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Fresh "Judy" from Home Sweet Home Chicago
"Access their usual sources of mental health care. There's been a 50% increase in mental health visits. A 20 year old man who was shot in the head while on the Eisenhower Expressway, has died after the attack on the near West Side yesterday afternoon. It happened on the inbound I could Canal Street. According to state police, the victim's name or other and information has not been released yet by state police. No injuries reported from another shooting on the Eisenhower this morning, the second in less than 24 hours. As WGN TV is Judy Wang reports, shots were fired at an idot truck. The shooting happened at about 4 15 this morning. The idea vehicle was on the inbound side. Independence when it was hit at least three times. The driver was taken him outside the hospital to get checked out. The eastbound lanes were closed for several hours. Foreign investigation red flag warnings of an extreme wildfire risk are in place in southern California. Even as the region Santa Ana winds have eased up..
A Big Publishing Plot Twist: Penguin Random House to Buy Simon & Schuster for $2.2 Billion
"Biggest news to hit the publishing industry this year. Possibly several years happened last wednesday. And we're betting that you missed it after all. You were probably contemplating cooking a turkey for two and planning zoom thanksgiving dinners with relatives right so just in case here. It is again the parent company of penguin random house's buying simon and schuster for two billion dollars penguin random house or pr h has already america's largest book publisher according to the new york times. Should the acquisition go through and there are some caveats which will get to pr. H will be. The industry's first mega publisher. The times claims. Let's delve into this just a little bit as we've talked about here before simon and shuster is among the oldest of today's big five publishing houses and one of the most distinguished dick simon and schuster founded the company in nineteen twenty four. The partners first product was hardly a literary masterpiece. It was a book of crossword puzzles. And according to simon and schuster's corporate historian it was a runaway bestseller today. Almost one hundred years. After the lowly crossword puzzle got the entrepreneurial venture off the ground simon and schuster or s operates in a different stratosphere. Today it is america's third largest publisher over the years it's published scads of famous even legendary authors including ernest hemingway and f scott fitzgerald also political figures from both sides of the aisle including jimmy carter hillary clinton and donald trump and contemporary authors. Like bob woodward stephen king and anti prue as well as judy blume s prints and authors have won fifty seven pulitzer prizes and innumerable other literary awards including several caldecott medals one of the highest honors given to children's books the company now sells about two thousand titles annually all told s and s takes in close to nine hundred million dollars a year but early this year. Parent company viacom. Cbs decided to go all in on streaming video in sports looking to cut close to a billion dollars in operating expenses ceo. Bob bakish announced that s wasn't what he called a core asset hence the sale in march the rumored price for us and s was one point two billion dollars a bidding. Were hike the final price to two point. Two billion dollars among other contenders america's second largest publisher harpercollins also vivendi. A french company. That owns a stake in. American publisher has yet and rupert murdoch's news corp clearly penguin random house's parent german media giant bertelsmann was willing to pay top dollar for s and s one reason in addition to the competition between publishers for blockbuster bestsellers the big five face. A formidable rival in certain amazon and when it comes to fighting off amazon size matters since two thousand nine amazon has been a publisher. Not just the world's largest both retailer today. It has sixteen imprints that publish everything from thrillers. To romance novels it signs. Top selling authors like dean koontz patricia. Cornwell taking them and their millions of sales away from traditional publishers in two thousand seventeen amazon published more than twelve hundred titles according to the wall street journal if those numbers have grown in the last three years amazon could well already rival simon and schuster for the volume of new works. It's producing what makes amazon such a tough competitor is a book publisher of course is it status as a bookseller. Moreover it has a number of marketing weapons that traditional publishers. Do not such as the ability to easily promote low priced e books to millions of amazon prime members and kindle owners. The wall street journal reports that along with oodles of cash to lure away big name authors as the largest american publisher penguin. Random house has the clout and logistical network to compete successfully with amazon. The merged company would have annual revenues of three billion dollars according to book industry bible publishers. Weekly but we should note here. The acquisition faces obstacles worthy of an epic novel authors and agents represented by the authors guild. Say such a deal will make it even harder for new authors and so called mid list writers to get published meaning. If you haven't written a blockbuster or a solid backlist title your chances to get published and your earnings could shrink. Pr h says. Simon and schuster will remain editorially independent and both publishing houses say they remain devoted to readers and writers still publishers weekly reports that by blending s. npr h german-owned. Bertelsmann would own about one third of the us book market. That's the number that could trigger antitrust. Investigators to closely scrutinize the deal. According to the new york times but those market share numbers are in dispute in both directions. The authors guild which causes tie up says a combined. Pr h. s. would wind up publishing half of all trade books in the us. Meaning not textbooks penguin. Random house's leadership argues not true and says future market share would be less than twenty percent and that an antitrust investigation is unlikely what happens next will likely hinge on which of these numbers comes closest to reality
After Trump, Europe's Populist Leaders Will Have 'Lost One Of Their Cheerleaders'
"Trump on his way out of office. Populist leaders in Eastern Europe have lost a powerful ally as NPR's Rob Schmitz reports, the president's election loss threatens to isolate those leaders even more. On the day after the U. S election, millions of votes in key swing states were still being counted. And there wasn't a clear winner yet. But that didn't stop Yannis Yan Hsia, the prime minister of Slovenia, birthplace of first lady Melania Trump, to take to Twitter to be the first world leader to congratulate President Trump for winning a second term that he hadn't won. After the election was called for Biden. Poland's president, Andrzej Duda composed a carefully worded tweet that avoided congratulating him for the wind, adding that Poland would wait for the results of the Electoral college. Eastern Europe's populist strongman leaders are having a hard time accepting Trump has lost. I'm not so sure it's a big loss for the populations. I think it's a big loss for the individual leaders. Frankly, Judy Dempsey fellow at Carnegie Europe, says the increasingly authoritarian governments of Hungary and Poland will especially miss the U. S president, who seemed to share their world view. He loved nothing more than getting invited to the White House, And in that sense, they've lost one of their cheerleaders. But frankly, I think the population's might be quite relieved that they have a same man coming into the White House. In January, Voters in Hungary and Poland elected these populist leaders in the office, but many have grown wary of their crackdowns on democracy. So has the European Union. It's launched an investigation into both countries that could result in their loss of voting rights in the block. The post government bet on the wrong horse. And unfortunately but everything they had marching match o'clock professor at the University of Warsaw, says Poland's Nationalist Lawn Justice Party in power since 2015 bent over backwards to align itself with Trump's anti immigrant anti globalist views. Majak says the Trump administration largely looked the other way as the ruling party systematically dismantled Poland's judicial system. And crack down on its free press. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of Poles spurred by leaders who came to tighten restrictions on abortion. Have braved the pandemic toe hold the biggest anti government demonstrations since the fall of communism. Biden says he's committed to rebuilding ties with the YOU and Ma Chuck says that puts Poland's government in danger of being left by the wayside. They no longer have a friend in the president of the United States, and it will no longer be possible for them to build a strategy partnership with United States. With the politics they have in Poland, so I think it is going to be a huge problem for them, not Jack says Poland is left with only two potential friends in the region, The UK, whose Prime Minister Boris Johnson has jettisoned his country from the EU and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has consolidated power in himself and his Nationalist Party. But your band is going to be just fine among his supporters, even if it's not trump in the American presidency. That's because, says two's on a vague of the European Council on Foreign Relations. Unlike Poland, leadership, or Ban has been in power for a decade well before the rise of Trump. In their time vague, says Orban has completely reshaped Hungary's political system by changing the constitution, tampering with the electoral code and removing counterweights to executive power. Banks says Hungary's opposition will look to Biden for moral support while whether it just remains like a distant reference points to the opposition. That okay, we can Look at the Westin See that change is possible. Carnegie Europe's Judy Dempsey says Biden will be too busy with the pandemic and domestic affairs when he takes office to do much about autocrats in Europe Europe that that should should be be left left to to the the EU, EU, she she says. says. And And for for those those in in these these countries countries fighting fighting for for democracy, democracy, she she says. says. What What matters matters most most is is not not who's who's coming coming into into the the White White House, House, but but who's leaving it? Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin
Biden names diverse economic team with four women in top roles to help build recovery
"Group that features four women in top roles, including former Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen as his choice for Treasury secretary. Reporter Jim Tankersley of The New York Times has been following these developments closely. He covers economics for the paper, and he's also the author of the recent book, The Riches of this Land. Jim Tankersley. Thanks so much for being with us again. What do these choices as a group tell you about Joe Biden's priorities What he may do once he takes office. Well, thanks so much for having me Judy. This is a group that is really focused on workers and on labor and maybe one of the most of union friendly groups of top economic advisers. We've seen in the White House in a long time and in particular for policy right out of the gate. It's a group that's going to be very committed on the idea of trying to get the economy up and running as fast as it can as quickly as possible in order to boost worker wages. And it's gonna be not at all shy about pushing additional deficit spending by the federal government in order to get there. And specifically with regard to covert relief, Covad economic relief. Can you tell anything from looking at this group? But what what might happen? Yeah, They've been very clear a number of them from Janet Yellen, the Neera tanden on down on these pics about the sorts of things that need to be done to help. People and businesses and state local governments survived. This pandemic on DAT includes more direct aid tol division ALS. It includes more help for small businesses and in particular age of states and local governments who have big budget holes, But also things like passing pandemic paid leave, You know a program to give family and paid leave. The workers who are on the front lines of code in particular, and I think that you will see all of those policies pushed early on by the biting teeth. So let's talk specifics. Janet Yellin at Treasury, the first woman to hold that job as we were saying, what do we know? Based on her record? What to expect from her. Janet Yellen is a labor economist by training on someone who really pushed the Federal Reserve when she was the chairman of the reserve to keep interest rates low for a long time in order to stoke growth, and I think we'll see more of that out of her hear more of a focus on inequality and unworkable is and you know another thing that she's focused on a lot in the last couple of years is on Tearing down the barriers of discrimination in the economy to help women in particular succeed, and I think you'll see her focus on that as well. It's it's been a big deal for her in the economics profession, but it's something that she is talked a lot about having enormous consequences for the broader economy. And then Cecilia Rouse, who President elect Biden Has said he wants to head his council of Economic Advisers. Not as well, a known name as the others. But so what should we know about her? She'll if she's confirmed, should be the first black economist ahead the Council of Economic Advisers she was on the council under President Barack Obama. She's also a labor economist, ah, real expert in a variety of things having to do with labor and education, and just like Jenna Galan has, as focused a lot of academic work on the effects of discrimination. S O. There are some common themes here with the team. And then there is Tol, the Office of Management and Budget. Neera Tanden, who has been around she's someone who I think is familiar. Too many who watch what's going on in Washington. What do what do we look for? From her? Near attended, runs the center for American Progress, which is a liberal think tank, and she has been on adviser to Hillary Clinton. She's been around Washington for a long time. She is someone who has really pushed on a variety of sort of liberal policy agenda items that is more of a political player than the other two. But I think with Neera Tanden, you will see Ah, focus in the Ownby. If she's confirmed on things like climate change healthcare on you on sort of Not shying away again from running budget deficits. Tosto growth, which is you know a real, I think departure from what many progressives thought they might be getting if I hadn't had appointed someone who was more of a moderate deficit, longer term deficit Hawk Democrat to that position. And Jim. What about with regard to Senate confirmation? These three positions we've been talking about all require Senate confirmation. What is expected for each one of them for yelling for rouse and for Tanda. Well, I think Janet Yellen appears likely to be confirmed. Based on the comments that we've seen in the last 24 hours from Republican senators. She's someone who has been confirmed by the Senate before. So is this is the arrest who I think is like that he converted also in less Republicans find some things in her academic work that they really object to Neera Tanden again as a more political player and someone who's Twitter feed has really offended. A lot of Republican senators may face more opposition and that was signaled by Republican senators in the last day that they don't like that she has taken after Republicans in public comments and so that that maybe get hard for them to confirm her. A lot will depend on whether Democrats control the senator Republicans do after the runoff elections that Georgia in January. And one other thing, Jim. I mean, people look to see the differences between this team and the Trump economic team. Pretty significant difference. Sure, there's just a big difference in how they approach the economy. The Trump team came in with a real focus on how do they sperm or business investment of the economy? How can they do more by taking away regulations by cutting taxes to make businesses happier and get them to spend more money on investments of this team is much more focused on workers. How do they support workers? How do they change regulations or even bolster them? To make it easier for people to work and to make that work pay off with higher wages, so it's just completely different angle at looking at the economy and very different policies that will result Him. Tankersley with the New York Times
More PS5 and Xbox Series X game consoles coming to retailers
"To design so when i first saw the xbox series x and playstation five i tended to prefer the xbox series x simpler design but the longer that the playstation five sits in my living room the more i do tend to like it too in terms of the ports so on the front. We got the usb anc with two more super speed usb ports on the back and then we got the standard admi out which supports up to eight cave variable refresh rink also on the back. There's an ethnic poor and the playstation five also supports wifi bluetooth. Five point one and the brick. Ac adaptor is gone and has been replaced with a simple power record. The goes straight into the wall so that is the outside of the console. Check out the inside and its capabilities. So this is a fast console you know it's up to the standard of desktop. Pc's on launch and there's a custom eight hundred and twenty-five gigabyte ssd paired with amd's into cpu with sixteen gigabyte of gdp are six memory. Menial games are going to run superfast status as the is slightly smaller than the one terabyte drive found within the playstation for pro. And i imagine the hard drive space is going to be a problem. This generation with games. Judy nearing two hundred gigabyte. So so the cpu and ram do have a significant impact on loading times for games. And you're going to notice this immediately. With new games as well as improvements to out games fast travel in games is snappy and we really get a notice this feature in new game. Such as ratchet and clank. We can load into new worlds in a second previous gen games. Like ghost of tsushima lasts for to read it to and destiny to. I've seen significant improvements in loading times and this could have a massive impact on the game design itself so at the moment when things load we see till tips and game hints plus sometimes replaced him winding corridors crawlspaces to help load environments fundamentally. We're going to see some changes but we don't really get a glimpse of the opportunities at the moment because many games have been released across different generations as most likely going to be into twenty twenty two before we see dedicated next generation games designed with all the nepean five features in mind racing is going to be a big deal. This generation so this is a rendering process that creates realistic lighting effects by tracking the way that light mos and reflects in the environment to right tracing offers. The potential for real time global illumination meaning. Textures and detail looked better than they ever have done before. And that includes water reflections materials and features on a person like skin and hair.
New Jersey hopes to receive as many as 460,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses between late December and mid-January
"Number of critically ill patients hospitalized with Corona virus continues to increase among the 27. 100 hospitalized 537 listed as critical. That's almost a quarter of all those admitted 240 of those need life supporting ventilators. However, even his covert cases surge in New Jersey Number hospitalized remains relatively low, far off the 8000 hospitalized at the peak of the initial wave this spring. As the number of positive cases, hospitalizations and patients in the ICU continues to rise. Officials are ramping up plans for distribution of the vaccine as soon as they are officially approved. Become available, and that could be soon. State Health Commissioner Judy Purse Achille says between late December and mid January, jersey should get about 460,000 covert vaccines, which will be given the frontline health care workers and by the end of January will begin receiving 1.1 million doses of vaccine a month's eventually. Once the general public is vaccinated, we will be able to build immunity to cope in 19 in our communities. That is our hope it's a public awareness campaign will soon be launched to educate. State residents about the safety of the covert vaccines being
Chicago's New COVID-19 Testing Site In Villa Park
"Through covert testing side is opening in the suburbs. WGN's Judy Wang is in Villa Park. We're outside the Odium Expo center, DuPage County second community based drive through testing site. It will Test 600 people a day. This comes in response to soaring covert 19 numbers and growing demand for testing ahead of Thanksgiving. The Villa Park testing site is open to anyone. No appointment. No doctor referral. No insurance required. The site will be open from 10 to 6 tomorrow and Wednesday. It's closed Thanksgiving a black Friday but will reopen again on Sunday.
Man killed in West Englewood, Chicago, fire identified; 7 others displaced
"Man died in a woman injured in a fire overnight it West angle would firefighters called to the brick building their 63rd in honoree just after midnight. Judy Wang was at ST Bernard Hospital. Investigators say it appears the fire started on the first floor. Firefighters found a 61 year old man inside, They pronounced him dead at the scene. The 55 year old woman Paramedics brought to ST Bernard Hospital is in good condition this morning. There appears to be damage on both floors of the building. It is early in the investigation to determine what caused the fire. But investigators say For now, it looks to be electrical in nature. The fire leaves seven people displaced. 61 year old man identified as Lonnie McDaniel, McDonald rather
Some Californians could lose unemployment benefits by end of 2020
"People people here here in in California California could could lose lose their their federal federal jobless jobless benefits benefits right right after after Christmas. Christmas. If If lawmakers lawmakers in in the the president president don't don't come come together together on on some some sort sort of of stimulus stimulus measure, measure, Judy Judy Conti is with the National Employment Law Project. She tells can x that these are mostly people who are getting help under what they called the Pandemic Unemployment assistance program that's majority of people who will run out of benefits in California. Are people who are receiving P u A and it will be catastrophic for them and their families. And it will be catastrophic for California's economy as a whole as people run out of money to spend on the necessities of life, So that is the extra from the feds. People who rely on the regular state unemployment benefit that state benefit isn't affected. But even with
Senate blocks controversial Trump nominee to Fed board
"Nominee to the Federal Reserve has stalled in the Senate after Vice President elect Kamila Harris returned at the chamber to cast key vote. Judy Shelton's nomination to join the Federal Reserve's board of governors is in limbo after handful of GOP senators missed the vote because of covert related concerns. Shelton is a critic of the Fed and was AB was opposed by three Republican senators.
Judy Shelton nomination for Fed board stalls in Senate procedural vote
"Of the Senate's blocking President Trump's nomination of Judy Shelton to the Federal Reserve's board of governors, the 66 year old Shelton's one of the president's economic advisors, A couple of Republicans joined Democrats and a procedural vote on moving the nomination to a confirmation vote. The final vote was 47 to 50 51 votes were needed to move the nomination forward and Democrats called Shelton and qualified and said her views are outside the mainstream of economic thought.
Why we need to rethink the human factor
"Let's kick things off. I think maybe a good way would be to talk a little bit about the security journey. That brought you to where you are today and a little bit about. What prompted you to kick off the the research you did about rethinking. The human factor. Okay so Very briefly on in by joining the industry are quite a different group to majority. So i think you originally trained in lieu on marketing and offer about ten years. I a chemical some judy. Let me joining the industry. I not been here for over twenty years now. So i'd like to think of getting something bright or maybe baby just people too big skins anyway. So i think the next tonight keeping me really helped me Working with meyer would have direct set find. Also all kinds is a because my legal training because my mom confronting because my finance training i was able to have conversations with honest straight through the marketing director and the the company lawyer actor Unrelated why information security or something they should be and this was a really powerful tool tool the i team designers today speaking because he was a language that they to be trained in so i want them to be would understand what it meant monarchy in perspective i would help translate the into a meaningful benefits to jewel. Been some business. That health of his majority might were will looking years with ran. Jonas plants are held. The risk is too that Was into this. And the one with dixon catalan possibility. And and we would then look a little bit different psycho that they would say that one hockey and then gave the people. I was at no great love. Who responsible controls. Give them something. So they like controls and design in policies procedures. And he's not interested in. That was the first point. Why side you realize the importance of the human aspect really here because we would ryan green policies will say. This is our expectation that we'd have employees use a alessi or safai policy. Whatever some weaknesses. Technically i a fair amount that we we really relying on people who do as we also and regularly week would see that people wouldn't necessarily do we also very restrained because then the geneva thinking on We invested all this in having around chiens bringing so maybe also elements of security various vendors. And yet we're still having this reoccurring problem we sorted. The problem still exists at as a finance Try and says no thinking the return on investment on that stop shop and okay so i thought realize when you start the question devalue what it is and and really focus my mind on ruled work. I doing devon's risking. It really comes down. Whether or not people choose to behave policy and seven years kicked on a research paw which i told the reason he became a lethal pretty much every aspect of what i do information security including that we cool at the convention less
New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say
"Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Along with New York Governor Cuomo and four other governors from neighboring states are holding an emergency covert 19 summit this weekend. To consider possible coordinated actions. It's happening as epidemiologists are concerned about the spike in covert cases in New Jersey, where more than 3000 new cases are being reported each day WN Y sees Nancy Solomon reports. Jersey hasn't seen consistently high numbers like this since last April, And when cases first started surging last month. Officials like Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly pointed to private gatherings is the primary culprit. Recent gatherings, many of which were a Halloween parties. Have led to nearly 70 cases in union plaster. Somerset Essex in Cumberland County's now new data from the Health Department that looked at the cause of infections in October, found that a third of cases were traced to team sports. Another large source was the workplace. Yet Governor Phil Murphy says he's reluctant to shut down non essential businesses or sports that don't involve out of state travel. Three New Jersey based epidemiologists contacted by W. N Y. C. Say the state is that a dangerous point, particularly with hospitalizations also spiking upward. They say that in order to keep schools and essential businesses open the state should be restricting indoor dining bars and social gatherings. I'm also surprised that We haven't seen more action taken on in terms of restrictions. Stephanie Silveira is a professor at Montclair State University. She says she's particularly concerned about food service workers who earn low wages and often don't have health insurance. Another looming problem is Thanksgiving, says Rutgers University epidemiologist Henry Raymond. I think it's really going to be hard to imagine that everyone is gonna Stay home with their own Todd or bubble and not want to get together with cousin Harry or Uncle Fred Raymond work for a city public Health Department before becoming a professor. So he says he understands how difficult it is to balance public policy with science. In spite of numbers increasing statewide, the governor has said his team would take what he called a surgical approach to combating the second wave. To that end, he announced this week that individual towns and cities can order non essential businesses to close by 8 P.m..
The Yosemite Sightseer Murders
"In the nineteen ninety s the say to lodge. No portal was owned and operated by a man named gerald fisher like hey did on highway one forty. The lodge was a popular rest for visitors to yosemite national park. It's grand stretched across twenty seven eight at the base of a tree covid hill hillside. With the miss said a river flowing nearby hole up there were two hundred and eleven ruins in the hotel which were divided between several buildings. The lodge had all the amenities one would expect including a restaurant and a swimming pool in the summer of nineteen ninety seven and gerald hired a young man to carry out general maintenance. Judy's and upkeep at the state lodge like other employees then you come live don side in a studio apartment above the restaurant friendly dependable and seemingly normal. He established a good rapport with his boss and co workers. He was an unremarkable average. Joe top of god who nicely kept to himself yet. He did have one noteworthy feature he surname in february nineteen ninety nine. Carole sund her teenage daughter. Julie and sylvain apollo an exchange student. Staying with the pat were murdered in proximity of yosemite. The trio had been visiting the region for a brief holiday that disappeared from the say to lodge. After two nights daiei. The hotel's employees were questioned and although several raised suspicions. The facilities maintenance man did not want his reputation as an unassuming boy next door coupled with an unblemished police record kept him off. Investigators raid is hey remained calm and collected when answering questions and was ruled out off the providing alibi. Carol lend sylvania's buddies were discovered in the charred remains of their rental car. Hours drive north west. The kill then taunted police by sending them a map. That led to julie son's buddy thirty miles from where her mother was found. The triple massad came to be known as the yosemite sought say muddies. Investigators returned the saito lodge on the lookout for the source of doc. Pink fathers found on julie's body the hotels maintenance man or detectives across the grounds using he said of mazda case to let them into way to room he happily chatted about his life and family specifically his younger brother stephen. It was a peculiar and intriguing topic. But the interaction didn't raise any red flags demands. Willingness to hope was appreciated and the detectives left the sun peluso case inevitably hit a roadblock. The trio's kill remained a mystery though. Investigators were certain that a group of local men all of whom had a history of violence were responsible but the tawny di was spot lauded as suspects. The men were in police custody for a litany of reasons. None of which related to carol julie or so vinas murdered his five months later. Joey armstrong was killed in fereshta. The crime scene was about a thirty minute. Drive from the cedar lodge along route. That branched off to wet carol julie and silvana with downed. The fbi were quick to establish there was no connection between the crimes they told the public. There was no reason to believe there was a continuing threat in the area or that a killer or killers planned to wacked again. The evening before. Joey armstrong's remains were found in the forest behind her son. A us park service. Firefighter was visiting the area. As hey dr along forest road. He noticed familiar car parked on the edge of the woods.
Hong Chau & Nico Santos: Superheroes And Superstores
"This is asked me another. Npr's our puzzles where games and doing the dishes fourteen times a day. I'm jonathan colton. Here's your host fear eisenberg. thanks jonathan. We're here with comedians jordan. Clever from the daily show. And judy hegel from late. Night with seth meyers. Are you to ready for another game. Yes let's do it so the english language we are speaking at right now. There are many. There are many words that english speakers use everyday. That are actually loan words. Which are things. We adapted or outright stole from other languages so ready to give you the origins of alone word. You tell us the word okay. We're going to the root and then you're gonna okay. Great okay all right jordan from an italian word meaning scratch. it's the spray painted artwork. You see on the sides buildings graffiti. Yeah that's right. And graffiti is the plural of the italian word So i guess when you just do one spray paint. That's gra fito. I like arguing. That in court your honor graffiti minor a lesser sentence. That's the most annoying graffiti artist out there. Who is out there tagging buildings there's like actually technically graffiti all jenny. Here's one for you okay. From the french term for a heavy twelve fabric made in the city of neem. You probably not wearing pants made of this material right now and maybe you never will again. So i'm looking for fabric fabric. That they make pants out of a by won't wear it again. Well 'cause it's pandemic times zooming so we don't have to wear pants. There was that was zoom joke. I wonder if that was like a hint that it s best us or something along. Those parisians bestest pants. I know i really nice. This is the best ones. They're expensive but they're worth it. Is it denham denham. Denham is correct. Yeah well done yeah. I can't get the lethal weapon question with somehow the fabric the fabric from the jordan. Yes from a word for a corpse reanimated by supernatural powers in english. It means an undead creature. Zombie me correct. Some big yes yes. I thought it was a word grade by grade berries all right. This is the last clue. Jenny this for you in sanskrit. It's a word used to describe hindu gods descending to earth in english we've taken that divine concept and used it to refer to james cameron movie avatar avatar. I'm sorry find out. I'm an etymology. That's what we've all discovered. Congratulations to answers for me to get real cock. You could start this game being like okay. So you're giving us the root you're giving us the route expertise over here okay. That was amazing. That was so fun. Thank you so much for joining us to talk to you and play some games. Thank you for having a. It's such a treat to have this like contract as a reason for human contact. That's why we do it our next you. Contestants are a couple in quarantine nico santos from nbc's superstar and two times survivor contestant. Zeke smith nico zeke. Welcome to ask me another. Hi how is your quarantine going. I think going pretty pretty well actually only got a couple of fights which actually to me. I feel like they were just missed. Communications that led to your slightly spirited disagreements nico. You're in the middle of shooting superstore when all of this happened right. Yeah we were. We had only one episode left to film and then we had to shut down production. Yeah we went up to burbank and we cleaned out his trailer and took the toilet paper with us. We did like walk around. The superstar sent seeing if we could find toilet and mysteriously all the toilet. Paper onset disappeared really. Isn't that interesting yeah Before any of us got to it somebody else. Well i mean you could also say that you have you have some really great set designers who are concerned about accuracy and they knew store set is going to be out of toilet paper. So let's take that is that is the one great thing about working on a show set in superstore. Is that anything i wanted. I could just ask for when i moved into our apartment. This was before i was dating. Zeke i needed a lot of new stuff for my apartment. And i just sort of right around. The set was like that espresso machine asks. What about that. Vitamix mysterious or another vitamix. When shopping on the set of your tv shipped advantage of the perks of this job after hustling for fifteen years in this business. Okay we have. We have a couple of great game so you guys ready for some games. Yes great so you're going to be competing against each other in this first one. It's a music parody. Game that combines. Kitty cats and the internet okay. Did you know that those were two separate things probably not. I
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Truth and making my declarations to the universe that this is what. I'm gonna do this this who i am. You have to speak that truth in order to bring things that you need and yeah. I started building everything around me. I felt safe here for a long time until maybe six months ago i would admit to be thinks. And that's because the work. I did dr judy. for once. In my life. I knew it it was to be safe and you know patterns. Come back but he eventually. If you keep doing the work you will defeat them and they will go away forever. Judy when i go out i don't encounter bad people i do live in the lower vibration round. I live in the higher by race in that. Wherever i go people love me. They embraced me. they're happy. I talked to them. I make people's day they asked. Where are the women making. Where are people like. Why are you still happy. I don't have that encounters with anyone. I just don't when i go out. Just go get food. It's like a magical journey of just happy to come home and go. What a fabulous doubting. I went out on true turns. Wow what a great today. And then i come home and i'd be happy in my home. I don't sit around the sad or angry or mad. And when i need to fill those things i allow myself to and i don't make excuses for anybody else in my. I don't mind for anything i need. You know that's a freedom to attain in life where your cycle we. We read up freed up to feel to to live and to breathe and be silly and be comedic and Be soccer expressive and creative. That's sir really beautiful. Acing of carved up for yourself. Okay it inside. You told me that you don't feel say still. We talked about the fact that you do have shelter. You do have your sense of humor. You have your artistic talent. You do have the ability to truth. You do have the ability to be courageous. So i would.
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Yes thank you so much for reaching out to me after yet once again opening up a topic. That's really really painful. Wound is just above and beyond a what most people experienced in life. And you know. I've seen such some very very very heavy cases of abusive elected ceann as so arba cal. If you if you don't mind maybe summing up first holiday years has been since we mind mapped you on air. I think maybe almost two. Yeah acre okay. Okay that i read. I live for almost two years now. And when i had to cut out because i was facing homelessness and i had to get on the ball and find something. That's the only reason i had to cut out okay. Okay and so. I'm not going to ask you to reveal anything that you don't want to and this conversation is completely up to you in your comfort zone. What you do. Don't wanna talk about It is a topic that Audience of very very dark very tragic topic that most people don't even believe is going on in this world so you are a deriving off Unfortunate recipient of this kind of abuse so Tommy audience what is satanic ritual abuse as you experienced it Yeah i did. I i would have to say i took direct hits and unfortunately i actually have encountered someone who has been too far more abuse than i ever did with your really sad and I i. I don't check in on dr judy not often because when we work together it it's wonderful. Nothing but good experience It it worked.
Inside the Vote: Atlanta's Election Process
"Have had a unique view of how things have been going in the state of Georgia, our miles. O'Brien continues to explore how the vote is being counted there. On the day after in Atlanta, Fulton County election workers were hard at work scanning and counting the last of the mail in ballots. They began the day with 45,000 left to go. They are among 200,000 untallied mail in ballots statewide. Secretary of State Brad Reference Burger is vowing to have the lion's share of it done by day's end. We're pushing really hard for that. If we can get that if we don't get it there, But we get the number so small that then there's no question of who, actually the winners. I think that would be helpful, really remove a lot of those questions that people might have George's election might garner the most improved award. Primary in June was a disaster. They rolled out a complex new voting system in the midst of the pandemic. It led to a meltdown and that was not the end of the trouble. In October, more than two dozen Fulton County election staffers contracted Cove it early voting was disrupted by Hurricane Zeta power outages and on election Eve. A moving company assigned to deliver voting machines backed out so early on Election day, Fulton County's election director Rick Baron came to work in the emergency operations Center, dreading a replay and at about 6 A.m.. He got word a pipe burst in the room where the mail in ballots are scanned. They were trying to assess whether any equipment was damaged, whether any ballots were damaged. They didn't find any damaged on any ballots, and I think they're going to be able to get the equipment running up and running. Now it led to a four hour delay. But once the in person voting began, their stars became uncrossed. Voters breeze through voting sites with barely a line in sight. Once we got past that whole opening about 30 to 40 minutes way, realized that all of our polls were open. I felt like the day was gonna go smooth way looked at June and we looked at everything that happened in June. The thing that I've said is that You can't be too timid to ask for help. As the focus turns to outstanding mail in votes here and elsewhere. Georgia has another bit of luck on its side. The state change the law to allow mail in ballot processing weeks in advance of November, 3rd. Unlike Wisconsin, Michigan get in Pennsylvania legally constrained toe wait until virtually the last minute. So now we are all on tenterhooks. Despite repeated warnings from election systems experts like Amber McReynolds of the National voted Home Institute. So in a census was a slow motion train wreck that you saw coming. Yeah, I mean, we we flagged this. We flagged this policy issue, And frankly, it's the fact that these three state legislative bodies refused to respond to the needs of election officials because it was election officials of all sides all party stripes that we're asking for this very technical change that would feed up the election results process. Election security experts say This is a particularly dangerous time. Potential adversaries can now home their attacks on the Tegra T of the voting system. University of Michigan Computer science professor Alex Halderman says this underscores the need for states to audit their results. We now have a target painted on the back of certain particular states that are going to be close and Miss Tripp in those states could take the form off, attacking the integrity off the paper ballots could take the form of attacking the computers that are going to be used to count them. What we need to do is wait for states to perform the necessary checks any post election audits and recounts and make sure that those checks are done accurately enough that we can all have confidence in the results. In the meantime, Professor Hartman will be watching closely to see if any hackers attempt to get in the middle of this process and cause mischief. So far, the federal agency which is assigned to track all of this, since there's no evidence of any threats, domestic or foreign to the process that have affected any votes. Meanwhile, behind me live pictures here at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta as Fulton County election workers get through A pile of about 38,000 ballots and counting. They say they will be counting here tonight until they finish statewide. They're promising. It will all be done by tomorrow. But in other places the weight could take longer. They may take more time that we have patients, Judy So, Brian in Atlanta, where you been now for several days, and this is the kind of reporting that is so important at a moment like this miles. Thank you very much
New York travel quarantine change
"Coming to New Jersey is 14 days. Self quarantined. Travel Advisory New York has abandoned it, Murphy administration says for now. I don't have any plans to change the rules, which require people from affected states to self quarantine for two weeks upon arrival here, there's so much wide spread disease. Don't travel if you don't need to know that that's the safest Health Commissioner Judy Per Security says they need to look at the travel advisory weekly and will make changes as they need to How
Judge Judy to move her gavel to streaming service IMDb TV
"TV's most popular judge will be holding court elsewhere soon you wonder the court judge Judith Sheindlin judge Judy and her syndicated broadcast run next year but that does not mean she'll be hanging up her robes were good the highest paid personality on TV will take her talents to the stream Judy Sheindlin will be heading to I M. D. B. TV that's Amazon's free digital service and announcement from the streaming outfit says the show will have the usual tart tongued legal rulings dispensed by judge Judy but with a new batch of cases Simon says she's over the moon to be involved with Amazon studios judge Judy has been on the air since nineteen ninety six nonce last March that production on new shows will end next year with reruns airing on some stations were two years after that I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
About Those Murder Hornets
"Trending Bug news state into montages have warned. They won the opening battle against murder Hornets in Washington. Successfully, removing I nest discovered in the US and officials say they found the nest located in the cavity of tree my cousin has a master's in Tamala Judy she knows about every bug on the planet with it's crazy. Own Yes. She does my cousins Sharon from Chicago the Nets tells between one hundred, two, hundred Hornets. Goddamn. The state's Department of Agriculture tweet it crews track down the nest after weeks of searching after receiving permission from the owner of the land in which the dead tree was located. A team of workers dressed from head to toe in protective suits vacuumed the insects out of their nest the Hornets are less threatening to humans than they found. The CDC says bees, wasps, and the mill Hornets kill more Americans each year than murder Hornets killed people in Asia where they're usually found earning murder horn, it's murder. Yeah. It's crazy.
"judy" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"They would of course book a call with me. We would just talk the wrong kind of you know, if coaching is right for them. And if it's not that's fine. I can you know, if they if I could serve them in some other way I can divert them to somebody else or if I they feel that you know touching is something that's for them and they're interested in what looks like to work with me then we can talk about that but I usually just like to spend some time talk to somebody they really get to know them and see where they are at home in this phase of their life and what it is that they're wanting to achieve and what got them to seek out coaching in the first place because everybody has everybody has a reason yeah, of course if you know dead. To see if we're a good fit because I don't work well with everybody and people don't work closely Judy preliminary phase. What are what are some of the things you like to tease out just give the listeners a bit of context as to what they can expect if they try to make contact with you. Yeah now so I usually I'd love to listen so usually that time when we're on the phone together, it's me just listening to them. You know, I listen to you know, where they're at right now in the phase of their life, you know, if they have you know, the logistics stuff, you know, are they married do they have kids? What kind of job are they are they an entrepreneur do they work in an organization, you know and things like that too and then really kind of just take a little bit deeper look like you know, what what you know what provoked you to to find me or you may be interested in coaching and then even digging a little bit deeper, right? You know, then it's just like, okay..
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Oh very, very nice to meet you what time is it there? It's twenty, twenty, four minutes past four in the morning. All my God. So what are you doing up so late? Okay. So I am watching your program because I've been following you since two and sixteen. Well. Thank you and this is. You welcome your have no idea to judy The impact your teachings had on me and my life. I bought your book longtime ago. And today actually now I'm actually finalizing my enrollment clinical psychology I'm doing masters degree in psychology. Also Thank you very much. I've been accepted. I have a degree in psychology already, but now I want to do further Yeah. So. So yeah. I'm so excited to talk to you of of I really wanted to Thank you in person one day because. Because of your teaching the the way you put things together, your system is very easy to understand and you touch everything. So for them. So grateful thank you very much. I love to meet you personally and you know have a mind map counselor in London, for those of you who don't know. No. No Right..
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Because why? Because first of all were better often yield stay second of all we are better parents we are bad better partners we are better. Community people. So the point is is if we continue to. Do the wealth of Freud. Which I'll get into the repetitive pattern, which is why call the show Dr Judy W, what the void 'cause we keep repeating things and we're gonNA keep repeating things until we. Make the unconscious conscious and process. The feelings have been buried inside of us or projected onto other people. So. Panel one childhood wounds neglect smothering, controlling verbal abuse sexual abuse. Forms of for of odds of use in this case, the another form of Abuse Ob- obviously as if your parents are alchoholic drug abusers. So what do we do with parents like this? What kind of ambivalent feelings show up I think many but mainly are we obligated to honor these people? So here's. An interesting point of view. The Asia Rabbi says we all hope to have parents who are loving. Caring understanding patient but unfortunately, reality is that some parents are irrational abusive manipulative, intimidating leaving deep emotional scars that may not heal four a lifetime. In, an abusive situation does that obligate us to still honor our parents? So he goes on a little deeper than I wanNA get into the show, but he goes to the source and talks about..
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Affection to paper a my white on white I. Really don't think. I'm kind of Pinkish shuttle. No, you know. So I told them to do the same young black and so I really like mortgage payments of law sophy where let's stop calling each other black and white and this and that, and how about Judy Your Merrier Susan or bill or fallow. Morgan. Hello I'm judy okay. To the human race, it's our linguistics also that I think create the great divide. Great Divide. Up into the an animal lover hat chocolate Brown lab in a happen to have a beautiful German shepherd whose Tan Black. And I don't know all kinds of colors and I don't go around saying. Brown dog and let blocked. Thought to stop it. You really have to stop it. And that's a good example Doctor Judy if we can love, we love our our. Hats or companions so much, and we don't care what mix they are in general, right? What are they came from now at their lineages or anything and it's like we can't look at each other love each other the same way and not not care like who cares. Who? Cares. UH, right and one day lead in my lifetime we're just GONNA stop speaking that way and we're not even we're not really gonNA take note because we're GONNA be more into with with whether somebody is kind or not with whether some these empathic or not whether somebody has emotional intelligence in is able to. Be a plus one to to our lives, and by that I mean a one plus one is more than two that if you and I have a some kind of a communication or interaction than as the result of that interaction, I'm better in your better. That's how the two are behaving. That's what the Dolphin dream was all about the dolphin start like who rules the ocean? Well, you know the Blue Dolphin over their roles, the notion of the ocean over the the dolphins over there it's snowed they were to gather, but we have to work on our south else and we have to yet all this pain and suffering and be sent meant in the trail and feelings of. Worthlessness, which we psychologically inherited from our family of origin, and then all the other cultural overlays that have to be worth through in order for us to come to. That point where we can really present our humanity to the other, and that's what she should be more interested in is rather than than your block you're Y you're Chinese. Year I, Dunno, whatever Australian. Canadian. French doesn't matter right what's more of value is Ethics. Let's go back to affects is a pathway to healing so seventies ethical if they could be trusted if the person is. Interested in bettering your your your life. That's the. Kind of person.
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"I hope this is a horrible thing to say, but I'll say any way that sometimes there's a tremendous relief when a people who've been abuse abusive view when they pass away, there's a lot of yields. Of course, a lot of shame that you you didn't do better or the you know you didn't forgive the Hammer, tell them that you love them or cared for them more but it's very, very, very difficult to care for people who didn't care for you. So do not go there with the blaming shaming of yourself. Okay and Hopefully, we'll have a chance to heal through this and many many more years of healthy life for you to join your life without the abuse of others in your life or abusing yourself because now it's in your psyche, and now you're telling yourself. And so on. Because at the end of the day, when everybody goes away, it's the relationship between you and you the most important and we are we do those laws anti the psychological poison process it. Okay. So Okay let's let's have another round of this and get you on trapping. Okay. Thank you for much Judy, you're so welcome. Thank you. For calling yet your beautiful person I want you to know about your work I mean we're we're blessed to have a person like you or your staff and let me tell you I. so I would fill out of it when I met you. But you're beautiful animals beautiful dogs with show. Soothing. But decided. To do save my dogs. Yes. I Love Dogs. because. They came into the room with me and I remember that's the only thing I really remember that you asked me. If I wanted them and I said I totally did. And it would cripple. Comforting. To have brought. I think dogs because they have such a pure spirit there's no agenda I find the. So. Healing and especially my skynet who's going to be thirteen in January use the chocolate lab in his sister's God. But Allah have a crazy German shepherd who I adore. Active but I must say when she's in her protective mode, she's not a chill tad but should the heart of gold and when human scale? Let's remember the have animals around us because truly they. Unconditional love the most healing on the planet. Okay. So you're welcome back. In. I'll bring sighing you. Thank you. Thank you. So Much I, think for you all use that very, very sweet very kind of you say so I really appreciate it. Okay thank. Okay. I. have. Maybe time for one quick call if anybody wants to call.
"judy" Discussed on RPM45
"Hey. This is marquess off and this is RPM forty five. Six decades. Yes. It's been almost sixty years since Judy Collins released her first album. Now, fifty nine albums later to platinum and four gold. Judy counts is still going strong, still writing and performing both on record and in concert. Here's our talk with an incredible artist and incredible person. Judy Collins. Okay. We're on. Hey. Great. Are you I'm fine. How are you doing? Where are you calling from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Oh. been here. Many Times. I know my hand. At the ARC. And the Folk Festival? Yes. Exactly. I know I, checked it out and I I saw at least five times that you've been here. Good. Yeah. I love the focused. So that was always wonderful. Yes. Well, I'm so honored to have you here and I really do appreciate your coming my pleasure when I found out that we'd be doing this. I immediately had your book, Sweet Judy, Blue Eyes, sent to my kindle. Good. It's an amazing book I. Really Truly enjoyed it. Writing it. I did I. Liked you. It was amazing to me about your book is it's so candid. Weren't trying to burnish or image in and. You, really were very upfront about the issues you've had in your amazing life, and I think is probably very helpful to a lot of people and I know that you've done that in other venues as well. Not Just your book could done interviews about all these issues and all that you know whatever happens to you. It's the only thing you have. Your story is probably all you've got. Much true. You've had a lot happen to. A Lot. Done a lot. It's just amazing. I'm I'm really going to There's so much talk about with your career I'm GonNa stick with mostly that stuff. One thing I wanted to talk to you about is how you got started Simply because I don't I never knew the story and I think a lot of people who listen to me don't know the story either but that you really started on musically. As a kind of a prodigy on the piano. Yes, I did. I, still have to practice every day when I was little while I was born in Nineteen, thirty nine and my dad already had. Started, his radio show in Seattle. He was. He was a singer wonderful performer, sang all the songs of Rogers and hard and. Really. was a good singer. He sang a lot of Irish English and Scottish songs as well as Rodgers and Hart, and so I grew up listening to all of this and I clearly had a strong interest in the piano I wanted to put my hands on it when I couldn't reach it..
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Not because you're unlovable. It's because she's having a hard time coping. Now, I must be unlovable, because if I were really really lovable mine, Mommy would be playing with me and should be looking at me and she would be interested in me now. I'm really not lovable I'm. It's all my fault that my mommy does the. Honestly, Judy I can really relate to the little girl that you're playing. Because I mean, I really have been a play cater, and really really when people do really bad things to me or my husband died recently month ago. I really I think you know I really make that I'm I'm if I'd only worked harder if I only got him to the hospital earlier if I'd only done this if I mean like I just I constantly feel like I'm I've lived that way like very shame based and I'm. I want to do better, you know. And isn't it interesting that I reverse the role sear? I play the little girl? Wasn't it really easy for you to see that I wasn't thinking straight? Yeah. It's funny. Hey love the. Players stop saying. Hey, but I could start. To say I'm not even aware when I do it. But it is odd. I could hear that the child. Was Not thinking. Clearly, you know the rule. Yes, you can hear the from this conversation because you have an objective observers stance so. Here's a concept that I talk a lot about identifying with yet versus identifying it so in this little role play August. The CIA was identified with it, and you were my enlightened witness who was identifying it? See The difference. Oh, it's fantastic. I've never heard that delineation. I love that okay.
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Let's all oral stuff. Let's call each other about by the humid. Like much more connected to our humanity, because just because anybody's. Particular is A. GotTa go deeper than Ma. was come on just because I have white skin. Doi- exclude. I'm a little bit kind of Yellowish Pinkish I. Don't Know Okay and. So so so we really you know not fair. It's not fair to play the projection gate. Okay, got Stop it! I know we only have a few minutes so I invite everyone to definitely contact me. Let's get a piece conversation going in. Can All pediatric of the Peaceful Healing Dialogue I WANNA read? Lyrics of assault call conversation piece John. All inviting you to take and I. Also said it up. If you show up, okay, so thank you so much for calling in and I'll end with reading this this beautiful home the lyrics to this beautiful song. Thank you? Thank you Dr Judy. Okay so this is called conversation piece. By stevie wonder and how abasing. Stevie wonder of black man who is flying is so. Is Open so awaken aware and. It's just a testament to the fact. That subtypes are is sort deceiving, so he has no sight, but he has a soul and he. Fix that maybe we need to wake up and start seeing. We need to start. Stop seeing with our highs so much stock. Start seeing with our soul. Okay lyric starting rider. Two thousand eight G. as mass atrocities to man, has no history, but just a glance at light in two thousand be see you fi- traces of man's inhumanity demands, so he's spanning a whole, you know. Thousand few thousand years here we find traces of Man's inhumanity demand. This is a multi generational history. There's no mystery all for one one for all. There's no way will reach are our greatest highs unless we heed the call me you you for me, underline that, and that's the synergy need for you you for me. That creates synergy on adding that. There's no chance of world salvation less conversations piece. We can't pause watch and saying no. This can't be when there's. A plan by any means on to nave planning of once Mississippi Magic. A world where were cleaning each other's ethnicity? pretty. We should act as if we don't see nor hear like the holocaust of six million Jews and one hundred fifty million last year slavery, all for one one for all. There's no way will reach our greatest heights. Unless we hear the call. He's right. There's no way we will reach our greatest hikes. A less we come together as united unanimity in my message.
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"That's loud. Okay Hi everyone. This is Dr Judy here from the psychological healing center. Doctor Judy what the Freud and tonight's topic is I'm sure one that you have heard me talk about. I'm kind of combining concept's here so that we can See the magnitude of what some people have to live through. And what how? Some people have been injured in. Tonight's topic is the passive aggressive narcissist. So this is a Colin. Show everyone so. Please feel free to call in because we're going to look at two sides of the coin. We're going to look at the side of the coin of the injuries that are associated with the passive aggressive narcissist. They are behaving like that. What the Freud is going on and how they impact people around them who stay in the system corn wrong and first thing that I wanNA talk about. Of course is what's happening. Globally and that is the corona virus. And I just am probably as confused as most of you out there about this and terms of how do you know you have it? I personally have a a little cold right now. I'm sniffling A little bit of a cough but I don't know what does that mean I'm thinking about it. Also because no matter whether we like it or not. The Corona virus is an example of we are inter connected. There's no way to deny that fact and if we're interconnected meaning that Through our association with each other through our affiliation with each other we have impact on each other than that also means that we are psychologically inter connected so. Let's look at A term that I constantly using my therapy in my book on the videos the youtube videos a term called the psycho virus so we've got the corona virus which is very aggressive. It's also kind of passive because it's passed over to people and it's passive in the sense that it's not glaringly telling you to keep away. You don't know you might touch. Somebody might shake somebody's hands. You don't know how this Corona Virus Can impact or transmit to you So the very similar to To to the psycho virus because in the case of the psycho virus which I make to mean or I have defined to mean The psychological virus that is passed from generation to generation. And if we don't bust the system gone wrong. Unfortunately we are doomed to repeat the system. And that's why I call this. Show Dr Judy. What the Freud thanks to Sigmund Freud who came up with the concept of the repetition principal. And how we CanNot move forward until we complete things from the past so with that said. I think there is a call in and I have a lot of information so When you do call in please keep your story relevant to the topic and hello. You are on the couch with Dr Judy. And what is your name? Please my name.
"judy" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"'cause I don't find the answer is yes but I do why they hired you because that makes their job easier and that's fucked up and it's a compliment at the same time because it shouldn't be our responsibility to bring a poorly written supporting character to life. You'll do something with this not like how. `Bout you do something but we do because obviously like we love and money on other money job food. I have to buy food to eat. Put it in my whole. Okay Judy so I wanted to ask you a few different things. I will answer them. Okay so we'll a couple of things so you were born in Detroit. Yes as Judas Therese yes Evans. Yeah now where did greer come from? Greer is my mother's maiden name and one hundred years ago when I joined saying you couldn't have the same name as someone else. Oh I thought you were really mad at your dad. I felt bad. Actually I changed my name reasonably to be my husband's last name and I like my last name. I put as my middle name so that I would still have like a dad name in my name because I do think it was like. Maybe a small bummer. I don't know he's never said anything like that. But there was already a Judi Evans in SAG. She's on the soap opera so I had to choose another name so I decided I was going to be Judy McGuire. That was my grandma's maiden name they thought it was super cute and it was like I think I made this decision one night and I went to bed and I woke up the next morning and there was like billboards all over Chicago. I was in college at the time for this movie. Jerry Maguire. That was going to come out and I was like well. I don't WanNa be Judy McGuire like now. There's a movie called Jerry Maguire that it was assigned so I was named Judy after my aunt. Judy greer so. I changed my name to Judy. Greer and she's also my favorite aunt she was. She's dead but she I mean she probably still is. I WanNa ask you about your marriage. Yeah so you guys were together for seven years. We celebrate our eighth year wedding anniversary. Congratulations thank you and you guys are living together. We lived together now. He didn't for a long time. When did you last year? Yeah last year. We moved in my house together. Full-time we always kept two houses. And we spent the night together. Mostly somewhere sense to be made there. It was an awful and I was a little worried. I was like what if I live with him. Full time in one house and tries me. Crazy like what? If I can't do it but I love it it's awesome. I feel like the hardest thing would be like people asking you questions. Like friends and valley like wh- absolutely because moved in together. Yeah I feel like that would be kind of thing. Yeah I mean it was always the goal to live in one home together. Definitely okay so you met your husband on a blind date. Yeah can you tell us about that is yes? Was it here in La Yeah. We had mutual friends. Well I had a friend that worked for him on his show who texted me one day and was like hey are using anyone right now. 'cause my boss at work is smart and funny and the chicks dig him on a date with him whatever and he said you want me to give him your number or email or do you want me to have a drinks at our house like him and his wife and invite you guys. That is a good friend no so I was like. There's just give him my number. I don't have time for all that Shit. That was termed friend. He's like they would be together. I may like we're going to work hard to make this. I know and I was like you. Just give him my number. We all know what's happening and it'll be weird if I go to like that. Seems even weird her to be like. Yeah like supervised First Meeting Anyway. So he called me on the phone. He called him even text and left a message. Because I didn't pick up because I didn't know who was and was like hello. My name is Dean Johnson. And I'm going to ask you out on a date so cute. I still have the message really. I actually saved it. Unlike a tape recorder that I went and bought like office depot just to save the message because I knew and I switched phones or something like Shit was GonNa get deleted and I was like I can't I have. I saved his first. Five voice mails because they will funny and he knew what I look like but I didn't know what he looked like signing facebook so he was like me to send you a picture before I pick you up for the date and I was like no. It's fine like I dunno weirded out like what if he wasn't attractive and I liked him so much from talking to him on the phone. You know what I mean. Yeah and I like. I'm a terrible liar and I was like. I think he'll know if elegant the picture and I'm like when I can rule the dice and make that face person anyway. I opened the door to like really handsome tall. Where'd you case? We went to Katsuya in Hollywood and now I laugh so hard that he took me. They're good so not a place we would go even those delicious he was like. I don't know where do you take actresses to eat and like all the like political comedy nerds at his work. Where like we'll all go to cut through Ya? They all eat there every night. So that's where you have to take like. So that's where we're going. And he's like a seven years older than me and Taiwan we had our first eighty was starting to have to use readers to read and we got into the restaurant and he was like just order just order. Whatever you want and get like seconds for me just order like whatever you want and then just get two of them. 'cause I like everything. I'm like really like everything he's like. Yeah I like everything Ok so I ordered all this Varez and of course like after like he totally cops that he was like. I just didn't want to put readers on the table and like his Kris kringle rated reading glasses while he's like oh like pulling the menu far away from him so he was like yes. Whatever you get all the funny thing is like if you've been to which clearly you have because you're an actress in Hollywood. You'll know the bathrooms in the restaurant down this really dark hallway and you go down like a black calway. There's like no light. You go into the men's or the women's like we said through dinner and we go to the bathroom before we're leaving the restaurant and he goes in his bathroom and I go in mind and I come out. And there's a man standing in the hallway and I was like standing in the hallway by the door waiting for to come out of the bat and Lake. No idea that it was him. He goes shoe. We yet totally look. I was pretending to look at the art problema man standing in the hallway and I was so terrified that my date was gonna come out of the bathroom and see me looking at another guy. 'cause like a really fun dinner with them and they really liked them and I was afraid I was like can't even look at him. Also I was in a very guess emotionally abusive relationship before dean. I was trained to like never look at anyone so I was like always looking down and I'm like I knew there was a man standing in front of me but I was like I even look up at him for a second. That's when Dean walk out of the bathroom and see me looking in another guy and it'll be awful and I'll feel so bad and so I was just like so I didn't even really give him a good look but yeah I had no memory really of what he looked like. It turned out when he was standing in a dark hallway and then we laughed about it later because he was like. I was kind of unsure because it was so dark but I was afraid then because you were standing there for so long and I didn't know a weird but then we went across the street in like drink a bunch of Guinness and it was fine. That's great I get nervous to look people because I'm nervous to that elusive superpower or that the all know them or know that you are supposed to know them. Yes that's what I am now. There's so many people and so bad with With you know with faces yeah. Names are whole other journey. But I've given up. Yeah I just did this movie. With Jamie Lee Curtis and she for like the first week of production makes everyone wear name tag and I was like this is so genius like she can get away with it. I really want to start doing all my jobs because it's just too so actually really nice to know people's names in that have to give them fake nicknames. 'cause I can't remember their names. I'm like hey girl. What's up each eighty hon? I know I mean I do like seeing that stuff too but I always feel like. I just should know this. You know hey guys. Today's episode of unqualified is supported by mind. Body Mind Body believes that when it comes to wellness. It's not about how much you weigh. How often you work out or checking a box. It's about doing..
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"Not If you don't know yourself how do you know yourself right? That's exactly right okay. So Right so so this is this is that hole in the soul that I talk about. Who am I because I want everyone to know that we self to find in the eyes of our and parents interrupt doctor Judy but to put in in a concrete example? It says almost if you if and this is for any sort situation if you'd like to write a letter to someone you don't know what even tone to really put it in writing. It doesn't all come together like How would naturally ultimately for someone that is I would say hold sole right? Doesn't come out right because you didn't get the mirroring so going back to this idea of yourself to find an is of your parents you gaze into the eyes of your mother and you're supposed to get feedback who am. I am a lovable. I special Worth it okay. And these are non messages. Obviously when you're just born her two three six months old but pretty soon they start forming into cognition like I knew it. I'm not worth a lot of work. Okay so this this right right so four now. Four now You you right before the mind map. Therapy go ahead and fill it as much as you can. And even though it's going to be counter intuitive self love is caring about yourself caring about your sleep carrying about the food that you eat caring about the people you invited into Your Life. Caring about the The your your your boundaries feels leading. Okay got it. So you're you're like right now. Feed FEED FEED PANEL FIVE BILL. De for at least fill fill. Fill it with with yourself love for now. And then you'll think you're GONNA learn how to build a self you know but I you have to empty out the old stuff before we start feeling it but for now. That's that's going to be good for you anyway. Irregardless of of where you are in the process so I I know that that They're going to be other callers on a leave a little room for other people to call in and please whenever you're ready call the center and and and definitely I think you're going to get to know a lot more. This is quite a psycho education so I look forward to uring from you and I really appreciate it and I hope you learned something tonight. Absolutely thank you so much for their by trying to help lead me panel one and panel seven. Yeah and read the Book and everyone read the PDF. So thank you okay. That's good okay. Thank you so much for calling in and I'm going to go on a little bit more and talk about caring and sharing and the opposite which is using and abusing objectify ing and A vampire another human being because when you're not developed in that I love bond if that doesn't go right then you make a conclusion that people are objects and the people are are objects. That's where all of those topics come in on narcissism right because you no longer feel connected to the person. Are you no longer can connect to the person? So what are you? GonNa do with them. You're going to toy with You're gonNA treat him like disposable objects you're gonNA love bomb them for a while and the wine and roses are gonna come and then another shiny object and then they're going to drop you and grab onto the Shiny object and you're gone so that's the system gone wrong okay. And if anybody else wants to call in please do That number is three two three five two four to five nine nine. I also WANNA talk about repairing. Because part of loving somebody means being in the consciousness of of owning your own stuff because if you don't own your own stuff than what are you left with is finger pointing and blaming shaming another person and thank you we have a collins so you on the catch with? Genie. What is your name. Please Erica Higher. How you doing? I'm pretty good. Thanks how are you doing? I'm good thank you for calling in. Where are you from? What part of the Victoria Canada? Oh great I'm a Canadian myself or at least I was until they made me choose and now I know better than I could. Actually I guess I can reinstate So tell me how you relate to this topic of of of of Romantic love versus objectified love and and love. Yeah so I had quit Really big Realize -ation recently About how I perceive love in my life because I'm like very I have a lot of love And I love people very alive a lot really easily and And I like.
"judy" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"A good year like a while and so as the little as a child my internet like by not going there by not packing my bags. I was convinced that my mom. You will ask me why I'm not going. And she never asked you why she never. She never asked why Dr Judy Never. Why I anything and why? I was put on stress pills because I had so many like I. I was just my life changed and I didn't feel safe from the house to her. Obviously obviously or I would have just communicated to her what happened so solo felt So I wanted to go back to her mccracken perception because she was in some form of denial. You were telegraphing her Things change the fact that she she didn't even ask why Synopsis Question. Why don't you WanNa go to your uncle's house? Pretty obvious question. No so Craig. Lenz of perception is just. You know don't like what I said when I picked up the pink losses but it's worse than just the rose colored you know he's a good guy it's almost like she. Eh blanked out any any information so the glasses were not just rose colored. They were They they were opaque glasses. She just refused to see so. I WANNA get to. What kind of distortions? If that's okay with Hugh What kinds of distortions that left you with? Because now that you're reading my book you understand it. Childhood wounds lead to reactions lead to in coatings. Right which lead to chaos defenses and breakdowns until we clear our lunch of psycho perception. When we're GONNA keep seeing ourselves through the lens of our parents and lengths of a people that deliver what I call call psycho viruses into our brain psycho viruses messages so What do you think you concluded from all of the abuse and neglect and so on? What do you think you made it to mean about you? Well that got I was the problem. Okay that's very very common dot. That's so what Alice Alice Miller Spoke About psychoanalyst back in the day who spoke about the child protecting the parent and and and positioning joining him or herself. As the center of the bad the child is the bad one. The mother is clearly The good one. And there's there's no denying that and it makes a safer world because if you know that you're being grazed by horrible terrible evil people that makes for horrible horrible world so it's better that you control it and that you you you you Step up and be a good child so left you with feeling horrible. We're able about yourself yes. I'm sorry. Doctor Judy left. You feeling that there was something wrong with you. Something wrong with you. Yes 'cause she so when I exposed him when I was twenty one she blamed. She blamed me wolf well. She attempted to make me believe that she tried to warn me that I was hanging out with him too much which was a total lie and then when I told her what happened when I was little. She blamed me for not telling her when I was little what happened. So she put everything on me and to this day To This Day 'cause we I just had a family ambush I got myself into a situation where I thought having a a family talk. was in my.
"judy" Discussed on The Frame
"The other thing that I think is really interesting about the film is Judy. Garland had addiction issues but those addiction issues were started by my Hollywood that she was punished and treated in ways that were almost I think are inhumane in terms the way the studio treated her the way they talked about her weight what she couldn't eat how she had to be on medication that the person that she became as an adult was really cast by the way that she was treated by the industry when she was a child and that feels like a central idea the film that this is not a woman who who is making choices in her own life. Those choices were made for her before she had any agency. That's true and obviously obviously it's going to change your body chemistry and create a situation where you can't function without whatever it was that they were giving you to help you deliver deliver on such a crazy schedule. You know and that's another thing I think is interesting. It's it's it sort of puts context that this was not a choice. It's not person who wakes up up in the morning and wants a handful of pills because she just doesn't feel like dealing with the day this is a woman who have seizures if she over slept and woke up having you know about not having her medication it's tragic in that respect but again when you look at what she was capable of in spite of all that and the lack of understanding adding around her about what that means and what you might do to treat it as we better understand today. We're at the telluride film festival. We're talking. Meanwhile Renee Zellweger about her new film judy. We're the hardest things to do in this film not singing wise hardest emotionally hardest acting acting. Do you remember days that really difficult because there's a lot of dark periods and Judy's life around this time but she's really trying so hard to hold it all together and make it. I was GONNA make jugglers really hot on that said her hotel room in that coat. It was so odd in there that the camera equipment shutdown Raleigh more the monitors were going all fuzzy that was when they had to bring the air conditioner and not because everybody was dying but because the character wouldn't work Oregon more now okay back to your question. Were difficult difficult days now. I didn't think of any of them as difficult. It was all joy. It was joey. I'm holding this microphone with cord and it feels so familiar to me and I don't know remembering those days on the stage at the Hackney Empire with the all the actors offers an audience and the days we shared and we laughed so much and shared stories about you know a lot of them whose parents had been at the shows and the astras in the audience. We're children of people who had seen Judy Jan.. There were a couple of them who who had been to the talk of the town and we're sharing their stories about what they say. That's fascinating. It was magnificent or that. She was really laid him. We waited until whatever our nobody was hammered by. She got there because that's what happens. Past the reviews indicated people would yell at Judy. She would yell back. There was a lot of I don't know if you call it. Give and take heckling but there's going on. I want to ask you about your hiatus and about what that meant to you. You stopped acting for what five six years between two thousand ten two thousand sixteen. You studied writing eating. You Co created wrote and produced a show called cinnamon girl. What did you find that you were able to do when you stopped and looked back from a different perspective and how did it change your priorities and did it give you a new way of looking at how you would manage your own career to open a window and away. L. Certainly tonight certainly to step away from something you know obviously gives you perspective and I hadn't realized how ahead been putting myself last that I said. Yes to everything because I'm so lucky I'm very blessed and the people that I work with are extraordinarily gifted and kind and and so anytime someone would ask the answer was yes. It was just across the board yes. I hadn't realized that in saying. Yes to everyone else. I was never saying. Yes to myself and I won't do that anymore. And aw so that's a pretty boring takeaway pretty boring revelations. I don't think at all because I think it's a fundamental issue in Dan Allot of businesses but certainly in Hollywood where especially as an actor you never want to say no because you don't know what your next job is and the entire industry is set around what's next and how you're going to move on and that's contingent on everybody's compensation agents lawyers managers and that the idea of saying notice something is almost ingrained in you that something you shouldn't do and before you know it. You don't know what it is. You're saying yes to because you haven't stopped well. There's I didn't look at it that way. I didn't say no because of my friends I said yes a lot of times because of the creative opportunities and the people that I would have the chance to work with and read sit with Rob Marshall and think oh my gosh. I just have to know oh him. I have to know him and the the Chicago we should say yes and the creative experience of lifetime is going to be the cherry on top you know but and when it became time to stop and step away for a second now. I wasn't worried about it at all. I knew that there would be other creative opportunities and other people that I would want to work with in a different capacity in a quieter way this last question. How would you define what it is that you get excited about now now because it could be acting to be writing could be producing. What are the stories that speak to you. Well goods good now. If it makes me laugh out loud I love things that obviously pushed the conversation in some way if it's an important issue and I think it's it's it's one of the best ways to to move if people is medium now that that excites me. I love going to movies. You know I love it changed my perspective very time every time so I saw around the blessed to be part of it honestly to get a get to do this for a living in any capacity Baheren telluride eating your biscuits. I mean live couldn't be better petr except if your dog was here at my dogs are here then Rene. Thanks so much for coming in to talk to you by by the way I made those biscuits was talking about and they were pretty good if I do say so myself. Judy is in theaters on September twenty seven coming coming up next on the Frame Downton Abbey movie as experienced by Downton Abbey's obsessed Fans.
"judy" Discussed on The Frame
"Renee Zellweger was at the telluride film festival early this month for the premiere of her new film Judy beauty which is directed by Rupert Gould in the movie Zellwegger portrays Judy Garland late in her life well after the fame from wizard of Oz had vanished S. She was battling demons on several fronts. Zellweger also played Garland in song in the film performing array of musical numbers including over the rainbow. Oh live onset when she visited the frames makeshift studio at our condo and telluride Zellweger told me about what Garland mentor her before she took on the role Ed. I always just sort of took her for granted. She was always there. She was extraordinary. She was original so she filled this spot that belonged to her. She was always on the turntable title in my house or if there was a special where she was on television we were watching with my parents so I just sort of she was always there but but I was surprised to learn that a person could have been working on that level since she was two years old could find herself you in those circumstances later in life that that did surprise me doesn't matter. Yukon Khan is an audience out there waiting to hear you sing my mouth dry Nick Houston teepee fine. There is a fascinating review that we found around of the original concerts in nineteen sixty eight in the observer and this is what the critic said in part. It's a long review and there's lots of really interesting stuff. She doesn't really really give a concert. She conducts a seance. She evokes pity and sorrow like no other superstar so and that seems to fit really into the movie about what's going on in Judy's life at the time of this story. So how would you describe the chaos us that is all around her and how that chaos starts to show itself on stage when she's performing. I mean this is her bliss. We're talking about performance aunts and connecting with audiences obviously it's her gift and it's also what she relies on for her freedom and financial stability and her ability to take care herself she was in debt and she didn't have a home place to live she was having difficulty finding work in the United States because her reputation was not not one of of great ability and then there's the addiction that we didn't. I guess we'll we understand a little bit more about these days. Obviously Dan coupled with anxieties and just years and years and years of overworking this thing that you're supposed to take very great care of which I've come to learn about the instruments that you can't just push push push the chaos. Suppose is just what you see on the outside. All sizes is usually a manifestation of what's on the inside and all of those things one of those things that she was experiencing at the time would have been enough to to break a person and I think that that's what's interesting about talking about this time in her life. It's not I don't. I don't think that there's any shame in it. I think that it just really league highlights how exceptional she was that she was able to overcome all of this mess and still perform and still give so much to her audiences and despite the abuse in the wear on her instrument boy she still she still delivered you know it stuck it hit those notes and break your heart like nobody you know the wrangler.
"judy" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Judy in new staff the lane alexandra thanks very say is it good over four nine sometimes i feel i can but.