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"lachlan" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"lachlan" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"From the keyboard to the boardroom, this is Paul the profit that will be I'm here with CNBC Arabia and the business of eSports live at the next world forum. And I've got an incredible guest with me. Loughlin power, CEO of power org, right? And a famous Fortnite content creator himself. Loughlin, welcome. Thank you for having me. It's great to be here at the next world form. Glad to chat some eSports and content creation, like let's start with the easy question. You're the CEO of an org and you're focused on Fortnite and rocket league mostly. Talk to me a little bit about the choices as an org owner you've made. The games you chose. And two, what makes you guys different? 'cause there's lots of orgs out there. Yeah. No, great question. So it was very natural for me when I first started power as a team to focus on the eSports side of Fortnite. I have a very sound footing in Fortnite content creation been doing it since Fortnite was incepted back in 2017, built up a very big fan base there. I just wanted to have a team of competitive players because I played competitive Fortnite, but I wasn't very good at it. So I wanted to get the best in Australia to represent a brand. And so it actually started out as a clothing line and then turned into the eSports and what it is. But yeah, that was the easy solution for Fortnite. And then I just love Epic Games so much that I was like, what's the next competitive game? And so rocket league was it. I also played a lot of rocket league back in the day. So it was very natural for me. And I think it's just like one of those eSports that is so easy to understand. Ball goes in goal, good bulgars and year old bad. Anybody can pick it up at face value for what it is. Yeah, it just felt very easy to diversify those. So currently right now we have one of the best OC rocket league teams. And we do focus a lot on OCE specifically Australian eSports. I know we don't have the greatest reputation when it comes to the world level, but that's kind of going to your question of what makes us different. It's really focusing on being Australia's eSport team and taking at least what we have now and focusing a lot on the story and the content and taking those teams internationally. You know, that's interesting. There's two things I took away from that. One, you guys are sort of backwards in that you're doing things the opposite way of every other eSports team. Every other eSports org started with eSports and then they all want to sell hoodies after the fact it sounds like you started with the merch and the media and it evolved into that. First thought, and the second thought, owning a geography, like I'm curious, how are you tackling that? Is there ambition to be global with power or is it more important to you to really own Australia and to own that region? For me, I have a very big North American viewer base from Fortnite and everything I've done on YouTube for the last ten years. So I really want to have us compete on that global level against North America. Obviously the challenges, there is a lot. Competing against North America and Europe where an island, and we have incredible paying towards any other region. So for us to play against the world, we either have to spend a lot of money on flights, which is only getting more expensive or play maybe sometimes in Southeast Asia with 60 to 80 ping. Those are the only two ways to play at a competitive level with the rest of the world. Yeah, I think it's just about trying to not so much work on the eSports. I mean, obviously there's the local regional eSports of Australia. I'm not really too focused on that. Obviously we're going to build that, but it's more just getting to the world stage. And actually doing well. That's what it is to me. That challenge there is the biggest challenge. And that's what we're going to try and fix. How much of the orc success though is predicated on your own fame? Because you are the elephant in the room. You are famous, Loughlin. You are your millions and millions of followers around the world. How much of the business success? Because it's rare to see someone who starts as a gamer and content creator, build a very successful business around themselves, right? How much of this success is predicated on your personal fame? And how much are you thinking about making the org sort of Loughlin proof? In other words, if Loughlin gets hit by a bus tomorrow, not that we want that. How much are you thinking about the org beyond your own fame? I need it to succeed without me. And we had content on our channels that have done well without me being there. And I see positive signs in ways that we're working. But that's definitely the end goal. And there's a few challenges around that. But I think it would be naive to say that I'm not included in that recipe for success. You know, definitely makes it easier to have big names behind us. We also have loserfruit, another Fortnite icon in the game. And that's where we really draw that Fortnite angle. It's four things that we do at power. It's obviously the content we make on our YouTube channels and Twitter and all that stuff. Then it's the eSports. Then it's the apparel. Our biggest one is probably our creative experiences we make within Fortnite with our team that build experiences within Fortnite, the game. And so that's where we use our content and our eSports to help promote those experiences, just recently did a collaboration with bungie for their destiny launch in Fortnite. So we actually recreated javelin four and were featured in game to help promote the destiny skins coming to Fortnite. And we've done various ones with Coca-Cola for their new bike flavor, more that I can not think of at the top of my head. More exciting ones coming as well. But this is unique, right? I've heard we've interviewed on the show CEOs of just about every major eSports org on the planet. You hear always the media play. You hear the lifestyle brand. You hear selling the merchandise. It sounds like you guys have found a different business model. And I'm curious how big of the revenue pie does this represent for power, right? Like how much of your business do you think two years from now, 5 years from now will be this sort of unique? I don't know even know what to call it. It's almost game dev, right? Yeah, it's like game dev and honestly with Fortnite pushing to Unreal Engine Fortnite, which is their interpretation of being able to create experiences in the Fortnite using Unreal Engine instead of placing little Legos across the map. So that looks very exciting and very promising. I can see it being a big part of our revenue share down the line. It definitely is at the moment, I'd say over 50%. That is just one piece of the pie. And we want to try and take the whole pie. One of the more interesting things we had OT K on the show, we had tips from OTT on the show. And one of the things that was interesting from that interview was he was saying OTT has ambition to be actually in the game development business. They want to make games because they realize their influence can push players to their own games. Are you thinking about that for your own org and your own influence? Yeah, 'cause you even see that with a hundred thieves, snake shot, they announced their game as well. It definitely feels part of what can we, as a community as an organization, create to drive the most traffic towards. And that a game makes a lot of sense for a lot of cases. I think a game is a bit ambitious for us at the moment, but I could see something down the line. I think just where we are positioned within Fortnite, we have a very good reputation and quality and just driven experiences that people want to play. So we're going to stick to that for now. But who knows in the future? Lachlan, give me sort of final thoughts on power as an org and sort of the next two to 5 years for you. And I'd love if you could touch on, you know, we're at next reform here in Riyadh. How you're thinking about this part of the world in that 5 year plan. We're definitely going to look into more eSports outside of just Fortnite and rocket league. I think there's a few up in the air of where we might go. Definitely an Australian team, like I said, we're trying to own the region. But would definitely love to come out here and compete. Obviously gamers 8 was a massively success. A few OC teams, I believe, that played in that for the rocket league. But yeah, just to see what's going on over here, it's incredible. It sounds like a lot of investment is coming out from the government. And honestly, I wish Australian government would do the same. If I could say, but yeah, I'm excited to have our team out here and compete for sure. Loughlin, thank you so much. I love what you guys are doing, wish you all the success. Thank you so much for being on the show. Thanks for listening to the business of eSports podcasts. Check us out at the business of eSports dot com and on Twitter at biz eSports.

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Chuck Schumer Pens Letter to Fox News Executives

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 9 months ago

Chuck Schumer Pens Letter to Fox News Executives

"To Rupert Murdoch, the chairman of Fox corporation. Lachlan Murdoch executive chairman and CEO of the Fox corporation. Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News media, and Jay Wallace, the president and executive editor of Fox News media. Those executives at Fox received a letter. From one of the most powerful U.S. senators in the country today. New York's Chuck Schumer. He writes dear mister Rupert Murdoch at all. I write to urge you to immediately cease the reckless amplification of the so called great replacement theory on your network's broadcasts. Proponents of this white nationalist far right conspiracy theory believe that a complicit or cooperative class of elites are advancing a plot designed to undermine the political power and culture of white Americans. A recent AP poll found that nearly a third of American adults believe that a group of people is trying to replace native born Americans with immigrants for electoral gains. I urge you to take into consideration the very real impacts of the dangerous rhetoric being broadcast on your network on a nightly

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Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 10 months ago

Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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Axios: High-Powered Group Targets Trump Lawyers’ Livelihoods

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 11 months ago

Axios: High-Powered Group Targets Trump Lawyers’ Livelihoods

"And I passed this around to as many of my friends and colleagues and people I could think of to make an issue out of this and I will explain why Once I lay out the facts the pieces by Lachlan marque and Jonathan Swan High powered group targets Trump lawyers livelihoods Again I don't know if anyone spoke about this today but it doesn't matter A dark money group you'll notice there's a lot of dark money groups associated with the Democrat party And the reference to destroy our electoral process A dark money group with ties to Democratic Party heavyweights We'll spend millions of dollars this year to expose and try to disbar To try to disbar more than 100 lawyers who worked on Donald Trump's post election lawsuits people involved with the effort to axios So let's stop there just for a moment This tells you one of the reasons why these January 6th stalinist committee on the hill led by then he held Thompson and dizzy Cheney This tells you why they're subpoenaing so many lawyers They're actually doing the groundwork for this dark money group I'm convinced of that mister produced does that make sense to you There are gathering the information using your tax dollars A front committee Set up by Nancy Pelosi With all hitmen and hit women

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DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

Daily Pop

02:06 min | 1 year ago

DTWS Host Tyra Banks Defends Contestant Olivia Jade

"Talk dancing with the stars controversy. It's igniting over whether or not olympia j deserves to be contested. She's a daughter of laurie. Lachlan and they've been wrapped up in this whole college admissions scandal. Now we just talked to host tyra banks who said give girl chance. Listen to this. Olivia jade super brave. I think she's super brave to come out. I think she's like i'm tired of people talking about me. It's time for me to tell my story. And i'm going to do it on national television and i'm going to do dancing with the stars. Ought to be right there with her helping her to tell her story. There's just so much tire knows about controlling that narrative also likes underdog to you know what i mean Yeah but she's she's like okay. This girl she's gone through it like we've been talking about it. She has been crucified for all of the things that she and her parents and whoever advise them did and you know i was a teenage. We were all teenagers once and we didn't make the best decisions all the time but we were on some crazy platform all the time. I mean maybe you guys were not all your rate. Also she was influenced by adults. She didn't make these decisions by herself. So errands told this was the thing to do because again they were advised to do that. And i think. And i said this two and a half years ago when we were talking about this this is starting to rival khloe interest with the amount of time. We've spoken about it. But they're from a very affluent area in los angeles. And i think that was part of the culture where every family was like. We're gonna get our kids in college and this is how you do it. Obviously that way of life is not acceptable and doesn't work in which is why the whole system came crashing down because you can't illegally get your kid into school but i don't think that they were necessarily bad people. I think they made bad decisions. Laurie has done her time. Masato has done his time. Is he still in prison. Urged their time like let the girl. The girl is how old twenty two years old not even like. I just feel like at some point. It's like an know even going to one tires like you know. She needs to tell her side of this. It's like what's her side of the story her parents and we're going to get you in to see. This is what you need to do. Do it when you're seventeen years old. Sixteen you listen to your

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"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"About shula enjoyment cinema. But again it's that whole balance. Happy sad you know. It's serious undertones to that film but it's done in such Such a lot hotted also educational and endearing. Why that That that he's just exceptional. Nothing listed. I mean joe joe rabbit. There's not many people can make release just like a free. He just was nobody. Nobody would touch with a barge pole except him. He pulls raise a half inch half mary. Jimmy kimmel was talking about what that pitch meeting must have sounded like you know. So i wanted to say we talk about. You know. I told you. I asked you. You got invested into moments with your beautiful camera. Work i gotta. I gotta think that jillian denison is funniest helmets tough. It's tough to maintain your composure on him because what talented talented older actor. But young actor at the time. Yeah he was great wasn't he was only eleven when we shot that film as well. He's just a kid and he hadn't done. I think maybe he done one other film before. And he's also working with san meal Absolute at so and it was the two most time in the bush shooting in new zealand in a really call time of year where we didn't have much sunlight and there was a lot of time constraints and logistics. And let's go to stop but he. That's the only time when i do get nervous about operating win. It's really funny. And i know that that's why i just have to lock the camera off because i know laughing for i'm trying not came up to the end of what was it makes a wins them. We had a hog inlets and stuff than instead of worker. And he's like lucky. I knew it was funny. When you're laughing hide that the whole doing a good job of it. That's great the fact at tikal keeps bringing you back that he brought you back. That's got to be the ultimate compliment as a cinematographer right. The fact that he wants you back. You know what i'm saying like that's that's got to be in the world two year it does become really good friends over the years as well and i'm yeah i got a lotta time thing. We do keep in touch a lot. And when when he was shooting four in sydney. I just came back from doing strategy. Things to say him knew a lot of dump films of the people on the crew is i wanted to go and just have a look. But it's he's he's a lovely guy and i'm so pleased and happy for him that he's getting a little bit success accolades now in a situation like that where you're visiting Set does he ever. does anybody. Pick your brain like that. I mean granted. You're not an quote on official part of the fill. The film button is your brain. I would assume because you're very gifted of what you do. Your your brain must be picked once in a while. what would you do hear. What do you think of this. Does that ever happen. More of just a casual. Hey how are you. I'm just here look. I always very unusual going to set. That isn't yours. I feel like that. Anyway because i'm very respectful and mindful of that so iconic show is a little bit and and you know pull people aside and the dock inside alone or whatever rather than coming shooting into the air and announced my arrival to the set. Because it's not. It's not my show and i'm very respectful of the day pay in etc. It's almost there's a very unusual feeling because you feel like you're not supposed to be there. But no i tend to be pretty discrete when i do that but it is also really great to watch how the people work. That's what i used to love about being the system. Yeah different day pays indifferent gaffer's and like look at different relationships and say people might approach the same thing differently and that's all knowledge and information that you can use in your own work. So i'm so i find that really interesting even to be awkward at times i do. I do like it so two weeks ago. My wife and i sit down to watch this. Incredible movie called minority and it took me a while to watch it We have a newborn a lot of reasons. But i gotta tell you before we get to the script and the words the images in this movie had me in tears. And i'm not trying to sound over the top. I'm being very honest. Genuine here the images in that movie. They have you in tears because it's almost like they speak for. What's going on my being ridiculously over the top. Because that's how i feel decided it fills me with glad to hear you say that i love. I love everything about that. Movie on the. I love the process. That collaboration with isaac was up there with the best direct. One of the best director. Dp relationships. stephen is wonderful. The costs exceptional Christina are from plant the it was just like a lightning in a bottle of the moment you know it was like a tiny film with A lot of an unknown costs particularly in in north america. With exception of someone like stephen But it was it was hot. It was difficult. It was decreed. Was you know everything about it. But that was just such a coal group of really dedicated gooch human beings who wanted to do the best thing that they could with what they had. So yeah i am. I love everything about that movie. But it's recon and you decide that we've talked about a lot about but wanted to shoot the film as wide as possible because the cost was so good and just to make it feel bigger because you know so much of that film as you noted goes down in the trailer just to try and kate that interesting and make it feel like these people are doing the best. They can as well and not necessarily applying to tawny and cramped all the time. But there's a sense of homelessness and pride about how sitting up their existence there particularly like from the point of view of character. Don we really wanted to cover everything in the least amount of coverage as possible and Not really hold shots again to think about it from like an editorial pricing side of things but not get to fill mikey. Nba simple as we could because everything else was there for us in front of the camera. He has a movie feels. Just you mentioned the struggles with you know the the you guys had just feel so authentic in real. I think that goes into it. Many you mentioned your white shots. I had this question for you. It's like the first question. I wanted to ask you when we go. We talked to each other You know there's a scene with kids. Follow the grandmother many times those. Why pan scenes where the grass is taller. It really reminded me of the scene and shawshank where mortgage freeman is walking in the tall grass after the tree and roger deacons kind of pants. You see the bugs you see the call. It just kept taking me back there and just some of the most scenes. I've seen kudos to my friend. I it's just just a really beautifully shot movie. Thank you very much. The three-car unicycle. The i have to ask you. So i've asked you about the other directors I it sounds like a lease right up there. One great thing. I'm working one racing about your relationship and report with lee was we. Were making the same movie you know and we really we really disagreed on things At all on we it was great because we kind of got on automatic pilot Towards the end 'cause we caught a read each other so well because he he could just he was all about performance and active and then all would just shoot that for him so he wasn't necessarily thinking about that sort of things which i also really liked because then the direct is the head in the performance which is in everybody's interests Because that will make the film better if he's if he or. She is focused. Too much on on.

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"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"A lot with the direct is about the you know. The tone of the same in who seen is what a couple of things that sort of ask about as well. I'm making notes in the script when we're going through what i think. The languages that sane is like an peach ideas. It's like. I feel like this should be one short. Because we have this argument or whatever it is live and people step by each other's law is in its missy and it feels more exurbs or it might be. We've just come out of an action sequence. Said they should be more static and You know we should. We should try and calm everything down a little bit again. Boss does or should be handled something but but if a director says none. I think this should be on a crane for whatever reason i lost them. What do you think that is. And then they'll explain it to me and not in hot. tom's apponaug. Okay that makes sense unless they were doing it. And then that'll be absolutely fine so it's not like oh know troy toys out of the prime into can scream all you have to have a dog with redirected the more do geo point. The more people like the way that i approach things. 'cause it's always from a story saw things that's always the most interesting and important thing a million so no i haven't had any of those moments really the only thing i don't like doing is covering saints. Not just off this big this thing that i've sometimes which is if you don't shoot it you can't use it And that's that's for me is like a way to kind of control the pricing of scenes and films If you want them to feel single camera will more languid will will last. I or if it's an action sequences Bunch of cameras at it and you cut it within an image of its live to give the energy but But yeah no i. I guess. I don't really tend not to gravitate towards people who are really dictatorial about how it's gonna go like i was a site. Direct is on the first call. It's like all bays collaborative with you as you want me to be. You know like if you if you want to talk about performance sola staging and blocking obviously all that sort of stuff with the clean knowledge. That i don't wanna do job. Nor do i wanna take that will always be directed but it does. Does that make sense like comfortable with asking male or you know it's the same with with lighting emerald writing on it so i wanted to be as reciprocal as possible and not a dictatorship if if that could win that and it's a tool. Don't try to step on anybody's toes or anything. I just wanna be clear that. I will put as much of this into it as they won't return. Yeah absolutely i get. And i'm gonna punch upon a few things in your filmography. I really love it. Why did they use for stranger. Things season three. The last two episodes are absolutely phenomenal. Why do they use to cinematographers. That season is there a reason. I wonder is it. Yeah so it's because it's so big that it works is you tend to you block things but so it was team odds lot in seasons rate and It's literally it would be because all would work without the directors and those blocks as well so You kind of prepping and shooting prepping shooting the whole time if that makes sense and the only way that really works is if he changed the director of the day and the day pay it. So it's the same production on set. Dick's i'm signed camera. Operators that groups thank gaps etc. Cut but it's like shut block. One team would be shooting episodes. Wanted to While i would be prepping with sean lady and to joins i i d block to which was episode trained pool which had its level of complexity in a like one episode. Pretty much happens at night during an electric stove so with that comes older logistics of Ryan towelettes and lightning and all that stuff which before was shooting at the same time it would just be impossible to be able to have those meetings and do those location scouts etc. So that's why they do that. Why gotcha just just to the production rolling rather than having to stop and prep. And then that makes yup. And i'm sure there are many things with this next question but if you had just one on tell me one thing that you really love about what the duffer brothers do. Just one thing. That's great about working for them. I and i'm sure there's many true that really they know the genre so well They love just logged that that style of filmmaking in that era old joan competent risk moviemaking on i just just like hundred percent unit and i do love how they This that really pushed like the element of nostalgia with the show. And there's a lot of like on trainspotting moments in there with a lot of subtle you know tips for the cap to the movies with her true characters costing or locations and stuff like that. But i'm there. They're very very good at moving. The camera which was really interesting to me. I didn't realize how good they were until we started working together about designing really really intricate Fifty foot ten or crying shots which we had like literally almost every day We'd have fifty co eds. Just starting and handing off to people and lincoln shots would sham. Which i really like good really developing shots. I think yet and speaking of developing shots really creative shot you had was asking david arbor to use a flashlight as the only source of light is that is data. Is that boy. That's would you consider that a risky. Movers that's something that was calculated in your in. You really kind of saw the end of in how that could play out. It was a method risk And i had to read is on the flashlight. Because i need it. I had to get certain amount of apple format. He was going to rely on. Also like kevin shoe how to work. Because i was really which. I'm sorry Really and with that was really kind of prescriptive about how i needed him to to act. Really that saying in order to illuminate himself and show us room. Which i don't like doing because i like to get back to as much freedom. It's possible that he was really great with it. And then later that happy accident which was the shadow of the ghanem door when he calls it and all that sort of stuff which was really fun but Yeah it was a massive risk. Had the city campbell pride wrapped in muslin as well said. Whenever he'd flash up towards lends he would get a bit of a bounce back on him so that i could seem a little bit but it's one of those things where it's like you're underground in a place that has no power in the story. Sounds like whereas the light coming from. And i do you know what i mean of like to know where it's coming from to help make sense to me is audience member so that was a. That was a tricky one. Remember having a lot of discussions with mccaffrey about that. And then crossing my fingers when we shot it very very creative very excited for season for. I have to tell you. I wanted to touch on on on hunt for the wilder people at i mean from this beautiful when the movie opens you see this beautiful landscape on fold to a it just an absolutely insane car chasing. I absolutely adore this movie. What makes type a little bit. What makes take a little bit different in my opinion is there's not somebody that's director that can act as good as he can. Afflict might be in that. Clint eastwood might be there. But there's not many others right. He he he gets. He gets it from both points. What am i kind of ask you the same thing with the duffers. What's one thing you really love about about taika. I think he's a really smart. You'll make and i think he's approach to stories is Is unlike most other directors working at the moment and like the biggest thing that hundred. Budapest taught me a lot about making a film for an audience. In a way that i hadn't really noticed before in the some of the projects that i've done you know because it was sometimes it's like to be smaller and art house in creating a mutually exclusive with being accessible to a large amount of people if that makes sense ability to be able to and i don't wanna say commercial or anything like that but it's like i just think in a way that you know things like pixar films do they make them cross generational so that six sixteen and a sixty year old can can awake. We get something out of the movie on different levels. I think he's brilliant at doing that. Yeah and how for the widow put what was one of those films that are really taught me a lot about.

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"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Film making sense. It'd be just come on down very easily. Yeah and you put yourself in a tough situation. I i would agree e earlier. You mentioned that your parents are both in the field How does that work right. So do they give you compliments to a assuming. Both of your parents are still with us. I don't know what i don't I got out of the my mom very early on that. She become a drama teacher. And my my dad out. When i was maybe sixteen or so. We moved up to sydney in he moved into into microsoft in the end the embryonic days of the internet so he kind of had complete like he went like super corporate and went completely away from the film restrict eventually gave him. The shit's got sick of not having hijacked. Do they offer like compliments suggestions because they granted they went to they. They got of the field but they still you know there. I would assume that other stuff you know. Do they ask. Do they offer you suggestions or compliments and look at your projects. This is something that they tell you. What's that report like. I don't i think every now and then with men about stuff like that. But i'm on road so much and i'm so like my she was so out of whack that i tend to. We tend to be ships in the nod a little bit these days. But i'm but definitely speak to my mom and dad. She's very complimentary. Which is very it's lovely. It's very sweet actually so not so much with mahlmann anymore. Because i'm he's just doing his own thing. So am i. But but yeah. When i first started there was definitely a lot of men and men and fathers have ten different attitudes towards how much advised. They're willing to type. So i'm just a little bit more stubborn than i should have been all could have been whatever but but yeah every now and then. Yeah yes so. We're gonna get somebody who work professionally which is for me Breathtaking is an accurate word for me. Let me ask you so professional. You're you're clearly invested your work but what about as a viewer. I don't wanna say fan because that takes professional part of it. That's fine okay at the love. Love to make movies are you. Are you ever invested in a a character a scene almost to the point where you also have to not realize where you are. That's over the top but you know you're so invested in what you're seeing. Because i mentioned your project at the beginning. I mean it was just some pretty profound projects with some wonderful actors and director attached to those. So are there moments like that for you pretty spectacular absolutely sort of paint yourself. I remember when i first started shooting stranger things about two weeks to stop smiling pasta about remember. Doing you have never done a television show before now. Doing the biggest tv show in the world. You know how to work. But that's the thing. I don't think you can ever take anything for granted. And i do. Yeah i'm a lover of domes on a lover rulemaking process. It's never it's never lost especially coming from where i'm from in our part of the world. It's always bain. you know. it's always been a dream to work on largest gal projects that are personally would like to go and see as a though mica to do you know what i mean. I'm just like something big big site. That's why autumn. I'm always. I'm always interested in doing a combination of indie films. And maybe some 'lajja product on studio projects and just keeping it keeping as close as possible because there's always something that you learn out of each project but but but yeah like are shooting. I always all pride. I camera well with the exception of stranger things just because it's big in their semi logistics to But The last film. I did talk was starring michael bender and cells operating camera with Who's arguably one of the greatest Degeneration remarkably siege channel is such a long time and Yet so yeah. I definitely have moments of phantom on special definitely. Yeah i wanna touch on it. They come back to this. So you're talking about for those listening. Next goal wins which is a it was based on a documentary to american samoa. Worst world cup loss industry to australia. Who thirty one thing. What can you say about that. You mentioned the great actors that are in it one. Can you say about. This is because i'm trying to picture tyke on how he would approach this. Is it a comedy. Is it a feel good story because it was it was done before. Kovin if i if i have that correct yeah. We shut that in hawaii. The end of twenty nine okay. What are you allowed to say about that. As far as what kind of movie. It is or idle. I'm not probably not allowed to say very much at the moment but it is. I mean the one of the talk is great attribute. i think she's ability to to balance. Happy sad you know. And that's what one of the things. I love about almost all of his movies instead. They finally something serious. But it's but it's approached in a light-hearted comical y in his ability to to bounce between the two within the film i think is almost unparalleled with a lot of directors working at the moment So there's i guess there's a little bit of that but it's I wish i could tell you. I'm nervous to tell you more. No don't say anything but it's one hundred four offline And it's great and it's it's really really enjoyable. Yeah and you mentioned your eclectic filmography which are which you absolutely nailed. Let me ask you. So you're poor with director seems to be very positive with with all your projects but other situations where your vision might be a little bit different than the directors because i feel like you put the relationship with the director at the top of your list i get up but are there situations where like with your vision and your cinematography and all the great work you've done in disagreement ever on what division should be. I mean obviously. The director take precedent. But i would. I would think if i bring you onto my film. I see you know what you have the vision here. Take the reins and do what you have to do. I mean obviously would have input but what happens in that case like with that type of a disagreement but different ideas revision. Well it's i guess. I used that quote mathematical equation. Before it's like i feel like that wins with how you cover seen as well. It's like it's it's completely subjective. And so our. I talk.

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"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"It was so diverse and so interesting that will regret bags and reprobates but but everybody has a genuinely lovely approach to To buy did and and had all had very douglas outlooks on life and a bit. Leo wasn't that philanthropic about anything. When i was eight under remember. I remember how diverse everything was and how much everybody put into what i did because everybody essentially seem to really genuinely love their job and i don't know whether or not it was that specifically just the fact that it's so interesting it's epa changing but the that was one of the things always glued to it as far as getting my dad at work. I guess i didn't. I'm always kind of liked the boss's son right so like you get like a particular kind of treatment that only the boss assembled get so i do take the then nazis toward me with a grant assault but but i do remember them being being very lovely towards the but it was interesting to see how the even the filmmaking industries such a collaborative process still is sort of like an an element of dictatorship about about the process in the kind of has to be a hierarchy in order that in ultimately one person has to be responsible for everything for us. The border gets too muddied so that was interesting watching mile men kind of command spice in that point of why and did take me a lot about values. I suppose in respect themselves and respect for the people i guess. It's really wilson in before we get to your path. There's something that they want to throw in there. I've heard you on multiple interviews. Give a piece of advice. That i find as a podcast or that i can use and i'm going to start using it because it's basically for those listening it's a Don't compare yourself to others. Because i do 'cause i find personally that lackland Descent into madness. Because your tail. Yes yes up into leather there and talk yourself into or out of just about anything on those around you and then levels of success compared to yours is just not worth it. Is that something that you had to learn on your own or is it something. Yeah yeah it was. I used to do that a lot when i was younger. Because i don't think anybody can have a sense of entitlement about anything. I think everything has to be earned or deserved the ticket. And i think that you will do the best work and people will respect you more but yeah our members Specifically growing up in a straight. Because i was growing up in a pool of like amazing cinematography was may and greg frazier and democra- poll or you're not lots of us working with similar people at the same time And our member I guess being envious times and thinking that you know all all you need is all i needed. Was that one shot and just show everybody to do it. And then i'll be away but but eventually i think that's that's probably the most beneficial pace that boss if you know if anybody's interested in listening to anything outside particularly when you go along in this path is the i think that's that's something to really hold onto as you can indefinitely self alive really quickly if you want to. That's really well said something really hit home with me. You know you attend but don't finish your hope. I have that part right. And i think you were rejected at film school at twenty. Is that correct to lackland. Yeah at twenty twenty one or something like that. Yeah so is there was a really situation. So which i didn't really understand because like you work it. You don't have enough work on your real awful. Isn't that the whole point of during your ultimate catch. Twenty two situation that i didn't know how to get out of it. It's like you need to work to get the real but you need to get the work. Yeah right is there a part. Is that go down. Yes i totally agree. And you don't strike me as kind of person but is there a part of you that when you look at what you've accomplished that wants to. I don't wanna say stick it to people because it's too blunt but is there a part of you that's like you know here. I am I is there any part of that that exists. Think so no. I don't think so. I'm still very grateful. And there's still a lot to learn. And i still think i'm going to help a lot to do so. I know it's like. I don't think it's worth carrying around cheap on your show where lock that Just to stick it to the man at the end proved them wrong. Just that you can do that. Humbly and your own white without acknowledging that people might take on my note but yeah not a short answers. The and i guess i could probably be contribute to your that. Go along with your advice of of not appearing yourself to others just kind of in that same vein right that that that that comes from an angry place i guess right to tag so yeah yeah resentment and this is something that you have to let that stop car Just so you're mitchell health and your general health and wellbeing and you have this this you start off at becoming a camera assistant twenty because i did interview before this one and the actor was talking about how he would do anything. Extra work or read voluntarily for theater production. That's kind of. I feel like the path you went down right camera assistant talk about early on because you know what a lot of people's aw rejected from film school. It didn't work out for me and that's it that's it to but thankfully there are people like you. That are resilient and just talk about the plan. Look like for you. I guess. I guess. I didn't really have a plan. Bay on knew what i wanted to do with this just had to find a way to do it But but it's like when people do ask me every now and then it's like on a film student or not a what advice you have in this distant workout. It's essentially conversation. We're having now just i. It's like it. The ministry such as sifting process in the sense that it really like depending on how far you want to go it really does come down to your perseverance. And there's always another way to get there. There's not there's not a right or wrong a mathematical equation for anybody. Regardless of being an actor director there there are multiple avenues. And it just comes down to your own determination in brazilians and passionate. I guess at just trying to not change your mind along along the weinstein coast despite setbacks. I mean it's the same any professional sports coasts or anything like that. It's all such mental component to To what can be a really difficult industry. Get into particularly now. The convince such high demand and high interest in it and filmmaking accessible now like when i started it was all filmon hard costs if you wanted to shoot something on your own whereas now it's much easier to get a very good quality image for relatively inexpensive price and edited on your laptop or your friends laptop. Whatever news As far as getting off your own back in creating your own content. It's much easier now than i think it was when when i was starting out but but yeah i think if you get knocked down. It's like you that. I personally think that there will always. There are always options. You always have options and the easiest way would be to just stay down versus what you did get up and just keep going forward and just keep pursue. Yeah yeah that's really well said so one of the things. I also read about you and you strike me as this type of person was. You're not afraid or you as you go along even today. I would suppose you're not afraid to ask for help. Because they're bright their pri- gets in the way they don't want to sound like they're not doing so they don't ask for help when it's actually the worst thing that could probably do right absolutely one hundred percent i. I'm a firm believer in that. I just don't yeah the other any point fearing knowledge and putting your hand up when you don't necessarily know a show have said this before that that's why you need to try and surround yourself with people abed again you. It was well but those are the ones that are going to That you lean on win over sunday comfortable situation that perhaps you haven't come across before and you don't have A way out of it and then you can ask your opinion. And i think the most dangerous thing is is pretending. You know something when you don't because it's kind of living aligned you despite that you should be so pop very easily in a much more respect respect for people that they handed than those that died dining conflict bluff white through it and that a works out. Yeah that goes especially into.

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"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"Lackland milner is a gifted cinematographer. Who is absolutely breathtaking. Work includes stranger things hunt for the wilder people in the fabulous minority lack. Thank you so much for your time today. Pleasure has sparked debate here so you come from. I want to say that the town you came from correctly is it allied. Is that correct at like. It's close satellite out which is the capital capital city of south australia. That's all ball anyway. So how long do you spend the before you ended up making your way sydney. I think it was there..

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"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"The need when y'all tonia. Gb zhang shock under. What a wonderful day to be in the house of the lord here with us for the first time please stand what a beautiful family glad. You're here daddy. Look that new far. He thinks good. Don't they try new goods like grandma. Canada goodall kirby off or loop. Grimace man it'd be sort of tumbled. Bob oh go ahead and the cornea learning into definitely nile. Who keep go under ankle. Define water somewhere web homes marzio shepherd. Pretty keep woj in the wild west world of podcasting. There is one podcast that is authentic and genuine continues to stand tall and its originality based on a passion for his guests.

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

"Content gets more is different. Networks different communities. And that's been that's been our advantage of the ads and stuff like that in future like. We're not decide. We're not doing piedad's because we're we're we're going to be doing everything i think so. Yeah yes it's just a matter of time so for we get into some rapid fire questions were what are you guys we. She got asked more from people who wish we us. What do you wish you could talk about more the room for in the podcast to ask questions. You might think we'd sort of tired. The cool thing is like we actually ask questions that we actually need. Help with something all i really like. How do you do that. Yeah i think the cool thing about having a carseat aren't we can. You can do whatever you want. You can ask any topic. It's your show. You can ask any question you want. It's euro consumed in in the world of business. We're running your business. We're doing a business podcast. It's like this is fuck of lovato westport. Yes a good one. Yeah we both love footy and sheets are but like no one really wants to hear about how you feel about. How you feel about this arkan particularly. Afl media is fucking boring and it's gonna change it's depressing to yeah and the y honestly think the white commentators talk about. It's just weird. It's also negative and they pump up but it's such a brutal industry you've been in a just you know we got friends and co like cousin role of doggies and and you just you say some of the stuff that she's stringent systemic issues that come out through that a lot of people end up. I think you look at the top of the day. The in the food industry specifically who the transition into meteorologist or transition into club rawls. That development coaches their assistant coaches. They working company admin one ever and most people get those opportunities a foodie heads or looking for someone who's been through the system that may luck foodie. Yeah yeah. I think that's a really difficult getting when you see these. People and mental health comes the forefront of everything. That's going on. But i think that i've experienced coming out of the the system. A lot of people struggle with that essentially before that personal identity south all that sort of stuff and you see it projected in the country where people might have had issues themselves and they talk about some porn on your block at that has a mistake in their writing lock. You shouldn't be on a list cadence pizzazz and other stuff going. It's more like he's taking it serious. It's the toll. Poppy syndrome thing. It's the boys club shit. I don't think all out free but height that pot which mainly opinion. It's not anything factual i love. The sort of data analysts that have come out of the nfl world in the last couple of years..

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"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

"Which is normally just to kick off top thing. And then it's managed by julia and lauren that that's an hour to awake with a new client adds up over time if you have a couple of on boarding then the podcasts. At podcast research takes a couple of hours on top of what jacob does so. How do i do it. I'm going to bed at one. Am every day at the moment. Just rock up at and is coming to this beautiful books and get a gun. I'm just fucking exhausted. Yeah i'm looking forward to the meriva. Different thinking it'll help with that. If you guys think i if you would come back in here threes from now we have another coffee. Happy with how life is looking. What's happened to make you happy. Whoo all to be honest are never really think too. Far headlock i honestly think up to christmas. Now that's sort of where my head's i've never been one to sit on now. It's weird because a lot of people say the long term goals and stuff about i think everything moves so quickly and things change. all the. Tom saw just christmas. I think so But suppose supposing. Threes tom i just wanna be fine. Control relationships. Good making sure businesses. Good making sure you just as if it's something similar today so i'm talking stocked..

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"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

"Business let's talk about that. So there's sort of this in-between period. You guys finished with are being twenty. Nineteen lucky. You're running your and digital agency. Be working in agile. A few different organizations obviously like a lot of smart young entrepreneurs. There's gonna be some sort of burning need to do something in this case. The podcast arrived Twenty twenty there was a lot of people doing podcasts. Particularly during lockdowns who. I'm gonna start a podcast. Whoa what was it. The utilized thought funny. Business could offer the different yuga when we think about it. He's like are actually. Remember how we had the idea for the podcast. I mean i'm a big fan jargon and stuff like a little people always. I'll just be fan. The conversationalist talking to you jodi sar I dunno. I think we had a lot of thomas as slaves and to be honest. Like all's in tech recruitments are off fillets it'd be good to just make people who are in business in the tech space and we can bryan and we've we've got a few friends like nick. Paul sue was your mentor. Brought you on a four sixty degrees and got you involved in that spicer. We had him. I thought we had team o'sullivan portuguese for we. We had the free version. So these stupid is every forty minutes. We have to end the session. And he's a friend friends. Sorry we ten minutes to not always. But we've we've done. Yeah think for me. It was more the lane whose only meant to be a link teen project really to be on us And we had the tom and they're all of a sudden people started Given us favor. I really love that. And it sorta spurs you wanna been like fuck this is probably bigger than what we thought. and then so it gives that motivation to keep going and now it's like these. Crises opened up so many doors and heartfully helps helps and people saying people in the community. Now we're not even token to them really. I mean they're talking to each other and help each other with jobs and this is unreal. Love to say that wouldn't do you. Guys think of sort of really kicked off. Because i found you guys via erica. Because i need to erica soul. She shared about you her interview with uganda's. When was the moment when you go. You thought you know you have these times like nick and others where you having to cut the interview short. Jump onto another zoom cole. Where did you okay talked. We've got something here to be honest. We didn't really are..

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"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

"This is going back in two thousand seventeen and we had. I think we had the some of the staff traveling on instagram page. We have thirty thousand is every week on instagram page. And then we run out of fucking money because we couldn't buy. We had all the stock and saw coming faulty. And then we'll i. We'll look at gun. Thinking like brand was massive. It's just made him run out of garage and i it was real baptism of fallout. Learn by doing stop thing. Get it up and deal with all the sheet learn how to do all the processes and all the shit that would happen to go through it and then learned the hard. Why because yeah coming from like we're not it's not like we have people to bail out we we. We don't have endless cash supplies. We've we both had jobs this but we own. You wasn't gonna end there and then from there. It was more like we started. Say digital made your agency or whatever and that was just like small business service where we go into the sasha strategy and stuff and then we would just like testing the waters there and saying. We'll just catching out randomly with cafe owners and just seeing what i wanted and we've never really stopped. We stopped because the door on that we actually sold it on facebook marketplace. The business To i think he was a bouncer. Kittens also allowed to strip joint and they took them all to nigeria. Yeah it was great as well. Yeah it's crazy so i'm reading it. I think it was a joke now. It's legit. he turned off and he had his fucking e fines easiest black suit and he was like he's looking at fuck. I leave at this way..

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"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

"You saved a fuck leading money. We got married in april of this year so when covered a really becoming a thing in lie march. I said olette moving because women to get married. Tuggle of twenty twenty. I was just like this is not happening now. This is not going to do you remember when it was all sat and a happen. You watching the news in our member before it's sorta. Oh it was like a wake before. I was freaking out a little bit. I was like this is much bigger than off. Because i didn't really look at it. I'll just sort of more about sort of used up all that anxiety early. I think and then it was like to go to work. You know actually my brian to use saw get. How do we fix this. You know what i mean like. How do we make this better for us in a better situation but it was pretty scary. It's still is yeah. I think it's we the looking back in hindsight like jamila. This time loss remember specifically sitting down awaken would just involve assume colts like. It's it was such a different time in the setup we had has really like. We did that because of covered. It's it's done really well for us just from doing sales meetings all doing interviews online. It's allowed to do. I guess one thing covered did under you guys would agree with this is that we have this athos of like he could only do interviews in person hold mainly in person fact that change big time yes of it every i think now people don't have to travel as much like the other than have to get on. You know thirty forty a year to get my job done. I can just sorta log in but you lose things on that as well. Yeah yeah it's it's hard. It's a hard one. There's always a you love. You are talking about this. I think this is funny. Because talking about kendra interview remarked. That's how we started what we're doing. I like apple cosmo. Everything started for remote. I don't the shittiest fucking. Usb locker finally plugged into the different thing lock was even though his father made his around the corner. We still allow each other's houses. So we're on zoom kohl's just zoom fatigue real there. Oh yeah however it now. I think that the the novelty of being on at harm all the time on the screens coal. After colle i think people cry of human connection and people really in order to make things happen to make it feel really real. It's it's a lot easier to do that in person. Yeah it was thin. Pretty fucking quick agree with that. I guess we were him before downstairs around offices in stuff like that. When you guys daydream about where you'll shawny spanking brand new office would be. Where would you guys open an office. would you do in melbourne. What would you do it ran. Tocchet night we go. We go and draymond draws nearly every single day. We'll go we'll go to the gotta shall we pick up a we'll get a Maybe a little snack chicken strips and draymond drive and we'll look through the business park into okay. Is it colder west business park or it's a business park business park business park. Artian bronze zilly zilly bites. Yeah skin-care skincare and there's always really cool brands in this little pocket in factory sort of area. I'm we just go through there..

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"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

"In the in the hat doing ever stryer competing is lost when there was was in a Like now we wanted to move down. We we buy throughout like lock was. We're both from the west side of melvin locking in jakarta and many essence would area and my down to talk as for us. This is just standard lease. Yeah we'll all moved like you went down at the start of two thousand and twenty euros said on that and then wade sorta come down to say you gauze just hanging out and we walk we move to so may mommy says tiles moved down two days before the second big. Melvin locked down and we'll lucky enough to get a really cool house in a really cool spot like pretty much around the corner from your joints are yeah when people say like to surf caused podcast and all that it feels a bit uneasy. Filmmakers all just sort of comes on like a local or a rat or anything like that but on. I think i'll be moving anytime soon. It's the familiar. It's the best place in the world interesting community so yeah yeah the papal intact and old as soda pop up because especially spies with kevin. Everything has just been a you know. Everything's changed now communities different Starts to be around. People like for us moving down there and going. Let's go do something creative. We started the podcast. That was really thought cash legs. I guess our legs while we're down there and meeting all the different people in the community who Like doing things and you think like if you're doing something in a radio community you have to be pretty innovative to get your ideas off the ground. You have to be doing something most of them yesterday. Yesterday's the coffee shops and do things that the local community but if you've got a cool businesses and there's lot of history on the surf brands of raquel and quicksilver others if you real interesting brands that growing now at the moment as mentioned just the amount of like interesting people with interesting ideas now. That is a normal thing yet. Starting to open up is it's cool to watch. You can't be fluffing around too much when you down in those areas as well because you know to attract talent you've got to be doing something interesting one hundred but it's a one win. That lockdown came into effect was talking along was that can compass that areas will. Yeah but not as much as melbourne. Obviously it was weird because family and friends living album. You know we've got a few friends up in the car ever on each other. Because they're in the right is but wait the bring a steal whatever while we could go out. We still have to wear moss. We had a lot more freedoms and privileges but we couldn't say family and stuff so it was a different kind of ma hajji postpones. Yeah we spend a lot of men you spend a lotta time together by how much time we didn't get to get like poor osceola family and shit because they were outside the bubble of what was was. We told us very weird as you handle it Honestly i spent most funny money. The government gave to us on improving the business and like just put my head down and focusing on like it's all you could do if i think about life back then it was a very different..

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"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Uncommon

"So you've had are being cut and get into funny business in a moment. What are you guys learned from working shovel. All everything i mean are being off you like when people say the podcast and all this stuff. It's like it all started with. Ibm code with. I think you'll want to come with the audio. Maybe she'd tell the story. I think i was like we saw like slides We wear mode is still causing this law. Australia on there was. it wasn't anyway so we quote associates. Fist laws company. We went hotspot. Had an armani would just we underestimated what how much cash it would take to run a business at the sky. We tried to do it at fucking. We launched with these crazy influence. A campaign like this going back in two thousand seventeen and we had we had the some of the stats are having on instagram page. We have thirty. Thousand is every week on instagram. Page no no ads and then we ran out of fucking money because we couldn't buy like we had all the stock and sell come coming faulty and then we'll we'll look at us than gun thinking like this brand was massive just made him running out of garage and i it was real like baptism of fallout. Learn by doing stop thing. Get it up and deal with all the sheet learn how to do all the processes and all the shit that would happen go through it and then learn the hot y because yeah coming from like so. It's not like we have people to bail us out we. We don't have endless cash supplies. We've we both had jobs. Muscled thing this but we own. You wasn't going to end there. And then from there. It was morlock we started say digital made your agency or whatever and that was just like small business service where we go into the sasha's strategy and stuff and we were just like testing the waters air and saying we'll just catching out randomly with cafe and just saying what i wanted and we've never really stopped. We stopped because the door on that we actually sold it on facebook marketplace. The business To i think he was a bouncer. Kittens allowed to strip joint eighty. Took them all to Nigeria yeah it was as yet. It's crazy. I remember reading that. I think it was a joke now. It's legit. he turned up and he had his had fucking e fines easiest league black and he was like he's looking at at least at. This house was at the time was the third unit down this block and he come down and had always boys in the car and we just had boxes of these things garage and he's looking at may and negotiating she's gonna tackle the stock for and things we just we let you decision to. It was going to be more time to try and sell them than it was to dislodge him. It was time to move on and do something else so we might a conscious decision. We could sell more and kept slugging it out but we not file foss. We lent fast and we decided that this is not going to be a business that we can run with the ambitions that we had without any cash brand there was no real brand and i feel like we just flipped it down the opposite thing. Now we didn't really think about what we got. A great product will give it to people. And it'll be good. It's like no you need to stand for something. They mold and wolton that to community. And that's what we're fighting minutes. So we made a conscious decision from diwan to do it completely different and have all the things up as slaves that we haven't even saw today comes by shit but we will. Yeah yeah. i think that that first businesses aways useful. Because like i remember. Waste out of one of his arguing with my dad about it the other day. It was just like a car. It was like sort of canvas like design and sort of spec out like an mvp of your business known use it spend like i think i'm pretty sure. We spent ten grand on putting it together with the developer. Absolute waste money. Bond told us oh fucking much about you guys would have had this with with are being you know. It teaches you about launch. It teaches you about getting people to use a product market fit actual conversions by the so many things that wages missed then when eventually got into the digital marketing. Space it's it really really helped. Yeah like just for having conversations with people like i could say to someone. If you don't do this you will fail you. Don't say it from a theory point of view like you veterdata book. You read you saying it from an experienced board of you because you've lived in action on it felt to and i've actually seen many clients. Many people do a similar thing so often find that fun of ray. Actually the first time someone starts a business that does well. You guys would agree with that but the people who have interviewed it's always done something beforehand. That sort just didn't want you know do it. One hit wonders ray. You know what i mean like. It's hard to vary rare. It's hard to just hit a home. Run with your first shot. You know what i mean like. It does happen but it's not really that's not really reality and that's the best part about doing a 'cause because sometimes you get people come on and say everything's hunky dory and these audrey these. I'll wake up at these time. And this is what i do about. The i think the real stuff is the challenges in the sheep. And it's fucking hard to do stuff you know so it's chatting about the hadi's what makes it so. How long did you guys to realize that i being carried. it wasn't gonna work and you dislike. I've had enough. It was a record. It was maybe six annoy months off launch yet. And how many units do salt while we don close to four thousand units s lauds and like. We didn't have any other souls and sheet. How weeds also which does seem sports in shop. W. i queensland youth wiles store and taxi we were stuck in like. We didn't have swing tags and we didn't like now love love love coming round win. I don't know how it looked on the shelf coming back when you look back. What you've done different. If you could redo the business. I would have had to not start if we wanted to start something that saws. It would be with an understanding that you need. It's like product development cycle like more proxy. Coming down the in the roadmap that you can do ready to gar- you need more money to a launch things if you're in around and try and scallon at that point darn bus chapels thousand dollars. Aud just really didn't want to do that. I want to do this fucking. We looked at each to be fucking shoes. Yeah but like. I said like it was the branding the more you learn and uncover about all. This is like a. We'd want to do it this way. Now yeah that's yeah. I always think back on things. Like how could you have done differently with the same amount of money. Yeah yeah. That's always fun to brian and friends and stuff. You always say that you've got something else that you've got another new thing that you do so you know what i mean like i feel like some offerings. It'd just be like well and family just like the arguments have with my dad. The other not like he was just he he for some reason because he lent me five grand for that original business. That was a cold it was called startup. Love such a fucking stupid thing. And he was like because i was going through floor plans with him and he just couldn't wrap his head around. We'd move pasta. That shit like that was like five years ago and it was. That was a weird experience anyway. Have you paid the five grand back. 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"lachlan" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

The Cinematography Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

"You have neuro board sierra reflective boards. You got all kinds of kinds of shiny stuff that reflects the sunlight and say we've got tons of them and i said it's a blue sky out that his son is out to. It's going to be out for another six or seven hours. All the mirror boards all reflective words anything that reflects light and so they put them outside the windows. Aim them in. We did our scenes and and they look fantastic where. I needed a little phil. Just take one of the mira boards and bounce them of a white board or something a little phil and it was contrast the and even to producers called me the next day when the days man how did you do. That looked incredible. You know all at hard light or so dramatic. If i had used a big hmo is it would have looked like i say boring but like anybody else would light it and next. We have lachlan millie. And he's talks about shooting the critically acclaimed and amazing and actual oscar winning film minority. Check it out. Probably my most recent version of things that never go wrong film history. Going wrong was last year and it was on film that's very scheduling to me. Film called monari and isaac. Forgive me for saying this but we were doing some of the traveling stuff in the the families picture vehicle throughout tulsa. And so we were. We'll shooting two thousand nineteen tulsa four nine hundred ninety three tulsa with zero production.

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"lachlan" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"lachlan" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"It's july fourteenth best. Deal day in france to mark the occasion. Here's a controversial song reviled. Even when it came out more than four decades ago he first gold record sarraj borg so obviously not everyone france eight of it. This is os arm cetera iraq. Sports blase riff on the french national anthem. The marseillaise recorded in kingston jamaica with the best video musicians money could buy at the time. Some france of the song was a profanity against everything they hold. Sacred ginsburg was inspired by the sex pistols. God save the queen which came out in nineteen seventy seven the sex pistols intern were inspired by jimi hendrix's star spangled banner. Jimmy johnny bears. It all connects happy. Best deal. Maybe you took some something for our when super hard jess isn't hard enough file. Pro cyclists lachlan morton just finished all twenty one stages of the tour de france with his final apps. The sean zane paris. On a minute. I you say. That's not the normal thunder of applause at the finish line and the tour is over. The rest of the writers are still cycling. The french mountains this australian writer. He completed something arguably more impressive. It's called the all tour lachlan's ride included not only more than two thousand miles of the official tour. You also wrote the transfers between stages adding another thirteen hundred miles. Nbc sports caught up with land during his tour. Generally i'm doing close the three hundred kilometers each day. That's one hundred eighty six miles. Yeah when you take into account the way to the bike and the amount of altitude meters and makes i am very long days. No doubt the tour de france has already one of the hardest endurance contests on the planet. Why make it harder. Here's lackland again on nbc. With trying to celebrate the origins of the tour and rice in money for a good cause at the same time. And also. I think just to put me through help onto the final stage did not reflect that personal hell though to avoid traffic lackland finished up on tuesday rolling. Down the sean. A while paris was asleep then popped open.

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Designer Mossimo Giannulli released from California prison

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Designer Mossimo Giannulli released from California prison

"Designer must Emoji, a newly has been released from a California prison. He's at a halfway house outside of Los Angeles following his imprisonment for his role in a college admissions bribery scheme. He's married to former full House star lawyer Lachlan. She was released from prison in December after spending two months behind bars.

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"lachlan" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"lachlan" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"Lachlan looked up and saw they were in a quiet courtyard alongside a gentle bend of river. Some high elves were gathered on a thick leafy balcony laughing and drinking from bottles of purple glass. What are we doing here. Lachlan asked but he found he was alone. Harks was creeping forward nez e by her side. They were approaching a solitary cart with iron bars for walls and a padlocked door inside a large nest of rags and hey covered lumpy form. Lachlan looked from the high elves to the sneaking girls indecision gripping him part of him wanted to leave them to their scheme but he could already hear harks voice in his head little ninety nine too afraid to come along for an adventure or loom soared. He spat and then hurried after them. He found them ducking behind some barrels by the cart and crouched alongside look who decided to tag along. Harks whispered smiling. That smile unnerved lachlan. It reminded him of the way. His mother's cat would grin before she knocked a flag into the floor. What are we doing here. History nasty looking back and forth nervously. I thought we were just taking a walk. Harks you're going to get us in trouble. Lachlan looked at the elf. Girl and nodded approvingly. Isn't this the prison card that was with us. It is said.

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Lori Loughlin released after prison term in college scam

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin released after prison term in college scam

"Full house actor Lauren Laughlin has been released from prison after serving a two month sentence for her role in the college admissions bribery scheme I marches are a letter with the latest Lori Loughlin served your time at a federal lockup in Dublin California her husband fashion designer Mossimo Genouilly is serving five months at a prison outside Santa Barbara he's due to be released April seventeenth Lachlan NGN newly had insisted for years they were innocent before admitting it made that they paid half a million dollars to get their daughters into the university of southern California as recruits for the crew team neither girl was a rower nearly sixty people have been charged in the scheme

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Lori Loughlin released after prison term for college scam

Brian Mudd

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin released after prison term for college scam

"A short time ago. Actors Lori Laughlin, released from the from the prison today after serving time linked to a college admissions scandal. NBC's Ava Pilgrim has more. Lachlan was sentenced to two months in prison after pleading guilty for her her role role in in the the varsity varsity Blues Blues college college admission admission scandal. scandal. She She and and her her husband, husband, fashion fashion designer designer Massimo Massimo generally generally admitted admitted to to paying paying roughly roughly half half a a million million dollars dollars to to consultant consultant Rick Rick Singers Singers Foundation to get their daughters into USC now lock Lynn's husband, Massimo, will be released from a prison in April.

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Tu-whit tu-Whoo might be buying Wondery?

podnews

03:18 min | 2 years ago

Tu-whit tu-Whoo might be buying Wondery?

"Will wonder is new owner. The amazon the wall street journal in gadget report that talks going on valuing wandering around three hundred million dollars. It might all fall apart. Both apple and sony looked into buying the company last month the released version. Two point one of their podcast measurement technical guidelines for public comment. There's no change log so we've made one for you. There's some recommendations of user agent structure apple watch and a statement about ip version six. Brian bar letter from an ad tech newsletter sounds profitable is disappointed telling us at the press release absolutely overstates the promise of client confirmed ad plays ultimately fall short on all of its other goals spotify as large twenty twenty wraps for podcasters with a personal. Look at the data your podcast. You'll find it linked from the spotify for podcasters dashboard. Steve wilson has left apple podcasts to joined los angeles podcast network q code as chief strategy officer. Poltrak has published top. Us publishers for november. Iheart radio is still number. One wondering has jumped from sixth to fourth and incomplete rancor it measures participating publishes only congratulations to jim collison. Who celebrates ten years of home gadget geeks. Today there's a special live show tonight at nine pm eastern anchor powered more than one million show launches in two thousand and twenty. According to the verge spotify says anchor shows account for more consumption in terms of time spent listening than any other third party podcast hosting or distribution provider on its platform. Well specifies made a big jump in. Us app store charts over the past few days. Joe rogan became an exclusive show this week but it also coincides with the release of year in review. An algorithm can highly viral products. That is all to brag about. Excellent music taste. Spotify made a similar jump in app store rankings. Last year when they released here reviews well anyway. Investors liked what they saw all the stock jumped by twelve point six percent yesterday. Metronome is a new landing page for podcasts. Willing to an example today. Thomas g martin was a private investigator has investigated podcast booking agencies and things. They're all rubbish in response. Somebody called designed by creatives reckons. That thomas's article is nonsense. We don't have a horse in this race. Although a bit bored of the automated emails from people wanting to be a guest on this podcast. Which is you can notice. Doesn't do guests on the seventeen bucks a month plan which is always plan. Everyone gets private feeds. Everyone gets two hundred and fifty subscribers private subscribers. That's captivates mark. Asquith in portland. A new weekly podcast about the world of podcasting. Which don't today with some sethi and with me you'll find pod land in all of your regular podcast apps probably and in australia. Rupert murdoch's news corp has teamed up with lachlan murdoch's nova entertainment to produce a set of daily news headlines. Podcasts called news feeds editions for new south wales queensland south australia and victoria or you know the murdoch's control of the media is one concern of the media diversity inquiry so there's that to

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Mossimo Giannulli Begins Prison Sentence For Role In College Cheating Scandal, Los Angeles

Buck Sexton

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Mossimo Giannulli Begins Prison Sentence For Role In College Cheating Scandal, Los Angeles

"Is reported to prison to begin serving a five month sentence for his role in the college admissions cheating scandal Generally in his wife, Lori Laughlin admitted in May 2 paying half a million dollars to get their two daughters into the University of Southern California as crew recruits even though neither girl was a rower. Lachlan is already behind bars. Ah, U. S ally is

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Lori Loughlin begins prison sentence

Doug Stephan

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin begins prison sentence

"In quarantine, but definitely not at home. Former Full House star Lori Laughlin. She started her two month prison sentence over the weekend for her part in the varsity Blues College admission scam. For the two week Corona virus Quarantine in isolation. His ABC is Megan to reason. Lachlan is serving her time in the same Northern California prison as Felicity Huffman did both actresses charged in the college admission scandal. After she finishes her two months behind bars. Lachlan will likely begin her 100 hours of court mandated community service.

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Lori Loughlin begins prison sentence in college admissions scandal

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin begins prison sentence in college admissions scandal

"Today Today is is NBC's NBC's Aaron Aaron Carter Carter Ski Ski has has more more Lori Lori Laughlin Laughlin began began serving serving a a two two month month prison prison sentence sentence for for her her role role in in the the college college admissions admissions cheating cheating scheme. scheme. She She wasn't wasn't due due to to report report to to prison prison until until next next month, month, but but prosecutors prosecutors agreed agreed she she could could begin, begin, sir. sir. In In her her time time sooner, sooner, provided provided she she does does not not seek seek early early release. release. Lachlan surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California after she pleaded guilty to paying abroad to get her daughter's into USC is recruits for the crew team. Her husband, fashion designer Moss Emoji, newly must serve a five month sentence. Wal Mart, reversing its decision to remove

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Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

The Adam Carolla Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

"Crew. She's a professor at George Washington University revealed she'd been lying about being black for years. She will no longer be teaching classes this semester a spokesperson for Gw you did not comment further requests not been returned for CNN the message from the Gw, you administration comes just one day after crew is a professor of African and Latin American Studies revealed. She was not a black woman that she had been passing herself off as for years instead she revealed she's white Jewish from Kansas. City and throughout her adult life there she goes Krug had masqueraded as North African African, American, and Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. was onto her ass years ago Roseanne Barr. She knew Oh. Yeah. That's right. Didn't know. Little yardstick. But how bad is racism in this country where half the people are trying to pass themselves. As. The hated race or not have to build. Those Cases of people trying to become a race that we allegedly hate and that doesn't seem. Not a great strategy. If in fact we are who we say we are well, it was funny because like I said August was the first person to send me this article and I got many after that and he made some joke like Oh must be a friend of Gina's well I said I it's not that big of a community. In Kansas City, I promise you I know someone who knows her psych I text, my best friend, my oldest friend from Kansas City and I said what's the deal that the name sounds familiar? Do We know her? Yes, she went to our synagogue she's so and so's niece She was a few years behind us to sit in front of us at snuggle. while. You Go. It's a small town in Kansas City. Now was she doing this in order to get a break I mean to get on the staff or to be able to teach these subjects credibly other thing too is kind of weird. It's like. I can listen to a guy speak about the civil war who didn't participate in the civil war needed to be reacting I'm old fashioned that way like I just feel like you can talk about Black Studies Chicano Studies. You may speak about that like you speak about any subject yes. Right. We're all you got CAESARIA coming on soon but like some of The best analysis about sports football regular are not from guys who played the game. You know what? I mean the best hitting coach Ted, Williams, the marginal hitting coach. You know what? I mean because it came. So naturally to him, I is the person who's studied it and really understand the science of hitting and that's why booger McFarland doesn't have a job. Exactly. Right I. Think you're right like. Is it the chicken or the egg? I would be shocked I mean, that would be a way bigger story if she felt like soul man like had to become this person to get this job than it would be like this undercover story and it would be totally different. This seems from just just a few paragraphs that this is she wanted to identify an Oh, I, would get a job doing this and she said I'm not a culture vulture I'm a culture leach. This kind of her may call. Yeah. Well. But if you think about it, if we live in a world where we're really getting granular about people's heritage and it turns out that you're kids got a better shot at getting into a better college if they have a little native American blood in them or little Hispanic or little something, it makes sense. A lot of people are going to be checking that box when they're filling stuff out like there's going to be. We are giving people in that. Arena that the college campus if we're saying. We are going to lower the admittance standards. If in fact you have a little this in your heritage. And your heritage or we may be hiring, but we're looking for somebody with this and their background and not that in the background. It stands to reason that a lot of people especially in the murky world of heritage are going to start fudging things right? Why? Why wouldn't you? I mean, what's so different about Laurie Lachlan out mean it's like going. Past. Kid off like half Cherokee Indian or something she probably would have would have done that. So I think we're going to see probably more of this. Well, she's no Elizabeth Warren.

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The Wylderwood

Stories Podcast

05:04 min | 2 years ago

The Wylderwood

"Skittered all over the GLADE. They're dead wood limbs rasping on every branch and stone. Nancy was afraid but she felt strong in the woods and surprised herself by screaming at the dross in defiance. These horrible little creatures were made of dead plants and dark sorcery and she had spent her whole life learning about. She focused on the nearest dross pointing her hand and bearing down with her mind when she tilted her fingers down Whitish Green routes burst from the bottom of the tangled body and burrowed into the dirt below another started to move forward even as leave sprouted from its shoulders and swallowed it up the other dross paused but more were coming out of the brush along the edge of the glade and then suddenly they stopped. Nessie felt a moment of relief and then a figure rose up out of the dirt. It was the young monk the same one who had battled the massive rhino tour kerosene. He strode forward his muscled arms forming into large pillars of earth and rock. GotTa. Bring you in he said casually. Just come easy now druid magic is strong but I'm it or arms and I'm the best there is. The monk lashed his long earth arms against the ground and Nessie stumbled as an earthquake rocked the area, a narrow crack zig-zagged across the glade reaching out and pulling the land apart the shaking threw her off her feet and adult brain. But he managed to lash out with a handful of brambles or arms blocked them with a pillar of mud, and then he thrust his hands down at the Earth directly beside him with a deep roar like some titanic beast, a wall of earth ripped itself free of the ground it rose and A. Giant. Rippling swell and crashed down towards Nessie like a tidal wave. She knew a half dozen spells that would help but it felt like she was moving through tree sap. The monk was so fast and she was just too slow the wave loomed above her roaring and raining gravel and then crashed down over her nasty thought she'd be crushed but the monk had better control than that. Instead she was gently buried trapped in Earth from the neck down, she tried to cast a spell and the earth only rumbled tighter squeezing out her breath. All right. Then Robert Said are you done? The earth grumbled and roared and started to swallow her up, and then there was a crack and a blast of heat and suddenly nasty was free a strong hand hers and then she was pulled out of the rubble and back to her feet. Heads up mud man said harks turning back to the monk we're just getting started. She shrugged her shoulders and her arms burst into blue flames from the shoulder down searing away her sleeves the air around her rippled with heat and or arms took a step back harks leaned forward and a lance of fire shot from her fists looking at the air like a serpent's tons. The monk was forced to throw up a wall of Earth to block it before dancing gracefully back. harks snarled and another and another. He tried to think of a spell to help her friend, but then another figure burst into the glade, it was that wicked pirate a razor sharp throwing acts already flying from her hand it spun and over end a blur of black and silver. In the Moonlight Nancy watched helplessly as it flew towards Harks who was throwing fire at the monk completely blind to the deadly act swirling towards her back nasty shut her eyes and heard the dull thunk then harks cried out Lachlan. Nessie, he opened her eyes again the squire was there. He had his back to harks the throwing axe buried deep in the wood of his shield or arms cartwheeled over to phyllis the pirate already throwing another acts this time. As she let it fly Nessie managed to grow some roots and trip her up and throw went wild. Nice. One said harks throwing a handful of members into the air over Lachlan Shoulder. Right. But we need to retreat said Lachlan and Nessie agreed they could hold them off if they work together but they lose in the end. And then the dross came swarming back. Hark screamed and waved a loose arc afire some of the draw scorched and shriveled, but more kept coming Lachlan added them away with his shield but then the monk knocked him sprawling with a fist of earth and failures grabbed him by the hair.

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Lori Loughlin and her husband are going to prison

Nightly Pop

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin and her husband are going to prison

"Lori Loughlin her husband Massimo are finally going to prison last week she was sentenced to two months while he got five months but we're not getting into all the newsies stuff. That's not what we do. Nightly Bob were show that focuses on what really matters. So we think they're actually going. Behind bars, I have some scenarios. Nina. Yup would you do in Laurie issues? Okay. Make a Shannon for intimidation or become your cellmates bitch to survive. Now, I'll know who bought to US question I, don't either. I don't either I and she's GonNa. Be in that kind of prison like I don't feel like she's going to be in the kind of person where she needs a shift like they're going to put her in like the most like she's GonNa take meeting classes and be laying on the law and Mike this is first of all she's not going to do the full sentence. will let out early for good behavior, and this is going to be like she's going to be taking pottery classes and stuff like that. So this is not won't be that type of time. She's not going to be in in there with murderers, but you know mean if I had to pick one obviously, I'll make sure. That was that was an easy one speaking of the time that she's going to spend in there. I think there should be a rule where if you're a celebrity, you can choose to spend five times. The sentence are given in that isolated cell with the knitting and HBO or Spend Three Days Gen pop as more Lachlan and see how you hold up, and then you're out after three days I think that that's a simple simple option. For. You. Should they snitch to get in good with the guards or keep their mouth shut it depends on how long if I wasn't in there for very long I'm snitch they're going to keep me safe for enough time. But if I'm going to be in there for a while, I'm GonNa make good with my cell. Lee's I'm GonNa go ahead and just be cool guy on the block. I'm GONNA try and stat of people's business make people laugh I'll work on my stand up you know anything right? Core Guy in prison you think that. Star well soon as they find out that like I know how to make good gluten free options for a lot of the food that they're eating case any of them have intolerances. Oh. That's That's my boy. If you're getting call Pentti in prison in England, well for you I promise you. Morgan we have one for you because. You know in the Lucas. So should they were able and contraband to keep up their Glam or let Go Oh I, mean, smuggle it all in. Are you kidding I mean the fact that we're doing this show under these conditions unacceptable contraband over the face Mascara Lip. Gloss Foundation I. Don't want any cheetos stains on this breakout I wanna like serious like Lori Al Care Package for sure. And just here's a piece of advice. Let your daughter go to community college

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Lori Loughlin and husband sentenced in college admissions scandal

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin and husband sentenced in college admissions scandal

"Steve Kastenbaum reports Full House actress Lori Laughlin learned her fate along with her husband in the college admissions bribery scam case, Lachlan will have to serve two months in prison and pay a fine of $150,000. She'll also have to serve 100 hours of community service. Her husband got a stiffer sentence. Five months and a $250,000

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Lori Loughlin and husband sentenced in college admissions scandal

Dave Ramsey

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin and husband sentenced in college admissions scandal

"Laughlin centers to prison time for her role in the college admissions cheating scandal. Lachlan Steel convicted on one conspiracy count. Calls for two months behind bars. $150,000 fine probation and community service boxes. Molly Line in Boston. Lachlan Fashion designer husband must emotionally was sentenced to five months in prison Joseph

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Loughlin, Giannulli to be Sentenced in College Bribery Plot in Boston Federal Court

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Loughlin, Giannulli to be Sentenced in College Bribery Plot in Boston Federal Court

"Actors Lori Laughlin and her husband are going to learn their punishment for their role in the college admissions cheating scandal. 17 months after her arrest, Lori Laughlin will face a judge by video conference to learn her sentence. Prosecutors recommended two months in prison. The defense made no recommendations submitted no statement of regret or letters of support to make an impression on the judge. Lachlan and her husband, who will be sent in separately paid a half million dollars to get their daughters into USC is fake crew recruits. Prosecutors said. They allow their Children to become complicity and coached a daughter to conceal the crime from her guidance counselor. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK On the final night of the

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Britney Spears' Ex-Husband Wants Her Back

Daily Pop

08:25 min | 2 years ago

Britney Spears' Ex-Husband Wants Her Back

"Events daily pop. Hey remember when Britney Spears married Jason Alexander for just fifty five hours. Well, he wants her back now. Yes. They're right. Jason was spotted at a free privy protests at the courthouse yesterday he told us weekly. He still has love for Britney and he'd quote definitely the open rekindling their romance quote if they would give us an honest chance. Is he serious right now old what is furious? Is this heat in? Los. Angeles put that photo backup with the orange shirts. I can see that under boop sweat real quick. You know how hot it is in this Place look at. That alone. Look better though. Her he looks good. But I just like what is this guy I mean he clearly has nothing going on like the fact that he's GonNa show up even just give us weekly any sort of exclusively come on. This was how many years ago twelve thirty claims that two thousand four was when this fifty five, our wedding are. happened. They were childhood friends they got married very briefly. Now they've been I think in touch a little bit throughout the years I doubt recently my goodness. So the things he had to say about Sam you guys San has to be so livid right now. Right. So he said I got to see this code and he said I don't know him. He looks like he's in good shape but I'm in good shape. So Bravo to him she's got some type of feelings for him I. Guess I'm like Oh, my Gosh San if he ever sees you, he's going to punch you in the face. He's never gonNA. See Him this guy ever not a factor in her life, and this is the problem. What happens is even though he went there with good intentions quote unquote this just makes everything that Brittany's fighting for a spectacle and it makes it joke and if he really loved her and really wanted to be a part of her life and really wanted to help her, he would have stayed away from that camera and not became this headline. One hundred percent, and also for him to be like if they gave us an honest chance, she doesn't want you like I. Don't know who they. Does not she has no interest in rekindling your relationship I. Promise you that I don't know where he gets off thinking. Oh, if they just would just believe in our love like she's not petitioning for you bro at all, she's not looking for you in any day. Ever Gosh tell it like it is mortgage. Ed I love the. If a man sit outside like that for me I would feel some type of way about it in the. Sweat It's always flattering, right? It's always flattering to see. Talk about how he wants you back I. Mean it's Nice to hear whether you care or not of. The protest was held at the courthouse because there was a hearing about getting Brittany's data removed as conservative as we told, you yesterday according to court documents I'm really wants her care manager Jody Montgomery to step in permanently. So Jason has thoughts on that to telling US weekly Britney doesn't want to be under the conservative ship and he wants her to get what she rightly deserves. So how does he? Oh, how does he know he has not been in contact with her is will be. Governed from ghost talking to this man talent him where Britney saying he has no idea and Britney has said exactly what she wants and this for him. This was kind of a bold move because this hearing wasn't about changing anything this hearing was about let's check in. Let's see what's happening. The real hearing will come once they file papers and once she puts in court writings that she wants this change. This guy's making it worse for her get off her bag they offer not it's just. Weird. Do you think the intention because he wants Brittany back or he wants his own fame or he just was truly going there out of love for Brittany, and truly feels that she feels trapped and was trying to be a voice for her? What do you think I can't believe this I can't believe this is our Abe. Block. Are you kidding he therapy for fifteen minutes and it's going to be four because this is the last time we're talking about this. This is insane person. We have not heard one word about this person in sixteen years six I'm too hot over this. Crazy. You'll get the fifty. He'll get the fifty because what will happen is Cara Delevingne will see him on the news noticing that he's getting airtime. So then she'll date him to make Ashley Benson Jealous, and then he'll get twenty minutes. Oh my God. We're bringing car delving into this way. Okay. Well, let's move onto a couple that we've also talked about a couple of times before. New Year. So Tomorrow Laurie Lachlan and her husband Massimo are scheduled to be sitting for their roles in the college admissions gets scandal at the same time. The government's recently filed sentencing memo raises questions about what their daughter Olivia Jade may have known. So here's the new stuff. You guys. So Libya is never mentioned by name in the document, but they're quote. Younger. Daughter is referred to specifically prosecutors say in one incident Laurie Mossy Ma and they're quote younger daughter discussed how to avoid the possibility that a high school counselor would disrupt their scheme. So the family has not spoken out, but a source close to the family says their daughters had nothing to do with this. So if what the prosecutors are saying is true. That Olivia Jay did know about this do you feel she should be punished as well as her parents? Here She did no I just hello even if she knew or did not know she is a child and was a minor at this point in her life. That age you do as your parents tell you to do you follow suit you. You'd even realize the difference between right and wrong I could barely drive through MC. At that point by myself, give me a break. There's no reason that this young girl should be punished for anything like I understand her parents made a mistake we've been talking about it when I was reading the research is warning I was like for over a year literally been talking about this now for over a year and it's dwindled down to two or three months and five months number one. The she was seventeen. Leave her out of it. It's not relevant for her to be involved with the fact that their names are mentioned I get it. They need to be to kind of paint a full picture you do what your parents, how you to do. This is how we're getting into college. Sweetie you go. Okay. Mom just let me know where I need to be et Cetera not true Morgan you do what your parents tell you to do but let's say let's say you've got some awful parents right? Like I'm not saying these people are saying you got some awful parents and they say honey were broke I want you to go steal some milk and some candy bars and some cereal, and you know what? Go ahead and grab that xbox to they won't even suspect you. You're a teenager just go do it. Okay. If they get caught that could go to Juvie or get some sort of legal. Question. So Matt Your question. Your mother. Makes you sign your name on legal documents that puts you as a as the lender on alone and your mother then defaults on it ten years later should be. Held Liable Harris of thousand dollar loan that your mother made you sign for when you're seventeen or would you fight it? Well that's different because you would never have hypothetical situation that happened in. Dollar Loan. Drill, trust. It happens on sweet bitter. I just saw show where it happened. So where do you bring up that example? I agree with Morgan when you're seventeen years old if my mother would have told me sign the papers for this D to my kidney I wouldn't have asked two questions about it because my mother told me. But my problem is. This is the problem my judicial system we're sitting here worried about what a seventeen year old may or may not have known meanwhile Brianna Taylor's killers walking around free and the people who accosted Eliza McLean have not been nothing has been done to them. We know exactly what happened. We've seen the camera footage we've gone through everything. Why are we focusing on this and not focusing on what we do know?

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