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Fresh update on "kathryn" discussed on The Frankie Boye Show
"S where people who have taken the vaccine and have consequences can report them and there are a lot of reports. Unfortunately that website the government website has Without a lot of reports, But there are dangers for people who have autoimmune diseases. There is certain dangers with other diseases, and it goes to what you were saying earlier. How judgmental we have become. And we've taken up this fight to hate somebody, and it seems like we love to hate instead of love to love, And that's a very disturbing characteristic for society because that doesn't Code well for the continuance of civilization in Uh, I I absolutely agree with you. I absolutely agree with you. And I just, You know, I just long for The I long for a time when we can agree to disagree that you're entitled to your belief systems. You're entitled to what you see and feel and believe I'm entitled to mine. And to respect people to respect each other. And I don't know if that's asking too much, but it seems like it might be at this time in our culture and in our society and the other fact that go ahead. I'm sorry. Oh, no, no, I was go ahead. Was interrupting you here, so I believe that when I was growing up, we were taught These kinds of, uh, niceties in school. We had to have good citizenship, which meant we had to have Compassion and cooperation and behave and see things from a positive point of view, and that isn't being taught anymore. I don't think I think we've had two generations of people that have grown up on violent movies and films and and YouTube and have not been taught To be kind to be gentle that that is a good way to be. Oh, yeah, Absolutely. And I would love for you, um to share with us. This piece, this mental illness, the stigma this whatever is happening, and Simone Biles is bringing it to our attention. But why are we not able to comprehend that? If we don't stop something we could break in a bigger way, then? That moment that we do not participate. Well, I think that the culture we have lived in You know, Rambo is our hero, right? He's the big hero. He's alone. He doesn't care. He's out there. He's going to fight everybody off. Uh, we have been taught one that were big and strong and invincible. We haven't been taught to be sensitive. And to be balanced at all. We have been taught to ignore our feelings and to keep going, no matter what, Even if we should be dead, we need to keep going. So we've been taught a lot of things that don't bode well for some more long term exists. And large society societies, never in the history of the world were as violent as ours is today. It's um It's really It is really sad and you write about stress and you write about and you deal with it in your practice, Doctor Athens Tell me a little bit about why your your concerning you're so concerned about us stuffing it in not dealing with this stress, not dealing with their feelings. One of the things that people don't realize. Is that these negative feelings have energy and it's like a cacophony. It's like somebody singing out of tune or banging out of rhythm in your body and your body has a natural rhythm, and it's trying To maintain it so it can be absolutely and when we come back from break, we will continue with Dr Kathryn Athens. She is our guest today. What's the best website Doctor? Oh, if people would go to Catherine Athens PhD dot com Remember, just spell Athens at th A, N F and Catherine with his C We'll be right back. Stay tuned. Frankie Boy, Europe is Chuck radio Call my main I'll be there in a hurry. You don't have to worry, baby. There ain't no mouth and high Hi. My name is Peter, founder of Ruby Bees. I developed a product to help my daughter Ruby. She suffers from cerebral palsy. She suffers from seizures. She can't talk, communicate or feed herself..
An Outsider Finds Suspense in Hollywood
"Catherine steadman joins us now from london. Her new novel is called the disappearing. Act kathryn thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me so we should say up front. That many people will know your name as an author. This is your third book but also as a successful working actress. What made you decide to write. Acting has low downtime. Even when you have a job you'll in trailers or your in 'cause going to sat. I dunno persons of sis reading so many scripts will the time i sort of go into in the beca of just the sheer quantity of things that get sent to you before he could actually get apart and something. The quantity of stories i read. I just thought. I'll give it a go and it was wanted to burke and people say i'm you know i'm writing about marching burkan and then it gets to a point where you sort of don't want them anymore. So i so i won't tell anyone i'm doing because i could stand the pressure of people constantly asking me how it was going so i just all right set one tiny. When i'm writing it. I'll see how far guys if i finish and yeah it's been a process since then you'll pretend to be knitting like all the other actors. Yeah exactly or i do not. Oh my phone when i working in my trailer so it can often look like i'm playing angry. Birds or something for match easy. My notes out. Are there other ways besides giving you copious downtime and your trailer that being an actor has informed your work as a writer in terms of piecing or characterization or anything god yes yes you got a real feel for what works at a seen. And what doesn't you'll be there on the day on set. The scene isn't quite whacking. And you know if you've got a good direct to the lafon just say to the actors. Why don't you see where it goes or will look keep the scene running a bit longer. It's your guys. not true. Impulse towards improvising is really helpful and always say to other actors. Like you'll thinking about writing that you should because that muscle is translatable into writing as much as is intact
NYC Mayoral Primary Thrown Into Chaos by Officials' Bungle
"New York city's first mayoral contest using ranked choice voting has been thrown into chaos after city election officials posted incorrect democratic primary vote counts and then withdrew them attics including the current mayor say the mistake by the city's board of elections proves it's not equipped to handle the new ranked choice system board officials apologized for their error and said they would release new results for in person voting in the June twenty second primary today the results they released yesterday and then withdrew appeared to show former city sanitation commissioner Kathryn Garcia narrowly trailing Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams with civil rights lawyer Maya Wiley in third place final results in the primary could be weeks away a hundred and twenty five thousand absentee ballots still need to be added to the count I'm Julie Walker
Former Pro Cyclist & Activist Kathryn Bertine on What She Loves About Cycling
"Did you like about cycling. I'm just curious physically team wise this the training whatever like what like what. What brings you back to the bike deputy. It's the same vibe. That i got from rowing from the sense of eunice in you really are just at your accrue. You are eight women working together as one unit and it's very similar in cycling although you're not all conjoined by bicycle little different they're quite by it would be it would be. I've seen evidence of those bikes in our but they don't race on those so Yeah it's it was definitely something for me. That had that cohesive teamwork element and not a lot of people who are new to cycling. Know that it's a team sport you know. They think it's just a whole bunch of people in the fastest one wits but what happens behind the scenes of cycling which is really really entertaining. The fans is how those teammates worked together in a chess format. You know from attacking to defending two time trialing there so many different roles bike racing once. I understood how that works are was just transfixed by the team element. So that's what. I love about it from the mental capacity. You know trying to solve this chess game with the team and And then from the physical capacity rowing cycling and skating and running really share the same use of the dominant quadriceps muscles. And so. I love that physical release. It's like my body understood cycling. And of course i love the endurance element of it too. So for me that. That was like this perfect package. I love this sport awesome. Well yeah that's a fun. I i like i. I don't understand the racing very much but when you do see like on television and talk to pro racers like definitely. There's a big part of putting the pieces together like you said a chess game. That's that's a good way to describe
Mosquito-borne Encephalitis Virus Outbreak Enters 3rd Year
"May not be as severe as the threat of covid. But in a pre pandemic world, mosquitoes were the things to worry about. Just take a look back at 2019. That was an unprecedented year for the mosquito borne virus, infecting 12 people and killing three. We have not had that many cases in one year since the 50 that state epidemiologist Dr Kathryn Brown, and she says that we're still getting through a three year outbreak of Tripoli 2019 sinister than the first year of one of our three Your outbreak cycles and 2020 activity was also high. So we are planning for 2021 could be the third year of our outbreak by Paul the state began trapping and testing mosquitoes last week. Tim Don WBZ
"kathryn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Sorry i'm helping listen matt. i'm serious. The cone drones. This is fantastic. It's picture an army of like drones. I just wanted to go. We got to chip away at this conan gray thing because i look at this guy he looks. He looks like a million bucks. I hear that he sounds great. Can't compete with that. I'm i'm brought him like an old pumpkin and the sun and this guy is coming up fast. He's i think. There's two ways to analyst either have the drone army google your name to raise it higher in the ranks or google conan the barbarian to surpass conan gray. No your ide is stupid first. Ideas genius thrones to drive me way up high in the google search so that conan gray fades like the gray light at dusk. You want to destroy this. Young man's career destroy it. He can do other things. They still have copy shops. You get like a king county. Yeah things he can do. He's got a whole life ahead of him i do. I have left one fifty. We don't know but conan gray is here to stay. Well here's the thing that's weird is that it started off with this this person asking if they should name their kid. Coney you said please you said let's make you more famous. That kids going to surpass no list. You know what can i say. And i don't mean to. This woman reached out and asked me for a favor. But we've got bigger things to worry about now. And i can't be. I can't get bogged down in your problems. Named the kid conan. Don't i just gotta jump out of this one. It's the coenen gray thing you've now made me aware of that. his triggered my fight or flight reflex. Okay and i have to do something. Okay i get the cone drones to put me ahead of conan gray. I just had a horrible realization right. What happens when you go. Gray haired people are going to google conan in. That's why i'm buying all these wigs. I bought all of lucille. Ball's old wigs at false state sale. I have six hundred. Lucille ball vintage wigs at the estate sale. And i'm going to start applying them. You're gonna see me. Nineteen fifties lucy sixty s lucy. Here's lucy lucy's back. You're going to see all stone pillow. Lucy when she Did her star. Turn as a homeless person share. I remember that yeah that way. It's not a great whig but the point is i'm i've thought ahead about this and conan gray. It's nothing personal. It's just you're me man. It's your me and i've got to win. Okay okay. the other realization ahead is just us discussing. This is gonna make every listener go. What's this conan gray local you in. Yes and then. They're going to look him up. You know what. Don't i will say. No no no no. Don't there's something. I noticed a virus or something on that google search. I know exactly how computers work. But i'm getting yes techs. Now this is oh god. I can't believe this is too bad for the kid yet is a virus menu. Look up his name and that gets right in. Your phone is already got into my phone and a blue foam is coming out of it now. I wouldn't go on that but it says here few. Oh if you google conan o'brien oh that's cool Yeah you get a free crispy cream doughnut. Well rocket book. I hope we helped yeah. I'm sorry i forgot your problem. Sorry i didn't really listen. Good luck with whatever's happening. I think it involves a human life..
"kathryn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I know. I was in sochi samba. Play the sound book asshole. There's no one else. Even if it doesn't matter but i remember i remember staying up very late to make that costume out of. I think it was a refrigerator. A maybe a dryer or laundry box right yet. The book of psalms trying not to trip. Because i would be very embarrassing and then it was like i was in. I mean i was just n n n n talking to you. It's almost like you're out of time and this is why i feel this way. I feel kindred spirits. You because you and i were kind of always felt i was kinda supposed to be around in the eighteen ninety s h and. It's like playing doing five shows a day and coming out and going like hey folks on let me tell you something i don't doing and i've always had that and i look at you and i think okay. This is someone else who i talked to. And even though you've grown up in the modern era and you're a very young person. I'm looking at you like well. No comparative to me your your your child compared to me and i'm looking at you and i'm thinking i talked to like. Yeah when i was three i was in hickory hideout polar at the bijou theatre for six years. That was the second half of a horse costume to partner for a while. And you know he did at someone's act on fire the footlights. I love it. That's exactly it. that's why i was. I was like okay. Gotta talk to this. Kathryn hahn because whatever it is. We're traveling misguided journey. Both of us love it so much. I'm telling i'm telling you when. I said that at the beginning of this. Like i want to be your friend conan o'brien. I really really really do. Do it from the beginning and i i. I'm a polite mid westerner. And i didn't wanna presume okay. You know what it did. It took me about an hour. But i got you from know it feels like ally. I'm desperately want to be my friend and that that means that this has been a successful literally. Listen i want to thank you so much for. You're a delight. And i. I'm just very excited to see what you do next. And i can't wait to see you in person to let me see you once this world Changes enough that we can all hang. It would be nice to.
"kathryn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I know what i'll through q. And on actually reality bowl rings. Got mr into all kinds of weird stuff. The show in boston. Which was actually. I think aired a in other cities as well as called zoom very prescient and it was very i know and it was a very yes. Did you see zoom. Yeah we're on a podcast and you're doing a hand gesture going like this and stay with you and i have no idea what i was hollowing. No it was zero. The show is come on zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom. Come on give it a try. You know and kids got on zoom and i remembered in high school a guy telling me like that was a girl who was on june. We're all like. Oh my god that might have. That was the most. I couldn't believe that. I knew a guy who dated a girl who was on zindler. Yeah when have you looked at footage of yourself at that age performing and thought okay. You're doing a good job. There good job catholic or you look at it in horror. I mean i a little bit of both. i wasn't wa wasn't like nailed it. Like i was definitely had a dorothy hamill haircut headline i had one. We were horrible. Wait a minute. I when you were singing that zoom zoom zoom jingle like all. I could imagine what we're the gentleman who were just half sloshed. Like so like basically alcoholics trying to compose it in. Someone's being on a keyboard just reeking of cigarettes. There's like a tone of sadness to that jingle that i can't get out of my head now. Zoom zoom zoo ghana's zuma's zoom zoom zoom. Come on give it a try god. There's something about it. That's very sad No i don't know if. I look back and i'm like nailed. It was interesting. I don't know if you ever did this. Kids we've all experienced child actors and there's a whole range. I mean hardcore fans of ours. No that really early. On in the runner show we used to do fake guests and try and fool the audience and we had a young woman on a i mean she must have been maybe eleven or twelve and she came out there and i announced with all seriousness that she was was in her like andy. Kaufman stage of you know audience. And so we brought her out and we said that she's Like she's won the national spelling championship. And so she came out and she did a really good job she nailed it and the joke was that she couldn't spell anything and the audience was really embarrassed. But then i think they eventually they learn that they realized. Oh this is a this is a joke. The actress was terrific and it was. It was only years later that someone said by the way. That was scarlett johansson. Oh yeah and she's on this old late night clip. You can look it up this of the spelling bee this Champion oh i'm gonna look it up but i i used to remember. Is that the kids whose mom was clearly. The mom drilling this into them but a kid. Who has maybe five coming up to me backstage at late night or maybe older like eight. I'm going to say eight but going. Excuse me mr brian. Just want to say my peter. And i am such a fan of the worth you have dial in late night. It is so prescient. You have the ability to hold audience. Both comedic lee but also it was an intelligence any hustle. You can tell that this has been branded under their form. They don't know who i am. Their mother said go and talk to that tall red haired woman over there convince him just so i felt so bad for these kids rough. I do too. You can tell when there is a joy in a child's i and then when you can tell when they've just been plied when they're just getting plied with candy takes that's maybe why they're there because they're being offered candy like it's so it's really like a. Yeah i mean. I was a curtain polar at the cleveland playhouse. Like i was in it. I'm telling you the i was i. I played salty the songbook. Ps a. l. t. y. In church in a plane called salty the psalm book. That was i. Think my first production. I've ever done. That's the role to get in that production. It's the.
"kathryn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"You should. Your hair looks amazing. By the way looks tale you can put a heavy wax on. Anybody has a good mask recommendation. I could really use it but yeah like my cousin. Got me a job at a hair salon of newark. And when i got. I went to grad school. I got my first gig out here. On a medical procedural show called crossing jordan crossing jordache as we affectionately called it and i played a medical a grief counselor in a morgue and which consisted of me having to sit across from one amazing guests are after the other who had to just drop into the most intense crying scene like you could possibly for like a daffodil day like it was like just amazing watching these people have to like pull it together and pull it out so that was like a real just a real school for sure but i never felt like i didn't know i just couldn't find my creative self. It just didn't marry. I didn't i was trying to. I was like acting of being an actor almost like i. I just didn't feel my authentic performer. Self that i felt when i was on stage really until mid thirties. We have such a youth culture dead so many people think if you haven't blown up by the time you're twenty two or twenty three you're screwed and yet that's true if you're if you wanna be a major league after maybe if you wanna be a supermodel that's alary no i. I love old old. Bowery just set forty five. I like when it starts at forty five. And then they really come into their own in their sixties and the bones are giving out but they just they just hit hit their stride. But i think what's so nice about you getting this that the rule of agatha is that there's something eventually it brought together all of these things that you can do that you have access to that took you years to find and just genius casting. They thought of you. It's almost as if it was written for you. But i don't think i think they're very few people who could have done that very few people who could have you know who could have played it because you had to play such different realities and the and the way that you guys Would switch realities. It's a sitcom but then it's really not and it would keep evolving in have menace there but you're also fun to watch. I can't think of someone else who would do that as well. I think that that took you that just takes a long time to be able to do that. I mean i guess you know what's so interesting about all of this is like you just it. You're right you're right not to get too highfalutin. I'll try not to like does feel like this thing just kind of happened. Like it's a gig and this was like something happened in this particular gig. That was that called on something. That was awesome timing. I'm going to hazard a guess that while you're doing it you probably felt. Oh i know exactly. Yeah i know what the i know what this is and you said earlier you know in my twenties or whatever i felt. Were there other times where. I felt false. We all know what that feels like. I did a lot of tv. Especially early on. I felt like i. I'm trying to be this thing. And i hope people think i am this thing and then it took a long time for me to just. Yeah own that thing sounds dirty old when you were so you were a like just generosity. I just will never forget it like. I'm not the only person you know all this but just to be such for no reason to be sitting there on your couch on your talk. Show.
"kathryn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Shirt under medical medical conditions over the top facial. Yeah like so long so we were laughing about the long game that somebody had been playing like it was so weird and so amazing the size of the mouth in that mean that went around. I was like cheese low. We look at that face. I mean and i have no social media. So i was being sent by so many different like factions of my life. It was very funny. Just of course. So surreal and an for tavern in this chapter has just been like what as reality. It's a weird. It's also weird. That's nice. I mean i've always had this Fury about show business. Which is you have to keep going into the casino in pulling the lever and i try to tell that to young people which is that. They should gamble now. No i gotta get to various and you've got to get a lot of coins what i'm trying to tell them. Is you have to keep going back in putting yourself out there which you did. I mean you. You had a very good and healthy career before this latest triumph and so you're known and respected but you kept going back into it in different ways and i believe that that is the part that is actually as important as the talent somehow. I didn't really have any grand expectations. Like i didn't know what it was going to look like but there just wasn't an option for me like i just wasn't actor so i didn't know if it was gonna be on. I couldn't really see myself on a big screen like that. Seems really out of a different again. Like i didn't see myself as having the felt too far away from me in cleveland. I just did it but it was. There was no doubt that it was going to be. That was my life. And i put myself whatever school. There was a lot of just like what i was talking about. Just like a lot of time as a receptionist at a hair salon like oh of time like no because you were very good at that. Maybe.
"kathryn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"In line for a no pain. Nudity job your. What are no pay. Nudity job that my husband. What is it. I listen. I don't know i never showed up. You know exactly. I don't know now. You're this version of catherine. Who doesn't even know what it is. I really want you to explain to me. Because i honestly don't know there's a job where you're nude and you don't get paid. They want to be very clear. Upfront that if you want this credit there's gonna be no pay and also you're going to be nude if you still showed. Yeah i think so. I think i did. I swear to god. Eighty six to eighty eight was a no paid nude. Yes you know in my situation. When word got around and they saw the footage i was paid not to be supported myself for a year and a half not taking my clothes awesome new york city. Great paying gig. I made hundreds of thousands close on leave placed in looks like spam. Yeah but it really does open a can of spam. And i'm encouraged anyone to do that and look at it and that is what my chest looks like. Insure comes off the color of my legs right now. Looks like a fetal schick. Ekg hail blue pink like if the palest is almost pale blue collar of my legs. You know what this is. This is the exact opposite of dirty talk on the phone. I've got chess. Like spam fetal kale. I from a from a chicken did died before it could be patched. And i'm like oh yeah let's meet up. What's so funny. Is that you. And i both have the ham bone deeply embedded in our souls Constantly mugging and doing faces and on. It's exhausting. And i have that like i. I know. I definitely feel like i need to come home. And just shut the machine down completely and my son is on me now. Who's fourteen and a half and he just looks at me with such like kind of like a wistful kind of like a sadness for me. Like i feel so sad that you have to work so hard all the time. You don't have to work that hard. It's okay like we've got your we're okay like we. We've got you so i totally. I totally hear you in that department. I've been doing better the older i get. I certainly in my twenty and thirties. It was like i would do. I was doing serious serious theater. Like i thought that's what i wanted to do and i was that way in in my family growing up like it was like a hard dinner tate. We always used humorous like like hard humor. That's what we always did. I tried when i was in grade school to be in series productions of things have serious parts. And then i realized i actually did this. And a shout out to my old Music and drama teacher. Mrs steele but she. I was in a production of some show and it was a serious show. I didn't have a huge part. But i started to. I remember i was. I think it was oklahoma. It was not not that. That's the most serious show. I didn't have the most comedic part. And that's supposed to hold a A rifle i learned all these tricks with it. And i was doing tricks with the rifle and pulling focus and people were laughing and then i had a line and i remembered i started living off my line and like i broke the fourth wall at one point because it went such to my head and i was like well. That's a pretty good question. And then i turned the instances. When do you think the audience laughed. And the mrs steele said pt for seconds after the show. Because you don't you ever. Mike hong got big last characters. But what i'm saying. Is i understand that and my i think also my learning ground to and i remember very much thinking. Oh it's all about the dinner table. And i think bill murray said everything you need. He needed to learn about comedy. He learned at his dinner table. Or it's like thirty murray's sitting around the table. And i absolutely believe that it was all about the table. Who can score can get dad to really laugh. Who can kinda run the table. That was what it was all about. Absolutely it was my mom. Just like s- cutting down just like sleight just cut like at the knees like she just could just by. I mean she just knew exactly how to just like my dad would say one thing and then she would just like saw seven half and we would all be laughing but it was like she was. It was a tough tough table. So when your father walkout on the marriage it was so contesting testing. My mom would just my mom would cut him off at the especially never what happened to your dad walked though it sounds horrible. It was.
"kathryn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I. My name is kathryn. Hahn and i feel. I feel like i'd be lying about being conan o'brien's friend because i don't really know him and i'm excited to get to know him today Hey conan o'brien here. Welcome to another episode of conan. O'brien needs friend. My never ending quest to force very talented people in the business in the world of politics and just In the world of life to be my friends often against their will. And i'm joined always by matt chorley. Hey guys you do a great job. Matt really do. I don't know what you do but you do it very well. Oh well how do you know. I do a good job. I don't know. I wouldn't probe this too deeply just said it quickly to give the Very thin patina of kindness. That i know is required. If people like me and moments like this and you don't want to test this at all you're a mench thank you bare minimum Speaking of the bare minimum. Sonal thank you very much for doing. You know the job that you do not to its fullest. But the job that you do pleasure to be here as always just such a joy to be with you in the same room. I do have something to talk to you about sony and this is an actual concern of mine. Okay and. I think our audiences aware that sona is very pregnant now with twin boys. Yes and you are going to be. Bring them into the world With any week now any week anytime yet. And i'm going to be very honest about. This is not a bit something. I felt a little bit. i am a middle child in a family of six and In my family. I could often feel a little bit lost in the shuffle l. Which can happen and now for eleven years you've worked for may twelfth. I said worked so You've been with me for twelve years. Yes i was your priority. You didn't always act like it. But i was your no but i was your priority and now that priority i think is going to shift because i think it's going to shift when these twin boys show up. You think it's going to shift. I have yes. I believe that. That's a possibility you think there's still a chance you are going to be my biggest priority in life. Yeah your best case scenario is that. There's one twin then you than another. I don't ask not going to happen. I feel some of the same feelings. I felt back in the early seventies when My youngest brother justin was born. He was the six. And i remembered. Feeling another one. I'm more into obscurity. And of course they made a big deal about justin and my father was like oh justin's going to be the smart one and justin will be the good one and i remember it feeling. It was a tough time. That watergate was happening The country was still recovering from the vietnam war and then of course plunged more into obscurity with each additional child. Now you're me through the same trauma by having twins. And i'm wondering how i'm going to figure into your life once the twins show first of all. You're a man in your fifties now late forties. Let's say no it's definitely not fifty ethic mid forty. Now it's a man in my early forties the fact that you still have these feelings is troubling but also you know you're right for a long time. I was single. I was having a good time. Like i could having really good time. Relax and then and then it came in the picture. I'm sorry but tack. My husband is also a bigger priority. To me is really yes. He's my spouse. he's my life partner. But i pay you know. That's not how life works. it's like liza is a bigger priority to you. you know. And that's how family's works. I don't know what that makes. Can you tell me what you think in in terms of rank priority. The what's the priority list in my life. What do you think it is show business. I up boy. Oh i'm just telling you what my that's how i wake me up in the middle of the night and go spend there's trouble and i'll say what the show podcast. What's the problem okay. That's what i do. Just wake me up in the middle of the night. No something terrible happened. what my career. What then. I'll start asking questions about children and wives and parents and stuff like that. What do what do you think the list is in my life like. How do you think you rank. I understand having to have close to similar billing with tack. But i would think the order should be me tack very close. Second ta podcast. Children got my god so the way i see it now is it's okay. I my dog. What yes my. God this is larry. You're both crazy. You know what i love. She's all about her dog. She carries her dog around. She's one of those people. Oh okay just had an idea. I tell oh you hear what oak did last night when he do. He was thirsty. So i put out water and he drank it. He is not a good story. That's the. That's the kind of shot the sony always saying and i keep telling her when these twins show up. You're going to forget your dog. you just are. Because that's what happens and you refuse to believe me. I think you guys are both too close to it. You're too in the thick of it. I think that natural priority order is your two twin sons. Yeah husband your dog me. So who's our guest today. I feel like it's nineteen seventy-three all over again your ted now. You're you're late fifties. No i was ten then but still somehow. I'm only in my late thirties. I'm working on my publicist on a new date of birth. We'll get to that very soon. Move on to to better things. My my guest. Today is a very talented actress. You know from such movies how to lose a guy in ten days bad moms and spiderman into the spider verse man. Is she having an incredible renaissance. You can now as agatha harkness in the hit disney plus series one division as. She absolutely kills it. Everyone's talking about her. I'm thrilled with us today. Kathryn hahn welcome. I'm.
Chloe Zhao Becomes Second Woman to Win Best Director at Academy Awards
"Socially distance Night at the Academy Awards and a history making diverse night. Even if you don't count occupy live from Hollywood, Davey sees Jason Chuck. It is historic for the Oscars as Nomad Land director Chloe Zhao takes home best director. The Chinese born Zhao was was the first woman of color nominated for the award, and she's now the first woman of color to win. And she's only the second woman in history to ever win best director, the first being her locker's Kathryn Bigelow 11 years
How Katherine Raz Developed 'The Fernseed'
"Welcome back to the slow lovers. Podcasts with deborah printing at. I'm so excited today to introduce catherine razz owner of the fern seed in tacoma washington. She's a slow flowers member. We've never met in person. We're doing this over resume. But we're kind of neighbors so it's so great to see on the screen to look if you kathryn. Thanks for having a really appreciate it. Oh you bet catherine I love the name of your business. You've been on my radar. Because i started following you immediately after the joint slow flowers but before we get started. Can you describe the name like what is the influence of that name. It says plants with gardening and growing. But it's not super obvious. It's a great name. Yeah thank you. The name is scandinavian legend. Or there's like a north legend or early english or something A myth about essentially like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow if somebody finds a fern see because we all know that ferns spawn from spores not seeds. Sometimes we'll get people coming in and explaining that to us any ladies. Did you know But the idea is that if you find the seat of a fern on the summer solstice you can achieve invisibility Lower and so then. I also really liked it because I have a background in marketing and specifically search engine optimization and It was a it was a word that was easily. Google lable like we could be a worthy number one ranking term and google for the fern seed so i picked it also for that reason. Oh it does. It does have a little bit of a mythology kind of storybook vibe that you describe it because this'll related to the solstice. Do you do anything. Special on the summer solstice in which is usually what june twenty-first. Yeah well we try to last year but of course we were just reopening post covid and we were like well. We can't really have an event but this year we are. We're going to do sort of like a midsummer you know the film summer we wanted to do. Kind of like a midsummer maget with flowers and do some floral crowns and some really fun stuff around the love. That is so. It's so apropos. A love that.
'Nomadland' wins PGA Award, cementing front-runner status
"More movie awards have been handed out and one film is cemented its front runner status for the Oscars no one is going to starting gravy nomad line on the Oscar for Best Picture just yet but the movie directed by Chloe's out has taken another major step as the odds on favorite to win an academy award it is one the top award at the thirty second annual producers guild of America awards in doing so it becomes only the second film directed by a woman to win the award for outstanding producer of a motion picture the other was Kathryn Bigelow's the hurt locker which one in twenty ten it's al goes on to win next month at the Oscars and many expect that she will she will be only the second female director to do so I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"kathryn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Like feel them in my tummy kicking around. It's a trip. My i feel my creative life. Sorry i'm stuttering. 'cause i'm trying to word it but i feel like weirdly enough. Like my whole self. Creatively kind of i didn't feel like i was like really bringing my whole self to the table creatively until after i had kids. And maybe it's also. Because that's when i hooked up with jill solloway and we started working together and she saw something in me that no other director really had given me the chance to do before. But i certainly feel like creatively. It's been I am so much the richer for it. And i don't know why like it i. I'm still trying to like connect those dots. Because i it does feel like i have. I'm grateful and i feel like. I'm lucky enough to have an outlet for a lot of those feelings where i know a lot of women. Don't you know what i mean. I just and i. I know that those feelings have to go somewhere. And so i i can also understand like at an have a deep empathy for people that lose them that all that energy goes into the the child because they don't have another outlet for it until i get it from all sides. It's also like really quick amount of time. Which i didn't anticipate that i mean i don't know if you're white feels but you're actually like i don't know they're seven and ten and the thing that they never tell you that i was really surprised by is that they just need you more and more. Every year i always at the hard part was going to be the real real beginnings and once we laid the foundation but it turns out there they just need more and more. I'm so like i. It is constant morning for me that of like missing the day that just happened. Because it's like you're like instantly nostalgic for like yesterday because it goes so fast like our members specifically like spooning my little boy when he was like three and being like. I don't know if that much more of these and now that's like you know. Now he's like Can you closer to shower. Okay totally understandable but also like oh god just that just happened. Oh yeah anyway. I don't know if that answered your question in any way but it is it. Yes of course you can lose your yes of course but i also think even if you didn't have children like and that was not in your cards either because you just for whatever the reason you're a woman without children which is you know. I think that there is like there is something about a. You know a reckoning of a certain age of just looking back and being like for any of us you know. It's also just like being in the forties. Can we talk for a minute about you. Being a kid borderline romantically in love with jesus christ. Yeah can you describe the circumstances. I i mean it's also you know gills used a bunch of course because it's just the jilin the writers we. This is something that we mind for. The show. As well for chris kraus because we all found it like you know very compelling and there's so many like be can't remember the name of that none. There's a famous none that wrote basically love letters. You know i think it was just because he was like you know really cute and he. He was really kind and like decent. Is i mean i remember. Going to a sleepover party. When i was third grade and there was like you know i went to the school. That was like pretty culturally catholic. If i can describe it that way like it was kind of the cheapest private education but it was also culturally like important to my family because that was like socially the network that they had so they knew everybody knew each other and it was. But you know into mass every week and it was like you know when i was confirmed i went you know went through all the in third grade. I went to this sleepover at my friend's house and there were a couple girls that we didn't know that were friends of the birthday girl from like another from her preschool or something. These two girls were really really really deeply religious and they couldn't go to bed without praying like the two of them side by side like on their knees praying very deeply and i went up and i pretended to be as deep into it as they were because it looked so romantic like they were just so so. It's like you know hands together. Like look really furrowed brows really talking to jesus like not really knowing what was going on but just knowing that I was really into that amount of passion and data amount of just that amount of cash and that amount of faith like was pretty intense to me. Even though like path of me was kind of like my knees. Hurt kathryn hahn. I'm so. I'm so grateful for coming on the show. Thank you so much for doing this. Oh my god. This was really really fun. Thank you catherine han. She's on one division on disney. Plus you should also watch basically everything else she has ever done. She is always great in everything. here's a fun fact. Did you see spiderman in the spider verse. You should have it totally ruled and she played dr seuss. Kathryn hahn folks. That's the end of another episode of bullseye bulls eye is created in the homes of me and the staff of maximum fun in and around greater los angeles california where we were grateful to welcome roughly two and a half hours of heavy rain. Thank you sky for that. We needed our show is produced. By speaking into microphones are producers. Kevin ferguson hey sue some procedure in jordan cowling are are associate producers. We have helped from. Casey o'brien are interstitial. Music is by dan. Wally also known as dj w our theme song is by the go team. Thanks very much to them. And to their label memphis industries for sharing it. You can also keep up with the show on twitter. Facebook and youtube we post all of our interviews there and i think that's about it. Just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature. Sign off with jesse. Thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by npr. This message comes from npr sponsor capital one welcome to banking reimagined capital. One checking and savings accounts have no fees or minimum and top-rated banking app. That lets you manage your money anytime. Anywhere capital one. Na member fdic..
"kathryn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"You know it is you. Just there is something about like that looking for Not only just respect But you know to feel attractive to feel looked at and get that kind of approval from in my case as assists white straight woman from from you know whatever whatever dick means and quotes around it then yeah of course of course many times. I feel like i've read. Joe solloway talking about the reaction that she hasn't made people she knew had to Reading the book. Which was i want to go out and make things. And i want to go out and do adult activities and I don't know when you say adult activities i imagine. Shuffleboard is like what a tax return. That's right exactly. I'm talking about rum. Amorous romantic 'em adjectives. So i think that one of the things that jill's always work has often focused on is Reversing the male gaze in part of that is about Or asserting the female as in part of that is about the simple fact that you know women are taught to experience sexuality culturally as their own sexuality as something that is almost received end so that your character Chris is able to Just assert her like have a sexuality that is about her choice and her go looking. Outward is a big deal and that is deeply tied in with the idea of the assertion that one is an artist and not just the subject of art. Yeah yeah she wants to she. She is demanding two to drive her own narrative also and she's a complicated character which i love about it too. Is that again talking about the halo like she's dismissive of other women's work like she's petty. She's really jealous like choose. I mean she's she's a total complicated. Awesome mess and it's also what i love about. Jill's work what i've always loved about. It is that she has an ability step outside and and just kind of a little bit make fun of pretense or any kind of preciousness starts to like sink in at all she has a way of defusing it which is always like i really appreciate because this is pretty pretty heady stuff. I want to talk to you for a minute. About what is special about your relationship. Jill solloway because You know besides the fact that she gave you the lead in a movie and afternoon delight And obviously values what you do well. What is different. About the actual process of being on jill solloway whether it's television or movies from being on the set of you know. Nbc sitcom or a a broad comedy movie or any of the other. Many things that you've done. Well i've certainly had like many fulfilling creative experiences As an actor but there is something about this world because this is now my third Rodeo with her for the most part it's the same core crew since afternoon delight. Same dp This man this man. jimmy frana. Who's an unbelievable. He's like an family at this point. You know he's so instrumental to the making of the thing. I can't even describe it. And for the most part the same editors kind of work on all of them and so they know exactly what they're looking for and what kind of mine. It's different because there isn't there isn't a division of like cast and crew. I can't describe it like usually you'll start something in a normal cetin you'll rehearse it crew will come in and thrown marks and then they'll give it to the crew to light and then give it back to the cast so that this is weird kind of like energy shifts between the cast and crew as the day goes on and in this kind of everyone starts on the same like democratic playing field. It just feels like the great equalizer and so everyone you start the day feeling like you've set an intention of what we're all gonna make together. It's the same. Like i come from the theater and so it just feels like saint commonsense like know the circus feeling like we. Couldn't you know if we weren't there for the guys setting up the tent. We would you know we couldn't do it. The show. we all know that we're in it together and that kind of like putting on a show in a barn feeling for some reason you just the stakes go away from it you just you so you feel like you're completely without fear i don't that makes sense at all like you just feel like it's such a creative safety net. You don't feel like someone with a stop. Watch freaking out wringing their hands together. Panicking that we're not getting something like you don't ever start a scene thinking. Oh i'm gonna get it wrong ever like you just you just start any find it. We've got more of my interview with catherine hans. Stay with us coming up. We'll talk about how after years of feeling all kinds of guilt. She finally figured out how to overcome her. Shame it's both for maximum. Fun dot org and npr. Hey it's fear eisenberg host of ask me and other. I love film food tv and close. So i was thrilled to talk with clothing designer restaurant tour and fresh off the boat. Series creator eddie. Gwang about his debut film bogey and play a game with them. Listen to the ask me another podcast from npr. Hey i'm jeff. Arnie hosted the jv club podcast. High school was at a time of adventure romance and discovery or a time of angst disappointment and confusion. We're all tied together by four years of trauma at this place but joy adulthood. I guess the truth is it was both so join me on. Jv club podcast. Where i invite some great friends like kristen bell. Angela kinsey oscar nunez. Neil patrick harris and keegan michael key to talk about high school. The good the bad and everything in between mood swings or getting harder to manage the. Jv club find it on maximum fund. Welcome back to bullseye. I'm jesse thorn. My guest is kathryn. Hahn she's an actor who's appeared on tv shows like parks and recreation transparent crossing jordan and in movies like step brothers and the drama private life these days you can catch on the wildly popular new show one division where she performed alongside elizabeth olsen. Paul bethany in the great. Fred melamed when. Kathryn hahn and i talked in twenty seventeen. She was starring opposite. Kevin bacon in the tv drama. I love dick. Let's get back into it. I want to play another clip from. I love deck and This is also from the pilot episode. And chris my guess catherine hans character is having dinner with her husband and with dick and they've just gotten into. The restaurant was already sitting there and dick is As we listen about to pull out a chair for. Chris and chris is Not unlike.
"kathryn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"It's bullseye thorn kathryn. Hahn is an actor. She spent in comedy films like stepbrothers. The anchorman movies many more on tv. She starred in the nbc show crossing jordan. She was also on parks and rec. She played jennifer barkley. That political consultant. She played a rabbi on the tv. Show transparent. she started her own. Hbo drama called. mrs fletcher. I guess. What i'm saying is she has range and ears an example. She has an amazing supporting role on one division. The bonkers new show on disney plus. I'm not gonna spend a ton of time explaining the plot of one division. It set in the marvel. Universe sometimes requires some prior knowledge it stars elizabeth olsen and paul bbatni as wanda maximov and vision respectively. The two of them are superheroes who have settled down in a new jersey suburb. Where wouldn't you know it. not everything is what. it seems. Kathryn hahn plays their neighbor. Agnes who's also hiding some secrets. The show has really taken off lately. Thanks in part to a very fund museum. Where kathryn hahn winks. Anyway when she and i talked in two thousand seventeen she just started in. I love dick. Tv show based on the chris kraus book of the same name. Catherine plays chris a new yorker who moves to marfa texas with her husband who's played by griffin dunne. There she meets dick played by kevin bacon. Dick is an artist. He runs an institute in town. He's also condescending and withholding nevertheless catherine's character becomes infatuated with him and starts writing him letters. Here's a clip from the show in the scene from the first episode the to have just met for the first time at an art reception. Dick right that's me a lot about you love that you just go by dick because he usually someone would you know planned his former richer they were rich. Rick itchy ricky. So many possible. That i saw you on a horse yesterday the i have a ranch just outside of town how big you wanna know. How big ranches. No more polite to ask a ranch with the size of his acreage to ask a lady her age until they noted kathryn. Hahn welcome to bullseye. It's great to have you on the show me. I've been interviewing people for a long time. And i viewed many many writers and filmmakers and entertainment and the thing that i most am terrified of hearing. Is this thing that you hear all too often. Which is as far as i'm concerned which is like at the end of the day. I'm just a storyteller. And i feel like when you when i have read or heard an interview with jill solloway. The creator of i love dick. What you hear instead is like no. I am not just a storyteller. Here is the ideological framework of my entire. The ethos that drives this entire operation and that is amazing to me and are totally refreshing joy. Yes however i wonder what it's like for you as an actor who has this much narrower and more specific job of portraying a character yes that's at all That is an awesome question because it definitely did come up. I knew going into it. That i'd never heard of the book before that it's based on the. I love dick by chris but obviously there is a lot of you know. It's it's lauded as a feminist cult classic. It's inspired like so many women. It's it It's an incredible book itself So i and. I also knew that she wanted to explore the female gaze. Who gets to talk. And why which is a quote from the book There's a lot of of big politicizing around this. So you're right as an actor. My job like as crisscrossing said when she was writing the when she was putting when she was writing the letters to the actual dick when she you know back when this was written you know she calls auto fiction back when she was writing. These actual letters to this actual name dick. She wasn't thinking of it as a feminist book. You know what i mean. She just had an urge to put to put her thoughts depend. Depend exactly to paper and so in the same way for this. I had to really like just fair it into this kind of myopic tunnel that was you know that was you know it felt like this pinprick light at the very end of it was dick This this you know cowboy image played by you know kevin bacon in our show. So yeah that was the only i couldn't if i stepped outside of it. There was too much of a nudge nudge. wink wink. I didn't want there to be and i don't think any of us wanted there to be any kind of halo around this about around this character That i just you know the the thing that attracted me most of the materials. it was just. She was so without apology. so without shame so troublesome totally contradictory and maddening hilarious so messy all delicious stuff as an actor do something to chew on and so i just didn't want to you know. I don't think any of us wanted to put her in in any way because it would detracted from like the guts of it. I sure have you ever had any kind of corollary experience or or any experience that you drew on when you are thinking about are preparing for this to your character on this shows interest in slash obsession with sort of odd specific obsession with dick ever been that into somebody. Yeah well you know it's interesting you start back at the very beginning and you think oh i wrote a diary you know what i mean like. What was that need to have an addressee to put all of my most intimate thoughts you know what i mean whose diary i would certainly say. I had a big old crush on. Jesus when i was in catholic school. I'm not gonna lie to you and that we we put that we put that into the show but he was like there's some sex jesus in the sheriff's he definitely was a food for thought for my i was in love. I mean i've had you know it's so intense. Wore a little bride outfit. When i got for my first communion no got married So yeah that was a big one for me. Growing up for sure Any other is just like it is. It's just an interesting..
Northrop Grumman’s S.S. Katherine Johnson arrives at the ISS
"Northrop grumman kicked off their twenty twenty launch schedule with a sickness vehicle named for nasa mathematician. Catherine johnson this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. It's a northrop. Grumman tradition to name each cygnus vehicle after someone who played a pivotal role in human spaceflight. And the first cygnus of twenty twenty one carries the name s s katherine johnson in nineteen fifty. Three johnson joined the all black west area computing group at the national. Advisory committee for 'aeronautics langley laboratory. She became the first woman to receive credit. As an author of a research paper at nasa katherine is probably most well known for her work on john glenn's or mission which launched exactly fifty nine years earlier on february twentieth nineteen. Sixty two. Kathryn passed away in february of two thousand twenty at age. One hundred one two days after launching from the mid atlantic regional spaceport on wallops island virginia the cygnus docked to the international space station for the next two months. It will serve not just as a cargo vehicle but as an additional scientific lab where astronauts will conduct investigations that. Add to the legacy of the woman whose name the spacecraft
ANALYSIS: So You Wanna Be New York City Mayor, Huh?
"How Do you see? Large democratic mayor of field shaping up in general. So far, it is kind of overwhelming for people to get their minds around such a long list. I said We were gonna go down through the list, and this isn't even gonna be Complete list. We've begun having the candidates on the show already, and I keep saying to the listeners this June primary is going to come up on people faster than you realize. But my goodness the field is so crowded. With Eric Adams in Scott Stringer and Maya Wiley and Shaun Donovan and Kathryn Garcia and Ray Maguire and Carlos Man, Chaka and Diane Diane. Morale is and Laurie sudden. And that's an incomplete list. And now we're here. Max Rose and Andrew Gang may both be getting in are their lanes in this race like we used to say in the presidential primary, the conservative rain laying the progressive lane or how can a voter who isn't a political science professor like you begin to sort this out for themselves? Right. I mean, in some ways, it's both overwhelming and underwhelming at the same time. I mean, sadly, so many voters can't really fully focus Brian on local elections, just Jack because we haven't gotten past January, 20th And especially for voters of color, Knowing what the president has has said the types of people he supported his members of his own party, essentially trying to actively create a coup within American democracy. It's a very unsettling political moment, and a lot of folks can't really focus. Fully on a local election until there is a peaceful transition of power, which quite honestly is not guaranteed at this moment. And so once we get past January 20th it's a 2 p.m.. Then I think that there's a sigh of relief when we can start looking at. Okay. Well, who are who are the millionaires? Who were, you know, sort of waking up in the morning, saying I should be a leader? That's one bucket. Who were the folks who were currently unemployed and need a job. So hey, I should run for mayor too. That's another bucket. Who were the progressive folks who have interesting ideas for New York in some sort of some sort of managerial experience, but no previous electoral experience. That's another bucket. Then you have sort of the you know the politicians who have been elected to office once or quite a few times, and they want to expand that sort of leadership style. In a city that might be looking for something totally different. And so we have minimum four buckets. Obviously, there's descriptive politics. Some people think it's far time that New York City has female leadership. Some people want to make sure that there's leadership of color, whether it's another black mayor, Post Dinkins or if we should have someone from the Latin next community, and so there's lots of different angles. I think right now because it's so crowded. It's hard to Even hear what people actually saying. But also that's on the candidates, because because of rank choice voting, many people are reticent to attack their opponents. They're reticent to say any big, bold ideas. It's kind of a milk toast election as a as of now, that's not garnering any attention. From the vast majority of New Yorkers. And we know that municipal elections in New York City have have abysmal, embarrassingly low turnout for someone who will not only be the leader of New York but political figure on a national even international scale. Can I just? Yeah, e You want to say something really quickly about Henry's point about 1993 moving forward with crime. I think we need to back up just four more years and think about the Dinkins years and what Mayor Dinkins was was successful and trying to re imagine the police department in a more community policing way, and we have to be honest about the amount of money we pay out as citizens. For bad behavior of the NYPD and how bad officers are continuously protected on considered, I would say, terrorized particular communities, and the fiscal implications of that bad behavior, you know, goes beyond just training. It is a fundamental re imagining that mayoral candidates must talk about because there's something going on that Justin The top brass leadership. But there's some sort of corrosion throughout particular departments in the city that needs to be rooted out in a real substantive way that we just have never seen before. Well,
The Metformin Recall
"With a blood pressure medication. Losartan scientist had an online pharmacy was screening products for potential carcinogens when they saw an alarming pig in a probable carcinogen and Nitro Sada methylamine off India May levels. They'll Sergeant was recalled in July of 2018 and it was followed by the recalls of five other India, May contaminated medications, November 2018 the off-chance and two receptor blockers irbesartan and losartan September 2019 and January 2020 the over-the-counter reflux medicines Ranitidine and not seeing those recalls started hitting closer to home between May and October 2020 when the FDA recalled 179 batches of Metformin ER, So what is India May 1st what it's not ndma is not nmda. Nmda is well known in Psychiatry is the limit ergic receptor involved in the mechanisms of medications that antagonize the nmda receptor things like ketamine and Lamotrigine experimental antidepressants like amantadine resolved. Mantine dextromethorphan and drugs of abuse like PCP alcohol and two that have both therapeutic properties and abuse potential MDMA and ketamine these all have to do with an MDA which has nothing to do with ndma. These drugs reduce the effects of excess baggage automate which is toxic a little bit of glutamate in the brain is good, but too much is toxic. Back to ndma, which is also toxic but in a different way, it's a carcinogen that causes mutations in DNA and it is directly damaging to deliver even small amounts of deadly and there have been several prominent homicides where ndma was used as a poison resulting in death through hepatotoxicity on the other hand and the amazed everywhere. It's a byproduct of wastewater treatment with chlorine and that water flows through our tap into the soil where the ndma collects in the plants and vegetables that we eat. And EMA is also one of the reasons that were warned against eating grilled and charred meets. It's one of those cancer-causing nitrosamine is that forms when meat is grilled or smoked it's particularly high in smoked sausages nitrosamine Czar also found in beers. Cheese's sausages bacon and cheese. Foods that are smoked or pickled in salt. So how much India May these recalled medications producing with Ranitidine ndma levels Rose nine-fold higher than the odd for safety level four medications, but that's safety level which the FDA set for medication seems very conservative 0.096 micrograms per day. The typical diet is about twice as much ndma. And if you're drinking a lot of alcohol or eating Smoked Meats, your typical diet will have a lot more indirme in it part of the reason the safety limit is set. So low is that the FDI assumes that the ndma four medications is on top of the ndma already present in our daily Foods a pound of steak has three times as much ndma as the upper age limit for medications, but what really matters is cancer there the FDA is given us some data on the first recalled medication Valsartan if eight thousand people took those starting at the dog Some dos for four years while the drug was contaminated there would be one additional case of cancer. And remember that's at the max dose which is important because in Psychiatry, we certainly don't use the max dose of Metformin. We don't have numbers like that format form in yet. So that one in 8000 number might be slightly reassuring but when we're talking about things like cancer and lung damage, it's not exactly reassuring and we still don't know the cause of all this ndma contamination. The best guess is that it's a byproduct of the manufacturing process, but the proper points towards a troubling Trend in drug quality as manufacturing has shifted overseas in the past two decades. We are seeing more problems with medications right now about 40% of medication to the US are manufactured overseas and even when they are produced in the US around eighty percent of the ingredients come from abroad So what's wrong with going overseas? Well historically the US has had the tightest regulatory control of manufacturing safety and medications. The FDA has been the gold standard wage, but it's difficult for the FDA to regulate overseas manufacturing because they can't do what they do best surprise visits to get into another country. They have to work through governmental agencies and plan their trips to arrange these inspections and that allows the drug companies precious time to prepare for the inspectors. Most of the problems have come from manufacturers in India and China and if you're interested in this Kathryn even has detailed all the Gory details in a best-selling book bottle of Lies. We're going to be interviewing her sometime next month. The original Valsartan contamination came from a Chinese firm Sweet Pea this firm changed their manufacturing process and 2011 and am supposed to announce that to the FDA because it can create byproducts and things that might be damaging and would require new inspection but against regulations they did not announce the change in manufacturing jobs,
"Today story takes place in the recent past in a world where may there's some merit with fear of cats? But I'm getting ahead of myself. The story actually begins with a chase. Deep inside the holes of Bishop Fenwick high. School. Mary Kathryn. Hale didn't hear the school, Bell? Ring. She didn't him much of anything besides the dull in distant pounding of her feet against the floor. A wave of perfectly combs golden vanished around the corner in front of her. The owner of that head Haley TRAINA had taken Mary's hearing aid. She rounded a corner then another in pursuit of the thief. She was no athlete and by the time she caught up with her. She was sweaty, red faced and shaking with rage. Haley was sitting in has seats towards the front of class wearing an angelic smile beside her her boyfriend Dylan Smith stifle the snigger. Everyone else had their heads bowed for the morning prayer. Mary Saturday desk across from them and waited. Finally, when the heads raised Mary stood and walked over to Haley. She held out her hand expectantly. Haley adopted an innocent and vaguely incensed expression. What do you want widow? Has Silent Mouth seemed to say? Mary a hint of movement at Dylan side as if he was pocketing something. His shoulders was shaking from repressed laughter. Was At her helplessness. Or something else. Mary. Looked up to see if the teacher had noticed the interaction. The entire class was staring at her. Cheeks burned with embarrassment? Dylan. Haley had done this on purpose they knew Mary hated being the center of attention. She slunk back to her seat and sat down admitting defeat. The two students loft silently a silver crucifix bouncing up and down on Dylan's chest. Mary buried her face in her textbook tis swimming in her eyes. She knew the hearing aid would eventually find his way back to her the bullies wouldn't keep it because it was too fun to keep stealing it over and over. They toyed with her like a cat plays with the mouse. As expected Mary got her hearing a back by the end of the day after suffering through six classes taught by adults who never learned ASL. She took the long way home that night from the bus stop. She didn't have father to see how miserable she looked. With, each step of vision of her to a mentors return to her mind. Haley with her impeccable make-up and pearly white smile. Dillon with his chisel jaw entitled hair. Flawless Children of flawless parents going to church every Sunday and serving as readers during school mass. Mary thought it was funny how exterior perfection often hid rotten hearts. The son had completely set by then the shadows growing longer and deeper all around them. Mary only really noticed when one of them seem to detach itself and slunk toward the sidewalk. It was a cat very clearly astray it's was wild and they had no Kala. Mary Whitehouse is a knelt down to the eye level holding out hand. The cats approached yellow eyes glinting in the gloom. She could almost see something behind it slit pupils. The strange kind of recognition. Like it new Herve. But then it's claws were out and is struck. It could only reach a hand, but that was enough.
Refocusing climate change as a human problem
"Been talking about how to adapt to climate change and how technology and the tech industry can help. But here's the part even on tech show where we acknowledged that climate change isn't just about tech solutions or Whiz Bang inventions, and in fact, like the pandemic climate change is a problem that reflects an exposes lots of things about our society Ion Elizabeth Johnson, and Katherine Wilkinson Co edited a book called Can Save Truth Courage and solutions. For the climate crisis, it features poems, essays, and other works of art by women working on climate issues I spoke with them. Both will Told me there's a lot in that subtitle we need to have eyes wide open to what is happening listened to the science we need courage, and then of course we need solutions and not just the solutions that kind the climate rose are really into like evt's and solar panels we definitely need those on just got Tesla. I think that's the TRIFECTA right though truth courage and solutions when people are like well, if not hope then what that's our answer. A when did we find ourselves at a point where we sort of stop talking about climate? As the thing we live from the air, we breathe the rain that falls or doesn't fall. Do you think it's important to like even before we start talking about solutions to recenter the conversation as a human problem? Yeah. Even though we didn't cause this problem, it's in fact one hundred corporations who are responsible for seventy one percent of emissions. There is a wide range of possible futures. And we so deliberately curated this book to show the wide range of ways that people can contribute building the best possible future. So it includes farmers and architects and artists, and journalists, and of course, scientists and policy experts and lawyers, and all of those skills are are needed and very much wanted. How much of this storytelling is also about making the simple economic argument that saving people also saves money. When we talk about the cost benefit analysis of doing various things to address the climate crisis, we usually only focus on the costs as opposed to making sure that we are also thinking about the benefits. And I think that is quite bolstering to me as a marine ecologist by training and thinking about nature based solutions and how protecting and restoring nature actually makes financial sense. 'cause it's cheaper to have mangroves and marshes and sea grasses than seawalls, right for example. So so I, think this book really shows not just some sort of techno Utopian version of the future where we like. Innovate, our way out of everything and instead it talks about the huge array of work that needs doing and the costs of of not doing it and what the world could look like for the better. If we do I feel like this conversation about racial justice, climate, justice, social justice, the importance of involving women in these conversations, how many women are leading solutions all over the world. is still kind of new and still kind of Nathan which is so lame but you're right. Which is pretty lame. But maybe take some explaining you know like what? What is what is this relationship between Racial Justin climate change and why don't people understand that I think we don't understand it because. Don't want to because it's it complicates something that has already really hard right like that's the. That's the push back that I hear most often it's not like I'm a racist and I WANNA, save the planet. It's more like solving climate change is hard enough without bringing in all these other layers. Can we just please focus on climate change now I and we'll deal with Lake police not murdering block people for no reason later. And the answer is no. No, we can't. We have to walk and Chew Gum on this one and there are many reasons for that. One is just it's the right thing to do, and so I hate having to give other reasons. But one of those other reasons is we know from polling by Yell and George Mason University's the people of Color actually are more concerned about the climate crisis. They're more motivated to be a part of the solution and to hold the politicians to higher standards on Climate Policy But how you know how can we expect black people to be focused on climate solutions when? Making, sure they have the basic right to live and breathe. and so this I can't breathe has become a rallying cry across You know across the racial and climate justice groups that it's not just in relation to police brutality but in the ways that communities of color are burdened with more polluted air and where or low where power plants decide to locate themselves, and then you know people who are breathing that dirty air being more at risk for extreme forms of of Covid, and so of course, these things are all connected and wouldn't it be great if we were building the winning team by including the people who were already on board and beyond to help and if we could unburden them from. Our White Supremacist Patriarchy, which is certainly not serving us in terms of really anything. But definitely, it's it's preventing a lot of people from being part of climate solutions because you know they have to dedicate their time and energy and ingenuity towards solving other problems about quality of life and justice and I. I just WanNa add because I think on articulates the. So incredibly well that when we think about climate change as quote unquote the problem I think that's where we start to miss. These intersections and entanglements when we understand actually that climate change is a manifestation of the problem, right? It's emerging of a system that we're getting so much feedback that it's not working. Racial violence is part of that feedback massive wealth inequality as part of that feedback the epidemics of loneliness and meaninglessness are part of that feedback, and also an atmosphere that is kate marvel says is larded with carbon dioxide and is having all of these climatic impacts that's also part of the feedback. But if we're just thinking about climate change as the problem we need to solve. Then our analysis isn't defense about what's actually going on here and thus what it's actually going to take to solve it. Kathryn Wilkinson and Iona Elizabeth Johnson Co edited the Book All. We can save truth courage and solutions for the climate
Last Day On The Job For New York City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia
"It is the last day on the job for New York City's sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia. She is Considering a run for mayor of the big time, and I think that I'm looking at it very seriously. The possibility of running for mayor a noontime ceremonial walkouts planned at
U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities
"So for eighty two years American labor law has had a carve out for some workers with disabilities they paid less than minimum wage. This was meant to encourage employment of more people today a top federal civil rights watchdog says the exemption should end because it's been trapping workers in job programs they call exploitative and discriminatory NPR's Lena Seljuk reports. Jerry. Douglas Dino had a job but couldn't afford a few things he wanted to do like go out to eat sometimes. Vase Goto events. He was working alongside other people with disabilities at a center in Rhode. Island. Doing what he calls bench work road tasks like fitting rings into heating tubes packaging ice packs assembling boxes for jewellery. If I remember correctly by I by first paycheck was only twelve bucks I just cautioned myself as you know. I really don't WanNa keep doing what my whole life Doug AC- now works at a supermarket where his paycheck is a lot more than twelve dollars total but he spent years in that center which made him below minimum wage. Thanks to that carve out in the labor law centers like that are often called sheltered workshops because they keep people with disabilities a separate cluster their pay is estimated to average three dollars and thirty four cents an hour to calculate individual pay. The centers regularly time their workers comparing how fast they do tasks to inexperienced non-disabled worker half as fast half the pay. Now, the US Commission on Civil Rights says this program and the law should be phased out in short the program doesn't work and it is designed in a way that it can't work Kathryn Lehman chairs the commission she says instead of expanding opportunities, the programs limit them don't really prepare people for work in the community jobs with rights wages I was. I was ashamed of the ways that we have operated. Now over a decades, a federal assumption that people with disabilities are less capable. Full employment than people without disabilities, a lot of data are missing about sub minimum wage programs including how many people they employ estimates range from one hundred, thousand to four times that most have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Commonly, the programs run by nonprofits, they get state and federal money to support these jobs many of them have government. And their most vocal supporters are some of the workers families who won the programs to remain an option a safe environment for relatives with disabilities. One mother Linda how from Wisconsin testified before the Civil Rights Commission in November we are parents with our son's best interest at heart. And you suggestion that we would allow him to be taken. Advantage of are discriminated against is an insult families like hers helped workshops flood the commission with a record number of comments asking to lead the programs be some described workers with quote severe disabilities worried about where they go Lehman says, that is why her agency is recommending a careful gradual phase out disability rights advocates have wanted such A. Phase. Out For years the point to success stories of people thriving outside of the systems that underestimated them, and you'll Lewis fights against sheltered workshops at the National Federation of the blind testified about his past work running one thinking he was doing the right thing and because misguided compassion these individuals spend significant part of their lives wasting away in that workshop making money for our center but wasting away. And I am sitting here. Really feeling sad about what I perpetuated because there is a better alternative four states have abolished sheltered workshops to support more jobs in the community. Seven states have moved to end wages below the minimum several federal bills trying to do so on a national level have so far failed. Alina. So you NPR, news Washington.
3 Ways Mindfulness Simplifies Life
"Three ways. Mindfulness simplifies life by Kathryn beard with simply fiercely dot com. A few years ago. I felt massively overwhelmed with life though nothing particularly overwhelming was going on I felt like there was something weighing me down the days seem to merge into each other nells going through the motions of my daily routine without even noticing what I was doing as I searched endlessly on the Internet for ways to make myself feel calmer I came across the likes of Marie Condo light by cocoa and Caroline Rector of unfair easy dot com. All to read these ladies has something in common. They spoke of how minimalism downsizing can greatly improve your life. Those never the type of person to hold onto sentimental stuff is clothes in my closet still at the tags on them because I told myself, I may wear them some day. I had moved around a few times in the previous years in only realized how much stuff I owned when it came time to pack everything up. Once I learned about minimalism I was convinced downsizing would be the answer to all of my problems after all maybe the clutter around me was weighing me down. I immediately started to declutter thing by pared down my belongings and embraced a capsule Wardrobe I dug twenty fifteen the year of less and I felt great about the way my stuff wasn't overwhelming me anymore. Of course, things didn't stay that way forever. There was a part of me that thought I still feel overwhelmed I was convinced that minimalism would make my life feel perfect because it was simple because they are rid of the stuff that didn't bring me joy. I thought instantly feel more joy. The naive. The situation was that I still had a lot of work to do on myself beyond the things I owned though my life looked calmer and clutter free on the outside I'll still overwhelmed and anxious on the inside don't get me wrong. There are so many benefits downsizing but there's also some inner work that needs to take place in order to appreciate. Will we have once we've simplified? Not sure of the exact moment when I learned about the concept of mindfulness. But as soon as I did it changed everything for me, mindfulness means living in the current moment without worrying about the future or the past. Once I understood this concept I recognized that the overwhelming worrying my life, the kind that can be routed by decluttering my stuff was caused because was living in the future. Over the years that I've been living more mindful lifestyle life has felt a little simpler because I know we all dream of simpler and calmer lives I'm sharing. Three ways that mindfulness has helped me live more simply on a deeper level. Mindfulness helps me identify priorities. Mindfulness helps me to clearly see what's important since Guinea started with mindfulness. My head space has become a lot clearer. Mindfulness has helped me to discern between actual problems and ones. They don't really need to worry about I've better identified was important to me because I can think more clearly without getting distracted by outside noise also become more mindful about what I let into mental and physical space have set clear boundaries on what I'm willing to spend time and money on. Mindfulness, helps me making better decisions. Longer feel so torn about whether I should do this or that I've been able to tune into my intuition know what feels right to me rather than going back and forth on decisions like should I buy this or Shatman that party of a better sense of who I am and what I stand for, which means it simpler to make decisions? Mindfulness helps me feel more content with what I already have. Mindfulness has helped me to leave behind the idea that I need new things all the time as someone who used to spend countless hours at the mall and online browsing. I know how exciting it can feel to buy new things. Of course, new things are exciting but have become a lot more content with what I already have in my life because mindfulness encourages me to live in the current moment I spend less time worrying about adding new things into my life and more time enjoying what I already have. If you've been struggling with overwhelming wondering why life doesn't feel quite as simple as you like it to be consider making mindfulness part of your routine living in the moment is a lot easier said than done, but it's definitely worth the effort.
Moderna's Work on a COVID-19 Vaccine
"Are in the final phase of their vaccine trials in the U. S. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr Jon Lapook took a look inside and behind the scenes of what it's like to be part Of Fighters Cove in 19 vaccine trial. I wanted to be part of the solution for Dr Victoria Smith, who practices family medicine near New Orleans. Covert 19 is personal. She's lost three patients to the virus. I'm not an immunologist, but by being part of a trial. I could be part of that research front as well. In late July, Dr. Smith became one of the first of 30,000 participants needed for fighters Phase three vaccine trial she received her first dose at auction or medical center in Louisiana. It's a double blind study, meaning neither she nor the researchers know whether she received the vaccine or a placebo. Are you kind of hoping you got the vaccine? Yes. CBS News got an exclusive look at auction ER's Phase three trial site every week. Visor sends them packages of the vaccine and placebo vaccine is then stored in this freezer. At a temperature of at least minus 60 degrees Celsius to remain stable. This vaccine is new. Did that give you any pause? Not really. I trust the process. To be approved by the FDA. A covert 19 vaccine must prevent or decrease the severity of the disease in at least 50% of vaccinated people. There's no evidence that that the vaccine makes the disease worse at all. So that's really, really insured in very encouraging. Dr. Kathryn Edwards is on Visors Vaccine Safety board Once a week, the five members of the committee video chat to carefully look through data for adverse effects, especially serious ones, such as hospitalizations, So we're very, very cautious and how we look at the data. Certainly, if there were severe reaction, we wouldn't get that information right away. Dr Edwards says there is no evidence so far. The vaccine causes serious reactions, but that mild reactions are common and should not deter anyone from getting vaccinated. You may have a sore arm, or you may have a
"kathryn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Mean. I don't even know it's so I read. It's so chaotic. I I don't you know in my twenties or whatever when I after I went to to school and I landed in New York it was never. I never wanted to or needed to go one direction or the other it was kind of. I was standing in line for the backstage at astor place. You're the backstage you guys ever dealt deal. You did mega did you are now? Yeah out here. It was like a magazine or a newspaper that you would go to get auditions day. We had a I mean we are headed in Chicago and L. Yeah yeah so I mean it was like I didn't. It wasn't like I really gravitated towards sketch or needed to do like Improv. Anything I always thought I was going to be a theater actor like I never really thought it was going to be Com D. it was I don't know I I love taking a big swing as much as I do. The other stuff so it does kind of feel like it's been a little bit of chaos this career in terms and terms of the the gigs but Really one of the. I think you're one of the best. Actress says out there and one of my favorites. God's damage now. What is that movie? We talked about this when I saw you At that party on Oscar Night. We talked about that first movie that any movie that you did that. Jill solloway directed. Oh afternoon delight. Yeah see we went to a screening of that. You were there actually and we remember. Yeah we loved. You said it much. You guys were both there. It was so good you are really great in it so then you said that You know you didn't know making it you know how it's going to turn out. You weren't really sure but it came out. It was great. That was like a real. I mean I knew that it was special. I knew that it was going to be special just because I never been asked to be the lead. Something for I knew the experienced was gonNA feel different because there's going to be carrying something in a way that I hadn't since school like think when again like back to school like that feeling of having to carry something in those parts that felt like there was a weight to them and then I was asked to do something that I That used parts of me that I hadn't been asked to in this business. I guess That I so I knew that was going to be satisfying in a way. That a lot of the parts that I had been asked to do out here had not been But in the I didn't have any expectation with how it was going to be received or what was going to turn out to be it. It was the first time for a lot of us on that set It was Joel. Solloway directed at in Rhode it and Os Junior temple and Josh Radnor. A lot of people key And was so awesome in it. My he is so good Michaela Awesome Group of people. The Sky. Jimmy Frana was. The DP was incredible and he went on to do all transparently. Just did big little lies this last season. And he's he's an incredible Dp and so yeah. It ended up being like an amazing group of people that he also did. I look Dick but it was like three. It was like a three week shoot. We ended up like they rented a car for me. They couldn't get the can't camera equipment in it so we ended up using a minivan. The ended up just being like this amazing. Just like this. The holiest holiest holiest of experiences. And then just kind of like set a weird new bar for myself that I had never. I just had not had that out here all like I just kind of had. All this theater had this like. Oh like churning feeling of of a pleasure working for like no money until I was thirty something and then came out here and had a new experience which was making money but not really feeling that same feeling and then all of a sudden it was starting to wed together at a time in my life almost forty that I was like. Oh this can happen like this. I had thought that the opposite would happen like I had no idea that that was going to be that that it could be wedded together so that was very happy so surprised. I guess I didn't really know that you were thinking you were going to be a theater actor because that's nick and I both had that same thing I I didn't know that about college To North Western on. Herat onto you know this I guess not. We don't do any research and that's becoming we didn't know this about you I went for two. I'd only went for two years. I didn't because I started doing theater in Chicago so I didn't. I didn't go back. You know I tried to go back my junior year but it was too much so I'm a college dropout but yeah northwestern because your sister Goddamn Stud you just want into right into working. I had nothing. I was just like eternal student I went to northwestern. That's where I'm at Ethan. Actually yeah been together forever forever and ever but I went to northwestern when we moved to New York I was there for a while and then went to Yale but I went to Yale drama school and I was like later. I was like twenty seven when I went And then did theater. But like you know off off off Broadway but then I did like seven years of Williamstown Theatre Festival Which was the dream but like started as a non Ac you know started there in their experimental. And then as a non AC where they kind of like hand you a Makita. And some and some sugar and having chaired downsides at three of the wording and then but I worked with some amazing playwrights and That was the best and then they turned me equity and that of continued that while I was Yale Williams play it was Boeing Boeing which was like A. Oh we saw that. Yeah you were great in that on law year is that An. I'M GONNA go now too long ago to eight. Probably because that's not doing young Frankenstein. I thank you. Oh with a crisp. It's ensure old Evanston and you guys had a show. Maybe on a Sunday night or a Monday. 'cause we were able to see to see you as one of the few or maybe you did your you know. I don't know Russia show with other actors. Yeah God I loved that experience so that was it was. I had Leonard. Our Son was about A not even a year so that made it. I thought it was GONNA be an easier gig than it was but it was They're never h doesn't ever easy was the it was young. Frankenstein was along. Taught was long run too. Yeah Yeah I think I did it for. Oh I don't know I'll take others over a year year and a half or something like that but I only did it. You know we were out of town for a long time. We hosted a New York and then we didn't Seattle for two months. Oh so yeah but and then we did. I think I did on Broadway for like a year and It was fun though I did on. That's the only show did on Broadway. I'd love to go back but How when we describe what at slake doing eight shows a week to people who are in the performing arts like what would you compare it to like being on an assembly line or something? I know you think like people think like. Oh once you're up then it's only a few hours of your day but it's not like it's your whole life. It's your whole life because like it's about three o'clock your engine just turns towards it. And then you can't stop thinking like that your whole heart your whole like basically your solar plexus is just like your inner compasses just like towards the stage like you can't think about anything else like you're just basically there. Yeah hat focus on anything else. And then once you're done you kick it to bed before two in the morning it's great you're you're after the show rapture. Adrenaline is racing toward absolutely You're burning your burning engine. That's not calibrated to put out like an eight hour work day or a ten hour workday. It's calibrated to burn to very hot hours. And so like you say start stoking it if you can't go out and do something. It can't go on a hike in the morning because when you then go to fight rehearsal at six PM you're like. Oh Man. I I really feel that. I burned that energy this morning. That was a mistake. It's easier just to keep going like the to show days or almost easier because what if you have a Sunday matinee. Then you don't have another show till Tuesday night you think. Oh great I have like a almost two whole days off. Well then. You're in a panic on all day. Tuesday thinking oh no I can't I can't do it. I can't get my energy you know. How did I do that just on Sunday? And some people. I mean not very many most people when they're doing a show go out every night after the show and stay up really late sleep really late. I've only known one person Andrea Martin. Who WAS IN YOUNG? Franken's love her. Yeah she's so great and oh she's the only person I've ever known out of all the shows they've done that she would go right home and go to bed. She Be Asleep by like eleven thirty. A how you could possibly do that. I don't even understand it. Get Out. Early voted Jim. Yeah but yeah I don't I I know it's it's a it's a tricky and if it's a musical which Most of the shows John Broadway musicals or most of the not all but more than half of those shows I've done in theater have been musicals. Probably like seventy percent and so then there's that whole other added component of like you know God. Is it still there? Can I sing? Am I warmed up like at getting? God forbid you're getting a cold or something because you can work through a called and a play but if it's a musical that there's a chance you might have to miss shows I would love to see you do a musical. That's Nice I. There's nothing like it. I can't imagine I wanna see it so I won't do any plans in the future live show with God dammit my brain when you did it down full yes knowing the woman. The woman is her name. No Nancy and Beth ban. Yeah Yes oh and that was still blocking extraordinary. Two of guys it Largo. Yeah I think that infamous night when we invited a lot of people to come in they actually came and it was like our worst show ever had a not describe justify any avast irony. Well that's I beg to differ on that but that's very nice well. Yeah here's this original musical that it's called. Hooray for ice boy that There is just a workshop of it that I did and nick was actually in it too. We just stood. It is like the last thing we did before. We all got quarantined. And it's something I really want to do. It's a really crazy weird funny it's Some of the people who wrote that show urine town which was a great Broadway show really kind of. Meta is by those people and some people who worked on spelling bee which is another great Broadway. Show so that's something that I really really want to do. And it's a great part and the thing that I've never gotten a do is a really really great part. I've gotten to do good parts but not great parts though it really ought to show everything fingers crossed me to get stuff done I know trying to get it get tomato. You can live stream now to like a lot of the Bra I mean. I'm sure you know this but I guess like Lincoln said like there's a lot of And the mets..
"kathryn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Likes. It was a nineteen ninety three lawyer show and I remember. We actually shot like there was like a dedicated day or a half day like they're stuck shot. That's right with the only one. You're in your courtroom. What happened to? I don't know what he's GonNa be out there somewhere. Yeah I don't know it was like a dedicated or just at least a half. There's like a dedicated trail Saturday. Yeah yeah it was still a kick remember. We're the millers was a good movie. That was a fun movie. I remember you had affect your fake boobs that were like giant droopy Midwestern boobs and yeah being they were being bags. Yes wearing birdseed boobs. I just want to ask exactly. And then I had a fanny pack and my Step up sketch. Like one of the shoes are also like helped you exercise at the same time like over those tennis shoes. I bet you got in really good shape from wearing those. Oh that was actually a ball. I mean that was I mean Nick. That was so fun to work with you. That was that was a and I couldn't believe how well it that movie turned out like. Sometimes you have no idea but it really landed Yeah Yeah it was a special shoutout must be voiced to Jennifer Aniston's pole dance in that movie because Oh was mind. Blowing notable oculus woman is from another planet. She's so nice. She said she could actress. She's so funny and then I mean what are the kindest like most decent human beings. Yeah no she's a miracle Yeah for part So and then of course for those listening you now catherine from Mrs Fletcher and transparent transparent and fireworks. Yeah I love Dick. Best Tunnel of any show ever with Sufa based on honey. But let's get back to her. Wow Okay I just can't stop talking about it guys. I really love it. She joins US Dick guys. Look I just WANNA say. Take a brief intermission so many great things and I love that you are so incredibly funny. But you've also been able to. You know crossover into things. That are more dramatic or at least have a balance of you know. Comedic and dramatic elements You can sort of play a real person not just be you know a big character all the time Let's so nice. It's not anything I.
"kathryn" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
"Dell's own bad. Anne how I feed US party. How medicinal bed right now for this. That's so good. That's the spirit. I mean commitment. Yeah normally you would be here with us in our bed. I'm you know we'll have another opportunity to that some day One yes exactly But yes so welcome to another installment of beloved number one podcast in bed with Nick and Megan number one in the ratings of my mind. We're number one in our category in our category of the that we do number my category for sure in my mind is well. Yes Oh that. Those Dulcet. Tones belong to Kathryn. Hahn Beautiful Amazing Funny. Incredible actress and writer and Yeah so let's see. How do we know each other? I feel like you and I had met like here. And there is at some something and then you and nick did a movie together. Yeah I mean I had been kind of. I think I think I had done. A crossing does show called crossing Jordan. Which was a procedural on NBC? Doing will and grace. And so I always seen you at kind of events and just had I mean worshiped worship worship to you from a far island so as like the scrappy procedural behind at the like cheesy a events I had seen you in a scene with was Paul. Rudd where you guys like violently French each other in only no no the thing that We're not it's it's Adam. Scott. It's an brother. No stepbrothers where you and you and John C Reilly in the bathroom my God i. We just showed my kids that movie and I realized I had to. I had to fast forward every day and I was in that I was not. I had to race myself completely from when you did that. Kiss at really I was like who is that and I I. I like wrote your name down and was like okay. We're going to be friends and then I did not exactly that I read like we really got to know each other. Well we nick you and I were doing. Where the Miller's store and I we are shooting Santa Fe right and so then and I went to visit and then you and I went to dinner a couple of times at the most beautiful place because yeah bright. We didn't have for some reason. Like I had a lot of off time in Santa Fe so we got to spend some time together. You and I'm Megan. And then I had already spent some time with you. Nick on harks right which was a dream and also philly justice the. Oh that's not forgot imaginary lawyer procedural born of Parks which also can I tell you that? They're remember t shirts made of that show at my daughter now. That's your sleep. Scher own. So you know I love. They went out of their way to pick a title for that fictitious show. That was so exactly. It could actually be a real. I mean instead of making it. Something little crazier when they went full. How do we just really really justice? Wouldn't be denied between you an Rasheeda. An Adam Scott and rob blow and Paul Rudd. I mean it was the dreamcast.
Is the Tasmanian Tiger Really Extinct?
"You've no doubt heard of the Tasmanian Devil or seen an animated version the whirling dervish in looney tunes cartoons. But what about the Tasmanian Tiger? It's actually not even a tiger at all instead a marsupial known as the Thilo seen and it's thought to have gone extinct almost one hundred years ago but did it really. While many experts believed the last known thylacine died at. Australia's Hobart Zoo in nineteen thirty. Six others ardently claimed that the animals still exists because they've spotted one or more in the wild. We spoke by email with Kathryn medlock. Honorary Curator of vertebrate zoology the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. She said the international Australian and state definition of an extinct species is that there has been no reliable evidence of the species for fifty years by this definition. They are officially extinct species although designated as officially extinct. It's difficult to prove that something is not there as opposed to proving it is. There are many cases of species being rediscovered. Many years after supposed- extinction we also spoke by email with Rick Schwartz an animal ambassador for California's San Diego Zoo. He explained that quote since the Nineteen Thirties. There have been a few claims Tasmanian. Tigers have been seen for brief moments in the wild however no substantial evidence has proven they exist at this time we also spoke by email with Neil waters of the thylacine awareness group of Australia. Who started disagrees a quote? Do I think the animals extinct? No because I've seen too and been coughed slash barked at by one in South Australia. In two thousand eighteen. There have been more than seven thousand documented sightings of Silas scenes or animals that appear to be Thilo scenes but the majority of those sightings on Mainland Australia. According to the scientific formula applied to mammals though it is extinct and has been since nineteen thirty six for fifty years. The animal was considered rare and endangered. This fact inconveniently keeps the animal as a recent extinction rather than an ancient one. We should lose hope over and forget about. Let's step back a bit. What exactly is Tasmanian. Tiger? Schwartz explained that it's not a big cat at all. He said the name. Tiger most likely was given to the animal by the European settlers due to the light stripes that went from the spine down each side on the hind end of the animal. Most people agree that the Tasmanian Tiger looks like a medium sized short haired dog with subtle stripes on hindquarters and the base of its tail. Tail was thick and muscular at the base. More like a kangaroo's tail than a dog's tail colorations were described as light brown and Yellow Brown with Darker Brown stripes. These animals weighed about forty five to seventy pounds. That's twenty to thirty kilos with a body length of forty to fifty inches or one hundred to one hundred and twenty five centimeters with that tail. Adding another twenty to twenty five inches or fifty to sixty centimeters most stood about two feet tall or two thirds of a meter at the shoulder. Schwartz said in our modern times we usually think of marsupials and Kangaroos however the Tasmanian Tiger had a number of unique characteristics being dog like medium sized carnivore. That's also Marsupial it. Size and features were more similar to that of a small wolf or large Fox. Combine that with the striped pattern on the hind end and thick muscular tail. Similar toy kangaroo. You've got a pretty unique animal and water said when you had a close look at the prince we find. You will see time and time again. The broad S- play of the toes and the Claude drag impressions from the massive fixed clause on the animals four feet. The reason they're split wide and not like a dog is because they don't have webbing between their toes their front feet also still acts similar to hands as they can both hop like a kangaroo or run on all fours as a result many of the prince appear that the front feet are literally grabbing the ground as they dig it on curves or high speed when pursuing prey when Europeans first colonized Australia. The Tasmanian Tiger was rarely seen the animals started to become increasingly blamed for tax on cheap however so private companies and the Tasmanian government attempted to curb population by establishing bounties exchange for dead violence scenes adding to their eventual extinction was the sad fact that Australia's colonisation eroded the thylacines habitat by the nineteen twenty s sightings of the Tasmanian Tiger in the wild became extremely rare and in nineteen thirty. A farmer shot and killed the second. To last known wild Tasmanian Tiger the final by Lesean was captured in the Florentine Valley in Nineteen thirty three and transferred to the Hobart Zoo on September seventh. Nineteen thirty six. The animal known as Benjamin died in captivity black and white footage recorded in nineteen thirty three would become historically significant as images of the final scene in nineteen thirty seven the Tasmanian animals and birds protection board a later to become the national park. Service launched a series to determine where thylacines still might be found. Medlock said unfortunately living animal was not discovered. The final search in the series was into the chain river area in Western. Tasmania on the search. Sometimes seen footprints were discovered and creek bed. The original plaster casts of these prints are lodged in the Tasmanian Museum. The Tasmanian Museum doesn't receive citing reports. And we don't have the expertise to assess them. This is done by the Department of Primary Industries Water and environment they continue to record reported sightings and take them seriously often however sightings films and photographs are released to the media through the people who are reporting them rather than a government body over the years. There have been several instances photographs and films purported to be thylacines in the wild but none have been verified as genuine evidence of an animal waters however contends that there have been dozens of credible sightings of Thilo scenes. He said actually hundreds of them too many to name one in particular was a bus load of tourists in Western Australia. Back in the nineteen eighties. Who All saw the animal at close range in broad daylight whilst on a wildflower tour the fact that we find headless Kangaroos. All over. His failure is a key piece of physical evidence that these animals still persist. But nobody to know about it. Because it's always blamed on either hunters or Satanists by. Ill informed people who don't understand how these animals feed waters has been working tirelessly to raise public awareness of this animals continued existence for the past five years meeting dozens of witnesses and collecting thousands of statements regarding sightings of this animal in. Tasmania and across mainland Australia. His work appears in the two thousand seventeen documentary living the thylacine dream which follows waters travels throughout mainland Australia. Collect evidence of predation as well as stories of sightings from witnesses who are adamant seen the thile seen both recently and historically
More face-covering rules for Los Angeles County businesses, amid coronavirus crisis
"All central businesses in LA county that are open during the corona virus pandemic must provide face coverings for their employees that's according to a new order issued by the county health department has casualties Benjamin Gottlieb reports the directive is just one part of new stricter guidelines set to go into effect by the end of today from supermarkets and restaurants to banks and even car repair shops all the central businesses in LA county must follow this face covering order LA county supervisor Kathryn Barger Intel's KCRW that sheriff's deputies will give warnings to businesses that don't comply and quotes may opt to issue a citation if things escalate essential businesses must also do the following regularly disinfect surfaces that lots of people touch including things like pay portals provide hand sanitizer soap and water or some other disinfectant at the entrance of their business for both customers and employees and also limit how many people can come inside so that physical distancing can be
"kathryn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
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"kathryn" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"A show barn feeling for some reason you just just the stakes go away from it and just say you feel like you're completely without fear. I Dunno if that makes sense at all like you just feel like it's such a creative safety net. You don't feel like someone with the Stop. WATCH FREAKING OUT WRINGING THEIR HANDS together. Panicking that we're not getting something like you. Don't ever start a scene thinking. Oh I'm GONNA gotta get it wrong ever like you. Just you just start and you find it. We'll wrap up with Kathryn Hahn after a short break stay with us. It's Bullseye for maximum fun dot Org and NPR support for this podcast and the following message come from Sierra Nevada brewing company in one thousand nine hundred with a few thousand dollars dollars and US dairy equipment. Ken Grossman founded. Sierra Nevada brewing company Kenge award-winning ails propelled him from home brewer. To craft brewer today Ken and and his family still own. One hundred percent of the company one of the most successful independent craft breweries in America more at Sierra Nevada dot com and this week and asked me another we challenge singer polical to a game about birds but not before she quizzes US morning. Yes this is more on. NPR's asked me and other listen. Listen now. Hey it's Jesse. The year is drawing to a close and remember that now is the perfect time to give to your local. NPR member station. You can can make a difference in your community key public radio going by giving at donate dot. NPR Dot Org Slash Bullseye again. That's donate dot. NPR Dot Org Slash Bullseye and thanks dead pilots society brings you exclusive readings of comedy pilots. That were never made need featuring actors like patent Oswald so the vampire from the future sleep in the dude studio during the day and they aren't mantras at night. It's blade meets the ODD Cup. nope Adam Scott and Jane Levy Corey. She's too serious to business. See she doesn't know the Hokey pokey she'll learn. Learn what it's all about busy Phillips Dave Baby. This is family my uncle tail. who showed his Weiner Cinderella Israel at Disneyland is family? Do you want him staying with us. He did stay with us for three months delights new pilot every the only on dead pilots society for maximum. Fun It's bull's eye. I'm Jesse Thorn. My guest is Kathryn. Hahn the actor and comedian. She's been on crossing Jordan parks and recreation transparent. She also has her own show on. Hbo these days called Mrs Fletcher when we talked in two thousand seventeen. She just wrapped a mini series for Amazon called. I love of Dick Dick. By the way a character played by Kevin Bacon. I want to play another clip from I love Dick and This is also from the pilot episode and Chris My Guess Catherine Hans Character is having dinner with her husband and with Dick and they've just gotten it to the restaurant he was already sitting there and Dick is As we listen to about to pull out a chair for Chris and Chris is Not Unlike me right now distinctly inarticulate founded yes and long lasting the only one. Wow see this is a real a real gentleman you there yank this out. Make me all my my tasting menu tonight. Hope you're okay with rabbit. Big Game hitter never scenery game game in my life. I'm not alright. Okay now big big big big big game a big little game eater. I Love Cornish fans. That is pretty much as big as the as big as the comedy gets in the show. Now are you aware of deleting your comic tone and comic instincts. You've done so much. Great Work doing big comedy and You've you've also done a lot of work as a serious dramatic actress in this really. This is a really on the edge of those things. Yeah it's a different gas gas on the pedal for sure. I'm I'm about to go start bad MOMS to and that's obviously going to be a different amount of gas But yeah so it this also just felt because the stakes were so I don't know it didn't sometimes. Yes you know when something's funny and sometimes you don't and I or you're not aware until afterwards of how it is perceived like how it was caught. I guess by the camera and so that happened a lot in this in this series for me that I I sometimes feel like. I'm pretty in control of laughs but in this one it was like oh like I didn't really I was out of control of some of the laughs in a good way. Thank but did you think you're funny when you started acting I knew as a class clown for sure I think it was like I grew up in a house full of boys and I think that that was like you know it was far joke city. USA that was just how we talk to each other. But I think I went to school not thinking I was going to be. I mean you know. I didn't do sketch I didn't do Improv. Or anything like that. I thought it was always the class clown. I guess but I didn't go into it wanting to be a comedian. Did you have any of that. Same reaction working on this. That people sometimes describe or reading the book that people sometimes describe having when they read. I Look Dick for sure. I had never I had never heard of. I Love Dick before Jill had suggested it and I couldn't believe I hadn't heard about it before I was couldn't put it down. I just yeah I think Jill has described it this way and I feel really similar like you. Just put it down on your like. I just feel inspired. You just WanNa make something you just really WanNa make something. And that's an exciting They I just felt really bombastic. It felt like it. Just would I love. It just felt so punk in the way that it was like. Here's this woman. That is unapologetic unapologetic. She is without shame. She so contradictory she so maddening. Like you really want like read the book through like you know your fingers At certain points at so cringe which is kind of how I love my comedy anyway in so bombastic and so loud and so vulnerable double. Then there's a power in how like raw it is and how vulnerable it is that that there is It's impossible not to feel kind of galvanized by it. It's also just fuel some radical that the the book I'm talking about like it just feels somewhat radical that it was out of this like really embarassing. Set of circumstances lake. Take the failure of her film and you know kind of being the wife of a Holocaust scholar like being financially dependent. Just like not not like just through these horrible embarrassing embers of this horrible failure that she is able to give use that as an as her like source of inspiration and it's like you know she's not pretending to she doesn't not own it. It also feels really good and there's a lot I think is a really human thing is like you know fairly that it's through that like horrible abject failure that it's that you find sometimes the there's embers burning in that that you have to have it. Are You yourself a shameless shameful person. Oh I'm recovering Alex. I'm I sure shameful of what are you shameful. I'm just one of those peeps that at the end of the night. I'm like Oh God odd did I you know I used to be. I used to be much more concerned with how it was perceived Steve or or you know what I mean like just as I become older. I've just certainly an become a mother and I've certainly got you know a big case of the screw. It's that's for sure it just less important like your. You know what becomes more important because I..
"kathryn" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Through our next group is called something inside me said, yes. And the first two Kathryn. This thick. Rose bigger. Come on. I of the microphone is very shy Catherine. She says she's this. What could.
"kathryn" Discussed on The Watch
"Exists in world much greater than the ones that we're seeing yeah i mean we talk often on the show about like the creeping oh tohrir like the filmmaking a tourism of television and i think that that's dissipated a little bit but i also think that television is having a huge impact on films because they are realizing like oh yeah we could just keep teasing this out and keep business out of your talk about movies like baby driver john whic um these kind of really a visceral smart fun action movies and um i kind of segues nicely and talking about kathryn bigelow because of four she was the high priestess of counterterrorism before she biz was this sort of costa gratis like hardcore uh streep poet she was one of the best action directors alive i see she made a series of movies throughout the the ninety or like ladies and 90s a point break and near dark and strange days which is like what i wanted to talk to you about because it's such a a steel and ally in a lot of ways she hasn't changed that much stylistically i don't think i you know it there's lots of stuff that happens in zero thirty or hurt walker that you can see in point break at loo um i want i dunno where you want to start with or do you want start talking about like her older films or her more recent work because i i find her career to be so fascinating and in some ways.