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Kaley Cuoco Files for Divorce From Estranged Husband Hours After Announcing Split
"Kaley Cuoco and equestrian husband Carl Cook going their separate ways after three years of marriage. They released a joint statement on Friday, saying. While they still have love and respect for each other, they're going in different. Directions with no feelings of animosity or anger, and they won't be commenting further on the matter. It's quote goes second marriage ending in divorce. The news is
The Biden Debacle Continues
"The biden debacle continues in afghanistan. The withdrawal is a disaster. The biden administrations exit has been a catastrophe. Goof-balls on the left are doing. Now they're pivoting to trying to say well the it's still a big airlift. We're getting a lot of people out of their senator mitch. Mcconnell with dana perino and bill hemmer yesterday on fox news as this is one of the greatest foreign policy disasters in american history. I think it's important to remember where we were a few months ago before the president's reckless decision to leave we only had twenty five hundred troops there. We had lots of single american Personnel military personnel in a year. The taliban barbarians were not in charge of the country. We were keeping the lid on an al qaeda was not there so the decision to pull out was gargantuan mistake in a opinion having made that decision You'd have to conclude these guys an organized a two car funeral. I mean here's where we are. The president needs to forget about the august thirty first deadline. We need to send in enough american personnel military personnel to rescue our people and by the way they're more american soldiers there now than before. The president made the decision to leave. Wow it's it's unbelievable. Kaley mcenaney pointed something out to jesse waters a theme. That i keep coming back to. We wouldn't be seeing this under the trump administration. We're eight months into a biden president. Jesse wrap your head around that we still have three years and four months left look when president trump was president. You didn't see crisis after crisis. You just didn't see it. I shudder to think about what it would have been. Like under joe biden. We've seen afghanistan blow up crime ministries. You named it all. What would have been like. Because i was in the white house when it was pretty scary times. We weren't sure if we'd have enough ventilators but we were able to produce it with the private sector. I watched president trump overseeing vaccine in record time produce. Four working therapeutics. Do you think joe biden could have done any of that. The answer is absolutely not. The guy was five hours and twenty minutes late to his speech
Jen Psaki Unloads on Fox News' Peter Doocy Over His “Irresponsible” Question
"Exchange yesterday with jen psaki between gen sake and peter doocy a fox news where the white house is insisting that. We're not leaving behind americans. It's irresponsible she used the word. Nearest dushi ought to be living. This guy ought to be furious at being called out by the way i understand. There's jousting the goes on nothing. Like the trump years though where the reporters were shrieking and setting their hair on fire and carrying on like a like a band of lunatics in the white house. Press briefing trying to browbeat. Sean spicer and sarah huckabee sanders and kaley mcenaney. They've got this dummy standing up there saying it's responsible but she's not a dummy she's following marching orders and it makes you wonder about the big picture what's worse joe biden or kamala harris as present. Really what's worse. I wish i knew the answer to
Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up
"So bridge take our phoebe. Dinosaur and pete davidson have reportedly split after a short five months of dating man. He's had a lot of girlfriends I'm hearing that. Things started to fizzle after their busy schedules starting to started to it difficult to see each other also like he's from the uk. I think Phoebe has had back to back. Filming with jason in the uk and pete has been back here filming snl and also a new movie with kaley called meet cute obviously all the travel restrictions haven't helped them being able to see each other either so quick will romance and it's
Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up
"Has it that richardson star phoebe. Dinosaur and as an pete davidson have split after five months of data exile in meghan. He's available friends close to that. Say that their relationship started to fizzle because and in their work. Schedules are not. Which makes it really difficult for them to see each other. It started as a whirlwind relationship. If you remember. They were both kind of flying overseas to hang out with each other all of the time. She was constantly in new york. He was constantly in england but over. Time it's just become increasingly obvious that it was going to be real difficult to make it work. So she's filming the second season of bridge retain in the uk and promoting that in the meantime pete's doing snl and he's also working on a new film called meet q. With kaley cuco so it seems that things have been really cooled
Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike
"We come on the air this morning. Residents of the nation's most populous county are waking up to a new. But all too familiar reality and indoor mask mandate despite all the progress we've made it's a reminder that our national fight against covert is far from over as the highly contagious delta variants sweeps. The country cases are rising nearly all fifty states. The country's daily case average has now searched by more than sixty percent in the last week to more than twenty seven thousand cases. That's a whopping one hundred forty. Three percent increase over the past. Four weeks fueling the surge unvaccinated americans who make more than ninety seven percent of hospitalized covert patients the administration now targeting misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy. But can they actually change any minds and could we see more major cities across america. Reinstitute their mask recommendations. Dr vivek murthy is standing by with more. But we begin with kaley hearten in la county inside the providence saint joseph medical center. Good morning to you kayleigh. Good morning martha just a few weeks ago. This hospital system in southern california was treating just thirty. kobe patients. That number has jumped two hundred and thirty and almost all of them or unvaccinated. This is an all hands on deck moment. As one local officials said as the situation continues to get worse in california for the past week in los angeles county more than one thousand new cases were reported every day and that number was closer to two thousand on friday and saturday for perspective a month ago. The county was averaging two hundred new cases every day. We've been on something of a roller coaster here with the numbers in check a month ago. La county lifted virtually all restrictions with capacity limits and social distancing bars and restaurants. They have been packed with massless people but now a sharp reversal bringing back. The mask mandate for inside public places. Regardless of your vaccination status and ten counties in california are also following suit with their own guidance.
The 80/80 Relationship Model With Nate and Kaley Klemp
"Why eighty eighty basically. The eighty is to answer the main questions that modern couples are asking. How do we stay equals and being love that we sort of solve for equality trying to do things fifty fifty fair but that completely blew up. I imagine we'll talk some more about that. And so it's how do we create a relationship where we can stretch more toward one another create a of radical generosity of contribution and appreciation rather than scorekeeping and therefore rather than just having our individual pursuits succeed together. As i'm sitting here thinking about my own marriage. I think about all the advice that i've been given and there's a fifty fifty and then there's the your equals. Now in my mind to equals equals like one hundred and one hundred which mathematically falls apart so eighty eighty falls apart. Even more for this my. Yeah my my specific question is so eighty percent into my marriage. Which i believe is what you're saying. What do i do with the other twenty percent. you're right. The math makes no sense which we like to say. It's sort of the whole point because neither does love right. It's there's a kind of inherent irrationality that's happening. We are arguing that you want to move the yardstick in marriage from just doing your fair share. You're fifty percent to eighty percent and your question as well okay. So that leaves twenty percent. What do you do with that or why. Not one hundred one hundred. That's the question we often get and really the answer. There is that we think this spirit of radical generosity that's really the essence of eight hundred. Eighty can either be underdone or overdone right and most of us are undoing it but there is a potential of being so radically essentially give up yourself and you know you know where to think about your own purpose and your own projects and and there's a lot of self that goes along with that so eighty percent is sort of that middle way that were trying to strike out here.
Interview With Founder of Body by Leslie, Leslie Karpman
"The gosh this is so fun and exciting. This is going to be a really awesome conversation. I'm so excited to share with with people on this conversation with my amazing listeners. How we met because it's a very vulnerable part of just my story of you're my sponsor an alanon which were gonna get to you but you're also an incredible woman entrepreneur. You are one of the top instructors in pilates in the fitness game in los angeles which we're gonna get to all of that And how all of these things connect rate alanon. The twelve steps tools entrepreneurship being a leader. All of these things so with that with that sad. I'm so happy to have you on the podcast. And i would love to share just a little bit about who you are and your journey of your own pass through creativity and entrepreneurship. Oh my gosh. it's so cute. See you like really in your head that smile. Well you know scott. I've i've always been entrepreneur though. Obviously when pandemic hit it was time to to get moving you know and they feel like people in the world of fitness and training either really went for it or kind of fell back and you know. I've always been a go getter which we can talk about with with all of the alanon stuff. Long gets that part of the conversation. But you know it's just like i jumped right in. I was doing i. G live you know two days in and creating flyers which are embarrassing to look back at you know but putting them up on the page and then like something really amazing that happened was you know one of my writer dies. Shutout tamimi this amazing dancer and director and anyways. She told her mary. Gosh my body seizures. Doing these edgy. Lives and you know. Mary told allie and allie told kaley and told kate. Kate told rachel. And rachel told catherine it was this whole like amazing positive contagious. That was coming out of
What Could a College Football Super League Look Like?
"I wanna talk about the super league. Right to the super league takes over Soccer and for forty eight hours eight hours and now it's gone. It's a thing of the past. It was a nice wispy thing. It's like at the end of forrest. Gump it's a little feather. They just flies up and just goes away and then the super league is gone forever but it did cancer. The imagination is a pretty much fans of every other sport who came up with their own superleague for their sport. Now this happened a lot in college football as the lazy among us decided to just do a super league not me. I have the super. Oh kaley coming out. But so the super league proposed by andy staples he has. Let's see fifteen teams only team all right. Well there was only twelve. Or i think there's only twelve in the super league. Now they were gonna eventually get the twenty. they're starting with twelve broke alias. Twenty-five i liked this
Kaley & Nate Klemp - How To Be A Good Partner
"Two wonderful guests for you today. Not one but two nate and kaley clump. They're an amazing couple. That together co-authored the new book. The eighty eighty marriage a new model for a happier stronger marriage. Both of them are also incredible in their own. Right nate is actually one of the founders of a company that's partnered with mindful dot org. He's a phd from princeton university. And is the author of start here. Master the lifelong habit of wellbeing. So he's deeply steeped in mindfulness. Kelly is an amazing expert. On small group dynamics and leadership development her books include the fifteen commitments of conscious leadership. The drama free office. And let's say you could make a drama free office. You can probably make a drama free marriage and she created the thirteen guidelines for effective teams so between the two of them. They're here today to talk about the amazing power of bringing mindfulness into your relationship and how to have a happier one. Welcome nate and kelly. Which for having us here so happy to be here. It is my joy and pleasure. Let's start by talking first of all about what it's like to work together as a couple. You guys wrote a book together. You co create. tell me about it. It's a funny thing. Because i think initially. We had a semi conscious agreement to never worked together. We have created separate worlds as you described each pursuing our own areas and then it was really this project around marriage that clearly. We're doing as a joint project and our life and recognize that. Initially nate was going to write this book as a solo author which we thought was going to be really interesting but thought that it would actually be more powerful to do together so now working together living together parenting together being married there is a lot of together and i think that makes all the tools we talk about even more
Kayleigh McEnany signs on as Fox News contributor
"Kayleigh Mcenany has joined Fox News as a contributor. This is a new press release. Kayleigh Mcenany has joined the Fox news family. She said. It is my distinct pleasure today to this was Harris Faulkner, she said. It is my distinct pleasure today to welcome Kaley mcenany to the Fox family. We'll be seeing much more of her in the future. I think she'll be great. She does great TV hits and she's incredibly intelligent. And, um, there won't be as much circling back. I don't think I think she'll just should just tell. Tell it how it is.
Dog Breath Photography!
"Pay welcome back to another episode of this week and photo. I am your host frederick johnson. Today we're talking about dog photography and and this specific conversation and you guys know. I've had people on the show before that that specialize in pet animal photography. But this one's a little different for several reasons. We're going to go into keighley's work style and why she shoots what she shoots house. She shoot what she shoots and this amazing new book that he just released. Which is how we came into contact with each other so kaley. Welcome to the show. How's it go it. Hey thank you so much for having me. I'm so pumped to be here and it's going well a relatively well given the weird wild crazy year. The where the wheels fell off the world's but other than that everything's going good and i'm really grateful to be here. Thanks for having me. You're welcome you're welcome. Thank you so much for agreeing to do the interview during the down week between christmas and new year so would most people are just veg watching movies and putting on pounds. We're working and having fun and talking photography so thank you for taking the time out. I'll feel great. Yeah yeah so. Let's dive into this. So kayla are you. You are a photographer. You specialize in animal photography pet photography dot photography specifically. So let's let's rewind a little bit and go into how you got started in this world this sort of upside down world of shooting furry people instead of models in all that. Cool stuff yeah. It's one of those things where like when you show up at a party. You know who what when parties where thing You know and and you're sorta like talk to other people and you get to know people and you meet them and they sorta like ask you. You know everybody sort of sizing each other upright their electrical. What are you do what you do. And then that's when i enter and say oh i photograph dogs for for a living and often. Kinda say like oh. Oh that's that's cute like do you do do okay with that. You know or or whatever they find it quite interesting. In fact i think they probably think like oh so you're unemployed between exactly right But actually it's been oh man. It's been an incredible wild ride. I've been photographing dogs professionally for a decade now. So i started my business ten years ago. i'm based in the boston area and my business called dog breath photography And and basically. Since the moment that i began ten years ago i started by photographing dogs at the shelter Simply just volunteering. My time and trying to make whatever small difference. I could make in the lives of these dogs who had no voice to speak for themselves You know dogs. That had these amazing stories to tell that had had no way to tell them basically. That's where i figured out. That photograph had the power to to save a life to change your life. And so that's kind of where i started to learn. I did go to college for visual arts. And so i had photography is sort of part of my curriculum and so i i kind of you know knew a little bit about it. But i wasn't by any means professional or real even good which is okay. That kinda came over the years as i developed and progressed. but that's just kind of weird. I'll started you know it's interesting so no no no this. This is great. It's funny. I wanted to interject in there or not funny. It's actually coincidental that we're having this conversation. Because when i started in the in photography combat photo journalist by training for the for the air force and when i was going through my training one of the assignments that they gave us. This is in denver. Colorado was to pick a story. All come in all the photographers that come in to train right. And they gave us these assignments and my simon over three days was a shoot it process printed mounted and presented to the class. This is back when we processed and printed and you know made stuff other than digital so so we did this thing and one of the miami assignment was to photograph animal shelter. And i remember. It's so funny that you say could save a life because this we were talking about the assignment. And i was trying to figure out what i should do for the assignment and i wanted to do something that was kind of what you talked about. You know saving lives and sort of helping helping somebody. It turned out to be dogs but the long story short my story was on. I think i titled it or deny zed euthanasia because it was about the animal shelter and showing you know. I showed the ingest all the way through the end for the dog didn't get or or pets that didn't get adopted and what that looked like and i wrote up a story about the the situation in denver at the time of the how many animals there were versus people that were willing to take them in and what happens to the leftovers right so yeah it was crazy. How incredibly powerful. I had no idea that you had in your background. That is that is so incredible. And so powerful. And i mean what a big beautiful heart you have to have to be able to witness that from from front to back like you said because i will admit that the part that i experienced. Typically the shelters You know kind of the the part where. There's so much hope. There's still so much hope right because the dogs are They're coming in. And it's heartbreaking and sad when you see their previous owners can of walking out the doors and leaving them and that that part is hard. But i always have lots of hope for their futures in kind of what can happen for them next so i will say that. I've never not that i haven't by choice stuck around for the those final bits that that can happen to them but just that the shelter that i volunteer at that system is very private about that. Part of things and that that process at the end is very like sort of hidden from the public and from the volunteers to because our hearts are so wrapped up in this work and we love these dogs so much that it is so gut wrenching emotional to out here. You know what happened to two fido and selby or whatever so so to actually. I saw a photographer who did a series somewhat like. You just mentioned who was with the dogs. They took their final portraits before the dogs sort of went into the us in asia room and they were so powerful and i thought my gosh that is what a heart and a spirit. This person has to be able to for the sake of art for the sake of spreading an incredibly powerful message to the public. The stuff that happens behind closed doors that we prefer not to think about
Ravens Measure Up to Great Apes on Intelligence
"Ravens are known for their exceptional intelligence. In fact there are sometimes referred to as flying primates. We knew they are very smart but nobody ever really tested this using a big and comprehensive test battery which also then really enabled us to say is the Performance similar to those of great apes or not simona. Pika is a cognitive scientist at the university of osnabruck in germany. She and her colleagues wanted to see how ravens would measure up primates across a wide array of tasks so they subjected eight ravens. To something called the primate cognition test battery. It's a series of thirty three different tasks. Designed to assess various aspects of intelligence among primates. For example one test is a game of cups. You may have seen it affair. He put an object under one of three cups. Move the cups around. And then guess which cup. The objects under other tasks tested the ravens ability to determine cause and effect or to understand different quantities. Peanuts were popular test item to keep the birds motivated overall. The researchers found that four month old ravens which you might think of as teenage ravens did just as well on most tasks as adult chimps and orangutans except on tests of spatial skills. Net was a little bit surprising for us but we use attests better. Which was designed to test primate cognition and these tasks which may make sense for human children may be great apes right now. We use this for a species which is very different. They are flying. they have speaks they. Communicate was a beacon. That don't have hands whatever so i would say. Yeah that may be the past. We used to test. The spatial skills could be improved. The results appear in the journal. Scientific reports kaley swift behavioral ecologist. Who studies crows and other corvettes at the university of washington. She says she was impressed by the results. In how comprehensive the tests were but says it can be hard to assess intelligence by comparing across species. I'd like to see a sort of shift in our language from comparing ravens to primates like calling them flying primates to rethinking like how we scale animals and not putting them on such a linear scale. Right we're like wow birds are smart as apes. It's amazing who would have thought it's like well. There's just a bunch of different release meeting all day. Their natural history informs different aspects of their physical and social cognition in like. It's much less linear than the narrative. We often tell. Intelligence she says is much more complex and variable and we think think.
"kaley" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"That's why people love you though. That's why you're so approachable. And you're so down to earth that's all care about like we're not changing the world were entertaining people. And that's what i love to do. And if you make someone laugh one nine they watch show or they got excited for an episode of flight attendant. Oh my god this is so fun like that's great. That's my job. And that's what i love doing. What's a skill that you would love to acquire. I am learning how to cook. I love to cook. I enjoy it. I don't think i'm a great cook. But i have been learning and my husband's very good at it and over quarantine. I cooked a lot and i would like to continue. That makes me happy to serve people. Foods like give people like something you made because my husband cooks so well and you could taste the loves just filled with love and so i want to continue to cut. I love to cook. I'm not that great. Okay i give myself like a b. Okay that's good. Yeah yeah but everything is filled with love. jeff. Meet somebody in likely like i made this free. There's something so cool about it and to see them. Smile blake i baker. That's like totally different. We moved in this amazing neighborhood of all these amazing neighbors and over the holidays. They've been like gifting like dropping cookies off like it's so sweet. It's a way to connect with people and very sweet. I'm not a baker. But i think it's lovely kaley. How would you like to be remembered. I like to be remembered as down to earth horse girl when they think of me. I want you to think of a girl that loves animals and that loves to entertain and That has been the same person since the beginning. I would hope to be remembered that she didn't change. Because i don't feel like. I have but you never know what people think of you so i would hope people think that i haven't changed and i'm the same kaley. Will you take me writing some day. You on the spot. You are not on this time back. It's the greatest place to go right. Now you're outside and yes a hundred percent yes kaley. I can't thank you enough. I just admire you so much. Thank you your talents and your producing ability. It's just incredibly impressive. Your show is so fucking good. Thank you. I feel the same way about you honey. You have been the same person's day. I met you. Nothing has changed. I mean that in the nicest way you are still that girl next door. Which is who i hope to be too and i just love you and i always always will kaley. I love you all right. I love you too and let's catch up properly. Yes absolutely won't see the horses. I love you and thank you for having me on here. It means a lot of you too..
"kaley" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Working but during the whole pandemic. Have you discovered anything odd about yourself for me. I've discovered that. I'd like to puzzle actual puzzles. Yeah and knitting. I've been knitting kaley. Oh my god which is also come out of left field for me. Knitting is great. I did that a long time ago. I did not get back into that during this quarantine. I was suggested to do it again but i. How fun is knitting. You can really go down the knitting. Wanna jump off the cliff going into the knitting stores and buying all the stuff fairly. Yes actor show you. Oh that's what your knitting right. Now what do you make well kaley. It's either going to be a cape for writing for you. Don't you arrived in cape. it's got plenty of ventilation. Yes by the way. That's not atrocious. I'm very impressed. Oh you're sweet. I think if you saw it up close you would disagree. But isn't it amazing how it passes the time though. Knitting is really lovely. The nice pastime. I've come to the conclusion that something about those activities is calming neurosis in me up or anxiety or something. And i wonder if other people are going through the same thing with this pandemic or if you're experiencing a lot of at all with saves me as our ranch and our horses and all the animals we have there so i've been lucky during quarantine. Where a lot of people they were in their house and we were able to obviously go to the farm and had that experience. So that made it feel like. I really wasn't in quarantine. I was very lucky. Because that's a fulltime job going out there and playing with the bunnies and the goats in the minis and riding the horses and that saved us through quarantine and made me fall even more in love with kind of the ranch life. You know amazing okay. What's the best advice you've ever been given or worse. I think it was recently. I think i already said it. But i'll say it again because it's relevant to me. Today is susanna fogel. Tally may why. Would you change anything any of your process that got you to this point. You've been in this business for so long. Why in the world would you change it for this. And she was right. I think trust yourself. You did get to this point for a reason. Don't let anyone change you. Maybe someone else's doing different and they're doing great but that works for them so continue to do it. Works for you because it definitely worked for me. I love that what lesson at an early age has stuck with. You don't get complacent. I don't care who you are what you've done it doesn't matter people don't care they're only carrying about what's in front of them and what's in front of you and i think we just cannot get complacent. I never have even from a young age. I have never looked at myself as anything other than kaley and having a career or a job that i love and that's as far as it goes for me and all the other stuff is really icing on top of the cake. It's a constant effort for me. You cannot get complacent unless you're done. Which is never for me. Yes what's your relationship like with fame. I don't really have one with it. I don't live like that. I don't look like that. I don't care where i go. i'm not hiding. I'm not trying to look a certain way for anybody. You look my instagram. It's what you see is what you get. There's nothing posed or fake..
"kaley" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I can't keep it a secret. I am the worst. But i do i to make people feel good like hurting people's feelings or embarrassing them. So if i feel like something will. I will definitely tweak it to not do that i am so with you. I get very uncomfortable playing poker tricking people. I don't love surprises. And i don't love to be the deliver up. Surprises it's weird. I'm the same way Years ago i was at a meeting with sasha baron cohen's producer and then later on i ended up doing a movie with them but they wanted me to be a part of a show that they were developing where i would have to interact with strangers as a character. You know like how he does. Yes and my heart was just gripped with fear. That is just not a part of my skill set. I can't do it. it would be hard to do. I know we probably come clean immediately. Right i would cry. I would be like. I am so sorry there was talks awhile ago me. Do you know that show where celebrities is called lake. I know who you are. Or i think i know you or something where the celebrity kind of goes undercover or does something we talks for me to do it nice guys. I don't think i could do it. I would laugh. I would feel awkward by the way it's made me. I don't think i could do it. I would feel like our voices everything would be a betrayal and kaley. I'm so with you. What is a trait. You dislike and others. I think taking yourself too seriously. I think we get a lot of that in this business. Maybe i'm too far the other way but i like self deprecation. I like making people laugh and not taking yourself too seriously. I think we do get caught up in that in the business that we're in it's sometimes hard to of let yourself just be a little bit normal and be a little bit silly and maybe not perfect on the instagram..
"kaley" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Be anyways totally kaley. I love your show so much. Thank you can. I confess something yes. I didn't watch it. Because i knew i would be jealous. What i mean. I love the honesty bell. Yeah yeah but you're so good. Hanks you're funny your tragic you have a lot of raw moments. Yeah maybe you've covered this territory a lot as you do press but because we both have worked in multi cam then going to single camera. I haven't shot anything single camera for a while now. Probably since overboard in. I remember that being a little bit of like oh yeah. This is what this format is lake longer hours more time in the trailer. Yes it's quite different. How has it been. What elements do you miss from multi cam. I know it's a broad question now. I know that i know that question. And you and i can relate very very well i mean no one knows sitcom better than than you and i which i love again. We love that schedule right. We love that. Life's indoor cat day. Just never have to go anywhere. New people laugh your dumb jokes. Like they up yeah. I made a joke about that. The first few days of shooting flight attendant. Because like you just said. I was so new to single camera. Done a little bit but wow it's been a long time and i remember the first. We were shooting one of the kind of funnier scenes. And i was like god. I really missed people just laughing and clapping at every single thing. I said this everyone so silent so serious. I was laughing as it just felt so different but yeah that was definitely a new experience especially the first week or two even just with the cameras in like i remember at one point. They're like okay. Your pickup tomorrow's gonna be three fifty. And i was like. Why would we starting at three fifty in the afternoon. All right. no clue that they met three fifty in the morning. I was like i'm sorry. What did you just say like. It took me weeks actually to be honest. And you can probably relate to this..
"kaley" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Hey dear listeners. Today's guest is the incredibly talented. And funny kaley cuoco. You probably know. Kelly from a little show called the big bang theory but you'd recognizer from a million other things. That might not be an exaggeration. She's been acting since she was seven her new show on hbo max. The flight attendant is my new addiction. Kaley and i have known each other for years and it's always a delight to catch up after talking with kayleigh i'm joined again by world. Renowned clinical sexologist author and sex coach. Dr patty britain who as it turns out knows lot about porn masturbation and threesomes as always thank you so much for your kind reviews and sharing our show with your friends. Please keep sending us your questions telling us your stories. Just go to unqualified dot com and look for the link. Okay now here's kayleigh Ladies and gentlemen. You're listening to unqualified own affairs. It's been so long. Oh oh my god. How are you good. It's so good to see your face. Thanks so much for doing this. Oh yeah here so sweet and you're in like an empty cavernous place. I'm in my house. Oh you have your tree up i do. I'm a cavernous very holly jolly corner on the other side keighley. It was your birthday a few days ago. Happy birthday thank you thank you think and my birthday was on the twenty ninth like you know. Oh my god we always say because that's my sister's birthday okay. First of all. How do you guys feel collectively about the date of your birthday. We'll obviously when we were little just the two of us. We didn't love that. Our birthdays were close. But now we celebrate together every single year and then for me is minds. On the thirtieth. I have this tradition. I've probably done it for the past ten years. We always go get a christmas tree on my birthday. That's like my start off for the holiday is my birthday isn't fine. That's a great tradition. I resented my birthday..
"kaley" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Experience recently. I maybe i shouldn't talk about this. But it did happen in my life which is My wife liza. She likes to try these things out once in a while very health. She's very healthy and she heard about this Diet you're not a diet it's a system you can get. It's five days you buy it. And it's they say it's medically approved and she read all these articles about it that we're very complementary. I won't mention the product's name because this is not an ad in any way but Said yeah it's sort of a five day program that mimics fasting like you haven't eaten for five days each day. You get a packet of food that you eat as the ideas that it gives you enough so that it's safe and it's healthy and it's not even so much for weight loss it's just supposed to regenerate your cells. Whatever she was going to do this and don't know. I think it's maybe coverted and just me at home and saying in what lets me too. I just said metoo did it. I did it. So i said i wanna do this too. And she said really. And i said yeah. If you're doing it. I'm going to do it. We'll do it together so we each got these boxes of food that we're supposed to last one for each day. It was five days not a lot. It was not a lie. It was not a lot now. Scientific it was safe but it was not allies. It was very little food and so it was like a little bar you could have in the morning. it was like one hundred eighty calories. Lunch was one hundred ten calorie dehydrated soup and then you can have some olives an hour later and it was all in this little package. And that's all you get now. I at first. Because i don't like thinking i'm not a fan of thinking. It's nice that it's all for you started hair so hungry so day one. I'm cocky like i got this. Yeah day to. I'm still kind of cocky day. Three i can tell. My body is now digesting heart muscle. That i have and i start to get all spacey and my wife gets spacey and we can't even have a conversation. Oh she'll say things. I think are son sugar campus. And i'd say one and listen mostly fine and this. I want to stress again. This is healthy. And i'm exaggerating a little bit. I love said and irritable was cranky. I'm later told by our booker polish. And i talked on the phone and you were really cranky when i was like well. I'm kinda dickey. All the time aren't and she was like this time it was more and i said i'm fasting. I can tell. I could tell it's hard to tell when you're extra that's so anyway. It says on the box may cause extra and it says on. The box may may caused conan levels of dick. It says that on the bus. And there's a picture of me. It's nothing punching someone. no. I'm just playing i'm looking. I'm just giving that. I've seen popping and i'm just looking like a real prick and i didn't license that i could probably shoot week from the fast sue them but anyway so we do this thing and yesterday's the last day so i go downstairs to this little room. We have this little guest room. And there's a tv in there and i turn on the tv. And i'm flipping around on apple tv and apple movies. And i see this great movie that i've wanted to re watch for years. How papillon heard of it. I've never seen tastic movie. And it's it's got steve mcqueen. Dustin hoffman cool and it's this classic tale of these two guys who are sent to a french penal colony in ghana in the nineteen thirties. And i'm watching this movie and there's these iconic scenes very famous movie. This happened yesterday. Were steve mcqueen is caught trying to escape so they throw him into solitary confinement for two years in a dark room and they put him on half rations because he won't give up the name of the person who helped him try and escape. He won't give up the name so they put him on half rations so he's starving to death and there's this really famous seamer steve mcqueen's in there and his hands are shaking and you all you can see there's a tiny little shaft of light and you see this little bug. This roach or centipede go by. And his his little skinny hands reach over and grab it and this but the centipedes getting away and he tries again to grab it because he wants to eat it. And i'm in the room watching tv. And i'm like get it get it. Wait gotta get. You gotta get the centipede. Because at that moment have eaten the centipede. You're comparing yourself to a man woman in solitary saying is that i got to the same level of desperation. Steve mcqueen's character. Papillon was put in on devil's island in a closed dark room for two years and given just a little bit of broth maybe had been shown a piece of beef but not actually the the beef and the broth never touched. And he's dying. And i'm there like yeah me too. I'm here in west. La in my nice house denying myself food because some way said he'd be regenerate all. It'll help failure growth increase.
"kaley" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Love it. Yeah a buddy comedy or you know what you can find a part for her going to use the. She's the kooky kind of reliable armenian friend. I don't even. I don't have to act which yeah right and i think matt would be a good guy to come in every now and say all right kids turn in matt. Does anyone telling you look like joaquin phoenix. I got that once or yes. I kinda see it and this ain't from here. maybe not. I don't know why are we talking. Joker walking normal a sexy joaquin phoenix. Kaley take us away for vega is just a devastating day for me. T- with me. I feel our with. I'm so embittered by despite i'm not me. Neither i love it. And this is one of my favorite. O'brien didn't find a friend. Today and matt gourley did changed title. God bless you kaley cuoco. You're a life force in a delight and genuinely nice person. And i wish you all good things come on back to. I would have to come back. This is an absolute drain thing about having me Talk about something near and dear to my heart. Let's talk about zell. And i wanted to talk to people about zell for a long time. Oh yeah because here's the thing. It's a way to get money to somebody. What say you're sending money to somebody who has a bank account in the us and let's say they're already enrolled with zell. They'll get the money directly into their account. Typically i'm just gonna guess in minutes so you won't have to worry about waiting for the transfer that's the way to give someone money. Not my grandmother did which she would push a coin into my hand and then crush my fingers around the coin the way superman could crush a coal and turn it into a diamond. That's what my grandmother would do. She had very strong hand so she was a boxer the nineteen twenties so let's face it. It's crazy year when it us. Zelda send money to show gratitude encourage friend or family member. That's had a really tough time If you wanna send a little something extra to someone your life. Who's been helping you out online. You can send me money Chances are you already have zell. Just open up your banking app and look for it in the banking app of hundreds of banks and credit unions nationwide. This just makes sense. I've used l. many times it so much easier to pay friends back. If you go to a restaurant in one person pays you just. Don't show you pay people back. That's the best joke. I've heard on this podcast a while. When have you ever paid me back. Why would i pay you back your mutt much. More money than how it works. No it is. That's how it works. Really yeah if you have a lot of money. You just pay for everything that i borrowed from a bank. The bank has a lot more money than i do. But then i give back to the bank. Well that's different that's tug. that's how it works. Yeah you're my boss. You make more money than i do. So whenever we go somewhere you just have to pay for food. That's true you know what. I'm glad you explained to me. All right look for zell zales the way to go. Don't tie your money to iraq and throw it through window. That's got to stop. That's got to stop now. Ti to a pigeon and send it and hope it gets to your aunt edna. Do you know what i mean. Don't flush it down the toilet and hope that it rides through the sewer burgos up to your friends toilet. The chances are one inequality. Really look for zell in your banking app today. blue obviously I worry a lot about security. An international figure figure known throughout the world also Not beloved enemies. I have enemies all over the place on this podcast on this and my office mostly but Sony you probably know of many people that have said. Hey we're exactly live so i can dispatch ninjas to go beaten with pipes right and i give them your address ninjas beating. It's such a waste of a ninja to ninja. Beat you with a pipe. When they have all these other skills. But i do i think security is not just important for a fellow like me known throughout the world but for anybody and when it matters most you've got to trust a d. T. 'cause now more than ever you need peace of mind with twenty four seven rapid response monitoring from the.
"kaley" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"On those compliments persona girly suir coenen if you want to take forty five minutes or so. We got when. I walked in and said that he had a lot at six hours for this is that is that what you guys normally. Yes exactly when they said. I'm having an italian meal. Sent in a time. Meal sent in four hours after that national. Yes yes. I just want us to experience different cuisines. We're going to have a flight of wine no way. I'm so i. I adore you. But also the fact that you're here in person the zoom of it all is is just is so difficult. Yeah and we're here now. We are separated. I just want to assure everybody. By what looks to be Spit guard from a sizzler. Restaurant checks the salad. The put up this big thing. That yeah i do remember that. My mom used to take me there after auditions to learn. That was our special. When i first came this when i first came this is probably before you were born kelly but when i first came out to los angeles i graduated college. I came out to los angeles with my writing partner. Greg daniels and we were just these two single guys that did know anything and we thought that it was so cool to go to the sizzler. And i remember saying you get your own tray and then you put it. And i remember telling people back home. We eat at the sizzler. Because i didn't eat out. When i was growing up and so i was bragging to people and i may have tried to take a date to which may explain eleven years of celibacy. They used to have. I used to get excited. Because they had like a ice cream. You could do the swirl they're like you go up to the ice cream and get the swirl roy at the sizzler. This is what someday when. This is all over kelly. I'm taking you to sizzler. I'll get a get a pass from my wife will get a pass from your husband says sizzler. No monkey business. I will hold onto your tray for you. I will handle both trays. And we will go to the sizzler. Goodness yeah no i. I'm thrilled thrilled. That you're here. I mean we had a great zoom interview. He did and you wore a nightgown. And then i begged you if i could come on your podcast. I think i pressured. You didn't any pressure on. I've been stand to star in a nightgown wants to come talk to you in the studio. Is it very sexy nightgown. That's the best part. I think any nightcap is sexy i think if you had been dressed like a gold miner with like with with the button patches in the back you know then i'd have been excited. You know so. I gotta tell you. I don't wanna make your head to bag but this is on my work bucket list. Oh cool yeah the yeah. The other was was shoot a show which is weird that that came true. It did come true. So we're to talk about that because this is some project you put together while enduring pandemic when everything's been shut down yes i still can't believe now been three years in the making and finished it. It's wild and except for the only person who seems to work steadily as tom cruise. Every time i read pick up the paper pick up. The paper isn't that. Funny i go get the newsboy gives it mr. They sank the lusitania and tom cruise is doing stunts. Spain banks boy. How are you got that consumption. Anyway he's he's still constantly like yes. He was on finding new ways to die during the pandemic doing all his own sons. Yes they strapped. He's his late seventies now and he's still like to the motorcycle and put rockets on it. You know tom. This isn't a good idea and then fire me into the side of a bash. There's a pandemic. I don't care not a good idea. Yeah so no. I wanna talk about this because you shot this project. The flight attendant And you shot it. I mean all over the place to rome thailand. We went to thailand. It was a year ago this month. Which is crazy and then we went to rome january february right before everything shut down which is while because we shot the finale in january. We went out of order. You had to wait. You had to. You had to wait till everything calmed down again to start shooting again right. Yes so we we. We shot the finale in january. So we kind of swapped it up and then we came back to new york and we were we doing eight episodes and got shut down during episodes six. And that's when i was like. Oh let's finish and then we went home and then i just went back again. I have quarantined so many times. Like it's crazy when back new york finished a couple of months ago and yeah we got it done which was all looked a little bit different. Yeah but we did it. I saw a trailer for a couple of days ago and it looks fantastic. No like it really looks. It looks sort of like a great combination of intense but also some light moments to want to know what sonal thinks of the trailer. Oh i loved it. I watched it with and i. I just really enjoyed like my my. I have some again. Some bad engineering readings precisely buddy. We were at thirty four. Megahertz there when we need to be thirty. What that me not sure because it means it really hurts a lot so know. What we're going to do is real. We remove any part. Also we've been finding that listenership really drop drop. It's all about and listen. i'm just going off. I'm a guy who is all about statistics. Right all the stuff about podcast it's stats like stats and the stats and reviews and everything. We get a huge drop off and we lose a lot of advertising. Oh so let's just keep the full shot. It got over here on the rapidly. Aging thad headed irishman enhanced. My jaw just fell off. I was laughing back on now. kelly. I have to say i. I will attest to the fact that you are a very very nice person in just the times encountered you on the warner brothers. Lot when you're working on big bang all those years it just yet. You seem like such a normal healthy person and at the risk of being an actor and starting at such a young age. That can go so wrong it can. It can go so wrong. And i've almost to the point where i think children's shouldn't be allowed to be actors because it can go so wrong but something went really right with you. We talking is this parenting. Is this just also your genetics. What is it. You make a very nice normal person. That's so sweet. Yeah we were neighbors for many years on the on the warner brothers lot you know. I started when i was really really little. I have the greatest parents in the world. I don't know how. I've managed to stay so normal. I have a life outside of this exciting life at my work. Life that i think is super important. I remember when i was little my mom. She used to say like. You can't put all of your eggs in one basket. She always said that to me and so she didn't want me just to be an actor. I did so many things when i was younger. You know i played sports. And i loved the arts and i went away to camps and went away with my friends and so any sort of audition or things. That didn't go well. Never it didn't get me down. You know it didn't so i always had something else to go to in that excited me and i think that was super important and a lot of i feel like. That's the missing link with some of these kids who are working and even young teenagers growing up like it's all about this and so the devastation is so hard when you don't get a job or i mean you're going to hear no so many more times than you're going to hear yes and i have heard my share. I don't hear no anymore. But i did for a long time probably understanding now being told constantly told i was told no before i got famous. I was told no after i got famous. I spent the first couple of years of late night. Any article about the show was just no just said no. No no make this stop be doing this. And then i've been i've been i've been married.
"kaley" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Up and and it some beautiful iconic woman or some amazing guy like some a-list actor and they're talking to in they're like if you don't mind i'm just gonna take a lifesaver right now. And then suddenly a mummy's gruesome knit freshly extracted from the tomb. Rises up and it's holding a pineapple lifesaver and celebrity goes and then the mit goes back down again in for a second revealed that there really thousands of years old and they've been raised by some incantation to leave the pyramid and stock the living feast upon their flesh. Anyway i one of those people. I'm a fairly youthful fellow. Yeah and then. I sometimes look down at my hands and i'm horrified moisturizer at all once want i don't want to be i'm not gonna use o'keefe's i to know the case and they're bunch of assholes. They grew up next door to the key. Like what's cam. can we work next. Let's take this shut off the ground. Pretend gets and lotion market in some egypt will buy it. I know i look down occasionally at my hand and i it really does look like A lab skeleton with a wedding ring on. So you can't the hands. Don't lie that's the message. You can get a handle handling. I don't think there is a hand if you what i think. They should market. Is mittens look like a younger hand. Oh you know so you just put mini-van and it's actually like a photograph of a much younger person's hand but i mean they noticed that fingers have no articulation that are things closed but still yells are big. Yeah whatever who cares the other nail stick on top occasionally they pop off but you can also eat them. They're made a little hard candies. That doesn't make someone sees you with. Hey come on his hands look really good and then i take off a nail and start chewing it. It's really marzipan. Someone market that. I want to sell. That's a great idea. Someone market that hands be young. Call it hands. Be young and your mittens. You put on your wrist or do you put it all. Is it a long at your wrist. Is it photo realistic. Yes photo realist. That as merch for this show. But it's yes hands that people can get. Yeah great idea girls. You want my freckled. Gnarled hands fresh from the grave by the way you horrifying. I can think of no. No i just. I'm trying to help people out. Because that's what i've noticed people ask me coin. And what's the one thing you've learned after twenty eight years of interviewing some of the biggest celebrities in the world day in and day out the hands. Don't lie so that should be the name of your memoir. People shouldn't say talk to the hand because the hand deceives way that's not right. Now that's right that's why people say talk to the hand because you'll get the truth. Yes heart now. That's not what talk to the hand means. No it does now though talk to like talk to him like don't talk to my face because it's not worth meaning of talk to the hand it would be conan. You look quite useful. Oh yeah talk to the hand. And then i raise my hand and suddenly they see well basically you ever seen someone who's from like nine hundred years ago and they died at tar pit. They fell into it nine hundred years ago while at and they dig them up and they're still some skin on their hand but they spent nine hundred years in a bog. That's my hands specific. That's my hand. Well the thing is though what you can do to help. That is moisturizing. I've given you the option to moisturizer. And you're discriminating against the hand lotion. I'm not gonna use. Oh keeps what the hell. I looked to the irish forgiveness and for knit caps nothing else. I really irish. If the irish made a car who'd oh did you hear this. A new is a new car on the market. It's called mick mulligan's no one's going to buy that car. Oh there's a new type of surgery they can do on your i. what's it called. Oh it's called demand. Molina's is surging. No i don't want that surgery. The irish irish names. Don't inspire trust unless it's guinness or really good tweet. Cap my heart. They say i have a problem with my heart valve. Oh you're gonna get an operation. You're going to get a bypass gonna yeah. I'm gonna thinking of getting one. There's a new procedurally have. It's called shameless. Mcmurphy ground out. Tight and twisty. Oh i don't want that surgery. How many times it works never work with. But he di. Everyone is on the table but it's fun procedure anyway. We can't waste any more time. We've got a fantastic yesterday. Yes guest Whose here in person yet. And this is so nice that she's turned person. Because as you know during these times these covid times we we talked to a lot of people remotely and it's been really good. It's been fine. We've been having a blast but it's just extra special and is and i really do. I'm just very grateful that you could be here in person. We both been very safe. She's here my guest today. Start as penny for twelve seasons in the hit. Cbs series the big bang theory. Now you can see her in the new. Hbo series the flight attendant kaley cuoco. Welcome getting noise. You're just.
"kaley" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Slash ten again gotta talk talk about something near and dear to my heart. Let's talk about zell. And i wanted to talk to people about zell for a long time. Oh yeah because here's the thing. It's a way to get money to somebody. What say you're sending money to somebody who has a bank account in the us and let's say they're already enrolled with zell. They'll get the money directly into their account. Typically i'm just gonna guess in minutes so you won't have to worry about waiting for the transfer that's the way to give someone money not the way my grandmother did which is she would push a coin into my hand and then crush my fingers around the coin the way superman could crush coal and turn it into a diamond. That's what my grandmother would. You should very strong hand. So as a she was a boxer in the nineteen twenties. So let's face it. It's a crazy year when it us. Zelda send money to show gratitude encourage a friend or family member. That's had a really tough time. If you wanna send a little something extra someone your life. Who's been helping you out online. Send me money Chances are you already have zell. Just open up your banking app and look for it. It's in the banking app of hundreds of banks and credit unions nationwide. This just makes sense. I've used l. many times. It's so much easier to pay back if you go to a restaurant in one person pays you just show you pay people back. That's the best joke. I've heard on this podcast in a while for paid me back. Why would i pay you back your much much more money than i know it is. That's how it works really. Yeah if you have a lot of money. You just pay for everything that i borrowed from a bank. The bank has a lot more money than i do. Then i give back to the bank. That's different that's tug. That's how credit works. Yeah you're my boss. You make more money than i do. So whenever we go somewhere you just have to pay for my food. That's true you know what. I'm glad you explained it to me. All right look for zell zales the way to go. Don't tie your money to iraq and throw it through a window. That's gotta stop. That's got to stop now. Don't tie it to a pigeon and send it and hope it gets to your aunt edna. Do you know what i mean. Don't flush it down the toilet and hope that it rides through the sewer and then burgos up into your friends toilet. The chances are one in equip. Drill look for zell and your banking app today high. My name is kaley cuoco And i feel giddy about being conan o'brien's friend now back to school walking lose and John hello welcome to conan. O'brien needs a friend or as it's written on all the sheets that i have someone here started putting just con af. That's the acronym for conan. O'brien needs a friend. I know what it is now. But i don't like it. It's not a good acronym. Because every time i see it on a sheet of paper it's like conan. His fuck is what it looks like to me. And so i. I swear to god i see all the time. And i'm like cohn af- well also the initials you like to use their co. be right. Not oh yeah. I've never been ceo. So when i cease cone half it just sounds like some skater. Punk really likes the the podcast tone in his fuck and then he does. He goes down a railing on his on his skateboard. This what are they. Call their skateboards their platforms. I have no idea they call them. He must have a cool word for their keys. You know more than we do. I don't know it's not a platform girls. No no but conan truly are conan his. Fuck no no no. I'm sure i'm wrong at the. Don't give me props for being right. We're going to get a lot of hate mail now. Hate mail get on board with no one gets on their platforms. I don't know i'm buying it. Maybe you should coinate. We're all right. Yeah platform it. Just really rolls off the dengue pro. What's crab are platforms and hit the ramp the rat. I don't know pipe right. I don't know. I don't know the big you i've.
Google's Amy Adams Harding on why digital newsrooms should 'act like an e-commerce player'
"Welcoming hike aliens great to hear lessons Yeah so maybe. Let's get started by going through some of the publishers that you work with are they mainly like news focus or do they really just kind of run the gamut. We are mainly focused on news. Kaley but as as you might imagine. News has taken on broad connotation as of late so We focus a lot on local news so working with publishers like lee enterprises or village media up in canada. All the way up through You know the great lady new york times. We work with newscorp the some of their publications so really does run the gamut. Yeah and it sounds like it really runs the gamut to with the new of maybe people on staff and like the size of the publications themselves it can be one or two people and it can be hundreds and it really does depend on the type of news publication that they're covering we also work with broadcasters for example and some longer form news content like business insider or some of the magazine publishers. That are more news focused. okay awesome. yeah so I imagine that at the beginning of twenty twenty the concerns that your publishers. That you work with I'm not sure if you call them clients or partners partners. Yeah i imagine that the concerns that some of your partners had at the beginning of the year are probably very different from the ones that Came into the picture and say march or april But can you talk about Maybe what some of those focuses were at the beginning of the year. That might not be as top of mind now in where some of the New focuses began coming into the mix. Yeah i'd say that it's it's not that the the focus of these publishers has shifted one hundred and eighty degrees but it has sharpened so for example One thing that a year ago we were working with many local news. Publishers are in a more nascent. Forum would be there reader revenue program. I mean we redirect revenue. We we all know that the new york times has made a tremendous success out of their subscription business. But this didn't always filter down to your much smaller local news players but ask the pandemic emerged in as we saw a large and quick drop in ad revenue local news. Publishers called us up and said wait a second. Everything that you've been telling us about forming our reader direct monetization strategy. The time is now. We need to lean on our readers to be able to support ourselves through these uncertain times with the pandemic so that i would say that it has sharpened and accelerated that focus for our local news players in particular. Okay yeah that makes a lot of sense and i know for some of the larger publishers. That myself in my teammates have been covering over the past few months A lot of them decided to remove the paywall from virus related content But that ended up being a pretty significant driver of new subscriptions. I would say You know it was kind of interesting balance of lowering the paywall on that content. Got people more familiar with the brand. Made them wanted to like to support the journalism. More Is that the same thing that happened with some of these smaller. Publishers or more local news based publishers. Did they do that same tactic. Or what were some of the strategies that they took on well whether they employed whether they even had a paywall to begin with Or not the top of the funnel was being filled by this increase in demand for news especially around corona virus and we had several large events globally and in this country so it wasn't just corona virus with that was kicked things off in the beginning of twenty twenty and so our news publishers large and small found that they needed to take advantage of this opportunity to create loyalty amongst their casual readers. And that's something that my team actually focuses on quite a bit That idea of user engagement funnel so capitalizing on the opportunity of what These very important and intense news stories introduced in the facts. We we've been working with a publisher in the philippines called wrap ler and they are one of the largest digital only on news publications. They are and they had concurrently both corona virus reporting as well as their local election and might team worked with them to capitalize on. How do you. How do you take these new eyeballs if you wanna think about it that way and introduce them to the importance of your product and drive loyalty because he can drive a user down that user engagement funnel you can Create loyalty loyalty is the largest predictor of reader direct revenue acquisition. So we worked with them and it was highly successful and they were able to create marge increases in both the readership and their revenue because they were on top of their Of the funnel and driving readers down the funnel
Chinese and Korean Esports Player News
"Moving into some china and korean player news with charge making two signings. One kaley from billy billy The joe or notes the hong academy and then choice a one the eps from ellen mystic both getting picked up to round out the charges new eps. Line the little bit. We got to watch of choice so want. Pretty good yeah. I'm digging that for the charge. They just kind of wholesale off let go of a big chunk of their host of their us their roster. You know all of the English speaking players. I believe have been let go so We've got a little bit of news today about the way the going. So it's pretty safe to say that some of these asian Korean teams rob. Not picking up too much any talent because it looks like we're going to be doing the two regions split again so we've got atlanta rain signing pelican from Oh to blast I believe it was one of the ones that stuck out in the matches that we spoke that we watched. I mean both o- had really good dp s line improper and pelican but properous believed to young which is unfortunate. it is what it is pelican. I think a lot of people are agreeing is going to be like a pretty solid Dps pickup for him. Really can kind of play. Everything and hopefully will be utilized better than they utilize or who is also incredibly talented. Gps plant but they only played a minute weird spots. I don't do and completely disappeared there towards the end of the season then another bit of sad news. I think he'd only been out of retirement for like less than a season. And that's visibility. Yeah announced retirement. Maybe one season. I think it was just this contenders month. Basically he played from july sui a the very end of july and then he played about four months from july to november. After taking only only two months. So hit i mean he really does a very quick retirement Unfortunate to see. But i think this could be one of those like okay. Maybe i'll come back like knows right to return the first place now. He's probably out now. Like i think that this is the official okay. I'm i'm out. i'm done good now. Retirement so unfortunate to seize incredibly skilled player but if he didn't have a good performances last couple of months on the last couple of teams. It's not meant to be i guess. And then we've got the spark signing man laghi the leash the no. We'll go with each. I like that Tank coming over from the are yet shanghai dragons academy team team cc and then mc de coming over from element mystic issues like we still don't really know what's going on with former element mystic is. It's weird but i'm digging the m. c. d. pickup for the spark player too bad.
Kaley Cuoco talks filming 'Big Bang Theory' sex scenes with her ex
"Kaley cuoco. She's got this new series. I'm kind of interested in coming to. Hbo max have you guys seen The on previous for the flight attendant. Yeah so she's been giving interviews and in one. She talks about big bang. Theory show runner. Chuck laurie my least favorite content. Creator live she says that She and johnny lucky like coupled up right as they started doing the show so pretty early on and then they broke up about two years later and she said suze broke up chuck. Laurie really increase the sexy stuff between their characters. Penny and leonard and she says she feels like he did it just like get at them just like needle her needle him and get back at them. She says because a legit came out of nowhere like penny and leonard word had this blossoming thing but then all of a sudden hardcore mackinaw in bed. She said It was a little sensitive there for a minute. But she doesn't have any hard feelings towards anybody and that she and johnny are closer than they've ever.
"kaley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Everyone's really hung up on setting. I generally. Here's what i generally do with my heat. I get the pan pretty hot with a high heat. And then i turned onto a medium to medium so it was all being cooked on medium and it took a while it was at least twelve minute cooking time. Six on each side. I'll give you a caramelized on it. There's a twelve minutes probably likelihood that this is how it tastes very. Don't you carl when you caramelized you. Add like some extras may. When i come on yeah yeah. You're going to do. Not what do you do. Three or four minutes of it. I douse him. With a good cooking sherry sherry could be regular shape. But then i love that. I'll cook off. It's real nice. It's so nice or it could be potentially drizzy waters for me right if i'm using. Siri has alcohol in it now. Cooks out building converts off. Okay all right. So i just to make sure i don't like portal in be like it's dinner served except for all right. Well it sounds. Like i was right right to thank you. Thank you thank you. We might be calling you throughout with cooking questions. This might have started cooking debate. That go on the fact all right. I love you ally. Okay kaley kimmy was so fun so fun. I feel a little bit because we mainly only talked about carl. I don't okay. I think she'd enjoyed talking about karl. She loves karl she married. And he's a horseman. I know we've never talked to a horseman. And if you have even proxy access to a horseman you gotta take. They're gonna get questions. Yeah a who wouldn't have a bunch of questions horsemen and you say horsemen or horsemen. Oh i don t any of those if you had to i would say horsemen because a horse man is like half like a centaur. Yes half horse half man. That's right one. Hundred percent american and texas by the grace ago texan by the grace of god. Do you guys have any scenes like that in georgia. I feel peach yet. But you know what they say. In texas american by birth texas by the grace of god elsa say the higher. The hair the closer to god okay. Great state pride they have..
"kaley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"It was like a plan thing the plastic so they they scoop it up in this trash bag that looked like the flooring. Oh did all the way you someone had thought. I was so amazed by this past it. I thought it was the coolest thing i've ever seen. This really wraps nicely back to what we were talking about whether we are dan lewis or not. Because all i'm thinking about like are we going to get these sandwiches cleaned up and under forty five minutes. We're going to do four. Takes this you know. We're talking about three hours now for the hours. We need a game plan in place. Sometimes when i'm out there. I take on everyone else's job they don't know thinking. Has anyone thought how we're going to clean these sandwiches. And i'm so concerned that the three hundred people that we have working here that no one's discussed how we're gonna do this. Well things dull sometimes. Don't and you've made that situation where you're waiting two hours to wait for sandwiches and i'm like do i i say something. Yeah exactly. that's the thing is it happens. All the time you realize there's this weird inflection point where two departments overlap and both zoom. The other one was going to handle this so true but they don't want the actor telling them how no they want you to know your lines and be good. What have between takes you over and you said the director yet. Just have a question about the scene so my character knocks over those sandwiches. And so who's cleaning them up. Yeah thanks for sure you're going or she thinks for sure you're going to say like why is my character. Klutzy is a one off where i lost my balance like where am i emotionally in the series. No i'm concerned about who's cleaning these fast. Because i want to get to lunch. I don't wanna be worried about this. Did someone bring extra trash cans food organic matter like us another. There's a plan in place. Well kaley not to be confused with monica's best friend. Kelly.
"kaley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I would love to say cocoa no respect you so i've been practicing saying cuoco job one. Here's something so crazy. My last name means cook and italian. I've gone by kaley cook for years right. It's obviously way easier for someone to say so. Even my dad we're younger. We are reservations. Would be under cook and our hotel. It was always cook. Because no one could spell it or do the so anyway. When i met carl i met carl cook. That's his name. So i mean. Isn't that really wild. So i didn't have to change anything. Well i'll tell you what monica. And i think i can speak for her in this moment as we are in monica's father's simulation you to kelly welcome welcome to my father's simulation so her father bought this really expensive simulation package. He's somewhere in a in a vegetative state experiencing this and applaud and in europe part of it and of course your husband's last name is the italian of your name. You know it's way too convenient and it's really just laziness on the designers of the simulations part just so you know sometimes they fuck up and they make the things to classify dental obvious and this circumstance really is now. I agree you win. From keighley coke. Cuoco cook to weli. Look i go my kaley kirk. Kelly cook that'll make it easier for you. I do have one question about ask. Carl cook and i don't know if you're comfortable answering it but you'll tell me i project my own fears and insecurities onto other people so i saw that. His father is so accomplish. Carl's father he is a director of ebay and some other giant company and he's just very successful so if i were you and i went to meet him. I'm already carrying baggage. That i have kind of a silly profession. I mean it's radical that you've made a lot of money doing it. So that part's cool. But just going like yeah. I say lines in front of an audience in your a bona fide genius built an empire. Were you at all feel fearful or insecure about that. It's funny. I was very nervous to meet my now inlaws for that exact reason obviously and they are so smart his mother too. She's extremely smart. Has a lot of credits to her name. And in fact scott my father-in-law credits signi my mother-in-law with all his success. They were together before they had anything before they owned a car. So they've been together this whole time and he really credits are with how he got to where he is today. But i was very nervous and even even moments where i still. They're the most what's amazing. They're the most wonderful people. I still am the most wonderful people in the world. They're so down to earth. You'd never know. Even when i met carl in the equestrian world. Look it's known that you got to have money. It's a little looked down upon because of that and it's a little shoe and people get mad and they're like well of course carl can do it because his family can do this and dealt with that for a lot of years and he became known a little bit in the equestrian world is kind of. I don't wanna say the word jerk but he started a recoil and get real quiet sure if was embarrassed because he felt that's what everyone was looking at him and he kind of turned into different person. Now that we've met. And i do feel like i've brought out amazing different side of him that he's a totally different personnel. I've said that you know who you are. And that's what's so amazing..
"kaley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"It came up so naturally talking to annalisa thing. Monica still really quick when one plays a witch serious. Like let's just say daniel day-lewis dan lewis. If he was gonna play a witch right. He would've learned everything about the history of the witches and he would have probably done some pretty accurate. Which stuff i guess. Yea i wouldn't at all. I would watch like a cartoon or something. Did it even cross your mind. Like i should brush up which our no okay. I just want to know where your if you're on the spectrum of the dan lewis spectrum. No i'm definitely on the year spectrum. That's not my no. It was all like i mean. It was charmed cute. And which i heard. A new charmed is out. I think fantastic just in time. But i know just in time for your spooky season. Oh man your power. What was your power on charmed. I could move things with my mind. Tell till i'll be okay so you want to hear something interesting. We would have never known this. But yesterday we interviewed this expert. A religious studies professor who studies exorcisms. And he actually told us why. Which is ride. Brooms we've found this out yesterday. Yeah ding ding rookie season. Do you want to know why. I was trying to think of i. If i've heard this i feel like this came up when i watched harry potter one night and someone had this conversation. You go ahead you tell me because attention now. Kurt love harry potter you know. Tell me tell me okay. So they would accuse these women in germany of witchcraft right and they would say that they had committed the sands in this area of the forest and people would start asking like how logistically did they get to that area the force in back it was travel back then was just so impossible so right the accusations that these women were doing it was impossible so they literally just because they wanted to believe that part so bad that they had gone to the specific forest to perform this ritual. They had to invent a way that they could have possibly gotten there and they said that they can ride brooms. Did i get that right. Monica yeah i think so. I tuned out. But i think did it right. You little just going to bring you into this monica. Because i've only talked to kelly's in my whole life in two of them. I spoke with in the last twenty minutes. I had a theory. We're going to say that but this is a problem with name so my best friend. Who's in town is named as kelly in yours is kaley. Yes no but a lot of yes. Minors kaley but a lot of people usually get it wrong. They say kelly. I didn't hear you say kelly did you know. Is isaac kaley the whole time every time. He's calling my friend the wrong name. That's what it is. Yeah gotta prioritizing. This moment monica. I'm going to say yeah. Okay okay i honestly. I didn't even notice because people get my last name wrong. So often that noticing. My first name is like wouldn't even matter to me. I've been practicing all day. You have. I want to say cocoa..
"kaley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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"kaley" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Ooh welcome welcome. Welcome to armchair expert a mike shepherd. I'm joined by minister. Mouse ninister msa. Is that the next step for me. Joined either the clergy or can't you be a minister in court like a barrister. Don't believe i'm losing confidence. Map thoughts rapidly nosedive. Whoa what if unguessed okay. Oh fun she was a ten fun. Yeah kaley cuoco. Perfect really wrestle with her name kaley cuoco. It's the quo that gets me. I like that part. Cuoco you say kaley cuoco zone a little weird at the very cuoco. It almost sounds like you have like Like he's wezi like whatever that speech impediment is felt like rabbit the o. Like i'm going to try to sound like okay. A hunting web. It's not a good impersonation i'm gonna stop. I don't think i know it enough to he. Goes sh be quiet. I'm hunting web it but that's a bad impersonation that's pretty much. What happens okay. Oh jeez toys. Cuoco lee cuoco. She was of course on big bang theory. The most successful shows of all time eight simple rules as you'll discover charmed i go into and she has a new show. That looks absolutely incredible. Called the flight attendant and it is on. Hbo max starting november twenty six. We have one more thing to say. Oh before we enjoy kaley cuoco. I want to announce that we have.
Mindy Kaling secretly gives birth to second child
"Failing announcing that she quietly welcomed her second child a baby boy named Spencer a few weeks ago. She revealed that news during a virtual appearance on the late show with Stephen Colbert off something extraordinary that nobody knows up until this moment. Yes I'm. I'm telling it for the first time. Now feels so strange but I had a I give birth to a baby boy on September third. Don't even knew you were pregnant. I know. It's this is news to a lot of people. It's true. Well, congratulations. That's wonderful. That was one of so. You said baby boy. Did you say baby boy? Navy boy okay. Do we have a name yet? Yes Oh? Yes. He has a name his name is Spencer Guess. The most common part of this fencer Kaley.
Nobel Peace Prize recognition is an amazing day, saysUN food agency
"The announcement that the UN. World. Food program or W P as one the twenty twenty Nobel Peace Prize is being described as an amazing day for its workers in the field. Put their lives on the line to help at risk communities. That's the message from Matthew Lyndale head of the agency's South Sudan operation in these interview with your. News Johnson. He's been explaining how the one thousand in two hundred strong humanitarian team there has been helping communities hit by the worst flooding in decades ongoing violence. So we're thrilled today to have received the Nobel Peace Prize for Twenty Twenty there are a thousand, two, hundred, and fifty will food program start working in south Sudan. Relieve your hunger for and feed more than five million people a year and clearly south Sudan for the World Food Program is one of the most complex operations. A country that's face decades of violence. But it's also having to Manage Economic Downturn Cove nineteen locust infestation more violence which continues persistently and now more recently floods have affected more than eight hundred, thousand people. So for all of WFP in south Sudan a country where we were very hard to to demonstrate the link between violence and hunger and try and stop that link rake that that relationship so that we can actually change people's lives for the better future for us. This is just an amazing day. It is certainly excellent use agency for the more than twelve hundred workers on the ground. You say, maybe you could give me some insight into what they're doing not just in terms of the emergency following the devastating flooding that had which has been the worst in decades. I remember you briefing is just a couple of weeks ago on this, but also in terms of the development projects on the ground to help. Resilience for these communities can go home. So in South Sudan Kaley, there is a massive emergency failure of work given the enormity of the food insecurity problem that the country faces and only in the last five years we faced thirty one pockets of famine. It gives you an idea about how significant the problem is here, but it's not the only problem that we need to face and it's not an emergency response is not the only tool. In all too. But obviously what we're also trying to tune in south Sudan is really the poster child for bringing Emergency Response Development activities and this building activities together as warm and part of that obviously is to change the fundamental problems that are faced by so many south Sydney citizen's issues of isolation, the issues of inequality and yet criti- and marginalization all of which creates the breeding ground or conflict and violence. So through our programs where we`re Supporting rural farmers to be more productive to have enough food for their own communities. But more importantly to create a surplus that they can trade with other communities to link those communities together to link farmer's markets and other markets and thereby creating a positive relationship across ethnic divides US Mutiti divides. Can Act they bring people together these. These that we want to invest more. Easily. Recognized I think in this these fries today and it's not just south Saddam redoing these things but also fundamentally desperately trying to show but those that would manipulate burst the time and have manipulated in the past I held accountable so that this change in south Sudan, it's a country that frankly we've been in for fifty years too long and we aim to make sure that we are not needed in this country. We've talked to make those linkages between development aid and is go and obviously we wish you very best to that and your teams in very difficult circumstances millions have been experiencing displacement and conflicts just last week the Human Rights Council highlighted a report that talked about the use of starvation. As a weapon of war, we've heard even worse than that soldiers being offered the chance to rape women in communities in you of payment I mean, you just can't imagine the kind of conditions. But when you go into a community with the WFP Bana, what is it that the agency brings? What is the agency's added value? So in South Sudan because we've built relationships with communities of the decades of presence here because we are, you know twelve hundred plus strong organization with presence across ten states and a deep relationship with the communities we serve where known entity and we have the logistics tools in our toolbox to be able to access areas. We the helicopters, planes, all-terrain vehicles, canoes, bogs, boats you. We have an enduring sir. We're able to meet people's needs when they're the worst, but we're also able to support organizations other organizations as well as community leaders themselves to make a difference in their communities. So what we are. From perspective able to do is anyone really Priam? Times as a facilitator to bring you a organizations to bring communities together that typically have had problems coming together in this country since twenty eleven since its independence country who vicious periods of civil war and has persistent national conflict local conflict walk WFP has is now trying to do is trying to ensure that our food security presence. Can Be used by other partners because we in this on our own to really facilitate a change in this environment, a fundamental change in what is causing an enabling violence to contain one
"kaley" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"So, you know. News. Snow. Me close close me. Braise that pays on point seven. Kaley kaley? What are you doing today? Driving. Thank you. Oh, get it, right. Get tight Budi, right? Okay. You gotta let that X know what he missing So out you. on. Khalid and better hit his kiss. FM. Not bad. Thank you. That. The..