked isolation. That's like signs of depression to me. Innings zayed's <unk> rigidness that control those are every that those are things that you due to avoid anxiety interesting interesting you went into nursing for mead's you didn't go in to nursing for like mental health or what were you thinking that you want to catch a baby. I come out and before anybody tells them. There's something wrong with them before they like. They're so innocent you know <hes> i like working with babies air mounts because you get both you get the best of all you get the newborn and you get them out so you get the adult and the baby and no matter what field of nursing or medicine that you go into you're gonna have a patient with mental illness and you're gonna probably have won every single shift no matter what unit you're on. You don't have to be honest like unit. I work with someone with mental health interesting. You'll be perfect. Yeah i mean it's. I think that it almost should be like a requirement freight that you yourself have experienced some of this so you know it's it's funny we just <hes> we were talking about a post that we saw today for something that i kinda work on and this person is in a mental health field with a major university and what they posted was <hes>. Basically you don't need a coach coach to like lose weight. That's what it was that we were looking ridiculous spending money just by the book and have self-disciplined this was from a mental so health professional right like that surprised me and if that kind of an attitude is out there with the people. You're supposed to go to help right right yeah so that's that's the problem right makes you not want even go all right because always gonna understand well like you said i went into nursing thing because i kind of knew what it was like. A lot of people that go into mental health care know what it's like because they have these issues themselves. It's so cova part of it. Maybe yeah that's i mean. If someone in the field can't even understand mm-hmm. That's bad right and that just shows you. How messed up our healthcare system is about mental health thing. That's another because that's another podcast. Yes and it's an awesome yeah oh you. You're going to do this a seriously wrap it up guys. Let's go anyway now this. Is there anything that you wish i would've asked or that. You really kinda wanted to get out or you know any other last thoughts. I think it was a feeling therapy. Thanks so much for listening to madness to magic and my podcast. I'm with crazy a love story. I believe we're all here for a purpose and i know oh that this is part of mine. Please share this with anyone. You think might benefit or might even have a story of their own share. You also can visit me at madness to magic dot com or check out more of my stories including info on my book. The s. word at paulina milana rights dot com. I hope to hear from you and join forces with what i consider a unique caregiver tribe as we all learned to embrace all of ourselves else to have compassion for others and to come into our full power by the grace that is both madness and magic until we meet again then i'll leave you with one of my favorite mantras be bold and mighty forces shall come to your aid. Thank you <music> uh <music>.
Personal Branding Puzzle | Ep. #15
"Welcome to the candidate if. Show for creators creatives. And Enterpreneurs. Whether, you're starting out rowing or establish. This is the show for you. Lohan. Welcome to another episode of the Cana creative. There's no yesterday. So it's just me today. I talk a lot about personal branding in my instagram. Personal Brand Tim can be seen as something mythical. Something that only a handful of people. Can Accomplish? Or can't have one Is actually incorrect though. So, I decided to delve deeper into personal branding. But today's episode. Let's jump right in. And everything you video. Game Janney start at a video tyler one as follows. What is a personal brand? For, time, I thought of trivial number of followers you often social media. The number of people don't know who you are. Them enough attention that is you at any given time. And of quote. Stated, he realized that there's some thought. Personal brand simply. And a personal Brennan's about how people perceive you and what they remember about you. And of course. He ever personal Brennaman before you think you have one. Play. Research may search for answers personal branding. I found a book name platform. By seem to Johnson. There's a quote there isn't any with a early on. where she says personal branding is for everyone. In you can change the world with your voice if you had a platform to stand on people listen. Quote. It all begins with your interactions with people. People interact with you. And who? They perceive us. But what does it take? Develop manage your Bryant. I. You need an audit. Goal setting game. Plan. Growth Strategies. And an awareness, the space you're in or one to enter. You always need a plan. Without it, there's no recourse. Or Path. For building a successful personal brand. Now, the pit confusion with personal branding is whether you should develop a persona. Or enhance your own personality. According to saint-pierre and unquote. Goal is to define and demonstrate your identity in a way that accurately represents for success. And of quote. What is personal brand? Continued to shop in my research are self awareness and self preservation. Personal brand is about packaging yourself to sell yourself? Bream focusing or actions. So. The right kind of people. Can find you described your message. And? It all starts with the ability to think for yourself to make choices about what you buy. Do and represent. Kuscu. Life for your shooting to do. Not. Because you need to make those choices. Now. has personal brand become so popular in recent years. Today brands went to connect with people. When waste is GONNA win more people is to be more human. This, of course that summarizes. And assess. People trying to be Brian's. Brian's trying to be people. I believe and from the book for the personal branding. Acquires a lot of storytelling. That is a quote directly from that. And solely agree and believe in that quote. And I also believe. As also Cynthia states. that. A personal brand is similar to resume. And I quote. It defines. Only, what we have done. But how we think? The question is always how do you develop your personal brand? Devices to listen to your natural instincts and desires. Tone adapt mold yourself to be the next anyone. Be Hugh Be Yourself Focus being authentic. Instead of manufacture version for you think everyone else wants you to be. Ask Yourself. Don't want. And if that sounds daunting start with things, he seriously do not want. Haven't clear view on things you do and do not want as part of being authentic. Tie directly into developing solid personal brand. The core nation to personal branding has been discussed. Let's jump into the four main factors. These are personal proof social proof occupation. An association. person. Gives you confidence to go after the next goal. Pursue your passions, these include education, experience credentials, and achievements. Approve approve others need to believe you're qualified to do something. These things lead people to believe that you can help them. Have something they want, but they can learn from. Now it is important to highlight that while the number of followers to seven influencing your status social proof. It's more about the perceived value in status. How do people see you? Ask, yourself that. The statistically to networking. We shouldn't have book Johnson States. Networking is a selfish cam. Our. It is for the recent you imagine. And, of course. Nelson overview on networking. Is that we don't want people. Or. Perceive s below us. And put in quotations. So I don't think anybody is below US I don't think that. Anybody should be below or above anybody else. We're all people who are learning. Nobody is a gory nobody's a master at anything. The prisoner advice I would suggest. Oh. Yes. You should engage in those who have similar or higher perceive status or ballot you. There's a lot of value and engaging with people who have less perceived value and status as well. Indiana's about what works for US individual. Permian, have found to network people who have higher perceived value can be beneficial. But. Also get you who have less social proof or proceed value. Is extremely beneficial. Guess remember someone who am I have perceived value. That is less than yours or above yours. Can Change in a short amount of time someone that might have less perceived solid than you do. Few months might have. Higher perceived value than you do. Remember to treat people with respect and see them a sequel. Don't see them as below or above. That'd be my personal. Advice on that. Third Association. Leonard or not association it's the part of the personal branding puzzle. That determines a lot of your success. I want to talk briefly about opportunities network. And Access in networking events? This is not to say that it's impossible but there's a lot of `gate-keeping when it comes to who gets access to the right connections and I put in quotations right connections. Is Determined on your gender generation occasion age background. Social. Status. And the list goes on. You get the point. It's very controlled and determined by who you know. We were family already knows. How much money your family has. Where you go up. If, you're white man, you have more opportunities someone who was a black person. You're in the next community. It's at all has the controlled. That great society not saying that it's impossible to make connections and grow just saying. That there's a lot of `gate-keeping. Within networking events. I mean they were convinced they're not cheap. They're not easily accessible for the most part. Why that is, is include this and talk about that for a little bit. Is because in the book it states? Side whether you're credible based on your expertise and your network. I would like to add we need to do more for people. As I said, make networking events or accessible and affordable for people. Associations very powerful. In ties into the whole puzzle they mentioned. Or you know whoever you work with or you went to school. Or who mentor you has a huge impact on your success. Have you global community? Not only that but equal respect. Now collectively people whether you agree or not. It's strategically. If you like with I, come ask stand thousand plus followers on instagram and a huge and solid base that is very active and engaging. You're selecting with them because you know you get something in return. And they connect with you. Because I like you the they can get something. Back, from. that. Connection. And fourth. Recognition. People. Recognize the US being a top educator topic for Noor or a mentor. Occurs. A lot of weight power. Whether it is making the four thirty on thirty list or getting words their local nationally internationally. It all increases not only are perceived value. But also your ability to connect with more people. And be recognized. What is it good personal brand. Siphon rotten. Could personal brand evokes emotion. It brings a new perspective into the picture. For. Me Personal Brennan about being open creating content that I. Love. No strings attached to a niche or certain narrow. Personal. Brian. I want to see who you are as a person. Rather than the. They think you should be. The resonated with me says. No wants to work boring. Choice whether you love don't get stuck in a corner or box. Don't ever let people tell you stick with your H. That's boring. Echo release the recently played solely created brandon rains a content. What I mean by this is that You're just creating content. That's your niche because that's what will make my account grow. See that all the time and I'm. Not GonNA disown anybody. For sticking to their H, I'm just saying that that becomes boring. When you? Are Creating content. You want it to few human doing it to feel. Something that brings emotion you want to feel. Powerful you wanted to bring your own person audience to it. Skating content. Related to your agent constantly to that with no flexibility to it. Basically. Becoming a robot. It's not that much different. Than someone who is just social media to followers. So my best advice is to create constantly love a personal brand. People WanNa see you. Point to see what you love people want to see. About the things you are passionate about what you support what you disagree with. That is what a personal brand about. Thanks so much for listening today's episode I wanted to conclude this episode with saying that. People want to connect with a person and their story. And there's a recent quote and this is from southern mining. So shadow to him. recorded an episode recently. That where he said. We all have a story share. Powerful we'll have a story to share. So how we start sharing our story today, start sharing our experiences. Today we start talking about. We start creating content about things that we love that were passionate about instead of focusing. On one or two niche. In our social media. So go out there and tell your story until next time. That's always creative. Content that you love.
Leeanna Morgan REPLAY
"<music> welcome to ride with love. I'm you heist. Sarah williams selling author speaker and creative entrepreneur each week. I checked too passionate conspiring olefins janey in creative writing some are traditionally published some do it themselves. Everyone's janney is different and everyone has something interesting to say. We all love love and love will be today's show is brought to you by our amazing fans and supporters unpatriotic. If you'd i'd like to help support the shot and get some awesome bonus episodes very to patriotic dot com forward slash. Sarah williams actually more now now. He is today's show get. I'm sarah williams romance solter. An independent publisher ed serenade publishing today. I'm talking to you a site today. They selling new zealand also he writes contemporary <unk> in montana. Welcome to the show leanna malkin good to be easier. I really appreciate taking the time today on now. You've got a busy schedule. I'm so can you tell us if you also janney start. 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ep 147: Maura Tierney
"Mommy. Mommy. I'm a good morning. That's a best way to open a show with Allison Janney and doing. Was that incestuous a little a little creepy there? But, but you know, Mon you see things be. Hey, dear listeners Allison Janney is here with us. Hide your listeners. She was reading address in room will be dragged her out over here. We love it. When you hear? Thank you so much. I love to come over here and sit with you. And you're the best at doing the ad reads with us I am. Yes. Good listeners. Guess what it's advertising, but it's gonna be fun. But before we get to address I wanna read a letter. Okay. Little bit different different type of okay? The subject is Ana you're the reason I am getting married. Oh, hi on him. I've been a huge fan and avid listener since the fall of two thousand seventeen I was able to follow along with SIMS love life from the beginning. Which is led me to meet the love of my life. In the beginning. Episodes on always talked about SIMS wonderful girlfriend, Amy and how the hinge app brought them together the more. She went on about how wonderful Amy was the more. I was like, wow. Maybe I should check this app out flown to hold that is how I met Tyler. Tyler is most amazing man, I've met and my best friend without this podcast. Who knows if our pads would have ever crossed. And now we are getting married. We will be getting married July twenty seven twenty nineteen and it is all thanks to on him. I know Ana is ordained, and this may be a long shot, but she is more than welcome to marry us or just to come. Eat cake is fine too. I just wanna say thank you times. A million for having a hilarious podcast. Full of great advice, and helping me find the love of my life and congrats disseminate be on their beautiful marriage and son love you both Hanna Hanna, congratulations. That is so fucking awesome. And I would love to be the the minister the or are you promising this right now. No, no. You can't. I can't. I I can't promise anything. But you did a great job for me. Did I love we loved it? I was about still Hannah that I was kinda shitty. No, you weren't that. Sweet. But I was a little bit gray Winnie research. Oh, you didn't have to. I just want you to be. Do. Tino, this Alison, I was like, oh, I know. I only reporter you guys to promise love to each other forever Hannah. I'm that makes me so happy. Thank you so much and Leah please. Let's be in touch. I don't know where you are a sweet Michael Sherman. Yeah. We'll get get her a gift. That's a good idea or gift. She's an Iowa also dance really obnoxious. Well, I could you both could what do you dance? Justly at the wedding. Yeah. Let's find out where the wedding is. And maybe wanna go Altus go and just show up at the reception and be dancing, and everyone let's go is that you might have to deliver a monologue. I can I can I can work something up Hannah. Thank you and congratulations. 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And it'll take you right? Hey. What's your impression of a hyperlink? Do it again. And now, let's. And now, let's get to more Tierney. Mara, our Mora Mora. Fuck will now does help talion in Italy. They say it's much prettier Morris here any dear listeners is here. And Anna, I know I know it's too like valuables. It's over I don't know fucking anything. But thank you. You're welcome. Thank you. Hey. So can we talk a little bit about multi Cam? Yeah. Because I hate the categorization of idea to versus dramatic actor. I agree. You have. No. I think it's true. I think it's sort of like if someone says, that's should've talented comedic actress. I don't think that's any different from just being a talented actress or actor. I think it's just about commitment to the material. I completely agree sincerity of character. Yeah. But do you think that stems from a critical opinion within a community that has actually experienced? I think maybe to a certain extent. I mean, I. Multi camera show for. Yeah. Newsradio which was years or five years, which was super fun. And I miss that a lot of times. What do you miss about it? I'm is rehearsing for four days or in the end for three. I miss the audience coming in there was that feeling. I really miss my thing that I miss a lot is because all the writers were so great and the actors to of course. But when something wasn't working when we were taping the show, and we'd try it. Okay. It was just not working. And then like four of the writers would come out on stage. And they're just brainstorm, and they were so hilarious. And that just pitch fixes to the joke. And then we'd try two or three, and it was just happening right there, creative and really fun. Did you ever feel like as the writers got to know, you they could like sort of find tune a joke because I think about this in terms of is a format multi Cam where it feels like if if the writer's sort of know, your personality strength, which is something that I say with resistance because as an actor I wanna be able to you know, shape shift whatnot. Right. But that is a format where it feels like if they know sort of my strengths and weaknesses. Well, as I am as a human than they can tap into sort of that for comedic affect. But don't you think that's I understand I want to shape shift to and I would like to be able to do much broader things or just I don't know keep continuing to expand. But I think it's that's part of a writer's job is to understand the the power of the actor. Yeah. And good writers. Usually, do it becomes a little symbiotic. And I think that's okay. Yeah. We have the most brilliant writers, I do wish. And this is my first long-term television. I was thinking is like because we did it for four and a half year five seasons. But once what season even like. Yeah. Yeah. That's long. I've learned a lot. It's been incredible. I miss a degree of creative control. Which is kind of why I started this podcast. But that's amazing though. Oh, things you're just creating something with the very strong specific voice. I think it's amazing. Thanks. I have do we talk about this a bit? But I like in this age of being able to control my own narrative. Get to know people that I have Meyer in talk to strangers about their issues and give Terry would funny. But I love them near but advice what I feel like a lot of times when one give someone advice. It's really device. They wanna hear at the moment. Whatever you're telling someone is sort of what you actually need to hear does that mean completely like sort of godless of their problem. Doesn't happen with us very often though. Sometimes we'll give vice where they. It was I'm constantly flexing on my own life when to yeah. Yeah. And you're not sort of. Yeah. Oh god. This is scarring a ready. So we're in I should've limit that to me. I give advice. I'm giving the advice. I wanna hear. It's not a universal thing. Your character on they affair. You're the MIR for the audience, and I think that's testament to you as an actor because you're so fucking good. And I've been thinking a lot about this the term micro expressions. When watching you you're able to MIT a lot without doing much at all. And that's kind really admire. It's a it's testament to to to your intelligence and oh, thank you. It. Also, I don't I mean that could be a part of self defense in terms of. You have to go to the well over and over again of sadness, and infidelity and and loss, and then some more infidelity, and then this and that so it was a film you'd sort of have these scenes once or twice, but we'd go there a lover. Right. And I think that in terms of a to keep it interesting and not do the same thing over and over and be just because it's really hard. I think sometimes restraint is my solution to not have to eight not bore the audience by doing the same thing every time and be not string myself out. You know? So I think it's brilliant though, because I guess over emoting feels manipulative to audience audiences are wise. Right. Right. Right. Right. And just so restraint is intriguing and very IMP. Thank and I don't I don't know how you like especially working with the scenes with your family with your kids and everything how do you bring that when it's their coverage. How do you do that? That for them. I try to I'll be like fuck those bitches. Well, one of the kids, I really can't fucking stand. No kidding on. Explain what coverages for our listeners. So when you do is seen in a single format oftentimes you cover one actors side of things, and then you do the other actor I met you tend to do last or something. And then when you go in for close ups, you you do them individually some actors don't stick around for the other actors turn because a camera was going to see them anyway. Yeah. Right. Right. That's happened to me. Really? Yeah. Can you confess who John Travolta? I mean, he was a lovely guy. But he, but he had a real it was it was a long time to catch. He. He had a contract, and it was like that was ten hours whatever door to doors like that. And he really door-to-door meaning from when he left his house to when he arrived back. He only would work ten hours. He was a huge is still third primary colors and so oftentimes which shoot out Johndroe to and he'd leave in his standard would come in. And like someone else. Some disembodied voice would read his part, and and they would shoot the rest of our coverage. And then you know, what happened is Thompson was also in the movie in one day, John left. She was like, right. That's it. We're all going. Done completely done with it. Shashi was shit. She was really great. And they see these in. Visi? Well, I mean, I didn't sweat it too hard. It was just sort of like how it was being done, you know, and that's his progress of I think it's less fun to leave. I mean, that's not fun. Yeah. I agree with you break some type of actor code. I thought everyone is supposed to do that. Yeah. Yeah. And you remember it clearly, you know, that was like eleven years ago or something. Yeah. I've got a couple of those. Yeah. Do I wanna share? You don't have spilled one. You don't have to guess. But yeah. By mentor, John Travolta. So we wanted to surprise you. We didn't know it was going to come up this way. But. Sure. He's got his primary colors on what were the primary you. Guess what? Red blue with the the American arm primary primary colors about politics, red, blue and. I don't read or yellow great. Wow. Our listeners the educated actors. Can we do you would you date this profession? Yes. All right. Brew master. Brew master Abreu master. Yeah. Sorry. Did I not know? I was thinking broom master, and I wonder interesting as well Astor broom. So that means someone that makes craft beers craft beer craft beer, man. I don't know see from Williamsburg. No, okay. He's from Portland. Oh, that's better though. Right. Feel like they're kind of. Spent much time in Portland. Yeah. I mean the bat I would say, yeah. I don't know if there's any contingencies now. No. We're just easier way in. Brew master, probably someone. Cares about his craft. Sure. He should. Yeah. So yeah. Yeah. He's got a new like Halloween. I don't know a route AOL. Okay, parsnips. Yeah. It's it's like a gourd. It's fake. Gorey's committed snap bothering me. Good. I like I like it to what is committed me. What if he's not what if it's a hobby more than a money, making enterprise goes? Oh, that's well. I think people with hobbies I like that too. I don't really have any hobbies. So I think that's still so far. Yeah. But you're you're going to support him because he wants us to become a business one day. But oh, but right now, it's just a hobby. He's making it is in his kid. I will be supporting his hobby is his bencher. How else is he going to pay for it? All yeah. Yes. To pursues bashing that becomes an issue. I think he has to pursue with. If you like the beer, I mean, do you believe in believed in the product and he's mazing in bed. He can have fifteen dollars noting king. Yeah. I'm still okay. With the beers. Very good. The beer is bueller. Some pitzer MRs in there. The Gord Arene for Halloween. Okay. What about psychotherapist? Oh god. I don't think. So I don't think so. But he does a little bit of stand up on this. Definitely not frustrated standup largest no way, actually that would make it better. Like at least if he could laugh, I always feel like that. I would be like super patronizing like, you know, the whole like, babe. I know what you're stressed. And it's like, you fucking know me, dude, get the fuck off my back, and he's, but no remember when Linke I know, you're right. Like anyone telling me you're upset right now. Yeah. I wouldn't. I couldn't also as a stand up comic like open mic night. I don't either. It would be excruciating. No, he rehearses in his house. I'm saying no, you built a little platform in his basement. I would love that. Actually, that would be really I I've always had a dream of like an amphitheater where it would be forced people to perform. Yeah. Original material. So what do you say you want to come back over after today? Maybe would do. To put together five minutes. Okay. A professional poker player. Yeah. I would lie that was immediate. Because I I don't know that world seems really interesting to me why. Because they're they are that work, really hard. It's not just luck. And they're really calculate that mathematically like how much they can afford to win or lose per they make their good at poker. No. I one day. I was good. 'cause I one I was on that show a long time ago that celebrity poker show. I remember that show. Yeah. And I won the whole thing. One hundred grand for my Giardi, which is absurd because Booker player it wasn't mazing. And I was terrified the whole time. And I just strictly played by the rules, but it's hard fun to make your living doing that seems like I don't know. It's just kind of fringy part of the society, which is interesting to me. I just wonder if like somebody who's very skilled at maintaining a facial expression that you. Can't read to me. That's just be you wouldn't find them trustworthy. I don't know. But what if you don't find anyone trustworthy anyway? Yes. So that's not a pro. I'm gonna have issues or anything. Okay. What about a truck driver that seems like a very stationary job? I'm not what do you mean? They don't get to move around very much owing their bodies. Oh, no. But here's the thing. He works out at every rest stop where is that code for something? He's super sexy. Okay. It's like, you know, I don't know Kurt Russell. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause you all the time. Yes. I don't know. Maybe maybe I can go with him. Sometimes actually, I was gonna say maybe he's a good enough love or that. You're like fuck Hollywood. I'm gonna go with you. And especially if he's got a trick out those thing where they have like, yeah. Yup. We could go to like mount Rushmore. Yep. Oh, he loves it. He loves president made of stone. So do I since. Yes to everybody. Am I like so so? Shrink. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Listen, you're truck man, maybe familiar with a couple of I dunno whore houses in Nevada, but it's not a big deal because a second cousin works there. So why is that how does that that? I'm just saying just didn't the second. Cousin? Do the second. Cousin? She's a prostitute heads in that who who you hires? Second cousin. No, no, no, no. Hells you. Oh, you know. It's like, oh, we gotta swing by here. Because because I'm visiting. Like homemade jam out of like, Bingol, berries or something. Lose your house. Just in him expects it like everything's giving instead of using cranberries LC's, bingo berry. Jan. Yeah. And so he's like, babe. Here's we've gotta do. We gotta just make a quick dry. I have to say, no, then the pussy, willow. Have you ever been to one of those I ever been like in Nevada that kinda no to like that you've been there? Tell me about I have. Why were you there? What are you talking about? I was very m still very interested in making some sort of peace about Heidi Fleiss. I'm really kind of very interested in her life. But you're young, but do member ID for saying that, but yes, I do I have a lot of thoughts about this. But go on it will she did this other thing. I I don't mean when she was young when it all happened. But she was she was sort of in her mid forties. She tried to open a brothel for women a stud farm that male prostitutes that women would come to and they made a documentary about her trying to open the stud farm, and it didn't really work out. But I thought it was a fascinating story. So I I met Heidi to try to talk to her about possibly like getting the rights to try to do the love that idea. Yeah. And so she lives in about an hour half outside of Las Vegas went to visit her and she's like an animal activists. Now, she has like she rescues parrots giant parrots from people that abuse him. She's amazing that seems like a very loud household food. You can't even imagine. It's like the show. Freaking. I don't know. How she does it. I mean, I don't know how she lived because they all live in the house with her. It's crazy, but she's very passionate because the birds live to be like eighty so being them, and then die and the birds are stuck in a cage. And so she's very passionate about it. But she knows still a lot of players in that area. And she was like, do you wanna see I think we went to the chore? I think we went to we went to a one broth old their friend of hers ran, and how did it feel to you like it is Elsa a little harder than it's it's not a glamorous. I don't want to make anybody feel better. They do for. It's it's rough. It's rough. I was thinking recently that that we should legalize prostitution. It might be better for the women. I know that's as a Edano, and I guess it's like a long complicated conversation, but the morality shaming heels counterproductive to actual problems. Yeah. Yeah. So it was just in a lot of younger. It's just not. I don't wanna be a come all serious during this. But it's not it's not a place you want to hang out in or I would wanna hang out. Everyone's very nice. It's just you know, they're double wide trailers strung together. Yes. Sorry. I love Heidi moving, and she doesn't do that anymore. Kurds. But anyway, this is a longer conversation between us as well. But there's like anytime, I think you're in an industry where you feel like a small business within oneself. There's a degree of sort of selling. Icy icy the combined. Yes. Is it? It's like, right. If you pulled everything apart and sort of really yet. Yeah. Okay. What about this a restaurant manager? I think that they work all the time. Right yet. I haven't parentheses here very long hours. And I feel like when I was a waitress in eighties that all had. Somewhat of drug. Every manager. I. I don't know. That'd be the. So then you just need to go into entertainment, decide to go into entertainment. But yeah, I think restaurant works really hard. I think you know, all all these questions are silly. But also dependent on specific personality. But can I ask you then a challenge? What would a profession be that you would date? We'll be your ideal. Profession. I know. I don't I tend not to think like that too much because it's sort of like if I like someone it's just I like them, do you know what I mean? I don't I don't I. Yeah. Generally thinking this box in this box needs to be checked on like me, really. So what professions? Do you like well, actor there's only one I think that successful which is a man who builds canoes. By himself. On a lake. That sounds perfect like that too. He makes an awesome bisons. It was just going to say his abo- hunter eats. What he kills and it's total ethical slaughter. Any builds doesn't talk a lot. Fire. You can get him to open up. Use like you. I've never loved anyone like you. And like, oh my God your body. So so hot. Maybe you've never seen a body before. But God, thank you. Yeah. Well, there you go. Yeah. That's okay. That's all take that one. The canoe builder canoe builder. None of it, which is a new territory, it's not new anymore. But I guess like a new territory will relative what's a new territory law then of it in in its in northwestern Canada. Oh, none of it. Really? Yeah. No, none of it. Anyway, truck drivers going to drop you off on his way to Anchorage little does. He know he made a baby made up big wrong. Turn canoe builder. Tries right there at the one store. I supply. I volunteered increase at a refugee camp last summer Ida to did you know? Sounds good. She. It's not. I'm not good. But it was really did you perform monologues? We did put on a play though, did that's amazing. They must've loved that residents. Did it so patronizing like, but I would imagine like entertain it's incredibly born. There's nothing to to there. They can't go anywhere. They're not. They don't. They can't moot. Leave there. Do you know what I do? And they're just waiting to get cleared or not or get sent home. I mean, all these people are just we're all the same. But I went with a bunch of theater people from New York, and we cast the residents the community in the play. Yeah. And there's music and dance. And the residents came to see it. It was really great. It was it was literally graded you. It was the tempest very very short down. It was about thirty five minutes long. We made the Shakespeare until little bit more colloquial English, and then translated that into Arabic. So is done in Arabic. It was really beautiful. It was great. I'm gonna go back again next. Really? Yeah. You want a yes, I do what should we put on August September? I don't know. Let's do anything goes. Music Dake may back demand. Had what maybe meet idea? I don't know. We'll be kinda fun. Let's do some tap dancing or Cynthia. Pancer there. We have choreographer composer. But the thing I met lots of interesting people who do that kind of work. Oh, those people are kind of really interested yet, the nonprofit, the nonprofit or or even your job, you know, working for NGO. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Sexy. That's sexy to me. It's xia. Yep. So that there's a that's a box turtle. Terkel? On. We're gonna talk about twenty three and me out. Are you familiar with twenty three and me? It's the personal genetic service. That helps you understand what your DNA can tell you about you and your family story. It's fast. It is fascinating. We we have a fried Twenty-three. We'll Twenty-three exactly twenty three. Look at you. Sayi-? I mean, there's a DNA family relative finder. The you know, you could just do so many things you can find out, and it's really easy to do in me Twenty-three in me and at twenty three and you note three and. You simply spitting into two provided in your twenty three and me kit. Register your sample to your personal Twenty-three and account and in a few weeks receive your personalized online reports we're gonna I think. 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Apology accepted moving on. Allison saving today. Welcome. All right. So we are ready for calls. Now, we're going to start by calling. Amanda, go ahead and dial her and Amanda is in Chicago, and she's thirty. Hello. Hey, manda. Hi. Hi, amanda. Hi, it's more Tirrenia sitting. More. Sorry. Hey, amanda. Thanks so much for doing this. Yeah. Of course, thanks for answering it so Amanda, there's a situation happening with your husband and his siblings. Explain everything to us and tell us what's going on. Yeah. For sure I mean, it it's not a huge deal. But it's something enough that had just been on my mind since it happened but about a week ago. My husband came up to me and wanted to know if it would be okay, if you could plan a trip with his brother and sister they wanted to go to Iceland for like a week. So I said, of course, go I think it's important that, you know, siblings hang out together. So I said, yes, that's fine. And then just add to the story we have a one and a half year old at home. And then I'm pregnant again in order to in January. So the whole plan was his. Mom was going to take off that week they'll win. And then she was going to stay with me and the kids at home just so I had some help for that week. And then the constellation was that I would get my own vacation wherever I wanted like without him without like go wherever wanted with whoever. So that was the whole plan, and it was fine, and then brings over and they were planning it and about together tickets, and then I come to find out that while his brother was bringing his girlfriend and his sisters bringing her boyfriend. So it's not a sibling strip anymore. They already got their tickets. Even if I wanted to go couldn't because it's way too soon for me to go anywhere after just giving birth. So yeah, that's kind of the big issue. And then I brought it up after they had left. I was just going to stewing over it after I heard them talking about it. And I just brought up to my husband that still you know, so much for a sibling strip at this point. And then he overreacted, and of course, got all dramatic and was like, what am I going to go any more? You know, you're making me feel guilty which I didn't make him feel guilty. I think that was just his own guilty conscience coming out at that point. So, you know, like, we argued about it for a couple of days, and I more upset about the fact that I just blatantly wasn't included almost and then I got to get more angry that he didn't understand. Why was upset? Why was mad that everybody else was going now? But me. So I mean at this point kind of gotten over it. But I'm still mad about Amanda. Okay. First of all, I completely understand. Right. Okay. Yes. Oh, my. Why was being knowing? Nope. No, no. And I'm not advocating more confrontation necessarily. But I do want you to think about okay, are you close with either of his siblings? Yeah. I am. But both of them, obviously, more so his sister. But so who do you think instigated this idea, you know, I know I almost I was mad at my husband. I we're not speaking up and being like, hey, you know, man does not going. Maybe maybe we shouldn't invite everybody else. No men. No offense semi. I could sometimes be clueless. And that just, you know, not think of that. Then I thought well, maybe sister would be like, hey, she's not going. Why are we all doing this? So yeah, I don't know who instigated will not I I don't I'm not advocating that you explore that necessarily. But I do think. Yeah. Not to add gasoline to the fire a little bit of your emotions. But I think it's I think it's pretty fucking inappropriate. Like, I. It's kinda crappy in what why slim is there like a is there an argument for sort of a family heritage thing or has your husband always dreamed of going to Iceland or did the siblings or we went before like a couple of years ago. So you just wanted to go back, and he has more of a personality where he's always itching to go somewhere where I'm, you know, more content just hanging out. But that's not to say that. I don't wanna go places do and we do. But what is your husband? Do. You don't have to tell us. Exactly does he yet. No. He's he works at Starbucks manager. All right in the the reason why ask because I just don't want to if there's like an income issue or whatever. But I think that maybe you have to tell him your husband's like, listen, I want you to be able to to explore the world. I want to explore the world. You have to understand that this trip will. Be something that that will just be hard for me to get over and forgive you for because I'm in, you know, like I'm pregnant, and I want to do these things too. I desperately want to do them. And I did I told him that like almost almost exactly will because he doesn't want to get it stinks. Strange. This is strange that any man, I just went through this whole pregnancy. I mean any man that would want to leave his wife right now. I mean, just doesn't make his excuses. I will leave you because he'll be March Bill, whatever my mom's going to do whatever. Whatever his bullshit. Isn't that? Sorry. I don't mean to get all passionate, but due to because I do think this is bullshit. I think that I worry that he right now probably just like you. But in a different way because your body is like physically trapped, but I worry that he's feeling like what else is out there and not necessarily in terms of cheating or anything like that. But to not have the maturity to view this time as particularly vulnerable time in your marriage and in your life is disconcerting to me. I don't like it and fuck stick. There's two things that play right now. There's the fact that he'd be leaving his wife was pregnant with the. She's she'll Asia because they're going to March. Right. But still she's still. Yeah. I mean, it's still the fact that she's like, you said fun of planning a trip, and knowing that you I mean, that's really fun to plan a trip. Amanda has to listen to the be all excited about it while her is lake harvesting, and then siblings, of course, bringing their significant others. So the fact that he doesn't understand that that this isn't make any sense that doesn't compute with me at all. I don't think even if they didn't it wouldn't give you with me. How was your relationship and otherwise with him? I mean, it's great. Yeah. There's I mean, it's fine. It's perfect. There's really no major issues aside, you know, your normal everyday kind of stuff Why's it so important for him to go on the siblings trip right now. Like, I said, I know he always gets its nuance to go somewhere, and that's fine. But I don't why it had to be in March. I don't know probably because that's my flight search IPE est because it's off season. I don't like that. He gets a free pass with this caveat of like will you can go wherever. Do you want for week by yourself? It's like first of all that's probably never going to happen. Second know, it'd be helping. Exactly it's like in that like his Excu. And it's like come on, dude. Of course, you know, that that's not gonna happen. So that's what you dangle. That thing. Like, do you really think you can take care of the two kids for a week way? I'll go to fucking Hollywood. Visit my new best friend on a ferris. Gladly right. That's a sweet revenge. Fuck. Yeah. Dude. No, I'm sorry. I don't mean to like stoke anger tonight. They know why do they get? I think everything you're saying is right. Well, because you're a mother, so I'm not so I don't know that. Yeah. I mean, my only question like right now where we kind of standards we both kinda gotten past it. But I know they're obviously they're going to be planning the rest of their trip, and I'm gonna be in the room. And I'm just waiting for someone to be like, oh, why are you going? Do. I bring it up again. No, you know to his sister-in-law. I I'm not one for confrontation anyway. So for me to even telling him about it and make it just be deal. That already was like I'd hate to bring that up again. But I feel like I'm just so ticked off about it still that I might just be like, well, I'd say something really stupid don't. Yeah. No. I think he keep your car. Goes to your chest a little bit because I bet that they've all talked about it and your husband while he he may be a fantastic guy has probably said like, oh, yeah. We'll mandate comes. So, you know, don't really ask her about it or whatever. But she's cool. She's cool. She told me she's cooled it and. And so they probably, you know, they're making a conscious effort to not be like, oh, why aren't you going because they already they already know? It's all about timing. And and calm discussion. If I think it was more, oh, you were going to ask a question that was probably more relevant. No. I don't know. If it was. I was only ask what is the relationship with siblings? Does he get sort of bullied by them or push? But maybe it was supposed to be a siblings trip in one of the siblings. I'm bringing my wife, and then there was like does he is he able to? That's what I wanna know about the who instigated the two right is able to say, well, no, that's not the deal. You guys can't lick. What's their family dynamic? No. Yeah. Definitely not. I mean because he's the oldest one. So he's kind of the ringleader. Forget it. So yeah, definitely not. 'cause they kinda, you know, follow what he would say anyways, regardless. So yeah, I think you are you are you close with his mom. I am. Yeah. And that's why his mom was like, well, we'll we'll go on around trips. You know, I would be totally fine with because I I love my mother-in-law. I would use her as a resource with this. Because she I would like take out to lunch if you can or just like request, some alone time with her and just Intel her like, the, you know, I know like just what you said like, I really wanna respect like siblings being able to be together and everything and I understand the importance of that. And I know you raised such incredible kids, and they're in a one respect close. They are. But, but you know, as a mom, you must know that. Of course, it sort of hurts my feelings, and of course, I I I want I want to feel included. So will you help help me with this like how do I how do I not resent him? And you know, and if you're calm and rational and ask for her device that will go a long way with her. And she kind of has my same personality where we're both. Kind of you know, I don't wanna say meeker, but more calm in general. They think she would understand that. Make me feel. Yeah. Weird about it and yet kit because I think that even like the argument of like you get some free week by yourself. That also feels like you'd wanna be with me. Yeah. 'cause I I would I would want to go with other people. I mean, you know, what I mean, it would just be fun to experience that with all of them though. This is this is all on your husband at this point. It's completely. He needs to understand that it's probably not. It's definitely not the right move to leave right now. And I can understand where he's coming from the standpoint of he wants to go on a trip with his siblings. His siblings wanna take their to thinking there is because they want to go on this amazing trip to Iceland together. And he understands that he has a kid at home and another one on the way, so someone to take care of everything happening at home. So it's a selfish move on his part, that's selfish complete should examine that and say, look, I can't have everything. And right now, the move is to be with my wife at home. But here's the problem. Let the siblings, and it cannot be the messenger on this. It either has to be like you and I- sim. Listen to this pod. Cast. Yeah. Yeah. Or or his mission? It's true. Because this is scarring move. You are going to be feeling a separately vulnerable at during that time after you just had a baby, and they're going to be whatever fucking Instagram there. Whatever themselves in like a hot. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna wanna hear anything about it. And I don't wanna be salty about it either. And I am telling you release will lingo where ask year. I'll be pissed ex and being. And it will last for years. So your husband really has to examine this choice. I would be mad for a long long seriously just play this podcast back from seriously. Yeah. Maybe a few times firm, truly because you are if he gets it then I don't mean to disparage him or anything, but he's he's not taking into consideration the long game. That's you in that your family and completely understand the desire to travel as do you? As does everyone into like, get out and escape our lives for a minute. If we get tune in hang out with our fun siblings, or whatever. But really the timing could not be worse. And he needs to know that. And I do think if you know if you do play the podcast back for him. I would love I'd love to talk with him. I'll will be gentle. But let's get. Let's get show. Yeah. Conversation with him. Listen to a couple of things use your mother-in-law's ally. And don't let him make you feel guilty for making him feel guilty. You know what I'm saying? Like like, that's a that's an easy tactic that the people do sometimes I was gonna say men, but then broaden out whatever. But that that it's like it's like it's such an easy turn in to to make somebody feel like shit when they're bringing up a pretty reasonable point. So MandA, I don't know. But I love you. And thank you for calling. Amanda, thank you so much. I know I know I know I love the preface it by saying that this is seems like a frivolous problem. But it's not it's not this is like this is you beer, pulling all the weight here. But I don't know how fundable tickets are. But maybe it's like, dude, let's take me on a baby moon to Hawaii with the refund. I don't know. I mean, maybe that's a little drastic to suggest right now. But all elements of your relationship should be examined. And I just want you to protect your heart. So applaud you for prepping, and amazing mom, and I appreciate all on your side. On your side of your Amanda, you're in the right here. And if you want to talk to honestly, I would love to talk to them get him on the phone to him. Yeah. I I'll let you know, you've Willie. We're going to be really nice. I will be really. Yes, I promise that probably. Man. I love you. Thank you. Thank you guys. Appreciate it behind graduations on your baby by. Thank you. By all, right. That's something. I don't know if I'm to proud. I dunno. It's code. I couldn't I I wouldn't be able to get over the I think she's asking a lot of herself to just forgive it and move on and listen to them plan, and I'm really liked that. For me. It's completely obvious because it's like, oh, my mom because of all the it's like, my mom help helper out like, yes, she can't go. What's the week? And this is like my opportunity knows what they're dynamic is. Maybe it's like that. All the time. I asked her relationship wise, grace shoe. That's true. That's true. That's true. I know I just think it's trying to be like a Saint, and she's probably going to be pissed. I would wouldn't you. It'd be like like in twelve years from now. I'd be like, yeah. I sling do not bring up any country north of the equator. Let's call Michelle and do not bring up your brother or your sister, or your friend who it's to me show is in Portland, and she's thirty one. Remember, my high school of went to Idaho on vacation. Fucking shit, Michelle. I'm show them. How are you doing well on a, hey, Michelle? It's on a Ana how are you? I'm great. And we're here with Mara Turney Tierney. I. Oh god. Michelle, I been fucking this up all day actually has no idea. She's sitting next. I'm really getting people say my name tourney all the time, Terry. It's it's tyranny. But people say Turney, it's I'm so sorry. Are you try it him more tyranny? It's not that difficult. It's a little difficult. Michelle. Michelle, tell us was going on with this guy that you met. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. It's kind of an Instagram getting questioned there's a guy who I knew from high school who I was kind of acquaintance with and it notes, you all, but, you know, always kind of cute, and we've now followed other on social media kind of pot up our recently back and forth. You know, he reached out that we should hang out after my phone number, but his kind of been like very slow moving in like actually making a move. So he'll like send a message. But then like, wait two weeks, and you know, then after my number and weight like another two weeks, actually, text me, and it hasn't gone anywhere. So I'm just kind of thinking about how long I should like give him to pursue me. Or if I just like move on and not worry about it. Who what do you mean? I mean, I think the I think that my gut reaction is that you should move on. But what do you what attracted you to him? Actually, like knowing his background, and knowing we come from families, more backgrounds and values had more interests. And then just like attraction, do you think that he's in a relationship? And that's why he's been kind of avoided thinking about that. I was wondering if like yeah interested, but it's a send like. Slow-moving? Can you tell us what he wrote to you? We'll try and decipher what he texted. Like this. I responded with posted a concert that he went to the band that. I like throw like looks like jealous with a little heart. And he wrote that it was so good like where have you been? And then we should hang out the I'd love to hang out. And then he waited like a week, and then Australia number, and then waited like two week before he texted, and it was like in the middle of the night. Like, it just it didn't feel like he was like serious about it. What does he do? And he's in the area. You don't have to tell me what he does. But he's in the area. Michelle. Maybe he called her. And she. Yeah. Maybe call Michelle back later or we just thinking without her. Yeah. Well, I think that it could be somebody that's pretending to be this, dude. No. It's not on. Why? It's just this dude. Who's probably dating other girls paid? She needs to just move on and realize that this guy is just feeling things out. Maybe the girl that he was eating at the time a week ago style, he stopped dating. So then she out to see if he's available swiping online on Tinder, I hate it. When guys go under the assumption of like this stupid volleying text like what's up? It's like you're putting the ball in. Right. Mike court. Well, not mine, but. Since. But, but but that we get that a lot from collars that it's like what do we do when the questions are? So fucking vague that it's like, well, I don't know your g want me to text you like I would like to suck your dick tonight. Like what the fuck the dialogue is too vague. It leaves the empowered party completely empowered UBS. Everybody's sort of a frayed too. I think or a lot of people are. But I do think that there's like this communication over sort of social media, and texting that it doesn't feel fair. It's like not even playing yields in this situation. He needs to either suck up and ask her out or and she just needs to move on. She should already have moved on at this one week in between everything he she gave she gave him her number eight. And he never Dr point. It's like, you know, what at that point. Why would? Do you ever want to be with a guy? That's I would say for. She should as well. Yeah. This guy's not worth their time. Simple as that. She should say, do you wanna hang out eat it? Right. The initiative or just forgot to ask that she was gonna ask if she should she ask him out. And this point I don't think she I don't think this guy is not worth her. She's already like not not worth the time. And Michelle already knows that. That's why she's probably calling this. Honestly, some people are new to online dating, and they don't really understand sometimes the protocol anything about it. But the one week or two weeks between Texas way too long sometimes like the lure of and this is a little bit of a tangent. But the lure of somebody who is kind of unavailable. But yet dangles like a little bit of bait here, and there makes them more attractive in one's own fantasy than they actually are. So you kinda get emotionally tangled up in something without actually having anything. They are. Yeah. Your feelings are already hurt without actually knowing this person. Yeah. I was going to disagree. But you're right. Yeah. Exactly. Usually. Me be cute over here. So final advice for Michelle is too. Yeah. Don't text him again. Don't take some again. Okay. No. And if you grew. Yes, welcome by. Yeah. Yeah. And even if he does I don't respond, and he. Yeah, it's not. But but also recognize that if you do if your feelings are a little bit hurt because of the lack of communication understand that it's probably has nothing to really to do with who he is as a person, it's just sort of the lame communication own. Anyway, I love you, Michelle. And I love you listeners. We're gonna plug all over stuff. Oh, yeah. Shit. Oh, I'm really bad at that stuff. It's okay. Don't worry about beautiful boy never done. Never done. Do you like it? I do I like this one. Sort of chill. The total reason people way. At least I will eat. So a beautiful boys is I saw the trailer. And I. It looks incredible. It's a beautiful film. Let's in Stephen TIMMY, or mazing Amy Ryan, very sad. But it's it's kind of helpful movie. But it's all about. Drug addiction thinking more so much more think you.
Will Hatton: The Broke Backpacker
"You want to make money and travel at the same time. Then stay right there. We'll show you how to do it. There were nomads. podcast bonus episode here amazing nomads serving Orleans stories and experience before travelling. Hi Kim and fill with you. And speaking of people sharing their knowledge l.. Amazing I met. This episode is will hadn't better nine nine as the broke backpacker. The break backpacker is a travel blog about off the beaten path travel destinations and as its founder. We'll Hatton his living the life of vs dreams earning money while he travel. Yeah in this episode. We'll shares with us. How he can passively and money? Thanks in part due to the affiliate partnership he has with world and I meant among other companies which you hear about but let's kick off and learn more about. His amazing journey has been a pretty amazing Janney site for I started the traveling about ten years ago and I was traveling no money whatsoever which hiking anyway camping sleeping rough working on bombs and things like that. It was a great right great experience but now on I kinda moved into a different stage Running money online whilst I travel on building a wholesome Bali so there's a lot of exciting things happening. What was the moment when he went? Akande this on the smell of the northern rag anymore. What changed to be honest? I I would post it you happy with the way that I was traveling but I met my wife about three years ago while hitchhiking across the Ron and A couple of hundred bucks a month that I was making strong my tiny time though blog was not enough to deigned to pin pool but it just men had to change the game and learn how to actually build an online business which could make Apache being calm. Raleigh Dan You know how to sell my time and money which which didn't seem like a sustainable choice. What is an affiliate? How does it work? An affiliate is somebody who affects me. Helps make the connection between a customer and the company providing a proctor service so the largest affiliate coming world the most famous one is the Amazon program. The weight out works is you might be talking. Best Coffee Mug. And then you're GonNa land by best coffee mugs reviewed fight and I'm GonNa have broken down to. She's a big coffee Mug for you and then I'm going to direct US Amazon web. Keep her. She's anything from Amazon within the time period of the tracking tracking cookie which is normally thirty days for one day. I will get a commission kickback for Phil Tasting. That failed. Do you ever get people that sort of silos Tiles suggest only. Why should I be funding? You'll trips but really I mean the reason was different in a little bit different ways to try and make money any online. And there's a there's a lot of different strategies out that on my life strategy is to on the questions that people talking to Giggle right so Y- people are putting in these sets queries and I'm providing the most informative on she's brought on the I'm told position front page to be search queries and I'm fine with that approach. versus for example facebook ads or pop. So something that a lot more obtrusive. Something huge on the Internet. I think when people can quite naturally get a case that they are being served these Thousand Tears time than it with a lot more fouled that we're like hey either loading information and if you WANNA buy insurance and he won a book a hostile if you WANNA if Hamas you'll camping br recommend there's a skill involved in this in some way are rather I imagine do we do you have to go down that. Seo Keywords rabbit hole or do you think this is something that anybody can pick up an and Simon here. I think definitely another different ways to do it. Ah the end of the day. If you don't have traffic or you know people landing on your webpage you haven't really got anything on pure Seo. I don't do anything on Social Media interest me anything to glad do very very we email marketing Actually canteen dairy intimidating. It's actually a little easier than well. It's not it's not easy to do well but you collins of standard and it's a lot easier and a lot of people think I'm completely self taught. Cool is free reading books doing experiments watching Youtube video editing. This is something you can keep doing for a long time is sustainable dot the very question question. Two at the moment we are building Hostile in Bali. You know have a dead and this is where I'm now trying to pivot to creating other businesses businesses and other revenue streams and things. I'm really excited about. Also cray saint a backpack made recycled ocean plastic. We have our own I'm products that. We're developing. I'm but the thing is the site that I go. It's absolutely matic that the game does change pretty regularly relief. I was GonNa say this site is going to be running and twentieth time. I really have no idea however I am sure that I can make enough money next committee for five years to be able to run everything else for the foreseeable future. Actually feel you had a really good question but That was a really good. They have this thing about when we high five each other winds up so you get tonight a really good point you came in into the blogging spice at a time when not every man and his dog as the saying goes was doing it. What's next? Thanks for bloggers in the next ten to fifteen years. How do you say the spice evolving? I think they'll be a ton of evolution in next year's I I think ten to fifteen years. His two young parents couldn't question but in the next three to five years to things that are going to happen with us is that Google is going to change algorithm even site a Patriot a lot. More voice search dies going to compete each change. How information is served people who are searching for it? And secondly is he's more and more bloggers will continue to into the video space which which is a good thing to do from a future proofing business because Google is also now starting starting to ties Video results in search results. I know the future of looking like I think not and blogger. Who wants to build a big business? Needs to focus on putting out 'cause he content and really sticking to not mediums ECON. Everything could try and keep facebook instagram twitter writing blog posts crates. And she or you're GonNa do is cry very weak content. I think is Becker to choose as your favorite one or two meetings and just focus on excelling knows teen to affiliate marketing gains from time to time. You realize it's my job here. I'm one of the things I find interested in your take on this. It's a lot of affiliate. Marketing is about teaching other people to do with marketing. Thing which I think is an indication that that's quite a underdeveloped industry on a North think there's potential for to move beyond aiding time tile if you know what I mean take it away and sort of feel mining really starting to Tyco footy. Reckon I think that people who are sending Coups or resources on how to you make money from affiliate marketing qualified to teach how to make money from affiliate marketing. Because they all I mean I know people who make the millions of dollars for marketing and those people cutting that keeping the now squat concern would do in that situation right The people who are the loudest myspace sites and the people who are trying to sell the most expensive borrow up-to-date resort each. We were talking about So he's a big unloaded. Recall out out that. Is that a lot of high end bogus shell. Her nine lives out attempting to sell some Pozo in the people who want to learn how to make money online to to say millions a month you can. We live John. This is all this talk to be on this ice to play this game with my brother. We're getting getting down and sit on him. He used to do it to me. Hey you get me down and sit on the pretend to spin until I spilled. The answer was in the cabin. We we could keep city on spitting on we got. We'll fly to Bali non-issue. We'll once she get this. Let's get this project up and running again a remind hands on if we would call you and say six expansive whatever. The time line is for it to be finished up in establishing would you be out to answer questions about it or would you be handling his to somebody else. You're going to be hands on the way too. I work is ongoing doc in both in nine different projects now I know way too. I work if I always choose a partner and then I do. The strategy are usually provide mice. Funding Democracy. Doc seem onto the branding and the post is food from the ground. So I got a fifty fifty partner in this hostile and day out of person on site every day But I will definitely me be available to answer questions. Drink Day Virginity branding was a marketing making. Sure it's one hundred percent conduct station in my role Say Yes come join then for your name yet Yeah Yeah so the name of the chain. Because you're tying Jane. Several of them is tribal. Hostels I'm Bitcoin is tribal Peron. which is the area in Bali where it's what we're talking about? You Know Crystal Ball gazing toying about the future. What what do you think the future of travel? It's kind of like in the next few years as well. There's a bit of pressure on at the moment. You know flight shame. And what have you this. The sound sound pressure on the year often wastefulness of it. Well how do you feel about that. I really good question. I think now actually new generation of breath coming up through the ranks now do more about Climate and the environment and Having more of an authentic travel experience so the meaning that you are getting countries like Iran Pakistan Kirghistan biking. When I was probably around these types is four five years ago? I thought there was nothing Derek but now places like that are becoming more and more popular. Because there's less people that they can get off the beaten track can have these foursome Experiences which you know ten years ago it was standard to travel. You could go anywhere and you'd have these genuine interaction local. Can you get a chance to so called Paul's the coach but it isn't like that now because people when they travel to stay behind it funds the whole time in more than instagram. What's going on when actually diving into an experiencing and I think that's really sad but I do think that Luckily people are starting to take an interest in stepping away from that cholera travel. I'm going to crisis like Pakistan or wrong bitch. Cultures where you can have these amazing experiences and Maltby surrounded by thousands packers about condoms. So it's a question. Does the curiously lady from Iran linked in with me and Checked out a profile. She runs a To accompany for females is to Iran. And I'm now following here on instagram and that place looks stunning. Awesome absolutely yours. Connor Committee it also also funnily enough I think he probably is safest countries of the feels very very safe and anybody type. I mean very rarely anything that goes rolling in Iran. It's Very take place especially when you compare it addresses The Middle East and I mean it. It's like satistics excited states. It saving in Europe. You're more likely to get run over the state so we're Iran And it's just. It's just out. He'd beautiful place is incredible hospitality. And so much gary landscapes. I'll be honest when I when I was quite an was expecting that to be like lots of signs and look timers are single Kamel being taught Komo. I've never seen a camera in Iran but there is junk. Food is mountains and epic coastline Epic Beach Aids look summation the nation is very very cool very diverse country. It's not as strict as it used to be much more relaxed. Yes pretty interesting. Thing about one is the government which oversee dictatorship. He's pretty strict but he The people are from the most liberal talknet and Iranian educated open to discussing ideas and in a lot of life pretty westernized just like most of the interactions and compensation ten perhaps and behind closed doors. Robert now industry. How did he get into? What was my first trip? I was Nineteen and I ran out and US Central America and then company injured myself and spent About three weeks in hospital. We're GONNA have more leg amputated. Luckily I had travel insurance Bills College. Yeah and then. I ended up spending about a year recovering from what could be p recovery. Dodd means that what what that meant waste. We've kind of had this whole Life being tone its head experience and I wasn't really sure I wanted to do my life anymore. I was GONNA join the army that instead once I was able to hitchhike India and I spent a couple years. They're unchecked writing bright for the BBC On for a bunch of publications and it just kind of richer narrative. How did he injure yourself? I was tracking hours trekking through the jungle in Costa Rica. And I ended up A. It's a very soon cut in my which I ignored which was foolish and Two two days later because I had continued to ignore it. I A- seriously bide infection then moved into my bloodstream. It's my lymph nodes. My holiday was a complete mess but not took people travelling because but people are traveling. That was how I ended up traveling a long time because I wasn't sure why I wanted to my life and I found that when I was on the right I had the opportunity to To experiment give different different personalities. Different types how I wanted take my life what was important to me explore. Different values meet new people experience. Different coaches the me whilst I was traveling and that was the greatest bouts of personal development heights I thought it was really awesome opportunity to get out there and meet New People who've seen points of view and I suppose for relaxes a Cliche to find oneself. So that was why probably selling we. I look forward to testing. That volley Halston with you. Yes sure detonate down out uniting and say this tonight Matt car working hostile to the whole of the Florida what are you can plan nooks and crannies amazing amazing for complete the wheel mkx destiny which in the end up using an offline applauding. You may get a free drink. That's not drink soda. That's right Greensboro. We're on the way up the Iran. Now we're GONNA set up the podcast you play. I'm here coming down. Well we made justice oster. That will seriously I lied to the brokeback back. In show nights with the chiefs and details on tribal hostels and wills plan to use recycled. Plastic says key components construction in fact. If it's not on his side Phil I'm GonNa go so far as to say it's with now. I can't believe how much money some of these guys on I am a kitchen getting. I look out. We'll also have linked to AL partner program way you can try and do what will has done well and next episode. We're going to explore Jordan. Odin say they offer now. I'm amazing. 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Letting It Go |060
"Welcome to shades of intimacy the podcast. I'm here with my wife Janney Jenny Jessica song for you is the topic. I do not have a song sing it. No, no, say at least let it go. So the topic is when to let go relationship, and here's a really funny piece. I'm sitting here thinking to myself or is that spice sound familiar? Song Jenny started singing it Manley, turn the podcast on. And she's shut up went silent. That's right. Yep. Yep. Not feeling too wanna be seen. She actually really saying. Can you? I can this is not gonna gonna. I for one I'm disappointed. And I know there are thousands of people out there. Thousands disappointed. Maybe some other time we could do we could do shades of intimacy the musical time. Yeah. That would be fun for us. I don't think it'd be fun for anybody else. But it'd be fun for us. Okay. Be fun for me. Yeah. If it was like one of those musicals Sweeney Todd about all the bloodletting. I do that. That can be done. Yeah. Yeah. We do like shades of intimacy a dirty musical a'dirty. Be awesome. I already have ideas. Yeah. I think the podcast just changed. Maybe once a year, we'll do shades of intimacy the dirty musical. Now, I am excited. I actually thinking about that. One of the members of our family saying, oh, yeah. We have Christmas gatherings, and we'll sing songs, and I'm not gonna name her name. But she sings a very dirty version of a very well known beloved Disney. Oh, yeah. It's awesome. It's so awesome. It is awesome. Okay. Everybody. So let letting go into relationship. And how how to do it? Right. And how did it wrong? Uh-huh. So tell you story, this is real fun. Was number of years ago you and I were together and. We went up to for Dr and went up to Park City. I believe and we went for a hike up. The it was summer so grassy who's warm and was desolate. There was no skiers. It was grassy and desolate. Feeling desolate in the a lot of heavy energy. And you saying. I don't know. Jason. I don't know if I fit here with you. And the kids I feel like a. Square peg in around whole. Yeah. And. So let's back up. Rewind the story and my first marriage, my life had problems addictions. So she was always taking off taking off, and it was tough for me and the kids, right? And there was a quality and energy of get back here. Hold onto her. Then, sir. Maybe even manipulate her. What you can't get her. Stay get her to stay. It was. I mean, I don't know. I wasn't there. But what you're describing to me sounds like there was a lot of fear there. Oh, yeah. It was very it was driven from here and not and just to make the story actually make sense the fear was actually founded because when she did leave the last time, and I did let her go. She ended up dying. Right. So there was there was some there was some fear right there. That was actually founded in facts that we were worried we might lose her. If we didn't go get her and manipulated her and keep her safe. But to anyone out there who has been in a situation like that where you're trying to keep someone. It works either way keep someone sober or keep someone here loving you. When they really don't right either way, you know, that that becomes a type of hell like it's just a world of hell, it's heavy. It's manipulative. You do stupid things that you're not proud of to get them to stay. And half of it's because you're afraid they're going to go out and hurt themselves. But the other half is let's be honest. You are frayed of being left. Yeah. Yeah. Right. So I have a little bit of the cling to me, right? I have a history of it because I've been living in this situation and this beautiful ladies weeps into my life. Her name is Jenny. It is I told the story. So you can go back in the podcast and see how we came together. And how I emptied the house and everything came in. Then there was this moment when you we were struggling, and you didn't know whether to stay or not and you brought it up. I shouldn't. I don't know if I should be here. And and to be I mean, by that point I had moved in. Yes, I was living together. You know, it wasn't like we were just still kind of dating. And I'd located Jenny is the house. She's in the house. Yeah. All my animals, me your animal and animal the dog. Oh, you forgot had cats that you're trying to still my boo dog. If you watch the very first episode of this podcast ever watch it though that'd be weird. Stare at the screen on your phone stare at it. What are they doing? So here we going, and she's still my dog, boo. But anyways, you should go. Listen about how she's still my dog might outgoing had to chase her down on the freeway. So she comes to me. She's all upset you could tell there's this heavy energy. And she says, I don't know if it here. And there was an interesting spirits. I had I got to stop. And so the immediate reaction when anyone is telling you, hey, I'm leaving. You is usually well one of two things. One would be please. Don't leave me. The other would be fuck you. Right. Get the fuck out or something in between the fight or flight or something, you know, pathetic either way. Right. And so I got hit the pas button screech breaks. And I got to thinking about it. And you told me that. And then I went off on my own went for a walk up the house at the house, and I got to thinking. So what's up like should Jenny e here or not, and I was looking past my heart and into hers. So this was a meditative prayerful contemplative place that went beyond who I was. And like like asking what's true like is Jenny being scared or is she right? We shouldn't be together. Right. Can I feel something can I be of service to her in this area? When I am so biased. And so I walked I meditate in walked and I got super clear. So I came back, and I took her for a walk. And by the way, when I got clear all my burns were lifted like, I was just bouncy. I was like, I am clean. I feel like everything had made sense now to me clarity clarity. And what did I say to you on that walk? Basically told me that you love me. And that you disagreed with me that I should be there that I did belong. And that you let me go. I was just you know, I free to go. You understood you love me, you set me free and. The ball was in my court, basically. Yeah. And so my answer that came to me was she should be here. And you have a responsibility to one tell her that with open heart, and then their second responsibility that followed right on the I was to let her go to not try to fix her. Not try to manipulate or not try to change the situation. You have spoken your truth as a man to your woman. And then you support her choice. So she left. Anyone was hoping there? She is spell into his. This is love. No, I left. So tell the story from your eye. So my experience man out there listening and women could work in the reverse when you speak your truth. And then you let go of the attachment you feel free. Yeah. I felt free small my face right now. I was very very deeply open to to that. You're making a mistake. And that was okay. I just loved you anyways. So that's like no clings. Yeah. No manipulation. Yeah. No distortion to it. No jab. You know? I think behind the back. Oh, no. That's a good point. And there were no snotty ass. Fucking comments. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Okay. So from your side story, what did it feel like so for me? Yeah. I mean, when when you said that to me, I don't so you know, I think I think part of what I was struggling with is in my head. I started to create a story that I was trapped that all of a sudden my life was going to just change, you know, just absolutely changed. No going back. You know, a man in three kids. And and so I there was a part of me that felt like a bird indicate and it felt like, you know, I just felt like I don't know if I belong here. It was panic. It was really panicked. And I almost relate it to win. I'm on the edge of of growth. I'm on the edge of pushing into something new like you get that sense of panic like oh. Shit. I don't know if I can do this like that's kind of where I was in our relationship only, I didn't recognize it as growth back, then I just recognized it as I'm in fighter flight mode right now. I don't know I'm up against the precipice. And I don't know if I can do this. And I just feel like I need to just bolt. And I started to create kind of a story in my head. Like, I was telling you back then like, well, I don't belong. I'm not cut out for this. I don't think I can really do like the three kids, and I just don't know if I'm supposed to be here, and blah, blah, blah. So it's like I had started to pit myself. Against the situation against the relationship. You know, I created it was me against this relationship. It was assumed opposite was assumed opposition. And when you just simply with absolute release, no strings attached zero attachment said I disagree with you. I feel like you should be here. I love you. And yeah, I totally support you going. That position opposition. I created in my mind, my story, and that braided I had no evidence anymore. I had no evidence to start with. But I had created Evans. So that's what we do. Right. So we have a story. And so we start collecting evidence as to why it's true. I mean, we'll pick some evidence up over here. We'll pick some evidence up from behind here. We'll we'll construct this lake on permission bias. Yeah. Right. Yeah. So we'll construct this amalgamation of evidence and say look told you prove this and the minute you released me of all of that every scrap of evidence. I had just evaporated. I had no evidence. I had there was no opposition. But it free do as well with the story's gone. The opposition gun it freed you to fill your heart and ask the exact same question that I had well, wait a minute. With the story's gone. I have space now. Yeah. Should I be here? I mean, maybe it's going to be a hard thing to do which it was to raise three kids. Right. But maybe I should do that anyway. Right. As opposed to. And when I say, should I want to be very clear here like from your internal authentic, self right? That this was the path of yourself. So there's no should from the outside. Right. Right. Like is this my path? And what we did was declutter the situation for both of our minds. Right. Yeah. Absolutely meditative long walks. Letting go what was that that statement that you said that you hate? I don't remember them free. And if they love you. They'll come back. Don't they were never here. Speaking. Upi kind of thing that drives Jenny. No. But it I know you kind of kind of begs the question is like you're an asshole because you still left, and yeah, I did. But the thing is is that you being so you kind of just releasing me and Evaporating any sort of construct of opposition that I had there was still something in me. It's like you. I still had to kind of go on this walkabout. You know, I still had to go on this journey you on your journey. Yeah. For this. And and that was. Once I stepped out and did that journey. I mean, I think I I went back to my condo and lived there for like a day before I called you and said, this is a huge mistake. And I wouldn't have gotten to that point had I not moved through that process of actually getting my things getting my animals putting them in the car. It's like a walkabout like I had to drive down unload everything and just sit in the silence. Of this empty condo. Not full not hearing the kids laughing not cooking dinner with you just sitting in this silence. I went that journey was actually very important almost cap it all and then with that with the release that you provided me with your with your very strong opinion. Like, no, I think you're wrong. I love you, you if you need to go go, but just finishing that action finishing that movement of actually going was very important and that mall. How I knew I needed to come back. I think that was the other side of it like. I don't know if there was a. So let me ask you a part of you that needed to test that like was it just your own journey was like, okay, he's setting me free. Let's see let's see how he is. When I actually walk out the door. There wasn't any of that. There was no part of me that wanted to test your resolve or test. Whether that what you told me was true. There was absolutely none of that. It was truly. Just my own internal peace that had to complete the motion complete the motion. Yeah. That's good to know that you weren't. Actually, I didn't get any sense of it. So when I set you free, I set you free. Yeah. Felt it and it was done. You didn't have any need to be. Testing, right. Yeah. And the and the opposite of that is if there had been any craven nece or any sense of control or manipulation. It would have gotten sticky and there it would have gotten muddy in. There would have been then so many other facets to deal with and so much shit versus just blowing out the pipes being court honest with one another. And allowing your partner to just complete emotion that they need to complete in their life. In total integrity in total love and just standing there in creating the space for your partner to complete a certain type of motion. So we have a model that helps frame which is the four stage model, which is you go from the first day of selfishness all the way to the fourth stage of openness where you could set someone, you know. Should be here free to not be here. And it's sounds easy. But it's not right. But the model helps you at least start to see where you are on that continuum. And. The piece that gave me. The freedom to really let go was the. The clarity that I was still obligated spiritual your energetically in my heart to give you my deepest truth. Had not been able to do that. I probably would have gotten clingy right right to get quiet to go into the desert go into the wilderness, which is what you were doing going into the wilderness. We both had to go into our wilderness, which was to be alone, come back and go. This is my deepest truth and express it. And so you went that completing the motion for you. I think was you going into the wilderness to be alone. Yeah. Like, you couldn't decide to be with me while I was standing right next to you. Right, right. Yeah. And I couldn't decide whether you should be with me or not standing right next to you. I had to go be alone. Too long. Walk. So what when you came you actually stayed? You said you called me and said you made a mistake. Right. But then you stayed for a month down there. Then. Then I it was a little while like a week was that a week the week. Yeah. And then she slunk back. Tail between her legs. No, no, no. You did stay for a while. Because we knew you couldn't come right back. Dated. Yeah. No, it was there was an important piece of just really completing that motion and feeling feeling what needed to be felt and feeling taking that space of and getting clear in the absence of you in the absence of the kids about what I really wanted. And that was incredibly important, and I think. I think the big thing was about that time to is. We. Jointly stayed out of any sort of story around what was going on. Because I think that's something that happens in relationship to particularly when one partner is like, no, I gotta go or this isn't working or whatever we immediately launched into some sort of story about our own personal value or something there's generally a story because you you become so invested in relationship that sometimes it's hard to see yourself as a as an individual. And you really do start to tell yourself stories when relationships start don't look the way that they should have. And at that particular time in our lives. I think we did an amazing job of staying out of any sort of story around what was going on. And just allowing what was going on to go on knowing entrusting in loving one. Another in disallowing it to happen. Remember, you believe your mom called me and chatted with me. And she was telling. Oris? Yeah. It was good. She was just trying to help. Why would Jenny do this? She's being helpful. But that was like my daughter's an asshole. Mom, always loved me. The actually do do you. Remember what she said? I remember what she said to me. You don't. So this is actually pretty powerful now to bring it up as she said. Jason I want you to know that I think she needs to. Be alone. For a space together her together herself to get clear on what she wants. So your mom was really wise. Yeah. Like, she. And she was like, I don't want you to take this personally, which was a place. I was already at right? But it was wonderful to have your mom's wisdom come in like that. She's don't take this personally like she needs to do this. Yeah. It's just. This. She's getting ready to go on a journey, and she's going to need some space to decide that in and gain her own energy from her own self. Yeah with and so that's exactly what you did. And I think it's powerful in relationships. When you do create the space for your partner to make sure that they're sure. Yeah. I mean that creates a stronger relationship if if there's manipulation or distortion going on such that one of the partners is unable to complete. That motion to complete that particular thought process or whatever that is. It's not that the relationship won't work. But there's something really powerful and strengthening in a relationship. When a when a partner is allowed this space to be sure, and I get an come to their own conclusion. Right. Yeah. Yeah. There's a. Tripwire system in your head. Sometimes you're going to go down. I sometimes go down a path of thinking. And you've got really good at seeing me at the bottom of that where the stories looking really bad. It's shit. It's the burn the whole thing down. And you're like, okay. Just like let them complete the motion. Yeah. Don't suppress me for the moment. And and I'm learning not to suppress you. Yeah. Though. Like there's these moments when emotions are coming through us when they kinda hit a bottom part. And they're uncomfortable particularly to hear can I tell the story about what happened today upstairs. Sure. What happened? Okay. So you did a process called release three. Oh, yeah. And she. And she. It was an assignment for warrior, right? So she did a stack. We've talked about stocks. You can reach out to us Jason Jason f Smith dot com right now. If you want to learn about this deck, I will teach you reach out to me. And in this. There's a portion where you just feel the emotions of the triggered moment. And you're allowed to move through them right right complete the motion. And so usually you do that on your own this time, she had to do it verbally as part of her assignment. And I was doing work and I walked out and. And I heard her. And so she was you know, she's screaming she's in another room, and she was doing her assignment on video, and she was screaming and she let and what happened was. The rage actually made me smile because she's screaming up there. And I kind of like giggle at that. And then the tonality that came through was paying like so whatever had triggered her was actually bringing up true painter, and I got uncomfortable. Yeah. And I wanted to go stop your pain. Like I wanted to stop the motion. So I left and went downstairs, so I didn't have to hear it any right? So talk about that motion. Completing because that's another piece of what you're talking about with this completion of emotion that we go through in life. Whether it's just feeling emotions or making big life decisions whether to marry a man with three kids. Yeah. I mean it. Yeah. I think giving giving that emotion out in getting because really what happened is getting that intense emotion out, which starts his anger, and rage and all the rest of it. What is underneath it is hurt in its sadness. And it's and it's pain, and it's like the anger, and the rage is like this giant scab on top of it. And the more you fortify that scab and shove it down and shut it down and the thicker at comes and more calcified and bigger and bigger and bigger it's it really becomes numbing to your life. You cannot feel your life. You've become so numb to feeling sadness or pain or upset that you really also can't it's hard to feel even happiness or joy, or pleasure. And so completing that motion of. You know? Yeah, I'm pissed off right now. And just letting it continue to flow in letting it continue to move and move and move and then getting to the core underneath it. All of. Yeah. I am really hurt. Like, that's you really you feel completely released from it. I mean after I did the process I felt released and lighter and all of a sudden had a different perspective clarity. Yeah. Which is similar to what you did when you moved out. Yeah. You had to get some space all the emotions flu view move move move. That's why your body had to move. Yeah. And you felt lighter, and you got clarity. And the answer could have been stay down here. And that would have been sad. Right. But do you remember when you got the answer that it was it was actually to go back. Yeah. It was very quickly after I got down there. But it was it was something very important about moving it through my body going through the motions, and and moving all through and really if I if I had attempted to do all of that here. Bye here. I mean with you and the kids and stayed in the house. I wouldn't have done it fully I would have done little eeks here in there. And it would have come out fucked up and probably sideways and all the rest of it versus just giving myself the ability to just blow it out. So that I could get clear, and that's the thing is that you've been doing it here with the kids. It would have been the temptation for all of us to. Sticker fingers into it. Right. Right. And manipulate that even nicely right with good intentions because. Of course, fear starts to creep in like, no, I don't want you to go. I don't want you to go. So if if I had stayed in the house back, then then yeah, it would have started to get fucked up. It would have started to get distorted because little games would have started to get played. Because fear what have crept in and for whatever, you know, whatever grace happened in our life back, then where it was just like, no, you're like I release you Kate great. I'm going to go. And it really was it was grace to be able to move that not have to stuff anything down just moved through it fully. Express everything fully and boom immediately. I had clarity that. I was I wanted to be with you. I wanted to be with you. I wanted to be with the kids. You know that has carried over into our relationship because there is a. There's a commitment that we share. It's deep thrill. And yet there's also this freedom that we treat each other with. So that there's a daily. Choice to be with each other. Like, there's this freedom of choice. So I get to choose to be with you every day. And no point do I go. Right. And I made that choice longtime stuck here and doesn't everybody want that everybody wants a partner chooses them? Everybody wants a partner who chooses them. So if you're sitting there looking at your relationship and your like shit. I'm not sure if my partner chooses me, that's a really painful place to be. Create a relationship where your partner is choosing you every single day. And if you wanna learn how to do that. Right now reach out to us. This is the way you're going to do it your. Email me Jason Jason F as in Frank Smith dot com. Right now type in the subject you wanted to have a conversation with Jenny and we will get back. We'll set up that powerful conversation with you on the phone and that phone call won't cost you anything, except you're going to have to be honest. And we'll get to autumn whether we can help you or not. When people call you, and they ask you. You know about this. One thing that I know you demand is honesty. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You have to get you have to get to the core of what's going on. You have to really clear out the bullshit in order to get their everybody has a story or five hundred of them everybody. This. I do everybody. Does. It's your fault. That's my star stand with. I know. Okay, everybody. You know, what to do if you want to work with us, and I'm going to let Jenny wrap the show up. She's staring at me blankly. I was going to sing just kidding. See? These singing that's the difference between our two personality. That's why God didn't let give the Bill thing. I'd never shut up. All right that wraps it up. So as usual if you wanna go back and listen to any of our previous podcasts, go to shades of intimacy dot com. You can also go out, and yeah, look at all the podcasts that are out there. Give him a listen tunes for ipod if you have an Android run, Stitcher. Google play I upon iphone, iphone, Android user. And you can listen to us on Spotify. Sweet. All right. So go out and give us a listen. And we will be back next time.
Getting Buy-In with Julia Steel - Ep 63
"We think that asking for help shows that shows weakness over vulnerability in in. It's kind of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Right. If you didn't ask for buying what's gonna get. Welcome to the Schmidt list, the podcast for people dedicated to managing successful projects developing impactful products and building engaged teams. And now, here's your host Kirch mitt. Juliana? Thank you for joining me on the show today. It's a real honor to get you finally all the way from Australia to join me on the show. Thanks coats. Really exciting today. Here is wrong. So I went through your book by it. And I know you're doing a lot of speaking events or doing a lot of talks, especially around the subject of buy in and getting people to buy into your ideas. And it's something that's very close to my heart. So can you tell me a little bit about how you got involved in to this sort of leadership coaching and kind of what's what's your background? My will willing Chilean management spice Mago Michael away back to Uni for a second. I spent two years in computer science degree with a whole bunch of stage off sworn obeys at the time and talking about ten and how it was gonna be a really really excited about technology. But then I was like this doesn't deliver it self what Wilson mechanics of Hal which site skit bills Netscape failed programs get written so Runa did a putting management's elective just random. Ten the Ryan I went up going to go and see what was pundit management things or Labatt in on our side. I sat in the first lecture knows I own God. It isn't suddenly starting to make sense to go around zero from Mark computer science load and well in Shirley, slap bang. Join of you. I guess tiger stocked on narrow pretty much went on a project management Janney are not an accidental pay in full into this. Under deliberate, very deliberate ones. Eight year, I went to high bien and mother in IBM for year matters graduation, and I went to live for financial services company on an icy transformation is gone from this. Listen live in I party administrator coordinator minute tiger time. She recalled. Needed to be organized. You were there needs to be Okinawa's. I was I always go. And what I found was is I got more and more experienced and more senior. I found myself surrounded by more and more and more important people and started to accuse me is putting manages program manages, we have all this responsibility intensive delivery when when it comes to cancel -bility. We think that we haven't dined we think we have people support and on often we dined and to be on his tide of being the pest cold to coming in shakes. Jake's so about two years ago. Wildly sparta. Again. Why why do they start with such fanfare what you saying sweeten Elision tame saying, this is the strategic direction of our organization is going to revolutionize what do customers and enable full flat. The majority often. Get really interested in what points of difference unsuccessful projects is inspire ones. And everywhere you look. Executive supports the sandcastle toasted drive success mine in everyone of a profession. Revolts Dale token out under will put under the former's in J spice counting from lack of sponsorship and executive support to that's why started to get interested in. So I put my deliver took my delivery hat on put my teacher hat on her. Now speed can try mental consolidate Saint project manages nor how to get why we think we had it. And we dined right now, that's a really good place in into your point about the executive by. Right. The I've heard it before from leaders where they say, you know. But this is why hire smart people like, you know, you did your job to deliver this project or make this thing come through. Why why do you need so much of my time? This is why higher. Is why hired smart people? And then they systematically because of their uninvolved in to your point. They wonder why things are not going the way they hoped. I think if I could write an extra chapter in the pinball guide will maniac JAL method would be something Iran's understanding your environment that you're in honor think even at the executive level and more. So the project management level that we forget that project exists in this in this ecosystem polled life, and we don't think about what else is going on. And it's underneath through fooling myself said I've got to stop the lint recognize some of the politics that exists in organizations to understand some of the gangplanks even even the highest levels of organizations with seniors presented the strategy to the to the rest of the organization, but even then direct reports on necessarily all on the same page about the importance of everyone's got different agendas molasses project from here in Australia was one of the most important contracts organization yet. Agreed. I was still having conversations about resource saying and prioritize -ation. And having enough foaming and all of the conversations that manages have. And I think if we could do one thing better as project manages, it will be standing back going have I actually got a free sink. Am I an environment story when this project is fully supported from not what do I need to get the analogy? I use. It's like being a asleep on running track most project managers segment gun going off being approved. In everything khanate, but it's not it's just the start of the rice in how quickly run and how quickly you get around that track is entirely dependent on the support that you have on when he having gays sponsors, a great tame your stakeholders fully on board. You he pick up and run really really fast. But if if people off working on someone else's project later show up to meetings at night decisions in guess what? You just running around that track on your Ryan. Anything that happens as project managers is you end up exhausted on. Everyone else's job. And guess what? The cons need they're running. Right. Because you're probably going to get all the blame when it doesn't go correctly. So, but I love what you're seeing there because it also translates to even the people who are the leads on projects or even the people that are everything from developers to construction work or whatever. Like, it's it's also the everybody's a project manager in some sense, right? Then you gotta project manager own time. It it's not necessarily that you need that title. Right. But the project manager specifically, I think that's what the interesting role for me as in what you're talking about. Because I've had these conversations with folks, whether they be elite auto project or a project manager, whichever we're they're like the project is going right at it's because my boss is a jerk or the stakeholders or the clients don't know what they they want. And I've definitely in the conversation where I'm like, but that's kind of your fault. That's your job to do that. What I like about. What's in your book is how you do you talk to somebody? But Julie what if I'm that person frustrated, and I'm like, they will just not get out of my way. And now you're telling me that that's my problem. Julia like. Which is frustrating that just frustrates me more. Because the they said they wanted this project Donelly send they wanted it done on time. They said they wanted it done a budget, and they wanted all the features in all things. And then there in my way, where do I start? Julia. Like, if I'm if I'm not frustrated person. Where's a great place for me to start getting unprecedented. Yeah, I think so breaking manages ring pasta. I talk a lot about you. As a person, I talk about your ladyship, and then talk about your date, and I think. Credit manages quite out when Stacy until about the project, we get we get to think about what we need is ourselves in as people and the victories have to talk about confidence class encouraging, man. I think when you're innocent you mentioned why you're stranded in pulling ahead on your pungent smoke going anywhere. No, no one's going to solve that. We like you said while so you have to kind of dictate for looking saw. Eddie righty, console that total with a risk rang. Reckitt console report. It comes. He comes down to you. And so you go to make decision. I encourage guy for carrots guy for what is it the standing in? What is it a standing in your why not confident about where he miss seeing Alitas or you not good with conflict all influencing scales? What is it is creating what is it is creating a stray shin because often places where we're been incredibly frustration. But merb'ys reflection was as I was frustrating myself. I was always getting what agitators if I look back now to actually there's a situation five years ago couldn't get an outcome in a meeting on. I went to the meeting on practically one before I went to the meeting. Everyone was looking another stood the importance of the decision. But no one actually made a decision on the meeting going. What is it? What's what's wrong with these people? Why don't they make this decision? Highlands on business the night. And I recognize now that it wasn't that problem is. It wasn't that Michael them. I haven't communicated well enough. I I'm given enough time for the decision to sit in the think we can as I was thinking about Tom cost on Colin city as it can get out if each business in Wrexham is its token cheese in terms of Alan think manages we take a lens aperture manager lens off. Sometimes put our business lens on we do a whole Etta. On these mothers, Len using it's off. Assigned closing line. Book is at stocks says even bind to sell things gonna sell them. Equal ego guy that really pointed in that story, you told reminds me of what am I own stories, which is I did have a leader one point, you know, stakeholder in definitely important change project that was happening in. I the metaphor. I used was that they would say go get me a rock, and I would bring new Iraq. And they'd be like got that rock. I wanna rock I wanted. I want different rock and you bring number rock, and they would say, and so how have you? I'm sure you've dealt with that Julia's floor where you're trying to get everything that everybody is saying they want, but nothing is is is sticking. It's really easy at that point to just blame them and go, home, frustrated. Right. And and just be like, they're dumb. I'm done here. His thing's gonna fail. All I can do right now is just cover my ass as much as possible. Oh, so that doesn't blow back on me. Right. And I've seen that happen. Not, you know, quite a bit where it just becomes this CYA sort of approach that people will do instead of push through and try to really get to the other other side in what ways do you coach people to kind of push through, you know, moving from that like, I'm just gonna cover my ass to I'm gonna take in old this. I think that that's nice. I can give is trying to look beyond sky semester of mustard in my experience message, the things that you just described humoring me a rock that rock in different is generally about people knowing what they want. I mean. I mean, they want when they see they haven't done it before. And they're not really clear on what it is they want. But that's very Skype Centric sort of compensations trying to want to talk about it in the book is what's what's the hot vision? I sai- mullah's program was he's assistant Harvard lamenting five musicians across the hall business that lots and lots of decisions today. Nice. But we actually came up with some some principals were a high with high order guides writes, one of the guys was always about custody customers west. So even don't know necessarily what writing to do is yet when it comes to all of the decisions the principal as customers away finest that we already get Bernie guarantee implements. Out of the box. So if it's the twins between a prices changing who assist in changing, the process will always change before system before we have a customized system and in families through with my stike holidays getting into a place of no when we walk looks lying. We need to agree. Some things that help us design when we find the raw thing today. Does that make sense is flipping zone as little bit nine? This is Newell as things but gall of the system needs to improve the process say every decision remained is going to be night in frying off creating sounds prices. Right. And we don't necessarily know what we'd priest house prices looks like yet. The right decisions. In rivalries. That's where it will end up writing. I love how you say. You also say in the book like, you know, today to that point not just focusing on. How people are thinking about stuff, but how they're feeling about stuff and really diving into you know, when you're proposing those ideas is not just gathering like, what do you think about it? Like, how do you try to figure out how they're feeling about it like how is that affecting them? Because you also talked about being aware of fear and uncertainty that is most likely around you, especially when you're kicking off something or your or you're you're making a change somewhere. And that's something. I think it took me a lot longer to figure out like I figured I was working with a lot of very highly paid very senior professional people that have been doing this very long time. And it took me long time to realize you know, they are scared. They haven't day of uncertainty in how can I? How can I work with them to to draw that out to be able to kind of? Let's not hide it in our in our baggage, right? Let's pull it out. Let's put it up on the wall. Let's figure out how to how to solve this thing. Right. Yes. I. It was what I was gonna say that there's a wished often being manager right now base being executive. Nowadays so much insistence. He so much Pacino is cost pressures. You're living smashed resources and everyone wants to grab go this invasion, all of this potential standing in our life between potential in progress in James just via nor not whether reason why a good idea should work apart from you will see in inability to do to do it. That's and I think what we we do is president manages his all the projects approved. Everyone's agreed an aligned and ready today this, but they forget about the insurgency if the Ginny along the way and executives aren't paying to be vulnerable and be scared whether to link that that's the culture of management from the loss before years if not longer. I think project managers thank many managers, don't go. There intensive conversation. We don't want. You know, that's a hard conversation to have to go to an executive for what he's get about that. That's confronting conversation. But if you go, okay, what does exist? What does exist? Look like, you can have that conversation. What are you? What are you most worry about visiting here knee is time? What would you like us to avoid? What would you have liked to do and the the feeling potties and ended our about people thinking in failing people will fail a response before they think we did. What we did manages his wafers at the left brain thinking stuff from who smashed business cases in facts numbers benefits. You forget to tell them the stories to tap into the today remission and one of my stakeholders from a few years ago, we didn't amazing Joel of project. We was showing some people from Australia to media. It was quite a controversial part because people's made it fail response was gonna lease Mudgal getting striving jobs. Very you'd have these recent challenges in the US people's immediate response, regardless of whether the numbers may sense was knowledge job had you beyond that. And create a environment where they actually understand based on on favoring the the feeling to try is we wanted to grow mobilization. That wouldn't enough people in Australia to be to growth in. Why we wanted to grow with the skills way way needed? So what started as a I'm gonna lose my job being turned into this one Greis where actually gonna lose you job jobs going to change from being this to this. And this is your job which can be done in. India will be done done in India announced that story that failing that communication is is not something you can represent in numbers in business Casal in pay pay all in music stories in sprint in any haunt. Catch it at the functional left running rain stuff. The right bring stuff in stores could be he's a story about a really bad customer. Experience the customer pow quickly executive. Oh, okay. I'll actually say the past that had been cried experience when cold Ecoles in all about savings for the product that that creates tailing people will remember that person more than anything this business case sense, confided, the driven failings. No, that's reporting. The the the thing that I I like what you're talking about the Aaron I talk about it a lot too, which is establishing the vision for the thing. And I think that's one of the things that people struggle with because sometimes these things these initiatives change programs or projects or whatever you want to whatever sort of staying is going on is is that division of. I might be. Well, we need to make dollars. We need to make we need to make money. And I've literally had stakeholders in people say. Like what what's the vision of this project? It's like well that we'd make a bunch of money. You know, like ten I'm like, it's really going to get it's gonna get hard to get thirty people on board for that, you know, unless there's profit sharing. I mean, we can talk about that. But, but I've literally had to have those conversations where to your point I've gone to them and said like what does success look like, and they say money, and I say, okay. Well, why why is that important? And then you know, you kind of do that five lies sort of thing where you just y y you just wear them down with. Until you actually get to what that impact really is. And then taking that in communicating that to the larger team in and repeating it back to them to say as this. This is what I heard you say, and that makes a lot of sense. So I really liked how you you you talk through that vision side of things because that's where I've I've found that people struggle the most with is is kind of defining a vision that isn't something that doesn't sound kind of you know, like ferry Dustin. You know, whatever, right or, you know, some crazy like really changed the world, you know, or some wanna be like you said wannabe Seve job sort of approach. Right. It's it's fine. It's fine. If the goal is to grow it, if growing means there's more money involved, but that growth also means other things that means more more, a bigger community of people that were working with and so on and so forth. Right. Yeah. Any my last program went into I think said in full program directed to be given it my boss told me that he that I needed to make the program work with notable wanted to exist. Shut it down. And I went into the program. So to tell me about the program and people like are reimplementing five platforms and swigging simplify processes is very scope type language, right? Use agile in news guard. The discard the to me Pethick lake on really understand grievance than very quickly. But on dislike the why why are we doing five new platforms? Why we can condemn together why we doing all of this and spending all of this money why they sat on all of it was the speed full message, vast implication digitization improving customer processes in improving the employee experience leading note, replacing all live Izzy systems when she saying the amount that we had in the business tense was dreams. Rots you to sort of set having just writing in. It's just like he can he can see feature is when you painted in that way, if you just say our lamenting five systems, it will get a small fish everyone, including floppiness releases what why should any like if you want? If you need an entire entire honor to come in ninety care about your fizzing in the morning. Is they didn't care about it. They'll do something else. I was going to get a coffee their emails going to do the thing that needs to do on you're parked because I don't see the of it. That's a really great point. Let me ask you a more specific question. So let's say, I'm, you know, either either I'm a leading team whatever by title is leading team. Maybe it's a new team in because what I feel like in a lot of cases when there's a new project or a new initiative in an organization or some sort of new change people wanna go through the kind of it's not usually the team that that has worked together a lot. You're you're you're bringing people together from different aspects may be more likely than not they've never worked together. And you gotta spend time kind of doing some of that team building. But you know, nobody wants to do trust falls. Nobody wants to do you know any of that? Exactly right to deliver. Right. Exactly. It's like why can't we just get to work? Right. But have you experienced where maybe you've had somebody that you worked with maybe their for lack of a better word, like a, you know, a doer on the team at somebody that that might be like dismissive or the just don't wanna talk to you. They just want you to leave them alone. They get their job done. So I had this experience where I've, you know, I've spent that time getting the vision working with that executive just doing everything can't pull it out. Come on. Let's get that vision. Please get it. And then I go to the team, and there might be like a couple of people in their leg. Boy. Like, so what it does not the baby we wanted to live. Yeah. Right. Exactly. Yes. Like how how have you navigated those waters Julianne away? Do you just you just walk around those people, and you go to the people that are accepting of it went how how have you navigated those waters? So thank you touched on really important point about bringing paper together. A when when you do bring people together to clearly in project is easy to see that everyone is on the same page issue in this project manager of managers. I think we forget because we can say a lot more that we don't do necessarily do a great job of communicating that into our tames, very well, and I had a brilliant architect on the longtime ago now ten ten years ago on customer facing projects the customers absolutely clear on the architecture. They wanted they head off on on their side. Am I could take a slight that note best not right off? There's by widening the by the way doing it. So the end. So I was looking at my options is gonna different but customer names on not knocking Intech. He might be writing may be wrong. Go to a good at time frame to to hit to our one. I can of worms are wanna Kate to keep a lid off. And say considering he was quite disengaged from the whole front invest auction. Which is this is what the customer wants to on with this. And so said, okay, if you go to different, gee, I'm happy feet ago compensation the offtake on the customer side. But you go weak. Right. And and. Because I ain't on tactically is going to into design awful. All the way old white. I'm not sure it's often. But you got to govern told toon you commit to. If you if agreeing way going all agreeing to disagree, but we're going to do festival Las uneasy to come back and delivered anyway. So it's kind of kind of. Some free rice. But said that it said the boundaries of on you you come back and be on board. With what the answer is all suppose customers that on the tape. His next corn? So we ended up just saying things up in kind of no Graham between the two across the cause. But because they are agree when actually will warn gays, and I think that that was a great outcome ahead of the people context whether just lot yet. Now just thought of this runs to be on his seat. That's what you coverage comes in as a project manager, the right pain. And if you go people in new team that the division ons wrote willing to roll this lace, go find another one enough. You haven't done enough time to mess around with with people sixty seventy eight percent committed then taking lunches. In a nice as producing parties, grab it. We're not doing what we should do rates hotel. Julia. This would never work. Yeah. The I told you very, very helpful. You for that? That's really helpful. Now, go go find a different job. So, you know, that's the one thing that you know, what I really liked that you you. You talk about is that because I feel like some people are especially in those project teams or things that sometimes people are very comfortable with no decision for some reason. Where has the people like you mentioned that are countable for the delivery of it? That's like the worst thing that could possibly happen. Right. But but you're surrounded sometimes by people that are just fine with making notice isn. And I think that's sometimes when I'd myself personally been the most frustrated is the is to say, well, you know, to your point. I think that's a really good sort of way to approach it is that if you're not willing to take if you're not willing to make a decision I'm going to design some accountability for you in order to of force you. To get down that path whether whether you're into it or not, so I like how you kind of kind of form that that's that's very helpful. I think we forget sometimes on Jake said everyone is tonight contribution. I think he one of the books wanted to check in the book is about contribution. What what contribution? Are you gonna make him all contribution? They need from everyone else. And Siegel didn't walk in the morning, and I will act as a what they are cantrill full. Why my architects like you're to wait going out on your can't that pot of the fuel accountable for the architecture of the project? You're going to wait to sort it out. But it is not. So this is what we're doing. Giving them you're empowering into to get the outcome. Looking rather than just going? Yeah. Thanks, thanks, for your opinion. You you're shutting them down. And that's not the right thing today when raid. Yeah. Especially for the I mean, they might get us through that day, but you know, three weeks three weeks from then you're gonna be you're gonna be paying for that urine testing wandering. Why waking and then that compensation knocking Tapia? The does does no way. No. That never happens. No never have. So so let me know if you do like, if I'm if I'm listening to Julian I really interested in in everything she's talking about. But you you talk about that buying starts with me. Right. Let's say I am feeling a little despondent end a little frustrated in the position I man. And and I feel like I could be doing better, but people are working either working against me or not working at all. How do I where do where do you start getting by in on your yourself weird? Where's a great place to start holding up that mirror ID's whenever I fail strident onset it out way to go. Oh. I feel like I'm missing something. I again, funded quiet spot, and I just sit down, and I close my eyes in my head. What is excess look like right outside. It's kind of cliche. But this is what this is what went to success. Look like what is crossing the finish line. Look like an in control in my head. I get right. What was what I got gut's? Gonna get me, sir. I'm missing a key stakeholder uncle resources in my Tena on gay. You no problems. Have I not enough money as people giving me enough time a couple of Nali risks. They're gonna come by me. What is dining between what you are now and that season. Disliked the minutes in. Okay. We'll we'll can I do to solve that. It'll miss widening to-do list. Okay. Right to get that state. Hold on board decision. He can eat the garden. Get him on board on your cell yourself. We can go from stakeholder than you have a good relationship grades in an enlisted unless this whole getting on board. You make a decision on looking at sightholders go in the grand scheme of things actually their opinion Yasser need a conscious decision about what to do. And for me that really just helps get what is a little failing concession to doubt down inches tangible things that are not contain. And in fact, the book I told combat's way where he will on on state-run of sabotaging one. I'm try to do they helping me Josh what I need today. An that just. Visualizing what I want my father to Luke light once helping we'll. In a way, that vision, an intending into actions really helps me get clear what I haven't got. I think when you're drowning is the project managers very easy to dislo sit there and go home, I call. This isn't Ryan this is this is Ryan snow rise. But the buying stocks de messages. I actually if you know, it's not right. You have to turn that around are notes. Right. What can I do? I think alone of us. If we have a carriage me have confidence to guy way. We we are notes. No rhyme can choose to ignore the only the only is going to happen senior Leisa someone's gonna come knocking. They're gonna come to know hanging by hiding projects lightly haven't been he's done the money. Oh, it's not rise. Route sisters the decision decision on on your. I think. Florida get run over. I guess. Metaphor on the track. You wanna be on reforms of its? Before we started this talking about rating shake that authority in the apartment managers. Julie that authority we had with ours yet what we decided to do. That's a great way to put that. Julia. So let me ask you one last question when talk to you about in concept that they wanna run pass us. So that that by aspect, I really really like it because I do coach a lot of people. I say it all the time on the show about a wide important to hold up the mirror. I think what could I be doing better? What could I be with sort of change? Could I be making in order to get this thing that stuck a moving again? But one thing that I actually found success with that. I wanted to get your opinion on his is having Frank conversations with folks saying I need buy in from you. What can I do to get buy in from new right? And if you found success in doing that because I feel like in some cases me just walking straight up to somebody and saying feel like things are not going. Well, and I feel like you might be thinking this isn't right. But I I need your buyin I needed in order to make this thing successful. What can I do to get your buying? Have you had that experience? I think there's a lot of people in the rudder that crap asking for help. Most people are mad at asking for help. I think we think that asking for help shy shows a weakness over vulnerability in in. It's kind of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Right. If you don't ask for buying what's the one thing, you know, gonna get. And if you put yourselves again in the sheets, the stakeholders. They voted they may be sitting again. Yeah. Fully on board with this project division of buying what you'll wish fine might be different things. They've vision of buying might be there signed off the project in that you'll that you've got a completely under control. Whereas the new ahead you'll you'll vision of buying is not one of them at the meetings. You want them to come to the luncheon lens you want them to come. And do the stand ups go online readers. Yeah. Thanks so much. Makes stowage harder. Julia. I think if he cited in a in a way that is moving forward have already missing twenty today differently. What help can I give you you'll helping them get on? I will. I am. I didn't realize that. I that using Connaught. Such a great relationship builder. If you go in and said, you weren't at my meeting, you haven't made a decision if you put it all in the negative again in innocuous, but if he put it in a in a full would view evacuate as you just described left that a really need you're buying on this. I really need you support. There aren't many out there that on our stakeholders other denied, it would be a rail wise. Thank so Oscar for my healthy how good it anyway. Right. Stood for not trying to do a good job. Like everyone else. A wish they were. They've had to say horror feet if he is. He was very involved in project one minute, and then bomas absence the next next the next day, and we we don't couple of weeks in those lows Conde sing nicest absence any actually had a significant change in his life. He was going through voice and had a custody battle with kids said he was he gone for being fully involved in work to actually know. This is a loss. Priority. The moment I need to be at high and says of this stuff he does not even Larra from radio delivering delivering the project, and he said anytime said look on sorry, fellow suffice. It's on it. Let me get some of my revolts involved and the goat my full delegation and went on combo Joe happy back, but it is just going to be willing to have the compensation and courage and being vulnerable. And I even about what you need. What you need is is K. I think you're really great women's one last question in world will wrap up here. But with that. So that's a great example of somebody who maybe has some hidden sort of challenges at their with outside of the projects that are affecting. But what about somebody who's just outright toxic? Somebody who who showed up on the wrong side of the bed, and they're they're grumpy gusts or grumpy gal that is that's showing up every day and just kind of toxic love you approach those situations in a way where you've found success or maybe even not found plenty of plenty examples where I've not found success with that. So I could save that for another day. I think. Got on the standards, whether the grumpy Gusset everyone aware of his district. Jake's stakeholders that were absolutely nightmares. But then I then I realized when I inquired with other people that they were not nice with everyone. Well, okay, glad it's not just my project. This big problem here than than just saying grumpy with a car Jays. But then you have to decide k if the grumpy about more projects what to do about it. And I think. If this is you need to make really comes down to how much you need them. Now, I've had stakeholders that would pay that were sort of on the perjury unlucky. I really need to save them at the standard would steering committee. We took occasionally in between I kin they're doing what they need to do than necessarily great to work. We've been can live with them. Anastas a decision that you needs Mike, but I've had people that were grumpy ahead really grumpy sponsor honestly had to have the conversational. You'll the later also departure along we believe of the project together, we setting the tunnel. What we delivering together. Uninjured hit some things that need your help changing NSA say. Later. I say if but they should change. What am I don't know that you're actually out projecting? We're projecting negativity. I don't know what what you actually need them today. So having that conversation is one I had a project a long long time ago where I actually preceded change of trying to sponsor, but that's hot, especially if the person that you need is the natural sponsor reasons, you can't go and get finance for j to be sponsored by marketing. Right. Any feeding the finest guy. We'll go you need to be willing to have the conversation for like I said that a few times in this in defensive, but it is a conscious choice unity live with them. Do you do you do something about it and promoting experienced Trinity's something about it one? Okay. Exact outcome you looking full. But at least it will make makes changes in knowing allies in bed at night. Seeking all on. Glad I was real tiny national parks managing today. Just saying. Right. Yeah. Exactly, you sometimes you you can over saying like how a deliberate you think other people are being especially when it comes to that. And I liked that you said that because I've had that experience before about deliberately going to change a. Yeah, I've had that experience where I've gone and said I need to talk to your boss to a stakeholder and with some luck sometimes without nutca-. But yeah, I that was a really scary thing to do that was I wasn't used to you know, being in that position in having to go. I was used to definitely used to have people go over my head all the time. But then when you know when like as you said like, I feel like I had the confidence to go and say, you know, this thing's all going to go downhill unless I find somebody new to lead it on the other side. And that was that was a very difficult conversation tonight. You know, I think as you mature in your in your roles, you you kind of you kind of learned that. Managing up is is just as important as or if not more men than managing below you. I get asked quite a lot around misery, my training role speaking, you know, what do I see the role of project manager? And what do I think the most important thing to remember is to me a project manages to score a single job? The job is to ten the potential of an idea in chief progress in performance went will with it doesn't matter. What the idea it doesn't matter? What Frankie as what were they what you're introduced to ten an idea into an outcome. And I think we we lose cited that in all of this, definitely quality. And but every decision we make the amount of effort that we put in a few weeks to work waking me choose to control the confronting conversations that we we have to take decisions on the poss from Tang incriminated into an outcome. And I think if we on conscious of that, that's when things go go the rail, you know, I I. Don't take components to deliver bad ones on show messaging listeners making show every deliver is a successful one. But it's just a series of decisions to read that we have to make us anything different shades point it from a bad project. That's great. Julia. We'll do we're at time. So I wanna I wanna thank you. Again. I learned a lot in this. And from your your book, if if I'm interested in learning more about what Julius got going on and where I can find the book, and maybe where I can maybe join for a webinar. Shady of these types of things wears a great place for me to go to get him last night. Genus steel dot com say very active on lake din until the say Elise your social media platforms on their muschamp has my book in his valuable hot coffee, ending to feel free to check it out graveyard extra to have links in on the blog post with all the things to find more about Julia, so. Yeah. One last time, I just want to thank you for joining me. It's been a real pleasure. I enjoyed it. Thank you for listening to the Schmidt list. 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Shazam! Reshoots Begin with Zachary Levi - Movie Talk
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We hope all you got out. There were able to vote wherever you may live today if you do indeed live in the United States of America, and with that said, we kick off collider movie talk. Now, here's what we were going to do. We were going to have a big story about how the Grinch is said to have a pretty good box office opening weekend. Obviously rejoined by the one. The only pear number off who is the resonant box office expert. But before we get to that we have some breaking news about his AM and the re-shoots get there's going to be re-shoots everybody. Buckle your safety, belts, 'schisms undergoing re-shoots. Does this mean that the project is sunk in there trying to salvage what they can probably now they're probably just going back and doing a couple pickups and additional. Photography Zachary Levi said as much on his social media at anytime star brags about going back and excited to be in the costume once again that can mean one of two things one you're trying to cover up for the fact that extensive research are needed or you're actually excited to be back and doing a little bit of additional work before the movie is ready to be seen by the world. Jeff Snyder is the time to panic versus am or we just doing re-shoots here time to get Henry Cavill in his superman is what it's time for. Yeah. I mean, I I don't know. What else could they be addressing with these recruits? But it's par for the course on these big movies. Yeah. I wouldn't be surprised. If Warner Brothers took some precautions to try to ensure a bigger box office bump, okay, period number off. Do you think that we're doing re-shoots primarily not first Zam Zam can hang out with it, even more famous superhero? I hope not I like the idea of letting the aqua man movie live on its own and letting this shazaki movie be its own thing. But who knows I mean, that's definitely a possibility with these re-shoots, and you know, like, you said this is budgeted into their budget from the start. So it's no surprise. And I'm kind of glad that he took to Instagram had a little fun with it shared a picture that way, we're not all hearing it from like an outlet over there. And then all of a sudden everyone's like, oh my God. It's doom and gloom all over again. So good on them for doing some re-shoots. If I wind up with a more, polished Zan because of it and happy they're doing it. But do you think that it's a mistake if they have? To go back and do re-shoots just to get superman in the movie, or do you think that they're reacting to some sort of fan interest with that whole debacle that oh now we're not getting mad to it's not a priority anymore. Henry Cavill might be out of the universe with this field last ditch effort to get a superman into the movie to reassure fans. No, no, we promise he's gonna show up again somewhere. Somehow. I'll put it this way. If you don't put them in this film where you putting him like it. You know is he going to essentially sit on the sidelines for the next few years. Like, I don't know if that's the smartest idea if you can't think of another movie to put him in though, what is the point in putting him in Zam just to wait a long period of time yet again to maybe make another movie with him or find another place for him. I honestly, I don't really know. I don't see how we can even try to make sense of these some of these moves or lack thereof. So I think we're gonna have to wait and see all automatically panic when here this research, just because it's Nicole because I really try not to and. DC, obviously, they don't have the greatest track record when it comes to post production in their movies or even pre-production for that matter. But hey, they haven't director David San very he stuck with the project from the beginning. Zachary Levi seems all on board to do it. So in this particular circumstance, I don't find any caused a panic. If you hear something along the lines of what went down on solo Star Wars story. That's when you panic. I mean that was an unprecedented shakeup towards the tail underproduction. But research are there for a reason you budget for them for reason, it's to give everybody a better movie in the end, the one thing that comes to mind is when we shot child eater. And we scheduled that whole thing out at the time onset. I thought it was the worst thing in the world that we weren't going to hit everything on our schedule. And we decided to push one particular sequence to re shoots, and I was like kind of mad at myself as a producer. I'm like, oh, this is a sign of failure. But that was learning firsthand that no that was the smartest decision. We made. Does that sequence came out a million times better than it would have had we done it during principal photography? I just want to know does this guy. Stay jacked, you know, for the next few years or does he deflate after these re-shoots disaster like because he got big for this movie. It's a great quote, you got big like if you're on set. And let's say, you're you're Hugh Jackman is wolverine or what have you the good news? Is that in two thousand eighteen you're able to do a lot of affects on someone's body to they show up out of shape. You can magically you give them apps, but with this you wrap principal photography, and you have that last day in the crew claps for you. And then you like I'm gonna go rush cheeseburgers. Yeah. And drink milkshakes. And that's all I'm going to do and there's going to be not an ounce of protein in said milkshakes. It's just going to be the good old sugar and saw us from McDonald's. So then you have to go back. But I think that you realize, hey, I might need to go back and play this character at some point. So, but which is ENA particular that suit looks like it's helping you become Jack little bit. If he has to stay that Jack for that long. I hope. He's entitled to cheat days like the rack because I want to try a the rock cheat day one day. He just sits there and dips, cookies and pancakes and peanut butter. That sounds amazing. That sounds like a fun cheat day. It sounds like every day for me though. It's true. That's true cheating a lot. Soccer died every day sheet says the guy who yelled at Roca today for eating all the wheat thins where did they go? They were triscuits ferry bed snack. Finding the office. I do love Triscuit. Nothing. More fun to have the roof your mouth get shredded by the delicious Triscuit cracker. We move onto our first of a few stories as it might involve illumination entertainment. The first one is that Dr Seuss's the Grinch that movie is looking to get off to a hot start at the box office targeted around the fifty million dollar opening weekend for its domestic box office take now that actually pales in comparison to what Dr Seuss's the war did from the same studio elimination a couple of years ago that movie did seventy million dollars in its opening weekend alone. It's getting to be Christmas time look as soon as halloween's over you go to Starbucks, and what are they have? They have the nice holiday decorations on there. So people getting in the Christmas spirit. All you. Thanks giving turkeys. You died for nothing. It's Christmastime already Dr Seuss opening that big. There is going to be some competition for the Grinch because you have. Jj Abrams is movie the over just overlord. It looks really cool. It's doing very well and run tomatoes going to critic so far, but it's looking to open around ten million dollars. And then you also have the girl in the spider's web people to confuse whether this is continuing the adventures from either the trilogy that was made several years ago or the David fincher the girl the dragon tattoo that was made couple years ago. It's really neither one it's just like she's like kind of like a JAMES BOND character early Spiderman character read is gonna reboot and tell a new story that movie is looking to open around the ten to fifteen million dollar Mark on about twenty four hundred screens so Perry how did you as the box office guru here at the office when your comrades work year full-time or stealing triscuits? You are crunching the numbers in the box office and won. I'm crunching snacks. Your coaching. Pretty much sums it up with a little words with friends in between. That's pretty much our day Colli friends. Friends is because I'm beating. Between the three of us just to give you guys a little insight into what goes on the three of us. We love with friends. I have to give the crown. You're really good. I'm greg. Yeah. And I like that you don't cheat and use the word find or not she use the word funder. If you want to cheat when you're playing me have at it best to, but I would probably need to cheat to be Perry at box office predictions. As venom indicated earlier and bring it back. Bring it back and actually really mad at myself that I didn't program this episode to that this story lined up with the bottom three and not with Lou because it would have been a big elimination entertainment section. But I think the Grinch is going to do really well this weekend, especially because the nutcracker underperforms. So so severely last week and given what that movies production budget was but grinches in good shape. I'd like to see overlord pop just because of you know, it's got that horror vibe hearing great things about it. I don't necessarily think it's going to. But everything I'm hearing about the girl in the spider's web has me so-so bomb because I'm such a big federal Alvarez fan, and I don't know based on the mixed reviews. I'm hearing and also the fact that not even just that projections are coming in around ten to fifteen million. I think the studio is anticipating even lower than that. Or at least that's the number. They're putting out there right now. But given all of that it just. Disappoints me that he didn't go off. And I don't know make make evil dead to his don't breathe tour or another original project that he came up with it just seems like this is a big swing and a miss that has nowhere near the amount of buzz of the David fincher movie head and even that movie when it opened up it only made a little over. I believe it was twelve million. And that's not really that big of a number for what should be a big franchise movie. I studio and having seen this one it does appeal more to it. I don't want to say it's got more of a broad appeal than the dragon tattoo because obviously that had the name brand value of David fincher ruining Dana Craig, but this clarify pretty hot property right now. And she's able to command an action star presence. In addition to all the other psychological stuff that's going on with this character. However, Jeff, I think that there's going to be some level of fan confusion with spider's web for sure and then possibly with overboard because over words, just what the hell is this movie? I've. Heard about it at all. And then with spider's web. It's like where are we in this universe? So which movie do you think is going to give the Grinch the best run for his green money? I'm gonna pull a Grinch and. And say that overlord is going to beat the girl in the spider's web. Even though girl in the spider's web has the IP the recognizable IP, and it starts. Clarify is more is bigger known than maybe why rustler Giovanna depot, I think that. Yeah. The word of mouth is just killing this movie. I haven't seen it, I guess it screened Sunday night anytime there's a press screening on a Sunday night, you know, studios. Not that confident. I feel like in terms of the marketing at barely knew. I didn't even know this was coming out. This is my job. I didn't even know it was coming out this weekend. I thought it was next weekend. So just like the campaign has not been very effective the reviews of not been encouraging. I love the campaign for overlord. The reviews have been good there at a festival. So I am excited to see that. If I could only see one of those two movies this weekend. It would definitely be overlord. I just think plus it has a much lower budget than than dragon tattoo. See I think I think it's gonna wind up a lot better. Also in five hundred more theaters can't believe the theater count on dragon tattoo. You sorry about that. Marketing campaign for overboard. Nobody knew what this movie was three weeks ago. And then you see ads for all over the place where it's really punching you in the face with the name Jj Abrams more than any other name. And it's got a lot of action and a lot of horror, and you're not really sure what the hell you're getting into. But it looks like there's a lot of stuff happening. And from what I've heard that's what you get. When you go see the movie a few of us going to go. Check it out tomorrow night. I'm very excited to see it all of a sudden, I did like spider's web a lot. And also like the Grinch a lot because I'm a sucker for a good Christmas movie. Hell I had fun with the nutcracker. Yeah. Remember how excited I was nutcracker before? I still have fun with that movie and the Grinch I enjoyed and that's a great family built in name-brand thing. But is it disappointing? If the Grinch only does fifty million dollars when you compare it to his his hairier, buddy. The Laura I think the the range right now is fifty five to sixty five Laura ex made what seventy I I'm going on the higher end of that range right now and saying between sixty and sixty five, but the movie has what is it a seventy five million dollars production budget for elimination and they? Just crush it time and time again with their movies. And given the fact that they're free and clear until Ralph breaks the internet comes out. I think they're gonna wind up with you know, to pretty solid weekends and the holiday cheer doesn't dissipate just because another animated movie enters that family friendly round. Well, I guess the Grinch is gonna make money. I liked it elimination makes these films at reasonable budgets, seventy five million for big animated movies pretty reasonable, especially when you're going to gross that back or come close to it on that first weekend. It's not a movie that I'm gonna see it really does feel like it's a kids movie, but I have loved the campaign. Like, I thought it's very clever all the posters around town. It just had a good sense of humor. So yeah, I think this is going to be another win for elimination and they all have to compete with bohemian rhapsody, which is already released this weekend. Just for funsies real quick. Did y'all like the Ron Howard live action? How's it going stole Christmas? Or did it totally turn you off a turn me off? Maybe I need to see the movie. I love Jim Carey lover on. I hated that movie. Why I'm not sure I didn't hate it. I don't I don't remember hating it. I remember seeing it once and never again. So that probably speaks to how I felt about it. The up was fantastic. They did on Jim Carey. But no that wasn't a good movie. Neither cat in the hat. Okay. Yeah. I just say those to get lumped together since it looks like it's like the same character on this with a different color scheme. Yeah. Well, Perry number off. She was disappointed that she didn't have the continuity of all these elimination of but she did have some continuity because over work produced by Jj Abrams as. The next movie we're talking about his production company bad robot. We'll be working on the thriller. Allu- Allison Janney has signed on to co star or star in the movie, she's going to play Liu who is the landlord of an apartment, and she teams up with a woman who wants to go after this child that was kidnapped. So it's got like a taken vibe, and it meets Doman Louise a little bit. That's the way it's being described and like we said from producer Jj Abrams. It's written my Maggie Cohn has done American crime story, and it's directed by anti-foreigner. She did underworld blood wars. But she's also an episode of Jessica Jones. So that balances it out in my head. Anyway, sounds like a fun action through our Allison Janney her character is is sorta hard scrabble. But also has this particular skill set that might apply to going to find a child that's been kidnapped. I love what I'm hearing with this. And it does fit in what we seen recently in action movies where we had nice runs with some middle age dudes that we're going go kick ass like Denzel, Washington and Liam Niessen Silvester, Sloan and expendable. And now we're starting to get that with the female continue. In what move you like widows? It's coming out next weekend. And now we have Allison Janney. Joining that train. I like everything I'm hearing so far from Lou how about you Jeff Snyder think of Jamie Lee Curtis in Halloween think of Linda Hamilton in Terminator coming up. This is we're gonna we're gonna see a lot more of these movies. And I think Allison Janney is an awesome candidate to get her own taken style movie. There's a little bit more than meets the eye to this log line. I think there's some surprises in store with this. Character the surprise that. I saw yesterday. It wasn't this casting news because I've been tracking it for a while. But I did not realize that paramount had put this project into turn around. I don't know why they kicked to the curb. It seemed like it could be made on a pretty low budget seemed like the right kind of project for something like a paramount players. But I guess it does skew a little bit older than the stuff that players has been making so bad robot. Now trying to raise financing to make it independently. And I'm grateful for that. But I'm surprised that another studio maybe even like a lion's gate wouldn't jump on something like this. No, well, they want production to start in the spring or summer of two thousand nineteen. So number off does this sound as of right now, we can movie that if you had the money you would finance or just if you wanna go see it, you'd spent fifteen bucks off. I had the money Allison Janney is in that category of actors out there who it doesn't matter what she's cast in. I will see it and the idea of her getting her own taken is really thrilling to me. I still need circle back and catch peppermint. I really did want to see Jennifer Gardner and that one, but I kind of like the the leading ladies kicking ass kind of thing. That's happening right now. And when I I read this story in this idea and just paramount being in the sentence there as the think of something like a quiet place like something that could pop really big at a nowhere. And it seemed like such a smart move for them. So the fact that they're abandoning it. Yeah. It's really surprising to me as well. But I mean, there's there's no doubt that based on the story now getting Allison Janney attach. I mean did paramount digit. Before they knew they would lock her is are we doing this lesnar that's impossible because I've been hearing Janney for for months had just been asked to sit tight because the project still hadn't come together. Maybe paramount was deciding what to do with it. And then in the end, they put it into turn around. Yeah. I'm just surprised that makes no sense to me female director female writer like this is the kind of project. It should be headlining. It seems like a no brainer. And she's super busy. Not only does she have her hit show. But she just wrapped the the Hugh Jackman movie bandage just get something else. Exciting coming up. Right. She's in Taylor's movie with Spencer. She's got a whole bunch of stuff. So yeah, it's a head scratcher. Well, we see the movie go into production soon because everybody here at the desk seems pretty excited about it. How about y'all comment and let us know each and every story as it comes by. What do you think about the news of the day, you can participate in the live chat? Or check out the podcast the podcast feed. It's called movie talk yet movie talking get mailbag, which is Perry show that she hosts on the weekends as well. As afterthoughts with Brian j are they still on? No, they might move Ryan j check him out on sight and sound one of my favorite podcasts. Listen to our next story. We're going back to eliminate and in a big way because elimination is going back to never very well. I don't know what it's called Shrek. But it's Shrek we're going back to Shrek. And this is courtesy of Chris Melander who is the ARCHE. Tek behind the despicable me. Millions franchise is wants to go back and revisit Shrek. So is it a reboot? Are we remaking Shrek? How can we have Shrek without the original voices? Mike Myers Shrek. Eddie Murphy is donkey Cameron Diaz is the Princess all these great Antonio Banderas the cutest creature to ever grace Grace's screen plus boots. Don't worry. Apparently, they want the original gas to come back. This is the quote from Alexandra that he told varieties looking for news stories to tell but he wants to keep the original Connick voices intact. When you look back on those vocal performances. They're awesome. And while you certainly can make a case for a complete reinvention. He finds himself responding to his own static feelings of wanting to go back to those characterizations challenge has been to find something that really does feel like it's not simply yet another film in a series of sequels. So Perry we're gonna get more Shrek movies. It appears from Bloomberg nation entertainment. There's certainly killing the game with the despicable me millions as we said with Dr Seuss family Shrek. It's time bright with these voices coming. Back to you rebooted. How do you work at because there had been a lot of Shrek sequels in it was somewhat diminishing returns for a while there? It doesn't matter if you reboot it or you continue with where you left off with the other movies. I don't think I care all that much. Yeah. It's surprising to because of the whole push and boots thing. You would think I would like a cute cat on the big screen adorable creature to ever grace the screen. Yeah. No. I think he's Doral to it's just these movies. Never really moved the needle for me. I think I appreciated the first track, but I just was never that into it. And now all I keep picturing is taking those Shrek movies and kind of like putting the the elimination glasses or lens over it and kind of turning it into what we see in those movies. And that makes it even less. Interesting to me, even though I have great respect for what they're building at elimination. Clearly, they have many successes. I am one of few that even like that minions movie. I. I like that a lot. I like sing they've got a lot of really successful films. But the second you take Shrek, and you put it under that same brand it it's somehow becomes even less appealing to me. It's still a little unclear which studio would actually handle the reboots. But right, melody Andreoli so closely. He's a senior adviser at DreamWorks who did the original Shrek movies but works closely with illumination while so maybe it's a team up. I'm not sure how all that business side of it works, Jeff. But just as a gesture of content. I know you're not big on animated movies. I know you've never seen the LEGO movie you claim to not want to go see the doctor Suess the Grinch movie this weekend. Would you go see Shrek reboot? If I give you the original cast. No, right. I actually really liked Shrek even like the sequel. I like this franchise like this character. But yeah, I've grown out of it. I'm too old for Shrek movies. I didn't see the last one. I think that this is a very diplomatic answer that millet. Andrea is giving here. I don't think there's any way that the cast will will return all these expensive. I think it's partially that which is a great point. But Cameron Diaz is retired. Right. She basically retired from the industry. Really? Yeah. This is retired any of that. Yeah. My she has her own slice on this modem wheel. Mike Myers, all but retired say realistic pops into stuff difference between being retired from the screen and coming into a studio for a week to do voice over Eddie pretty tired about it. I get it. But the point is is that that cast has run its course and in order to bring Shrek back and not have to be just a sequel. Like, you said it, you know, that that's the challenge to make it. So it's not another film in a series of sequels. That is how things are linked in our heads. It's not by characteristics by actors such a block quote to like, you're you're spot on with that that that quote does I look for it in that, zinc. He's they're going to read they're going to get a whole new cast. And frankly, they need a whole new design for Shrek may need to just redesign the character and put them in that under that elimination sorta style animation is it tough to do to just reboot Shrek entirely without recycling. The jokes that they're using and trek, I mean, how do you make Shrek it because there's so much from the world of fairy tales that they're throwing at you in each and every one of those movies that it just if you're doing that, and you rebooting it and you're not bringing back the original cast any of the original cast, and you're not doing a sequel your restarting it, it just feels like you're gonna be treading such familiar ground. It's not even worth it. And that's coming from somebody who loves seeing the Grinch, which is pretty much just the same version of the animated movie in a different style. It seems like such a stupid risk to take too. I mean, obviously the Grinch in the Laura axis side, but eliminationist found so much success with original properties. Why do you just because you have this under the universal banner? Now why? Why do you have to dip your towing this when you can keep making original conduct because it's great IP that universal should reboot. It's been a while. I do feel like they have waited the appropriate length to sort of let Shrek play out and bring it back. Well at the box, all I'm just I I don't know how you make the movie appropriate length or we hoping that young young movie goers out there have completely for hot. The two when was pushing boots. I mean, I don't even know. So what was it? Whatever the Shrek the for the fourth movie was Shrek the fourth whatever the hell, it was Shrek forever after it had to have been ten years ago. So I think the yeah after you wait ten years. Seven for pushing books. But then we're talking about pre two thousand eleven for the fourth direct. I think they've waited long enough. But I think elimination needs to put its own stamp on it, and that means a complete redesign a completely different approach. Get rid of all the fairytale stuff. We've seen the fairy tales broken down that that was a decade ago. So they need to find the next story angle. And then they need to recast. All right, Elliot. Bullet the second in the chat room says Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy or not retired. You freaking idiot. Well, first of all Elliot have I use in class with us. We're not saying that retired. But actually, Jeff Cameron Diaz is retired. She said, she's retired. She she. Okay. Mike Myers is just he's not recognizable to young people. Like, you know, he's popping up look at where Mike Myers career is he's doing the gong show. He's popping up for bad scenes and bohemian rhapsody. I don't know, man. Like an Eddie Murphy. Same deal you making Netflix movies. He's not Eddie Murphy anymore. These guys are different than where they were in the in the industry fifteen years ago, all of them. Yeah. I don't know that they that. It's worth it to pay them. What they would probably ask. I think that's the problem because I want to see them come back. But again, I'm not the target demographic. Let me tell you who that or be that'll be Josh Gad. It'll be James corden. Okay. I could see that. The original voice was going to be I do weight. I don. Did you know this? Chris farley. Yes. It was Chris Farley any unfortunately passed away and like Meyer stepped in did a great job as Shrek. I think that they should just do more than boots movies because the first movie did not live up to hell Doral that character is it's I mean, it's it's shocked. I'm shocked to hear the Perry was just kind of looked won't. Because again that it's did you see the cat and he's got the little boots. And he's over shit. I saw I saw that. But I've got my own cat at home that I can dress up in very Yukon time rate supporting character did not need his own movie. No, he hit the little boots. No, he he he's the kills it for a few scenes, and that's it. I'm just saying a studio was built on Shrek and entire animation studio, then it it didn't do as well. They started making some bad calls ended up getting bought out by universal. And now they melted onto overseeing elimination. Andrew Mark animation. Two different staffs and everything. But yeah, I think you gotta just let redo his own thing here. And don't be a. Flavor to history. Well, he is doing his own thing in other realms as well, but still might be very infatuated with history and with current at are of some note in the last thirty years, and that was Super Mario brothers. Chris melador Andrews also talking to variety about this possible reboot where he said that the nineteen Ninety-three movie isn't actually a blessing in disguise of sorts not because anybody would ever want to go re watch that disaster. Like, I saw in the theater and just I've no idea what the hell I saw. But he says that he likes this was not done. Well, the first time because it's more exciting and more worthy than simply making another version of that film. It was incredibly well done to begin with. So basically meld Andres talking about the opposite of Shrek because Shrek was very well done. And now you would have the problem of trying to surpass that or equal that with a rebooted version was Super Mario brothers. There is no sweat currently. They're working on an animated version of Super Mario Bros. That would be a big screen hopeful franchise for the company, and you have no obligation to stick to anything. Didn't one thousand nine hundred movie did. A matter of fact, you should watch that if for no other reason just to say, we're not doing anything of this sort. We're just making a good Super Mario brothers film. So it's in priority development is what we hear. But that could mean it's in theaters by two thousand twenty two I'm probably not going to be alive. Then prepare number off. I'm betting you will is super. Mario brothers going to be a hit. Is it actually going to come out giving me that credit? I do try to live a healthy lifestyle. You're passing up screening opportunity to go to the gym. I have I am. I feel like every single time. We talk about this. Well, for two reasons actually, I'm gonna get really embarassed everytime. We talk about this movie one. I know you're all going to make fun of how I say mareo. I can't help it. I say mareo, not Mario. That's just how I'm gonna say Mary you that. That. One to getting married to jump over the little levers. That's where my dad was was never able to get past world one to well. I'm gonna keep saying Mary out, even though you're all going to make fun of me. And also, you're gonna make fun of me. But I watched that ninety three movie way too much. I was really little when that movie came out, and I got a kick out of it. And I will always look back on it fondly, even though at this point. I know it's a steaming pile of garbage. But I just remember many childhood memories of watching that movie over and over something can I say how impressed I am with you with your bold choice. Would you know the world is watching right now, we're not acids practice? I feel like I might have said it once before and I got like a whole bunch of Goumba gifts or something. I took a bold stand. And I applaud paradigm number off again. Thank you for the support. It is greatly appreciated on this on this voting. They don't have my vote. But I appreciate you being you and being on east. Appreciate. It you expressing your different opinion in kind way. Mar not like Eliot come on. But this is an interesting thing for for elimination to pick up as well or melody Andrea to be working on the only thing that put me off a little bit about this story is when he says in his quotes that oh it doesn't seem like many people out. There are embracing the source material or the people who started things like this. Because I maybe it's just because I've seen to movies recently, where they do just that I was reading about a private war, and and how diligent they were about bringing the true story to that onscreen and green book the same way with involving the real family. I know they're not the same movies. We're talking about here. But that quote put me off a little bit. But I am looking forward to seeing what elimination can do with something like this because I believe this is something that was set in the dot com article. It's not like mareo really has a really in depth story that could necessarily translate to a story that would need to carry a full feature. So I'm looking forward to them taking some sort of creative liberties and really fleshing out a story. Could be a lot of fun to watch. All right. Well, I signed off on the fact that the supermarket Rosanna baited movie can at least be better than what we saw nineteen Ninety-three Perry. Number off also giving her vote of confidence. And now I hesitate to keep just nighters Mike hot because he's he's a tough guy to win over when it comes to animated fare just Neider Super Mario brothers. This will be the biggest animated movie of all time. What are you? Certes is money. You can't ask what is the biggest enemy time. Do we know probably Toy Story somewhere other shooting the beach look that up on their computer? Lazy? You get. Super. Mario brothers is the greatest it is the greatest video game ever created. And you're probably watching this while you play red dead redemption to in the back under forty nine or whatever that allows you got going. But believe me when I say you had to be there all the super. Mario brothers games were incredible. Yeah. The movie is terrible Perry. Terrible. But it has no bearing on this. I love that this property is in melody Andras hands at elimination. I think we've waited if anything intended waited too long because now you do have all these other like big video game properties. Like if they had done this ten fifteen years ago, we'd still be talking about it a lot of it's going to be dependent on the voices. You know, do they cast as Mario Luigi and Princess, peach, and bows and Kupa to all that all that stuff. But yeah, I as you can tell I'm super excited for this way excited for this. Then the sonic the hedgehog movie. Yeah. This is I think this is a great idea, and they should be counting. Their lucky stars that they got the intendo gave them the rights and licensed the characters to them. And just said do what you want. I'm sure they're strict mandates from the Nintendo corporation like, you know, you can't have Mario doing this or that very protective over. That's why wasn't in record. Right. Exactly protective, very protective. But I do hope that they pay Omayad to like the legacy of the games and the way that the. Graphics developed and also the music. I mean, God I can hear just a few of those notes from the Maya games in everything comes flooding back. So I think the trick will be to to cater to folks like us who grew up playing Mario. And then today's current generation of youths. I would say survivor. This is the best video game of all time. I'm partial tetris because I'm the greatest tetris player that ever lived big tech mobile fan, red dead, redemption. Here's great. Would you be up for a red redemption movie? Do you think isn't that isn't that game? Just custom made for an epic western early like ten episode series on Netflix. I play the game. I'm not a gamer everything I'm hearing is like people can't put this people had trouble voting today. It's seven hundred million dollars in the first weekend. So it's like a magic like everything that we talked about Black Panther took them. How many months to get the seven hundred million? These guys did in three days. Yeah. But you know, the red dead redemptions of the world take a while to make. So sure I can they also cost if you're sixty bucks a person instead of ten twelve dollars. I'd rather get a bubble bobble movie. Bubble bobble. Great barely made by elimination who would play bubble who would play bobble. I don't know. I'll go for a Kirby's adventure Jenner Bahasa appear in this. I feel I think curvy show the one character. And this is going to be using periodic before nineteen Ninety-three movie, the one character that I do not need to see anywhere near my super. Mario brothers movie. Yoshi you get the hell out of there. You take that dinosaur and you're back in my day. We didn't need dinosaurs. To help us rescue a Princess. We just got to the Princess on our own strength, and will and fireballs and you need to source as what universal does best at that dinosaur out of there. All right, man. You you're going to see them plush toys, they're going to sell are there any voices, though, that come to mind for Super Mario? Yeah. Who would you like to play? That's tough. Deniro? The more grisly. Get deniro. Good you because you know, he's got that younger brother conflicts where Mario goals, you do the whole thing again or get radio to. Okay. So Jeff pose the question, what is the highest grossing animated movie of all time, fun fact could actually bet came out choice. Sorry. It is not the movie actually came out this year. This year highest grossing film animated, what am I forgetting is an incredible to it isn't credible to its lifetime gross just over six hundred million dollars. Stick your look. Yeah. Worldwide numbers don't matter. They matter but worldwide, what's the what's the one after we get to Twitter question. Okay. We'll talk more. Kayblie Jesse Tyler Ferguson. This amazing six year old player. That's amazing. I was eating pennies at that age three on NBC, four months of anticipation, and it all comes down to today. Stay with news four and NBC news for breaking updates and expert analysis as the election results, come in it what it all means for your family working for you during decision twenty eighteen. Real quick guys. If you're a DC fan you've got to check out the latest live action series titans. 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So check it out joined the ultimate DC membership at DC universe dot com. Kayblie Jesse Tyler Ferguson. This amazing six-year-olds Yandell player. That's amazing. I was eating pennies at that aid today at pre-owned four months of anticipation, and it all comes down to today. Stay with news four and NBC news for breaking up dates and expert analysis as the election results, come in it what it all means for your family working for you during decision twenty eighteen we're going to take your Twitter question. I'm going to start doing this right now at collider video use the hashtag collider movie talk tomorrow, we gotta stack day on collider. That includes the rule of two new collider live is at ten AM and collider heroes boss movie talk. We'll be back normal time normal station. Four PM in the PT so move onto Twitter questions and your first one comes from Joe germ. Oh lewitt's. And Joe says, hey, collider SABA siemian rhapsody this weekend is going to give away the spoiler. But he liked the cameo in the movie, what are some of your guys is favorite cameos in movie history. His. Is in Thor ragnarok, when you get Matt Damon, I didn't know this Matt Damon news, Matt Damon, Sam Neill, and Luke Hemsworth are also in that scene. No idea that Dr Alan grant, or Liam Hemsworth. We're in that scene. You know, at this gives me an excuse to bring up yet again that you should watch. What's that euro trip? Yeah. They'll never seen your Draymond euro trip out here in Europe. You should probably see euro trip. I will go see your keep saying it until you see is your favorite cameo of all time. No, probably not. I can't think of my favorite of all time right now. But that definitely was the first one that came to mind because we've been talking about euro trip, and you just brought up Matt Damon. Okay. So just nine her favorite cameo beat Perry at her own game, west craven and scream. Okay. I do. I really. Yeah. That's a great great. Okay. You guys are really missing some easy softballs here. David Letterman and cabin. Boy. Cameo fantastic cameo. Sam kennison in back to school Alice Cooper in the first Wayne's world hysterical. I I enjoyed Aerosmith and second Wayne's world. So there's a lot of good candy is out there. If you know where to look all right, and now now, we get back to the international box office, and it was frozen for animated froze. Yeah. What it go Rosen? Just edging out. What? Yeah. Incredible to right. There you go. I never threes. Millions number four is Toy Story three and number five is despicable me three. So talking about elimination Super Mario brothers can do it. I think if you're frozen is all you gotta do one point two billion easy way. You might have thought that it was frozen too. Keep in mind, a new frozen train coming God. All right. Thanks for that question. Joe? We will go to Kristen off Rio. And he says how long before Warner Brothers tries to launch a Hanna Barbera cinematic universe. He'd have Scooby doo. There's wants. That is an active development. They are working on that. Okay. Now is that something that you would find appealing is that going to compete with your super? Mario brothers pants. You know that depends. Because I think that they could do something interesting with like the Jetsons and some of those other properties. I it all depends. How long how young they would skew? I just don't know. Okay. Perry number off you into a hanna-barbera universities pretty into Scooby doo and the Jetsons. So I think I would mind that. But haven't we spoken before about a possible Jetson something or other whether it was a TV series or waste? Yeah. It's creative director. Well, let's leave that with one are brothers, and they can make it their own way. Thoughts on scrappy dues involvement in the Scooby doo family. Yeah. Your name. Hey. Scrappy do for the sequel saving for this. I used to be so scrappy doo puppy dog thing. I caught an episode of Scooby doo with my my niece couple of years ago. Horrid character gets scrappy do out of there. Little annoying him and Yoshi can go get a they can go room that could be that could be a movie never know is now riding Yoshi. But yeah, Tim stories developing Tom and Jerry over at Warner Brothers. Chris Columbus is working on Scooby doo thing. So, you know, one of others is not it's not slacking off in terms of the Hanna Barbera characters. Okay. Well, there you go. Chris mine, how your handlebar very universe sooner rather than later. We have one more question today. And you know, who comes from who I'm nervous comes from somebody there. They're handled name is N A R. I. Oh. Don't make me say I'm going to say, and I'm going to own its mareo. Thank you. Because here's the question that I'll give you the PS first the postscript says Perry, you're saying mareo, correct? So the person's name is Mary O. So I guess we have to buy it by perr, Saint Mary. Oh, because like when people tell me because I can't use chopsticks, and I eat sushi with my hands. I'm correct, I'm not up six either. I every single time I go to restaurant, and I get sushi grace and Alicia insists that they will they won't let me they insist that I get the little kitty thing to like put in between under the won't have to get sushi. The problem is is the only two she Maria's question is would you rather see said would you like to see the rocks black Adam and this re-shoots or Henry Cavill superman? So here's the I'm going to spend his question a little bit. And I'm going to say what are the odds saying to you is it more likely that we're going to get Henry Cavill superman in a reshoot of. She's am or the rocks. Black Adam can you make him go? I feel like he knows something. I don't know. Look on your face. I'm gonna say, Henry Cavill because there are just too busy. I don't know where he'd even squeeze in the shooting days. Fair point. Understand. I don't I don't like these moves that set up the next movie and the next big character. Like why why waste it is. There anybody else that you can think of and I would toss superman in this boat that you could think of pops into one seen as a quick candy or post credits scene. They would single handedly up the box office by millions of dollars the way that the rock would I amp? There's only one answer to that. What's your answer? It's wonder woman. Yeah. Woman is the only one that would affect that kind of boxoffice change. I think the Rockwood I think I think the rock is black Adam's not Batman or superman. If it's a new bet man, that's a good Batman. Then I still I still would give women the edge there. I think wonder woman is the one who can make a difference. I would give that credit to Batman superman and wonder woman, but just talking real possibilities. I don't know maybe even Margot Robie as Harley Quinn to kind of tea up birds of prey, I don't think that's completely out of the. Ability. But if we're reducing it to superman or black Adam I actually think I would side with black Adam at this point just because it started as one movie, I don't know it still feels like the rocket super passionate about that. Maybe it'll happen. I don't know. I feel like the superman the ministerial to thing is just so so far off right now. I mean to me superman wonder woman Vami, and these are not popping characters and shouldn't be used that way. Anyways. I think if you are going to tie shoes am into the you a little bit. At least I think that you bring in Ezra Miller is the flash. Okay. I did enjoy that character chess asleep, but I enjoyed Justice league. So what the hell do I now? Thank you guys for tuning in. And thanks Elliott. We accept your apology. You're good egg after I'll just, you know, don't toss the frequent word around be nice to us. And we'll be nice to you. That's rough. That's just Neider. Thank you for. Nobody has the onscreen persona quite like, it shifts. Cd Wall Street. Thank you guys for tuning into movies talk throat to the Y to say goodbye, we'll see all back here tomorrow. Kayblie Jesse Tyler Ferguson this amazing six year olds year. No player. That's amazing. I was eating pennies at that aid today. Three four months of anticipation, and it all comes down to today. Stay with news four and NBC news for breaking up dates and expert analysis has the election results come in. It would all means for your family working for you during decision twenty eighteen day. Mark Marquette is here again, if you're a DC Faneuil definitely want to check out the latest live action series titans available now on DC universe. The series premiered on October twelfth you get new episodes. Available to stream every Friday the first original series. The launch on a universe is titans at a group of young soon to be superheroes. You have Robin. His alter ego is dick Grayson raven who's also Rachel Roth Corey Anders turns into star fire and Garlos and my favorite name of all time becomes beast. Boy, the group gets caught up in a conspiracy to bring about hell on earth. You heard me, right. Hell on earth. We're going to need some superheroes. They become a surrogate family and a team of heroes. It's a gritty take on the teen. Titans. Franchise from. -secutive producer geniuses like, Akiva, Goldsman, Geoff Johns. Greg Berlanti Greg Walker Sarah Scheckter and John Fawcett titans. Explores one of the most popular comic book teams of all time. And right now, it's available only on DC universe. It's on all your favorite devices. It's only seven ninety nine a month or do you want to get the yearly membership? It's twenty percent off. So join the ultimate DC membership today. Just had a DC universe dot com. Kayblie Jesse Tyler Ferguson, this amazing six-year-old piano player. That's amazing. 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Call a virginia problem gambling helpline at eight eight eight five. Three two thousand five hundred wrapper screening me a hey. Hey everybody my name is doug and i love mugs. Frosty this is. Doug loves movies as well as douglas. Movies is presented by cb rolling papers which ocd paper you choose. You can be assured all papers vegan. Free chlorine free and die free coming once again from. We're gonna make it. Maybe with another homes alone edition it sunday april tenth. Twenty twenty one for my guest today or kyle airs paget brewster in iowa cash. Hello everybody i love. Everyone's everyone's so polite. So let's let's meet everybody individually alphabetically. Starting with a kyle. Eyars is here. Hello kyle what was good to be here again. You're there returning champ. That's right you You won silly games last week and so you're here again and of course You're the host of the habits. Seen it odd cast which is named after your general General knowledge level general trivia knowledge level. Exactly yeah i think one last week because everyone else missed enough questions that the victory points fell to me and i'll take that all it comes down to strategy sometimes but i really I thought i was bringing real ringer. When when a guy's hosting a podcast about movies i think. Oh this guy. He's going to move. The show is called having seen it and it really is about a people not see. He's never seen it is a pocket. I have comedians rewrite movies. They've never seen so. It's like what we put a lot of effort into not watching things now. Listen i really need you to consider changing it to have seen that like being wrong. I could do that. I could just change the title. I'd appreciate it. You gotta get bumped in the alphabet you you know. When you're listed alphabetically advent comes blame for never But leads me your competitors today starting with the letter b. That of course is paget brewster. Hello paget hello in what. I listened to Last week's show. So i know who i'm up against and what's going to happen. Oh did you feel like you rake. Show oh thanks is and you feel like you see you know what Kyle's all about. Yeah but i think he's going to beat me all right though. I like your realistic attitude. Thank you zooming lot together lately because the both of us are part of the dream team over art and marines. Will you really. Where would you will you million acceptance around. Yeah almost screwed that one up to and of course your recent guests on wide world ducks so thank you for for joining us over here and oh well thank you. Have you your mail. Promotional tear lately. Tell us about what you're promoting. Oh hey guys. Sunday nights at midnight on adult swim. There's a new cartoon called bird girl From the creators of harvey birdman attorney at large in the vein of space. Ghost in harvey birdman is an irreverence office. Comedy with a lot of chasing bed technological creations and robbers. And there's a character that's a cat with bird mask on it. Sh- do record your You know your lines for this program in the same spot. You're sitting right now now. They say what they want. Something much more high tech. I bet if my sound that bad what do i do know. Pick your sounds great. That's why i thought. I thought we were just gonna talk about. Isn't it funny that you you're on this big show and you recorded in the same place. You're coding my dump show but turns out. I was wrong about that so sorry yeah no. That's that's in a padded booth a little tiny booth. That's where i record that stuff. That's where you go whenever like feeling a little crazy. What no. I have to record like real. I hope i'm laying on the couch like we did with douglas. I mean i'm wide world of doug's which i thought was so it's so nice to do a zoom not unfortunate. I mean i would like to see everybody but at the same time it also feels very intimate to just do audio. So i feel like it's a therapy session. I'm laying sideways. On a hsieh's i think that'd be awesome to have a panic room that has had because you got you got something to do while you're in there so like running into the walls of be five also joining us today. The letter c. I don't think i've ever had guests. His last name's lineup. Abc like this. It's so i get excited about strange things these days but Cash is back. Hello iowa how loud Health threat to anyone in this coroner. That's part of the fun is that you all have absolute no You know you're all only only you're gonna lose today. That's that's an exciting kind of competition to me. Bad i think is the real competition. Who's it who is going to be the best loser. Also i guess for the record. I'm in full. Beat like i did not know this was just. This was just audio so like i have lip gloss eyeliner. I did not brush my hair but you know put on clothes very disappointed. No one seeing. Us effort. Do you wanna turn your video on. I'd like to see you know because they've now it's going to be a disappointment. I mean i do have eyeliner on but my full beat is not is not a not bad glam not just to show paget for a second of spoken of it so wait hold on. I even had the ring light which gives me a headache here. My so impressed. i'll show you. I look like shit actor still coming up. Have to work it out. Oh hello oh that's great. It's great fabulous. The ring light saves us all invests in arena stock early on. Well yes thank you for dressing and going away now you you look successful pageant for. I look like i'm trying. What was i guess. Say oh yeah. hey sorry. Sorry to jump in guys real. Quick i see. I think you're the microphone on your headphones is brushing up against your hair Fabulous hair your. If you don't mind like calling it out like you mentioned too from your face i will. This will be edited out although just explain to the audience like that my fabulous hair was interrupting the it adds to the okay. We we we descend on. Her hair. looks incredible. And you said you didn't even do anything with it and it just dries like that. That's not fair. yeah. I've got good hair. I'm italian and jewish it. There's a lot of it worry. My leg hair grows back by five o'clock. So there's there's bad things about it too. Winter starts when are we starting right depart where we promotes latest movie. It's called. We broke up and stars. William jackson harper people know as chidi from that show. Good place P plays dug in his movie. We broke up so that right there would about that is not enough. Doug representation on the screen. The last i remember is dude. It the anybody. I know notoriously breast the same every day. Yeah that's the theme song from doug. Yeah wow this is somewhere pretty funny cocaine in around. What's his last name. Funny isn't it okay. it is it is i. I hear about the show every once in a while because my name is doug but it didn't fall into like i wasn't watching cartoons or whatever Whenever that was on So i didn't. I never saw the show. I even knew a girl friend of mine was like a big sister to a kid who went every time she'd see me she called me funny and i just thought because i make jokes all the time and turns out when i found out that was the characters name like. She's just she's really burning me. Actually the film we broke up. Can you tell us a little bit about it. Yeah it's like a romantic comedy but less romantic and more comedy. It's it's It starts at the end of a relationship but they decided to stay together for her sister's wedding so they pretend to be together for the weekend and comedy ensues. It's got a lot of great people. Tony cavallero sarah. Bolger kobe libby. I mean there's just a really fun. Cast emily pendergast. Best last name ever. It's a just a really good group of people. And it'll it'll make you giggle. Where where where's it in honors april. Sixteen go if you're back st- get go see the movie. Do the vaccine view or if you still have to stay at home. It's on digital on april twenty third. Yeah wait for it. Can i wait until the twenty third new can. We'll take your money either way. Great thank you. I will pay. They're still going to be broke up whenever yuko. So just get to when you can pageant when you're not you know when you're not in close and what i do now on. Shares is their caviar nearby. now no man torito's and caviar would be perfect Box office report is Kind of exciting this week because Godzilla vs kong made sixty million dollars at the nation's movie theaters while still being on what you call it. Hbo max at the same time. So movies are back you guys. I'm ready. I said to my husband today i said. Do you want to go to the movies this week because we are fully faxed as of this week. And i mean i'm fully developed. I should say because you have to wait for the own immunity response. And i am. I am fully developed as of next week. So we're going to go to the movies. Sounds a little to say than fully I'm fully developed now. So let's take in a film. i'm i'm in. I'm in puberty of of my vaccination right but like like for you probably nothing but like for people that aren't part of the seven. How sixty get when you get the shots. I got very sick. I because again we have to separate benazzi from the actor. I got very ill actually for my and so glad you reminded me because i was gonna put nazi actress. Aia cash as your descriptors in space actress in their limited. That's right here right. I might have to just go with nazi. I not not a nazi. And those are my tits. Those are the things i'll say about back character. Which what are you more defensive about I paused fox either. By now that is the answer. Isn't it terrific We gotta take a break already. 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Only new customers only restrictions apply see draftkings dot com slash sportsbook for details if you or so many has a gambling problem. Call virginia problem gambling helpline at eight eight eight five. Three two thousand five hundred. We're back at his answer. Recommendation nation kyle knows the drill. I asked each of my guests on each show. And i guess paget listened to the last show. She heard that. Kyle's recommendation was a little underground movie. People are aware of called blade runner and it of course ran away with the With the call. When i did a poll of the three movies recommended last week because of course. He is a classic. And it's a great choice. Kyle but what do you have for us this week. This week i was able to watch for the first time. Ever drop dead gorgeous. I had never seen drop dead gorgeous before. I got to watch it. I liked it a lot. That's a kirstie alley vehicle. Yes i love. Allison janney so. I think that i would watch four hours if you told me. Choosing the snyder cut for a minute. I would watch it. That's alex how much allison janney watch the whole four hours. Just because her one minute the in but maybe like owns a a restaurant or something that that man eats at. I'm not sure Maker cut for you. Where every once in a while just flashes on the screen coming up. Allison janney janney cut. Were just her teasing going to be in the movie. Not even a superhero. Just the mom of some kid who likes superman. I don't know but it was. I i liked it. I don't i don't know anything about it. It's obviously not a brand new movie or anything. I just sort of watched it. And i thought it was funny. I laughed a lot. What's it called again. Drop dead gorgeous rob. I 'cause i get it confused with the miss congeniality movies but this one's just straight up about a beauty pageant or is there actual deaths in may have of i would you know i don't wanna spoil too much of anything. There's probably a what's what's it been like. Twenty years now came on like ninety nine or two thousand. I don't wanna give anything away back of their life. Where we scream. Amy adams amy adams is in it. I looked i'm this is just as good as it gets Kirsten dunst it's a great. The cast is brittany. Murphy's in it if you watch it not knowing everything. I just said you'll be surprised but you just say all that so i like it though i like knowing you know gives me comfort knowing messy on those actors and but yeah it is. It is also a spoiler because it's fun to to be just watching a movie and not aware of who some of the great supporting roles you know people. It'll pop up all that this in this. It's fun to watch. There's a lot of could it made worth. I enjoyed it all right. Digi d d g is. Kyle's pick for the week paget. Is there a movie that you really like. You're just confident that you know people will love it if they just give us a watch. Yeah the movie under siege from nineteen ninety-two starring steven seagal. Who i know is probably a jerk. But it's a great movie. have you seen it. I have an a not only a fan of that movie. But i also appreciated the sequel under senior senior. Dark territory very good movies. They're both way more entertaining than they have the right to be an excellent excellent choice paget. I'm glad you like those films. I really you're telling me case you backs on that. So there's just they're great. It's it's just a great action film. I think it's i think it's a flawless action. Though and tommy. Lee jones is like that's like the one time out. Great actor got tricked into sharing screen with You know with steven seagal. Although michael cain got the memo little late he was in that one in alaska. But but you know what. I mean like Tommy lee jones really lifts that movie up. I just you know by being just being there isn't gary busey in it too. Yep yeah gary wild address in address with with False breasts for significant portion of of the action. Does anybody real rest anymore. It's fake breasts. Everywhere you turn you know what though i will say that erica. Lean eac is a fabulous looking woman and yeah rate. She was great. Yep she's she was good as it's our in a good one. I love the undersea scholar of sorts. I watched it twice. i love. I watched it watched it and then watch the second one and then watched it again. And are you gonna try any other steven seagal movies are you. Are you aware of just these guys. You forget they're all lined up. What's what's for free. That i could speak into my in my remote control and say steven seagal see what comes up and whatever i can watch for free in saved. But they they they clearly everything degenerated year-by-year loves to write we'll also. He started off shaky to like he had a couple there. Were not that great. That kind of put him on the map and then under siege came along and Yeah i think those two movies are just like far and away his crowning achievements. I can't even think of another one. That i even would saint. I like maybe executive decision with kurt russell but again they you know they got kurt. Russell in there Occur russell and steven seagal executive decision to ask them. You might wanna check it out. It's it's interesting. i can't tell you why. Because it's a big spoiler cast s. Please recommend a movie. I have been on a total ninety s movie kick as well and found about ninety percent of them are incredibly problematic now. So it's hard to recommend them. And yet i still have love for them. So i'm recommending this movie because it's only got one problematic plotline from the nineties. It's a fabulous movie. There is an issue that you know now looking back. You're like that's ridiculous. But i am recommending soapdish which i feel like i am the only person i know i keep saying oh i'll make soapdish reference and nobody seems to have seen it which is crazy to me because it's an incredibly funny movie with sally field. Kevin kline cathy moriarty Elizabeth shue whoopi goldberg. Like it's got a crazy funny world yanni junior junior. Yeah yeah no. It's really it's and it's got like a. It's a fun like score. That's really bound. See an a tone to it. I mean kevin kline just in a comedy is are you know you're already in such good shape there and everybody else is so good to and You know and then also just doing a great job of making fun of all the daytime tv tropes. But i recently did a game douglas movies about so dish and all three of my guess were just had no idea what i was talking about. Really i mean now unseen it. You've seen it cherish. It's great movie. i love it. I've seen that at least three times. At least yeah. It's it's a great movie there. Is that one issue but when you issue is. Is there like a transplant. It's it's pretty transphobic. It's not it's not only you're right. You're right yeah. But you know. A lot of these nineties movies that Sort of i watched growing up and loved have have some religious in them. So it's interesting to go back and watch them and see them through. What is shockingly new. Is i mean i. I think it's crazy. I didn't notice back then. But i was a teenager. So i'm gonna chock it up. Yeah that's the thing i you do. Sometimes i remember back when you watch these things again to like i didn't get a lot of stuff. Slide in in that You know sixteen candles because good stuff in there. But even when i even came and i was young and it was aimed at me i was just like why do they keep banging gong. Every time this guy what he enters the scene like his. But i thought it was more like just hacky comedy rather than i was more concerned about it just being lame rather than it being racist you know. Yeah and it turned out. It was both but that's comedy just in a racist way. Yeah but you know that was. I was already being kind of critical and things that seem to derivative her or a lame like that but then but then the racism like the more you think about it too. In other words it gets that guy that played at parties still like yeah. I so founded that character. But i hear you he. He's just like you know just sort of stock. Because as he is he's popular. He's very popular with people Even even though it's a terrible terrible portrayal but these are three great recommendations. I'm gonna. I might watch all three of these this week just to be on the same page as everybody because now i ask everybody that listed show to to the gloves movies twitter account and i will set it up so that everybody could vote on. Which one of these threes. Their favorite on the honor system. You have to have seen all three of them. I don't know if any of them. I don't know where they're streaming but probably somewhere is usually the answer. Are you all ready to play some games. Yeah all right cool are going to start with the new game that we've been having a lot of fun with paget. We didn't play last week so He'll be everyone will be equally in the dark about. This game is called rolling with it and it's presented the game a sponsor for one of the games that sow at crazy. This things getting It's presented by o. Be rolling papers. Today show is presented by o. Cb rolling papers oc be is the largest rolling paper brand in the world has been one with nature crafted naturally since one thousand nine eighteen. See you know. They've perfected the process for consistently great sash time after time in perfect harmony with sustainable practices the highest quality textile papers responsibly sourced and sustainably crafted have always been the signature. Oh cb offers a full line of papers. Made with sustainable fibers including flax would virgin organic hemp bamboo and come in a full line of sizes in both booklets and cones no. 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And it's a bidding game so the basic idea. What's that when it kyle. I didn't say anything what i'm here. I didn't hear anything. Maybe i did. But i do. I might bump my microphone. I thought somebody said so. Take but this is what happens when we have all our cameras off. Okay so We'll start with kyle. I'll name an actor actress. And then you tell me how many movies of that person you can name in a minute in sixty seconds and you know. I may sound like have race o'clock because he's earned actress that you're going to say oh i can. I can name fifty movies Then we go to paget. Paget can either add more needs or challenge kyle to do it. And if she challenges kyle than If he succeeds he gets the point if he fails educates point and from paget louisana off. We go got it. This is the one time you want cameras on. Because i mean you could cheat really on this one right. Yeah i guess so. I guess you could quickly pull up. A list of that. Person's movies can read them all but if they're if they're like in alphabetical or committed one movies appearances. That could be like decide. It's like a side game in. This game is thought. The cheater name credited cameo appearances from their early enes. Appearances on conan back in two thousand seven was jesse. The i know you were one hundred. That's not a movie okay. Be cheating and dumb. I'm gonna give you all the credits. All cheaters are done. Okay here we go the first name kyle hard to pronounce but a great actress sherzah ronin. So here's the pro. I don't know who that is. That's good that's what's great about this game. I'm going to bid zero. I challenge no challenge. You zero movies also Normally i would coerce. Kyle into and debating one and and you know and then hoping that edgy. Would agit. Would have mercy on his soiled. Could maybe name one. If it spelled away that it doesn't sound or something no. I don't think i don't know who this is confident enough to even swing at one. Yeah i love that about you. I'll so pageant we'll just go to you paget if you can name any i think you can name some In movies so how many do you think you can make. I can name to k solid solid bid. Okay so now. Do i do it or does asia challenge me. And then she challenges. That's all right. We've already established. I'm up in coming. It's your name your name is not spilled out all the way i'm reclined. I can definitely name three possibly four. But i go three. What if i came over the top with four. He knows this. But i like to over promise. You don't challenge me. Three own mean any so. I was trying to think of a more fun named call you. I think i'm gonna say if she gets the point here. Okay lady bird. Oh okay okay. Here's one that y'all probably don't know. I do because my friend directed at nicole beckwith. Stockholm sundance hit. And this is the one. I'm not actually sure that no four. You're explain what atonement. Yes yes correct love. I only knew hannah. I was gonna say little women will yes little ones not being sure. Sure know who. This is an could've done six. Kyle ask what am i saying. Sure shea. I just corrected you with probably the wrong pronunciation. Don't listen to me but it's our one time on. Snl do a song about how it's pronounced. And that's where. I thought i learned how to say it right. But you know how that god's cherchel sure shat sear shirt a great name. Sure sure i mean. I've got ronin down cold. I could say that was no okay. So that means is on board with one point. Congratulations iowa and all. You need two points to win this game. Padgett you gotta go first this time. Oh and then kyle. And then. I moved the order. Okay all right Paget the films with claire. Danes the films of claire danes. So homefront doesn't count. We're human not not bad home. Fries doesn't can't land homeland or doesn't care okay okay okay claritin's clinics. Yeah ok okay. Hold on hold on. I can name i can name three now. That's a strong opening bid. Kyle do you know who claire danes is. I do know who cleared hanes. It's been outs- clarify donnas on the spot. I could say or i. Could you know what i can. Can i go more than one. Over hawk for i'll go four says four com name. Those movies nice scott a roll with it only got see seconds on the clock tough. All right. Ready kyle ready. I'm holding my hand up okay. She's in the romeo and juliet with leonardo di caprio. She is in The third Terminator three have to know the tagline. We would appreciate it Terminator three here the machines. That can't be it can't okay. Um she's in nicole. Kidman is in it the hours and did i get the point. For the terminator. Now oh okay. She's not going to get with today's eighty four. You said five shun of a bitch. He said i think he said seven matt damon movie called the she's in the rainmaker. It's rise of the machines. it's called rise of the machines. I'm looking. I'm trying to figure out. What the poster looked like. It was the first term mayor i saw. I wouldn't times on how many i said four. Which four did you say our romeo in romeo and juliet. I didn't know in the rainmaker germany. All right they did it. Congratulations you're on the board. She was also in little women. Wasn't she the the other little women. yeah lots of. yeah. I liked that one. Yeah okay here come the machines. Could you imagine if excuse. Terminator not much. I just love. She's been it so what he movies and you spend so much time that you are you going into huge though lengthy you ever start a sentence and you're like all the words will be able to get there they'll show up okay back to you. Paget start us off again and then it will go to i n to kyle and is in a position here to win. So it's kyle so paget truly got to set up a peer films of andy garcia. I can name. I can name. For films starring andy garcia that have andy garcia. Nfl yes yes yes. That's a strong opening bid. What do you think i i would like to. I would like to give paget her her first point and and allow her to a nameless. Four films okay. With sixty seconds on the clock ryan. Are you ready paget. Yes eddie garcia. Go godfather it and father. It's complicated odd central. Know something with meryl streep on something with meg. Ryan and the abets. I don't know. I can't think of anything right now. Where you bid for you just hoping that she wouldn began. Bluffs all i can think is at that movie. He's not he's not in. He's he was in his first. Big movie was untouchables. Kevin costner and the ad and he's just been a million things ever since he's on this new. Tv show rebel just said all three of the oceans movies. Yeah wasn't he in the godfather three three using par-three. Okay yeah but It was a it was an excellent effort so fun to listen to haya. Cash is our winner. incidentally she's the price. Today is a trip to asia snaps. funny I know her name. Now i never forget and we're going to go to another break when we come back and play one more game. That's the that's the game that really matters Gets to go first in that game because she won the first game. So we'll see what happens after this. We'll be right back. Having your own home is awesome. But it's also a lot of work. The good news finding help for your projects is easier than ever introducing angie the app. The puts all your home care needs at your fingertips need a pro to fix that. Emergency leak maybe find someone to build a deck or even set your seasonal tasks on autopilot. Angie can handle all that and more expert pros. Hundreds of home projects clear pricing and the easiest way to book and pay in seconds. This is angie your home for everything home. The app today. We are back very exciting competition. Thus far if i do say so myself and i think robin have a great time playing this next game. I couldn't decide what to call it. It's either going to be called by popular demand or you know just because branding is so crucial. Doug demands it. I generally don't you know. I'm demanding. But i guess when you're when you're running a game show you kind of have to be so i'm calling. Doug demands it right now on my cable cable company. Has you know tons of movies listed that you can watch on demand some very famous movies but on some movies that You know just for one reason or another. They're small films are independent or whatever studio films. Just get dumped. There's lots of movies that use route. So i'm going to describe a movie. That's on-demand currently. I'm going to read the description that they print on the screen. Nothing else about the movie. Then i'm going to give you three choices. Three titles that it could be one of them is the correct title. So i get to go first on the first one. If she misses that it will go to trial and then to paget and So this is how kyle one last week is that he would be the third person each time when the other two people would both get something wrong and it's a great way to win. Good luck i yes is a description. The of time and space begin to do strange things within the walls of a gora phobic. Home of an agoraphobia. Hope not a gora phobic. I don't know what that would be. Walls of the gorge mix hub. Is it being dead before. I'm dead or i blame society. It's definitely i blame society. That is incorrect. Let's though was so good when everyone would have been so slow in greenwich kyle. What were the other. What were the could say them again. But that wouldn't be fair out again. they are. It's not a memory game there being dead or before i'm get i'm going to go billable now. Which one four i'm dead. You have in action. That is correct to me. How my winning and going. I gave me an advantage on this game. Because you said the right answer and then nobody else could gotten the go. Oh god i agree. It's not it's not a tremendous advantage. This is the first and then you had less choices as you go through but now now that show off. Kyle went and got one right. It's going to swing back around favorite name just said to win this around. That's you can just forget about that. We're moving on to another and but paget gets to start us off this time. i'm excited. Yeah and then we're gonna and in rage woman battles violent oregon smugglers after returning to her hometown. Now is that a film. Paget called burn at all the reckoning or bobbleheads. The movie at that movie is called the reckoning that is incorrect gamut we move over to now sees. Clearly the non bobbleheads one would glorious. You mean you mean burn it all. I mean burn it all. Yes that is correct. Just bobbleheads the movie. We all know about the bobbleheads movie. I kinda wanna see the our heads because it's a it's a home alone style movie where the family goes on vacation and when burglars trying to get in all the bobbleheads live in the house stopped burglars from getting in have not real. This is a reopening is real. My mom had a bobblehead collection. When i was growing up. I i don't. I don't have a joke about that. That was just a fact. You can did she. She often like walk by and tap them all or they will just of free to bobble when they felt like they were more like bobble. When you feel like i was more heads. Yeah i see you can't how can you resist. It's so to bubble has a kyle has a point doesn't she. Oh in this game. Yeah ok okay. New game thanks for trying to stand up for me though. I appreciate it. The ahead collection makes me want you to win. Things killed from the name mess up earlier. I'm still suffering. I still suffering. We're bags and paget again and this time will go to kyle after patchett so Everybody a serial killer ducks. a young woman's fiance. Is this agit. A movie called one hundred days to live or you will die at twenty or curious. George go west go wild. This movie is one hundred days to live. I love the confidence. Especially when you're right. That is gas one hundred days to live. Thank you that. I feel like you are letting me off easy on this. This is this is great. We've got a three way tie. It could have been any of those three really. Could have been because you know. Some of these movies are so many curious george movies at this point. They have to figure out interesting. New directions for the franchise. Nice that he's engaged. just wait. So he's curious george is the young woman's fiance. Yeah yeah i think gary sturgess just like an angered goes west sequel. Curious stories worst. You'll be like i don't know movies been make. Gingrich goes west references. I saw that one made me really anxious too anxious to see what the that's the movie ended your movie going. I le so anxious the whole time. It really is like what what an intense experience that movie is. What is operatives trying to play a game with it. We gotta it's replies a and elizabeth olsen and elizabeth olsen influenced type and replies does obsessed with our sushi just shows up and makes a bunch of lies to like get into her life. It's you know it's definitely the fan from hell kind of scenario. I want to see that. Yeah it's pretty entertaining because You know replies is always a always entertaining. I erie up i. It's all coming back to you now. Fuck i meant kyle turn to. Nobody wants to go it all right. So paget's volunteered to go a second all right because gay pageant. What movie a. Here's the description. Suspicion turns to obsession when a man starts to think that an oddball neighbour healed a child. man oddball neighbour. Killed the child with this movie called goodbye. Butterfly bad cupid or ugly bug dinner. Did i'll go first. Feels like fast. I this movie. Although i would watch it if it was the third title. This movie is ugly. Cute okay your choices. Are good bad. Cuba sped cuba or ugly thing. Movie is called cupid bunny. this is bad cuban. I'm going second six rounds. Your on we gotta go. Iraq is wrong iowa. I called the lovely bones but second called Is it ugly butterfly by butterfly. It's yeah that's correct. I never get say all ugly bug dinner. Dance all right. You don't have to commit right now i have. You can come back next week if you want to. I don't know where you're at that. I'll reach out to the movies called. We broke up and it's in theaters Next friday and on digital april twenty third. And thank you so much for being here. Aia paget brewster. A new program animated from the harvey birdman people called bird girl girl. Just give us a taste of what the voice sounds like walker burger and kyle airs host of never seen it. Podcast get it where you get your podcast. You're a great champion kyle. And you but we've got a new champion. Feels okay to lose two ugly bug dinner dance since. That's all of my individual tattoos in one movie. Titles dinner dance. Like what weird working in mid summer was ugly. Bug dinner dance. I've got a show coming up on april twentieth. Go to rush. Ticks dot com for virtual comedy show for twenty pacific time on for twenty What a delightful fun show. This has been thank you to all three of my guest. Kyle airs paget brewster cash. Who may or may not be back next week will see see recovers from today and now has always murphy now. It's time to watch repealing. There's no room for you. Hi everybody this is todd. Glass what can i say that would make you wanna give the tag less show. Listen well i guess you could poke around and youtube and if some of the stuff over there makes you laugh for my netflix. special act. Happy maybe we'll give it a listen. The only other thing i could do is make it short. Because it's interrupting podcast. You already love okay. I'm done thank you goodbye.