12 Burst results for "Jennifer Fisher"
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"You don't automatically make it into the razor wand hall of wands. No. Should do a special episode all the hall of wands that I'll work on the naming on that, sure. Don't worry. Justin's face told me that was definitely not what we call that episode. Anyway, I got a new black mascara. You got your black turtlenecks. I wish you the best of luck next week as you launch back into regular life. Thank you. Yeah, but you'll still be here for our listeners. We have a great show. You're doing the news. I'll be calling the news. And calling me heckling? Yeah. Sometimes I call it lady. Yeah. No, I'll be heckling the news. No, I can't do either of those things. And then we'll raise a one. And get on with our weeks. Sound good? Awesome. Okay. Yeah, let's get to it. Okay, I'm gonna hit you with some headlines today. And by the way, everything's quite positive, I think. Is it? I like that. I don't know, just kind of like skimming, yeah. Okay. Keeping it light, okay? Needs to keep positive to keep it sunny right now. Need a little brightness in our lives. Don't you think? I think, yes. Don't you think? Jeez. All right. Bobby Brown has something important to tell you. The makeup artist and founder of Jones road and kind of woman who can do anything it seems has just launched a new podcast and it is not her first. We've talked about her other audio ventures. But this one is called the important things with Bobby Brown and angelli Kumar. This is a weekly iHeartRadio original podcast and it asked the question, how can you lead a life of fulfillment gen? The important things with Bobby Brown and angeli Kumar is the name of the show. Now, she says, I am thrilled to be returning to iHeartMedia with the important things. And it's going to explore one of my favorite topics right now, which is how world class thinkers and leaders constantly prioritize and reinvent themselves. During the pandemic, I know I simplified my life to focus on only what mattered most to me and I'm excited to hear how our guests have done the same thing and share their collective wisdom with our audience. The first episode of Gloria Steinem and future episodes will include conversations with designer Jennifer Fisher, soccer legends Ali Krieger and ashlyn Harris, philanthropist Christy turlington burns and jeopardy champion Amy Schneider. I'll listen for Amy Schneider. At first I was like, okay, I get it. And then I got excited about Amish Scheider,.
Under the Influence
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on Under the Influence
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Men In Blazers
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Like, how will we perform when we're called out at the global level? I care and I work backwards ultimately from that. And there's reports coming out as we bloody green room of a second Honduran being treated for hypothermia this seconds me in every regard. There's a question what now? We head off to the window. We have to go to the azteca. Yes, a diminished Mexico. We've never won at the azteca though. And then there's all kinds of permutations, Panama Costa Rica, still sticking around Panama still to play tonight, Costa Rica one tonight there's still dark scenarios are still glorious scenarios. And I think we should probably go to the questions. Where are we? I do know this, as I say, by this time in our qualifying process day that we should know pretty well, the beginning crystallization of our best alive and that's where we should be instead we're wearing about hypothermia and seriously. How many starters do we know of right now? These are problems, these are problems of our own making David. Yeah, absolutely. By the way, I'm in the remarkable thing is the actual twin cities weather service were tweeting out before the gang that they were warning citizens of Minneapolis St. Paul, not to be outside for more than 20 minutes or they were going to get hypothermia. And we sent out these players to go and play the game, so it's pretty inexcusable. Let's dive in, they very, we've talked enough. I genuinely want this questions. I want candor come at us. I also want to lift up a bit. We've won. We've already won the game of football. And yet, I feel like crap David. So let's lift this up and happy as just posted that he broke his nose. God love. What a warrior. Why, by the way, that was the one darkness of the night. I was like, please, God, please create a goal for the great papi. Let him go back to Augsburg, where he's going to suffer and learn and struggle and hopefully overcome. Let me go back with a goal. Maybe this is happy place. Instead, we're sending back we're very with a broken nose, but let's go to questions. Yeah, let's get to it at the Q&A portion. We're going to call you up onto the stage and invite you to speak when you moved up. Please just remember to stay muted until we call on you and a reminder to everyone listening. The only way you can ask a question is to actually join us here live on the green room app. Roger, who are you calling to the stage first? Come on up. Let's lead with the great Jennifer Fisher, can be reversed tell us where you are, what your question is, Jennifer. Welcome. Hi roger, I'm in Dallas, Texas. We love your. By the way, where the heck would U.S. soccer be without your incredible city, you incredibly youth development system. Jennifer Fisher, we are going to lump it all on you. Debo and I, personally, are you Jennifer? Jennifer Fisher. Thank you. Thank you, Jennifer Fisher. Well, I was going to say Reggie canon's brother attends the school that I work at. What's Reggie Kennedy's brother's name? Colin. The back of that. Did you clean your through on for answering that? Thank you, Colin, for what you've done in register development. And thank you to the unnamed person who by the way, whoever that is command to our questions when we're asked I hope he gets your talking dog. It's probably going to border. Yeah. It's my husband. Okay. Well, your husband's name. Calling cannon. You forgot your husband's day. What's your name again? Colin. His name is Jack. Okay, let's get into it. Thank you, Jack. What is your question, Jenna? Fisher in Dallas. Yeah, so my question is, and you've talked about this a little bit already, but what does it say about the trust that our federation has in this team that they are playing the games under these conditions? We rightly complain about the antics of Concacaf, but I feel like we've lost any moral high ground by then doing this. The U.S. soccer right at home in Concacaf and they're saying right in the right in the right confederation. This is a federation who has robbed said and I just looked on I just looked on my Twitter rods at that just the video that posting of Greg taking that selfie. It's just that's terribly poor judgment. A lot of the judgment of a lot of decisions they've made during this qualifying campaign of the way they've handled social media the way they've handled media. And I think this is just a this is so disrespectful. I still come back to it despite the optics behind the how insulting it is to their opposition. I still come back to the fact that ultimately and this is not new for the U.S. soccer federation, they've been referring to previous lawsuits. They're ultimately disrespecting their own players. And that's what I find so I'm not really believing in their own players and I just loathe this. These athletes, U.S. soccer has made so much progress roger and I have been following this team following the score for so long..
The Mortified Podcast
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast
"The radio hi. i'm winning. I grew up in los angeles like every kid. I was trying to figure out who i was while also desperately trying to fit in when it came to crushes when he stack knew she was a little different from some of her classmates. She just wasn't exactly sure. Why do you twenty six two thousand seven. I really like my camp counselors kit and zoe today. When everyone played soccer. I got hit in the head with a soccer ball and i had dirt all over my face in front of kit then i got hit in the face again in front of her but then i felt better because she hugged me afterwards then one day. She began to get an inkling october. Twenty third two thousand seven. Okay so i'm kind of obsessed with this woman named jenna fischer who plays this receptionist on my favorite tv. Show the office. Also she was in blades of glory. She's so pretty. And such a great actress and i have like a girl crush on her. Ll sometimes i get like obsessed with people like nora and caitlyn from drama cam. Two years ago and miley cyrus or kitten zoe from ivory. The summer. And melanie and now jenna fischer. I'm going to send her fanmail. He asked not the best picture of her. she's much pretty from huric's utopia. I'm neil and this is mortified today on the show the teenage writings of two kids who harbor and intense pop culture crush from the cast of the office to dawson's creek. And beyond how can our celebrity infatuation help us understand who we are and what we want life once again. here's winnie at a mortified event in new york. City october thirtieth. Two thousand seven. Okay so yesterday after school. Me mom emma. My sister and paul my step dad. We're having a family meeting. And we're talking about how i never talk about my feelings and how i feel about stuff around the house so that if i don't talk to someone i might become a crack at it but i do talk about my feelings. I talked to the tree in my backyard. November six thousand seven backs about jenna fischer one. She recently got a divorce to a man named james gunn to she's number thirty seven in people magazine's one hundred most beautiful three. She broke four bones in her back or her mother was her acting coach five. She earned a bachelor's degree from truman. State six her cat is named andy. Unfortunately my crushes and secrets. Were hard to keep considering. I was ten november eleventh thousand seven today at art. I told claire. I wanted to marry jenna. Fischer so claire told molly and molly was like fine. The wedding's off we were going to have a fake wedding recess so then all at once all these people like tall jackson price. And a bunch of other started talking about jenna fisher and i could hear tall say. I don't even know who she is and j. p. like mocking jenna fischer. It made me so upset. Ps i hate nighttime at mom's house because i feel so bad for olivia my cat because mom yells at her when she pees on my november. Ninth two thousand seven my secrets and who knows one. I love matthew light gender. Claire kelsey lydia and ruby to i used to not like molly matthew leitch. Anger may may and ruby. Three kennedy can be mean. Sometimes everyone on this list and more four. I'm like actually in love with jenna fischer a bunch of people. No i like her. But don't know i'm actually in love with her. I love jennifer fisher so much because one. She is one of the most beautiful people to me too. She's a wonderful actress three. She seems really nice and mother like in person or i think we have a lot in common. She looks very fun and looks like she gives good. Hugs november. Fourteen thousand seven. Math me and molly. We're talking about our wedding. She got me a fake engagement ring. And j p was like winnie. You are not gay and tall was like how do you know and j. p. was like because she's liked other boys before she's told me i was so shocked he said that. Then i heard molly and shannon talk. Which i couldn't quite make out but then shannon said yeah jenner fisher was so last month november twentieth. Two thousand seven days are getting slower and more boring. I'm sad because one my old my old therapist mikhael has cancer of the liver. And i really miss him. He's sixty five to apparently grandma. Joan fell yesterday because their bones are so fragile. She broke her hip. she needs another hip replacement. And we'll miss my grandparents day tomorrow and thanksgiving three mean kennedy. Haven't talked in lake forever for things. Telling me something in the back of my mind about jenna fischer but i don't know what it's saying. Whatever it saying. I think about it a lot. July twenty fifth two thousand eight strange dream i had i was in the movie rent but the group of people i had been hanging out with weren't any of the characters neither was i so i'm standing with these friends and my mom asks me which is your love. It's a group of boys and girls. So i panic and point to one of the guys and he plays along then i just tell the truth and walk beside one of the girls wearing a coat and a beanie hat. No mom actually she is. The girls supports me. My mom seems upset. But i don't care i decided to. I am in the dream. Then i wake up anyway. Strange november ten th two thousand eight. Today i thought was going to be terrible. And i would have to rebuild the ladder. I worked so hard on to make but it turned out that everything was fine. I laughed a lot. Closer to julia. I think today and was also really popular with my dance moves at lunch. I was teaching everyone popping locking ripples and waves. I think it's kind of funny though because the only times that i'm like really popular. Something is when i'm dancing. Law actually probably not so good. I really wanted to fit in with the kids at my school. Obviously so i made a list of ways. I could initiate a conversation ordered. Hang out with people outside of class ways to make plans with people one. Oh my god twilights coming out soon to the beach. Sounds so nice three. My dad makes the best dot dot dot or we should go shopping together. Five chinatown plans. Six you've gotta meet my dog slash cat. Seven study group eight. You're taking basketball to nine. We should make up a dance ten. Let's have an office marathon november twenty third two thousand eight. it's titled. There's a new girl in town today. It hit me not only do. I like jennifer fisher but kristen stewart who plays bella main character.
Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"Growth in an apartment or a house in kansas city. We grew up in a house a couple of different houses. But you live in an apartment now in my dream is to move back to an apartment. I love living in an apartment. Yeah and our parents still live in an apartment which is which is fairly unusual in kansas city. Yes yes melissa writes gretchen. I remember way back when reading your first book where it started that you described talking about your idea for the happiness project at a dinner party. A man was there who pooh-poohed the idea and said something along the lines of how would never amount to anything. I know living well is the best revenge and you would never have all the negative but have you ever run into this person again. The eat his words and realize how wrong he got it after. All you have started movement with books podcast newsletters and cetera. Please tell me you have had a very small and very dignified gloat at some stage well melissa thank you very much for your kind words but alas i have never crossed house. Was that man again and believe me. I would know it if i did because i remember him. Well no. I never got my moment of indication but i i maybe someday new york. Maybe we'll run into each other again. I hope so elaine asked. What is the best gift you ever gave each other well. That was easy for me gretchen. We've talked about it on the podcast before my treadmill desk. Yes you gave me a treadmill desk and oh my gosh. It changed my life where i had to call and ask you. Do i have your permission to give you a treadmill those because it's like a puppy you can't just like yes send out. It was a great gift and then another great gift crushing that you gave me was something you really bequeath me. I guess i should say amazing. Pair of jeans. You had These leave is that were like the traveling pants. Yes she obstacle. Looked amazing on everyone. And i mean i guess i just begged you for them and when i was in college and you let me have that which was beyond generous. I have to say. I remember really feeling torn and then thinking in matters so much. When you're when you're in college. I really should let her have them but i remember it so i mean they got so much use is all i can tell you. That's good and bring you elizabeth. You give me these very thoughtful. T shirts like i. Because i'm obsessed with the five senses. You gave me one catch up. Because i have a whole thing of catch up. And how magical ketchup is you gave me one with the bluebird you give with like for christmas. That was a bluebird with a santa hat. You made the you made the very first upholder shirt and stay tuned. We're going to have more tendency shirts to unveil soon. But you made the very first of holder t shirt and Sort of gave the idea for that. So i like all your I have a special place in my drawer. You all the ones that you gave. Nice i have so to curate. I can't has to really be perfect. Remember seeing that bluebird with say and a hat on it in the store and just like be lining. I must have this. Yes yes okay. Connie says would love to hear from adam and jamie and he plans to have them on happier with make your listeners happier. We would love to have them but our dream is that we would all together in one place and that hasn't happened in a long time. We sort of got them to agree to it and it just it didn't happen and then cove it happened and so we wanna do it. Yes i think we will definitely have them on some point. I mean for sure. How could we not yes. Yes stay tuned for that. Danielle says as a very passionate fan of the offices well gretchen. I'm curious to know how you would define the tendencies of each character gretchen. I'm sure you've thought about this. Okay here we go. Pam is in obliged her though in real life. I know from reading her book and listen to the office. Ladies podcasts. jennifer. Fisher is an upholder but pam isn't blazer. Jim is a questioner. Dwight is an upholder and probably angela is an employee. You can't tell us well. But i think she's a she's an upholder. Stanley is a rebel. Or he is a questioner who tips to rebel. I could argue either way. Creed is a rebel. Michael isn't obliged oskar is a questioner. I think darryl is a question here. But again i don't have enough evidence but i think he's a questioner ryan. It's hard to tell again probably questioner or rubble. If you have thoughts please send them to me. Be sure to include examples to back up your theory. I can throw down the office with anyone and nothing would give me more pleasure than reviewing scenes with people to try to do a four tendencies analysis gretchen. I know you love to talk about the office. Yes ned tricia says. I have a question for both of you. How do you document or catalog. The important takeaways from books articles you read. Do you take notes into a device as you come across something noteworthy or do you handwrite. Your notes. keep notebooks there many times. I read something that i think i may want to refer to later but i have yet to come up with cataloging system that works. Well for me we'll gretchen. I rarely do this. Although i'll write something on the white board or on a hosted note and put it on my computer. But i don't have like a system If i have an idea or something. I text myself but i don't take notes as i read but this is a huge part of what you do yeah. I spend a lot of time doing this. So i have different documents. Gigantic documents where. I will dump things in to it and taking notes while i read is a is a major thing that do with my time but i don't have an elaborate system of organizing them for me. It works better to have huge documents and then to search by word for something that i'm looking for. I actually find that the serendipity of finding things actually helps my inside my imagination so i. i don't fight that. I used to feel like i should try to have a much more sophisticated system of tagging but then i actually realized that this works for me. At least we'll point gretchen. What's amazing is your memory. Because you'll remember that you want to find something you'll remember. There was a quote. You'll have a notion of it and you know to look for it and that is like a superpower. I remember that much more than like things that actually happened. I'd be like oh i forgot. We talked about that. Oh that quotation. From g k chesterton from that. I read five years ago. Matt remember all remembering the wires season two when this happened. I mean You know in the character said this and i. It's amazing how you you your memory works. Well it's fun well. This was really to go over these questions. Thanks to everybody who sent them in. Let us know if you have any additional questions or responses to what we said..
The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on The Office Deep Dive with Brian Baumgartner
"His family. Thank you for bringing it up. Because mark york should be recognized for the tremendous work that he did and it is a great loss. All right in the episode. With jennifer fisher. It's possible that she and i may have briefly. Mentioned an idea that steve had for an office reunion. So daniel kelly says how do you let her. Drop that. Info about steve's idea and bury it like. Oh yeah. I've heard steve's idea like the world knows what you speak and brushed aside like the crumbs of cookie Look first of all it. Steve's idea if steve wants to talk about his idea. That isn't a reality at this moment. Then steve can't. Let's just say that the idea does happen. What would you wanna know. Wouldn't you want to be surprised. And if you don't wanna be surprised. I can tell you this. Nbc wants you to be surprised so neither nor myself. He's going to reveal steve's idea i'm very sorry but the point was there is an idea. And it's really good sean. H. m. talks about wanting well very specific new episode dude. We're loving the podcast. But you know what we also want an episode where we talk to brian and get to know everything kevin. We can't wait to hear you. Tell us everything about your character. You know that is an idea sean. It has been talked about a little but not for a while. So who knows but who would talk to me or would i have to talk to myself and would that be a disaster. I don't know thank you for the input. It is dis- it has been discussed so we'll see you can take total credit if we end up doing that. Drew papu us. I'm sure that's wrong. Writes this podcast. Bring so much joy to my work commute. You're the man at bb baumgartner. You're damn right. I am drew pooches. And because you said that. I'm really sorry that i butchered your name which i definitely did So steve and i talked about the director sandwich which is when a director compliments and actor then tells them what they're doing terribly wrong and then gives them another compliment to soften the blow so michael george rights. I had to laugh when you were talking about the director sandwich. Because i'm a teacher and we do it to usually an e mails to kids parents. We call it a shit sandwich. Glad to know they do it other places. Nothing made me laugh harder. Maybe throughout this entire podcast. Recording experience than steve talking about the director sandwich. Because it's so true. And now i'm going to need to go and look back at emails from teachers about my kids and see if i can find to shit sandwich there and if there is well it probably means my kid. Did something wrong reverend. Beebe which is not me to be very clear. Here's my question because i'm curious. Was it always the intent to do both podcasts. or was it just. Hey we have all of this useful stuff left. Let's do it. Great question reverend beebe. It was always my intention. Yes from the very beginning. The first person we interviewed was rain. Wilson and i had even brought it up before then like i think. We're gonna want what we're going to get more material than we want because an oral history of the office was My math is bad. But let's say eight to ten hours Something like that. And i sat down our very first interview with rain wilson. We sat down for over. Two hours and immediately was like whoa. We can't use all of that. And he said so many amazing things so yes. It was always our intention to release more of the full conversations because we knew we had way more or we were going to get way more than what we needed for an oral history of the office. But thank you for the question. Joe bangles rights to me on twitter. Random question but do you have a favorite cheese chatter from wisconsin going to eleven rights to me regarding the steve carell episode. I love this episode. My wife has a theory on why young people love the office. It helps them feel less intimidated about being working adults. Just because you are a professional doesn't mean you have it all figured out. They recognized personalities from school in the show. I think i think. I think you're on to something going to eleven. I think you're going to eleven or you're going to a hundred or whatever the biggest number would be. That's very interesting. yeah. I not specifically thought about being less intimidated seeing people who work in an office later on not not kind of having it all together and figured out. But that's i think that's a very very interesting theory. And yes i do. Think recognizing personalities from their other classmates and the structure of class versus. The office was so similar like an unreasonable teacher. Who makes you do unreasonable. Things very similar from michael scott making his office workers do unreasonable things. Laura be harsh field sir beck rights. I will say my eleven year. Old son knows every episode and what season finds all the mistakes. and little extras. I have missed. I asked him why he likes it. And it's because the characters talk about real life and he thinks it's real. He knows it's not really a documentary. But it's what he thinks. Being adult and working is like which shows how great the show was done. Well laura all i can tell you is. It is indeed what we were going for. The reality This sort of ultra reality of Not just making a documentary or how. A documentary was shot but in terms of the behaviors and interactions of the characters. So thank him for watching and for being so interested and Thank you for clearly. Raising a great son and fan of the show. Kristen she he writes. I'm loving the podcast. Currently going through chemo. And the office and your podcast has provided me with so much joy during this difficult process. God bless you kristen. I hope you get better soon. And thank you for listening and for watching and again. i'm. I'm so glad that us crazy. Band of nut heads have given some relief to what you are going through. Pam jill from the randall. Einhorn episode rights. What does he key grip slash grip do well they grip it and a key grip. I mean clearly grips the key. I think bc. Jim dad rights brian. Did you just hear aaron rodgers in the match. Tell charles barkley if you just beat brian. Baumgartner in tahoe he'll be happy yes. I did hear that. And i attempted after being sent the clip of it from tahoe where i was getting ready to play where he wasn't. I did attempt to communicate. Because i felt like i was brought up on air. I should have a chance to respond. So i attempted to contact. Charles barkley and aaron rodgers and well not really antique. Because i didn't know how to get a hold of anybody there. But i tried to be able to respond. They ignored phone calls. So nothing unusual about any of that. Robert mccarthy forty two rights. I'd love to know some storylines that just missed making it into the office. There must have been a bunch of great ones. Ps love the podcast. Thank you robert. The one that springs to mind. I know we talked about or were about to talk about on an episode pet day. Pet day was actually to my knowledge. The only written script that we never did there was a fully written script. And i think it just kind of get kept getting pushed and wasn't done. There may have been some animal activists that would not have been happy about that episode. I don't specifically remember the content but pet day was the title and there is a written episode of the office that i read at some point very early on that has never ever been produced veggie the memer rights just a question. What is your favorite scene. You've ever played as kevin malone by the way you're my favorite actor person in the series well veggie. You're amazingly smart number one to my favorite scene ever. I mean. i guess. I'm supposed to say the chili. Seen to be my answer. So i can say that or i can answer differently. The scene with amy ryan at the vending machine where she is counting money into my hands. that's the one that i remember being for me the most difficult to not laugh because of her sincerity and sweetness and how it was written her performance. All of it I remember that scene. And then now that i'm thinking even more maybe the basketball. I mean i made thirteen in a row and primetime and who's done that. Not not many people ever have done network. Primetime made thirteen in a row from the free. Throw line extended. So that's a possibility as well. Nick hamby on apple. Podcasts writes a great podcast. Love the podcast. I've watched the office forty four times through during my wife's pregnancy. We watched it so much that the first song that my son reacted to the intro to the office loved the show and pod. Great well nick. You might win. I don't know forty four times is a lot of times. I don't know that i could count that. I will tell you a funny story. Billy irish who we talked to told us at the time That we talked she had watched it. Fourteen times through there is some discussion. She has watched it at least one more time since but fourteen times through and i remember writing about that on social media and i can't tell you the number of comments that i got that was like fourteen emitter. She's not a real fan. And i'm like fourteen. Times is a lotta times like you got. You can't dismiss fourteen times as an as a number of times so but forty four nick. Congratulations you are officially as of this moment in time. You're the highest watcher. That i have heard of so congratulations. And i say over forty five. It's a way way better number and there you have it folks. Another mailbag in the well in the back huge. Thanks to all of you guys for coming back week after week and and forgiving us well giving us the fuel to make this episode. I could not ask for a better group of listeners. Keep the comments coming out. We're going to see if we can fit in another episode very soon. But until then we're gonna be back tuesday with well perhaps the most well dressed man in the business the incredible director paul feek. And you never know. We might have a little surprise coming to you before. Then what does that mean. Well it means that persona thursday week. Everyone oppy.
Happy Sad Confused
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"You know i'm not saying i would never be interested in superman. And if it was batman. Which matt was already doing. It might have been a difference. I might have thought felt differently about. I understand batman. You know i understand harley quinn like i don't understand every character so you end on suicide squad. It's fascinating to me. That like i said they even offered it up because the epoch you could perceive it as having some baggage while the box office was good obviously wasn't like most critically acclaimed film is david's struggles to the studio are famous out. I mean that's still is part of today. I mean first of all. There's no greater guy than david air. He's been the best guy to me in. The world is extremely talented filmmaker but everyone knows he has struggles. That's a that's a. That's a you know that affects the title. And so that's you know part of what this was. How did you feel like your way into like navigating that baggage was. Did it feel like you have to implement soon things in order to kind of like make people realize okay. We're starting from scratch or not. No just make make the best movie. You can trust the net hundred percent like that from the beginning. That wasn't my business if you know if were brothers has problems because of the first movie or whatever that is really up to them to figure out and you know and and fix not fix like that's up to them. I can just tell the best story. I can. And i wasn't going to be telling a story that was a shadow of david's movies that i'm like i'm trying to react to things that didn't work in your movie and make them differently. I just wanted to tell the story of the suicide squad. That i wanted to tell and always wanted to tell and i was jealous when when david got that gig there one of my favorite comics and so i was like oh. I always thought that would make a great movie. Well i'm excited to see the movie because you know somebody else's doing it but You know that was zam. You know always such an would make a great property always was excited about the potential of doing it and then they made the movie in. That data was great. So it's just you know. It's i can't do everything i dream about doing right. It's more of a. I mean it's more men on a mission men and women on a mission film than it is a superhero super villain team move. It's it's it's more that would you agree with that. More reference points dozen more than ventures senate's war caper film with a super with z grade. Super villains you know and they're just a bunch of sad sack soldiers at the end of the day who have problems connecting with each other. So i think that yeah for sure. That's genre engine that drives the movie a much more. So than a superhero film. There's nothing really about the general superheroes down engine that drives and spill I sent you a message after i saw. I mean there are a lot of things i loved about it. The thing that jumped out to me was idris. Who i feel like i mean. I'm always rooting for him. He's he's delivered some great performances. But i feel like in the mainstream stuff. He's not been well served. And i feel like most folks for whatever reason it just hasn't clicked. They haven't found the right and a big thing for him. And i just loved him in this movie i loved. He's like to me. He's like snake skin and han solo somewhere like fused together the roll up the classic kind of reluctant hero. He's a bastard like all of them. Can you talk to me about like what. You're i mean you you get the most out of your actors like i go down the list and say like a half dozen different actors. I've never seen better before. But tell me a little bit about idris and blood. Idris is a guy who had wanted to work with time. I thought he was the star. When i saw him and stringer bell on the wire and i've loved him since then And you know. I you know my my ex wife is jennifer fisher on the office and i thought about writing a role for him in this movie and i called john up and i'm like do you like is he a nice guy. He's a great cities beyond great. She's like just tell me about how she was it with her. Publicist at an event and idris. Int- met her. It was so nice toward look during the is anybody who's in hollywood knows that there are a lot of people that when they're around famous person everybody else seems to disappear. We mike mike. I have a friend of my. Who's a tv tv actor and we have a guy who we know who we go to a party with this person and we can tell exactly where career is at that time lamb time he spends looking at us versus looking around and other people very famous burs. And it's it's obvious you always know where you stand in. The guy looks at you if that's always something and that's what it is not like so she can't. He came very highly recommended. I wanted somebody who had the gravity about them. You know he's like a william money and unforgivable a guy had came from the heights of super billingham. Each shot man down from the sky with a kryptonite bullet and now he's in a prison scraping gum up the floor and has no interest in being recruited into this operation so i just thought he would be great for that and i wrote the whole around him. Were you ever gonna show that reference point to taking down superman or was it best left in the imagination. Yeah i never thought about showing it now. I mean like no never really thought it you know you have a great kind of roads gallery. Some of a witch like are better known than others. Most frankly are not known to most even colic fans i mean. I don't know most of these characters. And then i still had fallen in love with polka-dot man etcetera But there were there. Were as you say there were different. I know want rose was considering different..
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Was by the way a hundred percent right. I just couldn't do it. So you know looking at jennifer fisher standing across me john. Kaczynski is crumpled up into a ball under the table in that room reading his lines for the bluetooth he was there john was there i remember. He was there but i didn't remember. He was hiding under the table. My god through all the takes there was more foreign to hide in the room because it was a small conference room and the cameras as you guys were moving all the time everywhere. There was no safe space so he just hid under the test. Expert john krasinski with curled up under the desk. Yes and i'm just like mortified like this is the well this is it. I'm never acting again. Obviously because stephen merchants never gonna cast me in anything Jenna and i think i'm absolutely out of my mind i. It was a stressful day. It's all great now but it was a stressful day. Mike is rich. I think you're being too hard on yourself. And taking on too much of the responsibility. Because i was also told that alex might be a possible. Love interest for pam. Not that pam would have feelings for alex that she might have to manage his feelings for her. And by the way i want to say i only respected rich in that moment and so much so that we went on to do a movie together. We did the giant mechanical man. You played my brother in law and you so funny. that's right. Giant command is a great movie by the way great. And you guys are fantastic in it. It's a real. I love that movie. And i believe me when i in the in the month or so following my final day at the office and and we exchanged information because we we. It was clear we were going to be friends. i i my recollection is when you and and lee reached out to ask if i would come and do a table read for this movie that you guys were working on. It was both so exciting but also such a relief that you had not Written.
Men In Blazers
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Would she question. I survived we. Now you'll be chairing for on sunday. But i was wondering who will the neutrals be cheering for italy or so. But they've won a lot of trophies and england has not so they're a bit of the underdog story. Dave and how'd you the said the reality is. It's a great question. My bad sorry i think most casual viewers. Who are who are tunin from. America will be cheering england. A the a deeply casual. Who don't know about football. And i think that's more of a crapshoot. These day i think for the premier league is just an affinity such. I mean this is an amazing thing you can klinsmann did it. With his jumanji in two thousand and six ten they german team. That was genuinely the roy that he turned into a deeply likable collective. It was an astonishing thing as an englishman to watch that has to love and admire them. And i think the english team is just so remarkable and admirable. Yes but the way the italian team. What they've done is remarkable to miss the world cup two thousand eighteen bounce spout with this with this intense style of play this manager. There's a lot of redemption sprinkle around. I think the italian team is such a such a full with a a footballing narrative. The broadest possible audience had imagined. Would just if you if you don't love thirty at the site of thirty million beige just telescoping into the air. If you enjoy seeing middle aged men just fill it. It's really legit till the natural. It's now like when you walk on the beach in brasilia deceased six-year-old men with huge stomach is totally legit to where a speedo. It's now wembley now full for. It's just legit to just rip it all off. And i think for that reason that human joy it's It's england the white david. I had to say though as an english man. With a remarkable number of italian american and italian friends. Living in america's certainly my world of casual football fans including My partner are going to be routine. Gory offer italy. And i think that you know it. Sort of depends. What kind of flavor of football you enjoy italy inning of a two very different flavors of football I think you know people who enjoy primarily couple probably gonna recruitment. I think people who enjoy the mall continental aspect of football gonna root for italy. It's gonna be a To me i think it could been ultime. Plastic final two teams. You know today. I think we had room talk about this little bit. Democ i think focused so hard on shutting downing men's aggressive offensive play difficult to play football themselves at certain times in the game and i think italy are going gonna go and play that game in england. They're gonna go and play that game. And i think you're gonna see them running each. I think you could see a lotta goals. And i think it could be a remarkable remarkable game of football and i think the neutral would won't bat more than anything role own sunday. We're going to bring to the stage the creighton. George is a clue in the surname. John full. Oh oh well. You're from georgia. What your question. I our nation's capital washington. Dc shot up dc united and the washington. Spirit my question for you guys. Obviously it's going to help. England playing at wembley. But how much do you think it'll help compared to if this game was played in rome or if this game was played at a neutral venue i mean look. There is a very large italian population in london. So i think a lot of times. They're going to travel. I think there'll be a lot of italians at the I think way more italians at the game than there were danes at the game this weekend. it is There is a great affection. Between the italian people in the english people And a long history of italian players playing superbly in the premier league shoutouts. My beloved jin franco zola. My favorite chelsea flavorful time And i think I think obviously if phasing than playing at home. But i think the italian squad feel pretty humble wembley. They played semi final against spain. They wanna penalty shootout. They have good memories. And i think you know it's not as it's not like gonna you know anfield on a cold night in february. This is playing imperfect conditions in wembley on a field where they have happy memories unit. I say this tournament structure is utterly ludicrous. That it's no surprise. I think three of the teams that had the most home games going to the semi final. And it's just such a ridiculous imbalance to the way it's crafted. And i am so happy for england for reasons that you can listen to the. I eighty seven minutes. This pump cost but it is a totally ludicrous. The the team can have such a balance in. They told them which is meant to be flying around into to to send demo to back us. Play a quarter-final then sling them back. Here i mean the end of an existing season it just is utterly amazed. Mean it's embarrassing and shambolic that doesn't take away from england's one but i found the whole structure of the thing i mean i'm so grateful for the to be a tournament other wanna be picky about it but my god you gotta get this tournament properly and order. Many many ways raunchy can only compete in the tournament. You're playing in. However i think it all surprise anybody to understand that the reasons why the tool was structured in this way was about money. It was about just cash in envelopes. In the way that you could make the most money that's the way they structured. The tournament will bring to the stage. The great jennifer fisher. Oh where you from. And what she questioned. Welcome.
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on KOMO
"Four large cranes from China have arrived in Seattle Port Commissioner Fred Feldman says. Once installed, they'll provide a big boost to port traffic. This is what's gonna mean the sustained employment of our maritime economy. He says. They will also help clear a backlog of ships waiting to unload their cargo at West Coast forests. Some of the tiniest animals in the ocean are providing proof the blob has broken up. The Northwest marine biologist says Cold water plankton have returned to a massive North Pacific Ocean zone once dominated by weirdly warm water. Jennifer Fisher with Oregon State University tells the Times. The plankton return is good news for the oceans, overall health and evidence the blob has dissipated. You might have noticed Part of a new bridge is now in place over part of I five workers put one section of the new Northgate walking and bike Bridge into place early Sunday morning Workers plan to install the second half of the bridge next weekend. Work will start late Saturday night into Sunday morning, Southbound five will close for that late night work and traffic will be do toured onto highway 99 still ahead the prices of real estate already hi, I'm Brian Calvert. Why not splurge a little and by the landmark that's for sale. 504. Now here's Marina rock injure with our Cuomo traffic. We do that every 10 minutes on the floor is from the juvenile Law Group Traffic Center. Oh, boy, I mentioned an issue earlier north, Um four or five north of 5 20. It did get cleared out of the way. So it is actually a little sluggish from 5 20 but starting to improve where it's bumper to bumper traffic is South and I fight from North East 85th through downtown towards forest from an earlier problem. It's heavy north on I five from one 45th in shoreline to the county line in Mountlake Terrace, But then it clears out. CH. Four or five slow in Bellevue from Northeast eight to Newcastle still struggle in federal way southbound I five Those slowdowns began a 2 88, and then they become bumper to bumper at 3/20 almost into five South Bend 167 slow from highway 18, Ellingson and again from 24th. Past highway 4 10 and in Puyallup, Your next coma traffic at 5 14 update on traffic sponsored by Beacon Plumbing here, eating an electrical called beacon today and save $50 on all drain cleaning and sewer repair. Just call 1 800 freakin and stop freaking called beacon. Here's Shannon O'Donnell with a check on the weather. Hi, everybody is still Scattered showers. Instead of just that constant deluge we had throughout the day on Sunday.
"jennifer fisher" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Forth by Republicans. It was an effort from Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert and some Arizona Republicans to try and have Vice President Mike Pence ignore electoral votes next week, The judge ruled the legal action didn't have enough standing to sue. The decision comes just days before Congress meets to certify Joe Biden's win on Wednesday. Pence pushed back against the lawsuit before the ruling. Pharmacist at a Wisconsin clinic is the main suspect in the now criminal investigation into hundreds of spoiled doses of the Corona virus vaccine. Tom Roberts says more graft in police arrested the man Thursday but did not identify him. Our brother, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said 46 year old Stephen Brandenburg was booked into jail on charges in the case. Aurora Health says the doses were intentionally left to spoil over the weekend. But no one is saying why officers are asking prosecutors File criminal damage to property and second degree recklessly endangering safety charges. Both are felonies. I'm Tom Roberts. Scientists are marveling over a well preserved Willie Rhinoceros carcass in Russia. Phil Hewlett has more. 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 Coat. They believe the mammal may have roamed more than 12,000 years ago, Phil Hewitt reporting 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 Jennifer Fisher. Pulling a matrix inspired prank on Dwight.
The Next Right Thing
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.