35 Burst results for "Laura Y"

At 101, She's Still Hauling Lobsters With No Plans to Stop

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 8 hrs ago

At 101, She's Still Hauling Lobsters With No Plans to Stop

"A one hundred one year old woman in Maine has no plans to stop hauling lobsters Virginia Oliver still faithfully tends to attract top Rockland Maine with her seventy eight year old son Maxwell I'm man the lobster and I made sure all then I put them in the king Oliver started trapping lobsters at the age of eight and these days she catches them using a boat that once belonged to her late husband and bears her own name the Virginia Oliver had worked at a printing plant Mary being nasty when he came on Monday and I have the dad will call the doctor went to Laura had said Monday it has an important role in Oliver had a brief scare a couple of years ago when a crab snapped her finger and she had to get seven stitches she won't let that stop her always down there from now on I might as well keep right on doing it I'm at Donahue

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Why Organizational Support Is Crucial for Working Moms Returning to the Workplace

The Workr Beeing Podcast

02:21 min | 15 hrs ago

Why Organizational Support Is Crucial for Working Moms Returning to the Workplace

"So this. Paper is called mothers re entry a relative contribution perspective of dual earner parents roles resources and outcomes and it was published in the academy management journal Very recently just came out. I believe it's a two twenty twenty one paper. And it's by laura little and courtney masterson and The paper basically takes a look at the importance of mothers being supported by their organizations. When they're coming back from attorney leave And one of the reasons that they focus on this time period and on mothers in particular is because after women. Leave the workforce to take maternity. Leave while it's a really nice break. from work responsibilities and allows them to focus holy. Or you know almost entirely on the family domain. It can be stressful. Figure out how then to reincorporate work into your life. Now that you've been spending time just focused on family. It can be stressful to anticipate what that returned to. Work is gonna look like and there are also some anticipated stressors that come from thinking through how your identity might play out. Were shift so there. Some research out there that looks at how pregnant women anticipate their identity shifts once they become working moms and that bat nine months of pregnancy is really a time period where people are thinking about. What's that gonna look like. And who am i and who do i wanna be. And how much do. I wanna put emphasis on on my work identity year my family identity or my mom identity in particular so there's some stressors that are introduced wall. Obviously it's a wonderful thing to have maternity leave and it's it's a fantastic resource and they're not arguing at all that that's not the keys. But when people are anticipating that reentry it can be a particularly stressful time. And so they're kind of honing in on that time period to take a look at how organizational support might play a role in affecting some of that

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New York Giants RB Saquon Barkley Questionable to Play vs. Denver Broncos

NFL Live

00:20 sec | 3 d ago

New York Giants RB Saquon Barkley Questionable to Play vs. Denver Broncos

"Saquon. Barkley is listed as questionable after practicing all week. But i think really laura what they're saying to us is we have to list them on the injury report. The we expect saquon barkley to play on sunday against the denver broncos. I do not expect him however to be his normal one hundred percent workload self. The giants are being smart with him as they have all off season

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Biden Declassifies Secret FBI Report Detailing Saudi Nationals' Connections to 9/11

NPR News Now

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Biden Declassifies Secret FBI Report Detailing Saudi Nationals' Connections to 9/11

"By the administration has declassified a report. The ties the nine eleven hijackers to saudi nationals. Living in the us victims families have wanted to see the sixteen page report for years. Npr's laura sullivan has more. The newly released report was written by. Fbi agents at the end of an investigation called operation. Encore it examined possible ties between the hijackers and the saudi arabian government. The report does not dry any conclusions about government involvement but it does link to saudi nationals one with diplomatic status to the hijackers far more closely than has been previously known. The report found the two men helped or tasks others to help some of the hijackers and found both men had ties to well-known extremists. The saudi government has maintained that any ties are coincidental and says that it had no previous knowledge of the attacks. The biden administration meanwhile has promised to release more documents. In coming

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Are USMNT, Canada on Track to Qualify for the World Cup?

ExtraTime

00:33 sec | Last week

Are USMNT, Canada on Track to Qualify for the World Cup?

"Cup qualifying you get three points. You get three point. Canada ghezzi points. Usa gets three points. Everyone's a winner for this world cup qualifying grounds and the one thing we learned guys. The one thing we know is no one knows anything. And that is where we stand. And i feel great about the world we live in ricardo pepi. I don't know nine. Goals three assists in his game. Ritchie lie ritchie. Laura nine goals four assists in his game. Someone talked me down

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Lara Trump Slams Joe Biden on Fox News: 'He's an Embarrassment'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:12 min | Last week

Lara Trump Slams Joe Biden on Fox News: 'He's an Embarrassment'

"Laura trump was on. Sean hannity show last night and she said out loud what millions of us are actually thinking. She said out loud. She expressed out loud. The view that many americans are are are too polite to say out loud. Is it a stretch. Is it a leap. Is it unkind to call. Presen- biden an embarrassment right. Show that if you. Let's see leave american stranded and afghanistan behind enemy lines. Like you like to say Signed the death warrant for our afghan allies. You legitimize a terrorist organization. Did them control of an entire country than give him. Eighty three billion dollars of our military equipment. And then oh. Thirteen service. Servicemember killed because of your decisions. Gosh i don't know a better reason to impeach somebody. So let's take this guy out and he can't run the country he's an embarrassment. He makes us look ridiculous on the world stage and he doesn't even know what tornadoes are. I don't even know what to say.

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Sports Journalist Jason Whitlock: 'Trump America' Is Revolting Against COVID at College Football Stadiums

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | Last week

Sports Journalist Jason Whitlock: 'Trump America' Is Revolting Against COVID at College Football Stadiums

"Jason whitlock is a smart guy. He's a sports guys a lot on fox news. We spent a lot of time yesterday. Talking about the glorious site of thousands and thousands of football fans going to college football games over the weekend. And as jason pointed out to laura ingraham last night. This is really what america looks like. The american people are starting to wise up. They're smarter and wiser than corporate media. They're smarter than politicians that play politics with every crisis and every issue and we're getting back to normal when people are getting comfortable with the fact. There's no denial of the impact of covert. But there is that growing reality. We're going to have to live and deal with covert not live in fear of covert so. I was very happy to see this. We gotta remember these college. Football stadiums are outside our urban core in cities major cities that are more democratic control and so basically lord and i hate to politicize it but it's true. Use saw trump america out in full force and college stadiums. People like fouts and the people on the left no that college football's representation of trump america and they want to demonize those people. He's a smart guy and make some great great observations about trump america

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Everyone's Favorite Weatherman, Al Roker, Releases a New Book

Here & Now

02:06 min | Last week

Everyone's Favorite Weatherman, Al Roker, Releases a New Book

"Longtime today. Show weatherman in co anchor. Al roker recently turned sixty seven but he shows no sign of slowing down. He was in new orleans covering hurricane ida this week and haters on twitter. Who said he was too old to be doing that kind of thing he had this to say on. Msnbc's the sunday show with jonathan kaye. Part screw you up up okay. Talker to them. I will drop them like a bag of dirt. That fighting spirit is all over l. Wrokers latest book along with a few life lessons. He's learned over four decades of telling us the weather. It's called you look so much better. In person. true stories of absurdity and success. I spoke with al roker about the book on skype when it was published in two thousand. Twenty as you right. You weren't always confident. Tv personality that we know now. In fact you were a nerdy highschool av club kind of guy and you write that while in college. You got your first job as a weekend weather forecaster in syracuse new york. And tell us the story from there by department chairman. Dr luo donald the late dr laura. Donald decided it worked at the station w. h. Anyway he put me up for the job and You know i went down. I did the audition and they said okay. We'll let you know. And i just kept calling the news director and back in the day. You gotta remember this. One thousand nine seventy four. There were actually switchboard. Operators and the switchboard operators name was rosy. And you got to the point where she knew my name. I kept calling to ask the news director. Well oh dear. He's not in right now but tell him he called and finally there's one time she put me through and he said look i i gotta get you off my ass. You've got the job. And i said okay. I didn't ask if one i started. What do i do yes. Yes yes and but that was my start in television.

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Life Lessons From Al Roker

Here & Now

02:06 min | Last week

Life Lessons From Al Roker

"Longtime today. Show weatherman in co anchor. Al roker recently turned sixty seven but he shows no sign of slowing down. He was in new orleans covering hurricane ida this week and haters on twitter. Who said he was too old to be doing that kind of thing he had this to say on. Msnbc's the sunday show with jonathan kaye. Part screw you up up okay. Talker to them. I will drop them like a bag of dirt. That fighting spirit is all over l. Wrokers latest book along with a few life lessons. He's learned over four decades of telling us the weather. It's called you look so much better. In person. true stories of absurdity and success. I spoke with al roker about the book on skype when it was published in two thousand. Twenty as you right. You weren't always confident. Tv personality that we know now. In fact you were a nerdy highschool av club kind of guy and you write that while in college. You got your first job as a weekend weather forecaster in syracuse new york. And tell us the story from there by department chairman. Dr luo donald the late dr laura. Donald decided it worked at the station w. h. Anyway he put me up for the job and You know i went down. I did the audition and they said okay. We'll let you know. And i just kept calling the news director and back in the day. You gotta remember this. One thousand nine seventy four. There were actually switchboard. Operators and the switchboard operators name was rosy. And you got to the point where she knew my name. I kept calling to ask the news director. Well oh dear. He's not in right now but tell him he called and finally there's one time she put me through and he said look i i gotta get you off my ass. You've got the job. And i said okay. I didn't ask if one i started. What do i do yes. Yes yes and but that was my start in television.

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How Will the Taliban Govern Afghanistan?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:07 min | Last week

How Will the Taliban Govern Afghanistan?

"Now that the taliban has swept back into power in afghanistan after twenty years of war there shortly planning to reveal a new government. The new administration is keen to be recognized by the west as a legitimate power as the country faces economic meltdown and his badly in need of donor. Funds will join me on the line. Now is lynn o'donnell former ap and af bureau chief in afghanistan lynn. Thanks for coming on the program again. Before two thousand one when the taliban previously controlled the country what was the system of government. They used the hydro georgina. Thanks for having me on. It was pretty much a top down system with mullah omar the woman i'd later and co founder of the organization. Very much in charge. We're seeing now is is pretty much It looks like they going to have the man who has The job the position. That laura my head harbour tiller khanzada also as a symbolic head with finger bad conservatories that he hasn't been seen in public for a couple of years and they have been rumors that he died of covered last year. So there remains to be seen. But i'm below that pew type sort of symbolic position There is likely to be twelve man governing shura council and there were there was talk a couple of weeks diamonds. People that i was discussing this with that they would be. They were aiming for an inclusive style of government. That would bring me in People from an ethnic and religious groups that are not of the Same ilk the as the taliban instance Has ours was based at tadjiks and as she is but what they've been doing. So far indicates says inclusivity is not really likely to be at the heart of what if a government i come up with in the near

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Hurricane Ida's Remnants Pound Northeast, Killing at Least 45

The World and Everything In It

01:10 min | Last week

Hurricane Ida's Remnants Pound Northeast, Killing at Least 45

"Remnants of hurricane ida killed at least forty five people in northeastern states wednesday and thursday. The storm is now carved a path of destruction from the louisiana coast. All the way to the big apple. We actually did get an unprecedented amount of rain. We had three inches in one hour nassau. County new york's county executive laura current her there. The rain submerged subway tracks. The city and floodwaters ravaged homes throughout the region in pennsylvania. Ems director jason bulbs described high water. Rescues in suburban philadelphia because the river borders were coming up so high that the first floor level spaces with getting taken over by waters. We were taking people out of the second floor even addicts of their homes. At least twenty. Three people died in new jersey. Thirteen people perished in new york city. Eleven of them in flooded basement. Apartments at least five people died in pennsylvania. One of them killed by a falling tree. Although ida had lost most of its powerful winds the storm kept it strong rainy core that then merged with a wet and strengthening non tropical storm front triggering. An extreme rain event in the northeast.

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Lou Dobbs Shares His Thoughts on Biden's Afghanistan Address

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Lou Dobbs Shares His Thoughts on Biden's Afghanistan Address

"I was wondering what you thought as you sat like the rest of us did when he finally showed up late as always yesterday What you thought about the president's address i'm afghantistan. Well i have to tell you. I don't think much of what this president has done In an almost eight months today was a capstone to what has been a dismal and deeply disturbing administration. It's almost inconceivable that anyone could screw up so many things so quickly and you have to think back to two dates the former defense secretary over a number of administrations said that in forty years. Joe biden has not been right on a single foreign policy issue. he's a man who does not get lucky when he tries to think he's a man who could screw up a vacant lot and To have him with a lovers of power Leading this nation. Is i think most americans now know a tragic tragic circumstance. Newt gingrich said on laura ingram show or being led by somebody who looks like a scared bunny rabbit in danger of falling asleep. Y'all would would accept that description except it's not quite lethal own up. We lose for ten marines because this man his defense secretary secretary austin and general milley. These are buffoons inadequate to the to the job. It's disrespectful of the united states military. Have these people in charge as commander in chief secretary of defense term. the joint. cheats is appalling

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Opendoor, Zillow and Redfin Bank Seek To Flip Houses Virtually

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Opendoor, Zillow and Redfin Bank Seek To Flip Houses Virtually

"Home. Prices are rising at a record rate. A lot of the demand is coming from city dwellers who to escape to the country or the suburbs but some of the buyers aren't people at all they're tech companies sometimes called i- buyers that buy and sell homes for profit. These companies have been building up their presence in the real estate market for years. But this may be the moment. They've been waiting for so after years of resistance is tech. Finally taking over real estate. Joining us to discuss is are heard on the street tech columnist. Laura foreman hi. Laura hi thanks for having me you know. I think the term. I buy gets bounced around a little bit when we're talking about this market. Can you start by telling us what that is. Sure a ni- buyer is a company that uses computerized data to buy and sell homes and flip them so a company that will ask you a homeowner for information about your house decide. It's worth x amount of money. Buy it from you fix it up just as a home. Flipper does in real life in other words you know. They put nice hardwood floors in or they'll tear up the carpet and put a new carpet. They'll paint simple renovations like that and then they'll turn around and sell it in a very short time period and hope to make a profit on that and who were in the big eye buyers in the market right now so the market leader is a company called open door and they are very much in the market lead zillow which almost every consumer who's ever wanted to buy or bought a house has looked at has gone big into i buying offerpad and then also red fin which again if you've been in the market for a home or look to sell your home you've used redfin before and they are also involved in. I bang

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Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume

All Things Considered

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume

"The Biden administrations eviction ban, There's even greater urgency to get billions of dollars in federal rental assistance to those who need it. Shelby County, Tennessee, is already facing that challenge. NPR's Laura Wamsley reports. SP KEY and apartments versus Delores Egleston in a courthouse in Memphis. Tenants are packed into eviction court as much as social distancing will allow when their cases are called. Tenants are asked this question by Judge Phyllis Gardner. Have you talked with anyone? Or are you interested in the rental assistance program? I've talked in case after case Gardner urges tenants to visit room 1 34 down the hall. Where Memphis area legal services attorneys help tenants start applications for rental aid. One of those attorneys, Frida Turner, stands up in the courtroom to speak about the program if you apply, and if you're approved We will pay up to 12 months of your back rent plus one month of futurist. We will bring you to zero and you'll get a fresh start a fresh start. That's what's new even if evictions aren't thanks to the billions in federal aid tenants who are behind have a chance to stay in their homes due to a federal court ruling in July. Judges here in Tennessee haven't been bound by the CDC order for more than a month. The judge Gardner, the CDC order delayed the inevitable while in Memphis, they started resolving cases. We've been able to deal with the problems to give these people and landlords some closure so that they can move on. The most recent CDC ban was intended to give states and localities more time to get assistance out to renters facing eviction. But it's been slow going by the end of July. Nationally, just over five billion of the $25 billion allocated had been spent. Several states have used less than 5% of the federal money so far. But in Memphis and

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Zoom Shares Plunge as Growth Slows Down

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

Zoom Shares Plunge as Growth Slows Down

"Power zooming Laura now by just about 10%. We're keeping an eye on zoom video communications out with the sales forecasts. It did fall short of some analysts estimates, raising concerns the company will have difficulty maintaining rapid revenue growth as workers turn away from remote meetings. Again. Shares of Zoom now down by

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Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Downgraded to Tropical Storm

Morning Edition

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Hurricane Ida Slams Louisiana, Downgraded to Tropical Storm

"IDA has been downgraded to a tropical storm with winds down to about 45 MPH this after slamming into the Gulf Coast yesterday with winds of up to 150 MPH. Selena chat Lonnie with member station W, W and over reports, the storm knocked out power to all of New Orleans and inundated coastal Louisiana communities that includes the town of Jean Lafitte, just south of New Orleans. Sergeant Jason Laura Wall with the Jean Lafitte Police Department is out currently on search and rescue missions, he says hundreds of people for financial or physical reasons. We're not able to heed the mandatory evacuation and are asking for help as they get stuck in several feet of the storm water surge that scared because they've never seen that they've never faced the storm before. So, you know, we had a mandatory evacuation has been in order for a few days now, but our resident the resilient our residents have gone through just their whole lives, and they didn't think that this would happen. Lord Wald says they are trying to rescue as many people as possible

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Biden Team Urges States to Quickly Distribute Rental Aid

Science Friday

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Team Urges States to Quickly Distribute Rental Aid

"The Biden administration is urging state and local leaders to give tenants a chance to apply for rental assistance before evicting them. As NPR's Laura Wang's Lee reports, the move follows the Supreme Court's decision. Block continuation of the CDCs temporary eviction Ben in a letter cabinet officials call on governors, mayors, county executives and court administrators to take action to prevent what they call unnecessary evictions. Among their recommendations are local pauses on evictions and requiring landlords to apply for emergency rental assistance before they file evictions. Tenant advocates say the message is a powerful nudge too many states and counties. Evictions are handled at the state and local level. $25 billion is available in federal rental assistance. But in many places that money has been slow to reach the renters and property owners who are

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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes

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"laura y" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"laura y" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello there welcome to another gathering of the run. Padron club were all runners unite. I mean it doesn't matter your preferred distance. You could be a park. Runner and ultra marathoner are a fan of a ten key. Twenty six point two mailer or you could be someone who's just started trying to run round the block. It really doesn't matter if you're right there. You're a runner and you're more than welcome here. I'm jenny. Falkiner step joined by a really serious runner. When i see serious. I mean that it's her job. She's that good at it. She specializes in middle distance. Them all to be honest hundred. Fifteen hundred three thousand five thousand. She is the superspy. Speedy and mega. Laura muir halloo there. Hi thank you for chatting today really if you run run already today you know i bitch need just go in Ads moreno but latest morning. There so it says yeah just in the door is it. Ju- star every day with a little run is not what you do 'em all days and only a double date will idyllic governed in the morning and the evening in some days. It's a single thing. We did not Yea i really like at night there in the morning you know. I think it just sets up really well day in the morning. It was nice. Clear sky sunshine's. Yeah absolutely fabulous. Look so nice to chat to you. I've got to say if you're listening. No and you're about to head off. Anuron will look. I will keep you company and hopefully motivate you to keep going laura. Do you ever have days especially when it's cold and wintry where you just can't people there and if you do what you do to get the yet i think we all have have days that she when it said in the winner star is way icy it yet. It's not very nice by income. yes know you always feel great. After i finished a run so you may not want their first thing in the morning. You all Cold don't get wet but once the run ios somewhere i always try to think about have after unbowed like before..

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"laura y" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"I had gone with Mario Lopez Ground Mario Lopez, joining me now on Zoom the new movie go war with GRANDPA. Our friend. On welcome back. Nice to see you. See I know never done an interview like this, yes? Yes. Twenty twenty. Yes. How are you doing zoom on a flip phone? I'M A. Very funny I'm assuming with all my God. That is amazing. God You know what? Respect that's all I got for you lord nothing but respect. Interview. I don't have it anymore. I will start the. Phone is GONNA see. That's why I never ever forget you so I feel like we've been talking about this movie forever and it's finally here. And I talked to a few people about it now cheech Marin and Jane Seymour and Christopher Walken I'm a great cast. For those not familiar. Tell us about the war with GRANDPA. War Ramp is film we filmed three and a half years ago. So. Excited coming out has, as you said, the craziest cast of all time she each Jane Chris, Robert Deniro, Thurman Rob Riggle, insane cast, right it's about S- rob nears character ed the GRANDPA he moves in with his daughter Rumas character and her family and takes over his grandson oaks actor, which is seen as peers room. The grandson Peter Berry upset that his room was taken over from his grandfather. So He Starts a war with his GRANDPA. You all be home alone s hijinks that have been kind of a prank between the two. Edged friends get in on it, which is Chris Cheech off Peter's friends get in on it, which is. Awesome cast of these younger middle school kids and seller. Becomes his. Insane, prank war. Film by. Also being about, Hey, family can drive you crazy at the end of day. No family is bare frey always nurse such unconditional love and so forth there. All need right now no. Absolutely new play Uma Thurman Daughter Correct. All this granddaughter in real world having issues with Yuma Area he needs girl it's aims and how was OMA and how was Mr Deniro when they were on said did everybody tense up? Was it was he pretty cool with everyone. Is Insane. It was so amazing super bowl and like so intimidating, I, mean, this is Robert Deniro Talk. Now I have a screaming match with her in. That was so intimidating. But in that scene when super well the whole thing. I could not have been a better experience is it was so cool. I, think I have a fun fact about your movie that you may not know which is I believe you shot it in the hole in my hometown. In. Newnan. Specifically. Right. Yes though I just remember driving in Atlanta and there are so many peach roads impeached everything's peach tree something. Peach. Street it's all peach everything. Is there a learning abundance of actual peaches? No. There's not really what's the go to the grocery store? Well, that's a waste Sir that is such a waste. was very a terrible sense direction. So driving in that area was not great for me made a lot of wrong turns wrong. Each treats almost filled the movie by the way though in Toronto, which is a very different location very. Yes. But Atlanta it was so great. It was so hot. We filled in the summer but. Not Yeah Oh. I Bet I. Bet. So congrats on that I want to talk about a little music. The new EP is out. Now you tell me about these songs. I. Really, wanted to continue some of the stories and kind of overall story I toll on my me, and so that's where this EP comes from. I will say for the past eight months the quarantine in this whole year I think a lot of my vibe and a lot of. All my feelings, I also really poured into this music and I think twenty twenty very much. Informs the Sonic and the lyric of this ep but you know some of the songs I start working on. So long ago some of the Song Schiller more recent. So I, I really liked to get the next chapter that I started in the meat DP, but it's it's its own story as well at its Moodier it's little more dramatic a little more emotional more raw. So I'm really really proud who's the you in the title someone specific or could be one. Last June isn't it I feel I have a lot of different ideas of who that you is to me. But in some ways, it's also kind of referring to my fans because my fans have been a huge part of this project they'd helped me make artwork they've helped me make lyric video. They've helped me with marketing ideas. They've been just really part of the process. Okay and then you've got can't help myself the newest single another one something to believe in. would. About. Very different songs by the way. So can't how I saw which is Kinda. Funny. Myself is this sexy fun flirty key song about. When. A relationship ends who have that upper hand when you run into an axe and you're both kind of attracted to each other, you know it's it's kind of about this power dynamic in the in the lyric. I'm running into an X. broke up with me, but I can tell his attracted to me so I can't help kind of leader Myself. Right the. Other palm some leaving is very different. I think super relevant something. I really resonate you right now it's about being in a place whether you're relationship. You know whether you're in a situation where all hope seems lost. You feel like you're on the edge of rob you feel like nothing's GonNa save this relationship, the situation, and then the person or something that you're with gives you faith he observed that something to believe in that you guys are going to be. Okay. So. Very very different songs but I think both. Well encompassing perfectly what this EP mates to me. Okay. We'll. Congrats on the music the movie and everything and it. Lower before I, let you go WANNA put on the spot quick questions quick answers icon. Favourite, show you binge during quarantine. Game. And stand by a great show. Watched it. You know it's fantastic. A Great Show I. Agree I agree that's a commitment there. Song you wish you wrote. I love Taylor Swift's Cardigan. It's such such a good song albums mailing. Guy. WHO's a must follow on instagram? That's a great question. This is not the hard one. I'm trying to think of someone who liked makes me laugh all the time because that's what I I really love on instagram but the person that's coming to mind doesn't necessarily make me laugh but she. His, love me. Some SELENA. Gomez I, feel like her just her vibe her everything having. The unlike law smile. Favorite scary movie. I.

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"laura y" Discussed on Pratt Cast

Pratt Cast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on Pratt Cast

"They go follow you yes. Twitter and INSTAGRAM is warmer auto a spell that out for you because sometimes people think I'm saying Lauren My name is Matt Lawrence Laura. I'm not bitter about it l. a. you are a M. A. R. A. N. O. and might be slower on official and I take account and I think it's more. Thank. Thank you again so much and you know so you're on. A So, lovely and I feel like I really also got to know your dog. which, is awesome. Thank you so much. Well. If she is just the cutest thing in the world, it's amazing to me like those stories of actors always blow my mind because. It's almost like not to do the whole bachelor thing, but it very much is like got into it for the right reasons you come across a lot of actors and just people that want to be in the entertainment industry and they get into it because they wanna be famous, which is like just we've talked about it a lot I think Cordova restraint now we're talking about it's like if you get into for that, you're already off on. A bad foot. You know like you're trying to do something not for well for lack of better cliche for the right reasons, he should do it because you'd love doing it because you're good at it and because you are passionate about it and kid actors I, think epitomize all of those things because one they have no concept of money in terms of like I can buy am Tessler with the money that I make this J. C. Penney? Commercial now it's like Oh, yeah be silly onset with a bunch of people call the Director Dad like that's just fun for them and they also have no concept of fame really because they're not watching you know e or buying US weekly and stuff. It's just purely because they like doing the thing that they're doing and I always find it very interesting to talk to those people about their run of success because it never started from A. Bad Place always started from I love just doing this one thing and I wanna continue doing forever and it's also very, very rare to know what you WanNa do at a very young age I mean it took me until I. Think I was seventeen when I had my first radio show to be like this is what I WANNA do. You know I was an adult then anyways lower Moreno is freaking awesome. Obviously, very talented if you get to. Star in a movie alongside Robert Deniro and also put out an EP all within the couple months of each other. So yeah, go follow her and again, thanks guys for listening to the PODCAST. If you if you like it, please go rate and review on the apple and place stores that helps with the Algorithm more people.

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"laura y" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"So, thank you for joining me today I think healthcare is obviously isn't has been a really important topic in politics for. Well. Forever. But for many years now certainly in the US. So I think it's important to that. We talk about this was important before the pandemic but especially is is really important now so I wonder if you could start by just telling us a little bit about your her your story, your diagnosis and recovery from cancer I, and then you know how'd that lead to you? founding the healthcare voices sure well, little over three years ago. Now, I walked into a doctor's office with a nagging cough and walked out with the stage four cancer diagnosis. That was a lot to process. But this all happened in the spring of twenty seventeen, which was the same time that the Republican attacks on our healthcare we're ramping up in fact the day after my first chemotherapy appointment in May, was the day that Republicans in the House voted to repeal the affordable care act, and since the affordable care act was what was keeping me alive i. Very invested in a fight. and. Today Sunday actually make is the the anniversary three years ago my senator at the time Senator Heller put force yet another bill to strip away healthcare from millions of Americans in hundreds of thousands of Nevada's including myself, and so I had spent. All of two, thousand seventeen, lobbying my senators senator to do the right thing to stand up for Nevada's and stop these repeal attempts and instead today three years ago he turned around and introduced bill with his own name on it to do that. Had read that you were had also been thrown out of was a senator. As welcoming can you tell me? What happened So. this all happened in September twenty seven. And then in December I finally had the opportunity to meet my Senator face-to-face because he was not coming to. Nevada very often. So I was a part of protests outside of closed door, a high dollar fundraiser she held, but he never did anything public in the entire state all year until this one event that I found out about. So I registered for it I showed up I. He pulled my question out of the list of questions and then when I stood up to ask it, I was escorted out. And what was the question that you asked got you escorted out Well. As. A small business owner I wanted him to talk about his health coats and why he was stripping way healthcare from people like me. And He didn't really have a good answer to that question but today in twenty twenty, he is no longer a US senator. So. three years ago of the four of them, which was Senator Heller senator. Lindsey. Graham South Carolina. Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and senator. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin came together. Now, all of the US senators at some point or another were acquired a terrible. All the Republicans were party terrible attempts to strip away the for care act or in some cases like Susan Collins she pretends to care about how in the she votes for Brett Cabinet. So like they're they're all in it. Is a matter of degree but those that I talked about four years ago, put forth their own bill and this year people in South Carolina in Louisiana have the opportunity to share what they think about that. Yes indeed, and I very much. Hope that likes Senator Heller, they are ex senators to. Until about healthcare voices and what this organization is in and what you do sure well, after I got through twenty seven team, so I was in remission and. Doing great and So I wanted to organize people like me to be able to help tell their own stories because because in all of these healthcare fights, the people that are listened to our people was money and power in not the people directly on the front lines So I wanted to give other people the opportunity that I had to speak up in have my story heard and so A. Couple years ago I started this nonprofit and Monday night September fourteenth with holding each training on a free training online on facebook live, and also on anew for people with healthcare stories to get some media training on how to tell their story most effectively. So I think this podcast will be released after that but the training will be available on on the facebook page earned on youtube channel to watch anytime. Excellent and this is what you were already doing right before all of this you the this is you in your background doing things like media training in in helping nonprofits, right? Yeah I'm a small business owner and I've been working with nonprofits doing social media and email fundraising that kind of thing for the last decade or so. In actually in two thousand and nine. The AFL CIO sent me to Arkansas to help get healthcare reform passed in the first place, and at the time I had no idea that it would save my life a decade later. So I've been in this world a while, and just I was helping other people realizing that eventually it was going to happen to me why why focus on storytelling what you know what is said? To the power in politics of something like having people tell their personal stories well I think as Democrats we love facts and figures. Wait, we love reality but are facts are not the best way to change somebody's mind. People, you can see people that have major changes in their philosophical beliefs this usually because of some close to them or somebody, they know a breakthrough by telling their personal story. So we can do facts and figures and reports all day long, but that doesn't change anybody's opinion at the end of the day not really is so telling our stories is the reason why we were able to stop the repeals a few years ago it came down to one vote it came down to Senator McCain in the Senate, and I really believe it was our stories that broke through and so if we want to move forward on, you know extending healthcare to everybody earn lowering prescription drugs and all the stuff. There are people with a lot of money that her very invested in things not changing, and so the only way we get change is to make it impossible for them to stand in our way and how we do that is facts and figures don't move elected officials or or e everyday people, but our stories do. Is there something in particular you have found is especially effective in in telling these stories you know are there I. Don't WanNa make it cross but like strategies techniques things were, is it just a the the power of the story itself like way what's important in in what people are saying? Well, you should absolutely attend our training. Soon..

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"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Go every now and then. I haven't gone nicely so I can't do any of the complete upside down stuff, but. Yeah deep deep. Go every now and then one of the or whatever. That's amazing. I wonder whether I mean I never really hear of synchronized swimming swimming groups in Australia, but there must be some. Yes, it's now an Olympic sport isn't. Export, for years the Russians, the ones to watch the best ones. Unfortunately I don't know how the. The English, we we! We went, Very. Very much! Okay and now look this has been great. We're coming towards the end so I'm going to ask you something. There's nothing to do with anything else. Which is on your telephone? Yes, what are the two most useful APPs that you use outside of banking? Because I asked that blanket people go my banking APPs. Let's just move on from that. This is for work. For what what actually okay so? One is which I guess isn't for wet, but it does how my work. His Yoga Guy, which okay so I have to do yoga to keep myself. Calm and energize. Say That for I wet Becca so you every day. What else do I use? Actually use up many APPs to be honest with you I. Just thought if you had a couple of sprang to mind what about for fun? So literally yesterday I I started using an APP how Directa which is video? I and I spent all last night. Editing videos of my little dog putting his antics to music I saw it. I saw one of winning. We had his new coach on. It was flipping over. Yeah, well, there's like a whole series of videos now because I spend all night doing it, so so I really I really enjoyed that and then and then it sounds really boring, but the kindle APP in their. Audible away there I like those two just sort of either learn or escape, and that's kind of it I don't really use. Much? Else my phone to be honest with. No, that's that's absolutely fine. I have to admit I'm terrible. 'cause I still do candy crush. I started. Re years ago and my kids look at me. Go. Mommy must be one of the only people left on and. I'm like funnily enough. No, they're not those people I know. There's a host Secret Society of Candy No it's trucking all right so. To wind this up. Can you tell everyone have? They can get hold of you and where we're going to be able to say this business stuff. Yes, so on my website Laura Picardy DOT com. He I just felt coty for everyone to pay I double A. The I. Dot Com, and even my new podcast is fan I could business..

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"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"It has a step, isn't it? It's a little. It may be a big step for a small steps. It's all leading to a more experienced more knowledge, understanding and that kind of thing. Akeso now we've heard about the gym, but raking which is obviously you David stating, but obviously also they lead you down. They proper being an author and a speaker. Can you think of any other pivotal moments where whether it's good or bad? Some huge success or failures outside of the gym burning? Damn that have taught you things that we could maybe pass on some tips to anyone else. Oh good question any other pivotal moments extreme I think. Even, for the last six months has been a real pivotal moment for me as well so my husband has lived six months over in Italy for the last three years and then six months here. Because, he's he runs the toll in talent, toll, business and the tie. He came back this time, and it's been really really challenging for us. You get to live to get to know how to live together again very very. Rise. And so this time he came back and then five days later, his parents came over to visit and then two days later, my parents came to visit. All living in our house and stressful..

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"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"That really fake it till you make, it is actually a bullshit into and that you really want to be real-life through and take the hits with the you know, take the ups with the downs, but in the end you're better off being real and not getting caught forgets about being really faith So you said there was another woman. was there another time when? Women continues to impact me now on. My journey is my natural PA. She just helped me three. My stress response. Unfortunately, the the standards medical system didn't really understand stress and the adrenal fatigue thing. And so I was misdiagnosed I was -scribed medication for a things that we just weren't getting the heart of it, so so my natural path, she. Amazing my body is better now than ever Bain. And she just has continued to support me through at all, and I think sometimes she's still just doing naturopathy things, or is she actually doing a whole lot of stuff all I haven't. been to an extra pack, but so is it just made it? You know like I know that they give you Chinese medicines and all that kind of thing, but is there other stuff in your life that she's helped you with as well? Yes, I. She she she. Basically, it's helped me with all of the different systems of my body. I mean metropolitan will give you lifestyle advice with my eating my exercise see. That's always been quite good, right? This is another thing. Out that listening so his his a fucked up story for you so. So I always sat about nineteen percent body fats. For years, and she has a machine that you sits on to measure all sorts of things so one month I went, and I was nineteen seven next month I went, and I jumped up to thirty percent body fat. My and my exercise had not changed. But my body, because it was in a stress response, it just started conversing everything into fat because it was basically trying to keep me safe and protect me didn't know what how is going on. And so it just basically had everything on high alert. was doing what it needs to do to protect me so. That just shows you right what what can have? Yeah, that's amazing. Nineteen to fish. humongous! I mean that's enough to make. Anyone want to jump out the window right there. So, what she did then was helped me. Get to the underlying sources coming from, so it took quite a long time his. Out Digestive System Hormonal system you know lymphocytic system. My liver like there was so many different things so. She helped me that and now we just go and..

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"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Had A phone call from my head Traina. I'd gone one one Friday afternoon. And he called me up and said Hey Laura. That's been a bang, and this and smoke and. Festival fuck. Sakon I just have one afternoon. I just go put a tea towel over it or would it be? Exactly. Anyway I went back down to the to the studio, and as I pulled up to the traffic lights I could smell smoke. A fire engine screamed past I pulled up to the studio, and that was smack bellowing at the back of my. Laura. And I mean long story short over the course of the next three hours I, stood and watched the brief of my gym fall in the street next door. I'm on God. So what did you? What do you do any you see that happen? Well. The first thing you do is double. Check. You've got insurance. Ju I did. It miss when you set up a business. especially I'd never done anything like that before. You know fitted out an entire, Jayme, you you inevitably forget stuff. You don't know what you've done and so I. Remember Literally being sat on the pavement, crying, searching through my emails on my phone. Gameplay insurance. Please let me have insurance I did. I didn't have enough unfortunately, but that's that's another story. So say that lessons to be learned in all of ashes. Well Gosh Yeah I can. I can also teach you a shitload about disabled access. That was the bane of my life for a couple of I'm. So yes, that was completely titled by the way in case, anyone's wondering wasn't an insurance job. If it was, it was it was a genuine. This was supposed to be my business going forward. Yeah, exactly. hadn't realized that that time. It didn't fit into the structure, so it wasn't. It was convenient, but not. By a in some ways you could say it's like the universe you that you would hitting down the wrong road and needed to do something to set you back on the right price, and actually at that point personally I was I was already banning out. I just didn't I didn't have time to figure it out, but it was actually a fire in the next door, neighbor Chinese kitchen and they came out, told me all about it. Immediately announced that good Goto the police all of that now. And then my insurance company. Yeah, exactly so say that happens again. Being us like this is my opportunity to show everyone I'm a phoenix rising good so they I..

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"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Invited me to Co on holiday for Christmas new yet Indonesia with him and I'd always said Nike Christmas is a family time. This time I went bugger. I'm going to come, and then I'm GonNa meet. Afterwards? I'll say you actually just made the decision in your mid twenties that you were going to move to a straight. Yes! I was twenty eight by the time I saw as ing came so brave. I mean I know lots of people do it, but every time I meet someone who just decides to do it. I'm like. Wow, it is really brave, so you made that decision. You went off and did the scuba. Scuba diving, what happened from there say then I came to Australia did another be traveling with my mate. We Scuba dive so I got to see Australia from underwater, which is really cool. We did leads of Scuba diving right triplets, and interestingly I was trying to get into TV production when I fist me to Austria, any how at the end I'll tell you the threats that have gone through all of the things. And I mean that was up. Because I had a little piece of paper said I've done media but I didn't know anyone. I had no experience so. I wasn't I I've told you I did the same thing in London trying to get into the music industry and I even went, and they said the best way to get into become receptionist and I even went to typing courses to try to come a receptionist because I thought that was so funny. Isn't it the things we do? I. Push you different. Poss- right so while I was trying to do that. I was working in a pub and then I thought you know what I think might be some. If my fitness certificates because I really liked exercising by that point, and so I thought well I can teach spinning in my spare time will be nice and then as PA. You'll certificates and you have to go to Jim and do like twenty hours experience. So I found a gym went there after a few hours, the guy offered me a job and offered me sponsorship to stay in the country and I was oh her..

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"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"So yeah, three blogs, podcasts and three videos, and then in the physical world through speaking and presenting all right so this is one of the cleverest business ideas I think. I've heard, I absolutely love it and I anything. Anyone is lifting the leadoff, anything and sort of getting rid of all. The Asif is already in love with it. But how are you going to make money out of it? Say the. Speaking in presenting is web. I S right I I. Mean I look I'm under no illusion. It's not something that I'm going to make millions off of immediately. Don't say that and. The gods because you don't know, you might be the number one business interest in the will, but but we know that's true. That's trace I am also. Let's not forget I'm British. They size basically in my blood. And taking the PISS. But I also say with my husband. We also have an Italian business, so that's kind of my bread and butter. Make sure that I can eat kind of pay the rent beloved thinking. We're GONNA. Use that as a source of. Unveil. What goes on behind the restaurant? Well. The the US is normal because. I'd like to ignore restaurants like that. Mental? So, okay, so you're going to do all this, but what was the lightbulb moment? And why are you doing like? What what? What is the wife? You've been wanting to do this younger so I? Always being well okay so I've always been someone who likes to bucker about. That's one of my main things that makes me happy in. My life is to just around. Excuse, my friend. We love to swear up. That's why I like you, yeah! And and so bit during my business journey I've had moments where I've. I've squashed it because I decided that that's not what a business owner does right? We have to be serious. We have to be respectable. We have to kind of fall in line. and. It's never worked when we thought we did..

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"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

She's THE Boss Chats

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats

"Hi and welcome to. She's the boss chats. I'm your host Scholes Brooke and in the show I interview amazing women and female founders. Bad what it is that they're doing and why they're doing it. It's all about US lifting up the women around us. Laura Picardy, Oh my God it is so fantastic. We have on this podcast. Thank you very much for having Nina. Thank you for coming on now. We Mitch God was the beginning of last year. I think you had your book house? Is that right? Nah Yeah. It? Was It was last Jan? And and from that new then came, and did my pr acceler or my boot camp. We got to know each other really well for that, but I haven't really spoken cheaper at least six months. With pandemics and things that kind of stuff to up as well, so here's my first question to you. Don't actually know what you're GonNa want so, but what do you do these days? And why are you doing it? Well that is a bloody good question and I'm happy I've got it this week as opposed to last week. Because now we're out of corona virus last week. It was I. Basically say my stretchy pants with neighboring Raanan. Domination, but now I can go out and put my bra on and create world. Domination must be found to be able to put your brown well sometimes. The great with us, not all the. Time so I wouldn't. Next week, so so as of now and I am a writer, a speaker and a presenter. I focus my my in my previous life, which will talk about I, have nights out. I've been very much in the coaching. World Life, touching performance, coaching, and specializing in stress management, and so I'm now evolving into the next phase of that and delivering in a much more fun way hungry, my writing and my speaking and my presenting, because I like to teach people through entertainment three story. Anyone who's read my book will know that and I'm just I'm kind of sick of people. Being told what today. Change Your Life in six easy step I think we might be almost at the end of the all of us with that kind of stuff tightening. In so false it really does it really does and I was I just got to a point where I was completely ivory and The coronavirus gave me my perfect opportunity to make those changes which I'd wanted to do, and again I'm sure I've out. There is in similar situations at various times. You WanNa make changes, but life keeps happening. You have to keep just rolling with the punches. Yeah, so lucky. We had worldwide pandemics. How. They knew that you needed that. I think my did, and so I got to. Not I am literally banning that frigging would audit talk about used..

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"laura y" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"And I knew right away I was like oh boy we have all fallen into a pot of honey here and this is sweet as against a it's just getting have experiences where the crew is great in the cast is great. You're having a great time. And the work sucks right and then you have the other jobs where the work is so good but making it almost killed you and you come out bruised and bitter and upset and you know all traumatized really. This is just amazing all the way round so we are and we know it like we know it. We know how good this is and it it really is. I love going to work every day with these people. It is pretty incredible. How in the last ten twelve years? This new sort of sub-genre of like a series. That's really just a long movie like it's not idea what a series is right. The lines water cats. No one's making movies. All the film people have been have merged into the television world. Right all the actors cinematographers the designers the producers the so it's had to evolve if you're GONNA have people who are accustomed to working in a certain way you know the culture of television has had to make room for that and change and and they have you and you know you have places like Netflix. Which is you know you hear. What a wonderful company. They are to work for particular artistically because they they hire really good people and then they let them do what they need to do. And that's very unusual. Yup and Jason and Chris and Patrick created the show together. And you know it's just been it's been wonderful well. This has been an absolute wonderful chat. I an hour just flew by a. Yeah just like just like that. I feel like we've gotten some great life Stuff also a postcard collection where you go could be a situation in the night here. But it's it's just been such a pleasure to talk to you same here. I really like I. I like when I get to meet people that I'm already a fan of unlike and they're fucking cool to just all thanks. It's just a nice you know I'll my wife with a just going on and on like you know all something comes on all their so great you know they do this this or this or this and you're going no. Let's watch the movie you know. So but this has been so pleasurable. Emily St. there but she she's downstairs. Can I say hi? Oh yeah hang on. Let me see if she's all right. I'M GONNA go I'M GONNA go grab my wife to say hi. Once they stare. Stare your office. What can I learn? Look there's an alligator mouth back there and there's a green blob. I don't know what the hell that is a guitar. Guitar cases on the floor and old typewriter looks like an encyclopedia behind a glass. Bookcase may be a portrait of a relative for just a creepy old looking person. Who KNOWS Shades are drawn on the door and the window. Either pricing or lighting aid. Knows all right. She's coming up walking our puppy a puppy like a two weeks before all. This happened. Sweet because you'll have tons of time to train the dog but we have. Yeah but we're trying to the interesting part about what's been going lately as we're starting to realize like. Oh need to isolate him a couple times a day. 'cause he's not GonNa know what it's like to be without us. Yeah so he. Starting you know he gets has a little bit of separation anxiety but he's he's only three and a half months old outgun peds no a six year old is enough. I like maybe I'm at the point. Now where maybe we can add a fish yet. My son wants a dog. My husband wants dog. No not right now No I have to say. It's been an amazing a distraction work. Yeah at first. It's a Lotta. They did they saw. The puppy is released starting to lose them. Yeah what BTCU starting to go. He's real he's a very. He's GonNa be an enormous dog sweet. What's his name? His name is Alta named him. After the One we knew after the fortune telling machine and big exactly what that Gig. It's fantastic great name for a dog so you know it's like we do take him on. We put the masks on and we take him for a walk around the block. And it's like tar like I feel like we sound like what the fuck is olds are but he's he's an otter hound which is like a a cousin of the Irish found. So He's Oh my God he's GonNa be huge he's already like almost forty five pounds and he's three hundred. You're not us with legs. We're going to have a bus with legs. But you know he's a he's a real sweetheart and I didn't when you said Oh. My son gives a structure because we have to get up. I had to stop myself from saying like why understand because we have a puppy. I'm like don't equate a puppy. With the child. You know their children and dachshunds and dachshunds and it's true it's true you've gotta feed them and you're constantly looking at them and are they on. Hey Hon do you teach them to do everything? And it's the same thing. Yeah and we've already started to identify that we know that in general he'll be a pretty lazy dog but After he eats there's usually a period of about an hour where he's uncontrollable just have to keep distracting him. Just like could give him a bone or chew toy given this or take him on a walk and then all of a sudden he's out so we're like nine. Pm He's out for the nights. So sweet I know I know oh I hear I hear a voice comes earthly. Gentlemen Liddiard. Hi Nice to meet. You Lydia. Laura was talking about you with such glowing terms. I was like we'll go get her ending trapped indoors of news for unforeseeable manage. Isn't anybody anyway like this is not a tremendous shift in our schedule. Like it's sort of like you said like It's just the idea of not being able to leave. That's general like I post office and get my mail. I know you can't you can't do not right now. Not The neck. Not for the next two weeks. Don't go anywhere the puppy. I think he's good good and then tributes and I don't want to think no it's not. He's an their aquatic dogs. So he's very fine with being wet. He'll great galoshes on and go. Go take a walk in the rain. Well thank you so much Laura. I hope you have a wonderful rest of the day and stay safe healthy. Who's really a pleasure talking to you? Thank you for having me on. Thank you so much. Nice meeting fine complete. Enjoy your radio..

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"laura y" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Of you. This is a really fun. All right guys. So would you think the episode. We're GONNA have a thing where you know. I I want you to tweet. I want you to let me know what you think. And if you have any questions or things you want I'm GonNa ask guests in particular doesn't matter about the guests as much as we like to surprise you with aghast and even if you don't know him obviously listen anyway and that's why I love you and that's why I'm still doing US although I still do it because I love doing it but this episode with Laura was interesting and it's always On the other. I have in love with Chris. Sullivan and Michael Rosenbaum. We have my ex-girlfriend on on Andrea Bogart and It was really interesting. She brought her child and we talked about why it didn't work and who I was and it was. I was really vulnerable. All Am this podcast. Having Laura on we were both going through our own shit and She she acknowledges it you know. She talks about almost dying as a child her parents and just working and you know I think she opens up more so than I think she would have when we dated which is telling and I think I'm the same way I think we're both in on different in different places and I think that's just a maturity thing. Maybe not with me but I think that as we grow and you start to realize vulnerability is good and people seeing emotions. That's actually healthy. Getting rid of bad habits. I think that's the big thing and so this this this podcast was really nice. And you know my GRANDPA died Laura. Text me immediately and she says if you need anything and I know she meant. She met her She she loved her and I'm glad that we've From doing these conventions Lauren. I have been able to be friends again and it's not like we hang out. It's nice to see her and goof off and Just be friends and and I think that shows maturity. I'm going to read some of these messages. Suggest from the message board. You can go to hello at inside of you. PODCAST DOT com or you can tweet me and instagram me. And so this is part of the Altro for what we're doing so now I just want to read you some of these questions. Okay Hi Michael. This comes from Lizanne. She's an actor writer storyteller. I've been listening to podcasts for awhile. I've I felt compelled to write in after listening to your interviews with Andie macdowell Jamie King whether you ever read this random email l. or not I just felt like I had to reach out and tell you how amazing I think the show. Is You and your team have created something. Quite special inside is one of the most honest podcasts. I've ever heard yes. It's therapy therapy for you and your guests but also for us as listeners. Amen Lizanne when you entity would andy were talking about her experience with Bill. Murray and the idea that she merely wanted to please him. It really accord like wanting to please. Your father is how I think you put it. I'm still at the beginning of my acting career. Five years in recently worked opposite comedic legend. To hear the two of you speak about something that felt similar to my own. Experience was quite comforting. Sometimes you just want to know you're doing a good job. Jamie's interview. She says when you both spoke about feeling safe about meditation about your own personal journey to connecting to a higher power and how having a routine helps when it comes to battling depression. Depression is so deeply refreshing to hear. It was just a lovely reminded me that in order to be of service to others. You have to take care of yourself. First you're making a difference in the world by merely being Honest about every aspect of this life so thank you. Thank you for putting everything you've got into this. PODCAST will thank you for listening and thank you. I'm I'm just I'm blessed. I'm grateful that it helps you in some way Jonathan. Hey Rosie just want to let you know how much I appreciate your podcast been listening for a couple of months now and it seriously changed and my life being able to hear so many of these people. I find to be very successful in here. How they're going through or have been through so many of the same things I'm going through is amazing to me? I have a bipolar polar mom and Alcoholic Dad. And here you talk to people that have gone through the same things and how they dealt with it helps so much you Anzac Levi just about about brought me to tears talking about your mother's I've related so much y'all in that moment I'm currently listening to Jamie King and are talking about finding God and a bookstore almost brought me to tears. I paused it and started to write you this message because I had to let you know how much this means to me and I'm sure to so many others that actually they just brought me to almost. Here's Ryan's in the room. So I won't do it. I viewed most of these people are celebrities and not much more but you have completely absolutely changed my view on so many of them you have now made me a fan of them as people not just for their work. Ain't that the truth breath man. That's what that's exactly what I'm trying to do. I appreciate what you're doing so much. So many other podcasts and none of his grabby like yours. I've also started listening to your new podcast with sully and currently going through a hard break up. This has become the perfect time. I find myself trying harder to be to better myself. I started going to therapy. And it's thanks to you. Sorry right for such a long message but I felt he should know how much I appreciate it. Thanks so much. PSU PODCAST is way better than taxes. I loved axe. He won't listen to this anyway. He doesn't have time Tim lastly. Hey Man I don't know if you're actually going to read this but thanks for doing this podcast and showing me that people that may seem to have have it all have gone through hardships and tough times in their lives. The recent Dane Cook episode hit home when he spoke about the relationship he had with his father being basically all about about sports. I two of the same type of relationship with my father until his untimely passing in January of this year unlike Danes father. My Dad was a mets fan. That's that's funny so my dad is and what I am. You and I both know how that eighty six series turned out anyway. Thanks for doing this. PODCAST and making me feel comfortable in my own feelings and every now and then bring tiered of my all love Tim. It's nice to read. These Ryan was really nice. It is it's it's nice nice to just kind of like this is about being president. That's why I wanted to start doing these. altro of reading things that people say and absorbing them and saying hey eh. I'm listening to you. You know it makes me feel good that that we're doing something right here in a really thoughtful was yeah so guys have a happy happy holiday holiday if you're bored you know listen to left on Laurel or CD's still out. It's been out for about a month. Now thank you for everybody came out to the autograph signing and Covina Annette Chaos records. Thank you for came out to the Roxie who listened to the stage at online performance from us. Thank you for buying Merch for listening to the band. Thank you you for listening to the podcast in love. PODCAST inside you podcast. Thank you for your endless support. Happy Holidays Happy New Year. Thank you for allowing Albin side all of you.

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"laura y" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Ryan get on the MIC right. I'm so glad you're here. You're supposed to just in the middle of I duNNo. Do you uncomfortable a little bit. Are you know I mean you guys seem okay with it. I am to a point where we're fine guys are you guys are fine with it. I am new to this is just you know I feel like I have to mediate for some reason. No we are completely different personalities and maybe that's why it worked when it did. Yeah there's like right right now. There's not a nerve in my body. There's not like any resentment. There's no dislike those just like this is joy. That's fun to me. This is fun talking to you openly. And I'm not in the. I don't feel weird if I thought it was going to be weird. Like there's some ex girlfriends I would not have come in here right you. I felt like I like Laura. She's she's cool. She texts me when I was sick. I've been an asshole to you. You should have been in the in love. PODCAST in love with Rosa on Chris. Ullivan that podcast is more about relationships. It and honestly I think one of the reasons that were okay now is we had the first time we had seen each other in years was in Paris at a convention and I was like of course it's like the city of Love Kevin. I have to see that guy because I was still like. I don't know how I feel about this. And then we were fine and I was like oh I enjoy poking Adam restore for smart asses with the job. I don't have that relationship with anyone else so I enjoy that. Yeah I do too. That was it was nice. Remember on stage if I can like throw you under the bus. It's any do constantly. Yeah I noticed like people say that can be weird. I don't know and then after Peres ago wasn't where it all. Yeah Yeah. I think we're both good sports. We're both a little more mature definitely more mature than I am art. Let's get into this. So you're you almost died as a kid by the way SPINA Bifida now Ma'am giant Janus now. What does that mean? What happens when you have bacterial meningitis? While I the story they tell me When I was born my sister was getting her tonsils cels out and she wasn't supposed to come near me because she had a bacteria? My sister came over to meet me in the hospital and jealous sister coughed on me while she had this bacteria. I'd be I eh developed bacterial meningitis and I was in the hospital for months and Swelling on the brain I was paralyzed on the left side of my body and they had to drain the liquid from my brain and I guess you know as my mom says they told her one day that if you're If temperature doesn't go down we're going to have to give heard this medication of sorts. That will either make her blind or deaf if our temperature goes down we won't give it to her the next morning my temperature dropped and they didn't give me that drug otherwise otherwise I would be blind or deaf right now but I had a learning disability from the meningitis my whole life. That's something that I had to work through myself. There's no cure for that. You just find other ways to in school. I would just memorize textbooks. I didn't actually fully understand. Everything memorized it so he could get straight as So you find your own way and I think that's why I went into acting because it was memorization. It was becoming someone that you're not. I was always embarrassed in school. Like they'd pull me out for testing I had these surveyors that followed me for years through like elementary school. So yeah it it really fucked with WHO. I was as a kid but sort. You've made me who I am now. Cheese yeah I mean I remember stuff that you've told me but that when you say a learning disability as a kid I always felt like I was just stupid comprehend things I'd read things and I just because the add and like when you when you so you could quickly memorize things but you wouldn't Be Able to calm like Absorb them it depends what it was. There was a lot that I was able to. Fully understand. Absorb was very much into but things like I couldn't tell time I didn't understand clock. Be Looking for a clock right now with a math I'm directionally challenged instill like I have. I still have no not like that. But like is that North or South I just I. It's very different for me And there are a lot of people who have the same disability where you it's not like you're dyslexic but you have trouble. And you flip things. It's so my whole life. My goal was to appear to be like everyone else. Which fucks with you and you're trying to be like everyone no one else and not yourself so that now is an adults? I still struggle with people. I don't want them to think of me differently but at the same time I want to be who I. It's it's a weird thing definitely molded me. In a way that I'm insecure about stuff. I have social anxiety people all right. So here's the thing though. I feel though when you are in something you're like like for instance if I go to premier or if I had to take picture. I'm uncomfortable what I do. Is I jump into some mechanism character just to make myself come to. I'm GONNA do it. I can so I could be comfortable because I'm not going to let this takeover but there are those times when then I'm just like I get through it and I feel good announced okay. I'm okay now. Do you feel like when you go to a premier. You do these things like I don't want to be here. I don't like there's no. There's a moment really connect with someone. I'm good now. That person saved me in a way. I like them I would say for myself. It's similar in that. I need to put on a character not a character but they just can't be myself and I'm not like you whereas the characters loud how in has energy mike character is like just calmly get through this put on my like Sasho fierce version of myself and the first thing when I go into an event is like I want to figure out how to leave as soon as possible. You want to just get out of there. I want to find the quickest exit and it doesn't doesn't really matter what the event is or you know who I know there. It's it's a job you feel like you belong no. I don't think anybody does though do you. I have been fighting through with this long time where I just never feel comfortable with WHO I am. I never feel like I'm accepted. I never and Joel the Trivia. WHO's on this show yesterday? He's a Brooklyn nine old friend of mine. He starts saying you have to stop it. Would he does now because he always felt like he didn't belong. And that's how I've always felt he's like but you're here which means you belong. Stop Get out of your way. It doesn't matter if you're around people that you think are oh they're bigger stars or this you belong where you are see. It's crazy to me that you think you don't belong because it's crazy I don't belong but I would say I've been very open about that like I'm introverted. I talk about that whereas you come across as someone who's comfortable in every situation you walk in a room you're the loudest guy now. I understand that that's year sandy mechanism. which is crazy? I think I shut down and you rev up to survive that's interesting. Yeah Ryan's nodding like like you fucking now Ryan. Don't talk to me. I sat down to. Yeah like right now. Shutting down me shutting down. Yeah see three guys. You guys don't fight more than three guard. Kid Right inside of you is brought to you by sleep number. Stop Stop folks. You're talking to some dude who's had seven spine surgeries and I know a comfort is and no other bed has helped me out like sleepnumber period. The end a sleep number bed has done everything for me. If you're thinking about getting a bed quit wasting your money and other stuff. SLEEPNUMBER Allows me to adjust on each side of the bed and since I'm single well most of my life I could put it at eighty five which is pretty nice and stiff and I can put it in a Nice twenty-five own asleep on a cloud I tend to roll back and forth to Haege side of the bed throughout the night. I also have this What do you call it just brings you up? You know it's a button. It is to an upright position meditate in warning. I think that's the the legal term for it is. That's what I'm GONNA call it because this is my personal experience..

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"laura y" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Fifty times because we used to shoot on parenthood at this hospital oh down there and and i would take crenshaw to work many mornings and then home ever driven by it were the signers and i would have to pull all this oh it's hard to resist can't drive by one of those if it says hot i think most people you know what they should just put that sign on yeah 'cause they're gonna get so much more our business i mean they have so much integrity those crispy cream what if i'm hamburger chains did that was like the the hamburgers are hot now they're the hamburgers are hot right now normally they're just room temp laugh yeah yeah speaking of hamburgers another great malcolm glad while episode of revisionist business history podcast is about mcdonald's sodhi and the french fries and how they'd had to change their recipe in the nineties early early nineties nineties because there was a guy forget his name who he had a really bad heart attack at a young age and he basically went on a crusade against i lots of fats saturated saturated fats and you know eat the fries used to have beef tallow is to be made in beef tallow fried and beef tallow and now they're not and they do this experiment where they're bringing these millennials and make aac with the beef tallow and then they make them how they are made now with vegetable oil i think yeah and it's just like consensus is just so much better tasting with the beef tallow how can go the other way like oh there's going to be like proof that whatever you raised on i two but turns out no it's just objectively much much much better tasting fuck i wish i could get and i've never had one that's what he was saying he was like these millennials have never had the original recipe it's funny now that you say this because i thought i had this utopian view of my childhood but i do remember the fries tasty better yeah yeah yeah they actually were a different i think it changed in nineteen ninety can't we open up a beef tell of french fry really bad it's horrible for you but it just once a month among well that's something he mentioned to he said originally there was like one size of fry and it was small bright two point something ounces and now i'm i'm getting these numbers wrong to say sound like you and now the large fries like five ounce double the amount that you you know it's so damn good people were like make these bigger but no now they're worse that was his point it used to be something a reasonable portion good insanely large unreasonable amount and it's a not as good of a product interesting mill glad ios podcast is it's better it's better than ours it's the best pot cam oh speaking of that is coming full circle logically lee rational then posted about us talking about them on there and i was delighted to see that graham um you forwarded me or they've now heard us talk about them and we've heard them talk about us and where will it go to me it's gaining momentum i can't wait to see where this lead self accelerating phenomenon it's flop gaining momentum despite resistance and let's bruce young where it goes shall we start playing like some kind of weird game like we should start something and then they'll finish it on their almost like an improv like people who never done improv there's this thing called like three words story oh that's a great look play right now okay the farmer always oh i'm i've not played that ever know we play her in a big circle and then we go round we say one word one word story as than there's three words store same thing so what kind ah always ate peanuts for his migraines which are excruciatingly bad he called his mom uh-huh yesterday and asked her to poop out a small pill that would oh how long aw i lost but i wonder if we could start a story with them let's do it so how about the three of us say a word to start the three word story three words of six nine okay so we'll each three words this off monaco okay tomorrow in yugoslavia via the prince shell pick no that was four years here's improv training i can't count the four started gal i liked that though christmas day ain't what it used to be because hokke day when it used to be because right so logically irrational i hope you're hearing this and you will give us six more words because there's two of them they might have an engineer or something we don't know about that's true him opera her up okay ellen skit nine words back then we'll publish this alcohol random house if we could get an advance and then more donate all the money to my get dax a ferrari sorry fund donate it to the robin monica house fund better okay i guess you guys need homes more than i need a ferrari although ferrari i have a model ferrari of an f. f. that you've got for christmas last year and i cherish it then we went on vacation this year to tyranny and there was an f. f. in the parking lot member and i got stiff as a board award light as a feather in stiff aboard oh wow all right laura laura okay so the max plank institute you is it part of yohannes gutenberg university i don't think so the max planck society for the advancement of science is a formerly independent non on governmental and nonprofit association of german research institutes founded in nineteen eleven as the kaiser wilhelm society and renamed the max planck society in nineteen in forty-eight in honor of its former president theoretical physicist max plank the society is funded by the federal and state governments of germany the organization was established in nineteen eighteen eleven as the kaiser wilhelm society non-governmental research organization named for the german emperor the k. w. g. was one of the world's leading research organizations its board of directors directors included scientists like oh einstein wall tyneside yes so i don't see anything about johannes gutenberg university but anyway this is a very fancy place okay so i thought that her hometown city the city of martial or she's he's from marshall texas i thought it was from the movie we are marshall and it's not holds no no this isn't about football it's about in nineteen eighteen seventy marshall university in west virginia when a plane crash claimed the lives of seventy five of the school's football players staff members and boosters i you know it's funny i don't remember that being a part of the movie at all what do you make a movie about everyone passing a tragedy maybe the movie the is about after i can't remember anything except matthew mcconaughey was in it go pick up carry all oh wow algan honor them we're going to do our best we're gonna win every football game and we are going to win because we are marshals no no that's how it went we are marshall bozo bows and arrows we will not be defeated by this we will perf surveyor surveyor and we will win because we are a martial oh i get to good impression the sometimes it's better than others and that was one of six that was good i thought it was good that was a nice impression banks can you be you again okay yeah hi fi even welcome back it's fun to be him for a minute yeah so positive it's incredible he's such zeal for life sure here's a guy who would with he can party with the best of them and then wakes up at five in the morning runs like twelve miles short an appetite for live because i said you have some constitution honey and he said some of my best workouts pushing through that wall breaking through that hangover last exploding exploding i don't know if he said exploding paraphrase the way what is your mid workout and exploded in your slacks credit habit happens wants to people because they're seen we've we've shared photos back and forth of athletes with an era with erections while they're performing shore it's not i don't want to say it's common but it's but it happens enough that there's photos of it i think has blood flow blood flow that's nate's theories like you just turn on all the the floodgates to to engorge your quadriceps install all your muscles you're just draining the upper half of your body sending all the blood down there and then now peanuts gets caught up in the tidal wave i think what is happening yeah i thought it was more like an emotional thing like your fucking finally doing it you've been training your whole life and you're about to cross the finish line in urine i in your dick just gets hard from the excitement now i don't think so because it's not it's not sexual i know i've told you my story about getting the moped when i was a kid do you remember the story aurea visiting my dad's for the weekend and he said hey if you clean the garage i'll take you to anderson's honda we can look at sprees and i was like oh oh yeah i mean it would have been just enough for me to look at them that i was willing to clean the garage went out there to circling the garage and the fucking spree was sitting that story me too it was such a sweet thing such an i hopped on it immediately just started writing around the neighborhood and i did not stop writing till i ran out of gas and i was fully engorged the whole ride i had a i had a screaming.

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"laura y" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Dollars on stem cells then that's your prerogative it's your project to do what you wanna do but at least she'll be informed informed and that's what i wanted people to be informed after dr death i realized the size of the audience that something could reach that an audience story like that could reach i wanted to tell a story another story that i thought could help people and i thought could inform people and empower people with the information and i realized after dr death ah the reach of that because there's been great print reporting on the unapproved stem cell industry and there've been some really good stories about it but a podcast i thought could read a lot a bigger audience and a lot different audience and if i just had a narrative vehicle come for the story stay for the information for their you're looking for a great delivery revis for urine right and so when this incident happened in texas with the bad stem cells i thought you looking into what happened and why it happened and what this says about the stem cell industry could really help a lot of people who is the total impact of just that texas clinic there were only a handful of patients in texas but the bad batch of stem cells went nationwide i don't think we're clear exactly how many people were infected it did because it turns out that there had been some incidents of infection before that that we're kind of under the radar so one of the extraordinary things that happened with the case in texas without giving too much away is there may have been curing some infections happening but nobody connected the dots but suddenly on this one day a in september you had three people from the same clinic in the same hospital on the same day and that is what drew attention to the fact that that was the larger problem and if that hadn't happened yeah do you think so many of these stories that get uncovered yet had that been spaced stop by even three weeks known of connected the dots now there's probably tons of things like that and who knows how long it would have gone on you know they all happen to read the same column in the local newspaper touting the cells right isn't that where we gotta be careful especially like medical journalism mike i think about it even when there's been a couple of great podcasts on crisper it's incredibly enticing exotic idea editing jeans and the future future of that but people have to be cautious when they're reporting on this stuff to keep driving home how far out that is as we've moved away from the print journalism and into online journalism which is driven by clicks i feel like the headline has gotten more and more and more provocative or more and more promising whether it's overly optimistic or overly pessimistic like the gray area is not doesn't seem as capable so i've found a lot of times the sensational headline and the whatever you know that's it's coming a lot of times from people who don't do it all the time right often to be the person who wrote the story is doesn't write the headline oh that's true probably someone someone afford me something that i or something about my wife and i and i'll think how the fuck are they putting that in a headline we didn't say that and i go to the article it is just the normal article we cooperated in ended an interview and that's not even said inside the article was like an extrapolation someone wrote this headline of yeah when i was in anticipate you'd never write your own headlines right so yeah that's troubling yeah you don't write your own headlines and you know sometimes you can see him ahead of time sometimes you own magazines is different because you'll see a galley of the headline in them in instances where all say hey to misleading yeah i don't like that headline and you don't have final say but you have a lot of influence obviously.

"laura y" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"laura y" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Laura beale we've talked about dr death on here bunch it's definitely our favorite podcasts last year incredibly and when we wanna podcast award we promptly said that they should have one right so we have laura beale the journalist behind dr death she's a journalist with more than twenty years of experience and health and science writing and she has a new podcast called bad batch she's also danged alicia tasty she's awesome we don't regularly get to to talk with a real hound dog journal yeah it's true it was really cool LS now as far as thanksgiving leaving can't tell me well i just wanna give thanks let's give give thanks for my family without them i just don't know what joy exists in my life i'm grateful for this podcast most i'm grateful that i'm i'm healthy complain about certain things arthritis and everything but that's bulls that's nothing yeah that's true big fucking warp what are you for i'm grateful for grateful that we're going to get a new charlie calendar soon dan yeah i look forward to that all those things are friendship circle berry that's my number one other my family community yeah yeah everywhere we go it's like it doesn't matter where we go it's just all about who you're with and we are with the most fun people and i am filled with so much joy join love because all of them me too yeah very grateful for you a little less grateful for wabe.`y but very grateful lobby rob what are you grateful form guys thanks and calvin natalie calvin coolidge boys got a real cute little bronco he does alvin elven coolidge calvin coolidge a positive man in history we didn't name him after him well for the record yeah well they are we are you sure attractively be named after him anyways happy thanksgiving everyone's having a wonderful time with their family and a lot of we are supported by mrs feel oh my goodness monaco uh-huh loves monica loves cookies tied with my gloves boys and if you've ever looked at my face and thought wow i wish that was on a cookie well then you are in luck because this says fields is making the coolest armchair expert cookies we have a big ten of a bunch of reading them yesterday they are so good and they're really cute like they did a great job printing our stuff on there the world's renowned makers of those fresh baked gooey chocolate chip cookies melt in your mouth brownies that we all love off mrs fields is making exclusive limited time only you love that we're monaco armchair expert theme cookies just for arm cherries there are ones with my phase is one with the podcast art work ones with cherries and more they're also supporting a great charity with your order you'll get a ten of these custom cookies baked fresh daily and sent right to your door and mrs fields will donate eighteen twenty percent of your purchase to toys for tots i love this talk about dang win win win win win so get something tasty for yourself or fellow arm cherry airy you'll be delicious cookies and making sure that a kid in need has a present unwrap on christmas what could be sweeter than that to get your armchair expert cookies and make a kid smile on christmas morning go to mrs this is fields dot com and enter promo code armchair remember twenty percent of every purchase of an armchair expert ten of cookies goes right over toys for tots but only when you use promo code armchair mrs fields dot com promo code armchair let's see how much we can raise.

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