38 Burst results for "Judd"

Fresh update on "judd" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "judd" discussed on AP 24 Hour News

"Withers in a record setting heat wave. It hit 109 in Walnut Grove, south of Sacramento. Ace hardware, Digital sales manager Chuck Judd says there are no more portable air conditioners. I do not have any units. Unfortunately, I sold out of those within the first two days. I brought them in this week. On Friday, parts of the San Joaquin Valley reached 110. It was 100 and 23 degrees in Palm Springs. Most of the West has also been suffering through record high temperatures. Searchers spent today Friday looking.

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"judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:10 min | 2 d ago

"judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And you you'd be have to quarantine for two weeks and then you would go to the set and wear your masks every second. You weren't shooting every second that you were like on camera doing your thing and then you go back to the hotel. And i thought that just seems funny and it seems like it would give a nervous breakdown. Isolated like that. So the idea was you know. Could you make a movie during the pandemic that was safe because have small casts and you'd have two sets the hotel and the sound stage. So that's what we just did. I was very happy to get through it all with no positive cases the entire time you know all the rules and it worked and it is about isolation and the way we all felt this year so i thought what am i going to write. It does mobile to about something from the past. I can't really write about life as if it's normal because that normal right now and that didn't seem to work. But i could write about what's happening right this second and so it was a weird swing to go. Let's just jump into it and make fun of this as it's happening and i think it came out really well certainly was inspired by a lot of people like christopher guest and eugene levy and shits creek and and a certain tone of warm comedy corky comedy certainly tropic thunder. Whose other movie that ben made. I thought about Your wild doing this. And i'm excited for people to see it. I tried to think of the movie as something you would give people at the end of the pandemic as some sort of sorry. Sorry we all went through this. Let's laugh about it. It was such an air. And here's a little weird joke gift at the end that it's it's funny because as you're describing it some people tried to make whether it was. Tv shows movies about the pandemic as we're living it and they were serious. So there was a zombie Nobody wanted that. We don't need you to tell us what were living. Because we're already living at but funny is something we only. The catharsis is something we all need and being able to say..

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Fresh update on "judd" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "judd" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Any issues, organizers say it was the area's first official Festival celebrating the community. I just never thought it would happen is exciting that small towns are more accepting. More like as time goes on concern as presidents goal of reaching 70% adult vaccinations by July, 4th seems a bit far off. 65% of adults are at least partially vaccinated. But 30 states lagged behind with Mississippi, Louisiana, Wyoming in Alabama at the bottom in three of those states. New Covid cases are increasing. Dr. Suzanne Judd is with the University of Alabama. Um at Birmingham. They could be facing another covid outbreak in the fall. How big of a risk does this Delta variant pose? It's a big risk. It spreads more rapidly. CBS is Lilia Luciano. Yesterday marked the first time Juneteenth was celebrated as a federal holiday million Bush organized an event in Midway, Kentucky. We are not just thinking about the event. We're also thinking about the joy that that brings is being able to recognize black people, not just as a unit of people, but as individuals in San Francisco 15 people were injured after an apartment fire tore through a building. David Carpenter lives inside. We have Lot of paraplegic people in the building. We have.

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Interview With Emily Atkin, Founder of Heated

The Digiday Podcast

02:27 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Emily Atkin, Founder of Heated

"Thanks so much for being on today. Emily thanks for having me so you ventured out to sub stack It was about a year and a half ago now. is that right. yeah. I started early. September twenty nineteen what appealed to you about joining sub stack at that point because it was a rather new platform right. It was new. A lot of people thought i was being stupid. I mean i was quitting a pretty established job at a magazine. Things you know from the outside seem to be going well and you know they were i just. I had ambitions to do things that were i guess. More me so But yeah it was certainly knew there was not a lot of there is not a lot of role models to look at in this space but fortunately i had one who was judd leg of the newsletter popular information which is still a really popular newsletter. He encouraged me to do it. and so i did. That's awesome. i guess making that leap. Did you have the idea for heated kind of rolling around in your mind for a while before you knew what platform you would take it to. Or i guess how did you get your idea that you're willing to leave your job for. I definitely did not have the idea beforehand. I sort of had the idea that i wanted to do something different. Or i was at the place in my job at the time. I was working at the new republic where i wanted to make a move And i didn't know exactly what that move would be. And i just started considering my options looking at job openings and nothing was really speaking to me. Even the good jobs that i felt. Maybe i had a chance to get. I started thinking to myself. Well is that really what i want. and meanwhile i had judd in my other ear saying you should start a newsletter. You could start your own thing and more and more as i weighed my options that that seemed like that was what made me the most excited honestly. I was trying to trust what what just felt like. Even if it was the riskiest thing like what would be the funnest thing. What would be the mc brought me the most joy and sort of sense of purpose. And that's where the idea came from the create. Anything what would i create. And and that's where the idea for heated came from.

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Fresh "Judd" from Music & The Spoken Word

Music & The Spoken Word

01:45 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Judd" from Music & The Spoken Word

"Into a crowd, killing one person and injuring another. Fort Lauderdale Detective Ollie Anderson says they're looking into whether it was an accident. We're speaking with all involved parties to include witnesses, the driver, we're doing all that we can to make sure that we do the most complete and accurate investigation and don't rule out anything prematurely in central Wisconsin, another pride event, this one without any issues, organizers say it was the area's first official festival celebrating the community. I just never thought it would happen. It's exciting that small towns are more except More like as time goes on concern as presidents goal of reaching 70% adult vaccinations by July, 4th seems a bit far off. 65% of adults are at least partially vaccinated. But 30 States land behind with Mississippi, Louisiana, Wyoming in Alabama at the bottom in three of those states. New Covid cases are increasing. Dr. Suzanne Judd is with the University of Alabama at Birmingham. They could be facing another covid outbreak in the fall. How big of a risk does this? Delta variant pose. It's a big risk. It spreads more rapidly. CBS is Lilia Luciano. Yesterday marked the first time Juneteenth was celebrated as a federal holiday million. Bush organized an event in Midway, Kentucky. We are not just thinking about the event. We're also thinking about the joy that that brings is being able to recognize by people not just as a unit of people. But as individuals in San Francisco 15 people were injured after an apartment fire tore through a building. David Carpenter lives inside. We had a lot of paraplegic people in the building. We have people that are bed reading a lot of elderly people I just wanted to rescue mode started banging on doors about 60 residents have been displaced. This is.

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Border Patrol Union Frustrated With Biden Administration

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

Border Patrol Union Frustrated With Biden Administration

"Head of the Border Patrol agents. Union, says members air frustrated by what they see as a lack of consequences for crossing the border illegally. Brandon Judd also says they're calling for more judges to be stationed at the border and says it would weed out the bad actors.

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2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

"Have been filed against two former civilian employees at the Polk County Jail in Frost proof, the sheriff's office says Austin Guy and Katherine Krawczynski have been arrested on charges that they conspired with an inmate to bring in contraband, including smokeless tobacco, cigarettes and possibly a cell phone into the jail. Sheriff Grady Judd says this had the potential to develop into a very dangerous situation. When they get these folks on the hook like this. Oh, Herbert, Herbert, people people demanded demanded anything anything he he could could ask ask for for gun. gun. Comes Comes next next knives knives next, next, and and that's that's what's what's dangerous dangerous inmate inmate Herbert Herbert Williams Williams is is accused accused of of selling selling the the contraband. contraband. Other Other jail inmates. The

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Dallas-area man arrested in relation to Jan. 6 Washington, DC riots

WBAP Morning News

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Dallas-area man arrested in relation to Jan. 6 Washington, DC riots

"Carrollton Man is the most recent North Texan to be charged for an alleged involvement in the January six breach of the U. S Capitol building. Warning to the FBI David Lee Judd is charged with civil disorder and evading officers. FBI Special Agent Matthew Discern, No says the Dallas office expects to make more arrests related to that riot. We are investigating the crimes that as we collect evidence about what specific federal crimes were violated, clearly, in addition to that, we're looking for funding or other mitigating things like flex cuffs and bear spray. Don't judge. The rest was the 20th made by the FBI's Dallas office investigation in January six.

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Is Zach Snyder's 'Justice League' a Good Movie?

The No Film School Podcast

09:36 min | 3 months ago

Is Zach Snyder's 'Justice League' a Good Movie?

"The very controversial for so many reasons for content reasons for formatting reasons i saw so many memes about the fact that it was reformatted. Four three zack zack. Snyder's justice league has officially dropped. We say dropped on the internet right. It's not like premiering a movie theater. It's just dropping on on. Streamers is fishy dropped on hbo. Max there's a complicated back story where zacks under had to leave mid production because of a family tragedy which is very sad judd app not try that patel just we took over just we apparently was a total asshole and there were all sorts of lawsuits. About what a dickey was and then you know. The film by many fans was not felt to reflects what zach snyder intended and there was long discussion of a zacks undercut image. Peo- max put in seventy million dollars to shoot a whole bunch more footage to make the zack snyder. Cut of justice league. Come out for years later. This is an interesting story because it is different. From a lot of directors cut stories. A lot of directors cut stories are ten years later. I'm grateful the studio give me access to the archive to rescan the negative and re-cut it is very rare in fact i can't think of an example where someone's like four years later. I got an extra seventy five million dollars to shoot additional footage to make an alternate movie like it is. Is there another example. That are missing where somebody got that. I don't know but what i do know. Is that in the history of film. There have been many many many directors cuts and extended editions and versions. That were revisited. We've talked about some of them here before. And most of our audience familiar with many of them It is not unheard of obviously for there to be something that prevents the original vision to be completed by the person who had it. And obviously there are many instances where somebody could go back and try and piece things together. Only orson welles. A number of times We even talked to. I talked to walter merch about going back in and recruiting and working on touch of evil. There are the magnificent emerson's with him as well. I think he's one of the early versions. Were early famous versions but bladerunner famously for anybody mir charles age And so much inbetween. It's such a common story but this one does stand apart because yeah he was given basically a massive feature film budget to make more of it his version of it and it is an interesting thing like will this happen more often. Will we get criminal. And saying actually i want to shoot a whole different ending too dark dark knight rises fifteen years later. Because i've rethought it. And i wanna go into a very complicated sort of relationship between the artists and the work when you remove the theatrical premiere and when you open up the idea of shooting original additional footage it is a it's vastly different so Full disclosure wasn't able to finish it have a two year olds. Get very sleepy very easily. Don't have four hours with two year. Old where i can watch the whole thing but universally in my social media of the people in my life everyone i know seems to have really enjoyed the new cup more than the last cut. I do not understand why people hate on sex neither so much. I genuinely enjoyed his dawn of the dead. I thought it was solid. I also am a like. I wanted to get into movies. Originally to make watchmen. When i was nice school. I don't hate his watchman. Cut like everyone else does. I don't understand whether so mad about it. I think people to hate sex. Neither for some reason that does not make sense to me. I'll also disclosed and then michelle. I know michelle is actually watched both right but so i have watched the new one. I watched the snyder cut. I did it. I made it through. Well di i not a big comic book movie fan. In general i have seen many of them though. And i did not see the original justice league so i had to do some research on what changed which was really interesting to me. I also actually really think highly of him from a visual standpoint. I find that even when he's not like a lot of the movies directed this one included. The material is just not great in my opinion but he's visually so committed to the bit that he does that his sequences really worked for me. And i think he's a great comic book movie director choice. Because i think he's really. His camera is like ballot. Check i think his action sequences are visually compelling. And i think his approach like to me the thing that felt the weakest about this. I mean obviously the some some major casting problems major script problems but all that aside i think it it mimicked. Some of what marvel does too much sometimes which i don't really like. They're some straight up. Like this is just an avenger. Seen but not as good. And i don't really love what it was in the first place personally but all my my personal take aside. I think filmmakers He is just he really doesn't. He's earnest he's not tongue in cheek and sometimes it gets a little silly and you might laugh. But i think his earnest approach to how dramatic he is with his camera like from dawn of the dead to the three hundred to a and tackling real quick charles before michelle I think that warner brothers is known to have some really tight released times. They don't have the same war chest that disney does for like they. They set these release dates. They they have to make them. I'm not going to get into the wise. And if sets really true but and that puts a lot of pressure on finishing something and delivering something. And i think that some of the the flaws in some of these dc comic book movies have to do with some of that some of us so anyway onto you. Michelle i f Well done on watching. The center is a endeavor. I i think i knew what the runtime was. But it doesn't click in my head until i was watching and the timeline at the bottom. It has like how long you've watched. And i miss read it. I thought it was much like when it said two and a half hours at the bottom. I thought that was a total Not they meant time that i had laughed and that was quite a surprise. So it's long. Don't don't kid yourself jack. Knifed mini series has parts could have been released in parts. My first input. If you will is i feel like i. Keep reading the quote snyder cut. That snyder wouldn't release in two thousand seventeen and i would argue that. I don't know this is i. Don't think this is at all what would have been released for so many reasons. It's a it's a post weeden post tragedy post. Hbo max snyder display. I don't think we would be able to release a for. I could be wrong. A four hour epic in a theater in twenty seventeen. I don't obviously say that. There are many teaser. There are changes are subtle there. Some people have pointed them out and in terms of very subtle and different. Like stolen changes. That i think are in there now. For example there's a billboard others billboard in the city at some point in the messages you're not alone and a lot of people have guessed that something that snyder put in in reference to his daughter. Like these little things that have been put in log away 'cause post years of reflection on it and i just don't think not content aside just the run time. I'm not sure how many people really yes for hours within a theatre. Let's do it. I don't know if we the same. i do. Think a really interesting experiment if anyone ever wants to ever play with this idea of same footage different story concept of how to edit something together. Because i started watching the josh sweden version the same evening. Don't do this same evening through off after watching case for a minute i thought you were. You said you meant side by side like you had to i. Four by three setup does allow you. I will say to have it on the side of my screen. As i was like doing some work so i will say the former three at least helpful in the arrangements of your browser window because like i'm not cutting anything off because it's not a letterbox or other format so the four by three is is is makes it easier to have the size. No i tried watching the conversion right. After some of the scenes giving away some of the scenes that feel pivotal in the story. Line are like thrown in the credits. The opening like oh i get with. This is going to do you. I don't know if i can sit through

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3 Polk deputies arrested, resign over alleged evidence tampering

Todd Schnitt

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

3 Polk deputies arrested, resign over alleged evidence tampering

"Three. Polk County Sheriff's deputies are facing charges of evidence tampering poke, Sheriff Grady Judd says those deputies stopped a driver on December 21st in winter haven, confiscating drugs and cash. After a day off, they realized the $723 hadn't been placed into evidence. What the three of them talked about on the 23rd is Oh, the money's missing. Judd says The three deputies engaged in a cover up and were found out when the arrestee asked for her money back. They all resigned and the sheriff is reviewing any cases of theirs involving

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What the Heck are NFTs? Let's Ask Beeple.

Sway

04:11 min | 3 months ago

What the Heck are NFTs? Let's Ask Beeple.

"Mike welcome or should i call you. People your can just call me. Mike was weird. Call me don't you dare call me my dungeon from high school with swish e issue. So let's not get into these things which makes a lot more sense but explain people. It's like a fuzzy. Like you walk looking thing. I'd get over there okay. Reach it adds a toy from the eighties. Kinda like beeps and makes a sound. they're not that popular. If you look at just go people toy and you can see what they look like again. This is something. I named myself like years ago. Why as. I did not expect to be answering this question. Twenty years later right. Because is an artist. Moment of artistic reverie or what in my more solid like when you cover. It's is it beeps and so it like when you change the light it beeps. And so there's a sort of interplay between light and sound and the i work that i did looks nothing like the work you see. Now and it was really very like abstract audiovisual tightly sinked audio and video. So that's why i did it. So that that interplay between light and south. I say so you happen to like this toy was it who gave it to so our family actually gave it to my grandma and then and this was an toya head like growing up right. We gave it to her. When i was like ten or so and then somehow i just took it back right like five years later or ten years later and that was that it wasn't light bright or something like that. That would have been a different name for you. So mike winkle. But i'm gonna call you thank you very much. I appreciate it so way before this auction. You're creating digital art and showcasing places like instagram and twitter. That's where you started sharing. This is a project you started. I think it was may two thousand seven. Were you created and post new digital art. Work every day Talk about this effort and why you wanted to do this. Yes so when. I started this out The first one was made. I two thousand seven. I wanted to get better at drawing. And i'd sauna an illustrator out of the uk named tom. Judd who did like a sketch -oday in his sketchbook And he did it for about a year in like. I think i thought that was a cool way. To sort of like you know incrementally improved. And so i started doing a drawing every day And like posting it online again this just on my website and literally. Nobody was seeing it besides my mom and light three friends And so. I did that for like a year and If you look at the christie's actually you can see all of those drawings. In the upper left hand corner there are all sort of like they're in the lower right hand corner is the last of the like five thousand day And so after a year. I learned a lot. It had pushed me to sort of like try a of new techniques and so after that i was like well what if i use that same thing to teach myself a three d program which i didn't know and when i say three d program it's similar to what they make like pixar movies. Yes spain the art telling these software so the software basically has it's it's like a three d world where you can place any sort of objects or build any sort of objects and then you have lights virtual lights that you place and and play some around the people and then you have a virtual camera and you basically shoot a picture of the the people. The way i work now is really almost like i have a huge giant collection of three d models. There's marketplaces where you can buy. There's thousands upon thousands you type in bike. Here's know eight hundred bikes which by deal on and so you can just buy these models and then you can use them and stuff and so i can with one. Click pull those into the scene and then i can sort of pose them. Put them wherever i want. Scale the mob scale them down. It's almost like playing with toys. I've got the biggest bass toy collection. I could break them apart and put you know a new head on a new body on new arms on whatever and then sort of set up these scenes and take a picture of it. And you don't want to compare it to clip art but it is doing a collage online corrective some but in a three d format. Yeah it's like that because again. I'm taking these assets that you know. I had not built sort of putting them together in sort of a bunch of different

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Why Diverse Teams are Smarter, but Don't Feel That Way

Your Brain at Work

05:48 min | 3 months ago

Why Diverse Teams are Smarter, but Don't Feel That Way

"I have admission to make guilty confession. Is that quite often. I use these fridays as an opportunity to actually talk to people. I really wanna talk to being dined to catch up with the evaluation so finally get to have an hour with you. You're one of the brightest smartest people in this whole space and just doing such interesting web. So i'm excited to be here. Get to catch up with you. And i know if i'm excited. People are to maiava. Confession is that. I often schedule these topics as things. I really want to understand better. And i really want to understand the mechanics of why teams smart but don't feel that way Really curious to go a few clicks deeper than we already have got into it. So i'm excited about position. Basically got a heads around this question. Why is it that diverse teams a smarter in what way and we publish this first piece. It's become kind of a big piece in not just our work but widely shared across the end. What we wanted to do today was kinda. Go a few clicks into this question. Revisit this question because it's really topical and really understand this so anyway let's dig in bowery. Let's hit from you. I will. I mean what are the ways that diverse teams are smarter. Maybe you kickoff. Employees can add some in what ways the diverse teams actually smarter. So first of all thank you. There's been so much work that has happened in the past ten years. I love being part of the community. Because you're the best in the world taking mr geeky signs that are laboratories then actually making it usable also. Thank you for continuing. Does about your lead. Because i'm just assuming everyone knows you. And i'm going to tell bias already. Well i am a a psychologist by training and another way to think about. It also comes under the rubric of a behavioral scientists and my laboratory which is literally in the basement without windows takes people from all over the united states. all of the world that are unsuspecting. Just wanna be part of research and we try to understand to. My specialty is diversity equity inclusion anti racism so i have conducted studies on the impact of diversity on performance. What does performance mean. What does diversity actually wilk lake. We've done research on some of the white logical underpinnings of bias. Johnson mark on collective intelligence both in the world of education and also organizations but a lot of it really comes from starting off the company's zang. What are the problems that organizations trying to solve going to the laboratory look at tight causality and trying to understand the mechanisms and then trying to go back into the world and share so it's busy times incredible times this past year but also really important. Great that's really helpful. I've got an image of you in the basement with no light and judd breaking unsuspecting executives into telling you what they really think that's great. Keep up the good cook Going to end something that from my perspective is a little bit different. Having done diversity research way back when including the first study that showed a connection between gender diversity and financial performance. But my confession is. I've used so much of this work long. Before came to the organization. It headed diversity at few organizations like mckinsey and micron technology and it might trump particularly these articles that were talking about today. Were what really swayed a leadership team who had no experience with a diversity effort before that this was incredibly important thing to do of course teaser filled with engineers but they were really compelled by putting a lot of energy into the dna efforts in part because of what they learned from this research. So thank you didn't break the yeah. Remissed interviewed introducing both before me about such an experience by us of assuming you been around for awhile but yet pull. It comes to us as chief diversity officer many esteemed organizations before working with us and applying the work until late in the whistle. Grateful to have you with Yes let's question with all that background. In what ways diverse teams smart maybe battery. Do you wanna start on that. Yeah well i think there's a couple of ways the first way. Is that diverse team. People talk about this idea. That diverse teams breed innovative thinking. And the reason why that happens is because of cognitive elaboration. What that means is that people are thinking with a greater depth of thoughts. They are thinking about counterfactual. We should be thinking about this in a different way. They are slowing down. So they're sort of able to sort of absorb information from others. They're engaged in greater perspective taking where they have to sort of sink about a problem for multiple people's perspectives. So there's a lot of benefits. I think at this sort of cognitive level when you think about what makes innovation happen but the catalyst is diversity and then there's also these other benefits where people feel included in the sense that all of us have something about ourselves. That's a little bit different. Quirky potentially marginalized historically discriminated against. And then when you see a group of individuals around you that's a little bit different. It's an fosters. The sense of inclusion like my perspective on my identity has something to so there. Are those kind of emotional affective and then there's also the cognitive benefits into this is really kind of at the small what we call the micro level when you're looking at teams and

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The Latest: Trump follows tradition, leaves note for Biden

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

The Latest: Trump follows tradition, leaves note for Biden

"President Donald Trump has followed at least one presidential tradition while there was no invitation to the White House for Joe Biden after he was declared the winner of the November election the Republican president did leave a note for his successor deputy press secretary Judd Deere didn't want to say what was in the notes citing privacy for communications between presidents trump has refused to publicly concede to bite in and did not mention the Democrat by name in a pair of farewell addresses he also interrupted many traditions of the presidency including by not attending bite into inauguration showing up there Washington

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Rumored Trump Trip to Scottish Golf Course Ruled Out of Bounds

C-SPAN Programming

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Rumored Trump Trip to Scottish Golf Course Ruled Out of Bounds

"The new Corona virus strain that first found in Britain has caused a near lockdown in that country, and that may effect may effect President Trump's travel plants. CNN reports that Scotland's first minister Nicolas Sturgeon, was asked during a news conference about unconfirmed Scottish media speculation. That Donald Trump could be planning a trip to one of his golf courses in Scotland around the time president of Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20th. Have no idea what Donald Trump's travel plans. Are You be glad to know. I hope and expect a Z. Everybody hopes, and it's what is everybody expects everybody necessarily will hope that the travel plan immediately that he has is there to exit the White House. But beyond that, I don't. I don't know, but it's not. You know, we're not Loving people to come in to Scotland for a without an essential purpose right now, and that would apply to him just as applies to anybody. Edelson come into play golf is not what I would consider to be an essential purpose. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon White House deputy press Secretary Judd Deere, telling CNN anonymous sources who claim to know what the president is or is not considering have no idea when President Trump has an announcement about his plans for January. 20th he will let you know.

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K.T. Oslin, country singer of ‘80's Ladies,’ dies at 78

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

K.T. Oslin, country singer of ‘80's Ladies,’ dies at 78

"Singer and songwriter KT Oslin has died at the age of 78. As NPR's NEDA, who'll be reports husband was the first woman to win the Country Music Association Award for song of the Year. The year was 1987 and the song was eighties, ladies. You want three? Man. Was from school. Also, It was 45 years old when she recorded that song, just one of a string of country chart topping hits said also learned her three Granny's. Austin grew up in Texas, but moved to New York, where she performed in musicals and toward with Carol Channing and Hello, Dolly. Awesome songs were recorded by Brandy Clark, Dusty Springfield, the Judds and many others. Katie Olsen retired after releasing her final album in 2015. She had been diagnosed with Parkinson's Nedda You Libby, NPR news Rolling

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Pete Davidson says he's removing his tattoos

The Joe Walsh Show

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Pete Davidson says he's removing his tattoos

"Comedian Pete Davidson is reportedly in the process of removing every single one of his tattoos. The news was revealed on Twitter after he attended a virtual Q and a with Judd Apatow and the cast of the king of Staten Island. Davidson said. It takes 3 to 4 hours in the makeup chair to cover them up, so he figured it would be easier to quote. Get them burned off.

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"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Tea party patriots. Where well as right after had been radicalized. Just like you know right now. Different pro-trump groups trump. voters are being radicalized right. I mean they don't really care and We were members of all these groups. 'cause we love america and boom man. I got on boom i. I mean i was writing the fire of what weaponized. Irs it happened to me you know. And that's what's going on right now. We're we're attacking media where our media needs to be broken up with section two thirty. Our government needs to continue to be deconstructed. And you know. I i just prayed lord man trae to the lord michael that you know something was something will happen. It will be able to stay on the course but if we don't i know a lot of good americans are waking. We're not romney. We're not mccain conservatives any more i mean trump is going to leave that legacy behind even if we didn't know i just pray to lord he doesn't. What's the goal in running this. What what would be a win for you. Well interestingly enough we wrote it originally to influence the boat you know we said hey we need we need to get out and information but because of covid. It was shut down a lot of books. Were coming out so that they kept having a rewrite it or publishers which are pneumatic newsmax humanities. Their wing When we got it out we were gonna you know writing for the vote and then they came back and they said well. This is a timeless treatise for conservative. And there's been a couple of them. But you know eric. And i are also we. We have a background in so we bought some humor in there. And some raw some knuckled punches each chapter you'll get the you know you'll get the history and the position some of the great and then we end with arguments how to argue right now and right now the the right can no longer be the quiet conservatives who just march sport where we're we've got to raise a little bit of hell back we've got to be a little bit Bombastic this level of vitriol and disinformation so we also have the handbook on how to argue in their second half every chapter so we want to empower conservatives to stand strong as well. That is a question. I get so often. How do i argue back. How do i make my point. How do i share. Who i am. Can you give me that advice. And that's what this book does. Thirteen and a half reasons why not to be a liberal and how to enlighten others by judd..

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"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:26 min | 6 months ago

"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"He was going to be aborted and You know there's parents jumped off the table and that guy has changed communities he's changed our lives and i said honestly i wish i had had more information at that time and then we break down. What are the consequences of the pro-life pro-choice Element so we got really personal in that chapter my actually my co writer eric. Amazing he wouldn't right on the chapter he's like you gotta write this one yourself. So i i brought in the personal and that age any good stories gotta have the truth and how it applies to life and we do that in every chapter history personal experience you know. These are the elements that make us choose their ideology. You know what's interesting. You point out that that conservatives outnumber liberals in forty four out of fifty states. It's interesting to me. Joe biden if the steel continues we'll have been the president who won the white house or she was as declared the winner with the fewest counties. One in that seventeen percent you know people say to me all the time that the country is gone to hell and no actually. That's not true at all. Most people everything most of us read in here is going to seem radical and defy it. But these are the values that we all share. These are the values. You're just reminding us of what we already believe. And because that's not what is projected through the television screen every day or from liberal politicians. We feel like we're engaged. In an underground. These are the values that make our nation. Great absolutely america is like the earth is in the goldilocks zone. With with the probability of our radical existence. america has that level of freedom because Judeo christian principles that go back to the greeks that were influenced by them. Lighting meant driven by religious oppression. Across this this the as thomas points out so beautifully hold up tonsil. So sal soul. Sorry so just yet. That's coming up with judge with judd dunning. Just a moment sir. Quick reminder if you'll go to michael berry show dot com. That's our official website..

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"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:26 min | 6 months ago

"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Your three favorite restaurants we've eaten at the last year. What are your three favorite cities we've visited and i just think it helps to order your thoughts and that's why i was interested when i saw book that had come out on my fiftieth birthday november tenth a few weeks ago entitled thirteen and a half reasons why not be a liberal and how to enlighten others by judd dunning all right. i'll bite. Why thirteen and a half michael berry patty and good morning. Good talking good to be your man. Happy fifty welcome to the club. Buddy yeah you know we look at. I woke up one morning. I'm like chapter. Seven was in my head. American exceptionalism is not a hate crime. And that's really the essence of this division that we're in and my dad had passed a couple of years ago and we were letting go with this beautiful cabin up in the blue ridge mountains. I'm not a texan. But i did grow up in the country north carolina and then colorado and california all these years and he just said he said hey you know government can say the hell out of my business. They always say government is working. You shouldn't be hearing about it all the time and you. He didn't force his republicanism on me. Because i became a crazy liberal through my education and through hollywood and we went up to this retreat. And we said let's make a list. I love it. You said that. And i said why. Do we know what we know. What are these enduring truths these constitutional elements whole tents. Hold us together. And why are they. So let's go look at the evidence one more time and he was beautiful. It was glorious and we made a great great series of listen. I hope people out there and get get look at it. So they can say oh. This is why conservatives are conservative. We're just the other side of america. But i still don't understand what the is the have all right. Well there's so we have half reasons why not to be all right. I had a problem on a radio show because of this. So i qualify so what we did. Is we get the thirteenth core tenets of conservatives and versus liberalism etc and a half reason. Was we out as a half reason. Not because it's a less important reasons because there's a more important reason and it actually stands outside of the reasons you would just choose your ideology you know like people should not be a liberal or conservative this very sensitive issue. This issue is so important that it should possibly never be solved and it shouldn't be the reason you choose a party anymore. I mean look at what's been happening in georgia and alabama and look. What's been happening in new york and virginia. Complete polar opposites so we sent trump at number thirteen so the book could be timeless but have a great chapter about trump's achievements. Amazing list if you wanna see it. and then. The last chapter was about abortion in life. Pro-life pro-choice we stand pro pro life position and why we chose we. I actually real personal story on that chapter..

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"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"judd" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"How you doing bud berry meet you sir. Yes sir give me just one second. They're just checking our level. Did the book come out november tenth. Yeah you'll ever since. That was my fiftieth birthday. Have at that. Hey welcome to the big five o. Club buddy are you in it. You know i i'm it. I've been in it for four years. I love it all right. I'll take the wisdom that you can keep the pain. You're right exactly. Unfortunately guess they go hand in hand so it's an eight minute segment in eight. Forty five will cut a little short of that so we have time to do bump music's in and out unless you're going to cut it live for them you can cut it live. That's fine okay. All right these are long form judd. So take your time. I'm not gonna say he wouldn't stop talking. You can really explore your your your thoughts and take them to their conclusion without if we do live. I'm always. I would go to you with thirty seconds before the break and then that would be no good. Well you god be where we wanna go. I'm excited yes sir. All right here we go ready Though jangle shoes. I'm the big one for lists like lists or make lists all the time draws my kids crazy we.

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Trump mounts bizarre and misleading White House return despite warnings

Morning Edition

01:21 min | 9 months ago

Trump mounts bizarre and misleading White House return despite warnings

"Trump is back at the White House. Having been discharged by doctors at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, The president spent nearly 72 hours at Walter Reed outside Washington for treatment of covert 19. NPR's Franco Ordo Nia's has more, It was clear that he knew this would be a moment that would be captured by cameras how they set up the flags on the South Portico for his arrival, the pulling off of his mask. The standing there to salute Marine One is helicopter as it left and even how he turned to walk back into the White House has cameras clicked away. When, by the way he was not wearing a mask is others were standing by. It was really all very dramatic, made for TV moment to send a message to the American people that you know like him. They could beat this. Upon his return to the White House. Yesterday, the president recorded a video message where he urged Americans not to be afraid of covert 19. Some doctors and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have criticized the president's words and his decision to remove his mask. Amid the pandemic trumps, doctors say the president remains contagious for another week. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says she's tested positive for the virus. Spokesman Judd Deere says the White House is taking precautions to protect staff working in the building consistent with CDC guidelines.

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Miami - Deadly Davenport shooting not 'stand your ground,' says sheriff

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Miami - Deadly Davenport shooting not 'stand your ground,' says sheriff

"Shooting is outside the bounds of stand your ground, says Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd. Guys, 5 FT. Five. He's £125. He's bazaar. And out of his mind and rambling.

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Trump to visit Kenosha Tuesday, potentially stoking tensions

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Trump to visit Kenosha Tuesday, potentially stoking tensions

"President Donald Trump will travel to Kenosha Wisconsin Tuesday amid fury over the police shooting of Jacob lake in the back which left a twenty nine year old black man paralyzed White House spokesman Judd Deere told reporters aboard Air Force One Saturday that president trump will be meeting with law enforcement officers and surveying some of the damage from recent protests that turned destructive trump has been running his reelection campaign on a law and order mantle denouncing protesters as thugs while voicing his support for police democratic opponent Joe Biden has accused president trump of rooting for violence amid unrest in Wisconsin I'm showing up where

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Trump to visit Kenosha Tuesday, potentially stoking tensions

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Trump to visit Kenosha Tuesday, potentially stoking tensions

"President Donald Trump will travel to Kenosha Wisconsin Tuesday amid fury over the police shooting of Jacob lake in the back which left a twenty nine year old black man paralyzed White House spokesman Judd Deere told reporters aboard Air Force One Saturday that president trump will be meeting with law enforcement officers and surveying some of the damage from recent protests that turned destructive trump has been running his reelection campaign on a law and order mantle denouncing protesters as thugs while voicing his support for police democratic opponent Joe Biden has accused president trump of rooting for violence amid unrest in Wisconsin I'm showing up where

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Trump to visit younger brother hospitalized in New York

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

Trump to visit younger brother hospitalized in New York

"Has been hospitalized in New York. While the White House did not immediately released details about why Robert Trump is in the hospital. A spokesman did say that he was seriously ill. Judd Deere adds that the president is expected to visit his 72 year old brother at the Manhattan hospital Today, Trump was already scheduled to head to his property in bed. Mr New Jersey Robert Trump recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Trump family seeking to stop publication of a Tell All book by the president's niece, Mary, titled Too much and never enough. Shelly Adler, Washington, the city of Minneapolis projects, about 100

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Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features

All Things Considered

04:32 min | 11 months ago

Advocates For Deaf And Blind Laud Netflix's New Playback Features

"Netflix recently announced it's rolling out a new feature that allows some viewers to stream their favorite shows or films, slower, half speed, say or faster. The feature, which is currently on Ly, available to Android users, adjust voice pitch to make the faster slowed down speed. Sound natural. The idea to criticism from directors like Judd Apatow, who said last fall that platform should leave content as it wass quote intended to be seen. Advocates for the deaf and blind are lauding the new feature, saying It's a win for people who rely on playback options so they can also enjoy the cinematic experience. One of those advocates as ever it bacon. He's a board member of with the National Federation of the Blind, and he joins us from Salt Lake City, Utah. Hello. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. So for those who who dont know for someone who is blind, How do you watch films or TV shows? So we watch films just like anybody else on Ly. We have what's called audio description. Our audio description narration that's going on while the programming is being viewed. And so basically when there is no dialogue between the actors, a narrator comes on and describes what's happening in the scene and what's happening in the the show. So we have an understanding so like they might describe The set What's happening around us? They might give us some gender information or race information about characters, just overall things that help us. Understand and comprehend what the creators were trying Tio portray to the general public. And so how does this new playback feature assist with the viewing experience? Well, blind individuals. Many of us use a screen reading technology on our computers and our phones. And we have learned and adapted over time to speed that up on a regular basis. We've also been listening to audio books for years as a member of the National Federation of the Blind. I've been listening to audio books from the library for the blind for many years, and we've always been able to speed up that process because we're listening all the time and in our our ears that kind of trained over time to listen at a quicker speed and so allowing us to do the same thing on on on a show. Like a documentary or some type of other content. It really helps the whole lot. When when you're trying Tio consume such great content in mass quantity. And why is it so important? You mentioned that you've been doing this in other platforms. Why's it so important on a streaming platform like Netflix? Well, I think it's very important because I'm going to watched a lot of content just like anybody else. And honestly, I've been listening to so many things all of my life that when I listen at regular speed, sometimes it can sound a little slower than it that it should. And And so I might. My years kind of wanted a little bit more faster as a blind individual. Because that's what I've been used to listening to my computer, listening to my phone listening to audio books, so it's only a natural process that I would want the speed to be a bit faster on the streaming content that I'm viewing on Netflix or other platforms. You know, as I mentioned earlier, there are directors actors who have pushed back saying This playback option distorts their art and the way it was intended to be consumed. How would you respond to them? Well, I would say to to someone like Director Judd Apatow, who is a person who I love the the programs that he's put together, and I've watched several of his films, There is so much information that they have put out in their content. That audio description allows me as a blind individual to comprehend and observe on DH two Having that speed feature. It just allows me to do better understand and better comprehend what they were trying to portray in their creation. I love a lot of Judd Apatow's work and I think if he understood me is a blind individual and how I consume content, he would be applaud this new feature by Netflix

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"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Any day. They're trying to like get to Andy as they're nervous as he's seems to be stalking them, and then at the end you realize that Andy, claiming to be Mick Jagger's illegitimate. The basic premise. But then in different moments would cut the rolling stones at concerts, and and in their hotel room performing. And we to, pitch. To the rolling style, my God, so if you can imagine being bad like in Toronto a room with the whole band. Our my God what was that like well, I told to pitch it and I said I'll just jump in with the jokes, but you pitch. Start jumping with with. The jokes. I cut so scared of the band that I did not speak. Out It was like what was. Said nothing. Oh my God well. Yeah, I can imagine that they're all sitting there. There there at your. You had their attention. Tap Their attention. Then you don't want Keith Richards looking at you for half hour straits. Oh, I, but then was amazing I mean then had just courage alive didn't throw him at all. He was fantastic. And I remember, he said you know I want to shoot a kind of like shaky hand held. You know rough. GimMe Shelter Keith. Richards goes all right, but this time. Let's do it without the murder. It trying to be funny or Johnny. Really funny but dark says browse like this. Joe Me. Afterwards you leave the room? And we're outside the door and then has his ear up against the door. He wants to listen to their debate whether or not to make the movie and I'm like. They catch you. Keith Richards will kill. You can't like eavesdrop here and then. We went downstairs. It was at A. High School in Toronto. And we go downstairs and they say you want to watch them rehearse. They were hurting for tour. And then Ron Wood comes down just gives us a thumbs up. And, then they come down and just watch them rehearse for like two three hours, and they performed only for us. There's no one there. It's being banned eight feet from the band watching them. Judd before you. Do you remember when we we had that experience on? How Fun with fleetwood Mac do you remember this? Yes, that was able to that was incredible. What? What was that movie was for well, they were doing. They were on the Sony Lot, just practicing for a tour. A yeah and I think we all just. Way To be allowed to watch them run a show, and if that's what it felt like a felt private concert that they were just saying there's eight people there. The people pulled a couple of. Chairs and couches, and then they just did it at full force. Yeah! That was that was a great one. I've. I've so enjoyed getting to work with you over the years I so value the your creativity and what you've done. I just really happy. I got to do this with you so great. I'm glad I love the show glad I got to be a part of it I'm. Glad I took a caffeine pill and I feel like I was on my game. I'M NOT GONNA LIE TO YOU I. I gave you everything I had. I could talk to you for so long and you've you've just done too much. That I'm curious about, but Hopefully.

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"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"You know. How do You afford that you implying you must not pay them very. Well well, how does that work right? Away. He said. I actually pay them ridiculously well, make a point of really overpaying them, and I'll tell you. Why do because people come to Hollywood? And usually they get treated like shit when they get here. People really abuse them and then for the rest of their life. They're Kinda better and they. They're allowed to now of everyone below the so by treating them with so well the second they get here, I feel like I might change the entire way. They treat everyone the rest of their their lot. Yeah, yeah, and the cumulative effect I thought. Who? Thinks like that. You can have that notion. Is Such a beautiful appropriate way to think yeah, and of course I never did. But it was quite a lesson had followed it. Yes, true and it probably would have profound if enough people because there aren't that many people at the levers you know if enough of them behave that way, it would probably radically alter. The entire industry, and also his encouragement of me I mean I always talk about channeling. David militants. Some key moments was encouraging so after I did funny people. which you know I. I love the movie, but it certainly was a dark movie. Yeah! and. I was trying to decide how I. Felt about it. And he he just was very positive. Really praised me, and he said hey no. Like you move me, you know many times during this movie. You really touched me. And I know what you're trying to do and keep going. Keep going in that direction Don't retreat this. You're on the path. Go in that direction, and that's why I did. This is forty I mean he hearing him state. Yeah, yeah, that Kinda validation, and realizing that that's my job with other people. I got an email from you to this day is one of the nicest things anyone said about. It was after you had seen I think Herbie Herbie fully loaded. The last great. Yeah, but I was happy to do it and have that job, but the last thing I thought. Was that it would? It would lead to an email from somebody like you and it was again. I mean that that you do know. I was GONNA. Say you have no idea how encouraging. That isn't how far that goes, but you do. It seems like which is probably well. We all work so hard and it's so meaningful when people pay. What you do, notice strong work, and anytime anyone succeeds. I wish try to reach out to people just call. Man that I mean I. Remember seeing that movie and going. So funny. Movies that you see you, just go like I know it's like it's Herbie, but man. The executed all sorts of stuff like no better than you would expect a yeah, but it is genuinely really strong things in it I. Remember freaky Friday was like that yeah yeah yeah. Waters ethnic. And it was just like. Wow, they really completely pulled. pull off I was really. Drawn Fund and I. Don't think people realize how hard how hard it can be. Yeah, yeah, kind of movies so hard to make work every genre you know. We always respect the movies that are like depressing heavier like oh! Yeah, they're. They're really going forward. But but but even just comedy and lighter. Touch, touch right, no miracle if anything works well, of course, that's why I love your movie. I mean like you do that better than anyone. I. What is what is the? What is the next challenge for you? You've made a lot of documentaries now. That are really profound. I would say the brothers, one and Garry shandling one. What do you want to do next? What is the next challenge? I usually don't think about it in that way i. just wait for something that. We're the being obsessed over. Right directed a movie and five years I i. had one or two things fall apart, but it. It took me a while to find subject matter that I felt like was a worry of investigating obsessed. Over and dug into some areas, I felt like I had. Done yet. Because I I did WANNA make a movie about sacrifice movies about? Firemen nurses and the risks, people are willing to take help. Other people and right. I wanted the movie to come out now and not wait a year for its being theaters because I thought. This relates to what we're all going through world traumatize. We were all grieving. That's what pedes character story is about is how he deals with the loss of his dad. And you know it's a comedy it about how we process traumatic events in our lives, and so I thought you wanted to be out. There ended is attributed to first responders, so I tried to be a little less obsess with box office, and all that, because even the movies that no one went to see in a theater. Ten years later. People call me and. I was so walk hard for the third time. Yeah and you realize. Oh, everyone catches. Up with it. I'm happy it's. It's going to be avail- well, cable is a good example of that I mean cable guy was considered a hit at the time, and it's one of the most. Beloved. Comedies now I think. So so. A lot of the work that you're doing a lot of comedies you make, are you? You have a producer role on it. is it like well like walk card? Is it challenging judd to give the reins over to somebody else to give leeway to filmmakers especially when you maybe disagree creatively, how how do you I mean most of the time it works out I think those people are way better at what they're than I am, so we're doing walk hard. Which is Jake Chasms idea? And I wrote it with Jake Jake's just such an amazing director, and it was written for him to direct, but also the entire time does making it. I thought I'm not capable of doing all the things he's doing. Right now I mean here's a real mastery of cinema that I many steps behind trying to catch up, but I'm not quite there yet, and I felt that way when we did Superman. Through my my hat in the ring on super bad because I thought this needs almost like a scorsese like energy to not just be a bad highschool movie it needs. It needs a higher level of cinema whose work in Greg. MOTTOLA seemed like he would do such a better. Off than me and he did. Everything I dreams that he would do and his his work. With Seth and Evan on the revisions was really remarkable and human, and that's part of my job is to know when I will ruin. And what about now? Where do you think comedy is headed? I know this is a pretty open ended question. Are you concerned that the social media culture for example is is making comedy too obvious will comedic nuance get lost with the shorter attention spans. Are you ever afraid of that I have multiple minds on it. You know sometimes was great comedy that comes out that I never see or I find no interest in and I, think getting old because I'm not. To this thing that people love right. Force myself to watch and going. I gotta get it, but. Now. Or is that fine and is not about me getting older? It's just whatever that's not the kind of thing that I liked so I will have those moments idea. Is it over? And then other times I think no. I like a certain type of. Comedy for the most part I mean I love riding super silly. Walk hard. Type of stuff. Yeah, but I I'm still trying to make a movie in the model of the movies. That meant a lot to me like diner in terms of endearment..

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"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Was in the movie all this stuff can eat that sandwich yeah. Who's better Sinatra Mathis. End for some reason as a little kid had stuck with me, we make up stuff. On. The writers Hafetz they love it i. just thought so credible because I think. It was because it was on my favorite movies of all time. And the first thing I ever did where they were scripts was I wrote on three Tom Arnold specials. They were called the naked truth. It would be like Tom Arnold is going to solve the environment. There's Tom Arnold is going to solve this problem, and it's like get a reality based comedy sequences. Little into minute sketches. We did one with Frank Zappa. We did one with a Martin Mall. Sandra Bernard did one. All these amazing people that Roseanne knew would would do these. Wherever they airing, Jed. Where would something like that on HBO? We did one with Chris Farley where Chris Farley Been Doing Jackie. Thomas show with Tom. It was a seagulls where he was going to teach Chris how to meet women, and he has like an earpiece at the mall. It was Chris Walking up to strangers like sitting on them. And I just remember that Krista thing. That was so funny. He sees like two pretty girls, and it's all real There's no actors and. He's walking with yogurt. And when he gets like eight feet in front of them, he just trips on purpose and lands like we're his. Chest lands on top of I. Guess Full Yogurt then jumps. Hey, how's IT gun? At your pretty. We wouldn't ref. Thought. Or anything else funny. We just thought I. Guess you get a bunch of stuff? And then when I worked as stiller, Ben would reflect crazy are bad. Yeah, and I just any sketch we did then we just keep going. I didn't even know what Improv was. I just knew then keeps going. I don't ain't. No one explained like second city in the Herald Rhino. Just ben has a lot of things he wants to try a and then when we did. The Cable Guy Van was director. I watched him. Guide Jim through. HOW INTERESTING! What was it like watching Ben to wreck? Jim, Carey, I got I would love to have been a fly on the wall for that. It was like a an incredible moment because you know Jim to each venture. Yeah, yeah, and he did the mask right, and then he did, or maybe as you're dumb and dumber, the mass one after another, who right so he has, they're all the biggest movies ever. Yeah all amazing. And then he wanted to do something different. He definitely want to say to the world I want to show some other who moves other attitudes. I want to do something darker, so he was excited to do a really strange movie, which was kind of making fun of movies like hand that rocks the cradle. Another movie we loved it was called unlawful and. There was a railroad and you know it's the new guy in town that you think is your friend and then slowly realize he's trying to destroy you there. You know there's a lot of those kind of movies then and. The cinematographer of unlawful entry brick was at prison was a does Robert Els Witte. who who? We are net for cable guy I'll wow. We didn't hire him. And then he did cookie nights, and and and he did king of Staten Island. Yeah Oh! You, know Ben I I didn't know how to do any of this. I was watching Ben but work with Jim at the time. I was writing Larry Sanders show right. They brought you in as it to do rights on it. That's what I read. I was doing revisions I was the producer of the movie and you know it's always just peak, Jim. On fire so funny Ben so passionate about it and we laughed so hard everyday onset. rightous laughter, and then the movie we put it together and put the score on it. It was just way scarier than we realize understand. Cracking oh my. We see it in the crowd is like you know we're getting utilized. They're also kind of terrified like. Really think Jim is GonNa Murder, Matthew hitting well that character negativity has to kind of turn dark I think. Jim was doing something that we almost didn't quite understand when we shot. Just, he was so committed he and so vulnerable yet as an actor that there was real sadness. Yes, they were real neediness, and that's why I think twenty four years. Yeah, movie came out. People Still Watch it and holds up. Because it's not just light like there's real emotion. There's really it's about. I mean God that whole speech at the end about his by the Internet. It's about what's going to happen to the world with the explosion of the Internet, and and its about. Yeah, because you're literally predicts everything. Yes, I mean he's like one day we will combine our television and computer. And you'll be able to A. Friend and Yes yes yeah, it's just so good and I've always been so curious about it. you can see Matthew Broderick laughing and a lot of those. A lot of Teams coverage I remember about you. You have these long scenes or Jimmy just ride and spades and going. Steve! And he would just like and these long rants. There were so troubling. Yeah, you know about setting hookers and. Stuff like that. Yeah, they managed. To me, he's like. I can't think of a new way to react to this. Match Your Broderick so good I? Mean that's not easy to do. Yeah that's seen specifically. It's one of the greatest scenes I think. In any comedy when they're having eggs, it's. Once you don't. Get Cold. Get Out of my house. It's so it's just the best That he tried the hooker out to make sure, she was good for him, and then assuring that.

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"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Lustrous veered have like A. You know a presidential beard from the late eighteen young right. It's very Garfield. Yes I had to decide you know right when this began the pandemic. If I was GONNA fall apart. Or if I was going to get healthy, and what I decided was to get healthy while looking like I'm falling. Oh, that's good, so you people I surprised as I've lost. Twelve pounds can't tell because the beard so big face still feeling. Yeah. It's good though. I heard you recently talking about the choice of whether or not to die your own hair, your hair, and how men at a certain age I am going to sound sexist, but it more shocking to me when men choose to do it, it's more obvious for some reason. Well, here's the thing it rarely looks right. Yes, so what I see friends I'm always like looking at their hair I. know a lot of actors in like that's. That's the bad way. That's like it goes this weird tent. Allowed to because you know, you'll see. Tom Hanks sometimes gray hair, yeah! Yeah and then you see three months later. It's like Tom Hanks from nineteen eighty three. Yes, he looks fantastic. He has permission to do you see? From the Chili peppers every time he can look different, but when you're just a schmuck like me, if I go diet, not as an actor, it's like what the fuck is Joe doing well. Why does the judge think anyone cares how he looked? So then it amplifies your vanity. Yeah then I think you know. What should I, do now my family. They're all just A. Could you please die your hair? Because we feel like you live, we live with an old math. We don't want to live with an old man. You don't WanNa. Live in Santa, Claus. Only fifty two, you could say. I went prematurely gray I. Don't know what the year is that you would say it's premature. What would it be very close? Well! What year fifty? Maybe I don't know. What's interesting now that I'm looking at, you haven't seen so long, but your face looks relatively the same as I recall. You Look Young your face. Your hair is now white, white grey like a light gray. It makes you look younger, you know. My wife has a friend in G. Forces, her husband to dye his hair. Until my wife, why don't you do it and and I just think I look crazy. Yeah, but the thing I was talking about which was making me laugh, which is true, which is I bumped into John. LOVETT's at a New Year's party. and. He looks fantastic and I. Look Great and he says. It's. It's controlled g year you wash your hand. It makes a little doctor. You want talk. You just wash it again when you like it. Just sound using it. So. I got it I. Did it way too much like Coleman? A. Another time it kind of looked pretty good. It just made my hair a little bit dark. But wouldn't do is near the top of my head. A little darker would go black, so I almost had like a spots. I don't want to worry how di- job is looking I know three women is a lot of talk of dying eyebrow. Yes, it's constantly millions. And it's all about like did job come out good or bad? Yes, let's do a movie. They want to change your heroes. Read our on this one and blonder and this one, and it's just A. It's really important, but it's stressful because it's it's your head. Yeah I rather just say you know what? Happy happy if my head just looks terrible it. except a bad looking for another way of looking at it is, it just looks natural, which to me looks so much better, and and that way you look, and you look a lot less vain. I mean you see somebody like people were thinking about now and don't want to name and they just look to me. The first thing I see is oh. They're vain. They care way too much and I'm talking about people who are in there well into their seventies and eighties. I guess I just got back from Florida. Could you think you're fooling? Doesn't match your hair he's. Black hair and you're barely able to move. On some level, I'm bummed about it. Because I. I really went gray over the last four years or five years, when fully yeah, and I was laughing of Pete Davidson the other day. I was sending him these videos of me on the CBS Sunday morning show. So I sent him the one from me it's two thousand and nine. And then I did another one nine years later. And, I am a completely different person yeah? I, the first one I looked twenty seven. Yeah, I can't think I'm like forty, three or something but I look. Fantastic and I'm gentle and soft and kind. And I'm talking about how I can't really do standup that well, because I'm not really that a and then that you cut nine years later, and the piece is about returning to stand up and I'm serious, yeah? I looked terrible and old someone who says. I'm really funny. You really funny, but I'm like. And Weird. Beat were laughing at just how the whole thing fell apart. It fell apart but it, but it's funny that lead to good comedy. Let's content for you again. Do me getting more neurotic in the rage. It couldn't find twenty three when I wanted to be a committee. Right? That's interesting. Do you think you need a certain amount of anger? A certain amount of rage to be a successful comedian? Will certainly you need a lot of passion It was anger and I. Think for most people there is an anger or a sense of. Justice like the world is fucked. Trying to figure out what's wrong with this year's the Shit I have to deal with. That's a great majority of comedy is. Can you believe? What is going on, but then there are people who are just so creative, and and they don't have any of that. You know a and they're still funny I mean. But I guess underneath and. People are trying to I think if you're trying to figure something out. That's bothering them or they're trying to learn about themselves with great energy yet. It's not all anger. You mentioned Pete Davidson I just finished a movie I loved it so much Judd I love Thank you, it's. It's really beautiful and. Bill Burr I've never seen bill really can connect the way he does in movie. How much of it is the way you make movies improvised..

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"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"In the early two thousands early ought to say what you say ought in the odds early August I was on my way to win A. Don't say that. Ati and I couldn't find my little audition sheet and the security gate was like. FREAKS and Geeks it's just stage four and I said No. It's not freaks and Geeks I'm looking for the thing and he's waiting can't find him like it's. Trying to remember it some movie and he goes. Pre existing aches right? He like insisted that it was the gigs and I couldn't find my sheets and finally I was like. YEAH FREQUENCIES DOT COM. Okay, it's this way for sure that he thought that. You're auditioning for a freak or I'm guessing a geek. I'm sure yeah, but the free were cool, but the freaks on that show kind of Geeky to or. James Franco was yeah. She's Eagle Yeah I guess I could have been free all right, that's. Thanks. Apple. Have free. Could be dream life good be injury blue. You're listening to lie for short I'm your mostly Geeky a little freaky host Justin Long. Sweetheart to. Do. Always is. Your freaky. Would you said you about me yeah? Geeky Iraqi but. Would you rather be called a geek or a freak? That's the question. I'd rather be called a freak. I think pre you would. Nine freak exactly. Yeah, there's there's. Of. Spectrum of freakiness is much bigger than Geek. Geek nece I know, but I keep them I think that word when I think of freak I think if like I mean. Meryl's Manson Tod. Browning's freaks famous cult movie. Oh Yeah, nine hundred twenty s about people with to form these. Cool. No, it's probably been canceled. Rushing to talk about it anyway. Well. Why are we talking about freaks? And Geeks, and I never auditioned for it I was always I love that show, that's odd. Yeah, was it before? You're old enough. Well. It only lasted famously last year and so I, don't know I. Don't know why I didn't and having seen it now that we're in that. Reports I don't know I'm I'M GONNA? Go out on a limb here and guess why you. Didn't I. I guess I. Do too I think. John Maybe thought I was too. I'm can't believe I'm saying this. But I think shod may be judge thought maybe I was too attracted to a that's exactly what I was GONNA say. Yeah, I mean and not. Interesting, enough, yeah. Because the guys who played the. That's insulting. FREAKY ENOUGH TO BE A free yeah! I think judd has always thought of me as being like a like. When I've done little parts in his movies, they've always been kind of better looking people I would say yes think. Why are we talking about appetite? Well I'll tell you why quite simply. Judd is our guest. We're very lucky to have jet. Appetite is our guest today. That is exciting. It's cool he's. Like the Godfather one of the godfathers I would say he's on the Mount Rushmore Comedy Not Godfather's Mafia wise comedy, all time or comedy, now of the last twenty years. Thirty Years Oh my God. When you say that I would, I would go farther to the mat and say he's the guy. He's the most important person comedy in the last twenty years incredible. Yeah, I mean there are other people who you can make the case for like you know Ben. Stiller Larry David. But I would say. Only, because he. In terms of his vast nece in his career, his reach and he's he's had his hand in so many. Even things don't necessarily you don't immediately associate with Judd. He's probably had something everything every every lake. Everything good movie every funny show. He's involved. Yeah, and he's got a new movie coming out this tout now called King of Staten Island Ducking of Stanton Island with Pete Davidson and our buddy former guest bill burr is so good in. It's so's mercer till May, and a a an actress Bell Paulie British actress couldn't believe she was British when I saw this movie. She's planning to go from staten. Island felt Howley yeah. What what does that make you think of Bell Bells Balls? Strange right. Probably so. Yeah, she's incredible. She's this I looked I'd never seen her and I thought. Who is this when you? When you find a performance that just really jumps out and. Took to come well. Once you see it, you'll be. I do want to see it. It's out. kind of everywhere on all the plot all the platforms. I'm people watch things now every. is on Amazon. Amazon everything! All the things you can find it, yeah. Theaters are parents can't find. Nothing's in theaters now. In everyone's home now, nobody's in theaters king of Staten Island. Theaters have become overrun now with mice and vermin. My Bet some of them. Have you don't think there are sending people into clean still I don't know. Our. Topic, but judd is I've seen so many jobs movies in theaters. I've been in a lot of Judd's movies, but in little parts you know like I'd I'd a little tiny part in in funny people and. Judd would always do a thing on his movies where he would have like a dvd where he'd have a bunch of actors common do little bits for knowing he would just GonNa. Use them on the DVD for like outtakes refund things which I think is really I always loved participating. And then we watched the other night. We watched walk.

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"judd" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Wait jet black. I like Paul Manafort. I literally Y. Am I taking fashion advice from Jon? Lovitz I'd always embraced like I am not cool. I cannot like I'm thirteen years old. I don't like you know. Sometimes people e pick up a look like suddenly like Wes Anderson looks like Tom Wolfe or something and it works and then you have friends like Puffy figues suddenly as wearing three piece suits in a top hat and I'm always like what would that be what would become Eurotrash or what. What is my look and give up like nope. It's eighth grade at Sei asset high school. That's all it is. I can't be cool I. It's not going to happen. And just always amazed that people like Jeff Goldblum who? He'll just decided that he's going to dress. Like a crooner in the nineteen twenties and wear glasses that were made in Germany in eighteen fifty. And do it and it's all like of course yes. Harare Jeff Governmental Works. He pulls it off. We can't do that. No and it and it sucks though that if we did it would look so crazy like I have friends who are actors. They'll have completely gray hair and then I'll see like a month later and they've just like black hair and then the next year they've like red here and no one blinks. I guess I'm I'm a chameleon I can change. I can be anything and I'm like I'm slowly turning into Santa Claus but if I if I suddenly went black hair I look nuts like I look completely crazy so I have to like except my decay. I can't be like Dick Clark like with black hair at eighty five years old right and it's I I'm kind of fascinated with what would happen if I had A. Let's say a two month. Hey it s for my show for whatever reason and I went and got a lot of stuff done to my face. Would people say stuff to me? That's a tough thing. I don't know that you would say that people don't say it's assignment cal. America's got talent. You know. He did that again. His face is completely different. And it's not like a contestants like you don't like what I did. Face.

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"judd" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"Flies to three hundred cities that's three hundred cities where people sing in the car poorly hundred cities where where people miss someone in one of the two hundred ninety nine cities in Delta. Isn't flying those three hundred cities merely to bring us together but to show us. We're not that far apart heart in the first place Delta. Keep climbing from the editorial team at Lincoln. I'm Jessi Hempel and this is hello Monday. A show about the changing nature feature of work and how that work is changing us this week. I'm sharing another of my favorite episodes of this is working. It's a show hosted by Lincoln's editor. Friendship Dan Rock Dan. As you probably know of actually known each other for much of our careers. We worked at fortune together more than a decade ago Eh. Dan's really great at getting what matters in a conversation. You'll probably hear it right away a couple of years ago. Dan Sat down for a chat with Judd. Appetite and interview became the very first episode of the podcast in their conversation. They touch on everything from how judd got his incredibly early start to mentoring. The next generation of talent want judd has a lot to say about how to make yourself indispensable in the room that you're in and he's also got this really insightful thing to say about feedback you know it can really hurt a creative process and sometimes the thing you have to do is just ignore it. You have to believe in.

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"judd" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"judd" Discussed on RunPod

"Backgrounds and running ability? But they'll have one common factor. Running is their passion so today my guess is someone who was actually they signed by Simon Cowell. After an appearance on Britain's got talent she was part of classical bound scholar and two thousand eight. They went on the reality show and Simon to canoe tips. She also got noticed by flies drummer Harry and well no a number of years old. They are married with two gorgeous children. Please welcome to run poured more importantly fortunately a runner. Hi thank you so do you know you've done so so much I was like my goodness I completely forgot all all of a skeleton. I met you when you were in a scholar. Yeah we used to find each other on this circuit the cooprate gigs It I mean it feels like lifetime ago now when I think about looking back to a scholar and my violin bike it's since become a mom and and my career is kind of taken a different path. It just yeah it feels like like lifetimes gone gone past and sometimes when you do you think my goodness I never would have predicted where things would have gone as as well. Yeah and I mean. I was classically. Trained narrow was kind of standing in a mini black dress playing live and let die on electric violin off have to use of like classical music education but it was great you know because it was bringing to a younger audience classical music and make it fun and accessible. You have no no you see I. I always think of you know more Dona Path where parenting as discussion on also quite often. Mindfulness yeah I mean I think we found ourselves salves in this era of social media. And we're kind of all learning through it and I started off Asli on social media and people probably league interested purely because I was Harry's girlfriend probably at the time starts to got a bit but following and then after we got married we of C start it turns for family and it didn't quite happen and so we ended up having facility treatment and IVF. And I spoke openly about what we went through and we suffered but a miscarriage. Can you feel very thrill of actually. Yeah it was amazing. How quickly once? He started talking the amount of people that just opened up sent me messages. And then since then I've gone on to have Lowering Kit so now. My next project is mindfulness. So I've written a book called mindfulness. Mums which will be out in January. So I mean 'cause you are so busy and I knew the that this is kind of your job Hoji fit time in for you. I mean is that where the running comes in is not your meantime. Yes so the irony of writing a book coupons furnace for MOMS is that I am learning as I go the I need this as I need to create and find that space to be able to be the mom that I am. I guess who striving to be right Where we still feel like we've not lost connection with ourselves but we're still able to be present with our children? Enjoy the time spending their children. Yeah I was thinking on the way here. Actually there's kind of five things that without I'm I start to lose my balance an if if any of those kind of out of sync I feel it mentally and and and that is kind of the reason that I I feel so I strongly about making sure that I'm looking at all those areas of my life. Isn't that unfair. The moms who mums permit. Go through guilt that they're not during something right. They'd feel guilty leaving their children. You know with someone with third other half or wherever so they could go and do exercise because almost they phil. That's not really a priority. Yeah and and that were priority is something that takes our mind all the time and you know we. We are constantly trying to fill everybody else's cups and we can't quite kind of get a grip of this kind of feeling guilt for putting too much into that cup of time with my my friends time with exercise or time for work or time for family and like the other night. It was six thirty so I had done teatime. I- dumbass time and that was that half an hour before bed and is like and Harry was at home and and I said I'm going to go for a run just twenty minutes whilst you read the story snow. Be Back to the kids to bed but I needed to just get out I have been in Oday. That have been Came up in Puli and I just needed the fresh edge since to clear my head and I remember thinking the energy the energy but once I'm out once some running once the music zone on what's the feeling and it was actually raining a little bit but it was refreshing and I. It was exactly what I needed at that moment but I think I think now the thing with mindfulness and mums and I think we feel. It's another thing on our list of what we should be doing to sort of find that perfect Why should be running? Hush be exciting. I should be doing this I should. There's a lot of shirts and for me oversee when you're running when you're exercising you are really present you at such a mindful thing to be doing because your focus is on what you're doing in that it's not a good thing I think so. Yeah definitely an an. I often find that. Because there's so many exterior distractions you know whether that saw feigns emails. The people wanting our attentional time. When you're running nobody can have that attention? I have genuinely never seen a runner trying to kneel email at the same time I've seen runners take two's note seen runners try in email at the same time so that that would be a first. Yeah and and I think as well then talk about you but some of my ideas come to me when I'm running. Do you ever remember them the. Id Yeah uh-huh yeah. I kind of quick bursts. Isn't it funny. I when you do run you become more creative than ever wonder. Why is it for you definitely fail a release of endorphins? And even you know that day when it's not the best one I've stopped Timing my runs. I've stopped kind of Putting on really intense music. I've tried to change my process of what my ron run is. Because it was starting to feel I was being competitive with myself and actually the purpose of it is just to get out. Get moving and fresher time for myself so my goes shifted for me personally And I was feeling like I wasn't enjoying the run so much because Oh haven't quite hit. I thought that point and and that's not what it's about and so I started to enjoy it more when I just had that freedom of Cam just going to run and I might run in you know twenty minutes from now I might just do fifty minutes whatever it might be But every single time not release of of endorphins and definitely it. Just you just feel Kirit. You just feel better for it you too often. Do you go running so it really varies. I try to run a couple of times. A week Sometimes I do want to be on the treadmill in the gym I'm just kind of an interval training within the run So kind of do yeah Planks in in the middle or whatever it might be and then get back on the run. The huskies and do it more as a kind of intense t training. So you're motivated to do this. All as well. I I like ashort burst getting get it done. Get out because often. I don't have that much time. So I like something like that. where it's just like a half an hour blitz and and I feel ready to go I'm not very good at kind of long drawn out. Yeah Jim Sessions. But I've I've never been typically tickly sporty at always try and get out sports at school. Did you go yeah. I just yet and Sports Day was my worst nights at school. They're relying riot. We're going to go and and do some running this. Yeah just fill me with horror. I used to hate what they used to meet you. Where at school do sports at cruelty pants? I just terrible never wear pants to thought it was a great idea which isn't a Miami. Like green with a red stripe down the side by a white white straight. They obviously all bad ideas together. So then. When did you start running? How does that happen if you don't like his school? Yup Point I go she gonNa try it so what happened was when we stopped for family we started to struggle. I did sort of immediately go into medical intervention. I had polycystic ovaries after about six months where it was really bringing me down and the medication I was on left left me feeling very bloated very lethargic? I gained weight. I just felt really uncomfortable in my skin and lost loads of confidence. Didn't want to be around around. People Harry would go to events on his own. It was just. I was probably looking back quite depressed and it was after a negative pregnancy. He test Another one that I kind of Harry got down on his knees and was like look. You know worst case scenario. It's you and me and I have. I've told told this story quite a few times but the reason being was that all my focus was on getting pregnant and I was I write something that's GonNa Change and so with that came running running and being outside being in nature and I just felt better mentally and actually was probably in the best the place physically and mentally. I've been in a long time. said that's kind of where my love for running began see. That's interesting that you you started in that way. There's a lot of people that start for different reasons especially health related reasons whether it's trying to improve their outlook on life and to get out the house you know I was I was really. We know very down and I've and you know I've always had anxiety And sometimes you know when I run if if I push it too much does push my adrenaline. It can then t to me on that those sort of anxious feelings so it's finding that balance for me with running. So is there ever an occasion. When you're doing mindfulness and you can use that within your run to take your mind off how irritatedly painful is like coghill or something at breathing so we hold our breath so much and actually typically if you read an email or look at your family to message she will hold your breath no really yet so so if no yeah so once I need to try them? Yeah and so yeah. I guess when you're being mindful with running kids thinking about you know you might be stressed about think of go to do this. Just imagine like your swiping up atop off your feign just letting it go even if the sensation of the feet running on the ground How your arms a feeling as you're running is it warm is it? Is it cold. You know any anything to just sort of. Bring yourself back because the noise of our life is so intense. I think now there's so much going on but when you're running it's just you and annual run and so I think it's brilliant time to sort of practice. The genius being year there will be listening on running right now and therefore nuder having listened to what you said. They'll be like okay. I'm GONNA do this. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA breathe. Can you can use the steps. You're running time your breath you know C- you kind of know. How many feet you're doing you know? Steps to breathe in and breathe out whatever it might be for your pace the easing the them. But that was how I focus on just running a normal loving my mind to switch off onto random things are particu contracting me..

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"judd" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"judd" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Shanley died in two thousand sixteen and judd started work on the documentary soon after he doesn't shy away from the darker moments of shan leans life including his acrimony a breakup with his longtime manager brad grey this isn't judd's first documentary he previously made an espn thirty for thirty called dock and darryl about the legendary baseball players for the new york mets he also directed the documentary may at last about the north carolina musicians the evite brothers judd says he's keen to make more documentaries i love it i have to say my biggest concern is i love it so much more than everything else i'm doing and i i have to figure out how how to to do more of it while being able to feed my children reach judd by skype at his office in los angeles i started by asking what garry shandling meant to his career he meant everything to my career i i met him when i was sixteen years old i interviewed him for my high school radio station he had just hosted the tonight show for the first time and i had created an interview show back in nineteen eighty three eighty four where i interviewed comedians and i just did it because i wanted to be a comedian i was looking for a way to meet them i was looking for a way to get advice and it was a little bit of a scam and back then no one wanted to talk to comedians there were no podcasts there was no internet so you could get them to talk to you because their publicists always wanted to look like.

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"judd" Discussed on Story Time

Story Time

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"judd" Discussed on Story Time

"Are you ready to hear a story that's wonderful this one is by young boy that has an unusual neighbor the elephant upstairs written by jess judd there was something making noise from the apartment upstairs luke who ate notice them a few days ago luke nineteen apartment three oh five on the third floor theropods ment building i long this could remember it just been him his mom and he starred in their apartment but things have changed luke's mum had a baby allie which meant luke now had a baby sister he thought she was the cutest thing ever he knew that as an older brother it was his responsibility to look out for his baby sister but these noises we're becoming a problem they'd started one day when manali were having rest and luke watching cartoons on tv suddenly there was a loud thump thump thump luke jumped off the couch alley started crying luke run into the misery is his mum came in your ning she looked so tired her brown hair was a mess like she'd been tossing and turning in bed as she shuffled into the room in her fluffy pink elephants slippers she fumbled with sleepy fingers to tie the sash on her dressing gown oh my goodness i don't know what that noises but it makes it hard to sleep woke up pull rally his mom said she picked up the baby and tried to rock her to sleep thump thump thump came the noise again it's coming from stays it sounds like elephants moved in there said his mom yawning again the biggest yawn luke had ever seen.

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"judd" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"judd" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I would imagine too in your case by now people go yeah judd probably knows what he's doing we're going to not we're not gonna interfere 'cause when everything is cancelled and you failing to at least make people money right then they they're allowed to doubt all of your choices right so if you've ever if you have some heads they do they want to tell their boss well of course i listened to him he seems to know doing he's had some hits yeah we've had no heads people are like well why didn't you listen to judge he just moving that made no money right right right right right everyone just wants to not get fired but but this is a good conversation selfishly for me because i'm doing a lot of stuff right now that i really enjoy and i'm also more stressed than i think i've almost ever been in my life to the point where i'm sure i'm driving my wife crazy sure so is the stress to just the daily production work or is it like is high get the stress of i don't have the script right now i don't have an idea right now and that's a that's a different stress than i can't close the deal on the actor because they want to much right yeah yeah it's all that stuff it's it's just there's like nine different projects and they all require maintenance all the time no this didn't work out and that didn't work out and trying to get that performer for this thing their agents being weird and but we're friends why are they being weird that the best mandating with friends wanted to go shooting with friends agents because you because i have a couple of friends whose agents are not nice not great either they don't respond to they're just really mean and toxic and i wonder should i tell my friend but maybe that's not my place to do that but if i were represented that way i would want to know people like that though they like to have jack it's fine to have a it's fine to have an attack dog when it's called for but not as a first resort where you offer someone some of your agents like this is fucking insulting.

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"judd" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"judd" Discussed on What It Takes

"Reading about naomi judd's life can give you vertigo she's head more deep down low points than country song and more high points than the appalachian mountains where she was born along that rollercoaster of a journey of course she and her daughter why known no recorded fourteen number one hits as the judd's the when and china tell you characters is that we are not magical be news you're not born with your destiny stamped on your forehead big crawled over broken glass to get here in your how we did it we didn't want anything stand in our way for anybody dogleg can see every step the law move the lat na na i'm sure come from them godley name j and the special law naomi judd's guardian angels sing whispering demons on this episode of what it takes a podcast about passion vision and perseverance from the archives of the academy of achievement i'm wink data may discharged his gift it and i heard that enough that i started to believe if you have the opportunity not a perfect opportunity and you don't take it you might never have another chill it all was so clear it was just like the picture started to form itself was new we reach ally could prove prevail over the truth doubt nearest over light there through what life every day i wake up and decide today i'm going to love my life decide size is lower versus regular towards when they're gonna spill over and then along companies differential much berth for look for you don't plan for.

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