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Fresh update on "keough" discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Told you about jim brewer. In his comments on instagram refusing to perform at places where people have to be have to be vaccinated. Will he also appeared on tucker. Carlson show well honestly. I got a lot of feedback from a couple of venues that i was playing. My fans. were really upset. They said you know. I'm not comfortable with getting a covert shot. And now they're saying. I can't come see you perform unless i do that and i looked into it and that's the last thing you should be doing is going. Hey you wanna you wanna come see the feeding the seal the fish. You wanna come see a concert or you want to hear cash the fit. Why would you. Why would you don't want any of my fans forced to come laugh. And they gotta get a shot in them and honestly tucker. I gotta be honest with you. What really what really started my video was. There's a new narrative and the new narrative is the unvaccinated or the beast. Kill the beast. This program goes on forever kelvin based that piece vaccinated care them and when when our leader put that out there and pointing the finger like where the demons. I'm not vaccinate. I had it. You're not going to tell me about my body. I know i know my body. I know my morals. I know my faith. You don't come telling me threatened me and everyone else. As if we're the demons. I have to close friends right now. Fully vaccinated and they got colby and they're both sick. So what is this is not about safety because if it was you just like you said and i said to my video eat more fruit. Take care of your body gold's gym. I've been saying that forever for years. I watch johnstone on fox news. His well researched well produced thought. Provoking pieces are a welcome analysis into the nuns. The the the Insanity around us we have his permission to share the pieces that he now does on our show and we do so here. Government handouts keep going band strangely. Pbs's covering this now because it's airing documentary and corporate welfare. This is basically socialism for the rich. Here's our strassel. Tv sized version of it was founded in my home country of sweden carrying america. Ica is best known for meatballs and nearly impossible to pronounce product. Names saikia said oh. We're interested in the memphis area. We think it'd be a great fit for us But obviously with that they also said well how much money you're going to give us before we decide whether we're gonna calmer not. The city memphis has a program called the economic development growth engine to entice new businesses to move to the city. One way does. This is by offering large property tax abatements as always. The abatements are complex. And so it's the big companies with lots of lobbyists and lawyers. That are able to figure these things out. Keough agreed to create one hundred and seventy five new jobs with an average salary of forty one thousand dollars a year. Lines are growing tonight for key grand opening tomorrow. There was some pushback from other businesses. Will what about us. I mean we've been here and we we employ here and pay taxes here. You're really pitting these gigantic corporations who know the government have tons of lobbyists against mom and pop shops in our community that we're trying to save your basically asking people to pay more tax dollars in order for their competitor to succeed over then. Two years after i keep memphis opened to much fanfare and millions of tax breaks new documents. Show the swedish furniture. Retailer doesn't have as many jobs on the side as they promised. Ikea in memphis with there's fifteen to twenty independent furniture stores in memphis whereas our tax break less than two years. After i open kingston jer went out of business. These are our tax dollars. We worked really hard for them and they should go to things that we need. They should go to a central government services roads. Schools police fire. That's what this money should go to. I don't think it's essentially just not the role of government to give money to big corporations at the expense of small business owners. Many such programs begin with good intentions but they result in unintended consequences and those unintended consequences. Never ever go away. We will always stand with the american farms now to the farm bill. America's annual farm bills give money to farmers to make sure america has an adequate food supply but that justification is just bunk most crops. Don't get subsidies and they do just fine. Farmers choose to raise corn and soybeans. Because those are the crops that there's government guaranteed a revenue insurance. Exactly guaranteed money and who gets it. It's the big guy who have the resources not just to lobby and congress but to actually have entire shops to try to get a maximize the amount of subsidies that they're getting many of which are not even american companies in two thousand sixteen the largest poke producer in the us chinese-owned smithfield foods increased consumer prices in stores but decrease the amount. They paid farmers for live hawks yet. They still benefited from the government. Subsidy system heavily lobbying to keep feed prices low. It's estimated that in two thousand nineteen low agri-business spent over one hundred thirty five million dollars on lobbying. We embody what people romantically think about when they think about a farm. These farmers spent nothing. Jeff and sack race hawks cattle vegetables and poultry they sell primarily to families and restaurants in the area pita schulman owns a four star restaurant in nearby fort. Wayne indiana in two thousand fifteen the indiana state legislature invited jeff and pete to make a presentation on femme markets and local restaurants today as a fifth generation. Waukesha county farmer. My son. who's my partner is the six generation but they were in for surprise. We finished our presentation and the committee said well that's illegal. They immediately had to stop selling and serving chickens from the farm. They basically came up with a story that small farms processing chicken on the farm. A health risk. What really happened. Was that the bigger politically connected farms. Got the legislature to ban competition but hawkins chicken was popular. So that's hashtag was born. Keep on the menu enjoyed this meal. Will you please contact your representative. People were telling us they would call and they actually would lead with chicken thing when they phone. Hello once again. Jeff sack and pete head tunji annapolis to testify. The opposing side was not only represented by state truthfully but also by large agricultural lobbying interests including the indiana farm. Bureau the indiana state poultry association the indiana pork producers association. It's all about eliminating competition. However in this case the social media campaign continued to create enormous public pressure so local politicians took a closer look without the influence of the agricultural lobbyists. What can we do to make this better. Remarkably a revised bill was drafted to everyone's satisfaction restaurants like peter chamce can continue to serve locals poultry and neighbors have a choice in the food. A rare happy ending one small victory amidst america's growing welfare for the rich. You can watch the full documentary at.
Black Widow Movie Review
"Spectacle of the big screen. Variety has also been in great supply recently. We'll get to several new releases this week. Well several being four steven soderbergh's latest the crime drama. No sudden move. That came to hbo. Max last week. Don cheadle the neo del toro and a bunch of other great actors in that one also summer of soul from first time. Director quests love came to theaters into hulu that concert doc about a nineteen sixty nine harlem concert series that featured performances by nina simone stevie wonder sly and the family stone and many more all of those having never been seen since nineteen sixty nine our review of that one could just be a ranking of our top five favorite moments. We might. We might even do that. Josh that would probably get us through the first half hour of the movie. I think we can pick five from that. Yeah you also caught up with zola which stars riley keough a wild road trip tale inspired at least in part by an infamous twitter thread. I can't wait for you to unpack that and more later in the show. But i the is finally back on a big screen near you after a handful of disney plus streaming series phase for kicks off with the scarlett johansson starring feature black widow. Fine an enter. I mean mistakes. A lot of enemies is called signs. Taskmaster he controls the red room. They're manipulated fully conscious but no choices. I should have come back for you. How many others are call. Her black widow call her and natasha. Romanoff scarlett johansson returns as the former kgb assassin turned avenger in the twenty fourth mc feature which is named after her now timeline. Wise black widow takes place in the aftermath of captain america civil war. I think i've got that right. Adam had to confirm it with my daughter who knows more about the than i do. I think that's correct
"keough" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Which you know really helped me in my career in a lot of ways. Get getting a lot of other roles He gave me my first sort of like big lead in a television series And he's extremely supportive in so many other ways you know like he came and watched ni- directed film with my partner and he came to the edit and watched a cut like he's very supportive. He so supportive of young filmmakers. Knew filmmakers Just amazing that way. Isn't it a heated. The podcast pretty recently. And if you'll get his red like the resume. It's all the most eclectic filmmaking resume personal but then you see things like wait. He was like the second unit director on hunger games. Just like what you spent spent like four hours five hours with us while he's cutting something else you know what i mean and i'm like wow. He's just incredibly supportive and loves films so much it. it's it's in. It's yeah it's i feel very blessed to have cross past stephen kind of him supporting my career. Pretty good guardian angel to have so looking ahead We mentioned terminal lists. You're pretty something with your buddy. I think dakota right to johnston human beings We've been friends since we were fifteen and you know. We both started acting the same year. I think we went on. Our additions are very first editions. I think months apart. I think we booked our very first movies like a month apart or something and so it was always like a no brainer. Essentially we're gonna find something together to do and so we're developing this tv. Show that i'm so excited about it. The more the more. I just love working with people i love. You know. it's all about in the end. Yeah she's one of my favorite human beings Sees know her dark twisted sense of humor that she would you rather With you ever. Because i had her on my comedy central nervous. Everything i've done. Would you rather sorry. I never have i ever would you rather because i so i played a game. Would you rather with her. And she was like one. I had a bunch of. Would you rather questions. And she threw about ten at me. One of which vast every guest on my show since i'm going to pose it to you because it's she asked me would you rather have a mouthful of bees or one be in your but oh my gosh the coda one being my but are you kidding. Yeah no that's the right answer. Say think you know you're you're correct. Correct that is the objective. Correct down okay. And then finally okay. So what we mentioned mad max. I'm just curious again. Just going back to childhood have be interested in fantasy genre and stuff again. I'm surprised you haven't end up in the pop culture that has dominated by superheroes and sci fi and fantasy like what's going on. Are you pursuing. That stuff is there. Is there one of those properties that really speaks to you today. i absolutely would win Do that would Venture into the superhero world. I it for me. It's just it's timing it's it. Is this what. I wanna do right now. It's always kind of spiritual thing. It's something in me that i want to explore. And if the rate you know role ended up coming to me. I absolutely would do that. i think you know it's i've played a lot of you know i think in the in the beginning of my career. I definitely got sort of put in this very extreme art house you know box and i and i love arts gnomes. Of course i. I love al-shams i love. I love broad comedy. I love you know harry potter. You know but. I definitely i think from the exterior world. Have this sort of art house thing where you know people. Can't you know i don't know. I think people assume that. I kind of only would ever want to do cans films or something but i i you know i. I definitely don't feel that way. We're putting it out into the universe. Okay she's open to everything because yeah it's it's I mean. I love talking to someone. Who's work i admire. But also someone who who's obviously a just loves what they do and is a sinophile themselves so glad zoa gave us an excuse to connect in this way on. Congratulations on it. Congratulations on finally getting to the finish. Line the pandemic couldn't couldn't put this one down. We're finally getting it and hopefully we'll talk a bunch more about zillions of the projects. Thank you josh. Thanks to see you and so ends another edition of happy side confused. Remember to review right and subscribe to the show on itunes or wherever you get your poke us on the big toe cost. I'm daisy ridley. Definitely both suppression despite..
"keough" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Oh yeah that's because of this and so it was an incredible experience. Also being able to there is a lot of that. We're the same age you know all of us girls. And then you had nick and had josh and we were all the same age you were all living next to each other in this little Neighborhood albert houses were next to each other so we have this really incredible once in a lifetime. Kind of experience bonding as friends and making this epic tale. It's amazing because i by the way. Nick is one of my favorite human beings as well if not him for our end But invariably it comes up with filmmakers to your buddy steven soderbergh has like one of my favorite quotes about the film which is something to the effect of like. I can't understand how like dozens of people didn't die while making it like as a filmmaker and this is steven soderbergh talking. I can't either and my husband was on the stunt team and you know people got injured but nothing nothing crazy. It's it's actually wild for how long we shot for the stunts they were doing for it. All being real I think i saw a green screen once the whole six months. You know what i mean cruiser. It was incredible that nobody died. It's it's an inspiring movie to watch just as a film fantasy like what he was able to do We should get zola. Because i'm such a fan of the swan and before time runs out I got a chance to watch it again. I told you i could. When i saw a movie awards i saw way back when and sundance over a year ago. I refreshed recently. It still holds up as this wild. Very unique uniquely told story So this is for those that don't know this is maybe the first movie. Based on a series of tweets of it is a wild ride. Talked me about how it's presented to you like were you at all. Wear the backstory of this Wake what intrigued when you heard about it so i was able to read the twitter thread in real time in two thousand fifteen. Somebody sent me so. I got that of viral experience which i'm thankful for I somebody sent it to me. I was in my apartment. You kind of start the twitter threat. You just can't stop. Which is why it went viral voices so compelling. She's an incredible writer. She really paints this picture. And these characters jump out of. I would say off the page off of this red. And you're just in this wild world and So a few years later. I was actually toronto at at the festival and my agent side You know there's this film they're making it about that twitter's right i don't know if you've heard of it And you know eight twenty four is doing it in the director really wants you to to to read it and if you respond you know me me with her and i was initially dislike. Wow how howard. One adapt a twitter thread into screenplay. So that was you know. Got my attention. And then they sent me the script with and it was incredibly apparent reading the script that these were people who came from a real theater background that the they were kind of genius you know not kind of they were genius and so i was and you know. Engine had a writing. Credit and jeremy had the writing credit. And i'm going well if this is you know the way they're writing out surely she's an incredible. You know artists. So i went and met with her and she just blew my mind. She's so she's a genius. And you know the. I've i've been so lucky to work with incredible filmmakers but janetta is one of definitely my top top five or three or two. You know no illing geniuses that i've kind of been so lucky to work with and so it was a combination between this like wild script and janetta and then of course The character was just not always you know down. No fees of chaos feels just the friend you do not want to be in the bunker where she's gonna lead you down the wrong path every single time and somebody said to me in the very beginning like hayes in the american honey birdie played this and i was like. This is absolutely non-american honey. This very different you know. I think that's why i needed to speak to her like. I think this is much more theatrical. I think this is bigger. I think this is I had an idea of what it was. And luckily that was what nixon alerted his law. We can tell a lot by the opening line of a character. And i don't know if it was in the script but in the movie it's y'all got helping new poppers that says to know yes. We do so per kind of our conversation earlier. I mean did you ever do. You feel like you're out on a whim like out on the ledge on this performance like do you feel like you're totally in safe hands or do you feel like this could come across the wrong way and give me a sense of like once. You're in good. Come across the wrong way in anybody else's hands and that was that was kind of you know. Once i met her i was like i trusted her. I felt safe in her in her With this film in her hands. I just i. I had so much trust in her. That i was able to not have to think about those things. Really go for it and you know she really wanted to push it. She wanted on the page. This characters extremely offensive and and our conversation was just about how far to push that in. Genetics just wanted to push it as far as possible in geneva fashion you know and so i you know i just kind of was like all right. I trust you and and Yeah i would imagine in a much different way. But i'm gonna compare it in a bizarre way to mad max like it's one thing to read a script and then it's another thing to see the finished product like i don't i can only imagine what it was like to see the first cut or whatever you saw mad max fury road because you can't see what that's going to be even on the page in a similar way though to this. There's something intangible about what she does with. The direction here has a very dreamlike kind of quality to do. Do those two experiences like jump out at you like when you saw these films in particular in the finished product is found. Jump out at me in that. Both of them. Mad max and zola. I made some of my closest lifelong friendships. said the experience personally was as feeling the artistically And the first time. I saw the mad max trailer. I cried because we all put so much into it. We put a year of are more than a year. We allot the film pushed so we put you know we. We had two years of our lives into it and that similar zola and that we put all this time into the pandemic hit. And we're all going through these personal things together. Same with mad max. We'd gone to heartaches you know Love people having cheered like all of these things by the time. The movies coming out and zola's the same thing we've been through heartache. Love grief all of these things together as friends and then the movies sort coming out so both of them totally parallel for me in that sense so going back a bit i apologize. My podcast is the inconsistency is that i go back and forth a while because my branches rambles but We we mentioned soderbergh. He has to be kind of be pivotal or a pivotal filmmaker in your career. Of course he. Stephen changed my life. Stephen gave me You know he gave me a shot. He kind of put me in the girlfriend experience..
"keough" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Some of the magic's already gone because things are working. I was recently watching a movie with my little sisters in their twelve. And there were like i was like. Oh you know how they do that and they were like. I don't wanna hear it. I don't wanna do that. And i was telling you explaining how they're doing all the effects and you know And i realize like with harry potter. I sort of still have this Sort of they're still this sort of a disconnect for me and it felt like because i grew up with it i it was kind of one of the only only films that i still had this. There's ican and going to the the sets kind of ruined it a little bit. You know and i kind of wish. I didn't but also is amazing to see like you know how epic they were or how the What about the film's what's your favorite of the films. This is hard. I'm always. I'm always i kind of go through phases where i'll watch one two three four go all the way up and then i'll start over and i'll just keep redick now. All of them. I love the first one just because of the childhood nostalgia. The third one was for a long time. My favorite Let's the koran one. Of course your fires. And then as i got older i loved the The half blood Half blood prints That was really emotional. I love god prisoner. Ask van though is was probably. That was probably the first one that i was like. Whoa this is. This is cool it will it certainly yes. They the world building that chris columbus was able to do in the first to end the casting major props for those two but clearly the third one kind of like elevated the film making the craft. It's kind of like another level. Total on the other they all and they hold up in their perennials. Now they're classics Have you with any of the principal actors. Have you crossed hassle. Okay fine fact. I did in got devil all the times. I've been double time. I worked with the actor. That plays dudley. Oh is it Is that matthew snow is. It's don't put this thing. Because i can't betray you as a poser of harry potter harry. His name terry. So is that a moment that you confess your harry potter obsessional. I didn't recognize him at first. I didn't recognize him because he's much older. He looks very different. Emma i didn't. He's like a very serious actor in. He was very much in character night. Didn't like i didn't want to geek out. You know because i run his. You know like you know he. Obviously i'm sure they get that so often now and very serious film set playing these very serious characters But i definitely was having this moment of like when i realized it was him. Oh god i told my husband. He was onset he was like. That's crazy. I totally get star struck by them. I saw emma watson once an event. And i think she came up to me and i think she said hi and i think i just froze it. Sounds like the way you're recounting. It sounds like you blacked out. You don't even blacked out. And i think she kind of knew who. I was or something i don't know she said hi. Maybe she didn't know who i was. But i was like just like couldn't couldn't handle. It is bizarre how well adjusted those. Those i don't know what lottery they hit with those actors but those key actors. They're all like great human beings to an amazing to see how they've grown up. Did the the timing of fantastic beasts worked for you ever go up for a role did were you. Did you say to team keough me in. There actually did audition fantastic beasts. I did I was shooting the girlfriend experience at the time. And i probably didn't prep enough. 'cause i i remember they called me in and i was shooting a girlfriend experience and i think ahead like a night and had to go. Fly there the next day and fly back for the audition and I didn't get it. Obviously but but i you know i wish in hindsight i had more time to prepare because i was kind of like i gotta go do it even though i have no time i need to do it. It's funny that like you know you talk about growing up with fantasy and sci fi in all this kind of escape stuff again. I look at the the resume. And i love so much you've done but like when you look at genre stuff it's like i mean you've done one of very significant note fury road. Which is the movie that comes up on this podcast more than any other movie because shit. I mean come on like stone cold genius. Yeah i did a thing with actually george. Just a few months ago for the fifth anniversary. We we Yeah it was pretty as you know. He's just a special special man. Can we dive into that a bit because just endlessly fascinated by that whole experience. It is so unique in every respect of what he was able to do Just from the audition process. Did you know immediately. Like the guy's this guy's at a different operating different frequency than the rest of us. George miller i mean it must have my very first audition was just with casting director and you had to choose from four monologues and one was kind of I can't remember what they were but they were all epic monologues from you know epic films and it was like network and you know it was like it wasn't it wasn't like silly stuff and and you kind of could choose and at the time i didn't really understand what they were doing. I didn't know there were five wives. I didn't know any of that. But i chose the one you know there was one that was kind of Comedic there was one that was emotional. There was one that was You know there was different options and they let you choose the one that i chose. I can't remember the monologue but it was like a very it was firm mail. It was for a man. And i it was a very sort of like strong Mail piece you know. And i was to go for this one because i just feel like nobody else's that's kinda was my attack. One of them was like erin brockovich. I think and Yeah and so. I did the audition. And then i got a call back with the casting director and then they said they're gonna fly you to australia to do this. Sort of mix and match because there's five characters they don't meaning to see whatever So they put you know five girls. They did rounds and rounds of this. Where like five girls would be kind of going through his acting. Workshop with georgia's friend nico and so we would you know they mixed me up with five girls And we had this whole week of kind of drama school essentially and the last day george came in and watch us and a lot of it was improv. a lot of it was it was non scripted. It was you know giving us scenarios giving us things to get into arguments about and Improvisational stuff and we kind of went home. Not knowing if any of us would get it you know it wasn't. It wasn't like a done deal kind of thing and then i think about a week later. They said okay You're gonna officially off offering your plane capable. And i was like okay. I didn't know what that meant at. All you know. And i was like okay and then the next year in namibia the and then slowly i think zoe was already cast And then rosie was cast. After me i believe. And then lastly was. They continued those sort of workshops and then Agian courtney the last you and you know he so thoughtful. It's not. there's no mistake that everything. Once we started He would just send these long voice notes If i just send him a message what do you think about this. Something so quickly could be answered with a short email. He would respond about a day later. And send me like a forty five minute voice note about answering this question and be like you know so much information once we got there you know. It was very apparent that it was a different experience to your general sort of studio film we landed. We had extensive acting workshops extensive working with yvonne's ler movement coach So much so much Prep and you know You'd kind of be like. Oh these like five girls are in the back of the van in the back of the van the back of a truck. And you know you wouldn't assume like how much work done on our characters and and on every single detail that my goggles my hair color my outfit. My shoes my everything like george. There's not one detail inside the rig. There's you know if you're in there which we were for six months there's every little there's everything every detail in the truck george knows about and george put there for a reason you know naggar and you're you're like what you know and then he's like..
"keough" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Approach what you do while i always i. I always had this instinct. That i could do it. You know i. I felt this thing in me that i felt like i could transform myself and i you know i remember looking at myself in the mirror when i was little or you know. Just these weird looking back on these moments. Where if i was crying. And i was upset i would kind of analyze it and be like what is this you know. Goes you know looking at yourself in the mirror crying And just and really really interested in human emotion really interested in people really interested in nuances of people. The way they move their head the way they move their hands like little things. I still am. I'm obsessed with it like i. just you know. So that was. That was where my love for acting came. I think i was obsessed with people and obsessed with. I still am like. I film everything i feel. Everybody i find. I'm in love with like human beings you know and so i think that's just evolved as i've gotten and You know i. I yeah it does strike me that like four an actor like in your age bracket and especially for female actors. Not a lot of them are like you in that like you seem to go after really transformative performances It's is it do resit. Does that resonate when you get a script and you see like oh. This is an opportunity to really kind of like push myself in a in a different way. Absolutely and i really love Doing things that are are challenging. I love completely transforming myself. I i the combination of the challenge and then being able to just feel like a different person is the most fun for me know i. I love that challenge. I love you know and making it authentic not making it silly not making it you know a character a caricature of somebody. You know So that combination. I love and that's what i loved about. Sola is i think they'd like i always loved characters you know i loved fantasy growing up like that like that was something i like the the you know i i mean. I think we're gonna talk about this but like fantasy and and and saifi that those were the things that i actually like loved watching people playing these weird bizarre creatures and the way that human being could totally transform into like a witch or you know what i mean like harry potter. Was everything to me like. That was like you know if i could have had the career my dream career. I would have been in like all the harry. Potter's you know like i. I love and the actual performance. And i love and i also love nuanced performance. I love trying to combine. the two is like ultimate. we are speaking my language. I mean like. I feel like for instance like gary oldman dracula is like my favorite performance. Like ever like unbelievable but yes okay you give me the perfect segue because in the last year especially when we've needed comfort have been asking votes comfort movies and you you kinda cheated a little bit riley. 'cause you with a whole franchise but maybe i'll down. But you went with harry potter which no surprise. It's a comfort movie series for many many people Let's just i tell me like. Did you encounter harry potter. Through the books i or through the movies. What was the. How did you become obsessed. So i was in school in the first book came out and i think i was around the same age as harry and so that was of course like this. You know exciting thing. I got to go up with harry potter and the first film came out and i was in oregon with my dad on a road trip and it was in this little theater in this little town in oregon and it was raining and it was like there were. It was if felt like we were in at hogwarts there. Were these like you know amazing. Greenery intrudes everywhere in this sort of small old town. He took me to see the first film. And i just like. I don't know i i think it was the right age and the right time and i just was such a fan and i i read all the books and i i love love the films and i you know. I always loved magic. I loved the idea of opening up our minds to you know more than the reality. We live in and so so wisconsin favorites favorite character. Oh my gosh. This is so hard. I they won't be offended once you don't mention it's okay. I know i love serious lack. Of course you know how could you not. I love bella. Tricks i were. I love her. Minding i love. Oh my gosh Who else. I love luna. I loved her father. I love you ever dress up as any of the harry potter congress for did really dressed up. I didn't dress out. Have you been sorted. I've been sorted. I was in Griffin door once. And i was in slithering once i think i gem and i've got two sides to you and i can totally see how the hat would get confused with insular. They're enor- perfect or have you. Have you been to wizard world. Have you seen curse child or yeah. I've been to visiting world. Haven't seen chris child i. I went to the To the sets in england which is amazing but also it's money like as an actor actress. You.
"keough" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Just i just try and see grateful on us when probably a lot of it also like it. Seems like you've probably done somebody different film festivals and different kinds of armaments. Like that and those are kind of its own thing. You can have fun with that. Like i think i talked to you and alexander skarsgard wants. It's rondo on. You must have done sundance like every year. The last ten years looking at your love it. I love i love being. I love festivals. I love being amongst people who love them. I love talking about film. I love I feel so at home at sundance at toronto at festivals. You know it's sort of like film nerds like i have those conversations all day. I think i've done sundance. I think like fifteen years in a row and play. I've done toronto. Probably tenure. those are my two like. There's this energy in this every so excited to be there and slumps film as much as i do and you know you're amongst your kind of people totally totally so to give me a sense like going back as a kid You know your family. Obviously a part of pop culture in many different ways. But like i guess music was probably more significant to your parents than necessarily acting worthy arts kind of prominent in your in your childhood and did did it take for you to kind of fall in love with acting in film versus music. Give me a sense of sort of your arc. There yeah yeah. We'll i grew up around. You know only musicians so my father was a bass player. My mother was a singer. They hung out with musicians or musicians everywhere. There is lots of music in my house. I go to bed at night listening to you. Know my parents and their friends up on the piano singing and going to live shows. And there's definitely a lot of music. And i love music and I love you know. I played a bit of piano when i was younger. And you know. I i definitely have an appreciation for it I always always wanted to do film like from you know as early as i can remember. I was videoing everybody and on my camera. And you know making movies and directing my friends and you know i'd make like horror films in the catch up on my friends and you know what i mean like constantly. I have hours and hours of home movies. That i was making so i think that As much as i love music. I think film was something that i very early on was Sort of called to do did you. Did you have an much experience as a kid like re ever on film sets through any of your family members your grandmother etc like you have experiences on on sites so i didn't and i wanted to act and I did know theater in school. I did some theater classes in growing up in la. They're everywhere And the first time. I was on set with my mother was married to nicholas cage and he was directing his first film. And we were in new orleans and that was my first time on the set. And i remember had this moment of You know they were shooting the scene in a room next to us very close in very close proximity and i couldn't hear what the actors were saying and i sort of had. This aha moment where i was like. Oh in movie acting in an acting you. You can be naturalistic and you can exist. In the space and night. They gave me headphones. And i could hear and i was like. Oh my gosh like this is crazy. They're so close. But i can't hear them in. They're having this intimate conversation. And i kind of realized like oh like i had this moment realizing that there's types of acting you can do that are you. Don't that are you know natural. You don't have to always be theatrical like there's there's different types of acting different styles irs theater acting in. There's you know film acting. And there's a combination of the two. And i sort of remember having this moment of like. Oh interesting because i've only ever seen theater acting as a kid and in schools and in my theater classes and stuff you know leader acting this spill matting and there's nick cage acting that's only i mean i'm obsessed with. Do you have a different relationship to his work. I mean obviously. I know that wasn't like a very long relationship. And you're probably in your life but like watching the cage film. Is that different for you then for like penance for me. Probably probably i mean for me. He was just as wild character that entered into my life that you know was hilarious and captivating isaac member every time he was around it was like it was just everything was fun and big. And he's so He's you're such a he big person and i think you know not not dissimilar to the characters he plays -rageous an actor like again willing to like go to places and just trust it out and sometimes it's worked for audiences. Sometimes it hasn't. But i i appreciate the effort. Oh i think you have to. I think you have to have that mindset. You know ink. You can't hold back. And i think you have to really get to that place where you're not limiting yourself and you can just go for it and be willing to fall on your face and for me when i've done that i've you know. Of course there's some pain you know because you're putting your whole heart into it and is vulnerable position to be in. But i do find that when you commit and really you know. Don't hold yourself back. Your work is better so you talk about realization. That are different paths to acting different. Different ways of doing it did that. Start to set. You wanna path of kind of like trying different things out or like early in your career. Did you kind of have to figure out how you're going to approach the work like has it changed over the last fifteen twenty years in terms how you.
"keough" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"With the very talented riley riley keough welcome to the happy second fused on cast at long last. I'm so happy to be here. Are you in the middle of a working. Obviously not literally at this moment but are you terminal listing. that's my best guess. I am terminal listing. I'm zola pressing listing. This in time. I feel like i'm doing early. Press for terminal west. 'cause i just did constance on the podcast a couple of weeks ago and talking to the monster. That is chris pratt in a couple of days so If we wanted we can just start the press tour early on that one Chris pratt might be the most annoyingly Good human being on the planet. Have you enjoyed your time. Thus far with him. I really have. He's incredible he's he's one of the nicest people i've ever met in. It's so inspiring. Truly no do you want to rattle him. I i've i've a gift for you. If you wanna try to like throw him off his game okay. So try so next time you see him. Maybe he's divulge bulge issue. But i don't. He says he's told us many. Call him christo or have you ever considered going by christo. Back story is apparently when he worked at the bubba gump shrimp company before he hit it. Big he Seriously considered going by cristo and that was on his name tag and it. It amuses me to no end that we almost had christo as the science so i wonder where that came. I will ask him. I but let me know how it goes. Because i want you to. I want you to have the upper hand. Will i will do it So congratulations on zola. We're gonna get into that. We obviously have some time so we can talk about just a great many things but First off again. It's good to talk to you at length today. Because i've only talked to these kind of brief kind of weird circumstances. Most recently i saw you at the mtv movie. Intangible words which was surreal for me. How was that night for you. It was very surreal and very cool. I you know there's something very. It's a childhood dream to be on. You know the mtv movie awards mtv music awards it's iga grow up watching it so it was It was my first time at the mtv movie awards and so it was definitely a sort of ethic moment. Our our you generally with those sorts of events The award show the big press events the premier's that your wheelhouse or do you feel like it takes a lot to get you into the into the zone for those kinds of things. I do my best. I think it's you know Mtv it really depends on what it is you know like. Mtv there's it's it's spun it's it's not you don't take yourself too seriously you know it's not the oscars you can't not mess up you know there's not as much pressure So i think i definitely would be more nervous if it was something that was more serious or you know like some very When you're gonna remove just film critics or you know those kind of. I don't know what you're talking about the movie and tv awards. The most prestigious are there other more precision shows. I don't know what you're even talking about right now. I love it. I myself at mtv totally totally What about general comfort levels. I mean i'm such a fan of your work in all the stuff you popped in mostly in the last decade and like you know you seem like an actor that's willing to go for broke. That's not not shy about sort of like taking big chances. Do you feel like most yourself or most comfortable on a set or in front of a camera. It seems like you for whatever reason when the the light turns on. You're able to go to places that maybe you're not able to otherwise absolutely. I think that that's the sort of The the thing you keep going back for is that. I feel the most comfortable the most of the lease limitations and most free when performing. And i think that's how you know that that sort of you're saying I of course there's moments him nervous and you know All of that. I i don't i never you know i get nervous more with Par- probably like public speaking that kind of thing. I when it's me when it's riley go you know like but in terms of acting Is made it so liberating so freeing so fun like you know being a child playing in your backyard like that kind of feeling right now. It's funny you say that. Because like when i was even like an i wanted to talk to you on the podcast for a bit and just finding the head of the right film and the right project But like when. I went back to kind of look at you know other conversations you've done like i can't find much that you've done like long form like solo chats. Is that something that has taken you kind of a while and even now. Hopefully you're not nervous right now but like is it feel like it's it took you a while to kind of to get comfortable with the side of the of the job you know. I love like intimate conversation. I love that. I love when when you're able to connect and have a real authentic conversation A lot of the time. When you're doing press you have like three minutes and it's now or questions and you don't really have a moment to connect and you know i've definitely new kind of end up learning how to do that and i appreciate all of it you know i really appreciate the whole the whole The whole thing. And i think that gratitude makes you know even the moments of press when you're like okay. Another one and another one another one. I think you can try and stop and be present and be thankful that the reason we're doing press our movies people are excited about it and it's this beautiful piece in the world's gonna launch it and i'm.
"keough" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Prepaying or is humans. Happy sad confused begins today. On happy second fused riley keough on her new film zoa and her love of all things harry potter. Hey guys i'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused yes. After a couple of weeks overturning champions of returning filmmakers that we know and love. I'd go right and steven soderbergh. We segue into a new guest on the pod. Though an actor that has very much been on my radar at least for a number of years and in fact has a connection to last week's guest steven soderbergh Riley keough who is always delivering unique and daring performances and film after film and tv product after tv project and. Yes even soda. Bergen her go back a ways. She appeared in magic. Mike and logan lucky in the girlfriend experience on television so he is clearly a key Influence on her career. And that's not a bad one to have but also you know A a lot of very works for riley and always working with great filmmakers The the film. It comes at night a few years. Back american honey from andrea arnold mad max fury road. I never know what to expect from riley and i love that about her. Her new film certainly fits that category. You do not know what you're getting in floor with zoa but here here's just a little a little taste of it. This was the maybe the most buzzed about film at sundance. a year. plus ago when i was there And it is based on in fact a very infamous twitter thread and as i describe it like riley kind of plays this agent of chaos. She's a sex worker who embroils of zoa like the the main character into a wild kind of adventure over a couple of days A bit of a road trip. It takes many unexpected turns and it is Brilliantly shot at photographed and features a host of great performances from top to bottom and And that's really all you need or should should need to know going in. I highly recommend zoa. I've seen it a couple times and that it definitely makes an impact and riley's performances just like electric. She jumps off the screen so really thrilling to get a chance to get to know riley a bit more. I saw her Just a few weeks back at the mtv movie and tv awards in the flash and human. That was weird but it was good to see her. And now on my on the zoom box on my screen so and not to mention. She's big harry potter geek. And that was her comfort movie. She wanted to talk about where the harry potter films. So points for that. You gotta respect that Other things to mention watts of stuff going on been cranking out a bunch of game night episodes happy said confuse game night which is of course our spin off video show. We've been doing on the happy. Second fuse patriae on by the time you listen to this you'll be able to watch The delightful episode with fantastic chris. Pratt you know him. You'll love him star of the tomorrow war on amazon prime such a fun Adventure with chris. Playing a bunch of games and kicking out about tomorrow war jurassic jurassic world and guardians. And all the all the fun stuff. So if you want to check that out go over to the happy second fuse patriot. And by the way you can also watch this riley keough conversation if you want to over there against patriot dot com slash. Happy said confused and by the way one mortiz over there i did. I had to mention it because we just take that the other day and it was to not to not to tease out We did another game night with the one. And only sam human yes sam's back alongside some other Lovely guests from happy. Second fused passed. So if you're a waiting itching for another dose of sam houston in your life. Look forward to that in the coming days or we gersh so it's coming soon. It's coming soon trust me. I won't make what make you wait too much longer authored things to mention. Oh still coming up soon. My conversation with foreign pugh and scarlett johansson for mtv. That's going to pop up before the movie releases next week It's also now been announced that can say it officially that i'm going to be talking to henry cavill for which are con. The witcher this phenomenally successful show on netflix is entering its second season and of course henry cavill is the aforementioned which are and not only the star of the show. He lives and breathes. The stuff you love the game. It's based on the books. It's a big big. Ip for netflix and a phenomenal success And so much so that they have launched which are on the first ever richard hahn so july ninth their series of panels. They're all free. You can watch them. I believe on youtube but go to witcher con dot com for all the info and why mentioning this well. I got a chance to be invited to to interview henry ford. So that conversation with henry cavill will be kind of the main event. The climactic event of which are con- july ninth. Coming up very soon so again for all the details just go to which recon dot com all right. That's all this stuff. I think i'm gonna tease for today. Let's get to the main event. Zoa is the film. The much talked about film. Well we're checking out seek it out if you can. And in the meantime enjoy this chat With all by the way if you don't know already because we don't. I don't like go out of my way to mention it in the conversation Relic you happens to be the granddaughter of elvis. That's something worth mentioning it's a. It's a fun fact. Luckily she's established herself enough in her career. That is not necessarily the lead story. But yes lisa. Marie presley's her mom. Elvis presley was her grandfather. So if you didn't know now you know.
"keough" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"I'm your host mark malkin on today's episode. I'm talking to riley keough the thirty two year old actor. Co stars in the film zola. An india based on a real women's twitter thread documented. What happened when a fellow. Stripper convinces her to take a weekend trip to tampa with her and her boyfriend and roommate co written and directed by jessica bravo eight twenty four movie stars.
"keough" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Much more of a football guy. I guess at this point, I know quite a bit way too much about the double switch and why it's why it's been a failure for the Giants in recent seasons, But, yeah, I mean, the hit and run doesn't do it for me the way that you know, calling off tackle run place does well, it does it for me, and I think that's why we're going to get some. We're going to get some fights picked about about which guys belong in the Hall of Fame. And you put out a good tweet this week, so Dustin Pedroia retires. Yeah, I think your mother you're pretty good. Tweeter. Pretty good notes. Could fax author a retweet Her like on that act at Keough underscore Crowley? Is that the 100? I'll get I'll get feisty after hot takes from this guy. Yeah, I get. I'll give you some hot takes at Adam Copes on Twitter. You'd give us both a follower put stuff out all week long. But you put out a tweet about Dustin Pedroia, who retired this weekend. Say, for the most part for Dustin, victorious career. I was a fan. He was a scrappy dude, he comes up. He's one of the few guys I think in baseball history and off the top of my head. I feel like Ryan Howard did it. But AH, gotta win the rookie of the year and then to win the M V P the following season, which is an extremely rare thing to do to do it in the style that he did it where he was not a huge power hitter. But he did have gap power. He was a world champion. He had that feel of some of the guys who are coming up on the Hall of Fame ballot for the San Francisco Giants from the 10 12 14 era. And so while he's a guy who doesn't have got the numbers? You and I were discussing this last week when it comes to what a Hall of Famer is so used to be automatics like the 3000 hits catchy and 500 Homers. Got Chin 300 wins well is 300 wins. The new 200 wins is 3000 strikeouts, The new 2100 striking What's the number that gets a guy in and what numbers do you need to get in so I guess my question for you and people were suggesting it is where it is destined. Pretoria stack up in baseball history in an easy Abe product of the era, he played him. I think he's the whole of very good, and a lot of people initially misinterpreted my tweet because they just assumed that I was on board with Dustin Pedroia is Hall of Fame candidacy, and I was not. I don't think that Dustin Pedroia.
The DMM Foundation: Putting Your Crypto to Work for You
"You just kind of remind us A little bit about the dm foundation. Sure so dm that sounds for defy money market And it's run by a foundation and basically it's pretty simple. What is trying to do is really just trying to solve the dual problems problems of one currency debasement and then the second is the possibility of earning interest and so we have a defy protocol basically that empowers anybody connected to the internet who has crypto to earn six point two five percent Stable correlated yield on their assets We do that through Basically a protocol you can interact with The compound that you convert your either. Us dc die either or use dt into. What's called 'em tokens. And then this earned six point two five percent. You can come in and out at anytime. You want one of the big differences. Where we're focused is is really. We know that in the crypt space time yield can be like a thousand percent and then it could be like point two percent right and so define money. Market is really focused on a stable interest rate. And the way we do that as we actually connect and interest is generated from real world assets that are all viewable on chain and this provides. It's very stable. Six point two five percent return and we use chainlink. Oracle's where all this information now is transparent into what's backing up the eco-system and the portfolios sentence producing this interest So it's governed by dow the dow. So oh it's full decentralized governance and we think that it's a new way that i think a lot of folks are interested in because again it kind of helps you solve the ability for debasement because all the all the assets actually buy real so we have an inflationary environment real senator. Pretty good the second thing is you can get the view into the underlying assets and you get the stable six point two five percent so it's been pretty well received by the market in that i think we fit in niche in the overall space grip space.
Benjamin Keough Laid to Rest at Elvis Presley's Graceland 3 Months After His Death
"Benjamin Keogh, who is the son of Elvis Presley, is daughter Lisa Marie. Has been buried next to the music star at his iconic home in Memphis, Graceland he passed away a few months ago. Ah Yoko Ono by the way,
"keough" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
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"keough" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Why should the tax payers of Montgomery County, and other places after pay for state police to go governor city this thing mismanaged by leadership. His what what's it like working in your county as the judge? I imagine there's a few people there that disagree with you but it worked out. If I walked in and didn't know anything about your county or anything and I just looked around to find out how are they handling it here? Would I immediately know same old stuff county same thing it looks like it could be arrested if I don't do this how's it been sorted out? Is there is there a debate going on in your county on what to do to handle? There's Inter. County doctor Paul Rhonda there really is not a debate going on in our county. Now, there has been some debate about what is enforceable what is not enforceable and with our district attorney Howard willing to digits. but overall, the people are in pre much lockstep. We are extremely conservative county. You figure we got anywhere from seventy, seventy, five percent registered Republican voters. So. But again, this data as people move in from other areas of the country where a high growth area things will continue to change. Until that point we hold our ground in. We're pretty much in lock sync together. I will tell you in our county government. That are sheriffs is is on board with all of what we're doing. Our attorneys are our county attorney, our District Attorney just you know to our clerk said our our budget in our purchasing land security emergency management, matter of fact, my chief of Staff which I'm so glad that I did Jason is also my is in is really a CO direct ship or scared emergency management. So all of this stuff comes right to my office oats on not off guard and I see it. We're on the same age as a matter of fact, I because of a position that I took on issue of mass. we were getting so many telephone calls because can't judge in Harris County, which is our real..
"keough" Discussed on The Town Haul
"Solar panels are useless in so that's kind of the part about sustainability is it's about being efficient sustainable, not just making a bunch of purchases. And because that's what you think you do like solar is great. But it's the best option where you're in a state that gets cold. Maybe more money needs to go into making sure that we have pipes that don't freeze, so you don't have to heat locker rooms and offices to a out five months a year that have nobody in them because you have to keep your ceiling run water pipes from freezing. So those are the things were teams in? I'm really focused on is making sure that teams choose what's best for them. Not just choosing what they think. Everyone else is doing a team in Arizona great solar. Let's go team in Michigan. Maybe a cogeneration or another variation of of anti freezing technology or you know little Iot widgets that go on pipe, so you know when you have a leak, and you can shut it off your cellphone forty miles away instead of a ten hour. You know a treasure hunt to try to figure out where this little pinhole leak is, so that's kind of what I see as teams really looking to make the effort, but if they make the effort in. In the wrong direction now we have to step backwards bunch of money to get back to baseline again and start over you know PNC. The pirates are doing a great job. Obviously what what's going on in Atlanta, they are one of the pinnacles of of what's going on with the the Falcons stadium, but you know every day a new team is stepping out every time a new stadium. They're the pinnacle and that's kind of the way going so far. You tell crazy when you rake down. It seems like such a simple solution like. The part that keeps getting to me is like yeah, of course. Someone in Minnesota shouldn't have solar that all of those things and I I very rarely have like true lightbulb epiphany clicks and I'm like having one right now, and I did want to go back quickly to talk about you know the butts in the seats like you said you know Cova. This year's going to be different. But I am curious because sports like minor league ball in MLB NBA, and all of these attractions are really larger than life in have these incredible phantoms, and.
"keough" Discussed on The Town Haul
"You're going for more. More like that it. You've already got bank. You gotta hit your. That's GonNa Count Towards your stats. Let's stretch it out. Let's see what else you can do. And I think when I was starting my company looking at names, and I was always saying we. We gotta do this. We gotta get together. You know you can do this with us. We together all these. We's very team oriented and all of a sudden. You're like. Wait a second. That's it like we all have to go for two. We all have to take a little bit extra. We have to go a little further, and then obviously it's a nod to the two degrees Celsius that. We're all trying to stay under here. Try to keep our planet at a habitable level, but you know we go for two is really about being a platform organization. Succumb be the best they can be. While others do what they do well in that all contribute to this greater goal of working towards whatever working towards whether that's reducing waste or increasing our water, efficiency or Making it more publicly aware what's going on giving people more access and more information to not only see impact on the world. But to give their kids and their parents and their friends access the same thing, and and that's really what it's been about is. How do we use what we already have what you know very apollo thirteen like we. This is all we have. You know we can't always depend on crazy something new and innovative like let's be innovative. What we have you know so for me. It's really about taking that extra step of doing a little more you know. You could sit back and be happy with that base hit, but a doubles great, and that's really kind of where it. All kind of sparked from I've heard you describe. We go for two in some of the programs before like. It's a personal trainer to run your business more sustainably. I really liked that analogy. How do you developing breakdown like a program? Let's for a minor league baseball team. How do you get started? will just like any good personal trainer. Any any good coach or you know analysts would do..
"keough" Discussed on The Town Haul
"Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the town hall. Were GonNA shift gears a little bit today and talk about a topic and I think we've only covered maybe once before on the town hall. I think it was June of twenty eighteen in. That's sustainability in the world of sports. I will say the last guy that came on here to talk about. Green sports was incredible, and you have some big shoes to fill, but it was my dad closure, so I'm biased, but I can promise. This episode will be very inspiring, a wonderful way to feel a little bit of passion while we're all in this big sports free drought during cove nineteen, so welcome I guess Shinkyo. Thank you. Thank you happy to appreciate it. Okay, let's start off pretty easy in another again you know full disclosure I do Kinda feel like I knew you a little bit. Even before we met because I did. Watch you on the real housewives of Orange County, but for those listening who may not be familiar with a very unique career trajectory. Walk us through kind of your personal and professional time. Line all the stuff that you've been doing then. Where do you think you can pinpoint like sparked passion for environmental? Sustainability Yeah? We'll no. That's not a broad question at all. I guess in short I grew up around the world of sports. My grandfather, my father actually my aunt, my great uncle all played professional sports in some capacity whether it was baseball Olympic volleyball, so the world sports is literally been part of my DNA. party. Everything I've really ever done a since. I can remember I got done playing baseball myself in two thousand. Thousand ten I was in the Minor League organization. Luckily, because of sports because of my father taking our family, Japan when I was a baby. During the Major League Baseball strike I I got to grow up in Japan, will fit in Kobe father played for the Hunting Tigers and just seen and interacting with just such a different culture. Everything was done differently. Travel was done..
Matt Keough, former A’s pitcher and executive, dies at 64
"As former pitcher an executive at Keele passing away at the age of sixty four the former all star was a special assistant for the ace and was being detail comeback player of the year in nineteen
Weekend Stakes Preview Presented by NYRA Bets
"I don't know how much derby influence this feels can have. But I'll tell you what I think. There are some really nice horses in here. That WanNa do this one turn mile and see if maybe one of them can Can Get the job done and move forward on that Derby trailing. Yeah Yeah I think it's a pretty nice field You know may not be an contain any derby contenders like you said but you know. I certainly think they're handful in here. Who are going to make this an entertaining an interesting race. The one I could see four or five of them winning. It's one where he'd probably end up having a spread but there were of them that I was kind of interested in You know what a horse that. I'm pretty fond of the Montauk traffic. I like young horses. Who are able to overcome adversity. And that's exactly what. This horse did First Time that was just Don't know what happened. She dwelt early and he did. And that was the end of it from the rail in the slop at Laurel you toss that race and and I mean he did exactly what you want a prospect to stretching out prospect to do he was able to sit able to make a run and pass runners and he was impressive in both of his next two wins the maiden when Downstairs in the and the Wingfield win. Also at seven eighths Settled inside didn't have a problem kicked out and And was able to run away from his competition. So I I don't think a mile Distance will be much of a problem for him. I just don't know how much upside he really has. You know. He's a gritty horse and He's one that I wanNA use but the one who I'M GONNA put on top of the three wars stop or I love the way that he improved. First Time in Blaker is just second time on dirt last time here at the The Mile trip here and act when I turned in a big beyer speed figure went right to the front And just kept on going. I think he is one that I want to keep an eye on moving forward. I think he'll be a decent prospect stretching out to to turn on the on the dirt and I'm GONNA give shops go right from his maiden win to Earning grade three status here in the In the Gotha. Yeah. I'm definitely. He's my topic as well. I'm a big fan of wall stopper. I liked what I saw from him. First Time Out Less time out rather when he got the meeting win. First Time blinkers. I should say now. That was a big effort. Thought Mischievous Alex might have some distance limitations. But it's hard to argue. How good he's been in his last two starts. Since his trainer John Service added the blinkers to his repertoire. I don't think six does without a chance from an ever Keough. Sauna current one turn mile. Got The goose ca pedigree on the bottom. I don't know how far this was gonna WanNa go with the one turn. Mile shouldn't be a problem and Necker island Friday he won going a mile in the slop. At Churchill downs just stopped got out running swell last time. The miles should be more to his Liking as he's already won distance and we'll see him. I under neath. I think it's wide open. I think war stopper shows up. They're all running the second money. I'm a big fan of his An of all these sources. I think him He's probably the one most likely to move on the Derby Trail. Regardless of what happens tomorrow. He can get beat tomorrow and maybe still move forward. I'd like to see him win But if he got beat I'd still think he can be contender. Might be the only one more stop for both of us in the grade. Three three hundred thousand dollar.
"keough" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Mean you know prince William I mean here you could have you forgotten your school yeah lost you lose someone who's winning Russia is the model Toni Garn who dated Leonardo di Caprio for about ten months until she turned twenty five and then she tipped out of his injury on the right is now engaged to Alex Pettyfer Alex he was one age to albus is granddaughter Riley Keough it was just another check I can't remember Brian de did Leonardo for actually eighteen months oh wow in twenty thirteen and then she turned twenty four and she realize why am I dating this guy for two years with no intention of getting married so I don't know who broke up with her but anyway now she's engaged to Alex Pettyfer would you well there was to be a guy's third engaged not at all no pressure was Alex is too for he was a movie that he and then cap he sold I think we have a photo of an was super super nice and kept trying to get him to talk about his personal life and he was very very good and dazzling with other answers that has anything to do with the round yeah he really rounded he's he's really good he's right behind you he's another CM a is going to be a movie star and it hasn't happened yet bad anyway he he met Tony Elton John's Oscar party so if you ever get invited to that had that server knowing that is a place for meeting people this could change the rest your life I'm in get me in there when we come back then we're gonna be visible on a seven one.
By blacklisting Huawei, the US could be shooting itself in the foot
"There's an interesting observation to be made here about the global economy, things that usually happened really, really slowly. Until they happen. Really, really fast. Oh, explain from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. I'm KAI Ryssdal. It is Thursday. Today, the sixteenth of mega is always to have you along, everybody. We begin today with this ten days ago, Amir week and a half. Every indication was that the trade mad disagreements between the United States and China were all but solved couple more meetings, a quick Trump's, she phone call done and done. Now. It's tariffs as far as the I can see. And as of yesterday quite possibly a breakdown in the heavily, integrated and extremely globalized technology supply chain, we refer here, of course, to the Trump administration, effectively blacklisting, the Chinese technology, giant hallway, which will cut that company off from its American suppliers, chips, from Qualcomm and phone software from Google to name. Just a couple. You're all that in with bands on while way in other countries. And as marketplace's Scott Tong reports now from Washington, there does seem to be something of a digital iron curtain descending if the US shoe. Hallway, it also hits its own foot inside while we gadgets are innards from firms, like Intel, oracle and Western Digital but tech firms sensing the crossfire are trying to get out of the way and avoid partnering with companies subject to bands in retaliation says Linley Gwen app of the Linley group. I think that companies are trying to reduce their exposure to the band, and by fewer components from countries that could be affected the word decoupling is being whispered in the US and China that is each country may develop its own separate supply, chain, while we has long been on Washington's hitlist and is trying to make parts semiconductors in house. Business professor at ten Wong judge young university has a new book on wall way. He says the company can be self sufficient that can make it south. Maybe he's not as good as the US components, but it's not much worse. They still can't sell products so that prepare for these more than ten years, while ways, DIY project. Could accelerate Chinese innovation? And in areas like wireless, five G many see hallway as already ahead. So the US might not want to cut itself off says, political scientists Abraham Newman at Georgetown, France in the nineteen eighties tried to develop its own internet, and it was kind of ridiculous, and the risk is that we end up with a new version of that a lesser. They un-filed g network. He says the US is weaponising interdependence and could unravel a global tech supply chain that took a generation to come together. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. You can argue till the cows come home about tariffs who wins who loses who pays wait. No, you can't consumers pay and nobody wins. But there is at least one agreed upon reality. When it comes to what tariffs due to an economy, the way things normally work don't work anymore. Marketplace's refinish your explains that one I don't know if you've ever grown plants in a terrarium they love it in there because they're protect. But when you take them, out and expose them to the outside world, they don't always do out there, not strong. It breeds a kind of laziness here Simon Lester is with the Cato Institute and he's not talking about terrariums. He's talking about tariffs tariffs that protect some US businesses from foreign competition. You don't have to compete with the best in the world, just sort of relax. You don't have to work that hard, you're not gonna face any competition. US steel companies, for example, don't face as much pressure to upgrade plants now they can in our raising prices without competition from foreign steel producers. Ultimately, I think if you want to sessile businesses, you want them competing in order to, you know me as a fishing has possible Chinese goods. Don't usually compete with US goods head on. We don't make a lot of the same stuff, but many goods that are made in America are made with Chinese parts tariffs. Make those parts more expensive Tim Keough teaches economics at the university of Minnesota gonna make things to the US shell the rest of the world. Be more expensive than we're gonna lose market share because of that. But the. Disadvantages go beyond that, take the tariffs on steel aluminum. The metal that would be going into the US now goes to global markets increasing supply and depressing prices outside the US Rufus York's is president of the national Foreign Trade Council. Many of my manufacturers say that this has a direct impact on their competitiveness. Not only because their costs go up, but actually their foreign competitors costs. Go down your says the morn industries protected the less productive, it's likely to become in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for marketplace. In higher education news on this Thursday, three much reviled letters. S A N, t the college board purveyor of the aforementioned exam is adding a new score to it math, reading, and writing the optional essay and now adversity as in the hurdles like neighborhood crime, and poverty, that students might have dealt with getting into college. It's yet another attempt by the college board to keep its core product, the SAT, relevant as the idea. Of who gets in wear gets more attention. Marketplace's Amy Scott has more on that when Scott vers, I'll was weighing student applications. This college admission season he had another tool to consider. He's dean of undergraduate admissions at the university of South Carolina, along with grades and essays and test scores and environmental context. Dashboard. Offer details like family and housing stability access to AP classes and neighborhood poverty, and crime. And that did help us find some students that we would probably would otherwise not considered the university was one of fifty testing out the dashboard. This year, the college board will roll it out to all schools next year, and it'll be free, but SAT critic Robert Shafer with fair test says it's a business move with selective colleges under pressure to admit more students of color and low income students. More of them are making standardized tests. Optional people have long known that head scores were a excellent. Mega of accumulated advantage. And now, the college board is going to admit it by thing. You can't use raw scores. You have to examine them in context. The college board has tried something like this, in the past in the late nineteen nineties, it's so-called strivers program aimed to take socioeconomic factors including race into account. But Shaffer says critics accused the college board of back door affirmative action, and the program was dropped Tiffany Jones directs higher, Ed policy at the education trust advocacy group. She says the dashboard doesn't include race without looking at race explicitly. It's very difficult to try to account for racial inequality. Students also won't know their scores adding another layer of mystery to the college admissions process. I'm Amy Scott for marketplace. There was a fairly brief, but all important announcement from Boeing today, a quick four paragraphs, the first sentence of which read Boeing has completed development of the updated software for the seven. Thirty seven max, which is big the company says it's working with the FAA to get the planes back in the air. Investors were reassured Boeing shares up two point three percent day. The broader markets up as well. Not as much though. We'll have the details when we do the numbers.
China's economy grew 6.6% in 2018, the lowest pace in 28 years
"On that from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio. Economists who have studied the US China trade gap say it will be hard to eliminate since. It's caused in large part by US demand. For Chinese products is also not clear how quickly US farmers and companies would be able to meet the increased Chinese demand. Exporting more US liquefied natural gas to China. Could also be tricky because new export terminals could be needed to growth, South Korea's January. First twenty days of export numbers down fourteen point six percent. And there was a twenty three percent drop in shipments to China. Let's check the markets. The Hang Seng index is up a third of one percent. Shanghai composite is up seven tenths of one percent. Stocks are flat in Seoul. And the Nikkei is now four tenths of a percent in Tokyo. Global news twenty four hours a day live in talk on Twitter, powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. In Hong Kong, I'm Bryan Curtis. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio. I'm June Grosso. And I'm Ed Baxter. Volkswagen of America. Ceo, Scott, Keough sees a major growth opportunity incidents and says it's still a segment worth pursuing. Bloomberg's David Westin spoke with Keough. So let's talk about your relatively new job. You had a lot of
"keough" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Good morning. Good afternoon. Wherever you may be this lovely overcast in LA. And we had some major aims for a loss. I was in New York. Thursday and Friday Thursday afternoon and Friday, and it was raining Thursday evening by pouring rain. And then I come to LA for what for more rain. So it's happening. I wanna talk about his hurricane season is approaching us and how to prepare affect its may places. It's already happening with Michael was was quite a storm. I think they downgraded to a four or five but still it's happening. The good news for many of us out there who enjoy winter sports. It's I know Park City is already gotten some snow. So that's a good thing for for me. And that's a great thing. Anyway, you're here live with Dr Jeff Weber your host here for the next thirty minutes on pet life radio asked the vet Dr Jeff we're here for you here for your pets. Also want to promote that next week next week, my client friend Riley Keough is going to be on. You don't know where you can check her out. She is Elvis and Priscilla Presley granddaughter and Lisa Marie daughter and a very talented actors in her own, right? And a consummate dog lover has to. Phenomenal dogs, and they cheered. Her husband just really put a lot of energy effort into their dogs, which is just great. So anyway, she's going to be I guess that'd be any questions. You have the week now to check out Riley and K E O U G H Keough and just to you. If you want to prepare something look at some of the things she's done. We're going to try to start a series now with maybe once a month, I'm gonna try to bring in one of my celebrity clients and just talk because you really.
"keough" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Of keough and giovanni of bear some life share stories about their experience and nc four coming to our you then thank you for every ten village for hosting us session really sharing back in hopefully you guys can learn more about their skull and the network cap was proven kind of get started we can start with quantum introduction hey we everyone i'll have eric here in joe twelve companies action that in doing his days he's employee number one act on and then host community similar to ours community and call on deck or by ponders that's one that i went to young man just a great community builder wage people person meet mentor people so yeah turn it over to you eric thank you sheila for your help the organizing this event so much for having us on super inspired zuberbuhler kugler so their community and real recognize real doing something awesome so cool so we're excited to talk a little bit about village the network catalyst program i'll start with a bit of background myself on the firm and we're going to give more of the the pitch so speak in these guys will say more of the real what happens day today just getting is level is quick first background on myself as mentioned entrepreneur and investor help start a few companies as founding team at a company called product time which the discovery platform for startups and it sold to angels which is covered platform or for investors and started this community called on deck which is for people who are looking to start or join their next company and that's in six different cities in the world and during before village i'd angel scout invested in about forty companies and then the rest of my team i came together with ben cazenove who is the chief of staff to reid hoffman and wrote few books the alliance and start review with read also an entrepreneur and investor and then later teamed up with and wayne who was formerly the ceo at check big on that many other operator experiences and then rospa beanie who is a longtime entrepreneur investors well and we decided to start village global which is really trying to think about how the future of venture capital will be driven by networks we tried to build a firm that had network at every level of its dna and sue places wheat we saw to really really innovate were both in our l p base and both on how we make muscles and how we support and a source diligence companies so on the base a lot of venture funds and appeaser of course people invest in venture funds are opie base is zippers time doing the presentation connected capital ob base most venture firms have bigger institutions as lp's whether it's pension funds or hospitals or new big sort of university endowments and it's pretty cool because when they make money they make money for the red cross or they make money for stanford or sort of organizations that that are good to give money to but we thought how can we build an lp base that is will really add value to entrepreneurs and so we spent a long time almost couple years and we tried to and succeeded getting some of the best in the world of some of the based companies who do not just lend their capital and their their brand publicly endorsing the the funding but also their time and so is spend wanted to events year with select entrepreneurs like network leaders and john value our company that's one way.
Bill to fight opioid crisis passes House with overwhelming support
"Chief more with your calls but first trump wants congress to wait until after the november midterm elections to consider immigration reform evan haydn riches and the w r k o newsroom he's got all of those details what are they evan thank you get down to near the midnight wr keough news as the president tweeted this morning that gop leaders should wait until more republicans are elected in the upcoming mid terms he said democrats just playing games and reform right now as one house republican immigration bill failed yesterday and then a vote on a second measures been postponed to next week congress is getting some work done today though as a big package of opioids bills is headed to the senate after clearing the house today the effort aims to curb the growing opioid crisis in the us as that house package was approved overwhelmingly three ninety six to fourteen and the supreme court is making a ruling today on privacy police want to track a suspect using cell phone data the supreme court said they'll need a warrant as technology has enhanced the government's capacity to encroach upon areas normally guarded from inquisitive is a majority of five justices said they're trying to preserve a degree of privacy the court ruled in a case brought by a robbery suspect convicted in part on the strength of cell tower records obtained without warrant the justices were careful to say the decision is limited to cell phones not other surveillance tools or techniques dissenters still warned the decision will inhibit law enforcement aaron katersky abc news new york.
Panda Beer anyone? Craft beers flow in middle-class China
"To expanding the palette of chinese consumers and promoting sales of high end bruise hundreds of craft beer enthusiasts investors and brewers are attending the twenty eighteen craft beer of china exhibition featuring local breweries like rothenberg beer myth monkey brewing lazy taps and boxing cat brewery brewers are sharing tips on the latest technology in sales trends as consumption grows in china beyond legacy bruce to more experimental refined and expensive flavors toyota's chiefs promising to lead a push among manufacturers to keep a competitive edge in emerging technologies like zero emission and autonomous driving a keough toyota told reporters on friday automakers continue to be the mainstay of japan's economy toyota who's the new chairman of the japanese automobile manufacturers association said japan leads the world in electrified vehicles would including hybrids and plug ins with pure electric vehicles and isn't falling behind china he's.