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"kyra" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:07 min | 1 d ago

"kyra" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Kyra night. Shane Peterson is on vacation. He has left us for San Francisco, which in Spanish Means Shane's not here. So we have Brady bones in the studio break bones. Thank you so much for being on the ones and twos. You are. New addition to Cairo night. Let's put it that way. You're the newest addition to Kyra Nights on the team, and we're happy to have you, buddy. Thank you very much. I'm happy to be your first solo board up job. I got to do cool. So, uh, Saudi women Are allowed to live alone without permission from a male guardian. Now, if I said that phrase to you, you might be saying Jack Stein, Are you reading a headline from 1945? Jack Stein? Are you reading a headline from 1950? No, I am reading you a headline that was from Two days ago that was just released by Gulf News. That is correct that Saudi women are now allowed under the law to live alone without permission from a male guardian in the country of Saudi Arabia specifically Dubai. So, Brady bones. This just makes me happy. Now, This isn't the good news as much as it is that I am happy that we live in the United States. I am so grateful. Every single day that I live in the greatest country on Earth because We don't have to put up with stuff like this. And women don't have to fight for their rights in this way. Now. Are there issues with the United States? Are there problems with the United States? Absolutely. But fundamentally, if we look at the way that we treat people By and large with some exceptions. We treat each other fairly, and I just wanted to highlight that in these very contentious times that we can all recognize that there are other places on Earth that are Not so good Brady bones that are actually pretty bad. So I say good news. We live in America Brady Bones. Let's say, you know, I'd say good news. We live in America to exile If yeah, if you would have told me that headline article I would have been like that sounds extremely messed up and sounds like it's definitely from like the fifties. Somewhere, but hearing that I'm just like it took them till now. Yeah, that's become alone is like people are complaining in the United States about some things a lot of things actually, and There's women out there. They don't even have rights. Yeah, exactly exactly. And it's I think that it's important for people to put the United States and context when we analyze the things that are wrong with the United States, of which there are many, But that doesn't necessarily mean that we can't fix those things. I think when you look at the United States, and you compare it and contrast it with a place like Don't know. Saudi Arabia, where women are literally treated as second class citizens. It makes you a little bit more thankful to live in God's country where you women do not have to put up with this Now. At the same time, though, I want to recognize People out there who are saying Well, we have issues with policing and we have issues with government and we have yet to and I say absolutely. I understand your concerns as well. At the same time, you do not have to go to your father or your brother. If your husband is killed, or if he is non existent and ask if you can live alone in the United States and up until a couple of days ago in Saudi Arabia, you did have to do that Brady bones so Brady Bones. You got a girlfriend? You got a lady friend in your life. I do not. Unfortunately. Oh, no Brady Bones. We got to change that in your life. Been trying for a while Set? Don't worry. During quarantine. It's hard man. Yeah, I'm sure it's really difficult. But thankfully, you have a burgeoning career in radio and I'll tell you this right now. Brady Bones all of the ladies. You tell them that you work in radio. They cannot get enough of it. I'm telling you right now, when I met the missus, and she said, What do you do? And I said, I'm a radio broadcaster. She said you were what And so I'm telling you, man, ladies, not only do they appreciate the power, not only they appreciate the the prestige of being a radio broadcaster. They appreciate the voice spreading bones. You got to get that Right right in the go ahead and relax. The layering is a little bit and get that kind of gravel in there, so you can really kind of impress them with your voice, Brady bones. I wish I could impress him with my voice. So I talk and I never stopped talking. And I mean, it's a good day. Like if I talk about sports, That's where Right. That's where I go off the rails. And most ladies are like, okay, he knows too much. Yeah, well, uh, Speaking of ladies Brady bones, Ashley's gone. Triano is going to be on the line in the next segment, because there are people who are leaving California in Mass. Now, my friend Ashley's gone. Triano is a small town. Uh, Trump voting small business owning kind of gal. And I like to have her on every Friday, so I can one make fun of her, but to so that she can give us an insight into what's going on in other places of the country, and we can make sure that those things don't happen here. For example, in California,.

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Durant (42), Irving (39) Quiet Boston Crowd, Win 141-126

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Durant (42), Irving (39) Quiet Boston Crowd, Win 141-126

"The nets are forced to three games to one lead in their first round series with a one forty one one twenty six victory at Boston Kyra Irving had thirty nine points and eleven rebounds to quiet the first post pandemic full house at the TD garden where he was booed throughout game three and most of Sunday the former Celtic was nearly hit by a bottle thrown from the stands Kevin Durant scored forty two points for the nets while James harden added twenty three with a career playoff high eighteen assists Jayson Tatum followed is fifty point eruption in game three by scoring forty for the Celtics the nets can wrap up the series on Tuesday I'm Dave Ferrie

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Tatum's 50 Points Carry Celtics Over Nets 125-119

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tatum's 50 Points Carry Celtics Over Nets 125-119

"Jayson Tatum put the Celtics on his back as Boston made a series against the nets with a one twenty five one nineteen win in game three Tatum's career playoff high fifty points now with the Celtics to victory after they dropped the first two games in Brooklyn trying to protect home court trying to get a win it at all costs you know sometimes nice like visa needed market smart added twenty three points as Boston rallied from fifteen down early to lead by as many as seventeen James harden scored forty one and Kevin Durant had thirty nine for the nats Kyra Irving faced heavy booze and totaled sixteen points in his first game in front of Boston fan since leaving the team in free agency Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Nets Get Seven 3s From Harris, Rout Celtics 130–108 for 2–0 Lead

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nets Get Seven 3s From Harris, Rout Celtics 130–108 for 2–0 Lead

"Joe Harris tied a franchise playoff record with seven three pointers while scoring a post season career high twenty five points as the nets routed the Celtics won thirty one await Harris delivered sixteen points in the first quarter while going four for four beyond the arc Kevin Durant scored twenty six points and James harden added twenty for the nets who lit up the Celtics for forty points in the first quarter after scoring just sixteen in the opening period of game one Kyra Irving had fifteen points six rebounds and six assists for the nets who made seventeen three pointers Marcus smart scored nineteen points for the Celtics game three is Friday in Boston I'm Dave Ferrie

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Durant, Irving Power Nets Past Cavs for No. 2 Seed in East

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Durant, Irving Power Nets Past Cavs for No. 2 Seed in East

"Kevin Durant and the nets have claimed the number two seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs with a one twenty three one oh nine win over the Cavaliers was a new season for us not just in the child we all want to have distance out of things like the regular season but we just want to continue to keep getting better but not you know realize that the regular season's over isn't the new box Russell R. I'm looking forward to the preparation we go through the whole journey on the floor to transfer out to rebound shy of a triple double providing twenty three points and thirteen assists in the nets fifth straight win Kyra Irving had seventeen points for the nets who rested James harden after he played the last two games following an eighteen game injury absence Irving shot seven of eleven from the field and three for three from three point range I'm Dave Ferrie

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Durant Scores 33 Points in Return, Nets Beat Suns 128-119

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00:32 sec | Last month

Durant Scores 33 Points in Return, Nets Beat Suns 128-119

"Kevin Durant poured in thirty three points on twelve of twenty one shooting in twenty eight minutes off the bench helping the nets are to one twenty eight one nineteen win over the sun's directness Brooklyn's previous three games after bruising his left side early in a loss to Miami last Sunday Kyra Irving paced Brooklyn with thirty four points and Blake Griffin added fifteen as the next move one and a half games ahead of the seventy Sixers Devin Booker scored thirty six points in the Andre eight medic twenty with thirteen rebounds for the sons who are tied for second with the clippers in the west and two games behind the jazz I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bam! Adebayo's jumper lifts Heat past Nets, 109-107

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00:33 sec | Last month

Bam! Adebayo's jumper lifts Heat past Nets, 109-107

"Them at a bio drained a thirteen footer as time expired to give the heat a one oh nine one oh seven victory over the nets and a by who finished with twenty one points fifteen boards for Miami which trailed by six in the final minutes before closing that I tend to run or drag each chipped in eighteen points in Kendrick Nunn added seventeen as the heat ended a three game losing streak Landry Shannon had thirty points for Brooklyn and Kyra Irving scored twenty for the nets who lost Kevin Durant early in the game with a left eye contusion the outcome drops in its one and a half games behind the east leading seventy Sixers I'm the ferry

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Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Returned Kyra Sedgwick’s Engagement Ring

Who? Weekly

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Returned Kyra Sedgwick’s Engagement Ring

"Kevin bacon returned kira sedgwick's engagement ring. Because she hated it. Can you guess the jokey lead the kevin bacon e jokey lead. I'll seven degrees of rang hating or this degree of. Let me tell you something. You're on the right planet. You're right there. you're hovering over the. Is it the right joke. It's the right joke continent. You're like hovering over the right continental joe. We're this many degrees from kevin bacon. But we know he'd return cures that what is it is. We're sorry. I thought it'd be easy. I know it's not easy but it is it. Is this call it. Six degrees of miscommunication. Oh happened to say

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Harden has triple-double, Irving 27 as Nets edge Wolves

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00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Harden has triple-double, Irving 27 as Nets edge Wolves

"James harden recorded yet another triple double as the nets cobble together a one twelve one oh seven win over the Timberwolves harden had thirty eight points thirteen assists and eleven rebounds to tie the nets single season record of twelve triple doubles doing it in just thirty two games Kyra Irving finished with twenty seven points in the nets eighteenth win in twenty one games Irving was back after missing a three game road trip due to family reasons both he and harden hit two free throws apiece after the wolves cut a seventeen point deficit to wanna wait one oh seven I'm Dave Ferrie

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Gordon's 38 points lift Magic past Nets, 121-113

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Gordon's 38 points lift Magic past Nets, 121-113

"Eric Gordon poured in a season high thirty eight points in the magic held off a fourth quarter charge to end the net six game winning streak one twenty one one thirteen Kerr together is a collective effort and you know that they can score in bunches and yeah we stay composed and we continue to execute Evan Fournier had thirty one points for the magic who overcame Kyra Irving season high forty three points to end a nine game losing streak Nikola vucevic added twenty two points fourteen rebounds and eight assists for Orlando the magic lead one oh three eighty four through three quarters but the nets opened the fourth with a sixteen one run nets guard James harden scored nineteen points but missed eleven of his fifteen shots I'm Dave Ferrie

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James Harden has triple-double, short-handed Nets top Pacers

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

James Harden has triple-double, short-handed Nets top Pacers

"James harden carried the short handed nets to the fourteenth victory in their last fifteen games providing forty points fifteen assists and ten rebounds and one twenty four one fifteen when it Indiana was our effort no Sir she answered we did a good job just get after harden carried the load while the nets played without Kevin Durant Kyra Irving and Blake Griffin he tied the game at ninety six with a runner in the lane igniting a thirteen for Ron Joe Harris finished with nineteen points and Jeff green added fifteen with nine boards as the nets moved into a first place tie with the seventy Sixers in the Eastern Conference Malcolm Brogdon had twenty two points to lead the Pacers scoring for the fifth time in his last six starts I'm Dave very

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Harden has triple-double, carries Nets over Pistons 100-95

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00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Harden has triple-double, carries Nets over Pistons 100-95

"James harden recorded another triple double in the nets won for the twelfth time in thirteen games by downing the pistons one hundred ninety five harden scored twelve of his twenty four points in the fourth quarter to help Brooklyn improved to twenty six and thirteen he helped the nets rally after Detroit took a ninety one ninety lead early in the fourth harden also had ten rebounds and ten assists in his fifty fifth career triple double Kyra Irving finished with eighteen points and Landry sham it added fifteen off the bench Jeremy grant scored twenty two was Detroit fell to ten twenty eight I'm Dave Ferrie

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Mavs end Nets' 8-game run as Porzingis returns, Irving sits

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00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Mavs end Nets' 8-game run as Porzingis returns, Irving sits

"The Brooklyn nets eight game winning streak came to convincing end as the Dallas Mavericks trounced them one fifteen ninety eight the mass within a twenty five point first half by James harden to lead sixty eight sixty four at the intermission they've been held harden to just four points and that's the only thirty four in the second half with look at dodges leading the way Dodgers top tells his offense with twenty seven points adding seven rebounds and six assists Kristoff's we think is returning from an injury contributed eighteen points Brooklyn played without the hurting Kevin Durant and Kyra Irving I'm Tom Mariam

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Kyra Sedgwick: Empty Nest, Barn Full Of Goats

Ask Me Another

06:14 min | 4 months ago

Kyra Sedgwick: Empty Nest, Barn Full Of Goats

"Our first. Two guests are writers for late. Night with seth meyers and you may know them from other places. Ben warheit played an awful wall street. Guy in the joaquin. Phoenix movie joker. Jeff rate is known for making hilarious online video sketches where he plays all the characters ben. Jeff hello go Jeff you make all these amazing videos on tiktok and instagram i. I don't know how many you've made over the years. I don't know if you keep track i. I've made a lot of videos and a lot of bad videos. Only post the good stuff. Only really. there's there is a a pile a pile of all. That's the real talent. I think knowing what not to post the talent. That's a good point Better that way before you entered obviously the writing for late nine. You're you're creating tons of content still in videos that you were in school. You're majored in neuroscience. Yeah yeah that's yeah. I i did like doing the research and but i found research to be really slow ultimately in a lab. And you're like asking one very very specific question that take several years to get a possible. Answer yeah in addition to having a background in science you also act. Including what am i ve favorite films because i found it. So chilling joker. Yeah favorite experience. Why was it your favorite. I felt like working on that. I was just learning a lot very very quickly. Like for instance. I wasn't supposed to be doing the stunt where i got killed spoiler alert. There was supposed to be a stunt double who got shot and falls and like it is falling on the concrete and crawling and blah. 'cause that's technically stunt. The stunt double shows up to set and he's wearing a different suit than i am and i think technically like you know they didn't know how they would. Maybe they would have to delay day or something like that That's huge amounts of money and inconvenience like you ruin the suits work. There was like a custom sued so it wasn't like they could just like men's warehouse. I was like i can do. This can fall and you know. Do the stunt. I was a child gymnast. Like i know how to do that stuff. Okay yeah i can feel. I just tested this day. I can still do it. Yeah okay then we just try doing. I'm running away from joaquin. And he's firing a gun at me. And i'm like they decided on the day of the like maybe you've already been shot in the like but once and what does that look like. I haven't liked prepped. Running with a bullet in my. But let's try try it and then after after walking comes in like empties the gun into the back of me and runs up the stairs and jed quiet. They'll be they'd yell cut. And then i'd get up and then me and todd and joaquin would go watch playback and be like we'll how did that look that look right. I don't think that's how you'd run if you had a bullet and you're like no i do. That's exactly how it is. And i and i was just felt like i was learning so lightning vast ultimately at the end of it. I felt like it really paid off. And like after i wrapped walking pulled me aside and said some really nice things to me. That was very encouraging awesome. He said hey man. I like the way you like it. I would like to offer you ten thousand dollars to shoot you for real sometime. All right we have a couple of great games for you. Are you ready. Ready to dive into some games. Jack ass excellent so. This first game is called real or fake hallmark original movie. We'll describe the plot of a made for tv hallmark original movie. And you just tell us if it's a real movie that actually exists or a fake one that we just made up all right. Jeff chasing leprechauns won. An american company. Wants to build a smelting plant outside as small. Irish village troubleshooter michael. Garrett is dispatched to help. He soon learns. The land is protected to ensure the safety of the leprechauns who were believed to live there. Enter sarah kavanagh a local pixie expert. Who teaches him about the mystical traditions of ireland and also about love. I've seen that on disney channel. That's a real movie. you see it. Yeah that's a real one actually seen that movie. I don't know if i've seen that movie. But i've seen two movies. That have best guys. I got it right all right then. Here's your here's your chance. All in having trouble paying her college. Tuition beth nolan gets a part time job at the casino and befriends dealer maureen who works there to pay off her. No good ex husband earls debts. Maureen teaches beth poker and when beth enters the world of competitive poker-playing she finds herself at the state championships up against none other than earl and the stakes are all in. It sounds good to me like i. It sounds honestly. It sounds airtight. Like but but you know. I'm an airtight. Maybe i'm playing the odds here. A little bit like maybe. Maybe i think in hallmark movies. They're not gonna take time to

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"The couch and having fun dutch emily in terms of like positions an orgasm scene with like a man pleasing a woman. Okay what are some your go. To's that you would tell a man to get a woman off. So you mean for penetrative sex when the penises or just any position any. I mean honestly. I wish i could answer that easily because every woman is different so i would say that if you had you just choose. It's going to be one where you can have direct clitoral stimulation. Meaning you know. The reason why penetration works so much for women. Just direct penetration is because our clitorises external. It's not getting stimulated. I so i would say honestly many women. It's women on top because they like that position because they can control the depth and the speed and penetrate and you can kind of grind your clitoris against them and then maybe he could even use his hands and stimulate you in that way but then there's some women not a majority minority who their clitoris is way too sensitive in for them. Those thirty percent. They just like penetration in. It's all anatomy. It's all how we were born and how there's all these studies about it. So i would say there isn't one that works for everybody. I wish that would be so easy. But if i had to pick its woman on top because women can move how they need to which they've learned hopefully through masturbation and you've already given yourself orgasms and then you know that this position and this kind of touch feels good with partner. I love being on top. And i love it when my partner grabs my hips and moves you. Yes yes and moves me I love that and lube. I'm a huge fan of lou by mentioned all the time that if lube is an additive to every relationship to sex act no matter what. You're doing it actually. There's studies that show. It's not our wetness level is not going to. it's an indicator of of arousal per se. And sometimes we're wet and not turned on or turn on wet allu- when you add a lubricant. There was a study that said that eighty percent of women were more likely to have pleasure and orgasm during any sex act when you add lube. 'cause the clippers isn't going to lubricate itself. We don't always stay. So i would recommend a position where you're using some lube and you are in control of how you need to move. We do a lot of oil. So i mean i guess we use the natural stuff You know saliva You know what i mean. Yeah okay cool. Visitors are in the penetrative sex. Sometimes we just to add a little more but see how goes it just kind of helps it study because you know could get dry like your wet and then it gets dry again. And you're like oh it kinda hurts. But if you just keep it lubricated like a silicone lube lasts a lot longer and also of. She's breastfeeding still or hormones. Changing ensure that they've been in flux. Might be helpful so ryan. Your assignment is to schedule. Really hot sex gotta. I'm pulling out the calendar right now and My wife and i were going to work that out. I'm so excited for you ryan and i. I truly can't thank you enough for talking with us. Because i know a lot of listeners are going to really respond to this. I think in. And i'm really grateful that you talked with us. So thank you so much. Good yeah i. I love listening to your show. It's always interesting to hear the woman's perspective I don't remember a time. That i heard a man call in but You know Your i am so excited ryan. We were really excited. Talk to you. Thank you for being vulnerable and real. I really appreciate all have me on the show and on an emily. You guys are great. Thank you so much. Hey thanks ryan. Thanks ryan all right. Bye bye dr emily. I cannot thank you enough. Oh you for having me anytime soon. Blast by dr. emily so loved being here thank you..

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"By just even talking about it. Yeah i'm getting excited just thinking about it. I love dr emily. How you frame sacks you you take the pressure and the the chore element or whatever it is out of sex and instead sort of infused this philosophy about relaxation and enjoyment in intimacy and fun. Make it about connection intimacy. Not even just penetration like maybe. She's a foot massage because the other thing is were really stressed out especially having kids and she just might need some relief like if you draw bath for her and massage your feet and you have a glass of wine for. And then she gets out of there and then she's a whole. It's like washing off the day. It could be a game changer. A reset absolutely like you said. We always are excited about the spontaneity of sex where we're at now. You know. i think you know looking back. What really excited us. And then planning that into you know seeing where we could fit that into our new life. I think that's a great idea. And what do you think about the saturday night idea. Yes saturday night I think we can definitely do that. We usually you know we're trying to do something with the kids. I get out and go to the beach or whatever we live in san diego so beautifully here definitely saturdays. I think that's doable. I love it if you guys decide on saturday night. I love the idea of you kind of bringing it up throughout the week. Little moments of like physical contact leading up to the big day. Keep the intimacy going because intimacy isn't just sex. It's about yeah the touching like exactly. I need that too. I'm very physical. You guys know. What your love languages are but just making sure that it's not just a lot of couples are like. Why aren't i ready. We've been touched all week. We've been busy with the kids inbound. We should be in the mood for socks like why we didn't warm up the engines. We didn't you know we haven't talked all week. So i love that you know just making sure that you are still ya intimate. Whatever that looks like for you right. Yeah no. I totally understand what you're saying. You know staying physically connected. Even whenever we're not having fact. I think it'll just make it that more exciting whenever we actually do. This reminds you of which might be important. Is that a lot of times when the lower desire partner. Let's say your wife right now. Who's maybe she's got kids on her and she's like oh god he when he. I'm not saying this. Is you but many women think when he touches me it means going to have sex so then she bite push you away and i think it's important to say i don't want anything i just love the. I love how you just seem to relax into my hands when i give you a back massage for a minute. I can see the tension roloff view. This is just about me pleasing you. You gotta let him know. Because i've seen this dynamic kaplan with couples and it gets back in touch without pressure. Yeah and you know it'll be interesting to see where it goes. Because i kind of a complaint that my wife used to have whenever i would initiate sex is i was pretty. I dunno caveman about it. Like literally i would just get an erection and then kind of you know driver in just like. Hey out yeah. How did she respond to that. Yes she she would laugh initially but then it just became as she started to take it that that wasn't Affectionate enough that was just like. I have an erection. Let's have sex. You know a little bit more wooing. The demand of a child bit too. it's like. Hey hey hey give me this. I needed Looking hey you know what i mean. She already has two of those things happening to her constantly. Another man touching me. So more of the mindful but this is also education so this is kind of circles back to where we were earlier about people who have volvos. Let's say they're most pleasure is not gonna come from your penis. Only thirty percent of women actually have an orgasm through penetration. Jornal five percent. Thirty seventy percent are gonna have to your mouth your hands through whispering things at her ear kissing her neck like it's playful so think of it this way when you're turned on your vet erection you're frying pan. You're like ready to go room in our slow cookers. She needs to be warmed up. You know she wants to slow massage on her shoulder. She wants you to kiss her. She wants you to you. Know maybe touch her over her blouson and just tell her how hot she is the or whatever her lemme i love it. Tell me. I'm hot all day like that truly ryan. That goes on your biting just paying attention more. But i love that you even called yourself a caveman. Because that's what it is and now you know that didn't really work before. Get curious will what might work now. What might my wife. What would really get her in the mood. Now what does she need. What the ask her. Because then you and the other thing about right down the three most memorable times you have sex. There's some good sexual dna in there. Because if it's like that one time you know that we were almost homes gave an example pulled the site you pull to the side of the road and we had sex in the car with then we know. Maybe she's a bit of a voyeur. You know she likes to be maybe watching. She liked this button. Eighty she liked. It was unknown just grabbed her ass that time. Or even. if it's just you you're a bath. One time before the sex we know she needs that relaxing because the thing is the biggest number one killer of our sex drive is anxiety. So that's what we're giving you. Here is all these tips of like. How do we get her in the space. Calm her and then you still get your needs met and it all works out like you'll get your caveman time. But she just needs to be brought to the party. I right now. I love it. I'm totally going to take that on board and just kind of You know ease her into it instead of just throwing it in her face you know. I just think it's so wonderful to hear from a man's perspective and how carrying you are about your family and your wife. And i imagine really good things since you guys have sometime and ryan. Don't forget i cannot stress enough. at least it's so works for me but Like your ass like it's just gorgeous babe like those little moments really build up to something wonderful for you ryan be specific in your compliment and so you can't tell me like not like the various specific things but also making her feel that you know appreciated for saddam's people don't feel appreciated. You'll find out you know wh she might need. And i think these conversations will reveal more to be revealed. No you know as you guys talk about that. I know what she responds to. And you know. I just need to put it into action and just make it more routine and let it lead into us getting excited and getting on.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:55 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Mark the calendar. I'll keep giving birth in that time. All right so it's been it's been a while it's been eleven months will also saw was her birth. How she feeling besides exhausted house her body. She did great. My wife is amazing. And she's super strong and i mean she did it all natural and she's just such a trooper. The birth went fine. No issues with her. No she's baby no issues with china or anything. I mean it went about it smooth as it could go. That's great my next questions. How old are you in your wife. I'm thirty five. And she's thirty six okay so first question though is have you ever talked about it and said so. What do you think's going on with our sex life. Yes we found ourselves one evening. Kids were in bed. They're asleep and we're cuddling up on the couch. And we looked at each other and said any should we have sex and we both kind of looked at each other like faith like just too tired You know and then she brought it up and she said you know. We haven't had jackson like six to eight months. I said i know it's just so hard to find time and then at the end of the day when we do have time. We're just exhausted. It's a lot to just know that you are not alone right now. A lot of us are going through this. Even if you weren't in quarantine having two kids and nine month old and a two year old and you're both working right also. Your life has changed so dramatically besides like the global condition. So it's okay to also give yourself permission and not be hard on yourself and say this has been a really rough time and also looking at what can we do to get back to it. I don't think he's getting back. It's creating where you guys both are now in your mid thirties with two small kids. Because there's this notion you know a lot of couples like you didn't run. You're like oh well. What was so great at the beginning. I love to hear that because that means you have something you know that you have it. You know it's there and also it's going to look different in your thirties africans. But it's more about win. Can we find time to connect so. Your wife feels relaxed and in her body. Because it's this is the other thing this notion that sex should be spontaneous and we just in the moment turn to each other and rip each other's clothes off doesn't really happen in the more anymore like it happened in the beginning. What's planning and thinking and when might be available to us. Have you talked about any of that about you. Know we have so My libido in my drive really like cycles through the day. I wake up in the morning. And i mean i'm just like a raging bull. I'm ready to just do do anything. Go at it. Then you know right around the early evening to evening. Oh i just starts to trickle off and my wife and i you know she knows that about me and you know in the mornings we used to be able to make time to have sex now are mornings are completely different so good you know that. Biologically we understand that about ourselves. Is it is to make up your testosterone raging in the morning and that that makes sense. What about like a late morning so a few questions for you. Do you have any help. Do you have a family member that could come over. do you have any nannies. Babysitters in late morning. Sounds like that would be good. Outside of cove in quarantine. yes we do Our nanny and in our help. They travelled they have other things that they do. Sorry if i didn't mention it. I'm military my wife a nurse so my wife's very sensitive to the whole kobe atmosphere. So we're very particular about who allowed to come into the home and expose our kids to yeah. Yeah and you know. And that's created kind of the the you know. We had a date night in so long and we haven't had time. You know just really connect like that and you know. Even i was thinking man if we could find time whenever the kids like. Take a nap in the middle of the day. We can sneak off our quickey but even then we were like oh. It's time to do a project or now's our time to catch up on sleep. Play the dishwasher. Exactly do the things. They ought to do the laundry. So i think what i love. Is that you both. You both want it. So the great news here is that you both want the same thing you want to find time for sex. You're exhausted. I want to give yourself permission right now to say okay. We're riding this out. It's been nine months. It's it's been together six years so it's this is just a moment in time when you look back on it and maybe there's a little bit of you take the pressure off and you start thinking about because you know the vaccine is going to be here soon. Think of how exciting it's gonna be like nannies coming for an hour or maybe your in laws are someone comes over you hotel room for a few hours. You take those date nights again. So we'll come back. It will be created in this new place that you're at. I don't know if you have a lot of time for dinner at night when the kids are sleeping but a lot of things for couples are creating new experience shared experience together. So maybe you're cooking a meal together and you're making it playful whether kids are sleeping but it doesn't sound like you've timed even new activities beyond what's going on with you. You're absolutely right well. We'll try we're we're still playful and we joked and kid and you know make some suggestive jokes innuendo or whatever. We haven't i guess. Let it turn back to that sexual activity that we enjoy. You mentioned that you for a long time have been kind of a poll about the idea of scheduling sex. And now you are for it. I'm you elaborate a little bit on that so scheduling sex. It seems not sexy at all. The reason why it works as a few things first off usually the high desire partner which would be you in the relationship right now. The low desire part actually has the power because they're the one who's deciding when sex happens and when sex isn't going to happen but if you mutually agree upon let's say you say saturday night then you know when you try to have sex. Maybe on wednesday or thursday and you feel all got him being rejected. Then you guys get both looking forward to saturday night. And then you know what's going to happen and then so much of great sex is the anticipation you know the desire the looking forward to it the knowing it's going to happen because this whole spont- spontaneity with two small kids at home during the pandemic me already know it's not gonna happen right. You know the ask you to do is right down the three most memorable times. You've had sex with her. What the experiences what they were where you were. And then she does the same and then share those lists and that's a way of sort of getting each other in the mood and talking about sex and where where there's no pressure then you start to think. And you're walking down memory lane. And then all those feel-good hormone start to the tone and the dopamine ronnie fund homework rings sacks back again.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:21 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Of my mouth even if. I'm pretty sure it's going to hurt your feelings right But i will really go out of my way not to lie. I'm terrible at it. It never feels good. But there's a difference between you know i'm not gonna say this thing because i think it's going to hurt your feelings and even if someone asked me something straight out says something like tell me the truth i will say no you know. So what is your greatest extravagance. Oh god i really do like to buy clothes i would say. That's my grades extravagance. What i do sometimes go online and fill up a shopping bag and then not actually purchase it but yeah i fill it up and purchase it and then i won't return it which is just the worst. Oh because you feel guilty just lazy and guilty. Yeah i buy a lot of boots. I'm like a booth person. I have way too many remember those sunday. And boop i'm telling you of a girl at a no okay next question. do you believe in. go sir aliens. Gosh i definitely feel like we're not alone and i feel like then it's a yes for both of those things because i definitely don't think we're alone in the universe. I think that there's some kind of living beings up there whatever that looks like. They won't look like our version of living being and in terms of ghosts. I definitely think that souls are around us. I call them more like souls and beings rather than the idea of like casper and just think that there's a lot of energy around there. I like that care. What character a role. Have you most enjoyed playing and i recognize that. There's a lot to this question because sometimes it's not the character. Sometimes it's the people or the project right. I mean there's so many things. I really loved doing twelfth night on broadway where i played olivia. That was an incredible experience and shakespeare's the greatest the greatest writing for an actor. I feel like i loved role. I played in something to talk about that. Kelly corey wrote. Where i played julia. Roberts sister that was great extraordinary fun. I loved my role in the closer. I love this role you know. I really do fall madly in love with the roles that i do but i definitely think that the play and probably something to talk about a right up there. What about singles. My loved singles singles was amazing. Singles was seminole and incredible. Was i love. The people still relate to it. I mean twenty year olds stiller. They come up to me. And they say you know it still resonates even with social media which they don't really have. Then you know as listening to the soundtrack this morning fantastic it is. It's amazing. what advice would you give your younger self. Oh be kinder to yourself. Yeah i love that. What do you think is the meaning of life to love and be loved. That's a perfect answer cure. Thank you so much for being you truly. I'm going to make a pound cake. Also let this one bowl pound cake suits you. Tommy out goes i will. I will thank you so much rest of your day. Thanks you to take good care. thank you bye. This podcast is brought to you in part by better help if you're having trouble meeting your goals difficulty with relationships or you're feeling stressed or depressed. Better help offers online professional counselors who can listen and help simply fill out a questionnaire to help assessor needs and better help will match you with your own. Licensed professional therapist in under forty eight hours. Better help is not a crisis line and it's not self help. It secure online affordable professional counseling. You can log into your town anytime schedule. Weekly video or phone sessions. Send unlimited messages to your counselor and timely and thoughtful responses everything. You shares confidential unqualified listeners. Get ten percent off their first month. At better help dot com slash farris visit better ichi lp dot com slash f. a. r. i s. and join more than a million people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced. Better help professional tae everyone. Dr emily morris is back with more great expert advice. Dr moore's doctor of human sexuality bestselling author and host of the number one sexuality. Podcast sex with emily she also teaches beck's and communication on the masterclass streaming platform where she provides advice and tips to normalize the conversation around sex. You can learn more about dr emily morris by visiting our website unqualified dot com. Hi dr emily. Thank you so much for joining us today. Oh i love being here excited. Thank you all right. Let's call ryan. Hi ryan you're here with me. On it. And dr emily morris who is a doctor of human sexuality and the host of these sex with emily podcast and she's amazing high on a. Hi emily how are you. We're great we were just talking about if there. How many nerve endings are in the vaginal canal. Oh my god. I can't imagine. Do you want me to answer the anecdotally. there's eight thousand nerve endings in the clitoris. Oh my god guess how much the penis has. I'm going to go with half of that. Yes four thousand dam ryan. You're already on top of it but there aren't that many in the vagina internally knows that's why the penis centered. Sex is not gonna do it for the majority of women. We just need clitoral stimulation anyway ryan. That's what we welcome pie to healthier rain. Will you tell us what's going on. Yeah so my wife. And i have been married for six years now and at the beginning of our relationship. Amazing sex life. I mean we were experimental and we had a lot of fun. We always made it a priority to have date nights and make time to connect now. We have two children. I have a two year old and a nine month old. And then put that scenario in the context of you know quarantine that we're in now. Oh my god. Life is just so overwhelming and at the end of the day. We are just exhausted. And it's coming to the point. Now where sex is kind of left our relationship. And i just wanted to get you guys advice on. You know how we can bring that back into our relationship given everything that we're enjoying for the most part But also kind of having a brian it out every now and then hey in your letter you wrote that it has been quite a while I want dr. Emily may be addressed. Like how you jump back in. Would that be alright ryan perfect. Yeah so yeah in the letter. I told you it's been eleven months so During quarantine my wife gave birth to our daughter. I wanna say the last time. We had sexist february back whenever she was pregnant. Oh my god that was like before quarter yet. So we'll see it's your sex anniversary.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:08 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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Taxes are done right into it. Turbo tax live. What haven't you taking the time to learn about american history. Oh interesting. I'm blown away by the things i don't know also blown away at the amount of geography that i don't know i never took it in school for whatever reason. I just think that knowing our history can help us understand our president. And like the other day i was listening to npr. And they were talking about. You know what's been going on with contesting the election results. And whatever and they were talking about is there any other time in american history where we've been so entrenched in something seemingly real that really wasn't real and they were talking about the mccarthy era. That is something. I know something about but i just thought there was some comfort in knowing like we've been year before to a degree. This is not new to america. Then it just made me feel a little bit better. I think that's interesting. Okay if acting suddenly became a legal how would you make a living directing. We'd keira that feels like a cheetah. It isn't cheap. I would love to teach. What would you like to teach. I would love to teach english literature at loved to be a homeroom teacher of like a kindergarten. I would also probably do some kind of social work or be a therapist of some kind. Okay what is your relationship with fame. You know it's funny. And kevin would never mind me saying this. Because he says it all the time. Kevin really wanted to be famous. I wanted to be considered one of the best in my field. And i think there's a difference and that fame part really mattered to him is outcome of what i do. And there's no question that i'm invested in it i would have to be. That would be a why. I think to say that. I'm not invested in walking around and people going. I love you know. I think you're great. You really move me baba while the blah or also the things that fame brings which is like. We're so happier in our store. We're so happy you're in a restaurant but it wasn't the end game for me. And i think that as much as i like to believe that i stay firmly rooted to the earth. I think that it creates a bubble to be famous. As humble as i think i try to be an feel not that. That's a lie. But i also know yom humble and famous i mean when i think about getting really old like my mom talks about this a lot and i have a lot of compassionate. She's like i feel invisible. It's funny because to degree. I still feel invisible. Like i feel anonymous when i go on the subway like i don't get recognized in fresh. I noticed a big change after the closer. That like people stopped recognizing me. And i didn't mind it at all at all. I didn't miss it at all. But i do think that there's some things that sort of nice about people looking at you and going wait or your special human you know like. Do i recognize you from somewhere. Your special human so. It special anyway. But i think there's definitely some complexities in there and in terms of being married to like someone who have always felt like is much more famous than me and much more recognizable than me. I feel watched in a way that. I don't think that i feel when i'm not with him. I'm sure you guys are like magnets. Yeah there's more of that in so i go like. Oh how do i look is my hair okay. Did i put on any makeup today. Like rock would if there's a picture now like really like uniting me so it's both ends it's all the things. I was thinking the other day that few people are rude to me you know. Yeah right it feels like a simple realization. But i was thinking i don't have too. Many interactions with strangers. That feel normal. I guess your yeah. Yeah and so through that. I think maybe i have lost perspective without being able to clock myself in any way cure. What is a trait dislike and others. I really dislike when people think they're right all the time and aren't able to consider the possibility that they're not that their opinion and their idea of what's right is an empirical truth. That drives me really crazy. I think it's a sign of immaturity. You can't understand that people are entitled to their other opinions and that they have them and that just because they have the opinion. That's different than yours doesn't make them wrong. I also think a lack of humility really. It's hard and it gets harder as i get older when i see that in people. What is a trait. You dislike in yourself. My lack of humility normal normally obsessive thinking thinking that i can worry myself out of a problem does it keep you up at night jevon. No i don't even saw nia and a much better at this than i was but i can sometimes think that obsessively thinking is gonna fix a problem. When it's just such monumental waste of time. I love that answer on. What occasion do you li- only god. 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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

21:59 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"In my world with mom we had to be word perfect which most projects you show up wordperfect or you attempt to my case but it's almost like there's a precision to the cadence that has to be finessed totally a hundred percent. I mean if your sentence ends with the word to t oh and you say also that won't work because your joke is based on the t. Oh the next person's based on the t. o. And maybe like at the end of the scene is built on that. Oh so it's like you can't mess around and so you know. Sometimes i'll have someone that wants lines with me and she'll say yeah. It's actually written this way and every single time i look at it. That's better what's on. The page is always better than my version of it and it is so surgical and so precision. I mean those words are so right on. I think the other thing that's fascinating about. It is on the one hand. Just the stakes always have to be extraordinarily high as we know in comedy right but even higher here there's some energy level that's like utterly different. It is utterly unique to anything i've ever had to do before so it's exhausting. But in the great way and in a way it feels almost unreal. But the truth. Is that when you get to that place in your in that pocket emotionally. I'm totally grounded. And i feel like emotionally. I can go anywhere and the container will hold it. That's a great way to put it so. Let me catch our listeners. Up curious edrich stars in call your mother which is a multi cam comedy for. Abc here's abc said. The series follows an empty nest mother who decides to be close to her children by moving across country in order to be with them. Much to their chagrin. I feel like that's a great sum up but there's also a lot more help. Guide us through your character what she is sort of about what she's looking for. Yeah sure. I think it's a lot of things you i can really relate to this being a mother of dull children. You know you keep your whole fucking life to these kids. Yeah you're completely obsessed with them near the thing you wake up in the morning thinking about the thing you think about going to bed at night and if you do your job right you get fired. They lee and even somebody who's had her job her whole life. Even during the pregnancies of both of my children i was working. And who hasn't given up my life for these kids certainly. Obviously there's always a compromise and of dance. All working mothers are doing but when they leave and when your job is essentially done. There's this reckoning of who am i what am i do i even exist. And how am i gonna fill my days. How am i gonna fill my soul however my going to figure out how to stay a mother because they always do want you need you to degree but also have a life is fulfilling and doesn't make them feel like they have to take care of you. Which is my worst. Nightmare is apparent. And so i think my character is really straddling all these different things and also. They're your kids are living their best lives like they're so interesting when they're adults. I'm so fascinated with my kids. All i wanna know is everything that's going on your lives at all times. I don't tell them that. I don't call them incessantly and be the punisher but my druthers. I'd be thrilled to talk to them. Often infrequently probably even more. So than i do which is a bit i mean. I'm very lucky my kids want me around. So what happens is that that gene is a very emotional person and a very instinctual person and doesn't plan things and she basically doesn't hear from her son for four days. He hasn't called her back for four days and she decides something's terribly wrong and she literally gets on a plane to just go check on him and make sure he's okay and she arrives at his apartment. Not only is he doing well but he's got a girlfriend and she sort of imposes herself a little bit in that situation. Realizes that it's uncomfortable. Leaves then goes to check on her daughter who also lives in los angeles. School is actually struggling and having a harder time and so what turned into a visit ends up being. I'm gonna stay by the end of the first episode. But i think that it is that ongoing saga of lake. Kivu are we when we are no longer needed. You're no longer number one in your kids. Lives how you become number one your own life. How do you balance. Because it's a constant balance. I mean as a mom. I know i feel like i'm constantly is a push. Poll all the time from the kids. I want you go away. I want you go away. I feel it a lot and coming from them. I want them. That's a given. But anyway. So i think it's that and they also think it's being in your fifties and figuring out what that looks like and you know. Are you a sexual creature. Like what is that. Look like are you someone who's gonna start a new career or do you go back to your old careers. That look like. She's from iowa she leaves. Everything goes three thousand miles away and a little bit of a out of water and chance to forge new world for her saw. Yeah i think also one of the fascinating things is that the kids in their twenties are kind of going through a second adolescence in a way because they're not going to school anymore. They don't high school they don't have college and suddenly it's like well. Wow what do i do. How do i fit in like. I don't really know what my routine is as an adult right. So they're almost like in this kind of inbetween place. And i feel like gene is in that inbetween place for kids are gone and she's trying to figure out what the rest of her life looks like. So in a way they're kind of also in this equal time of life even though they're not i assume that you guys haven't shot in front of a live audience yet know which is a tragedy you know. It's funny kevin. Did a small part in the redo of on the family that was done recently. The pam freeman actually directed with. Woody harrelson mercer tomi and jesse eisenberg and he had the time of his life. Doing it and i was in the audience a couple of months before they sent me. Call your mother. And i was feeling that feeling that you know being in a play and feeling the audiences feedback so i think that's a real loss for us. I think that we're doing it in spite of it. Well and i'm very proud of the show. And i really look forward to that time. How did you feel about. That is a great. I loved it. Yeah i love for a number of reasons. I loved how forgiving. Maybe it's like this would call your mother but mom was our hours. Were fantastic but there was a very particular stress level to each day in terms of run through. And you always want to bring your game. Make all the jokes work so having the audience be so forgiving and generous excited did feel like what we would work towards each wing. You know so. That was wonderful. The moving on so quickly always took me by surprise. But usually i come with a strong point of view of how i want to deliver a line or how i want to play in the scene so i enjoyed that element but it was like all right. I get to take this and we're moving on. Yeah yeah so. I would constantly leave set feeling like well. That was kind of a b. Plus i think because i wasn't used to not exhausting a scene so that was interesting and i also thought that it felt like playing tennis with like of good friend in terms of acting like you're constantly like you know like volleying back and forth. Yes but i think. Oftentimes i was in the position of setting up the joke. I liked that position. But at times i envied the you know crazier characters on a shower or whatever but that's always the life of an actor. Yes yes yes. Yes yes i can totally relate. I vacillate i flip flop between like being the anchor. And then times when i'm like my funny but at my funny in order i mean and it's like what is funny. I mean there's so much self doubt. I think one of the reasons why. I've started to direct started to do about five years ago and i've just like completely mike. That's such a passion of mine. It's joy nor miss and i have been able to do quite a bit of it in a short amount of time is that i have less doubt as director. It's really interesting. It's like when i got it on. Like i know i have an. I know how this is supposed to go. And i know i have it and i'm moving on and as an actor. There's always this lake saw any good at all. Yes i mean. I usually figure that was pretty good. You know but there are times. When i'm like wow and i think it is great on knowing because the truth is just because it felt good for me doesn't mean it felt good for the audience just because i cried doesn't mean the audience cry just because i made myself giggled. There's a certain amount of zen force force than boy. This sounds like real artsy moron. Because it is you know to go. Like i have to let it go like that was a moment and i have to let it go. Mimi kennedy who plays marjorie on mom told me i think second season. She said you shouldn't put so much pressure on yourself. But i didn't realize that she picked up on it which meant probably other people you know how and i still wasn't able to. I still would like mall over things wondering if i could have a different spin on something but especially in this format. You're part of the train. Yes so you have to just continue to keep momentum's and there isn't enough time. Mike asked to about everything. Yeah yeah and you know. I got to say that i really feel this way about everything creative but also very much about life. Lake part of my process is that i doubt part of my process is that i really give myself a hard time. Part of my process is that. I wanna make a perfect. That's not such a bad day right. Why is that bad. like i have to allow. Exact is part of my personality as creative. I am exacting. And that's okay. You're talking about like you gave yourself a hard time forgiving yourself a hard time. It's like a well so you're making me. I have a really really dear friend who said to me sweetie like you walk through. This doubt every single show you ever do. Would if it's part of your genius you know what i mean like. What if it's part of your success because as we know like so many people are like it's fine so i wonder if direct game allows you to be decisive and exact with other people at least. I'm projecting how. 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Obsessed host patrick jillian give their take on a popular true crime documentary covering everything from ted bundy to the zodiac killer disappearances colts and the mafia and they do it with humor heart and just the right amount of sas watched one of those crazy. True crime documentaries on netflix. Hbo or oxygen and then had a ton to say. After seem patrick and jillian they say all the things are thinking. They're basically the true crime. Best friends you never knew you. Needed with over. Twenty thousand five-star reviews on apple podcasts. True crime is for anyone who's interested in true crime but also loves to laugh. Oh don't worry. The humor never comes the expense of the victim or the crime. Patrick and jillian are true. Crime obsessed is a super fund and easy. Listen find true. Crime obsessed wherever you listen to podcasts. Okay enough multi cam talk for now. I heard some anecdotes about how you and kevin met. But would you mind telling us a little bit. Let's see. I think i was twenty one and we did a pbs. You're probably too young to know about this. Pb asked us to do something called american playhouse which is basically american writers where they were short stories. Like did you door a wealthy short story that they made into a film and sometimes they did playwrights and this was lanford wilson's lemon sky and i didn't know kevin i knew his work in the theatre. I had actually never seen footloose which she seems to be. Extremely shocked about when. I told him which was always so funny. He's made but anyway so we met doing matt and the story goes that i was in another relationship and so i wasn't looking. I kind of thought he was kinda full of themselves and like to cool for school and like you know like the skylight. Whatever i also remember talking about what we were just talking about. We have like a week of rehearsal before we actually started shooting where we sat around a table and we were just reading the script over and over again. Because you know it's lanford wilson's to play it's like you wanna really lake your dachshund a robot like what is this play about. And every time. I looked up from my script staring at me and my first thought was. He must think i'm terrible. Isn't that funny. What the ladies do to each other. Meanwhile the guy would be like. She must think i'm hot every time you know what i mean. It's just so funny anyways. So i wasn't really interested. But he kept sort of like trying to like. Get the cash together and blah blah blah. And then one day we were shooting this scene where he was putting baby oil on my back and you know massaging me in the scene. This was in the scene and he said if you ever had a massage. And i said i have and he goes well you know. There's this really great masseuse at my hotel. Because he was at the swankier hotel. And i was at the lake sheraton commander in cambridge. This is a little in the week. It's amazing so anyway. So he's like doing this thing and he's like. Have you ever had a massage. And i said no. I haven't and he said well. There's this massage therapist at my gym in my fancier hotel. And why don't you book an appointment and blah blah blah. And if i just happened to be at the gym that day you know when you're done maybe i could take you for a meal and was like well. That's not gonna happen because that's crazy but whatever i was like oh okay sure crazy person but anyway that weekend. I booked myself a massage. I don't tell them when the massages. And i walk out of massage and there comes kevin. Just don't stairmaster well. That was exhausting. I just finished my workout and the odds. Can i take you out to dinner. And i was too young to like understand. That song was coming onto me. Like i didn't even get it anyway. So he had actually called the frigging hotel. Which would never happen today. Right and said is cure. Sedgwick brooke firm assange and plan thing out anyway. We went out to dinner that night and that was sort of the beginning and then i just very quickly fell very madly in love with him and we were married a year and a half later was twenty three and i have my first kid when i was twenty three and like if you had told me when i was twenty one that you know i was to be married and have a kid. By the time. I was twenty three. I would have told you fucking insane. I've been working professionally as an actress. Since i was sixteen like very ambitious very independent not interested in any of that but then there was this person and it was the right person in honestly. We've just been really lucky. It's been a long long long marriage. Were thirty two years in. And i still get super excited to see him. I'm lucky i love that detail of you looking up. And he was just always looking at you. That is really romantic and intense. I love that. Okay i have some life questions for you. What was the best or worst advice you've ever been given well. There's two things one when my mom taught me how to drive. She said to me always assumed the other guy's going to be an asshole. That's great. thanks so when someone puts their garon. Don't assume that they're actually going to take a left. And when you see someone coming towards stop sign. Don't assume that they're going to stop. So i kind of thought that was great for driving and for life. Maybe maybe but the other one has a similar sentiment. Which is that. Don't expect other people to this is gonna sound clear sexual to fill your holes meaning like yeah you got to figure out what makes you happy and you are responsible for that sunken outside thing. It's not going to be. The review is not going to be the award. It's not going to be you know your mom finally apologizing is not gonna be the guy. Finally apologizing is not going to be the cash prizes in the outside thing you gotta let it come from you and whatever it is that fills you up. That makes you feel hall. And that also has something to do with something that i remember so specifically when i had my first kid when i was twenty three years old and he was tiny an infant and i was watching the today show and katie couric had on some psychologists who talked about how the mother is the emotional center of the family and if the mother is not happy. Then you're in trouble so make sure that you get what you need. I love that. That's pretty rad. I know because it's true because it's precontract through and it's like what is good for mom is good for everybody. I really believe it. I heard about your pound cake moment. God that's amazing okay. So in the beginning of the shit show dumpster fire. That is twenty twenty as my friends. Arden says this insanity as pandemic and everything. I was gifted through my reading of the new york times cooking section by melissa clark. A recipe entitled lacked. This one bull pound cake soothe. You and i was like first of all. I wanna be soothed second of all. I want a pound cake and i love it. It's in one ball. So that is the recipe and it's melissa clark at her asked being very not anal about her recipe basically. It's lake whatever fat. You have in the house whether it's butter or oil use that and then you need milk. But if you don't have milk you can use yogurt anyway. All and he's the best pound cake and you have it for breakfast either for breakfast every morning. I know it's k. I'm looking a greater okay. It's gonna let me just warn you that when you make the battery you're going to be like god. This look so dry if not super moist cake but it's killer and you put it in the toaster and you put butter on it and maple syrup or both or anything else you wish in your life and it's just the greatest thing of okay. I wrote it down. Melissa clark pancake. I'm looking at okay. What was your first boss-like cara god. Well did soap opera. When i was sixteen years old in manhattan called another world and this guy michael roche was my first boss. He was kinda right out of central casting. He had like a little mustache. He was the executive producer of the soap opera and he was like perpetually tan and a little shady. I'll say sure yeah. I don't want to go to too many details because yeah listen because people have families that live after them and and he gave me a job which was great. It was interesting but he was. You know right out of central casting. That's all i can say. Never tried anything. Sleazy or anything i got. He was just a little shady. Just a little shade. Were you able at that age to pick up on it. Oh totally god. New york born raised. Dude i have your number. Yeah yeah no totally. I was savvy at a young age. Yes here do you have any collections. do you collect things. Oh my god i do. I collect trolls troll dolls. Old troll's old. Not the new fangled. Nineteen ninety thing. Like old from the sixties and seventies trolls. Yeah i loved them. When i was a kid and like people give them to me and like its care. Do you have idea really is not really one. Usually there are a lot smaller. That's a troll is the greatest. I don't know there was just something about these trolls. When i was a kid usually. They're smaller and my mom. Used to take me to woolworths to give me a dollar. And i would buy clothes for them. It's really cute so much there so ugly but they're lovable. That's the thing it's really cute. But for an anniversary.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

08:25 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Relate to this idea. Because it's hard for me to articulate. I would constantly think this is a format where there is no place to hide. Totally you can. I know it's really. I think on some level is the hardest thing i've ever done it so incredibly tricky because there is an artifice to it in which is what makes it calms successful. Might but because of that there. Is that fine line of managing the balance of reality and oftentimes the highly structured dialogue. I mean the sentences are so. I don't know what it was like but in my world with mom we had to be word perfect which most projects you show up wordperfect or you attempt to my case but it's almost like there's a precision to the cadence that has to be finessed totally a hundred percent. I mean if your sentence ends with the word to t oh and you say also that won't work because your joke is based on the t. Oh the next person's based on the t. o. And maybe like at the end of the scene is built on that. Oh so it's like you can't mess around and so you know. Sometimes i'll have someone that wants lines with me and she'll say yeah. It's actually written this way and every single time i look at it. That's better what's on. The page is always better than my version of it and it is so surgical and so precision. I mean those words are so right on. I think the other thing that's fascinating about. It is on the one hand. Just the stakes always have to be extraordinarily high as we know in comedy right but even higher here there's some energy level that's like utterly different. It is utterly unique to anything i've ever had to do before so it's exhausting. But in the great way and in a way it feels almost unreal. But the truth. Is that when you get to that place in your in that pocket emotionally. I'm totally grounded. And i feel like emotionally. I can go anywhere and the container will hold it. That's a great way to put it so. Let me catch our listeners. Up curious edrich stars in call your mother which is a multi cam comedy for. Abc here's abc said. The series follows an empty nest mother who decides to be close to her children by moving across country in order to be with them. Much to their chagrin. I feel like that's a great sum up but there's also a lot more help. Guide us through your character what she is sort of about what she's looking for. Yeah sure. I think it's a lot of things you i can really relate to this being a mother of dull children. You know you keep your whole fucking life to these kids. Yeah you're completely obsessed with them near the thing you wake up in the morning thinking about the thing you think about going to bed at night and if you do your job right you get fired. They lee and even somebody who's had her job her whole life. Even during the pregnancies of both of my children i was working. And who hasn't given up my life for these kids certainly. Obviously there's always a compromise and of dance. All working mothers are doing but when they leave and when your job is essentially done. There's this reckoning of who am i what am i do i even exist. And how am i gonna fill my days. How am i gonna fill my soul however my going to figure out how to stay a mother because they always do want you need you to degree but also have a life is fulfilling and doesn't make them feel like they have to take care of you. Which is my worst. Nightmare is apparent. And so i think my character is really straddling all these different things and also. They're your kids are living their best lives like they're so interesting when they're adults. I'm so fascinated with my kids. All i wanna know is everything that's going on your lives at all times. I don't tell them that. I don't call them incessantly and be the punisher but my druthers. I'd be thrilled to talk to them. Often infrequently probably even more. So than i do which is a bit i mean. I'm very lucky my kids want me around. So what happens is that that gene is a very emotional person and a very instinctual person and doesn't plan things and she basically doesn't hear from her son for four days. He hasn't called her back for four days and she decides something's terribly wrong and she literally gets on a plane to just go check on him and make sure he's okay and she arrives at his apartment. Not only is he doing well but he's got a girlfriend and she sort of imposes herself a little bit in that situation. Realizes that it's uncomfortable. Leaves then goes to check on her daughter who also lives in los angeles. School is actually struggling and having a harder time and so what turned into a visit ends up being. I'm gonna stay by the end of the first episode. But i think that it is that ongoing saga of lake. Kivu are we when we are no longer needed. You're no longer number one in your kids. Lives how you become number one your own life. How do you balance. Because it's a constant balance. I mean as a mom. I know i feel like i'm constantly is a push. Poll all the time from the kids. I want you go away. I want you go away. I feel it a lot and coming from them. I want them. That's a given. But anyway. So i think it's that and they also think it's being in your fifties and figuring out what that looks like and you know. Are you a sexual creature. Like what is that. Look like are you someone who's gonna start a new career or do you go back to your old careers. That look like. She's from iowa she leaves. Everything goes three thousand miles away and a little bit of a out of water and chance to forge new world for her saw. Yeah i think also one of the fascinating things is that the kids in their twenties are kind of going through a second adolescence in a way because they're not going to school anymore. They don't high school they don't have college and suddenly it's like well. Wow what do i do. How do i fit in like. I don't really know what my routine is as an adult right. So they're almost like in this kind of inbetween place. And i feel like gene is in that inbetween place for kids are gone and she's trying to figure out what the rest of her life looks like. So in a way they're kind of also in this equal time of life even though they're not i assume that you guys haven't shot in front of a live audience yet know which is a tragedy you know. It's funny kevin. Did a small part in the redo of on the family that was done recently. The pam freeman actually directed with. Woody harrelson mercer tomi and jesse eisenberg and he had the time of his life. Doing it and i was in the audience a couple of months before they sent me. Call your mother. And i was feeling that feeling that you know being in a play and feeling the audiences feedback so i think that's a real loss for us. I think that we're doing it in spite of it. Well and i'm very proud of the show. And i really look forward to that time. How did you feel about. That is a great. I loved it. Yeah i love for a number of reasons. I loved how forgiving. Maybe it's like this would call your mother but mom was our hours. Were fantastic but there was a very particular stress level to each day in terms of run through. And you always want to bring your game. Make all the jokes work so having the audience be so forgiving and generous excited did feel like what we would work towards each wing. You know so. That was wonderful. The moving on so quickly always took me by surprise. But usually i come with a strong point of view of how i want to deliver a line or how i want to play in the scene so i enjoyed that element but it was like all right. I get to take this and we're moving on. Yeah yeah so. I would constantly leave set feeling like well. That was kind of a b. Plus i think because i wasn't used to not exhausting a scene so that was interesting and i also thought that it felt like playing tennis with like of good friend in terms of acting like you're constantly like you know like volleying back and forth. Yes but i think. Oftentimes i was in the position of setting up the joke. I liked that position. But at times i envied the you know crazier characters on a shower or.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:55 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Abe where up to eight. Yeah okay in la or on the east coast in l. A. in la. Yeah it's interesting watching the pilot made me think about doing the pilot for mom sure and i was thinking you were in the same position of driving the pilot and the story. You know with more exposition. Which is an interesting situation. I think for an actor to be specifically with this format because of the precision. I think that people don't quite understand how precise and surgical doing multi cam is. And for me. I wonder if you can relate to this idea. Because it's hard for me to articulate. I would constantly think this is a format where there is no place to hide. Totally you can. I know it's really. I think on some level is the hardest thing i've ever done it so incredibly tricky because there is an artifice to it in which is what makes it calms successful. Might but because of that there. Is that fine line of managing the balance of reality and oftentimes the highly structured dialogue. I mean the sentences are so. I don't know what it was like but in my world with mom we had to be word perfect which most projects you show up wordperfect or you attempt to my case but it's almost like there's a precision to the cadence that has to be finessed totally a hundred percent. I mean if your sentence ends with the word to t oh and you say also that won't work because your joke is based on the t. Oh the next person's based on the t. o. And maybe like at the end of the scene is built on that. Oh so it's like you can't mess around and so you know. Sometimes i'll have someone that wants lines with me and she'll say yeah. It's actually written this way and every single time i look at it. That's better what's on. The page is always better than my version of it and it is so surgical and so precision. I mean those words are so right on. I think the other thing that's fascinating about. It is on the one hand. Just the stakes always have to be extraordinarily high as we know in comedy right but even higher here there's some energy level that's like utterly different. It is utterly unique to anything i've ever had to do before so it's exhausting. But in the great way and in a way it feels almost unreal. But the truth. Is that when you get to that place in your in that pocket emotionally. I'm totally grounded. And i feel like emotionally. I can go anywhere and the container will hold it. That's a great way to put it so. Let me catch our listeners. Up curious edrich stars in call your mother which is a multi cam comedy for. Abc here's abc said. The series follows an empty nest mother who decides to be close to her children by moving across country in order to be with them. Much to their chagrin. I feel like that's a great sum up but there's also a lot more help. Guide us through your character what she is sort of about what she's looking for. Yeah sure. I think it's a lot of things you i can really relate to this being a mother of dull children. You know you keep your whole fucking life to these kids. Yeah you're completely obsessed with them near the thing you wake up in the morning thinking about the thing you think about going to bed at night and if you do your job right you get fired. They lee and even somebody who's had her job her whole life. Even during the pregnancies of both of my children i was working. And who hasn't given up my life for these kids certainly. Obviously there's always a compromise and of dance. All working mothers are doing but when they leave and when your job is essentially done. There's this reckoning of who am i what am i do i even exist. And how am i gonna fill my days. How am i gonna fill my soul however my going to figure out how to stay a mother because they always do want you need you to degree but also have a life is fulfilling and doesn't make them feel like they have to take care of you. Which is my worst. Nightmare is apparent. And so i think my character is really straddling all these different things and also. They're your kids are living their best lives like they're so interesting when they're adults. I'm so fascinated with my kids. All i wanna know is everything that's going on your lives at all times. I don't tell them that. I don't call them incessantly and be the punisher but my druthers. I'd be thrilled to talk to them. Often infrequently probably even more. So than i do which is a bit i mean. I'm very lucky my kids want me around. So what happens is that that gene is a very emotional person and a very instinctual person and doesn't plan things and she basically doesn't hear from her son for four days. He hasn't called her back for four days and she decides something's terribly wrong and she literally gets on a plane to just go check on him and make sure he's okay and she arrives at his apartment. Not only is he doing well but he's got a girlfriend and she sort of imposes herself a little bit in that situation. Realizes that it's uncomfortable. Leaves then goes to check on her daughter who also lives in los angeles. School is actually struggling and having a harder time and so what turned into a visit ends up being. I'm gonna stay by the end of the first episode. But i think that it is that ongoing saga of lake. Kivu are we when we are no longer needed. You're no longer number one in your kids. Lives how you become number one your own life. How do you balance. Because it's a constant balance. I mean as a mom. I know i feel like i'm constantly is a push. Poll all the time from the kids. I want you go away. I want you go away. I feel it a lot and coming from them. I want them. That's a given. But anyway. So i think it's that and they also think it's being in your fifties and figuring out what that looks like and you know. Are you a sexual creature. Like what is that. Look like are you someone who's gonna start a new career or do you go back to your old careers. That look like. She's from iowa she leaves. Everything goes three thousand miles away and a little bit of a out of water and chance to forge new world for her saw. Yeah i think also one of the fascinating things is that the kids in their twenties are kind of going through a second adolescence in a way because they're not going to school anymore. They don't high school they don't have college and suddenly it's like well. Wow what do i do. How do i fit in like. I don't really know what my routine is as an adult right. So they're almost like in this kind of inbetween place. And i feel like gene is in that inbetween place for kids are gone and she's trying to figure out what the rest of her life looks like. So in a way they're kind of also in this equal time of life even though they're not i assume that you guys haven't shot in front of a live audience yet know.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"One of those moments where it was like instant perspective and then when they called me with that news i was like i can't even get it up to care a little right now but literally it was like a blip and i don't even remember how felt about it. It's so funny. Because i feel so strongly about this that i just don't even remember having feelings about that so clearly. It wasn't the right thing. But i feel say this. I feel like a newcomer by like a very large margin. And i often feel like a newcomer in everything i do. But i really feel like a newcomer in this space and it's fascinating and different and a music that you've heard your whole life but never heard before but don't know if you're doing right but you're sure you are because it's a music and you're not hearing the music right. And so there are a lot of feelers around this a lot of intensity around the basically. I'm having the greatest time my life. But anyway it is my first time. I feel very virginal. How many episodes if he shot so far we shot abe where up to eight. Yeah okay in la or on the east coast in l. A. in la. Yeah it's interesting watching the pilot made me think about doing the pilot for mom sure and i was thinking you were in the same position of driving the pilot and the story. You know with more exposition. Which is an interesting situation. I think for an actor to be specifically with this format because of the precision. I think that people don't quite understand how precise and surgical doing multi cam is. And for me. I wonder if you can relate to this idea. Because it's hard for me to articulate. I would constantly think this is a format where there is no place to hide. Totally you can. I know it's really. I think on some level is the hardest thing i've ever done it so incredibly tricky because there is an artifice to it in which is what makes it calms successful. Might but because of that there. Is that fine line of managing the balance of reality and oftentimes the highly structured dialogue. I mean the sentences are so. I don't know what it was like but in my world with mom we had to be word perfect which most projects you show up wordperfect or you attempt to my case but it's almost like there's a precision to the cadence that has to be finessed totally a hundred percent. I mean if your sentence ends with the word to t oh and you say also that won't work because your joke is based on the t. Oh the next person's based on the t. o. And maybe like at the end of the scene is built on that. Oh so it's like you can't mess around and so you know. Sometimes i'll have someone that wants lines with me and she'll say yeah. It's actually written this way and every single time i look at it. That's better what's on. The page is always better than my version of it and it is so surgical and so precision. I mean those words are so right on. I think the other thing that's fascinating about. It is on the one hand. Just the stakes always have to be extraordinarily high as we know in comedy right but even higher here there's some energy level that's like utterly different. It is utterly unique to anything i've ever had to do before so it's exhausting. But in the great way and in a way it feels almost unreal. But the truth. Is that when you get to that place in your in that pocket emotionally. I'm totally grounded. And i feel like emotionally. I can go anywhere and the container will hold it. That's a great way to put it so. Let me catch our listeners. Up curious edrich stars in call your mother which is a multi cam comedy for. Abc here's abc said. The series follows an empty nest mother who decides to be close to her children by moving across country in order to be with them. Much to their chagrin. I feel like that's a great sum up but there's also a lot more help. Guide us through your character what she is sort of about what she's looking for. Yeah sure. I think it's a lot of things you i can really relate to this being a mother of dull children. You know you keep your whole fucking life to these kids. Yeah you're completely obsessed with them near the thing you wake up in the morning thinking about the thing you think about going to bed at night and if you do your job right you get fired. They lee and even somebody who's had her job her whole life. Even during the pregnancies of both of my children i was working. And who hasn't given up my life for these kids certainly. Obviously there's always a compromise and of dance. All working mothers are doing but when they leave and when your job is essentially done. There's this reckoning of who am i what am i do i even exist. And how am i gonna fill my days. How am i gonna fill my soul however my going to figure out how to stay a mother because they always do want you need you to degree but also have a life is fulfilling and doesn't make them feel like they have to take care of you. Which is my worst. Nightmare is apparent. And so i think my character is really straddling all these different things and also. They're your kids are living their best lives like they're so interesting when they're adults. I'm so fascinated with my kids. All i wanna know is everything that's going on your lives at all times. I don't tell them that. I don't call them incessantly and be the punisher but my druthers. I'd be thrilled to talk to them. Often infrequently probably even more. So than i do which is a bit i mean. I'm very lucky my kids want me around. So what happens is that that gene is a very emotional person and a very instinctual person and doesn't plan things and she basically doesn't hear from her son for four days. He hasn't called her back for four days and she decides something's terribly wrong and she literally gets on a plane to just go check on him and make sure he's okay and she arrives at his apartment. Not only is he doing well but he's got a girlfriend and she sort of imposes herself a little bit in that situation. Realizes that it's uncomfortable. Leaves then goes to check on her daughter who also lives in los angeles. School is actually struggling and having a harder time and so what turned into a visit ends up being. I'm gonna stay by the end of the first episode. But i think that it is that ongoing saga of lake. Kivu are we when we are no longer needed. You're no longer number one in your kids. Lives how you become number one your own life. How do you balance. Because it's a constant balance. I mean as a mom. I know i feel like i'm constantly is a push. Poll all the time from the kids. I want you go away. I want you go away. I feel it a lot and coming from them. I want them. That's a given. But anyway. So i think it's that and they also think it's being in your fifties and figuring out what that looks like and you know. Are you a sexual creature. Like what is that. Look like are you someone who's gonna start a new career or do you go back to your old careers. That look like. She's from iowa she leaves. Everything goes three thousand miles away and a little bit of a out of water and chance to forge new world for her saw. Yeah i think also one of the fascinating things is that the kids in their twenties are kind of going through a second adolescence in a way because they're not going to school anymore. They don't high school they don't have college and suddenly it's like well. Wow what do i do. How do i fit in like. I don't really know what my routine is as an adult right. So they're almost like in this kind of inbetween place. And i feel like gene is in that inbetween place for kids are gone and she's trying to figure out what the rest of her life looks like. So in a way they're kind of also in this equal time of life even though they're not i assume that you guys haven't shot in front of a live audience yet know.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:25 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Newcomer in everything i do. But i really feel like a newcomer in this space and it's fascinating and different and a music that you've heard your whole life but never heard before but don't know if you're doing right but you're sure you are because it's a music and you're not hearing the music right. And so there are a lot of feelers around this a lot of intensity around the basically. I'm having the greatest time my life. But anyway it is my first time. I feel very virginal. How many episodes if he shot so far we shot abe where up to eight. Yeah okay in la or on the east coast in l. A. in la. Yeah it's interesting watching the pilot made me think about doing the pilot for mom sure and i was thinking you were in the same position of driving the pilot and the story. You know with more exposition. Which is an interesting situation. I think for an actor to be specifically with this format because of the precision. I think that people don't quite understand how precise and surgical doing multi cam is. And for me. I wonder if you can relate to this idea. Because it's hard for me to articulate. I would constantly think this is a format where there is no place to hide. Totally you can. I know it's really. I think on some level is the hardest thing i've ever done it so incredibly tricky because there is an artifice to it in which is what makes it calms successful. Might but because of that there. Is that fine line of managing the balance of reality and oftentimes the highly structured dialogue. I mean the sentences are so. I don't know what it was like but in my world with mom we had to be word perfect which most projects you show up wordperfect or you attempt to my case but it's almost like there's a precision to the cadence that has to be finessed totally a hundred percent. I mean if your sentence ends with the word to t oh and you say also that won't work because your joke is based on the t. Oh the next person's based on the t. o. And maybe like at the end of the scene is built on that. Oh so it's like you can't mess around and so you know. Sometimes i'll have someone that wants lines with me and she'll say yeah. It's actually written this way and every single time i look at it. That's better what's on. The page is always better than my version of it and it is so surgical and so precision. I mean those words are so right on. I think the other thing that's fascinating about. It is on the one hand. Just the stakes always have to be extraordinarily high as we know in comedy right but even higher here there's some energy level that's like utterly different. It is utterly unique to anything i've ever had to do before so it's exhausting. But in the great way and in a way it feels almost unreal. But the truth. Is that when you get to that place in your in that pocket emotionally. I'm totally grounded. And i feel like emotionally. I can go anywhere and the container will hold it. That's a great way to put it so. Let me catch our listeners. Up curious edrich stars in call your mother which is a multi cam comedy for. Abc here's abc said. The series follows an empty nest mother who decides to be close to her children by moving across country in order to be with them. Much to their chagrin. I feel like that's a great sum up but there's also a lot more help. Guide us through your character what she is sort of about what she's looking for. Yeah sure. I think it's a lot of things you i can really relate to this being a mother of dull children. You know you keep your whole fucking life to these kids. Yeah you're completely obsessed with them near the thing you wake up in the morning thinking about the thing you think about going to bed at night and if you do your job right you get fired. They lee and even somebody who's had her job her whole life. Even during the pregnancies of both of my children i was working. And who hasn't given up my life for these kids certainly. Obviously there's always a compromise and of dance. All working mothers are doing but when they leave and when your job is essentially done. There's this reckoning of who am i what am i do i even exist. And how am i gonna fill my days. How am i gonna fill my soul however my going to figure out how to stay a mother because they always do want you need you to degree but also have a life is fulfilling and doesn't make them feel like they have to take care of you. Which is my worst. Nightmare is apparent. And so i think my character is really straddling all these different things and also. They're your kids are living their best lives like they're so interesting when they're adults. I'm so fascinated with my kids. All i wanna know is everything that's going on your lives at all times. I don't tell them that. I don't call them incessantly and be the punisher but my druthers. I'd be thrilled to talk to them. Often infrequently probably even more. So than i do which is a bit i mean. I'm very lucky my kids want me around. So what happens is that that gene is a very emotional person and a very instinctual person and doesn't plan things and she basically doesn't hear from her son for four days. He hasn't called her back for four days and she decides something's terribly wrong and she literally gets on a plane to just go check on him and make sure he's okay and she arrives at his apartment. Not only is he doing well but he's got a girlfriend and she sort of imposes herself a little bit in that situation. Realizes that it's uncomfortable. Leaves then goes to check on her daughter who also lives in los angeles. School is actually struggling and having a harder time and so what turned into a visit ends up being. I'm gonna stay by the end of the first episode. But i think that it is that ongoing saga of lake. Kivu are we when we are no longer needed. You're no longer number one in your kids. Lives how you become number one your own life. How do you balance. Because it's a constant balance. I mean as a mom. I know i feel like i'm constantly is a push. Poll all the time from the kids. I want you go away. I want you go away. I feel it a lot and coming from them. I want them. That's a given. But anyway. So i think it's that and they also think it's being in your fifties and figuring out what that looks like and you know. Are you a sexual creature. Like what is that. Look like are you someone who's gonna start a new career or do you go back to your old careers. That look like. She's from iowa she leaves. Everything goes three thousand miles away and a little bit of a out of water and chance to forge new world for her saw. Yeah i think also one of the fascinating things is that the kids in their twenties are kind of going through a second adolescence in a way because they're not going to school anymore. They don't high school they don't have college and suddenly it's like well. Wow what do i do. How do i fit in like. I don't really know what my routine is as an adult right. So they're almost like in this kind of inbetween place. And i feel like gene is in that inbetween place for kids are gone and she's trying to figure out what the rest of her life looks like. So in a way they're kind of also in this equal time of life even though they're not i assume that you guys haven't shot in front of a live audience yet know.

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"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Carrying your so kind to do this. Thank you for coming on the podcast. Close oh my god. I'm so thrilled to do it. I want to tell you my memory of you. I think it's the only time we may have met and you might not remember it. I was at sundance years ago. It was my first time there. I was at one of those like big fancy lodge homes where they give you shit you know. And i'm so out of my element in every way. And i remember you. Were walking down this big wooden staircase you.

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What's going on with the New Orleans Pelicans?

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:46 min | 4 months ago

What's going on with the New Orleans Pelicans?

"This year's deputy f team the new orleans pelicans. I don't know what baker this team you can catch them on any given night and it's a completely different experience than the last night. I don't know if the players make sense together. Actually i'm pretty sure they don't. I don't really know what the overall philosophy is. I don't know if they're trying to be a playoff team if they're trying to be rebuilding. I'm just constantly confused and there are some optimism because they want a couple of games around people here they go here. Zion and then they get killed last night by the bulls and have one hundred thousand breakdowns. And i guess my first question to you is the pelicans what the fuck you. How many exclamation points can we tack onto that. Wt fd think. But i was hoping you could answer this question. Because i think you're spot on in that it's so much depends your view of this team on when you catch them even just like what stage in the season. You caught them because for a minute. It looked like they were going to live up to their personnel and be a tough minded offensive team. Scrounging out offensive rebounds to get points and just kinda struggling on that in because they're spacing issues the script has completely flipped. And now this is all of a sudden very competent offense. I think park has really driven by brandon. Ingram is i ion williamson. They're making that part of it work but the defense. Jesus christ i mean it is. There is inconsistent defensively as really any team out there. Yeah i would say other than brooklyn. It's the team that's most likely to give up one hundred forty on any given night to any team. That knows what they're doing. I so if you actually look at their stats and you haven't been watching that much and you look at the stats and you look at williamson in ingram and all right. Those guys are having good years pretty efficient. And then you look at lonzo and you look at bledsoe. Lonzo shoot thirty seven percent from three so she and forty percent so going into the season like well. Their guards can't shoot. They're not going to be able to have enough space. Well their guards are actually shooting. Okay but then. When i watch everybody together. I don't have a five-man line-up that i liked like yesterday. They're playing Kyra lewis with He he got a little more run and he's really interesting. Rookies really fast. He's little darren foxy and gave them an energy that i was like. Well maybe this. Maybe i would like this version of the pelicans more. If fast you know now unleash sign a little bed. Go up and down a little bit more. But i still don't know who the other two teammates would be with cairo. Lewis design and branding. And i guess the fundamental question for me is do zion and brandon. Ingram makes sense together on a team. That's actually trying to win the title. I think they make sense on offense but the question was i on really broadly. As who are you going to put the five that's gonna make up for all. He doesn't do defensively right now. That's always been my issue with the idea of playing small and we are putting him at the five his rotations is. Aren't there really the pelicans as a team. If i were an opposing coach. I would say this is a team. We can beat him rotation every they are. Pass away from defensive breakdown every time out on the floor and keep moving the ball. You keep doing what you're supposed to do they will they will mess up in a whether it's undersized guy in the corner doesn't quite rotate over all the way. Jj radic or josh. Hart they try hard. They do what they can. But they're not equipped to be helped rotation defenders. If a guy like zion isn't going to be one so i mean i'm i'm kinda bullish on the anger rooms ion depot in general but i am really struggling to see how you put together those lineups. I can see how they kind of got into this conundrum where they clearly wanted to have some veterans early. Some veterans fell into their lap in terms of what was available and trying to get some pics and make their other moves but long term. It's a weird team to build with. And then you get lonzo into this conversation to and what they want to do with him. It's it's kind of messy.

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Kyrie Irving has 35 points, Nets use defense to rout Pacers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Kyrie Irving has 35 points, Nets use defense to rout Pacers

"The nets ended a three game skid is Kyra Irving had thirty five points and eight assists in a one oh four ninety four victory against the Pacers Brooklyn led by as many as thirty six and held Indiana under forty points until midway through the third quarter the next bill to thirty two point halftime lead their largest since moving to Brooklyn in two thousand twelve they limited Indiana to thirty first half points the fewest since moving from New Jersey James harden added nineteen points and eleven rebounds for the nets thrown the same page from the union the first five in the new men are you know the guy that came off the bench a new game plan executed the game plan the Montesa bonus had eighteen points and nine rebounds in the Pacers fourth loss in a row I'm the ferry

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Houston's Big Oil Isn't So Big Anymore

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Houston's Big Oil Isn't So Big Anymore

"Me ma houston's oil and gas companies are looking for ways to recoup from one of the most challenging years on record energy reporter. Kyra luckily has been going over new financial reports at show billions of dollars in losses. One of most stunning reports is from exxon mobil which says it lost more than twenty billion dollars in the last quarter of twenty twenty. That's after exxon posted more than one billion in losses for the first three quarters and laid off over seven hundred houston workers mostly due to the pandemic other companies. Like conaco phillips. Halliburton are reporting hundreds of millions in losses for the fourth. Quarter

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Nets don't miss rested Durant in 147-125 win over Thunder

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Nets don't miss rested Durant in 147-125 win over Thunder

"The nets did need Kevin Durant in a one forty seven one twenty five rather the thunder James harden Kyra Irving each delivered twenty five points for the nets who shot fifty seven percent and reached a season high for points ball moving on we were active on both ends of the floor close up of usual game plan and we executed almost or ball harden Irving carried the offensive load while Durant was given the night off as coach Steve Nash tries to wrest the league's number two scorer Brooklyn was never threatened after opening the second quarter on a channel run that made it forty six twenty seven teenage rookie feel mallet on dropped in twenty four points and was perfect on six shots from three point range for the thunder I'm Dave Ferrie

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"kyra" Discussed on The View

The View

07:48 min | 4 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on The View

"Hello and welcome to the view before we get into the show. I let me apologize. Yesterday i wore sweater that apparently parents upset a lot of people. That was not my intention. I simply bought a sweater from the internet. And i will never wear it again. And that's all. I can say i didn't. I still don't know what the connotations are. Why people are upset. But i heard you. And i'm not going to wear it again okay. That's that so yesterday. Forty five. Republican senators voted against. You know who's impeachment trial claiming it's unconstitutional. Clearly they've not read the constitution former. Un ambassador nikki. Haley went on fox saying democrats should get once again. Democrats should get over it. I don't think there's a basis for impeachment. I mean the idea that during the bringing this up they didn't even have a hearing in the house. Now they're gonna turn around and bring about impeachment yet. They say they're for unity. I mean they beat him up before he got into office. They're beating up after he leaves office. I mean at some point. I mean give the man a break i mean. Move on if you truly are about moving on move on. It's not that this is a contest or anything a lot of these same. Republicans thought hillary's emails and benghazi warranted multiple investigations. That went on and on and on and on. so why. don't they think that allegations of inciting an insurrection deserve an impeachment trial. I mean i. I don't know what the hell is going. But i start what you joy. What aren't they see. Well cellphone just to just to speak to this nikki haley. She changed her tune because originally she was the against trump but now she's like give trump break as if his the victim not the dead cop at the capitol. Suddenly trump is poor little baby. Give me a break but you know this whole thing is annoying me. Why are these republicans saying that. Probably they will not convict when they haven't seen the evidence. I saw the twelve angry men. Movie have you seen that. I saw lord many times. I to supply the evidence. And then you decide if somebody's guilty or innocent number two. I've never seen such cowardly behavior in grownup men in line entire life. You have frontline workers in this country risking their lives every day at the job. And these chickens rand paul and ron johnson and ted cruz and josh hawley and can just go on with these people. They are scared to lose their jobs. Scared i think what sunny you could put them in the chicken coop chicken what. They're defending what they're defending our. They're saying that it's okay for people to to storm the capital with guns and explosives and handcuffs these know by the way whenever they talk about trump supporters. I like this hillbilly eligible thing. That goes on like they're all pathetic and poor. They're not a lot of these. People had a lot of money. Obviously they had to get a hotel. Room that night didn't they. They had to get transportation to get there. That doctor mentioned the costumes they had to pay for. And the explosives. So let's not feel sorry for those people. Okay so the lord it's out of saudi is now the party of let's say let's support the seditionists and the insurrectionist. That is the republican party right now. What's your reaction about all of this sunny. Well my reaction is that forty five out of fifty republicans think that former president trump should face zero accountability for inciting an insurrection. Not only against our capital but against our very democracy and i tend to agree with joy the current republican party. There is no rift in in the current republican party. This is a far right extremist party. This is the party of marjorie green. This is the party of cunanan. This is the maga- party. This is the confederate flag party the confederate statues party the kids in a cage party the build a wall party the anti-science party the anti climate change party the nationalist party the isolationist party there is no rift. This is the republican party of today. And i really think that if there are republicans who do not agree with this. Trump is with this maga- party with this type of party. They are going to need to leave this party and start their own because if they stand with the forty five out of fifty republican senators that tells this country that they support everything that those other republicans believe in right. What is this signal to use. Sarah this signals that they were never going to convict faith that they would but this absolutely is foreshadowing and this isn't about unity. What i what. I'm annoyed hearing from the. Gop of air quote leaders is that they are talking about if the democrats want unity move on. That's what i keep hearing and also the other one is about the unconstitutional nature of this. That's dangerous argument to make by the way because notice they're not saying it's a witch hunt. They're not denying that the behavior was wrong. They're just calling out the process but that's a very dangerous argument that the people like rand. Paul are using because pretty much that saying that. You can do anything you want at the end and by the way mitch. Mcconnell voted to put off the impeachment now says oh but now it's too late like you can't have it both ways so they're absolutely not gonna convict. There's gotta be another way to get consequences for what happened at the capitol and send a message that this can never be done again. But we're not gonna find any of that in the republican party. What do you think about all of this. Megan isn't is what everyone is saying. True is it time to find a new party. I mean i feel like after what everybody just said. It's kind of like other than the play. Mrs lincoln. How did it go last night. Is that the joke. And like i mean there's there's you know what i'm saying. We'll be like i just. It's just a dumpster fire. I will say that You know politics unfortunately should be about making moral calculations but a lot of times. It's about making political calculations. And when i saw nikki haley just now in that clip. She's clearly betting on the fact that trumpism is here to stay and she wants his base of supporters. because she's clearly running for president and thinks she's a front runner. I'm sure there are people like christie known. That will have something to say about her. Being a front runner and the problem with it is authenticity. Really is the only currency that really really matters in politics at the end of the day and joe biden is terribly authentic person. Know president trump whether you like him or not was a really authentic person and a lot of these people are trying to sell trump ism. But it just doesn't work and it's not totally believable and i think that's part of josh hawley. Problem is that he's a league educated constitutional scholar who was going on the floor to put something forth that i don't really believe that he believed and now. He's sort of in political purgatory. So i think going forward the idea that you can sort of calculate this that nikki. Haley is like. I'm the front runner. This is a great calculation. Chris christie thought he was going to be the front runner litany of thousands of political candidates. Who thought they were going to be the front runner and then ended up coming in about twelve fifteenth and that we're media darlings..

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400 members of National Guard called to Washington D.C.

Long Term Care Radio with Brian Ott

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

400 members of National Guard called to Washington D.C.

"Almost 400 members of the Washington National Guard or spending the weekend in Washington, D C. Providing added security leading up to and during Inauguration Day. Major general Brett Door details Kyra seven TV, others Aaron Olympia, We continue to have over 500 soldiers deployed to our state's capital, partnered with the state patrol to ensure That we don't see any violence in our state. Capitol security experts say there's a credible threat of violence at all. 50 State capitals are Capitol building is fenced off and under guard with lawn in front of it is open for

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"kyra" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

03:43 min | 8 months ago

"kyra" Discussed on For Your Reference

"I sat through a Bruce Willis movie and I was dead. What the fuck was that while they play with my mind and you know, how we say it in the for your reference household, you know, don't ride. Don't run. Don't run a story when you say it was all a dream of the end of June. Yeah, so it felt like a copper at the time which it was it was just brilliant movie making and writing and I I come to appreciate its significance even more now re-watching it the old me was super Dom so don't even pay attention to him. Yes, because we now have the upgraded lernard. So amazing. Yeah. Okay. I think I need a quote on a workout because my my prototypes a bit faulty. Oh wow. So let's let's dive into some of the characters in this film that obviously we're going to start off with cold. I definitely want to lay my accolades for Haley because I felt like he stole the scene every time he was on the screen brilliant performer. Met him through and through and you know what? I'm starting to realize the more Bruce Willis films that I watch he actually acts and what I mean by that is, you know, when you watch someone and they're just there and not seen but then you have actors where you can see that they're acting I don't know if it's a bad thing or not, but I can I could see Bruce Willis acting in this but in any case even though he was acting he took all the same every single time. Oh, yeah. He really really really performed his ass off, you know, if if there was like this is the only movie off a lease should be known for I think it is sadly, but I was just thinking about you know, he he drove me he almost drove to tease if I wasn't waiting at the back of my mind just waiting for to chuckle a bit more for you know getting it it was just one of those moments where far out. I've not seen wage. It's all performance like this in ages. Yeah, actually and this was an older film as well because child actors can can border on Broadway. Annoying for Christmas is the fancy word. But sometime kid actors can get fucken annoying right and Cole really felt like it's just wild because it's like getting kids to focus and then further extend that to make us believe cuz I believed I believe that he felt like he saw what he saw. Yeah, whether that was the genuine reality is a story for another day and if we're grounding it in reality, we're unfortunately these Fantastical elements don't exist come and fight me in your thoughts see corners of the internet, but I really believe that he believes what he was seeing. Right and it's so it's so fucking interesting because even while off We were watching this, you know, and I think it was after he revealed that he could see dead people to dr. Crew. I turned to you and I said, when are we going to see it off from his perspective, you know, there's usually a key change for like a note change in a film where we start to see the reality of the reality sort of dissolve. Right? And that's what I asked you. I was like, when are we going to see what coal saying? But little did Katie know we were seeing what he was seeing the whole fucking time. He took doctor Crow was fucking dead..

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"kyra" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"kyra" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Have these issues I'd rather have Kyra you're having play I held the season this year a somewhat held the season this year and then worry about the rain joining and seeing where he is al bow for up to speed he's going to be instead it's like you're starting from scratch again now with both guys who on top of the chemistry issues and on top of it all the Ross with the rain you have injury concerns about now both guys not just one of them well you're right about that no one dies really doesn't turn on the as far as how does she have a charmer Walker what could happen those stockings with that yes yes I'm Morton she will be with them for quite much further more we're potentially threaten the east wall not potentially I mean they all are a threat in the east and you will get the NBA's Eastern Conference I think it's I don't know I mean it's probably more open to me he then it would be what the west the west is no maybe D. it's certainly deeper but I would think the west I can envision anybody really knocking off the Lakers in some people talk about the rockets potentially being that team obviously the clippers but really it's a two team race to meet with the Lakers and clippers and I'd have to favor lebron Anthony Davis over everybody else there clipper is that it will be a heck of a series of see those two go at it but in the east I mean it's really Milwaukee do you trust them in the post season even though they had a dominant regular season they're still young and still learning so you trust in the post season Toronto usually lost quite wanted they've had it's really thick year this year you do trust them in the post season but how far can they go without that superstar in Kawhi and then you get you Celtics right there the heat the Sixers I mean they're all kind of bunched up so I could see you can make an argument for the Celtics coming out of these you can make an argument for the raptors for the box for the Sixers for the heat I'll buy goes far as the Pacers but these is at least sixty and the west is a deeper conference but they're there to me you know harder to envision somebody knocking off the Lakers or even the clippers more so than it is with the top teams in the Eastern Conference the building can be Yankee this is becoming a really bad situation was stable enough no we never had this type of war injury unfortunately some cosmetic that is timely John and I know you do have enough players you look this injury is severe you may have to start looking for another instructional no picture season yeah well they're death is going to be tested right from the get go see Jane thanks for the call because of the injuries already to James backs and we Severino so they may have to go outside the organization eventually depending on the severity of these issues or anything else happens all right now you're looking at Tanaka coal coal Tanaka hap Montgomery allies ago I mean they have enough I'll be David Garcia may be competing for rotations body here let's see all plays out in spring training but they should have enough to get through the first month or so the season and hope to get some of these guys back healthy now if they lose them they'll they lose both accidents every no for you know extended period of time it would several you know I think that that's more likely than it is with tax then but who knows then they might have to go out there and address that needed the all star break Hey they trade deadline maybe they need to do that anyway maybe they feel like because of Severino issues in because the pact and issues maybe they feel like they need a legit number two or number three behind Tanaka let's say Colton aka then they want that number three because the dock in the post season you trust assuming he stays healthy and a long way to go to the post season I get it but I mean come on at some point the significant amount of injuries with the Yankees is I would think it's going to catch up with him at some point no and this will be more about Severino individually anyway where maybe he's not going to be what the Yankees and some others like myself thought he was going to be the Yankees version of the ground so to speak that's what the goal was I mean that's what he's supposed to be well he's close to that now I know it's tough to get to that level was automatic I won back to back cy Youngs but you know what I mean they're young controllable ace is gonna go out there and dominate that you can rely upon well you can't because he was bad in the Posies one healthy and now is not healthy anymore so how can you trust getting anything consistent at a Louis Severino each year goes by that trust takes a bigger and bigger and bigger head two point one now I don't think you can count on and not only should you be thankful that you have Garak over the post season but now you're gonna need in the regular season prior to that you really didn't really matter you just one on line up in game one of whatever debate you know the the division series now you need him in the regular season these are more bodies they're they're dropping like flies with the act do we have that clip producer fleas that you were able to get that you want to play that next hour called next hour we'll have it for you where the caller called in beat you know the first call of course we do we talk to talk about uniting call me a slob which did not happen factually incorrect we did find the clip though that they think the call was alluding to which happened not yesterday morning but on Wednesday morning so we can run that back just to clarify your remarks we'll get to the NFL as well on the other side whatever you feel like talking about eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Alec out on the fence were you one of the millions whose identity may have been compromised in the recent breach the one of the millions who trust their identity protection to LifeLock life like now includes the power.

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"kyra" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kyra" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"I would say so as well one thing that really stuck with me said afterwards in the cage you felt heavy out there what did you mean by that yeah i was a just a lot of anxiety out of motions and i don't know i just i feel you know like like i don't know i felt like i had an adrenaline dump before the fight you know yeah with yeah exactly like kyra could be all that stuff beforehand in not knowing from the main event or komai of it back and forth and even like before the fight started i was a like squeezing my fist so hard like getting my hands taped the what i turn my hand over i was bleeding in my hands some for some reason i don't how that happened and then this this other hand the cut that had earlier was bleeding as well so i i don't know it helped i think to just know that this is like i guess it was a good i dunno good for me to prepare my mind to this neck of easy one but it was it was also like heartaches up that but i did have you ever felt that anxious before fight yeah not that anxious for fight before but i have been similar scenarios where where similar center no yeah this was definitely the more scenarios were i you know it just the the machine wasn't turning on you know you also said that you did you kind of apologize for not putting on the most technical fight and i was surprised by that.

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"kyra" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kyra" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Okay so why of the approach i think that capital is a very important way to accelerate the growth of of something that's starting to work within a star upright so we believe capitals important but i mean we we are approach kyra says been more so it's help entrepreneurs with this things other than capital right exposure access to other industry leaders who can mentor them and help them find the right path to market appear network of other people who are crazy enough to believe that at age twenty three they could change a massive industry so those are the things we've always been doing i think capital is just the most efficient way to become formally in business with some of these companies that are really changing an industry so we've you capital more as a commodity or means to an end to just get in business formerly with these entrepreneurs okay let me see if i get it right you early age your family's ripping run and building things you're part of it sports important part of the process you have an appreciation for trade selling pokemon or whatever right so this is like the family did something cooler sorry okay but and then you you've got a model that if i take care of my work then i can play okay so you would lockdown when it was tom lockdown yet tested well got into a great school than there was an ecosystem that took place there in that ecosystem you were tracked to a group of people that were trying to solve big problems.

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