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Fresh update on "jenna fischer" discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

01:23 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jenna fischer" discussed on Planet Money

"Pizza. So once again, what we have here, this is not just about takeout food. This actually happens with every tax law, taxes will inevitably get more complicated and Byzantine and taxpayers, they get creative and Steve, you came up with the third fundamental principle of taxation. Yeah, I did. So the third fundamental principle of taxation is, when taxes get complicated enough, the only people who are both motivated and capable of following the ins and outs of tax policy are professionals. Heavily taxed industries employ entire armies of lawyers and lobbyists searching for that next opportunity to say, but wait, shouldn't we change just this one little thing? Yeah, you see this with telecommunications. You see this in banking. Anytime there's rule making or Congress goes to write banking reform laws, for example. The main people who show up, of course, are the bankers, the lobbyists for the bankers, right? The only ones who actually understand what the hell is going on. And in the world of food taxes, you see the same exact thing. Famous case, the California cake versus candy fight of 1971. Now, if you were in this industry, you'd know what I was talking about. David doerr has been a tax policy analyst in California since the 50s. He's watched every tax fight in the state unfold. And David says in the early 70s, the candy lobby came up to the state capitol in Sacramento and made this case that they were being discriminated against. At the time, candy was taxed, but other desserts, like cake, cake was tax free. And the candy people they had this exhibit of desserts. Showing which ones were taxable and which ones were tax exempt. The exhibit was passed around to the committee members in the 8th the exhibit. So this board wasn't just pictures of the candy. There were actual things. So it made an impact, definitely made an impact. So they basically passed around desserts to the committee deciding whether or not to tax desserts. Right. See? So what started out 80 years ago to help folks during the depression as this simple noble tax exemption for grocery stores ends up benefiting big candy and big cake. And this is why economists are always saying if you're going to tax for God's sake, make the tax simple. Loopholes just beget more loopholes. And all these loopholes are just incentives for companies to hire more lobbyists and tax lawyers and fancy accountants. None of whom actually make anything. I mean, the lobbyists for the candy people don't make candy more delicious. True, but sometimes all these tax shenanigans. Sometimes by accident, they actually contribute to making the world a more delicious place. After the break, one cherished institution that might not have existed without these shenanigans? The drive-through. Support for this podcast and the following message come from work human. Companies are still struggling to keep and support employees. What can they do? Easy, work human. It's an employee recognition solution where coworkers can recognize and celebrate each other for great work, milestones, and more. It makes work feel like a community and can even cut turnover in half, work human, because without the human, it's just work. And just work just doesn't work anymore. Visit work human dot com. On the next bullseye, Angela Kinsey and Jenna Fischer, the office ladies. It never felt daunting. That, you know, oh, this is the only thing I may ever be known for. I'll be Pam forever. That's this week on bullseye. From maximum fun dot org and NPR. Could I get a double double animal style medium rare? Well done fries. And a large Diet Coke. In-N-Out burger. Oh, that sounds so good. Thanks a lot. Thank you. So I'm very passionate about drive-throughs. The drive-through flourish because it's convenient. And it probably got a little boost in the early days because of the kinds of tax loopholes we've actually been talking about. Oh, it definitely did. But let me take you back for a second to the moment when the drive-through was invented. It's 1948 in California and Harry and Esther Snyder wanted to open a burger joint. It would become in and out. But they just had this tiny triangle of land in LA. It was so small that they're building was ten feet by ten feet. Only two people could fit inside. They had no tables, no chairs, no space to park, but Harry invented this little nifty two way speaker to take orders. Stacy perman wrote the book on the business in and out. When they started, people were really confused. They didn't know what to do, and they actually had to educate people how to use the speakerphone and they had two young sons at the time. I think there were ten and 11. And sometimes they would send their sons out there to help train people how to use the speakerphone. This was likely the world's first drive-through. And even though people were confused by it, there was a financial benefit to that speakerphone. At burger places where you sat down, you had to pay taxes. It drive ins and car hops where you ate in the car. You had to pay taxes, but it in and out on the drive-through part of their business was in it didn't not have to pay taxes? No. No. So I can't really prove that tax law inspired the drive-through. But it certainly helped the founders of In-N-Out burger they were fastidious people. They kept track of everything. David dore, the tax expert says in and out and all drive-throughs had this competitive advantage in the 50s and 60s. So we asked the company if this was the real reason for the drive-through. And In-N-Out spokesman says he doubts that Harry and Esther devoted much time to thinking about state sales tax. Whatever the truth of the matter in 1971, California changed the law again and started taxing drive-throughs. Actually, it was how the state made up for the lost revenue when it stopped taxing candy. So now my double double medium rare, animal style burger. My well done French fries. My large Coke, they're no longer tax free. All right. So as hungry as I am, I'm as interested in the sales tax. That food was 7 bucks. The sales tax? There it is, 61 cents. Now if I had bought an ice cream, it would have been another story. The ice cream would have been tax free. So how do you fix this mess? Many economists say you need to go back to where we started 70 years ago. Back to something simple. Maybe just a sales tax on all food. But wait, what's food again? Is chewing gum food? Crap. That was Steve hen and Elise hue from 2014. It is listener question time here at planet money and we want to hear from you. Do you have some money related conundrum that you've seen in your city or community that you want answered? Or are you facing a puzzle in your life that you think economics might be able to solve? If so, send us a voice memo with your question at planet money at NPR dot org. You might end up on the podcast. We really do listen to every single one. That's planet money at NPR dot org. We're also on TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, at planet money. Thanks to Noah beltman for turning us on to the crazy tax policies of New York State. Today's rerun was produced by Dave Blanchard. It was mastered by Robert Rodriguez, the original episode was produced by Thea Bennett. Planet monies executive producer is Alex goldmark, I'm Alexei.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Vellani, news director Laurie Brooks, and now here are your hosts. How Abrams and Judy Francis. Thanks, big guy. Good morning dog father, how are you doing today? I'm wow. I'm getting royal treatment here. Good morning. That was just going great. How's things with you? Splendid. We have a cancellation on today's show. And poor Judy, she works so hard to really book the show and get the guests on time and in the right place. And you just had a cancellation with like in the last 20 minutes. Yes. So that most shows would be in a bind with that. By 19 years of doing this and we've had a million celebrities. Well, we've not a million. Probably close to a thousand great celebrities and experts on the show. So we're going to reach into the vault today and pick out a celebrity that we've had on the show. The big question. That's actually good because we've had so many great guests on. That's a problem. Sometimes I think back at some of the guests that we've had on. And I always say, oh, would it be cool to hear that interview again? So that's pretty cool. It's like, it's like, it's like a rerun, but it's not. It is cool. It is a flashback, but it's a problem in that. How do you pick? Which one do you pick? There's been so many. If there's one that comes to your mind, let us know. I know you were talking about Josh Duhamel. Yes. Because you think he's hot. Of course. And he is. I, of course, think of Jenna Fischer, but I think she's played a couple of times. Yes, we have. You know, who else was funny was Paul Reiser? Yes, that one came to my mind, too. So if you have any ideas, let us know if there's a particular celebrity that you've heard on the show in the last 19 years that you'd like to hear again. Can I give my request? Yes, absolutely. Okay. The last interview before he passed away, who was it? Our Davy Jones? Yeah, Davy Jones. The monkeys. Yes. Yes. Remember? We would have last interview. Okay, so let's write all these down and we'll kind of pick one before the end of the show today. Of course, between now and then it's all about you. Call now Judy will get you all queued up. Joey, what are you working on for today's show? I want to talk about the importance and why everyone needs to go see their professional groomer, not just the dogs with coat, but all dogs and cats. High end, what's going on with your schnauzer? Trying to get her to get back of eating her dog food. My husband gave her some table scraps and now she will not eat her food she's gone two days without eating and I had to try to figure out what to give. She's just not eating anymore. That's the one and also the second one was vitamin for her see what she recommend. We've heard about that. I'm sorry. Okay. Sure. Now, the first question I'll have for you is what did your husband feed her that she just wants to turn away from dog food? Oh, she's a little crocodile and he has given her a hot dog. Oh.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"Yeah, I love the idea of making either building in a little reward or just making it so easy that you can't forget. That was definitely my favorite part of the book. Oh yeah, it's just great little life hacks, you know? Okay, and then the last one is just play a game where the odds are in your favor. And the example that he gives in the book is like two Olympic athletes. One was Michael Phelps, the swimmer, and I can't remember the other one, but it was a long distance runner. And I can't remember the joke. I remember this part. It was so interesting. And his point was, if I switch these two, he talks about their height and their weight and some things like that. And then he's like, if I switch these two athletes who are both Olympic athletes, so like very athletic guys, have the right mindset to be winners, but he's like, if I switch their events, so the swimmer became the runner and the runner became the swimmer. They would not win Olympic battles anymore. Because the odds are just not in their favor based on well not only their experience, but also just like their body type and weight and things like that. I just liked the idea that it's like, don't necessarily set your sights on a goal that isn't going to serve you. It isn't going to fit into your life and what you have access to and who you are as a person. You should think more about your destiny is like fitted to who you are. And so you should play a game where the odds are in your favor, because then you're more likely to have the success that's going to make you happy that's going to make you feel fulfilled and you're going to be more likely to, I think, uncover your destiny in this lifetime. So anyway, I love that point too, and I think it was just something interesting, something that I wish someone had told me when I was 17. So, you know, a very insightful and useful little bit. Cool. That's about it. I feel like now nobody even needs to listen to the book. They can just get my little synopses here. Well, that's what's funny is that after my review, they still completely need to listen to the book 'cause it's such a bad review. And after years you really summarized to the book, it's more like one of those. What are those little yellow guides that they used to sell? Where you can go click those. It's like that. Yeah, I could have wrote cliff notes for sure. I would nail it. Oh my gosh, wait, before we move on, I have to tell this I have to tell a stupid story. I'm so like, this is so funny. Okay, Jeremy and I we like talking about how things that happen in our childhood that would be impossible now because just like the differences in technology in our lifetime is very extreme. We're very, very special age where we got to do both completely a completely offline childhood and we're basically Internet people for a living for our whole adult life. Just like as a matter of luck of the year we were born. So anyway, Jeremy recently confessed to me that as a child, when they did book reports at school, he completely made up the whole thing, just so he didn't have to read a book. He would make up the title, the author, the year it was written, the story the whole book report was fake and he said he never got caught. I almost think that that's like a show of talent. I mean, that's like some deaths right now. I know that too. Sure. So it was just like there was no way to look it up. He's like, no one pitchers just like, well, I guess so. Yeah, no one could catch me because they would have to like basically accuse you. You know what I mean? Accuse you of lying because you couldn't look up books because there was no Internet when we were little kids. Isn't that funny? Man, what a bad kid. A little bit, but also like also like I'm impressed, so. Yeah, I kind of went to. Okay, anyway. So my third book is the artist's way by Julia Cameron. This book is like a double banger. Okay, so ever since I was like, basically a child like when I was like college age was the first time someone gave me this book and people have been recommending it to me for almost 20 straight years and the first time that I listened to it was this year. So finally got there. It's been in my ears, all these years and I always knew that there was probably something like really good to it, but actually what made me listen to it was I randomly listened to Jenna Fischer's book about how to become an actor and it's because I thought it was a memoir and then it turned out not to be, but I had already bought the book on my audible, so I just went ahead and listened to it for fun and now I know how to become an actor, but anyway, she was really, really recommending the artist's way and I guess I got more interested in it because I didn't realize that you could use it for any kind of creative, venture like I was thinking of it as art painting. I wasn't thinking of it as like acting or what we do for a living blogging and podcasting. And so once I realized that it could be useful for everything we do, it shot back up to the top of my list. So I listened to the artist way as an audiobook, which was a journey because it was very, very obviously recorded at a time when you probably let go your audiobooks on maybe even cassette tapes, definitely CDs. It was recorded a very long time ago. And I kind of liked that part of it. That part of it is kind of appealing to me 'cause I like my old timey things as everyone knows. But the reason why I wouldn't recommend is an audiobook is because it's really like a workbook, and it's like most of it is journaling props, like really what the artist way is is a collection of amazing journaling props. So if you're not willing to do it as I think it's a 40 day challenge, is it a 40 day challenge? I'm not sure. It's either a number of weeks or 40 days. It could be like ten weeks or something. I'm not sure. But obviously I haven't done that part yet. So now I feel like I also have to go back and do this one in the recommended time schedule and do all of the journaling..

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

02:55 min | 8 months ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"Thank you. My favorite thing is getting emails from strangers telling me that my art made them feel like someone finally understood them because i take that as the highest compliment and incidentally many of my pieces were inspired by my wife. Beautiful brunette named kate. What can i say i guess. Type thank you so much. That was morally mortified event in los angeles and you can check out his artwork and his book by visiting morley art dot com or by following official underscore morley on instagram and. This concludes our look at pop culture. Obsessions where we learned when it comes to love. You should always listen to your heart. I especially when something's telling me something in the back of my mind about jenna fischer but i don't know what it's saying. Everything shared today show was true nobel. Shing knows agitating just god given up his. If you'd like to support mortified we have plenty of ways for you to do it. I tell your friends on social media about an episode of this podcast that you love and don't forget to tag mortified show on instagram second. Visit get mortified dot com to pick up your very own mortified. T shirts hoodies. More third if you've got kids ages nine to thirteen. Listen to our other podcasts. Ooh you're in trouble each episode features true stories or what happens when kids break the rules all designed to help your kids make smart decisions in life finally purchase. Our game can't believe i did that. The conversation starter that dares you and your friends to share memories employing growing up now available via amazon or get mortified dot com slash game. And if you're craving more mortification today's episode pairs nicely with episode 166. Sixty six about kids. Who are obsessed with jane austen and episode one. Twenty six about people obsessed with the almighty jonathan taylor thomas find the fullest at get mortified dot com slash podcast for companies wishing sport our podcast while reaching kajillions of listeners. With just truly remarkable taste email sponsor at radio topa dot. Fm this series is a team effort. Our podcast production team for this episode includes hadley dion nato berg en me. You'll catcher some of the stories featured here were produced for the stage by chevron o'malley who's just one of the many amazing producers whose work make the state show possible end credit music by snakes snakes snakes. This has been a mortified media production for radio topi network from px till next time we remind you that we are freaks. We are fragile and we all survived..

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Is there any truth to the report. That you auditioned for the role of pam on the office. So tell me about how to. I think you can see my audition and over plucked eyebrows and my only highlighted hair. Yeah clearly i was not a person for that part jenna fischer as the was and is the only one who is supposed to be pampered. But this is just an interesting where again i would assume. Maybe that was that audition even was just perhaps on the basis of having recently. Been an anchorman that you're starting you. We can see that you're starting to be come a person that people think of in the comedic circle. Yeah i guess so. Like i mean. I remember being very excited. That i got that. I think i was maybe still doing crossing jordan. I'm not sure But it was another nbc show. But yeah but. I think i remember being so thrilled. Because i love the the british version of sound much and eric all right so this comes to separate others. Which is two thousand eight and i re-watch you're seeing today just and it's awesome. Laugh out loud funny and i wonder just surplus to remind people you're playing alice. A woman married to a douchebag who initiates an extramarital relationship with john c. riley's arrested development adult dale after dale punches out her husband and then winds up skies screwing him during both a family dinner and in the bathroom. So these were but let's just start at the addition because apparently you were encouraged to run wild at the audition right. Yeah yeah. I mean i i. There were a couple of dishes but one that really sticks out to me was was the one where he got to work with john and it was like john and alison the casting director. And adam and i remember i saw for some reason alice. It was very important for me to have a large handbag for alice. Dumbo feather like i couldn't do the audition without this handbag over my shoulder and it just i think just grounded for me but i are audition. Was it just went to the weirdest weirdest places. Scott like i mean. Even when we shot the scene. I think we went back to those places but i think they're replant we detailed. I mean it went on for so but mean it was a detailed murder and cover of the douchebag husband. Yes my dear friend adam. Scott was very very detailed cover. Well and then okay. So you get this. You go on set. And now the improv is encouraged to continue their. So they take me into for instance the initial scene where you know your character pulls over dale The john c reilly after. He's knocked out the adam scott character and is basically you know the initiating for the first time with them. Does that if you can either that or and or in the bathroom thing which is just I steals the movie. Where you know comes out of the alleys. There has sex at against the sake essentially and then goes and lives with leg uses the urinal actually i have to give credit to our ad. Because i think he he was like you should use the. I think he was like you should use the urinal and i was a brilliant. I think that was doubt might have been our ada. i think i have to give him credit. Where credit's due. Maybe i'm being. Maybe i'm maybe it was but it was. Yeah we both of those things. I remember the one of the. I i remember being so terrified for this for the smooch seen on the front steps for some reason that was one of the i think that was one of the first things i did and i was terrified. I had just bleached my hair blonde. Like there's a lot going on alex. But i was terrified and i lied about the kissing or the comedy. Or what part of this scale. How far to go. You know what i mean. You just don't know like they just don't know and i just wanted to be able to feel free for whatever to fall out and have it be whatever and it once we got on a roll and the scene just took off and then i could i remember doing one take and like you're in a fever dream like when those scenes are happening and then i remember stopping it and mckay being like the boom operator was shaking. He was laughing so hard like like we so we knew we were in. We were in a good in a good pocket. Because you just up. It's gonna come out so weird. But i feel like those guys. It's good right. There's not they're not precious about. Oh we got only get this in two takes. They want where things right. We always do they. He would always do one as written and then we would just literally it would be have nothing to do with the script that made me laugh to this is like how do you get to edit this life. But he did well in and just a note that in terms of other comedy. Maybe of of that ilk. We've got our idiot brother of years after that two thousand eleven and then of course from two thousand twelve thousand and fifteen popping up occasionally on parks and rec as the as jennifer barkley. This is the twelve hundred dollar. An hour political strategist who is has their own cult following. Its but you and amy poehler and have some great great moments there. I love that human so much. I'm actually still really close with that. Cast with especially the women in that cast we still they count them among my dearest pals and like she really was what an awesome number one on a call she. She really cultivated such an incredible environment. Well and just to to know for in terms of your range that in the same year for instance. Doing stepbrothers you. Also major broadway debut in boeing. Right and which wins the the tony for best revival and i mean for you is is it bittersweet like on the upside is that you've you've had such success which including particularly what we're the parts that we're gonna come to now but like screen but that's kept you maybe more from the stage stuff that you originally thought you were gonna be doing right. Yeah of yes very bittersweet and also even mentioned like you mentioned already at brother. And i remember having to use. This is where i was at that point in my life still. I couldn't local higher. I was living in new york. And so i do use my agents assistance apartment. That's where that's where. I lived for the shoot of that. It was so crazy like just thinking of remembering that but that's ten years later. It's not that long ago long ago. I mean like bananas. And i again with jesse parents on shrink next door. But who's a gem and.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"And no there's greg not like animals Is there anything else. Anything else that you want covered that you feel like we didn't i mean obviously there's so much i know i know i don't know. Did you very good can't think of anything really. I think something. That's really interesting to talk about too. Because you talk about how there were like the theater people and the comedians. And then there were the improv people but there were also all of these ways that we were weirdly connected like that. Phyllis and i both grew up in saint louis. As did ken corpus. He grew up belleville illinois. Which is basically saint louis and then also our ad rusty mahmood grew up in saint louis so there were four of saint louis then. There were a bunch of those boston. Guys you've got john and steve and bj. And mike sure yup then the fact that like bj. John went to the same high school. I went to the same. You and ed went to the same high school and angela and oscar were in an improv group together and she walked on set and was like. Oh god oscar. You got cast a complete shocked her. She'd done improv with kate. So there were these ways were in. We'd all been kind of circling each other in this weird way and then all finally came together. There were so many coincidences in how we were connected totally. Yes i remember shooting scene for episodes and was in the annex camera on me. I was shooting a talking head and suddenly i saw ed helms walking behind the per. I was like ed. What what you any was there to meet with bragging about joining the show. This is between season two and three. Yeah crazy Thank you so much. I love you brian. I appreciate you. I hope this has been some fun. I could talk for hours about our show. I love that. You're doing this. Because.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Do you think the office can be made today now. I don't think it could. Well i don't know if it could be made today. It's a good question. Well first of all. I want to point out or question i wanna ask you is people always ask us for all really friends in real life. And i don't even think saying that we're friends in real life accurately communicates how deeply i feel for you and everybody. It's a like a love of family. Like i can't explain it. Do you think if we'd made this show in the age of smartphones and whatnot that we would be as deeply connected like. Don't you think like the the circumstances. That's of us being trapped on that set for the first season with no working computers. No phones no internet nothing just a troupe of actors artists trapped in a room for twelve hours a day playing. We never absorbed ourselves and our phones or emails or other work or anything. And i think that that lent itself to part of the magic and i just wonder if if you tried to put us all in a room today when we have our phones and our desks i think maybe i don't know maybe i think that we for sure what i think is. We were a collective group of people with differing backgrounds and experiences and training. It was like we were an old time theater troupe. Stuck together and we weren't all famous. No we came from a place of just wanting to do good work. Well when leeann. I got married. I had invited a girlfriend of mine that i'd gone to high school with from saint louis and she was so excited to come to the wedding and she said if you're going to be famous people there you know and i said no not really. We're not really friends with a lot of famous people you know. And then she's like are the cast members from the office can be there. I'm like oh yeah. Yeah there'll be there and she was like well they're famous and i'm like oh yeah that's right. I forgot but even now today. I don't think of us that way. I still always think of us as the people in the room before anyone care for anyone knew who we were totally and so being on that journey together as well. I think really bonded us but i don't know if we could make the show today. It's it's really hard to say. It was such a moment in time. Can you make show today with total unknowns. Silicon valley kind of other shows. Let me ask. Why do you think the show is more popular now than it was when it was on. My answer is very simple. The show is excellent. it's excellent. It is absolutely brilliantly executed and it holds up. Because it's just that good really but you know it's funny. I started this podcast with angela where we watch an episode of the office. We started from the beginning and office. Lady yes yes we break it. Down was not my. This is not a plug. Moment vowed to go there in a minute but anyway go ahead now. What i was gonna say is doing this podcast and we have to watch an episode the office and then we discuss it so i've been watching the show from the very beginning. How'd you watched the show since they now you had not. I had seen a few here. And there i had seen the dinner party i had high had been in a trailer on a job and i had a teeny. Tiny television mounted to the wall of my trailer was so small. She's not joking right now. She just held up her fingers and showed three inches was no now five inches. It was smaller than a laptop screen. It was very tiny. And it's so i was. So that's what she said. I was so tickled by it. That i took a picture and i sent it to steve and john ed and angela and all of us who had been in that scene where we were laughing so hard at michael's tiny flat screen. Tv and then that made me wanna watch that episode. so then. I went and watched the dinner party episode. Then a few examples of things like that. Where you're flipping through an episode comes on or something like that. But no i have not seen most of these episodes since they aired right. So it's been really cool for me. And i have to say i really get why people are so excited about the show like as i watch it again. I'm really watching it almost as a fan. Yes and it's weird. That i'm on it some ways ice when i'm watching myself. I've always thought it was that you were on it really. Brian is that a fact. But the four. I started doing that. I was on greg to do a reunion special or revive the office. In some way selfishly. Because i just wanna work with all y'all again. And because i know steve has a really good idea and i thought ooh. Let's get steve's idea going. Come on come on greg. You gotta do it well. Now that i've been re watching the show. I wrote greg an email recently. I said craig. I don't think he should reopen the show. It is so perfect just as it is like. I don't think we should now. I was such a champion for doing it for so long and now i am realizing maybe it's exactly perfect justice. It is and you don't want to have this weird extra seven years later episode that we made I don't know see. Here's a here's a i have it. Here's the beauty of the ability to edit out. Whatever i say right now. I have no interest in in doing in a reunion episode. Yes but have you. Heard steve's idea it's a great idea a good idea we did it in scranton brian. What if that's the thing that we come back for a shoot an episode finally in scranton steve's idea all right well tempting you discuss it later but at the same time i think the show is just perfect as it is although we do have an undue episode pet day. There's one episode of the office called pet day shot that we never shot. Yes that's right. I have the script i want to you do. Would you in fact. I signed scripts obviously to give away to charities. Gigantic box of scripts that. We're getting multiple per week not great for the environment but we we get more and they're in my garage and boxes and i reached in and grabbed one and it was pet pet day and i thought what if i had signed that i mean thank goodness i looked at what the title was. Yeah because that could have been. Trump could have gotten in trouble for that. Well i said to greg. What if we do a special where we just do a staged reading of pet day and we all come together and we read pet day. But wasn't there a reason we didn't do day. Animal cruelty believe was. Because there's like some awful bird death in it or something. carry up having a bird. Death and porcupine in dwight's desk. We did and angela throws role throws a cat and one gets frozen..

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Know then. They decided to stop making.

"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"Not a match in real life because you know us both yes. I think that that's a great description. I also think you both were playing characters and i think that you And you have expressed today. How different you are from. Pam and john is different from jim people. Perceive you to be that even you know if someone has a couple of minute interaction with me there. They're not gonna mistake me for kevin. Yeah i think. That's so true of like angela as well yes. It is like a bubbly cheerleader. She's your best friend in two minutes. She so not the bitchy angela. Martin that she plays on the show most of the time. Oh come on. But i do see how john and i. The line is a little more blurred now so you can have an interaction with john and i think maybe that we really are just like pam or just like him. Yes yeah Okay do you have a favorite moment or moments between the two of you that you got to play together. Yes one of my first favorite moments is when we are up on the roof. Eating the grilled cheese sandwiches and un rain are doing at the fireworks out in the lawn and that was super special. Because we had this skeleton crew. Everyone had gone home for the day and up until this point we mostly only ever been shooting in a big group in the office with lots of people and here. It was just me and john on some lawn chairs. it was a summer evening like a warm breeze. Candle light. greg is up on the roof. Just a couple of crew members were up on the roof and it was like so peaceful up there. The five of us and then watching you and rain who i believe. We had no way of communicating with them. Yeah just setting off. Fireworks all fell really real and lovely. So that moment is one of my favorite moments. And what i'm gonna do is i'm going to edit out you talking about greg and the other two crew members there because then you describing sitting there with john. That's why people think you're lucky. That's so it's a warm summer breeze sitting in lawn chairs on the roof. And but some of it like it's like you know matt zone is up on the roof. And greg is there and we're all just none of us can believe or on the roof. We had to take this. They had this old rickety rusted ladder that was on the side of the roof that everybody else climbed up. But since john and i were cast members we weren't allowed. They've fork lifted us up there on the wearing a weird harness. Those very funny. Were you worried. When pam and jim got married that that was going to screw things up. I wasn't because we had been together now for a couple seasons. So i think the question was. Can they get together and be a stable couple and will we still care and I remember having a conversation with greg. Greg was like well. You know what's gonna lose. People is if we just keep manufacturing these affairs and these you know weird ways that we keep them apart. That's exhausting and it's not realistic and so what we're gonna need to do is bring them together and then give them obstacles to overcome as a couple so rather than obstacles that keep them from being couple. Give them obstacles to break. Through as a couple like pam wanting to go to art school or jim wanting to start his own business or having their first kid or whatever. These things were that they were going to have to weather the storm together that that would be more interesting and more realistic and people loved it. I think that's so smart so smart because he said you know it's not going to be satisfying is if they get together at the end of season nine after multiple affairs and everyone is going to be like. Hey i guess you know congrats. I hope you enjoy your marriage with all your horrible baggage totally. That's not.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner

"The following presentation is an iheart three d. headphones on life can get crazy at times breath but audible. Inhale exhale is your escape. Find the right title for any moment. Like our exclusive meditation and sleep collection and discover new. Originals audiobooks and podcasts with our new plus catalogue new subscribers can sign up for a free thirty day trial at audible dot com. This is jonah fisher. I played pam. Beesley thank you so much for joining me here today. That's right she's back This is the office deep dive. And i am your host. Brian baumgartner. Today i am so thrilled to bring you the second half of my conversation with jenna and this time we are diving right in to the good stuff. That's right the real reason you're all here. Jim and pam p. b. and freaking jay now over the years jenner and john have been asked approximately eight billion questions about jim and pam's relationship so i have to say i almost didn't even want to ask them about it but i did and i was blown away by how interesting it was to talk about jenna in particular shared so many incredible insights into their relationship. And and what made it unique on television and why she and john are actually not a couple in real life and trust me they are not anyway. That is just the beginning. This conversation was so fascinating as every conversation with jenna. I cannot say enough. Good things about her. So go ahead and welcome to your ear. Holes ms jonah fisher Bubble and squeak. Squeak bubble and squeak. Cook it added room left over from the night before..

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Hot 50 Countdown

Hot 50 Countdown

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Hot 50 Countdown

"More returning to 50 countdown in the number 18 spot is who's driving your car with Matthew Steven and Craig jump it up the charge from number 36 that number 17 is the office ladies with Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey. I love this show. I am such a big fan if you haven't seen it. Check it out every week Jenna and Angela will break down an episode of the office and gives exclusive behind-the-scenes stories that only two people who were there can tell you Okay lady, I think now you have some background catches for this episode. I do I'm going to hit you up with them. All right, Christine Byrd said at 12 minutes 11 seconds is Mike sitting in his office holding a bottle of chocolate sauce. Yes. Great catch. I went back to this episode. I went right to that time code. It looks like a bottle of Hershey's chocolate sauce. Like he's got it turned around, You don't see the label. He's holding that in one hand. But then if you look there is the cap of it on his desk was he going to take a big Swig out of it, but then Dwight interrupted him like, oh that's good wage and grabbed it. I'll put it in stories. Countdown number 16 jumped up a few spots from number twenty crime junkie with Ashley flowers and bread. If you can never get enough True Crime modulations, you found your people with this one. dropping down just a bit from number eight to number 15 is weird Darkness with Darren marlar narrating true stories of real paranormal events found True Crime just a little bit of a slide from number 11 to number fourteen in society and culture category is the real Queens of Queens with Kathy Francis and Michelle three women born and raised in the heart of Queens, New York who love to talk about everyday life from family to sex In her pants taking a pressured. Look at this. Look at these. Oh my God. Let me tell you tonight is the night of all nights first. We had a little bit of an issue then I got my brother. Unfortunately. He wants me to zoom in to a chat with him. I just declined him. Sorry Carmine, but I'm doing my podcast. Let's change it up because I did a couple of would you rather's but then I just what the heck deck that's what I'm doing now. So we'll alternate back and forth. So, let's see. What is the scariest sound you can hear in the middle of the night? Hmm up 10 spots. Remember twenty-three and the number 13 spot is WKRP.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. The number of journalists killed in 2020 because of their work is double what it was The year before. Tom Roberts has the story, the committee to Protect Journalists released its annual report, saying 21 journalists were murdered in retaliation for their reporting. That number may grow because they're investigating 15 other deaths. To see if they happen because of retaliation or not on Lee 10 were killed for that reason. In 2019, the nonprofit group says 30 journalists died around the world. They claim criminal gangs and militant groups targeted reporters working in violent but Democratic nations. I'm Tom Roberts, a doctor in Tampa, Florida, says the variant covert 19 Strange shouldn't be cause for alarm. Riko Shal reports. University of South Florida Public health, Dr Jill Roberts says there's no need to get super worried, she tells 10 Tampa Bay while the very And strain is more contagious. There are no signs that is deadlier. The Florida Department of Health announced that a Martin County man is the first in the state to test positive for the variant strain that was first detected in Great Britain. Hi, I'm Rick Oh Shal. The first meteor shower of 2021 is this weekend. NASA calls the Quad Durand IDs, one of the best annual meteor showers, although it is short compared to others. Peak activity for the quandary and IDs is usually only about six hours for two nights, and this year it falls on January 2nd and third Scientists are marveling over the well preserved Willie Rhinoceros carcass in Russia. The discovery was made at a river in August as warming temperatures thought out permafrost in the Siberian region, Reuters reports a scientist, saying the remains included all of its limbs, Some organs a tusk and part of it's Willie Code, they believe the mammo may have roamed more than 12,000 years ago. And Peacock is debuting never before seen footage from the office in time for the sitcom to arrive on the NBC streaming service. It features Jim played by John Prison, Ski and Pam played by Jenna Fischer, pulling a matrix inspired prank on Dwight played by rain. Wilson. I'm at Madison..

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Jenna Fischer in Minsk have also been talking to one of the protesters in the city. Andre How is the day for him? For me? Personally, It was less organized in centralized compared to usual routine on Sunday March, But it was still inspiring today, right when you say it was less organized. Why was that? Do you think Because we have different time and place is for the gathering of the people not like usual because this was I think. Six Sunday that we go Out on the street monitoring this time we didn't have once for together or older people and one time usually it was around two PM now this was the shizzle death, centralizing and is that is that because it's become harder to organize, or because there are more different groups involved in the march is no. It's states, basically because it's ah, harder and, ah, a kind is that we do not present an easy march to start to control for the authorities, because this time the point for the march Was the place of their home, So they're residents off the authorities off the president off the head of voting Committee, the electoral commission. Yeah, yeah, correct. So they have houses over there in the small villages in the center called Rusty. It's like creepy residence and it was the target for the march, And it was obvious that authorities are not goingto alot person's going in there, so the idea behind it was to go from all directions at once, so that it would be harder to stop the march from getting to the point, the authorities say. He may be more than 250. People were arrested two DC Any of those arrests personally mean? No, my friends? Yes, they have seen the rites. Ah, they'd be near the riot police. They were arresting people. I think it's even more than 215. It's hard to tell before tomorrow on what is morale like amongst the protesters? You're still getting huge numbers on the street. But you're also seeing leading figures from the Coordination Council being arrested and President Lukashenko. Staying in place? Well, we hoped for really. There was a hope in a product that is going to be easy and he's going to resign soon. And we will get a support from from political is from maybe someone else in the top change of command powers, But it is obvious that nobody has enough guards to act here. But the people from Coordination Council being thrown out of the country being thrown in jail. This is no news for anyone so We're not upset by it, because basically will face the same to you. You know, it was 20,000 people going out knowing that the man the day in prison for policed 78 days on DA This is the only thing they can do is to arrest people to throw them out of the country. Not all to come back. But this council the only provides a possibility of dialogue, but they are not the head of the protest movement. They're not the ones telling us what to do. It's a it's the people's weed. One desire to get new election. Teo get Lukashenka to resign into gold after these falsified elections and to choose a new government in a fair way, You say that most people going out there are prepared to be arrested and perhaps put in prison. Are you not afraid when you've seen what's been happening to people who've been terrified You are petrified site just like this. It is very scary and ah, there are what's really scary. Where scared off these, You know, bosses going in city without numbers without plate numbers on them with some people. We don't know who they are, who they work for, because they don't have any badges so they don't represent themselves. It Sze basically right croaks something that is going in the city so we are in the state for over a month. And it's no news for us. We are all afraid of these. But we know that if we don't act if we don't go out, the things will not going to change and this will stay and even get worse. And you're prepared for the long term, are you You will just go out every week until something changes. Oh, yeah, For sure, for sure, no matter what the levels of violence are no matter the number of arrests of opposition figures it's not because the Reza limit to which people are afraid on DA which people can risk off course I don't want to risk The life of another Phanatic off of any kind, But I believe that we have good people, both in policing army in government that will not allow the police section to radicalize because from the protesters, I didn't see any movement towards radicalization towards aggression to police. A ll the time, Alex. Just peaceful moments either going to be another response toe like firearms used by police. I'm not gonna put myself into danger and standing there, but protests and a peaceful way. Yeah, I'm going to do everything I can. So this is our country. And really, the future is being decided right now. Andre, one of the protesters in Minsk early Jenna Fischer mentioned Maria Callas Nick over the leading opposition figure in Belarus, who was imprisoned this week after she tore up her passport as she was being driven into enforced exile. I've been speaking to her sister, Tatiana, Comic Charleston. What news the family had of Maria. Maria is in prison in Georgina, not far from means. She was moved there in the evening on Friday. We got to know about it from her friends that wanted to bring her some personal things. On Saturday morning, they were said that Maria is not there and that she was moved to another prison. Other town. Have you been able to have any contact with her yourself, though? Unfortunately, no. Now we can only contact with Maria through her lawyer. When did you last see her? It was several weeks ago. The story that she ripped up her passport of Belarus passport so that she would not be forced to leave the country. Can you confirm that? Of course I heard about it. I heard about it on the press conference from Anton Wrinkles and Yvonne Cripps till I also have proof from her lawyer. She discussed it with the lawyer and Maria proved that story that Emerson was happening like they described it. She was forcefully moved to the border. She was kidnapped on Monday. They were trying to convince head to leave the country on her own, and she refused to go. Then she was forcefully to the border, and she was pushed to the car or also forcefully and she was complaining all the time that you don't want to do it. And when she was pushed to the Kong, the door closed from the inside. And she was trying to find her passport. So once she reached it, she tore it up. And since the door was closed, she just opened the window and get out of the car and just work to the body of brothers..

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Belarus protests: Opposition keeps up pressure on Lukashenko

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Belarus protests: Opposition keeps up pressure on Lukashenko

"Large crowds are expected in the Belarusian capital Minsk for the fifth consecutive Sunday to protest against the country's president, Alexander Lukashenko. They want him to resign for those detained in recent weeks to be freed. From Minsk is Jenna Fischer, President Lukashenko, maybe hoping that having detained or forced into exile, almost all of Belarus is opposition leadership that the protests will subside. He's likely to be disappointed. But lorises demonstrations at times of numbered in the hundreds of thousands and are decentralized and organized through messaging APS. There's no sign of them going away. What started as protests about a rigged election now just a cz much about the abuses that have followed. In the last few days. Women protesters have started being targeted with President Look A. Shankar's who did riot police dragging dozens off the street into unmarked

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"FM WN My see Brian Lehrer Show is coming your way in about 10 minutes at 10 o'clock. And then at noon today, we're gonna have a recap of the last night of the Democratic National Convention with W Matt Cats that is at noon today will also be taking your calls. For the rest of today. Mostly sunny in our area High near 86 degrees. Mostly cloudy tonight. Love about 71. It's w in my sea at 9 50. This is James Menendez with news that life from the BBC time to get an update from Belarus now because the country's main opposition leader, Svetlana The BBC's Jenna Fischer is in Minsk for us now, Jenna What did she say? Then? This was the first time that Svetlana take enough. Skye had given a press conference. Not a lot. That was new. There. We had a Business be released and that there be new elections That would be Very difficult subject. She really pushed back on commenting. It's all about that She simply rip kept on repeating the same line that she urging all countries to respect Belarus is 70 so an indication that she's in a tricky spot. They're in relation to both Russia on also at the European Union, which, of course we had the council yesterday, saying that they were talking. They were moving towards putting sanctions on people here. Is there any feeding that the protests are losing momentum? If you like? There is a feeling that they've lost momentum that there's a very different mood here than there was at the start of the week. Remember last Sunday, there were hundreds of thousands on the streets and then buoyed by that we had a couple of days where people really were felt free in the streets. People were almost celebrating as if it was all over on. Then there's been a shift in mood because the riot police who had Disappeared for a few days and now back on the streets on DH. People are very aware of that and the possibility of getting arrested and we've also had a concerted effort from the authorities here to put pressure back on Thea position a couple of senior members of some of the few members of the opposition who are still here in Minsk. They were called in for questioning today by the authorities, so there's a sense that President Lukashenko is putting the squeeze. Back on the opposition, a part of Mrs Mystic enough skies. Ah, speech today her address today. This press conference was trying to encourage people to come out of the weekend. I think they're hoping to pick up momentum with a big rally, probably on Sunday. Colonel. Thank you. The BBC's Jenna Fischer joining us live from the Belarussian capital Minsk. Return to our top story now. Joe Biden speech formally accepting the Democratic presidential nomination. It was a moment he's been working towards and waiting for. For decades. Our North America correspondent Anthony Circa has this profile of the man on the politician, President.

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Belarus protests: Strikes expected as Lukashenko remains defiant

BBC World Service

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Belarus protests: Strikes expected as Lukashenko remains defiant

"More workers Strike city to get underway today in Belarus following Sunday's mass protests against President Alexander Lukashenko. It's estimated that at least 100,000 people much through the Capitol, rejecting the official election result and calling on the president to step down after 26 years in power. Jenna Fischer is in Minsk. Aleksandr Lukashenko is Europe's longest serving leader. But after 26 years, his grip on power in Belarus is looking increasingly tenuous. The police and army appeared to still be loyal, but on Sunday came in of a clear sign that he's lost the people. President Lukashenko is defiant, accusing foreign countries of being behind his problems. But with strikes planned for this week, the pressure is likely to grow. Further talks have already being held with Moscow about security assistance, and the possibility of Russian intervention is in the back of many people's

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Fill The Vault

The Next Right Thing

06:11 min | 2 years ago

Fill The Vault

"About two years ago, I read a book called the actors life by actress Jenna Fischer for the six of you who don't know. She's most known for playing the character Pam on the office. But her book is all about what it's really like to become an actor in Hollywood. One of the things that she mentions in the book is about the importance of filling the vault. Here's a quote from her book. She writes every project you finish has value whether it's the one woman show. You wrote the Web series with only twenty four of us. The pilot wrote with your friend. All are important and will pay off somehow. Putting things in the vault is important. I have a friend who's been writing a hilarious, and since series of children's books for the past two years. She's a struggling actress. Who said to me one day I. Don't know why I. Keep doing these books. No one's going to publish them at the very least they keep me saying I love them. And I told her one day. You're going to break out in a big way I just know it and your new fancy agent is going to ask you what ideas you have, and you will go into your vault. pull out the series of children's books and say that you have a fully developed idea for an animated series, and it will happen because that's how this stuff works. When you become a busy working actor, you won't have time to fill the vault, so fill it now. I love that image that Jenner Paints for makers who may be feeling discouraged that their work isn't being shared with the masses yet or haven't hasn't been shared at all. And I love how she points out the importance of doing the hard good work and filling the vault now so that later you'll have worked to pull from after you get super-busy, but I wanna take the liberty to extend this concept of filling the volt, even further because the truth is. We need to be a practice of filling the vault even after week. Week published land the job seal the deal or quote unquote make it if we don't have a regular practice of filling the vault, even small ways will get bored burnout. Give up or lose our creative spark, and I'm just going to adhere to filling. The volt is really for all of us whether or not, we ever realize our dream or hit that big goal or make that big deal whatever the case may be filling. The vault is part of being human. It's part of the creative process, and it is so deeply important. Taking my inspiration from Jennifer, fisher? Here are three ways to fill the volt, no matter where you are in your own vocational journey so that you keep doing your good work forever. Number One. Keep a quote journal. I'm a reader and I'm a firm believer that my very best ideas are not exactly new, but tend to stand on the shoulders of the best ideas. Someone else had I'm admitting it now there you go. You heard it here. First. I've made peace with this and I realized part of the way I fill the volt is to pay attention to and write down quotes that are meaningful to me so that I can let the thoughts and ideas from other creators sing in harmony with my own experience and hopefully one day that will become a new song. This is a lovely way of honoring the work of other writers and letting their work inspire new work in me, not as a way to copy them, but as a way to learn from them not to get too Meta, but the title of this episode fill the vault. Those aren't even my words as I've already mentioned. Those are Jenna Fischer's words, and I got them from a paragraph in her book and that Paragraph in her book inspired an entire episode of my podcast. See how that works. A second way to fill the vault create right and store every idea. This one is most close to the intention. I think Jenna had in her book when she wrote about filling the vault. Have a way to categorize. Your ideas doesn't have to be fancy has to work for you. This is for you if you are a high school student with dreams of going to film school, or if you're retired and wondering what might be next, my dad wrote his first book at Age Sixty six, and after retiring, he now co runs, Hope Raiders fulltime with me Brian, Dixon. He's using skills that he filled the vault with for decades now he's using them and hope writers, but he never knew if they would be useful. One day spoiler alert. They are useful and his life is proof. Finally a third and perhaps most overlooked way of filling the volt. Rest on purpose. There's a woman named Tricia who I've been learning a lot from lately. She sees rest as a healing tool for empowerment. She's the founder of the net ministry, which you can find on Instagram at the net ministry, and her work is to examine the liberating power of naps. Yes, like I'M GONNA. Take an APP like a toddler. While she believes rest is a form of resistance and in her words, a key component for justice. In her work, she speaks specifically to black women who are actually burdened and exhausted by the state of the world today. One Way to fill the volt is to rest on purpose. Imagine the lasting healthy change that could come from well rested people. And that is essentially where you'll find me today. Every year in July I tried to take some intentional time away. You won't see that reflected in these episodes because I've worked ahead so that they can drop on time last year. I took a month long sabbatical this year. It's only two weeks, but these two weeks are vital for the health of my soul, my family and also the work I do here. With every book I've written with every new idea I've had. That has grown into something lasting. I can point back to a specific and intentional time away from where that new idea was born or took more meaningful shape.

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‘The Office’ cast reunites to help John Krasinski pull off surprise Zoom wedding

Donna and Steve

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

‘The Office’ cast reunites to help John Krasinski pull off surprise Zoom wedding

"As in ski Jenna Fischer another former cast members of the office reunited over the weekend on zoom to surprise a couple of newlyweds who had their wedding officiated by Chris in

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Coronavirus: Ukraine protesters attack buses carrying China evacuees

BBC World Service

04:31 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Ukraine protesters attack buses carrying China evacuees

"Thousands of members of a south Korean religious sect linked to a surge in cases of the coronavirus have been told to self quarantine hundreds say they have symptoms of covert nineteen and the impact of that outbreak continues to grow and is being felt well indirectly at least in Ukraine dozens of protesters in the central part of a region if attacked buses carrying evacuees from China from coronavirus hit areas the evacuees were being brought to the hospital where they will be held in quarantine for fourteen days we can free now to be this is Jenna Fischer in cats hi Joe no more do we know about the incident yeah I was there all of yesterday in this village of novih send Jari where the evacuees as we call them what brought eventually yesterday evening I'm now is that as basically the local villages tried that down this to stop them being being taken to a sanatorium health facility in that town that was a pretty angry seeds fall as a some rocks were thrown I'm pretty nasty stuff the message from the villages was pretty much that they don't trust the assurances that they'd been given by the Ukrainian authorities that everyone had been tested at least once and that no one had been infected and there was no risk to their health and that they were extremely unhappy that they were being brought to serve that quarantine in their village it also perhaps a lack of faith in the health services the fact that you know if they all way safely in quarantine presumably that might not be that much risk to people nearby it is it is to do with that I think there is a broader issue about education about this information that way emails going round yesterday we see which are paid to to sow the seeds of distrust in the authorities emails which eventually turned out to be the the fake so I think that is particularly in these rural areas people are particularly susceptible to these kind of room is which which sweep very rapidly and I think you have to put in the broader context of Ukraine being a former Soviet country where the trust in what they get told by authorities is pretty low if you go back to the nineteen eighties of course Ukraine was the site to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster famously people were told the weeks that it was safe there they did need to panic and of course it turned out to be an absolute disaster for everyone who lived I need that power station yeah I'm perhaps in an effort to attempt to restore some of that trust the health minister is saying she's going to be joining the Iraqi wheezing quarantine would run her ministry by Scott I mean it's a PR stunt but is a pretty good one is not yeah I love the the Iranian government are trying that don this to to reassure people we have statements from the president yesterday we had the interior minister and the prime minister heading to this small small town and then the statement from the health ministers Arianna skillets guy saying on Facebook these people are a compatriots we live in one country and have to take care of their health and safety so yes the government is going out of their way to try and reassure people all the indications are that this sort of fresh point yesterday has now died down somewhat I think the government and that really has to now convinced people that they will do everything by the book to make sure that there's no possibility of any spreading all that this you that you crave might possibly get its first case of the corona virus as a result of these evacuations and and how many people are we talking about about both in terms of the number of activities and potentially others still in China look what they've done in this evacuation is there were about forty five Ukrainians about twenty other nationalities who are brought on the flight and everybody who they came in contact with either on the plane or even on the buses yesterday have been put into this quarantine period so close to a hundred people on now in this facility and they will be for the next two weeks we've not had any word yet as to whether there will be any further evacuations from who had I think one particularly sad thing that emerge this morning was a video from a hospital in western Ukraine the town of live they've web people with singing the national anthem that's doctors nurses medical stuff singing the national anthem because they've been told that none of the kind of coronavirus evacuees we're going to be brought that so it was for them a moment of celebration I think for many of us who who committed here to the values of the medical profession of looking off the people in the profoundly depressing to to see that Fisher took his life from

No survivors after Ukrainian Boeing passenger plane crashes in Iran

BBC World Service

04:34 min | 2 years ago

No survivors after Ukrainian Boeing passenger plane crashes in Iran

"Bases a Ukrainian passenger plane crash shortly after taking off from Tehran killing at least one hundred and seventy passengers and crew on board there were no survivors Ukraine international airlines Boeing three seven seven three seven rather was bound for Kiev will speak to all correspondent Jenna Fischer at the airport in Kiev words to to land shortly but let's suppose again to gumball the Dearie an Iranian journalist we spoke to earlier in the program he's just arrived at the crash site and joins us from that now again but what can you see well unfortunately because of technical problems these training and drank crashed at around six thirty in the morning get right on yup discuss of the capital Tehran one hundred sixty seven passengers were on board plus nine crew members they were all killed on impact there he'd said gore test to to report from the crash site because it's so difficult emotional and unfortunately that human flesh is everybody it's difficult to walk around without the without stepping on some kind of human flesh your lot I mean you have to be very careful to respect the dignity of these people that's what just a couple of hours of what their mothers and fathers parents musicians engineers students nationals from from from Russia Ukraine and of course you don't it on one hundred forty of them let's hearing and national obviously before the nationals and definitely there were there were among the Russians and Ukrainians but it's a green task you know me to collect the bodies the rescue or the relief efforts are under way but the if you're asking me if you do take more than a day or two just to to collected human flesh from the remains of him about his and from just this particular site the luckily that the plane crashed on on several gardens and and one football fields so it's about maybe two or three hundred meters away from that residential units in this they're very put at the downtown area in the capitol tonight this call because someone walk right that the it below Chattanooga and the Mamluks but you mustn't if the plane had crashed inside the residential units it is packed with people out it wasn't on the early hours of the morning everybody was a street thing im and I'm lucky not not many people were killed in those areas but but the but the crash site it is horrible well you just a very vivid picture we apologize to people listening if the finding this quite difficult to live on no it's fine it's fine but we just have to say that because it is quite a bit is it's certainly a tragedy of portions can I just say that we've had this since since we last spoke to you we've got this from the Ukrainian embassy who say that the crash of this passenger jets in Iran was the result of an engine failure not recently you've known credit embassies it in around says that that that they that's all they're saying now is that it didn't important you know to report this incident aren't unit dignified matter I think it has nothing to do with politics has nothing to do with terrorism Jane turned into a ball of fire right after the take off the right engine was on fire and obviously it crashed on they're not right side of the airport let's listen seconds I mean it didn't take more than thirty or thirty seconds to put the client plane to crash and I'm I'm not as I told you it's it's a grim picture I mean there are musicians notebooks around there are there are dolls that all that that that there are ways but but but by a small kids we know that one family was almost going to miss the flight I'm I'm I'm Dave to push him inside a default seat just in the last few seconds to get them but they were sitting separately for the parents were sitting separately on the kids were six separate the imagine that that that final our final seconds that they were so for this one to the active in order for them they were crying David did did did did did they just don't know what's going to happen next but but I I think took only two two charred bodies were recovered what chart buddies the rest are just log in yeah what what there's nothing we will we will have to leave the gun by the do everything ready into this thank you for joining us from the crash site I'm not far from where the plane took off a vivid picture remind if anyone needed but a terrible reminder of the cost of these kind of new stories the BBC's Jenna Fischer is set in Kiev forested Boryspil airport Janet just set the scene for us where you are yeah well I'm in the arrivals area of the importance in a short while ago the flights from Tehran to Kiev was still

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Putin meets with Ukraine leader Zelensky for the first time

BBC World Service

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Putin meets with Ukraine leader Zelensky for the first time

"Some is only conflict in eastern Ukraine has ended up with an agreement not for the first time to properly implement a cease fire before the end of the year Ukraine's president the president brought in as a lens because meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Paris appears not to have led to much more than that it does mark the first time the two leaders have had such face to face talks the German and French leaders will also president his what president Emmanuel macro has to say new disk you sure it will be if it is the second six P. may all discussions allowed us to progress on all of these points the subjects of disengagement the topic of prisoners the clarification of the ceasefire and an agenda of confidence on the political evolution of the following months speaking at a news conference after the summit presidents Lansky was keen to make clear his own firm position insisting no concessions over terror tree will possible is it just showing up which crystal did it brings me Jackie yeah I would like to outline a number of principles which I will never violate as a president of Ukraine and with which Ukrainian people will never agree Ukraine is a unitary state there can be no compromise on settlement of the situation in eastern Ukraine under the conditions of territorial concessions by Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders Kiev correspondence Jenna Fischer was at the talks in Paris they may be able to dampen things down in some areas and you know the the level of violence does go up and down along the front nine and and a different areas but as long as there's no progress in terms of the sequencing of of what might be ideal for eastern Ukraine involving a vote in the separatist held there is a sort of special autonomous status after those areas and then Ukraine regaining control of the border with Russia as long as that that is not being agreed upon and no progress is being made well it's hard to see that that a ceasefire is truly going to hold because the two positions appear family irreconcilable president said Lansky says there can be no concessions on terror tree where is president Putin says that has to be a re examination of the status of this land the essential problem is that Ukraine does not want to allow elections and a special status for these parts in eastern Ukraine without a constant and guarantee that there will be no more Russian backed military forces in these areas and that Ukraine will have control of the border between these territories and Russian effectively be they'll be able to stop Russia sending in more men and more military equipment into these rebel held areas briefly what to France and Germany take out of this I noticed at the end of the meeting both angle Americal and Emmanuel macro might have a line for president Putin leading the autumn is unskilled as I am yeah it was a rather old quit and to this press conference which ended in the lease a palace no sign of any sort of Ripoll or interaction between and the president's if Ukraine and Russia and I think that move towards Vladimir Putin at the end by menu macro and Angela Merkel was really a step to try and make sure that there was a smooth ending and there wasn't any let's say all quit interaction between a prison sentence him president Putin BAPS and attempted at a handshake that might go wrong or something of that nature I think they wanted to just get everyone off get this would obviously be a quite difficult event get to tell you that out with the promise that they might need to get in four months time instead of having anything which would look particularly bad in front of the

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Russia hands back 3 seized ships to Ukraine

BBC Newshour

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Russia hands back 3 seized ships to Ukraine

"Russia has handed back three Ukrainian vessels sees the year ago of Crimea Ukrainian peninsula annexed by Moscow in twenty fourteen Ukraine's deputy foreign minister said they were heading for a Dessa Jenna Fischer is in Kiev this is another confidence building measure in the slowly improving relationship between Russia and Ukraine two months ago the twenty four sailors who were on board these three ships were returned to Kiev now with the meeting between the presidents of Ukraine and Russia confirmed for three weeks time the ships have been sent back

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Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey Team Up for ‘The Office’ Podcast

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey Team Up for ‘The Office’ Podcast

"The office Jennifer is your lover Angela Kinsey are launching a weekly podcast themselves called office ladies I'm sure it's going to wind up on our I heart radio a podcast each week we're gonna break down an episode of the office share behind the scenes info and answer Lister questions again that's gonna be office lady with Jenna and

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:53 min | 3 years ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Day. Thank you so much for sponsoring animal radio by the way the Pets Day program is at Caesar's Palace Peres Planet Hollywood Hera's Flamingos bally's and Rio as well as the Imperial Palace resorts in Las Vegas just a lot of great hotels topping off this week show with Jenna Fischer. She's on the phone hygienic. How're you doing? Hey guys. How are you good to talk to you? Where you calling from the set? I'm not I'm calling from my house. I wish I were calling from the set. That sounds more exciting. You work in now. Aren't you this week we are. We're shooting this. <hes> were shooting the current season the season five but <hes> I had the morning off which is a real treat and so so I'm talking to you guys very exciting. Tell us I remember in two thousand six. You are on the Front of People magazine or you were you were pictured in people magazine with Andy's indies still around. He is he's sixteen years old doing great last year he was diagnosed with the beginnings of kidney disease and <hes> I have to you say <hes> if I I worked for many years doing animal rescue which I think you guys know and through doing <hes> animal rescue. I got sort of a crash course I I feel like I became a little bit of like a a vet's assistant with my knowledge of various diseases and things that cats can have and thankfully I wasn't overwhelmed by the news that he had the beginnings of kidney disease because it's really manageable and I give him Subcu- fluids at home every day.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

"From Jenna Fischer joining us on the season of stars here at Animal Radio Lots of giveaways this hour and <hes> in fact <hes> well. Let's not do that now. We'll do that in just a few minutes stacey when he working on flea and tick season <hes> here and you know what your house could be making your tick problem worse. I'll tell you about it coming up on animal radio news lying three we yeah is it warm. Hi How you doing hi Dr Arnn fine. Thank you for the opportunity to ask you a question. What's doctor? Basically I have my cat. Buddy has been with me since nineteen ninety nine and <hes> I noticed that lately when my cat buddy grooms grooms himself he's pulling some hair out <hes> he has batches now of skin without hair around his ties and I was just wondering you know why that would be he's an in and out cat and <hes> <hes> the only <hes> stress we you know I live alone with him and he lives alone with me but the only stress that we got now is an ant infestation in our place and the and let's get to his food and buddy comes to me and I opened you can't forum and throw away the deal you know Kansas got all the ants and it's been a battle. I don't know if that that's stressing him out. What yeah and you know itchy cast when they're pulling their hair out of the first things we really look at it or whether there's something medically going on or if we think there's something behaviorally or psychologically going on in the honest truth? Is that eighty percent of itchy cats. They're pulling out hair flea. Allergy dermatitis is the likely culprit so if you're Keady does go outside and you live in a flea of Iria <hes> that's the number one thing that we focused on. We work on <hes> besides that the next things down the list tend to be allergic skin disease and that can be things like outdoor allergens food allergies and it can even be things like insect allergies so <hes> cats can actually be allergic two things <hes> crawling around the environment <hes> especially if they are they're getting close up and personal with those critters so those can be some things so I would definitely work in getting that ant problem problem taking care of and if that means picking up the food <hes> limiting the time that it's down because that definitely is one thing you can control pretty easily by just taking some that opportunity away I do I do I mean I he then he walks away and then he eats and then when I noticed that he's done I go and I grabbed the food before the and get to it but there is a <hes> <hes> <hes> a cat outside the cat and his friend and I wonder if maybe maybe he's getting some picks from <unk> her or I mean it's possible you know if he's going outside. He's definitely in a higher risk group and and fleas. It doesn't take much you know they only spend about five percent of the time on the on animal and they'll actually be in the environment so <hes> the bulk of the time so one of the main things that I would direct you to do is because this can be very frustrating when we're dealing with <hes> cats house pulling out here a lot of times we WANNA blame it on behavior and talk about stress and things that upset them but <hes> there's actually been a lot of research on this and one important piece of research they found that seventy six percent of calves that were believed to have <hes> behaviorally driven <hes> problems where they chewed their chew themselves and pulled their hair out. Seventy six percent of them were actually medical causes that just undetected so that means that that very small lesson one in four is going to be something that's more behavioral so I would work really hard hard on the flea allergy possibility and you may need to even see a veterinarian about <hes>. There's a product called Cap Star that you can give as an oral medicine and that is one of the best <hes> quickest casse kills to help <hes> decrease flea burden that can really help with <hes> <hes> determining whether or not we have a flea allergy <hes> so that's one big thing now for <hes> other types of approaches for allergies food allergies a big thing and that would require a commitment to a special diet as well so you would have to work with your veterinarian on that and make sure he's not getting other things <hes> but beyond that then we really get into the nitty gritty medications that we might use things that are in the antihistamine family for itching or things is that might be more geared towards behavioral driven things so <hes> for me I'd say before I'd say I want to try giving your kitty uphill and who wants to give their cat fell right. We'll look at some of the other things that we might be able to tackle here. When it comes to flea control well thank you? I'll take that I'll mention that cap star medicine that you mentioned and and <hes> An and you know he'll he'll take a look at them and you know but he definitely needs nieces and you know now you mentioned. I haven't been putting his he hasn't had his free treatment in a while. So that's what I need to do now that summer's coming yeah yeah and this is a this is going to be bad season when it comes to parasites all the way around fleas ex you name it so yeah yeah you definitely want to be vigilant. Sometimes we will even with veterinarians direction with some of the different products will even increase the frequency from once a month every two weeks so that might be another thing inquire with the product and with your veterinarian there okay well. Thank you very much Dr. You're welcome thanks for calling. This is Dr Debbie. We're here at one eight six six four zero five I eight four zero. 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"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Continues today with Jenna Fischer from the office and we'll probably one of my favorite characters from the office. What is as her character on the on the office preorder Pam the receptionist sales I wanted because I watched the office? Okay that's Pam. She'll be joining on the names. She has <hes> cats hats and she's one of those people that lets the cats crawl across the table. You know the dinner table while they're eating that does that well. Birds seem clean and I wouldn't mind so much about it. The cat's just came out of the litter and then you know that you're eating you dish. Oh well. That's cool but yeah he he decides that <hes> you know at that that he wants to take a bite so just calm and take a bite put it in his foot and stick their need it right in front of you. Look at you. Does your bird talk not not a word just just each the food out of my dish and I'm on a diet so I got you know limited food to eat so I wanNA strangled a bird just her and she will quit well. I know the Knicks you you actually put her in the sink. Don't you know she likes it. She'll go into Xiao with tissue. Go right into saying you fill it up like the TUB and you know interrupt you segment there. How about the cats but you know I just figured he amy welcome to the show? Thank you for having me on. Where are you calling from today calling from Bethlehem in Pennsylvania very beautiful? Are you listening on X._M.. Or is it w e what station do I love those guys. They love the animals Dr Davies right here what's going on on her. Thoughts are on a raw diet for your dog yeah that was it for any particular reason or Josh. I'm on some issues with <hes> one ear. Not both <hes> being <hes> a little more red. He'll start to get a little bit of <hes> builds up in it. I was using some <hes> weightman in treating it that way and that seemed to always take care of it and so she just started talking about a raw diet for you know different conditions and I didn't catch. What kind of dog are you gonNA? I have a little West Theo West highland terrier beautiful a lot of personality. Yes they're fun fun but I'll have to say hearing that piece of information is very different because yes they are just horrible with allergies and skin disease in general in when look at different breeds I can pretty much count on if I see a Westie and it's coming for anything skin related. We're going to have a very big allergy talk because they are just so prone to these problems problems and and it can be just something as simple as having ear infections or maybe an occasional rash or just here in their skin out to you know to the bottom of their skin. I it just varies. He's quite a bit so as far as you know I can't see that I necessarily embrace just a raw diet for this purpose. Romy I kind of go into this long spiel about <hes> food allergies and <hes> for me it isn't I don't treat that necessarily with raw diets the way I treat that is by limiting the ingredients and that might be either <unk> through a limited ingredient diet. I usually use the prepared commercial ones that are in the veterinary grade lines <hes> or I'll use a hydrolysed protein diet it. Those are the ways that most veterans feel most comfortable with dealing with food allergies and it's really based on the concepts of how pets respond to food allergens so just because of food is raw doesn't mean they're not going to be allergic to it so for me. I'd rather go to more the concept level of of what the problem is so if pence allergic to say chicken and we obviously we're going to avoid that but the problem is it's not easy to know what a dog is potential allergic to so we have to go on one of these elimination diets <hes> so <hes> the the only other problem. I'd have to say with <hes> you know doing your own like raw diets. <hes> you know there's certainly the foodborne illness concern as you know even with commercial food fluid weavers we're seeing with some of the concerns and prepared foods so that is an inherent concern. I have with those <hes> also just <hes> you know some of the different they just have concerns that we have along with that. <hes> nutritional long-term effects with <hes> a home prepared Diet <hes> a little bit variable cable so I generally leaned more towards the prepared commercial foods okay <hes> as far as allergies would it be could just be an allergic reaction even though a response <unk> bond even though which is one ear. It's never had absolutely you got it could be one ear that just kind of chronically has a problem and <hes> for some breeds <hes> I would say ears in rears for me our number one symptoms of food allergy so if we have an itchy but we have a lot of anal gland problems or we we have recurrent ear infections big reasons to address food allergies. You know being a Westie. There's other things we talk about two and there's a lot of other opportunities to treat they commonly also have <hes> you know yeast infections on the skin so if you've got any other skin symptoms elsewhere than we might deal with some of the.

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"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"jenna fischer" Discussed on Animal Radio

"To church you. May We have the chance to sit down next to big Saint Bernard or maybe even a teacup poodle. I'll tell you coming up on Radio News Joey. You're looking mighty mighty spelt the Diet's going well. I do sixty three pounds a small child there. It's actually a big child. What is an eight year old I think I don't know that's thirty three for me thirty three well? He's he's double a lot more tonight. What are you gonna be talking about today? You know the song where they you know Frank Sinatra when they show the pearly whites well. You never hear pearly brown around so we're GonNA talk about keeping your teeth pearly white. GotTa love that that's coming up in just a few minutes. Let's hit the phones one eight six six four zero five eight four zero five this is your your turn to connect with our Dream Team and ask them the questions that are on your mind. Hey Mark doing good. Are you ready to talk to the world famous Russian dog wizard. I would love to get get eighty eight. All I need some help. Go ahead okay. I have a a mixed lab. She's less than a year old which I rescued at a truck. Stop Christmas Day in the middle of the night and I guess she was lost couldn't find the owner header scanned couldn't find any idea for so here. She is with me. We have a chewing problem and last night. She decided to destroy a five hundred dollar G._P._S.. Oh my Gosh Gosh so and between a C._B.. Radio microphone for thirty dollars and several <hes> cords awards that go to these devices <hes>. I'm at my wit's end. It only happens when I leave the truck. Okay you know this is nothing new to me because I have a lot of Klein's are calling me through my so-calle training dot com and <hes> you know sometimes they call in command the verge of committing murder and asked me to talk them down because you know can you imagine they enter the House and they see the dogs lay down across their five thousand dollars leather furniture special order from Italy. You Know Live here in Newport Beach California. You know like I kept like a Beverly Hills or Shin and you know they just coming in watching doc chewing one of their arms you know and they just you know really really upset so chewing. It's one of the things which makes the people you know upset more than anything I ever dealt with <hes> the reason why they don't choose because they don't send docs needs to some something to chew but it also can be separation anxiety. It can be many different from behavioral problems. Here's my general intake and that issue <hes> if you look chewing in your truck okay and in laps <hes> how old is your your lap makes <hes> she's not much more than eight or nine months. You just had her first <hes> cycle of armed and a half ago okay so you're talking about <hes> still puppy okay so you're not even allow little child left alone. You know in your truck and you know how it goes in America maybe Russia we do but here in America will be in the jail time so you're that's GonNa be in digital for living kill up in the track but the you know the punish your your by twinkle your stuff up so he'll what I would do. I would <hes> get some travelling cage. It's made from no material from from cloth very nice one. You know that's going to work. I will use that one if it. I'm not gonNA maybe get the real one in it doesn't take too much space in its via denies the looking crates and I'm going to make make this type of arrangement every time time before I leave my truck I will put my lap makes inside inside of this great okay and instead of the crate that will supply him with Chew Toys. All different of them started from seekonk shoe or seekonk toy antler chew deer Antler Chew on Alan Bones Jones. I will miss basically get maybe two three sets of the chew toys and will rotate them okay in. That's what I will do. <hes> <hes> once you get older somewhere after fifteen months you'll be able to leave your book. You know not in the crate but this time this is the way to go oh because every time when you does something wrong that's that's less chance because it's becoming Kan Hamat. It's getting her memory buddy so the next time she going to do it again but the less like the less she will chewing in your truck. The less likely it will happen in the future because it's gradually erase erased from her memory doesn't make sense for you. Make Sense Yeah yes. That's what to do but the leash on Tiber. I'm no deletion half. I believe it even if not the leash even if you put the cable some trainers you've your liver not not suggest this method. This is going to be a recipe for disaster because on top of everything he will develop <hes> all behavioral problems based on Freedom Frustration Vlad. He knows what he's talking about. Because the dog trainer I also certified animal behavior is sometimes sounds funny sometimes say funny things but I do the real deal and on my daily on my daily job so that's the approach will take of course my friend Rant I would definitely you know two three times. A day. I will get that left makes out of my truck. I will exercise. It'll be especially mentally I will will physically to of course I would put the color unleash and I will say let's go make sure he doesn't go ahead of you and if he goes ahead of you will turn around and snap the leash like it's shown in the video if you will visit animal radio that come you'll see that video. That's been doing that good good but to make sure you use the right colleague inch color to not the regular one color needs to get justice right and after that I will maybe get some toys a chip check the website a chase it kept toys dot com. It's like you can play with your book like with a cat and exhaust duct physical and mental it the tire.

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