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"jessie" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"We talked about life and it was just as wonderful as I hoped it would be because it hasn't always been that easy for Jesse. You know, there was a period where it didn't feel like music was actually working for her and she's so honest about all that stuff. And really honest about everything she's a deeply uncomplicated, wonderful person. Someone said about her, I love it when good things happen to nice people. And I couldn't agree more. She's a really, really nice person. And anyway, she's ended up having a really big queer fan base. I mean, it's not a surprise, but I think it's interesting because we talk about this in the interview. It's not like it sort of started there, but there's something about her music that speaks to queer people, including myself, is it because she's a disco diva, don't know. We go into it. We have the whole chat. We also have a good old chat about her mom, Lenny, who she hosts her podcast table manners with. Lenny has become a podcasting sensation. She's got a bigger fan base than Galilee minogue, probably. And yeah, it's hilarious because we both just know learning is like, mom, and yet there are people who chant her name whenever she does a live show, it cracks us both up because we all knew Lenny was a star, but to see that come to life is the most wonderful thing. And Lenny has been so cool to me. And I always remember when I came out, I didn't say this to Jesse on the podcast. When I came out, I remember I told my mom and she said, oh, you know, the thing is darling. You could always stay with Lenny if you needed to, as in because she always knew that Lenny would be totally cool with me being gay and would look after me. And this is a long time ago, remember, you know, back then, maybe we weren't sure what other people's reactions would be, but we always knew that Lenny and Lenny's home would be a safe place for me and it proved to be that. And I've often stayed with her. I mean, with that cooking, who wouldn't? So that's all coming up, lovely chap Jessie. Now Hercules and love of hair. Did you listen to last week's episode? I feel like I'm still in a lovely state of post massage after talking to anti butler. He is amazing. So if you haven't heard it, go and have a listen. Please get in touch with us. Hello at homo sapiens podcast dot com. I like to hear from you. Send me anything. Tell me where you listen to the podcast. That's what I'd like to know. Where do you and when and where do you listen to the podcast? Homo sapiens on Instagram, follow us if you don't, there's a lot of stuff on there. So much happens on the Instagram. Loads of questions loads of news, loads of fun things. Coach club which share every week all the things you're listening to, all the things you're reading. So if you don't follow us, please do. Send us things on there at home at sapiens. And Sabin's podcast on Facebook. Now, you've got to leave your reviews if you want to win a homo sapiens T-shirt. That's via Apple podcast, head to upper podcast, write a review. However many stars you want to give us, I would highly recommend 5, but I'm biased, aren't I? Should we have a look at an email? Hi Chris, I'm a bit behind. And I've just listened to the don't say gay episode. This is from Cal. Hi, Carol. I was so impressed with your guest zander, as was I care. As well as all of the great things he's doing. Once I think that made me think was when he described his response to his principal saying that it wasn't appropriate for him to be his true self in his speech to the school at graduation. He described how upset an affronted he was at being told that. At first I was surprised at his response because I was thinking about myself at his age. My own internal monologue would have been telling me to keep the gay thing quiet in that situation. And there's no way that I would have had an open conversation with the teacher in the late 90s, where they would have started up by saying, who you are as valid and your great even before the bud, totally God, I mean, that just, it was not the way Carol. Sorry, a bit of wind. I mean, as in the wind is blowing, not I have went. I would tell you either. I'd be honest. So that's what gives me so much hope that for Gen Z their default position is to be their true selves in all situations. And if anyone has a problem with that, that's the other person's problem. So true, isn't it Carol? Everyone hopefully can be their true self not everyone conform to an idea of what a man or a woman is. Or anything in between, you know? It's encouraging to see. So much work to be done, but it is encouraging to see. I'm going to continue to work on making that my mantra is Carol. Keep up the good work. Thank you so much, Carol. That's a lovely email and thank you so much for listening. And happy birthday to everybody. Us. Now there's a big patch of my grass that's been burned away. And I think someone's got rid of some hot water on there and it's killed my grass. I'll have to get the grass seed out. Anyway, should we go and have a listen to our chat with Jessie now? Here's my wonderful chat at home with Jessie ware, having a good old gas. And why has she got a pint of milk? Let's find out. I can't believe I'm drinking a glass of milk. Whilst I have been my interview. Shit too much. This is like a 90s American get milk effort. I would also say that there's only room for one gay diva in this interview, but I was instructed ahead of this if Lenny's there get a picture with her. Oh my God. Can you believe that? Listen, when I played mighty hoopla, big moment for me and I brought my kids and my mom, of course, because actually it's local as well down the road. Oh, yeah. And I was in my dressing room and Glenn, like the sink, mighty hoopla. Yeah, he's coming on the podcast in a few weeks. Oh, fab. Yeah. Glenn runs in. Jesse. Where's Lenny? She's just behind me, Glen. Get her some whispering anus. But I've got a whispering angel straight away. He went darling, what do you want? She went, Connie whispering angel. He went, get us some whispering anus. Really? Yeah. And he just knew that's what the diva needed. Is whispering anus that gay's nickname for whispering? Apparently. Well, that's what Glenn shouted. So much queer culture I've missed. I can only, I can only believe that that is what, oh, or it's just what Glenn says. I mean, it's very clean. Yeah, it's quite good. Just talk to me first about why you're drinking a pint of milk. Sorry. And having your back room. I'm pumping it. Because it's make note that I wasn't offered a macro. I'm drinking two glasses of milk to see if I'm lactose intolerant, so this could go one way or it could go the other. What a time to be alive. Why are you doing this mid interview? Because I've been doing it for about a month where this is the process of reintroduction. And
"jessie" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Hello, part two of interview with Jessie ware. Chat. Let's call it chat with Jesse Webb. Here it is. So you talked about the performer bit, which is like, I had to very pop star and so I thought, whack on two buns, whack on some earrings, and then it's like, oh, I look like a pop star, so even yesterday, quote, from Rihanna going, someone was like, it was on a red carpet. They're like, what do you do if you're not feeling it that day? And she was like, fake it, either. That's Rihanna. This is 15 years, 20 years into her career. She said, you know, I didn't. It was a new clip. But was there a personal thing as well that you felt like you couldn't be that in your normal life? You couldn't be that vampy person or something. I don't think I ever wanted to. Also, let's be real. I was a little like chubby thing. That was like, you know, maybe it's down to the fact that my sister was this model. Yeah. I mean, if we're going to go into it, I've never really thought about it, but like I was like, the chubby jokester. Yeah. On holiday. Yeah, yeah. Kind of chubby, silly. Everyone's made. We would have felt quite ridiculous. Dressing up. Yeah, I would have felt quite ridiculous. So yes, it was a place for me to explore that potentially. Yeah, because I think that I think now that wouldn't happen, but I think back there, we all listen so fucking hard to what we were supposed to be. I think that was our age, it was also the time. Everyone finds their role within the family. You know what I mean? And I think that part of it was and we don't have to go down this way, if you don't want to at all, by the way. But I think you had a sister who was a model. So it's a bit like, well, that's her thing. You know what I mean? She's glamour. Where do I sit? And I'm funny. Let's go. You know what I mean? I was middle child funny. My sister was is stunning and I saw a way in. Funny jokes, you know. Hannah, who is also what are my best Friends are one of the loveliest people in the world. But like, you were the class clown in the family, right? And you very much encouraged that too, Chris. Yes, I did. You really did. I did. And I was thinking about it, because it was my 40th birthday, and you were there, obviously.
How Do We Keep U.S. Forces Effective? Jessie Jane Duff Explains
How Does One Train for War? Jessie Jane Duff and Sebastian Discuss
"I don't want to have some kind of war is awful, isn't it so sad? Because yeah, it has been since the first caveman picked up a rock and used it against his fellow caveman. But I just want people to understand. First, the message of those young men who look so incredibly young, Jesse Jane and also that statement from that 18 year old death is not an option. Will you talk to us as somebody who's worn the cloth of the republic? This isn't just a news story. It stands out to me as they only had three days training and as a United States Marine and go through recruit training for 30 months. God willing you don't get recycled and how to stay longer. You have to learn how to deal with intense duress, intense stress. And you basically train your body to respond to it in a logical way without panic without collapsing. I don't know how anybody can go into the front lines or combat without some form of training. But I absolutely admire these young men for being able to say, if not me, then who. And if it's not going to be us to defend the Ukraine, obviously we can't count on the NATO, United States, despite the promise that the United States and Britain made two the Ukraine to give up their nuclear weapons, what was that in 1998 or 94 under president Clinton, the promise that we would defend them, what the heck you know? I'm not suggesting that we would have American troops down there. I don't want to promote that, but I just feel like we're inevitably heading down that path because we've been so weak in our response initially. We didn't come back out forcefully. We didn't put the swift banking in immediately. We didn't cut off the oil immediately. And we've got NATO alliances that are still dependent upon Russian oil, and they're fiddle farting around trying to decide, well, we need this oil more than we need them to be alive. It's just a debacle on so many levels.
Olympics Live: Questions about Taiwan skater's China suit
"American Jessie Diggins takes almost surprising silver medal in the women's cross country skiing thirty kilometer freestyle deggans becomes the event's first medalist to come from outside Europe since its Olympic debut in nineteen ninety two really that's cool I didn't know that hi it's it's really special I think it's it was a really cool team effort and I yeah I just I guess I guess keep coming back to being really grateful for our team and the fifteen nation alpine sixteen parallel makayla Shiffrin in team USA made it to the bronze medal match but lost to Norway and finished fourth team USA leaves Beijing with eight golds and twenty five overall medals the fifth most of any nation I'm Danny cap
Jesse Watters: 'You're Welcome' for Getting Rachel Maddow off the Air
"Jesse watters perfect take. They just launched Jesse waters in prime time last week. He's got his own show now every night, 7 p.m. eastern. And he is taking credit for sparing America weeks worth of Rachel maddow viewing. Real quick, we're not going to play the sound, but we know how much misinformation that Rachel maddow has pushed on her show and there's been a big announcement today. Her pushing a lot of misinformation and it didn't really affect her too much, but losing to Jesse waters prime time. For an entire straight week, that has pushed her over the edge, and she's announced and now she's going to take some time off Don and pursue some other projects for the foreseeable future. And I just wanted to tell America you're welcome. Thank you, Jessie. You did it. You drove Rachel maddow off of the airwaves
Robert Wilkie on Biden's Latest Ukraine Blunder
"As secretary Robert wilkie. Welcome back to America first. So we as usual, we could talk for hours. Let's just have your reaction to what the incumbents said about a Russia and a Ukraine play cut. Better. And so I think what you're going to see is that Russia will be held accountable. If it invades, and it depends on what it does. It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and then we end up having to fight about what to do and not do it. The president of the Ukraine has been making public statements. He says there is no such thing as a minor incursion. Is he overreacting how much of a blander could this be? Well, it is on par for this president. It's on par for 50 years of being wrong about every major national security issue facing us. And I thought about just how wrong it was this morning when this administration refuses to supply the Ukrainians with weapons that can make colonel Putin's decision a little more difficult. And now they've bullied Estonia Latvian Lithuania into sending missiles to Ukraine. So now these three lilliputian NATO members should be doing the job of protecting you. Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's what this has come
Jessie Jane Duff on the Midterms and Biden's Afghanistan Disaster
A Look Back at Biden's Disastrous First Year With Jessie Jane Duff
"Can follow her right now Jesse Jane Duff if it's got 230,000 followers. You've got the right one, not only the gunnery sergeant. She is the former coach F of veterans for Trump and a colleague of mine on newsmax. Great to have you back. I'm so excited to be back. I love being in studio with you. So whenever I come into town, I'm pinging your team and I'm like, I'm here, I'm here. We are delighted the energy's always better when you're physically in studio, especially in this age of zoom and Skype. Enough of that, just because of the China virus, we gotta talk military got to talk about the minor incursion invitation that Biden gave to Russia and to Putin. But first, let's just let's just talk about the big picture. I did a kind of spontaneous monologue to open this show about the last 12 months of the Biden regime. Give us your take. Let's get your balance sheet of the year of what was that movie the year of living dangerously? This is the year of living with senility. Highest inflation rate in 40 years. That kind of sums up a good stop. Good stuff. For highest inflation rate in 40 years, you had to work hard to get here. You had to really work hard and to do that in less than a year and less than a year stunning. You managed to make us have the highest inflation rate in 40 years. And last night on newsmax, we were talking with Monica Crowley. Absolutely, and she was talking about how difficult it is to reverse that once that starts. It can take a very long time to strategically get things in place so that your economy can sustain itself. So let's go across this Joe Biden brags about increasing wages by 4%, but inflation is at 7%. So essentially, this has become a tax on the middle class and the poor. That is the taxes that he doesn't want to talk about because your cost of living has increased. So that sums up your lack of energy independence. He, which is going to go into our next topic of Russia, he has now enabled the United States to have to be dependent upon foreign oil, which we were energy
Congratulations to Jesse Watters, Moving to Primetime Weekdays on Fox News
"Now so a big congratulations first To my friend Jesse watters over at Fox I don't know if you saw it but it was just announced He will be taking over the 7 p.m. Eastern Time prime time show weekdays He will be still beyond the 5 so no worries there I know you guys like him on the 5 and ladies out there But yes he was named the permanent host You know they had a rotating series of hosts for a long time So congratulations You certainly earned it I'm on Saturday night now with Jesse and his ratings are incredible I know that because I pay attention to the Saturday night ratings I'm on Saturday night with him So he doesn't create job But if I keep smokes us a little bit thank God we're getting rid of Jesse Jim Move him along folks Move him along On December No no no I'm kidding I love Jessie's a good guy Congratulations
Jessie Jane Duff's Hardcore Response to the Concept of Women in Combat
"And we're back one on one with Jesse Jane Duff. Okay, we discussed it at the beginning of the show. Let's open it up a little bit further. The NDAA, the national defense authorization act the Republicans who are bending over backwards to facilitate the crazies in the Democrat party. Well, not crazy. The crazy Democrat party told us about this idea of the draft for women. And who's behind this insanity and give us your take justice? Well, you know, there is so much disarray with this current administration that I couldn't tell you the logic behind any of it. Other than they have been enabled by our enemies. I mean, I look at this as just watering down the capabilities of our United States military one drip at a time. And people, you know, I get on Twitter and I get these guys. I wanna say, well, you all wanted equality. And I'm like, stop it. Stop it. Don't sit here and argue with someone like me. I wasn't one of those lieutenants that went to go to the courts and protest ensues, so I could become a general one day. The odds of you becoming a general in the infantry are slim to almost zero. Number one, number two, what is your motivation for this? It's not going to impact combat readiness. On one level. So first of all, there was a study done by the United States Marine Corps when Obama had lifted the combat exemption for women. And I believe it was 2015. April 15th, I remember was tax day. And it went without nobody cried. Nobody cried. Civilian women didn't even care. And I'm sorry, civilian ladies, you never care till it impacts you. And the fact is, as they've taken it for granted that their daughters wouldn't get drafted, but I told that many radio shows and TV shows as soon as you put women in ground combat, how are you going to be able to say you can justifiably stop putting it having them in the draft? So here's the thing, the bulk of the women don't want to go in the infantry for a multitude of reasons. We have 45% less muscle mass 20% less won capacity. And I hear women in the army particularly want to get mad at me and say, oh, you're against women's rights. Say, you are not thinking this out. Even if a woman can get through the training, what are her odds of surviving hand to hand combat with the enemy? Because that's what Fallujah was. This is equivalent to putting a woman in a mixed martial arts cage with a man. You can not believe pounds or 80 pounds of equipment. And not only that, the enemy tends to fight on methamphetamines and other drugs. So that right there. Two. Even if you pass the training, your odds are you're going to be at the lower percentile of the men. Unless they've done so many accommodations, they've lowered the standard. You now have
Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different
"Welcome back to one on one with Marine Corps guttery sergeant Jesse Jane Duff. All right, so you joined the Marine Corps, Jesse James, you don't have driver's license. I want to give you MOS transport. They're going to be driving stuff. Big rigs. I got to ask you first because I'm just curious. What was your favorite thing to drive of all the rigs? Oh, they probably the Mac that when we at least a Mac truck at my commercial motor pole at camp Pendleton base motor transport. They at least a Mac at one time, and let me tell you there was nothing like it. It's like the Cadillac 20 feet up in the air. But I can tell you two of my favorite experiences. One was when I was driving. It was probably a flat nose white. I don't recall the tractor that I was in. And I was hauling heavy equipment to an Air Force Base outside of riverside, California to get offloaded onto a aircraft. And I have to drive through commercial streets, civilian streets, and I didn't have a concept of how I looked. I didn't realize I was pretty. I really didn't. I wasn't even allowed to date for goodness. Yes. Protective family. Straight into the moon. I mean, I knew I wasn't ugly, but I just did. So what happened? Well, so two things. Well, one. What are you wearing? Are you in common? Yeah, it's always in camouflage. So to experiences, being naive like that was very good for me because I was never arrogant or big headed, and I never thought I could. Manipulate people. No, I was always like, I got to prove myself. I got to work harder. Always. I was always like a maniac. So I'm driving this tractor trailer. Now remember looking at the roads and how the navigate the turn. This is a long trailer. And I look down and there's a civilian lady. She looks up at me. Her eyes pop out of her head. Her jaw drops, and then she gives me the biggest thumbs up, you would ever see. Like, she just thought that was so cool 'cause the side of the truck said the United States Marine Corps. I'm in camouflage. The second experience was offloading heavy equipment and, oh, no, to pick up equipment from an infantry unit in 29 palms. So I get out there, that's the desert. I have to back up into and I'm backing up into the dock to load up their hummers. They're humvees. And I jump out of the truck and the look on their faces was absolute shock. Now I'm a sergeant at this point. Marines are professionals. You hear all these horror stories from I'm sorry. In the Marine Corps, they see your rank, you don't hear a PEEP of disrespect. And I'm out of that truck and they'll look on their faces was seriously. She's gonna hold us out of here. You could just see it. And I said, all right, double dogs. I need to get you to drive up the hummers onto the trailer. And they're waiting for me to ask for help to chain it down. But we don't do that. When you're trained in the motor pool, you're taught how to chain down your gear. And again, I'm not thinking I'm a lady opened the door for me or help me. It was a different mindset. And then they stood there and watched me get the underneath those at the chains and then take the break apart, pull it in and clamp them all down all two or three hummers. And then I said, anybody want to ride back to camp Pendleton and that one of them had the balls to get on that truck. And I roll back to campell, guys, I'll see you there. And then they offloaded. But I would say those stood out to me because that's when I realized I was different.
Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff on America's First Openly Transgender Four-Star Admiral
"She's none other than gunnery sergeant, UN United States Marine court Jesse Jane Duff, she worked on the Trump campaign co chair of veterans for Trump and also contributed a fellow colleague of mine on newsmax. Gunny, welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. I love your introductions. I get real big headed. Can't get me out of the studio after that. We will always stick to the truth. You are a gummy always a gunny. We've got to talk about what is happening in the last ten months to our services. As you know, the Marine Corps is especially close to my heart. I've worked with all the armed services but I spent two and a half years in Quantico. The latest breaking news item is we find it. I'm sure the Chinese are most impressed. I'm sure Vladimir Putin is quaking in his boots. We have a transgender admiral. Now thank the good lord, it's not in a real armed service. It's not in the coast guard or the navy. It's in the health corps, but put the footage up. This is what's his name Richard Levine, HHS, who has been made a quote unquote admiral in the health corps by the man who sadly bears the title commander in chief and president sleepy creepy Joe Biden. Jesse Jane, this disturbing turn of events, they're not going to keep this just to the health cor are they. Oh, absolutely not. For example, the national defense authorization act right now in Congress got passed. It has to go up to the Senate still. Got passed, though, that taxpayers would pay for transgender surgery. And vote for military members. Military members. So you could join the military. Now, here's something that a lot of people are not aware. The Trump administration did a year study on this under general Mattis, who was very open minded, maybe a little more so than many of us would have liked. For other issues such as women and ground combat, but getting back on this, general Mattis had this studied conducted and they came to find out that transgenders could join the military, but it would be after they've had the hormone treatment, the surgeries. And they were psychologically fit. So they were actually capable of doing the job. And there would be a 5, I believe it would be 5 years within the time that they are surgery. So that you knew that they had fully adjusted. We know that there are record breaking medical concerns among the transgender community for psychological issues, the what is it? What is it called gender dysphoria things to that effect? And I'm no expert on the topic. And I have no issue with the transgender being in the military, but I have a huge issue with the transgender who is using the military to be non
Canadian Court Rules Misgendering Is a Human Rights Violation
"Our neighbor to the north is becoming increasingly as are we by the way a police state. Here's an example. Not using people's preferred pronouns is a human rights offense. A canadian tribunal ruled while settling in employment dispute. The british columbia human rights tribunal ruled in favor of jessie nelson. British columbia restaurant server server. No long i don't know what's wrong with waiter allina. what's wrong. Waiter implies mail and waitress applies female and we can't possibly use that any longer. who was biologically female. But identifies as non binary right. It's not the same at all as transgender transgender is. We change your gender but non binary is there is no gender. that's by far. The most egregious attack on the dignity of the human species which is divided into male and female. The transgender does not deny that the human species is male or female. They denied that that they are biolo-. Biology is what defines their sex or their gender as they call it. But the non binary deny that there's even male and female there neither so the person needed to be called they and somebody worked refused to refer to the person as they and them and was penalized. And the it's now a human rights offense it's a It's against the law at least in british columbia. You must you must say them. That is what started. Jordan peterson in getting into public life when ottawa wanted to do the same thing dictate how you speak
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Every at. He didn't actually into my now and he was very happy. Apparently that we kept the fight in. Mary told me on text and it was so amazing to hear about his mom. And how the song let it be was all about her now as promised a snippet of previously unheard conversation with the wonderful dan. Levy the table manners team all big fans of shits creek and we were very excited to have done on the podcast so indulged some of our team and asked him some questions from them. I wouldn't do this. But i have on like our team of people are so obsessed with you. They have questions for you. And i'm sorry about never apologize. Quickfire you can. You can say these rag okay so this is from p to my manager who is trying to like stop. What he's he's really slowing down his shifts. Kinda say what we do eighty woah. What's your favorite more awake. Well it depends. Has he gotten to the end of the series yet. Not well it's it's yeah obviously. Yeah an auction drag race. Do you drag race. i do i do. I dropped off. Only because the past. I would say the past couple of years have gotten very work heavy. You need to come over to the. But i've heard about that. You pray and i learned about his sublime season in particular is like so good so i i know i know michelle and it's you know it. Yeah i need to. i need to catch up alternately. Okay the best thing on the menu at cafe tropics tropical you. That's trump connors tropicalia. tropical topic. house are knee. It is the mozzarella probably the mozzarella sticks and even then it was. That was was a tough day to get through those mozzarella sticks. Were not the cafe excels in maybe it's core but it does love to. Yeah my sister. Did such a lovely job with with twyla. She was such a loved. Why she'll sister as twyla smile he is. My sister is and i say this as brother but also is someone who is would tell you the truth. Her and my dad have inherited. And that's not to say my mom isn't sweet but my mom and i have a bit more of a like we have a bit more of a chip owner shoulder. My sister and my dad are just together have he. She inherited this kind of like open. Lovely sweet my sister's the sweetest human. Being and i think there's always something incredible about being a person that nobody can say a bad thing about which is certainly not me or my experience but definitely something for my sister so you know putting her in that role and having her be this incredibly optimistic person who despite a life's worth of truce struggle and strife has maintained. This kind of naive optimism was such a lovely thing and especially in the last season getting to watch her grow in really sort of spend spend. A couple of episodes on figuring out who this character was outside of the cafe and then ultimately to to I don't wanna spoil anything for people who have the fantastic lovely gorgeous dam levee Who helped us get through lockdown by creating shits creek. Thank you dan. thank you catherine ohara. Thank you eugene. Levy thank you anne murphy. Who's also been on this series just so good. That's it for this episode of second helpings. Thank you so much for listening. We're gonna take a short break because probably by the time you listen to this. I will have a newborn baby. And i need to focus on that for few weeks. A mom needs to shop in the kitchen knives for a whole host of season. Twelve guests this autumn. We're gonna come back with a bang but we need to recuperate. So thank you so much to everyone who has listened to table manners. Who makes.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Can't wait to see what else is in store fees and thank you for doing type monitors and we'll cut fever. Yes brilliant. thank you so much ladies. I've looked here. Thanks crab not only like. I go outside. Funny clever to be a satirist. I think i think there's many people that come be satirists like it's quite a it's really tricky but mugniyah thank you so much for being brilliant chatting to us and having a story for everything from states outside police stations to watch watching meeting chicken wing of sh- ovation is going from strength to strength. But yeah it's been a pleasure to do this podcast. We shall keep ongoing with more guests. We'll fabulous guests conversations around food and hopefully around the dinner table. Thank you so much to everybody who has messaged in. We absolutely love doing and meeting. People like mugniyah like i mean it's been it's been a long. Yeah thanks for listening. And we'll see very soon and next week and the week after we'll be back with highlights from some of our favorite episodes from the like the last year make. There is definitely muff diving good take..
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Basically. It's not gonna come out. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean this. Is how prolific. This boy is we i songs something for. You must have been about three years ago. It was around the time table tennis. I think it was twenty seventeen albums. And then then i did collaborations and put up put out and then i was making this record again and you know it's it's more of a down as a bit more down simple acoustic records and i when the world was typing up. I was like do. I really wants to be out in. Some of the england during the year is in the bars and blah blah. I thought it was bad. It's out the bad habits record. No so the good thing about an cheering song as it's pretty timeless so basically you can keep these. You will have had these songs for about five years and they'll still some really fantastic bloody get on thank exciting so we we have a few more questions to ask you a chair him. Bad habits bad habits at the table do you still think. Do you think you still good table manners. Cherry cherry cherry disagreed and she blessed she came on. Do you remember on the last episode. Ed you do this thing. I think it's the same thing i've finished and i it comes from me being. I'm a neat freak. Like i really like tidy stuff. So i'll finish an old put my stuff in the dishwasher instantly and then go back and sit down and carry on cherry's like a bit rude like wave your liking american service move straight away. Yeah because i do sit down and finish the meal. But i just in my head right done. Dishwasher can stop. Sorry but yeah. That's about thing you're gonna teach lyra good table manager. You're going to teach the plate in the dishwasher straightaway. I think shopping. That's more important than like and you hold a nine four. Can i've been at so many of these knows where you you must have been when they have like all the cutlery and you're like why can't i just use one folk for and one night for this title now. My mom would like to ask you a final question and a tip. Ski your karaoke. You saw ooh karaoke love it. It do you know my feet. Jc whenever you carry blitz. like. I'm having a great time. My go-to always like baby. One more time or done mrs thing. Oh don't you britney britney. Actually fred arriving as a karaoke bar in nashville could centers that does one dollar biz not. It's just a it's a trailer and you go in and you buy. Pbr bay for dollar. You can smoke inside. I'm this car is lit. And i was so good i was thinking. Don't don't wanna miss a thing. Fred was arriving late at night and he was going straight to the house and we were going to work on. Welcome using. I was thinking thing in the bar and he arrived at the bar and i didn't know who's getting us. You can cut a c. As seeing him. And and even when i dream of you come. It's so good. I just honestly at. It's such a pleasure to chat to you. Because i don't see nearly enough but it was just so lovely to chat to you and speak to you and see how you're getting on. You're still the same old ad we love you guys. Thank you at sharon little. Thank you sorry march to a chair in for joining us and hope. You've enjoyed this episode. And i'm sure you know at sharon has new music. 'cause he has played on every radio station in the world worldwide. So if you didn't know just turn on the radio and he will be on within two songs but yeah new music from ed. Ann thank you so much for coming. Back on to the podcast. Thanks so much for listening. See next week..
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Game is ready. Sweep sinai's you. I mean you you've been you've been in suffolk for very long time now but. Is there anything about london that you miss or do you. Do you have to come here enough that you have to miss. What i love about london now is that i do enjoy being that whereas when i lived there fulltime i didn't enjoy. I felt kind of trapped. Because there wasn't i was. I didn't really go out a lot but that was kind of my own. Doing is all that was just a win paranoia of being thinking that people can more than they did. But when i am now living in suffolk and dip into london. I go to london for like a night and i'll go to one of those restaurants so or go and see a friend or blah blah blah. And then i'll go straight back greedy. Enjoy those experiences Yeah i just feel like. I'm boy i feel like it's this is. This is where. I feel most comfortable and also because i grew up around everyone here i mean i'm i'm talking. Everyone people that in all the shops in town and people in the public know everyone. So there's no witness either so it's good. Yeah i can imagine. That is just yeah. It feels comfortable and it's like oh those ads. Yeah of course at who. We knew when he was ten. So that's fine. Yeah i can just relax well. And they don't yeah. There's basically nothing that they can gain from being weird or not where it's just a. It's a very casual conversation. I can go. I can go into the pope. And i see people look whereas in in london is a bit more long and i guess i wonder whether now having a duta because i know that i felt fumble protective of my children soon. And where would you had them yet. Because i don't really get packed. And also i've got. I think i do something better. Yeah i do. I love it fantastic but what i think. I've got like a thing where they have to blow out their face if they are going to get paps. I did something with my lawyer. That they would never be allowed to show their face. We that in england's but that doesn't that isn't in. America can do whatever they want in america and then those pinches is as you know like it doesn't matter if it's on line when the daily mail shed on twitter at shed on instagram and blah blah blah. It's yeah it's i find it a very strange thing just the concept of a man who you. Don't you taking a picture of your infant kid. I find that concept i remember. I was on the beach with my friend's son and his son was like two and naked oversee running in the sea and pat was taking pictures of us. And i was like what world is right for. Someone's take a picture of a naked job. I mean he's not that. I i just find it. So it's so strange and intrusive lyra go pats. Maybe like she was four weeks old and there was a dude sitting outside. It wasn't even a lund. Basically the house. I used to have london his manages office and he was lying down in his car. Basically hiding and just taking pictures and taking lyra like first checkup. And it's just. I just found it really creepy. And it's vague. It's fair game when it's me. I've signed up for answers to degree cherry. Signed up for it. She's she's married into this life. And but i just find it weird with kids. It's just a bit me. yeah. I think it's suicide. People are people are so interested in how you are. I mean there's the photo this photo thing so there's like how fans people that see you perceive you as a parent and you they will see. Maybe your child having attention for a second. And then they'll be a chair in the sheriff Deliver nightmare. And i find that. Really like it's kind of your scrutinized and so therefore he likes on this definitely. There's definitely baby police out there as well. We we were in australia. We got but we knew that there was a guy following us and we just wants to take liar out on a walk so we re thin like hang vova thing not say oh he came in and all were doing was for the money. It was also freezing and raining but all we were doing was basically covering this display. Didn't get pitch. Yeah so you and cheri you. Now get the best matt. Eight o'clock and nine nine thirty. That's like she and nearly riser lyra. Yes she's still wake up in the night. She used to wake up every few hours. She wakes up like maybe four and go back down till six and then we're not. We eat breakfast together. Yeah we we kind of eat the same thing. I make i oates. Yeah baby wherever. And i break up a banana and put in some formula milk and kinda mix it up and then. I'll have porridge as well so we saw. So you eat as a family so i. I'm always really jealous of the body. Kids that they eat spinach. And like i've seen it. He's everything he does. he repaid. Thank laura spinach is oh jesse carries on and she doesn't reject to beige food in about six months. That's always going to happen with kids. Though is i the only vegetables as it was peace owning and cucumber. i won't go cucumber from my birthday. That's how my parents would never gave me more than like little chunk and save them time for my birthday. I was like a whole cucumber. And i just had it and just as i love at when we spoke to you lost. We talked about your sunday lunch. Your mom's house with lines dine today. Do you now have cook sunday lunches and people come to your house..
Barry Carter on His Biggest Influence in the World of Poker
"Who would you say is your biggest influence when you entered the world of poker williams's Well known as in the states which is funny. Because he's american but you know the puck come and take suggests he may. I've heard the name. I don't know if i could pick out of a lineup. Thyroid opinion just as the greatest commentator whole time He is an american poker player but he he kind of. He really made a name for himself in the uk and ireland he. He commented all early shows late night. Poker in the the most Solve foundational exactly the voice of late cocoa tv shows and When i got into the reason why is good is because he's very infused attic kind of guy anyway but he plays the he kind of plays the full of it and he asked lots of very naive questions as if he doesn't understand what's going on but what he's actually doing a stand in for the audience is asking the questions he knows. The audience wants now because the truth is like very few people know more about jesse might He is an absolute scholar of the game. A great historian of the game. And i suspect he's actually a much bad play of the lesson because he strategically always knows the writing things to ask. So when i first got into the puck medium at the really. Wasn't anybody around. That had been doing any kind of polka media. Work of any note ban and jessie mae was one of the only ones and yet. Just jesse j definitely jesse nice game is. It's a real shame. The is actually not as well known in the states as in the rest of europe. Maybe that's why we like him so much. He's kind of like one of as from the from the
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Stop asking him in it and it didn't happen so now i feel like it's good that if those conversations come up we can point them back to the comment is essentially essentially pretentious but the common is the work. If you know what. I mean rather than the talking about the and what i read something. The elves castillo said talking about music dancing dancing. It was like yeah. So i guess i would rather when people like what do you think of it. I could be like this. But it's reflected in the in the imagery individuals in the songs and yeah. I think there was a time. Where on this record. Also i don't want to put any of that stuff in the songs because then it will be even more likely that people will write about that and more likely that you'll get pigeonholed as ex wise. Ed can of artist but I think that's why. Sometimes i really loved the third record but to me. It's a really specific moment in time where we were almost doing a little. 'cause play or something like 'cause play as another hour in almost my rating. I'll say imagine that you weren't this person that you didn't have to go all this baggage and you could have any of those things and maybe be like feel better and safer and more fund in it was fun to make and then when we put. I don't think it connected with people in the same way because it didn't feel as honest or as vulnerable or something and you still all the same dose questions anyway. So i'll say. Oh well like i don't think you should second guess creation like that. So that's all i regret. That was me second-guessing things. And i think if i'd want it to do a character peace than i should have properly done it you know. So where does the name churches come from. And why's it gotta v instead of a year. Well we had a lot terrible terrible names like at least unlike yes. You have your own name. Jessie ware it. Sounds good. and it's you didn't have to worry about. It is done but yeah i think we lost one name that the guys are really keen on society and also guys pretentious. We can't go up every night and we our society that's really but yeah so i think he's written down link wooden churches and burning churches and we were trying to go for the like black metal which i thing and then we will only be just churches as cool and i guess how we all grew up. There's a low of religious baggage in soil. Just a statement and our friend had done a little go for it. That was with a roman you. And then we find. After we'd put a song internet. There was an american band called churches and deemed them on some close to be like. Hey what do you guys do. You have been in the nfl. What do you wanna do. And they said we could be churches. Uk we're like that spells churches suck on a poster said recalled churches suck so then we were like. Oh we'll just make it diverges and so it wants and somebody wants trying to extort as i of Web address because they registered all the virtues ones and they wanted us to be very sizable amount of money. And give them like lifetime tripoli's which makes no sense to but it was our managers ray smart and he was a if we get. I think it's is it. Spain and you can get gibberish dot. Es and that to this day is our website. So don't trying don't try and get a kenner. You can't haggle glaswegian. it's not gonna work. That is hysterical that they tried to get you and then they wanted triple as for the rest of your life amazing on quite tempted to just meet these. Absolute zeke monkeys. Just go see and give the ics. Sometimes when i'm showering forever. I'll have my fantasy argument with people. There's only well. I try not carry too much research but yes i think. There's one person in the music industry. I would still like and i've honed. Welded down to shame on you. Nuts it and then i leave. I love julia roberts in pretty woman. She's not big mistake. Huge yes i was previously a long diatribe by suppose. That's the processing of the grief or wherever and now two years later i would. Just if i see them. I would be like shame on you. Network away lastly lauren. Do you have good table moments. I think my mother instilled in us. Good table manners. They've probably waned since being being too. I i am well. Yeah that's probably bad. But yeah i know. We're all the forks. I know noah on the table and no talking with your mouth full and when we were directed to my mom which we will get a count to three you get three goes so if something happened to that's one you get one and then after that you knew. So rapid read spooky was one. It's one and yeah. I just think that touring with feral men has probably less medina manners slightly. But i'm still definitely the most polite would see so yes. I always put napkin on the lap. Don't cross people when you're passing things. Lauren thank you so much for doing this. It's been pleasure to chat here. Thank you guys for. The record is out. I think on the twenty seventh of august is neat. Yes and touring.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"That. It's very odd way to eat. So they didn't used to be like that so i wonder maybe things are going slightly bizarre as we get older. So multi drink of choice. Or i mean if it's curry. Just a straightforward beer. Probably like they always in mother does get like a half pint kingfisher on tap. Just nice chris and if if for being fancy and is not career then. I don't know anything about wayne but a quote unquote nice red wine for feed nex. So what's on your rider with you and churches like you and the boys. Do you have a similar. Taste you kind of have your own. Riders growth in abandoned. We have similar. I think i could look at it and choose what was mine and then the rest of it probably for the guys but yes like we'll just get like a bunch of beers we have to think about the crew guys as well so there was a while we we're like maybe we should get light beers and also we'll get murdered be can't be offering them like michelob. Ultra as they load out. But ian from the bond of big whiskey guys so will ask for a lethargic or something and he. He likes to take that and then the drummer johnny he. Oh he's like a really. She likes a little cocktail situation so he brings his. He brings his stuff with him. So he'll just be like give me some bidders bowl this and then. He has his like touring cocktail kit that he likes to roll. He sounds auto. Yeah well yeah. He's he's a little fancy so yes. He toured with the kills for a bit. So i think that helped him get. She can fancy as well so he he knows a way to do this. Maybe i'll have a beer after the gig. that's it. so are you going on a big tour lauren. next year. big in the states on you. Thanks i mean. I think we do we do. Well do well here and i guess we were trying to figure out to And it was just about. We're stuff was more open and more accessible first. So we love the idea of being able to go home for. But it just didn't seem practical the booking to in the uk for the autumn team. So yes we're starting in texas in Starting november i think and then i think the hope is that will be in the uk in the springtime next year. But it's also as you walk dates to we have things penciled in and it's just tricky 'cause it's about like safety and where you can get where you can get to who's taking tours in also loads of the venues are booked because it's all shifted lineups for the last eighteen months and yes so i feel bad when people are like but you're not coming to x. Wise ed play select. I want to. We can't so but we will. I think yeah. We're just feeling really lucky to get to play any shows at all. Like i was talking to the bank guys better than we were saying that. This is like the longest the anti of gone to the playing shows since we were kids. Basically 'cause yeah so yes. Look you've been if you've been in bands your whole life we've been. How did it stop. How'd you find that voice I was like fifteen sixteen a playing drums in a band. So i played piano Highschool like since. I was kid then for higher music. They were like you need to have two instruments for your performance stuff and i really didn't want to do singing because i think i'd hit them point of self consciousness in life and i will learn drums and then drums could be my second instrument and then i played drums in bands. Mostly but did you know you had a voice at that point. Was it kind of did it. Did it feel like you need voice. No i knew that. I thought it was okay like i can keep june and kissing backing vocals and i like singing along to stuff but i think it was just always like the self consciousness and never really wanted to be the guy in the band and i didn't think that my voice was like very special or anything so and then i think it can happen. By default they ended up singing benz like the band. I was in before churches sharing vocals with this other guy and then he had said you should sing more. You should do more of the songs. And then we record of ep with ian from churches and that he had said that him and his friend were rating some demos which they thought they might try and sell for publishing or something and try and get a publishing deal so he was a if you sing some stuff saying some backing vocals seeing some leads. Then we'll pay you a deary and that'll be good. Oh lovely and it wasn't. This sounds really like fairy tale. Whatever for cinderella. But i didn't. I just didn't think like that. I never thought there was any existing quality to my voice but martin from churches always lost to tell the story that they were listening to the damn lose back and they had his vocal and then they were like. That's the band which i don't know if that's true for that. So they like to tell the story and i think i don't know i guess may i don't know how you feel. But her you relate to your voice jesse but maybe a by thank your own voices bizarre like sometimes. I listened to what a strange tone to select specific. Good like coming up with the front of your face. I don't know why but it must do something some like to me. I'm like it's it's the means of getting the message across. Like i would always saying inbounds to try and communicate the thing it was never like. I'm like oh. I'm an amazing singer. Everyone be so lucky to listen to me. It's not something i ever thought. But you kind of like the reluctant from women. I mean now. I yes i think. Well i just didn't ever think it. You know what i mean like i think some people maybe it's about pushing yourself forward or but some people they walk into room and you're like oh yeah. They've got like that. Quality is funny. You talk about that. Because i just. I'm watching the video irish documentary and it's really fascinating because the goal was like i mean she. She kind of makes me off. Shoot for hating songwriting. I mean this girl is when she makes this documentary. She's like seventeen and it's about the rise of her she. She so self-assured about her. It's not that she's cocky at all. She's really remarkable but there was a total in a confidence in self belief that she had with her the way she delivered songs. And all that. And you know i remember. I remember watching florence. Florence and the machine like senior on tables. Anybody that listened. She was an elephant and costumes singing and there was like the showmanship about it and i was like i was not that person. I was kind of like sorry. I'm just going to do that. So now i i totally. I totally understand where you're coming from but then to me i'm like but you've got such a beautiful voice and when you sing it's people feel something because of what you're saying. So maybe it's that we always want we don't have. I don't know why. I love the idea that my daughter sings. He said she said and she doesn't actually really know what the words necessarily in the message means..
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"I can't use language. Even though 'cause i was so overwhelmed. And how does that work out. You didn't really work. And then i got really drunk. I was gambling at him. Yeah all i remember was saying this is connectik party for something and you could take buffet right before and then you could sit at any table. And i said at his family's table and ed came. And i said fuck off the shoes i was near paul and then i started drinking a lot and board. Everybody senseless until i got next to paul. Everybody left because i was gibbering and then paul was talking. This is all i remember. He was saying yes and then he was in hamburg. Of course. I know it was in hamburger study paul but instead i went. Yeah another about you. I remember when i was in beverly hills high school taking short hair. That came out of my mouth. That's enough about you. I was in beverly hills night school taking tactic. I there's a funny story. Connect you. But i never got to the funny story. I think we laughed and he said goodbye to me. And i was under the table. He lifted the tablecloth and said by. Let's polite don't talk about it. who did you like. Who's your robin williams. Yeah i cried when i go watch imitate not concerts leonardo dicaprio ryan not as i. Who else did i love. Gigs and beckham. Those were my fellow for chair. When so. David beckham at the bowery really. He didn't see me. I saw him. And i fell for. I delete online. Like like he cared even there. I had to leave the room and said you have to go. This is not. Because i said just because i can deal with my stomach doing the flips. It was doing it was that is it. I'm not sure to center really thinking when we weren't recording you mention julie's wind bars somewhere that you go. Where else did you like going to or like that. was you know how. Cool that place. Yeah was it. Joe allen's was much cooler bohemian. It was it was an old funeral partner. The i didn't know that funeral it turned into. I had my wedding there. I had the wedding dinner. And again i was drinking. I'm not drinking now. My girlfriend and i went into you know they had all these little rooms. That will boo team e. Yeah we went in a room where there was men having a stag party and took their order like we pretended we were waitressing. Was my wedding wedding dress. No i didn't wear waiting. Even the waitresses were cool in that. Everybody could very very dark. Dr wants with you. I used to go there. My dad and i just loved it so much and it was one of those places where he went. News felt special. Didn't ear and those who was special people that were not dreary narrow in everybody was interesting. Whatever else were you eating. Now i mean joe allen's then the school no it's not be never know nothing to take me out for my birthday and just my daughter and you'd be like who going to say by so we always always. Yeah but you hop tweet. After the i was in the aldwych at the you know and every show we went there. We were the coolest people on our who you hanging. Redmond alan rickman was my mentor. So we would all go and zoya maker and jonathan price. And i had a good year. We've got pitting. But i don't know eats padding but because i ate so much today at borough market i was eating chocolate. What is it. What is the peach. He's with moretti biscuit. That's okay. I'll have fresh. If you've got comfortable font augustan the peaches and some more tea please. Oh yeah countermanding. i'll watch out. What like your guests. Who you know. Because i think you'll invite me backfired peg you think of yourself as juror. No but i think we use jewish. I know but you. I don't identify with it. I know i have a rhythm of the jewish person. And when i went to vienna and saw where my parents came from i realized i was jewish. You know like. I wouldn't have made it out of there and then and i love jews when i meet them. I do feel like that. suddenly. I do my custard. Yeah yeah and sometimes they're the most brilliant and sometimes they're the worst you know what i mean. Yeah they could be really off the list but when they're sweet and smart guy didn't marry jewish guy. I didn't either no. I don't think so that jesse's having batman's commission not because i've gone religious. I think he. I don't know maybe this kind of that's nice sense of community i feel like will. The community is my thing. But i don't have it with jews. Do go to synagogue new. So i felt like. I've done this podcast with my mom. We celebrate being jewish. We took friday night dinner. That being the origins of where this idea came that we'd be talking around the table and invite will have friends back on a friday night and we'd end up having a dual the foolish shops dinner. And then we'd have this raucous kind of singing and dancing and chanting. You'll be any sounds quite odd. But like we'd have we'd have our friends with their parents and it's just really love. Wish i was there. I would have been normal normal. We didn't have. That is why you're so well adjusted. I didn't have time. I've was faulty. Busy to go to study for kaz. Like i was quite cool and i wanted to have social life in saturday's and i didn't do the bat mitzvah and also it wasn't as important. It's my brother having a bar mitzvah so it was kind of like whatever see. You're studying for it now. So i'm actually learning hebrew and i've got my bat mitzvah lesson tomorrow the on zoom and i'm kind of allah and it's very. It's very hard like it's a totally different alphabet. It's like. I mean just to speak up like a conversational non not like israel light but i'm learning to read it so that i can make it i could. I would go for the fake in a synagogue. So i can sing. I can do punches. And it's like. It's something that i'm going to do going to be a big one. Yeah i'm going to try and get drink to perform you. You could be so the. Mc carpets in saint. John's would want to and was paid a fortune and the kid had a set like he was at the brit awards and i had to do and the greatest grandmother of the year and she came on but enough the other grandmother the wanted and it was like the wars broke out and there was a vip rue and the brother had hookers there. I'm not you all. They had to be hookers a baby. They weren't but they looked brother. Older old enough fifteen. But but you know so rich. It was revolting. Yeah like okay. You got two children very three and what they will do. Grown up to are comedians comedians things and then do they hold them and they perform together. Yeah and they're like french. Saunders a little bit and then my son's a coder c. o. d. kotor. It they coated. Yeah wow i know who knew there was a thing who des when you have a computer program somebody okay chapter in my book on tech and the good news about that there you go. What's the news about it. well aid. Look what happened. Resume gift frazzled. 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"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Those by. I mean. come on opening night wherever you booking to go to e. now you live in london. Now where's your spot that you will go to the maybe haven't been yet but you're looking for going to do you know much spot for like a nice kind of often. Early breakfast would be a place called police cheese in east london. Oh the calf. The institution bethnal green. Yeah yeah yeah. I lived in bethnal green for a while. And it was just like the go-to nyc again. it's just a good vibe. And everybody's so dyke lovely and an and everybody's just a proper east london. I mean Probably what's your order when you gates police chase. I do love. Tuna begets pianist. She you and john levy from chips. Crete like a tuna begat really. Yeah i love. I you know i really understand that do you. How do you do you. Do you make tuna mayo at home. Yes you know man as a. Hey salad cream bob with to you have to. You have to put like just a little bit of mayonnaise. I'll put dry as little as i can. But yeah i'd say i make a decent juniper get put some sweetcorn in there i've tried. I've tried to entice mushroom of. They're still having none of it. Ice tuna mayo pastor with sweet corn and cheese on top and. They're having. None of it. So tom where i mean. You must have traveled with your job before lockdown here. Yeah where's your favorite place you've got to eat in which country Probably like south africa. Oh wow when did you get when i played two shows over a short video though as well so few times notch good fade. The food is unbelievable. That face king clip. Yes oh my god. Send me is great. Everything's yes they're so good. I'd say south. Africa greece love greece. Where'd you go to a few places have been sereni into mcconnell been to create so yeah i love it. Feel like you're a party boy naive policy boy boy of bush. Yeah no jesse's a good boy. i can tell saying. He's a bad party boy. I just feel like if you've gone to make us now at the cat threat. I can see. Honestly boy yeah. I'm i'm a very very now very chewed out. And that rather be in front of a tv with netflix. You're still carry okay. Yeah like obviously. I haven't been able to go out but i would love. I love to karaoke bars somehow. Mr ship akin this summer with the amaze. What would you sing knows you using that. Would you go back to that kind of kooks defining moment. Yeah i'll words i wouldn't. I will not do any big just just in case. Kill it as smash hit and everyone just walked out and rely just show off now. I'm all songs probably going to be. That calvin one also that little bit of light light both of those ones. The property like massive karaoke keychains. Now a hope so hotel. I keep getting like a videos of people in like in asia to like carry on a little. Bit of love is great. And i really good as well tom to you have good table manners. Do you have good table manners when you say table manners. You mean like elbows off the table. And i tune of your mouth. Proper proper was dragged up with four. That i love that tom. Brennan has been so lovely track. You and i can't wait for you to be much festivals and enjoy this mad. Brilliant time that's happening for you. thank you so much. I know you love if if i got invited to try some of you. Absolutely oh come on his definitely come. Thank you you can bring football mates bat with our world. Do love you. I love you. Thank tom thank you. Love him since he was so swing kind of bit love. Jeff he was so charming. Thanks johnson for sponsoring this episode. I'm for introducing us to the most wonderful tom. Graham that was really nice. First day i felt couldn't have come better well. Jason is head. Connect you with friends and family. You love a new friends that you'd like to meet and love whether you like your whiskey on the rocks enjoyed with a mixer or in cocteau pork loss and toast a summer. Worth waiting for this episode is got you excited about getting ready for the summer. And hopefully things opening up their mom. I haven't an what looking forward to. I'm looking forward to being with friends and family. I'm looking forward to going to some open. Air concerts really and having a nice picnic. And i'm also looking forward to greece. We want you to join in and let us know the aspects of live music return. You almost looking forward to all. You're going to gig. Have you got an outdoor concert. The already really excited the with your mates. The scene for the whole year tweet us using the hashtag. John and tag at table manners port and act jamison underscore uk. We want to know where you're going. What you most looking forward to this summer. And what has been really worth waiting for eighteen plus please drink responsibly. For more information head to drink aware dot co two uk. Thanks so much for listening Enjoyed the bonus episode. And we'll be back for another table moms episode next wednesday.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"He was. He wasn't breath. Jesus and i'm telling you. Banana cream is shit. Aluminium worth but also can. I just say this is the poshest. This is the nicest pudding anyone who's made made me. You've got very very heist. This is like i. No one's ever made homemade ice cream. But the thing is doing into the whole time then moves sucking. I just had a banana. I i think it's going to be delicious. can you tell us. Even if it wasn't i wouldn't exactly he's saying no. This is going to be the most. It is because it should be much more whip e. So i wanna know. Did you go on the date with domino's guy. I wish no sound like it kind of sounded like a great guy. Is the wrong common. The camera i would just do something breaks should say it. Sounds like i'm boasting. Why the because the dome newsom. And also i should say he did. He never saw me. We never saw each other in real life. Well i mean your order your voice. I think that was the order. My voice made me write me and fair reflection of the facts. At the time i was sluiced really hung over miserable. It sort of no. I did well new. Because i was with my boyfriend. Now husband sweet. So i've i've never. I've never been on a date with anyone. You know as the double cream on top of it works really nice late. I if i got so good. I'm is quite literally. Just been on. Just benavides frames and bananas and cream on top. Just hit yup. The double double cream is basically medicine. Merged that take back that no one talking about was worth terrific longer. It would've whippy. I actually quite like this is good. I'm getting a little dente. Abc thinking chewy. Mom it's really good apologize. Apologize could every day all time. Have you always even if i am really. Yeah that's amazing. What would be the dish that you would cook. If you did cook a i would make. It's usually cakes are making hay. Probably or anything by nigel. Slater nitrous last me to actually. I'd love to meet him to bat the recipe book. He's got where it's not that many ingredients news. Amazing eight eight. I really remember things. We've got the kind of seasonal. She's like it's just a loved hosts much really if its got vegetables cheese and cobbs i can do without. It could be a vegetarian i think. Probably really say the fennel. I'm this question. I'm going to let you answer great moment. I'm got good table manners. Definitely not okay to light lovely. That's very kind but elbows on the table. I just don't see. I eat preferably with a spoon hunched over the food. I will eat it. Look anyone until it stops. Like the way that i eat is nope you focus on the job in hand sexy like a male friend once said that it was distressing with me. And he's not wrong. So i hope that i mean any all very goods like few too much to be polite so okay when you're not going to mackey d's or pratt whitney say where when your schedule is a little less mental. Will you be going for lovely dinner out. I will go to the college chop house. My very very good old friend will his restaurant so we'll is one of the first people match university and we became friends because this release dates. I mean this dates friendship very much. I quoted the mighty bouche which at the time was ground ground comedy and he overheard turned around at mighty bouche university. What time what time anyways clip stone. Wow yeah portland town nine and that one near auction houses. He's well yeah. Delicious is migraines going. This could get to click stone easily from the palladium. But i think for me i. There's something so love all of them also because it so it sounds silly but whenever your friends do something. It's just such an amazing achievement to have a restaurant and one. That's like so good to be good so proud to know him. And so not only. Do i love the restaurants. But i think trump chop has romantic and food. Is they just bring you like hunk of meat and sides and do yeah. It's sort of like as close to going to somebody's house for dinner as the restaurant could be so. That's where i'd like to go with friends. Reds good luck with cinderella. Thank you good luck with the birth good list trying to have some some time.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"So have you been enjoying restaurants at always. Is it strictly deliver at the moment. Because obviously you're in you know theater land at the moment you in this theater at the moment doing yeah so have you been going out dinh's or night saudi. Not because schedule. This is sort of two till ted. That's very news quite hartford pregnant house and so actually really. It's it's the apprentice. Falange afraid to say i love of course the best reason. What's your order crap. Oh okay well it. It will depend on the time of day. Obviously the posh cheddar and pickles at the becca. Good and it's by far. The most calories is why. It's so good. What would you go full. I'm very. I like the italian chicken salad. Oh god with with olives pajamas. Look because. I'm constantly on a diet. But i like the soups. The soups find depends on which day. Yes absolutely and i kind of wish. They'd just lay off the tomato soup every day. All night percent. Yeah mushroom and rice. Oh yeah absolutely love. Chicken lack so was pretty good for goods. But nobody wants to. Have you ever got a free coffee at pratt. This thing and you heard about this thing i heard about it might friend just nap it. Who is an amazing comedian and we worked together for many years writing together every single time. We should a particular she gets free. Well she doing that. I mean i is that a mosque as well Hey i have not seen it. I've not. I've not been witnessed a masked free coffee but i couldn't believe it became a social. I actually started quite resentful. Because then i would become much much media and these are like assorted practice over london. This isn't one guy who's got crash she. She's gorgeous full emerald. Well she she fucking he's really know she is gorgeous. She's charismatic. she's there are a million reasons. Why would give free coffee. But at the same time it's like it's like a magic trick and you say what's wrong with me and i'm they're kind of like i'm putting my top down. Really clarence lean again to get some action. Nothing they repulsed by my my. My share naked need to be ambitious free coffee. They can smell it on me. I think the thing with generators. She's cool she doesn't need it doesn't need so they just give it to her mom just going here before plates up and what would be your lost. Supper omega scott's her main during which i everything yeah okay then for starter to be really posh asshole oysters. From where. Many moldovan oyster cart which is just like lots of food that i think assets always does schussed mazing just with lots of shots and red wine. Vinegar many is like a crime in so how many is the most how. How many have you come in on a night. I would say daytime a data moist. Okay fine only. Because i want to be near home in case something goes never has touch words polished. But i like about each danger okay. Pick food poisoning. Can i help you like would you have a choice to was pregnant. I think he's so no. I wouldn't do you know what i'm pretty sure i can do. You can of course laurie. I didn't know i. I'll probably do it. It's just a bit slippery soccer so delicious this kind of thing. I wish i could cook. Say this is really easy. Talk thankless anymore might do. Jessie wants source on the potatoes. Do not clydes so. We've started to start with. I have a full back. Find in a pint mean. Lots of a nen a main course. My mom's macaroni cheese. What makes it so good. Just i think the mom factor yet but she's got baked. She adds baker an and she adds tomatoes. so yes. my grand-mom's institute sliced tomatoes talk. Yeah sweet yes and it's kind of like it's the best of all worlds because it's sort of like a pizza as well as don't don't prep maters and so for this remind making that up. I have. I've had the pratt one. But i have to depressing. Kale pratt won the kidding. I don that they do one. That's like slightly. marginally twenty fewer calories. That makes you feel like you'll give it to children. And he goes machida act and they're like absolutely nice rhyme so and so you mom's massachusetts mac and cheese and then for putting goad so hard what how can you. How can you be sweet one. Is that the thing you love. I think i would go. Bread bread and butter pudding feels a lot of carbs. in custody. things lovely scorched. You may get one vice cream sunday next. I'm just going to go ice cream sunday. The light variety of toppings. That i can add to towns greg. I think that's a basically a child's. I'm meet your your husband because you said you've been together for a long time. Yeah so we met we met. Just i mean it's just so credits. There's no way around up in paris learning french because it's very shaming drinking buckets cope on young. So no that's true. A million he was on his ear abroad and he'd done french. Yeah we just met and we were kid teenagers now. That and and so you must have had so many remain w- paris forty seven paris. I suppose it was romantic but at the time we didn't we didn't like each other we met is like a bad romcom. We really didn't like each other. We argue with. We had mutual friends in common. And we all looked a lot and lords but in question unpleasant way and i never argue with anyone ever not really and it was so again literally was dislike a kind of on my kind of was i mean except this. Show no no no. I didn't think so. That's not their new stakes. The characters to unlikeable well was promising. Young woman short a little house that her mother lived but nina's on them. I loved.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"And all you eating. Well what are you enjoying so badly. Don't understand the thing is the worst thing that happened with my first pregnancy. Was i had a very wonderful and very of like chilled doctor and she was like the great thing is is he can eat anything. The baby will just take the nutrients away from you so you get and so. I was kind of diet like sonic milkshakes. I was like naming. I four milkshakes. The today by the end yeah. Now i'm really. I'm pretty bad. I'm bad at that stuff. Because for me i mean food at the best of times just so one and you as a woman. I still think well me. There's always quite complicated relationship with the kind of food do you want to eat. I cake and ice cream and burgers and so being pregnant is sort of slightly naughty gas ashes. Jail free cards. So so yes. So i've just been i mean and also because so busy it's like it's delivery on it's like don't look the delivery money that has been in the cooking in your house. The moment my husband is completely. What does your husband day. he works and advertising. Yeah says she doesn't have much time then well but we're lucky we have helped with without toddler. Lovely ninety and this. I mean weekends and stuff. We try and cook and i love cooking. I just have completely lapsed. I just it's just at the end of the day. I just con. I mean i just. I'm just like cruel cruel and bed. Basically and just eat. Whatever it's am what was growing up. Who was around the dinner table and he was doing the cooking. What were you eating so growing up. It was my mom and dad ma. My sister coco. My youngest coco. And mom i think moms probably one of those seventy s goals who just like. She ran away from her home in rural wales at sixteen to go to work in a closed shop on the kings road. She was like get me to wear those. Like snakeskin boots me to the rock and roll is and so and she just was like very much hurt. She always had her Cookery pass film so it was. it was just. I've thing i remember most. And i should say like my mother is wonderful kirk and she cooks a lot now but when we were little it was it was absolutely chicken. Care of amazon. S did a really great carbonara in a sort of innocent thing that ups the film lit and it was kind of all of that stuff. We were quite. We're we weren't did you. Live in london. We lived in king's room half the time you know we lived in. We lived in kind of elle's coursey area and half the time we were inherited. Show which is where. I kind of think of mostly when i think of Of growing up and and when we were there was it was always the best because on the way in on friday we'd stop at the fish and chip shop and fish and chips and the car and on the way back sunday. If we were lucky we'd be good. We hit the mcdonald's drive-thru on the all's court roads dodge go in and buy much too much too much and so it was always kind of framed by you could tell very healthy cuisine. Grew up with so you. Dad was jewelry designer. So does the jewish site and my mom was a longtime. She was photographers agent. And now she's a writer. She writes of very brilliant kind of dark suit. Dark comedy burkes with quite a of sex in them house lose non-deployment numb to believe his is her is home. Which is louise's fennell. And so she yes. She's really amazing and say she. Yeah when we grew up. She started writing when she finally had the time. I think it's sucha there are so many female writers that you look at them and they started when showed up. When did you start writing. Because i was acting. Because i was doing call the midwife and then we had a hiatus halftime it's called midwife. And then half time. You have six months off. And so i wrote books in the the hiatus because i loved her and i really always wanted to write films telly and things. But you know it's very difficult thing to get into. The first thing i write was very long book that was truly terrible. A real a real nonsense and it was like a long jillian words. And i am. I took it to a few publishing houses and they were like just really really dire. She and they were right. But but i'd written a sort of tv script for something called shiva hole. Which was the sort of doctor who type thing. Because i love sci-fi of that until i pitch that as a book and then bloomsbury very kindly gave me a shot to right that and then i was lovely. I tend to like weirdly. I couldn't i could write a book now. i think. I just don't know how i honestly look back. I just don't know how it's possible maybe did you. You wrote the script for promising young man. All the screen is the screen claim. Scratchy was it based on a book. No it was based on anything from you. Yeah yeah so. I think but now the idea right to book is so i think i think i just. I don't know it's so crazy. It's i've also got very bad memory for my life so i look at the books and i just feels like it just feels like magic that they appeared somehow because i love the in iowa so daunting but yet you You're doing everything now. Do you think you'll get some more. No i think. I mean i love acting i really love it and there are some things like i mean. The crown fabulous cute. God is in the next series of the crown convenient. You cost for the next series l. So don't know don't know yet don't know yet. He miller will be really interesting. So how old is commander in the next radio. I don't even know the time period that they're doing. Because maybe you know maybe it's been announced must be the death of diana. I don't know. Because because what. I know that elizabeth debakey announce elizabeth to becky's playing diners exclusive. Must be there must be shown my young. Yeah she's pretty young young. I just was looking at the dish. You say which of course when when we were so young when it happened she seemed like a up and that he says nothing not. It's so young. But i didn't know i didn't know who the next week facet also like. I'm really excited. Because i was such a big fan of the show. That and then when you're in something. It's just much more frightening to what jake says he. Sometimes you just never know when you're gonna come on so you're just enjoying josh o'connor's lovely performance and suddenly you're like face leans into view and you're like no so it no it'll be it'll be very nice to be able to watch it without kind of fair so so when we had sir andrew lloyd webber on he kinda said that the way that cinderella started was your identity politics his house or rounded. Because your family friend it makes. It makes my life very very much more. Hopefully it sounds fabulous. your hand. he. I didn't know the conversation went something like i want to do this. And you said give me a popper at all do and he said yeah. Yeah.
"jessie" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Allo my friends. Welcome to another sta this week. With the brilliant. Jessie cave never probably matter before this. But i'm extremely impressed by him as a human being also is an artist. Performer writer actor caught up on stuff. It's brilliant. she's got a new book out. Lie life show is a stand up. Show is on soho on demand so theater on demand so do check out stuff. Although it's a very lighthearted and fun chat for most of the time towards the end. I'm guessing fifty minutes to an hour in the tunnel shift should be obvious but to give you a trigger warning. Some very serious and potentially upsetting subjects are discussed but jesse does discuss them extremely eloquently and openly and i hope you will feel you can listen but i understand if you want to turn off or that. Want to listen to this podcast just in case. That's a trigger warning my fine friends. I hope you appreciate it. Look we're doing one more. Rally spread the clapham grand. Thanks so much. The clapham ground for having us. It's been so much fun. This one is sold out of physical tickets and sadly we cannot suddenly more because we're still under restrictions but it should be a lot of fun and you can buy live streaming tickets. Watch it live online from the comfort of your home or someone else's home if you're matt hancock and it's only twelve pounds and you can get to see me talking to robin asquith. And then talking to menu jumps at gamble and james acosta twelve pounds to shows and that money will really help out. Certainly the clapham grand who have been dot for a long period of course and also lovely way of thanking. Full all of the free podcasts. Over the last year as well which has been a little bit of a tougher time for us in some ways act. Skype potato towers. but yes. If you fail you can if you can't afford to pay twelve pounds and if you feel you wanna see that show life do feel free will of course be as a cost eventually anyway. But it's a few weeks down the line. And i can guarantee you. That stuff won't be cut out the puck gus. But when we cut out the livestream because that's livestreams work head to retain top dot com slash. Gigs or the clapham grand website to pick up your twelve pound ticket to see both those shows on light. Let's sit back. relax and enjoy rally sta with. They incredibly impressive. Jessie cave.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Questions. Just feel such a good question. Fool you. I mean it was a leading question because i feel like yeah. You've learned to ride the bike. You've written this book you're going back into kind of front interesting thing is my immediate reactions. I think about that is. I think i've got a fantastic wife and two lovely kid and you know. I was in on the street with my son. Sam the on the other day in this post me and said i really wish you. A prime minister may and carried on. Well you know what below put it may. I didn't said to him had discussion with him. I said it kind of would have been pretty crap for you. If i'd been promised it wouldn't any goes yup definitely a little boy. I'm so he must have been awful would have been. Can you imagine how tiny blaze kids like. They had a really raw. If you're you're so you know. I think why feel most happy about is my family and and the relationship i have with them and you know. I think that when i was leader i was sort of present absent while i was absent. And then even when i was present absent and so you know i think the i really care about the book and ideas and nothing. That big change. We need in the country. And i haven't given up and i think that's really important and that's why i'm still want still doing what i'm doing. And i'm happy to be on the bench and doing the podcast. And all that and i feel most blessed and lucky bob with my family and last question last questions over already. Yeah sorry claiming the money night should get. You'll get kicked out. You can stay like eight minutes day. Isn't it that no. She's not actually apologize. Do they should be might be big night and might not be big onerous night. I am not is when we go cold right that choice. Go to question tandem tandem. I wouldn't mind naked naked. No atmosphere i hear your offer to lenny by. I checked naked. Lenny nine naked on the tandem identity. Doing i think no bacon sandwich. Like well onto this g that you've got good table manners. Admiral van no. I mean you'd have to tell me. I think you look seconds. That's that has a real totally genuine. The psych nightline and long gone carrier. He song would you if you had to karaoke happy. I'm sure labor with jeff. Actually done it with jeffrey sarah. Why the took me to a karaoke bar. Why did they turn me the karaoke thing. What did you say. I can't even remember sarah. His wife doesn't incredible. Billy joel was it. We didn't start the fire. Oh yeah okay so. You didn't say you did sing but you can't remember. Just blotting al. I think you ballots man or hip hop fan. Do you like music as crop music. Sort of dataman. Har i don't take on me. Oh my god yeah take over. That's a good one for. I did online. If you don't seem to last the hang on the lost like the lost late with all the blood instruments to rescue my political career after a loss.
Tulsa Changemakers and the Importance of Youth Voices
"We are very excited. Have andrew specter from tulsa chain vickers on the podcast today andrew. Hello jessie chris. Hello in what is definitely as i said earlier the longest from idea to recording a podcast part for good has ever done. We are very excited. Talk about change makers on on pot for good. so let's get the serve. The the basic questions. Out of the way where did the idea for tulsa makers come from tulsa change makers is really the product to to experiences that myself in jake learner cofounder change makers had when we first moved to tulsa through teacher america the first experience just feeling incredibly welcoming we got here just super invested in really connected as leaders right away in the community for me. I moved here from outside of charleston. South carolina originally from outside of boston. Jake from philly across the board to feel really welcomed invested in his leaders. I'm the second experience we had was going into classrooms. Obviously i you're teaching was challenging. But our students were blowing us away. Day my sixth graders. Abell elementary jake's fifth graders tulsa legacy charter school. Students were bright your socially minded leadership skills at rival adults that we knew and became really struck by the juxtaposition between our experiences as outsiders to also in the experiences of bianchi classrooms the insiders and what struck us. The most. Is that for me and jake. As outsiders and newcomers to tulsa we felt like we were being more invested in and more physician leaders in the community. The young people in our classrooms. That are actually better positioned up to drive positive impact in their schools and communities. And so the question. Jake and i started asking ourselves is woke me to position. The young people in our classrooms youngest ten years old and now for us as young as eight years old at your drive positive impact in their schools and communities right now and then in doing so prepared for alleged leadership in the future as well.
Gainesville Considers Moving Midland Train Engine
"Gainesville, announcing yesterday that engine 209 will be moved to Midland Park from its current location on Jessie Joel Parkway. City manager Brian Lackey says it will be in a historically accurate location and will be incorporated as a key element in the new and larger pardon random part of town. We think that we got a good story to tell He says. The new why Park will be more family friendly than the current location, which is just off Jesse Jule
AnnaLynne McCord Reveals Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis
"About some news from actress Anna Lindh. McCord. This is making some pretty big headlines. Today. She is saying that she has a disassociative identity disorder that she was diagnosed with this And she's opening up about it. This identity disorder by the way, previously known as multiple personality disorder, If you've heard it referred to is that you can know that the terminology has changed. It is now called disassociative identity disorder. And, um, you know, she's been in all sorts of things, um, 902 and no nip Tuck. She says Now. Yeah, that's right. Off course. Are you serious? I'm serious. She was in the re boot She played Yes. Everything coming back tonight. She wasn't the reboot. She was played Christopher Ewing's girlfriend, Jessie Metcalf's girlfriend. What is your name again? I'm sorry. Anna Lindh. McCord. Okay? Yeah. Anna Lindh.
How To Know When To Strip or Sand Furniture
"Let's dive into some tips. So the first category is when you get a piece a lot of times you have to strip it down or sand it. So do you know in distribute it versus sandy. Do you have any tips for that while you have to figure out if it's wood or if it's veneer and you're go from there for me. Normally the way i tell is like the weight so if it's pretty like substantial heavier is normally would versus like veneer like md. Ask fours and stuff and then like you can always stay on like maybe the back and just kinda like get a little bit in and then see what happens when you get that. I lay off and you can kind of tell if it is like because you're obviously going to hit the md board pretty quick with your sander. And then if you do then you gotta start stripping disturbs driven out if you hit past the grain into a board that looks like well like either particle board or not would not i will never yeah so in some of it's personal preference. I know even real wood pieces. Some people prefer to strip instead of sand. Cassia ending really does take off like a layer and then if you have certain things like that are more ornate strippers really better because some stuff. You can't stand like i know you're dresser or your nightstand from last season. Had that really intense like brady would kind of crazy now. A super crazy but i took so long for that piece actually ended up taking off the like actually detail of that would. He's because i couldn't strip it couldn't like sand it like there was nothing i could do to get the paint off and so then to remove that actually just like paint over that do you remember neck. turn out so good. I still have another one. That has never finished. So that's all non dance and then another thing. A lot of people wonder about sanding is kind of what grits to use all. Save the secret magic bullet for you to share with everyone you love. But just in general you kind of have to grits. You have your shaping grit so that's gonna be lower numbers like eighty hundred sixty and those are going to be kind of shape the wood and then you have your smoothing grits. So that's higher numbers like one twenty two twenty and that's going to smooth out your would before finish so usually if you have paint that you're just trying to strip you can start with eighty or a hundred you don't really need to go lower than that and then you work your way up if you wanna paint you can stop around to twenty but if you're finishing your would what is. Our magic secrets are manager. Cigaret- that we just found out about getting are amazing sander mirka sedan. Was that if you three. Twenty grit neighbor. The three twenty is like i never realized you should like go above two twenty. Three twenty is like next level against just so smooth. It flake like butter for real. I mean every time. I finish something. And it's with three twenty eyesight. I wish people can actually feel this because it's like nothing you thought before. I don't know it really is like such a game changer. To use three twenty on all of
"jessie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"At the end of the video. I love the saw. Thank you. So what other collaborations have you done. Well not so many. It's actually really recent. Kind of i mean i work with my band In a way that super collaborative so we just kind of jam stuff until it takes. Its own foam. I don't ride at arrangements or anything because they're fantastic musicians. And i love this process of of Multiple conscious consciousnesses consciousnesses. Whatever can attributing to one one piece. So i think if i were violent pot it wouldn't sound like does or whatever so working on a new record now with with new bandon and they're just full of ideas and they really stretching material in really exciting ways But also i sometimes will write with a friend from australia and we just chat send each other kind of ideas. And i'm each the finnish lyrics and this type of thing but that's really knew that's really in the last couple of months and it's really. It's really exciting. I would love to do more of this type of guy writing staff because it really it really loosens things up. She tracks here turns out on someone else in lows who went to brazil written by yourself right. The ad is so. I saw you play the guitar and vocals combos tracks. Are they any other instruments that you play or just like with a guitar. I mean i played keys really quite fine in australia. But if you don't use it you lose it. I place watch anymore since. I've been on the road because i don't have a keyboard medina living in the time so i used to bike keys. Not really so. I guess just singing and guitar some and we're not playing today But talk about the track here now. Which is the title track from your ep. The coming out yeah. Here now is actually pretty beautiful story. It's ira in israel in this community. That i was living in which the land that we that we lived on back onto this big desert plain and It was some magical displays. A country. Lieven describe the the essence of this location. But we i used to watch the sunset every night. When i was over the desert landscape like backing onto desert mountains and it was just like sometimes a learn sometimes with friends sometimes sometimes in like joyous rapture and sometimes in whatever processing whatever the day had bought and so i i one night took my guitar up and i had a to d i'm often working jennings and i had a tuned open so it means when you strum it play nice code without even putting any fingers on until now and i and i went with a little bit of weight from kind of Things that were coming up from leading in the desert and watching the sunset every night because things come up and i was sitting and the wind started rolling in and it started to play my guitar. Like just i'm revote reverberating kind of d chord in the wind and it was just like Oats magical and then. I started playing codes of he. Now edge sounds magical with discussion. Puts me right where you were like. It was amazing azriel rain. It really doesn't feel at all like i wrote. That's one it just feels like a real offering from playing early co at title track of the fourth company. He can talk about that about the trust. Is it going to be and it's got five tracks on it Three of them are going to be single. Say you'll you'll heard most of it but they'll be more dot cafe and he now that'll be surprises and it's coming out on february the twenty six on all the platforms and blah blah saas. So i visit the. Ap jeb anything else plan for the year More music yeah working on getting getting together. some resources for the next recordings and now sat on the as soon as i as soon as it's available to me And then yeah more music. And then lucy i. You can't plan anything else really because of this fire. So it's it's really easy choice. What can i do Well i can always make music for. Let's keep making music is also it despite the pandemic Early music seems so quite busy. Yeah it's it's really. It's really good because yeah you're allowed to meet up in groups of three and so in in bigger spaces five and it means you can. You can have rehearsals. You can record if you're careful of still. Yeah that's good to hear. Just performance is actually kind of good for recording that performances. you didn't get Kind of less distracted or less busy from gigs. or whatever. Just focus us on make. I look forward to hearing the hall piece. Because what i have her decision. It's a definite the album to have on a playlist Purchase definitely listen to so what social media channel. Are you most act up like fans wanna follow you question. And fortunately all of them but i guess instagram is probably the most slam Real the gets and facebook is pretty good too but you can also if you wanna buy my music so been check out my band camp page. 'cause i'm they often have a friday special. Where all the money goes to the oddest. And even not i get a lot more money per purchase than spotify and my Physical cds will be on ben camp when the ap comes out for to bank camps where it's up so bad so bad camps still running those friday Spotlights for the artists or they get they are just get sworn the money. Yeah great yes great because they started just after the pandemic shutdown started happening which serves a testament to the platform yet. I think good now our says this war.
"jessie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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Protection of Personal Data in Blockchain Technology
"Zor. Res- asks what do you think about. Privacy designed blockchain so. It's kind of interesting because these blockchain's are sort of under attack. I guess you could say from regulation right now. A melted mirrors actually talked about this in the episode that he did with her and lynn alton Where she said that. That's kind of the main thing she'll be looking out for twenty twenty one and i think You know we at this moment that i'm recording this. We only have rumors about what type of regulation it was that Treasury secretary steve mnuchin wanted to put on crypto right. Now because i think actually you privacy coins were in the crosshairs and this was something night. Jessie liu who came on unconfirmed talked about She was the what was it. Former attorney for dc. She's prosecuted a ton of cases are around some of the biggest ones involving illegal. Use bitcoin and via actor state actors like north korea or by the child porn website in in korea. Welcome to video. And and some of the other big criminals like terrorists and stuff and weight point. Is she highlighted by a something that she was noticing in. I can't remember it was the dot enforcement framework actually and I do think you know this is going to be something that comes up again because brian brooks the action control of the currency. Also kind of you know. When i asked him about what how he thought the. Us might regulate privacy. He said oh well you know the. Us is different from other countries because we're We're the victims of terrorism or or were subject to terrorism or something like that and he said that he thought people would be willing to make a trade off for that. Which i thought was very interesting. A really was curious to know what the crypt communities reaction was to that comment. But yeah so. I think we're going to see that kind of come up as a battle and i actually. I would be surprised. If in the end there wasn't some way to have Blockchain side feature privacy prominently because in a way. I can't imagine the technology really taking off in all the ways that it could take off if there wasn't such a feature and you even see that like in a forthcoming episode. I have unconfirmed. It's a panel discussion but there is somebody from the federal reserve who talks about building systems for central bank digital currencies. Who says you know flat out like you can't design these systems unless you have privacy you as a consideration from the beginning he said it cannot be an afterthought and and he's talking about for central bank digital currency so. I really do think that you'd at least some of these vaccines will have to feature it prominently and i. I don't think that we're going to end up with blockchain set it at all. I would be surprised on a long enough time scale. I do think in the in the beginning. There might be a bit of a battle. But i think after we got real adoption then i would be very surprised if we don't start to see more privacy