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The Dan Bongino Show
Mayor Eric Adams Wants Intervention Over Prosecution on Retail Theft
"I swear on my life man I thought this was a joke when I saw this I had to look it up twice I someone sent me this screenshot from Fox 5 I guess Fox New York it's a screenshot Oh that was you That was you on show prep Okay I didn't know I never know who it is for some reason We got this show prep email And Jim sent this screenshot from Fox 5 New York and I'm telling you of a laxum lady style I am totally telling you I thought this was a joke I'm telling you I thought it was a joke Here is Eric Adams Former cops policy are proposal to quote crack down on shoplifting for New York City Give first time offenders intervention programs instead of prosecution Yeah that's gonna work out great Sir you just sold $7000 of lipstick from Walgreens You wanna see this intervention guy What the hell is the intervention guy gonna say Sorry Why did you need 7000 sticks ellipse Are you gender confused No I just want to resell them online to make money because you idiots love me Oh you take the intervention's gonna clean that up What's the intervention guy going to do Wait it gets better This is like the least of the dumb ideas Eric Adams Eric Adams Deescalation training for retail employees Sir sir Please put the 7000 lipstick miles you're going to sell Sir sir Maybe Leslie stahl can get a sign Maybe she could do it Maybe she can do the deescalation Sir I'm here to deescalate would you please consider taking the garbage bag of thousands of dollars in materials you just stole in front of all of us and placing them back on the shelves
The Dan Bongino Show
Focus Group Member Destroys CNN Over Biased Coverage
"Here's this focus group audio CNN stepping on a rake ago right in the face They do a focus group answer and say oh my gosh this is president He just can't stop talking about 2020 What do you think mister focus group guy The answer here is priceless Somebody give this guy a Pulitzer check this out Is it bother you that he keeps talking about 2020 and not 2024 I'll ask you First this is Jonathan Leslie He's 40 Republican voted for Trump twice How do you feel about those lies So I feel like part of it's also the media narrative as you guys asked him the first question at the town hall about the 2020 election Rather than current stuff So don't you think it's time for me to start talking about 2024 not lies that aren't true Good in the media asking the question about 2024 Well there were questions but you're right That was the first thing but that's something that was on our mind And that's why I was asked first Not only getting wrecked by Trump see it on getting wrecked by the focus group members Well couldn't you just ask them a question about 2024 The guy's like did you hear Mike Yeah I guess we could have
Asian American History 101
"leslie" Discussed on Asian American History 101
"You're listening to Asian American history one O one, a podcast about Asian American history from generally known historical happenings to the deeper cuts that we don't hear about in school, where your hosts, Jen and Ted, the daughter and father team. Welcome to season three episode 5. A few episodes ago in this season, episode three, we talked about the history of the Kim loo sisters. They were among the early pioneers in Asian Americans in entertainment, opening eyes to the talents of Asian Americans and normalizing a community that had been discriminated against to the point of being banned in the country. To learn more about them, we highly recommend listening to that episode or reading the amazing book just us girls. The Kim loo sisters by Leslie Lee. And, speaking of Leslie Lee, she's our special guest today, Leslie is an author playwright and documentary filmmaker, and she happens to be the daughter of genet, the third sister in the Kim loo sisters. In addition to working on the documentary of the Kimmy's, she authored bittersweet as well as daughter of heaven, a memoir with earthly recipes. She also created some plays for a community theater that have been published as enter the dragon. She took time out of her busy schedule to share more about the Kim loo sisters, her novels, what she's currently working on, and so much more. Please enjoy the conversation. Welcome to our podcast. Thank you for taking time to be on our show. Thank you, sir. Very much for inviting me. We have a lot of things that we'd like to talk to you about. But for our audience, let's just begin with a quick introduction of who you are and what you do. Okay, my name is Leslie Lee. I am a writer. And a debut filmmaker. That's really about it. The film is a documentary about the Kim loo sisters. It is called for now that Kim loose sisters, and it is about a girl group that was very popular in the 1930s and 40s. And they were the first Asian American act to star in Broadway musical reviews. It's so exciting. We're going to first focus on the Kim leu sisters. What was life like with your mom Jeanette, the third sister in the Kimmy's, and I mean, we're thinking lots of nights with singing and music. Actually, my mother, she was a housewife. She was a mother, and that's how I knew her for many years. And I started getting the idea that something was a little bit different with my mother, because she would, for example, start tap dancing when she was waxing the kitchen floor. When she was with her sisters, when we met for Christmas or Easter dinner, and they were in the kitchen doing all the work, they would break into four part harmony. I thought that was kind of unusual, but I really didn't think that much about it. Until I started going through their photo albums and what's this mom? What's this picture? Look at you. When you were like 19, 20 years old and look at your sisters, you're wearing these costumes. I said, oh yes, we were on the stage at one time. I let it go at that. And then many years later, I started to think about, well, where on stage and what did you do? And that was the beginning. It took many years before I really, really got into the idea of finding out what who was she before she was a wife and mother. And that was the beginning of the process of learning about the Kim loo sisters, and who my mother and my aunts were. So let's talk about that process.
AP News Radio
Oscar snubs, surprises: No female directors, 'Babylon' bust
"While everything everywhere all at once was predicted to be a big nominee for the Oscars, and it got 11. There are some surprises that come with the nominations. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. In the world. Actors who appear in the Marvel Universe films never get nominated for an Oscar until now. Angela Bassett is up for supporting actress for her role in Black Panther, Wakanda forever. They will not stop into the whole of Africa is passed. The woman king was shout out completely from the nominations, no women were nominated for best director. I won the lottery. I was the one who won the lottery. How could intra rice bro get nominated for best actress? She was in a little scene film called two Leslie, riseborough benefited from a last minute celebrity campaign to draw attention to her work.
AP News Radio
Officials: Woman charged with voting in Florida and Alaska
"A South Florida woman was put in jail accused of voting in the states of Florida and Alaska for the past several years Authorities say 55 year old Cheryl and Leslie a registered Democrat in Palm Beach county voted in person in Florida in 2020 and by absentee ballot in Alaska She told investigators she's a traveling healthcare worker but they say she also double voted in the previous three elections There were also four recent arrests on voter fraud charges in the villages community which is notoriously Republican Florida's governor pushed lawmakers to pass an election police bill without showing any evidence of widespread fraud I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
LAPD captain warned CBS about Les Moonves sexual assault claim, NY attorney general says
"CBS and his former president Leslie moonves have reached an agreement with the New York attorney general's office which says the network's executives conspired with a Los Angeles Police captain to hide sexual assault allegations against moonves I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Under the agreement CBS and Leslie moonves will pay $33 million to shareholders with CBS paying $6 million for sexual harassment programs The office of New York attorney general letitia James says the police captain which the LAPD later identified as Corey palka tipped off CBS about a woman's report about moonves allegedly sexually assaulting her in the 1980s James office says at least one CBS executive sold millions of dollars of stock before
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
'National Treasure' Leslie Jordan Dies
"Later up in a hospital and they found out what was wrong with her because one day she left a supermarket driving like she always did and she crashed into a pole and they took it to the hospital. She blacked out in the car and they found out that she was sick with cancer. And they discovered, you know, breast cancer, then it spread to her brain, which is kind of common and cancerous a sneaky motherfucker we all know that. It's everywhere in my family. I'm sure it's everywhere in your family, too. My parents, my sister, my aunts, my brother in law, but for some reason, I don't think that's going to be what takes me. I don't know. I always foresaw some kind of stroke or heart attack as the thing that takes me. I'm just putting this out there, you know, in the public arena. can go, oh no, AJ said, you're going to die of a stroke or a heart attack. That's why I took myself to the hospital last week. But now with the COVID vaccinations and the boosters, who the hell knows? What's going to take any of us? Who knows? I mean, all we read about is people dying young and playing football even home and he died a cheerleader was spinning dead. I mean, it's constant. It's constant. Somebody wrote on deadline about Leslie Jordan the world is a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan. Not only was he a mega talent and a joy to work with, but he provided an emotional sanctuary to the nation and one of the most difficult times. Apparently, and I didn't look at these things until yesterday. He was doing things on Instagram. He was doing these Instagram lives that helped people during the pandemic. I don't know. I didn't really watch it. I'll talk more about it tomorrow, I guess, but yeah, people are all torn apart because Leslie Jordan is dead. Again, I don't want to make I'm not trying to make it less than it is. It's a horrible thing that a man died. But this part of me that thinks, oh Christ, forgive me for saying this. This part of me that thinks if he was straight, the outpouring of emotion wouldn't be the same. Because all I'm reading are people who are obviously in tune with, you know, loving the fact that a gay man died and he was so emotional and so this and that, but I think if Leslie Jordan merged straight man who was a character actor like he was, I don't think the outpouring of a Mueller would be nearly the same. But because he was clear, we all got act like it was the worst fucking thing in the world yesterday. I just can't get there. I can't get there. I'm sorry. I can't get there. Anyhow, that's it. I know this show went in many different directions that happens sometimes, but what can I tell you? What can I tell you? You don't pay for the shell, so I'm gonna apologize to you. I'm only kidding. I love you. I'm
AP News Radio
Leslie Jordan, versatile Emmy-winning actor, dies at 67
"Character actor Leslie Jordan has died in a single car crash in Los Angeles according to the Los Angeles Times and celebrity website TMZ Jordan was 67 a march east are a letter with a look at his career Leslie Jordan won an Emmy in 2005 for playing Beverly Leslie on Will & Grace He also was a recurring character on call me Kat and appeared on the cool kids and in various roles on American Horror Story Oh it's exhausting being viral Jordan became an unexpected Instagram celebrity when the pandemic hit He posted videos from his home in Tennessee telling stories about himself it led to Jordan writing a new book called how y'all doing and recording a gospel album called companies coming that featured Dolly Parton Chris Stapleton and Eddie Vedder
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Republican Women, Dreaming in Color
"Kevin, one of the things that you have done that is so impressive is the number of women and people of color that you have recruited and women of color that you have recruited to run around the country. And I took a lot of your house candidates to the border in August. It was really hot. Next time I'm going to choose a different month to go to the border. But I have been so impressed with women like Jennifer Ruth green in Indiana one. Myra Flores Cassie Garcia. Tell me, how did you get so many amazing women in this cycle to run for office? You know, I give them all the credit that they're really, they watched a country change before their eyes and they said they would do nothing. I try to encourage am I trying to help them engage even in primaries to help them. Just yesterday I was with a couple of those stars that I think one was really Jin kings in Virginia. She's great. A navy helicopter veteran, her husband flies at F three F-18. She's a nurse practitioner. She's a state senator. She is so impressive. And Leslie Vega last night, I was with as well. Here she would be the first el salvadorian elected to Congress. But you look at my floor as you talked about. The first Mexican born woman ever elected to Congress in a seat that's 84% Hispanic that Republicans haven't had in a hundred years. She's got a stronger message than you look at Monica de la Cruz, taffy right there. We could actually have not beforehand we had never elected a Republican Latina from Texas, but elect three this trio is just amazing and so strong. But you brought up Jennifer Ruth green. I was just with her last week. An air force academy graduate just impressive Democrats didn't even think the seat was competitive. She is in the game in Indiana and just really the future of what you're looking at.
AP News Radio
Florida's island dwellers dig out from Ian's destruction
"The devastation wrought by hurricane Ian on Florida's islands is still coming into focus Power pole snapped in half There are palm trees laying on top of home AP correspondent Steven Smith arrived on Florida's pine island to find widespread hurricane damage Lack of cleanliness items lack of water lack of gas Piles of rubble and debris replaced many of pine island's homes the storm washed out the island's causeway Florida governor Ron DeSantis said the state will aid in restoring the bridge and electricity deliver food and supplies and help reopen the island's supermarket J pick came to pine island in May to help his in loss Cut off no communication no ice no water There's water coming now So we know we're good as far as that Propane fuel shortages people steal and generators Resident Leslie Arias was serving food provided by world central kitchen It's a wonderful thing to see how the community has come together I'm Jennifer King
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Tiffany Haddish Has Had a Bad Year
"Tiffany Harris has had a bad two years. I think last year she was arrested. No, it's this year. This past year she was arrested in January for driving under the influence while she was in Georgia filming a dopey Disney movie haunted mansion, she posted this $1666 bond and left, she's been joking about a 200 comedy act. You know, it's funny to be high on weed or drinking when you drive it. It's funny because you're a celebrity. Something tells me the last three numbers in her bond 6 6 6 should have told her that should have been a warning. I would have paid 1667 happily. Tiffany hash is somebody I've said repeatedly, I don't like, I don't see the big thing in her. I really couldn't stand what she shaved her head. I don't like the mole on her face. I take it off if I were her? She just doesn't knock me over with comedy. I think she hit at the right time, like Leslie Jones, and suddenly these people are not really that funny who only know how to do the angry black girl, get to be in every movie and multiple TV shows.
AP News Radio
Police: Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen human remains
"Police say a Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen human remains A Pennsylvania man has been charged with abuse of a corpse receiving stolen property and other charges after police say he allegedly tried to buy stolen human remains from an Arkansas woman for possible resale on Facebook a spokeswoman for the university of Arkansas for medical sciences and Little Rock confirmed that the remains were to be donated to the university's facilities Leslie Taylor says the remains were instead stolen by a female mortuary employee and sold 40 year old Jeremy Polly was arrested by police in east pennsboro township Pennsylvania on a Facebook page under his name Polly has posted pictures of bags and stacks of femurs and has a page he uses to market body parts Investigators allege the poly arranged to pay the Arkansas woman $4000 for the body parts through Facebook Messenger I'm Lisa dwyer
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why Doesn't the Alabama AG Start an Investigation Into Hunter Biden?
"Times dot com writes Hunter Biden probe reaches into Arkansas, according to lawyer in paternity case. The New York Times reports today on the continuing investigation of Hunter Biden. The president's son, key news today, he paid a federal tax bill, which might be a factor in which he could face any criminal consequences in an investigation that began during the Obama administration. So it's a federal investigation invited investigating Hunter Biden. They're doing that obviously in a way to try to remove Hunter Biden, but here's a question, why is the attorney general of Arkansas? What's her name Leslie Rutledge, probably a nice person. She seems really sweet. Why does she not have an active criminal investigation into Hunter Biden? Now you might say, well, Charlie, that's not very fair. We don't do stuff like that. Well, they're only going to continue. They will audit you, they will try to bankrupt your business. They will go after a small business until they realize there is a price to this nonsense. Go read Machiavelli understand their Bible, power can only be checked with power. I don't like talking like this. I wish we could have a big argument about it and a big debate that America is over.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Warner Brothers' 'Bean Counters' Scrap Batgirl
"Warner Brothers scrapped batgirl and the Scooby-Doo movie Scoob!. Holiday haunt. Which, I don't know who the hell's gonna see that movie outside of your young kids, but this cancellation by Warner Brothers, these were made for HBO Max streaming movies and they were both scrapped. And that came as a shock to the town. Then there are several schools of thought here, but this move announced to a big rejection of WarnerMedia's strategy to make original $70 million live action and animated films directly for HBO Max. So the makers of batgirl, live action batgirl, and the animated Scoob!, they found out the other day that those films were being stopped in their tracks, the timing is really weird and awkward for batgirl that directors ideal are being Bilal fala, both in Morocco for one of their weddings. How's that for a wedding gift? Your movie's not gonna be aired with scrapping, it's done. Forget all the work that you did the last year and a half. And they are expected to return to the cutting room and continue to work on this film, but no, so them Leslie grace the star, J. K. Simmons, Brandon Fraser, and Michael Keaton as Batman, all that work down the tubes. They got paid, but still. Initially, there were cries that the scrapping of batgirl was bad optics because the title role is played by a Latina. Doesn't look that when you scrap a movie with a Latina in the lead. But there were reasons for the move and in both cases the filmmakers would tell that it came down to a purchasing accounting maneuver available to Warner Brothers discovery because the company had changed hands and also changed strategies from the previous regime. This always happens. It's a pain in the ass. I hate when creativity is killed off by the bean counters upstairs.
AP News Radio
Warner Bros. axes 'Batgirl,' won’t release $90M HBO Max film
"What if they made a Hollywood movie but decided not to let anyone see it Think of it as a potential blockbuster that won't ever make it to a block near you Warner Brothers has decided to spike the batgirl movie was planning for HBO Max That means instead of releasing it on streaming or in theaters Warner will simply eat the cost of the $90 million movie It was to star in the heights star Leslie grace as batgirl and costar Michael Keaton as Batman This is an almost unheard of move in Hollywood Look at it this way Consider the worst movie you ever saw And then think how bad studio exits felt that batgirl must be for them to decide that it should never see the light of day I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
AP News Radio
Hidden Van Gogh self-portrait discovered behind another painting
"A previously unknown self portrait of Vincent van Gogh has been discovered behind another of van Gogh's paintings Leslie Stevenson with the national galleries of Scotland was in the room when an x-ray was taken of van Gogh's head of a peasant woman She called her boss Francis fowl She said she was absolutely bowled over which he saw it She immediately recognized it was a self portrait by van Gogh The portrait shows a bearded sitter in a brimmed hat It must be an early work the left ear is clearly visible van Gogh famously cut his off in 1888 to make sure it's the real thing they called the van Gogh museum As it turns out they've actually got 5 examples in their collection Art critic tabish Kahn says van Gogh was known for turning canvases around and painting on the other side They do one underdrawing than this side or I don't like it or they flip the canvas over and paint on the other side That's quite a natural part
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Restrictions in New York
"The big news yesterday, of course, Supreme Court said that the Second Amendment oddly means what it says. It's a plane reading. I was on with special report last night with Brett bear joined by the estimable Molly Hemingway and Leslie Marshall and got asked out of the box explain it and it's a 136 pages, but I did this in 53 seconds, cut number 22. You significant, this gun ruling today, the impact nationwide. Well, there are 6 other states brat that have the same sort of regime about issuing permits that New York State does, a regime that was struck down as unconstitutional under the plain language of the Second Amendment today. Justice Alito, he wrote a concurring opinion, 6 judges, 6 justices agreed and justice Thomas wrote the majority opinion, but justice later said, look, what we're deciding today is very simply put. Americans have the right to go out of their house and carry their weapon in self defense. They don't have to beg a bureaucrat to get that permit. And 43 states already agree with that. The 7 states who have asked me may give you the permit regimes, their laws are unconstitutional. No one should be surprised by this. It's been ten years coming and being made explicit, but it's not a surprise.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Listener Leslie Calls Mike Gallagher a RINO via Email
Mike Gallagher Podcast
There's Nothing Democratic About the Democrats
"Leslie sent me an email. Very angry. At my suggestion that we Republicans stick together through November, please. We got to beat this dastardly bunch of Democrats, they are the most undemocratic. That's why I never try to say democratic. Because there's nothing democratic about the Democrats. They're un American, they seem to hate this country and they're doing everything they can to create crisis and damage and destruction in the United States. And we got to beat him. We got to start by firing speaker Nancy Pelosi. Nothing makes me happier. Than to see that shrew defeated. Nothing. I want her with her smirk and her oversized gavel and her ripping up Trump's speech and her pontificating about American values. I want nothing more than to see her defeated. Come November,
The Mom Room
"leslie" Discussed on The Mom Room
"And stuff, they grab everything. So it's like, you can't be so relaxed, just thinking, oh, all their stuff is protected. 'cause it's all the stuff in the house. So I always encourage parents to do a sweep of their home and know what utilizes batteries, but especially what uses lithium clean batteries or button batteries, especially I remember I had one long reach out to me on Instagram and she had hearing aids and she would leave the small, those ones used button batteries that are equally as damaging. And she would leave them just on the counter. And she didn't know. She needed her hearing aids to hear, right? And she didn't realize that how dangerous those were just being left laying on the countertop or what have you, somewhere where the child can easily access it. Oh, well, I hope people listening do like a sweep of the house and just, you know, see what items are lying around all the time. Just take note of what you have in the open spaces that your kids can just easily grab. And I do not buy those musical cards anymore. So honestly, I grew up on those, and I really do see their allure. In my humble opinion, obviously after I've been through, it's not worth it. Oh God, no. Oh my God, no. I'll sing and dance myself. Because the reality is, even if, you know, with children, you can not be everywhere all the time, and the reality is even if you're like locked in on them. Your move for like, I just move for one minute. And it's that one minute that all chaos ensues. Totally. Well, okay, we're nearing the end of the episode, but I thought you could let people know where they can find you online and also do you have anything, any projects coming up? Are you working on anything and how can they support, I guess, just having conversations with your Friends that have kids, like just retell this story, follow Leslie. But yes, where can people find you online and how can they be supportive? Online, you can find me at Leslie bang Gamba on Instagram and on Facebook. And on TikTok, I'm fine on TikTok, okay? We don't make it. We're not too serious on TikTok. I really let my personality show on this. So we're gonna have a good time, and it's my mom release moments. And also, I have my blog, WW dot, Leslie banga dot com. I requested upcoming projects. I do. I actually am working on a documentary about our story to further raise awareness..
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"leslie" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"People we're becoming a nation of specialists, which means that the more specialized your company's expertise is the better. And I think that's far more important than having money. That was lovely Leslie. And fire nation, as you know, we'll be talking about the brain behind the brand. So before we really do dive in, Leslie, what makes you an expert in this field? I started out in brand management at top blue chip companies like Procter & Gamble. And my ideas were different from everyone else's. I maintained that the subconscious mind was driving customers decisions. But my ideas were pretty much dismissed back then. I'll give you a great example. I was working on the Johnson's baby business and sales were down. The advertising was generic moms and babies, just wallpaper. But I had noticed the dads were getting more involved in caregiving, going to soccer games changing diapers. And when a man walked down the street, pushing a baby carriage, mom's head would turn. So by marched into my boss's office and said, let's put the first father in a Johnson's baby shampoo commercial. And he said, you're crazy. It's moms that still buy these products, not dads. And this isn't showing up in any of the 30 research studies we've done. But I kept on advocating. And that year I got my performance review. Leslie, it's too passionate about putting fathers in advertising, and this is an executional concern, not a strategic one. Well, this was like a knife in my heart. But I knew I was right. So I didn't stop. And I think they finally relented just to make me leave them alone. They put the first father in a Johnson's baby shampoo commercial, and guess what happened? It was the highest scoring ad in the company's history. Sales took off. I had discovered my first trigger. Direct connection between the unconscious mind of the customer and revenue growth..
One Life Radio Podcast
"leslie" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Radio this is burned out with junior in the mix and leslie manoukian. She is the president and founder of the health. Freedom defense fund a nonprofit which seeks to rectify health injustice through education advocacy and legal challenges. I'm still in shock from what you said before we went to break leslie It just it's incredible the you you have so much knowledge about this. Such incredible knowledge. How did how did you. How did you learn all this. I mean i know from reading and just listening and watching. But i don't know you just have an incredible mind. I'm i know everybody out. There listening is just incredibly with what you have to say. You're so sweet bernadette. Thank you know i need. I'm so i was working wall street. And i heard. Ceo of one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world. One of the kovic shot producers Tell me that his new drug we and we own a bunch of this company okay. Uh-huh and it was my job to interview the and and cfo's and people are indeed leaders and investor relations persons to decide whether or not we would invest in companies iran our european growth portfolio management business idolize capital and so in that process. I would meet all these. Ceo's and i have the c. e. o. of one of the biggest pharmaceutical makers in the world come in and tell me that they're blocked this buster drug that we were betting on okay was going to kill some people literally. These are his words. I'm paraphrasing but you know it's going to make us put a blackbox one another pathogen says. Hey a few people died but we still think we'll be able to do seven billion in peak sales and i was just like. Oh my gosh my gosh. i am just so It ripped the veil right. It doesn't help me to wake up. That i would like on the wrong team and so i started.
The Culture Soup Podcast
"leslie" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"And then i start with low hanging fruit. And i build up and i make sure that the conversation with the staff there updated along the way. Yes we just heard this. This is what we're learning comes to changes but executed the accountable and that shift mindshift. You can't have a harsh shift if your mind is there. We can want something all day but once you get it then you're like oh that's not what i want it but if your mind is ready to accept it then your heart will normally follow along and you know what i don't need your heart to follow along. I need your mind shift to understand if you're someone that's like. What's the bottom line. Teach you to have the my shift and how this will benefit your bottom line at the conversation with someone. I only fuzzy's app. I prefer didn't speak to them and allow the just speak to them and need to speak to them and you keep signing off on. Yes do you have to go in no clue you're dealing with so that it is authentic now one. Maybe the other person may be a little bit more warmer. Let them deliver. And so it's that balance of understanding leslie. I'm so proud of you in the work that you do in his much needed. And you know it's it's trendy right now to talk about deion i but you are taking the trend right out of it and making it meat and potatoes object. Most people find you online and follow his or does not work. I'm everywhere on at the kaba groups. Put the see a bu group leslie. You are always willing to combat. I am so thrilled that you came on and having this conversation with me is so important. Folks are listening. Thank you so much. Thank you so much reconnect. And like i said i'm proud of you as well. The closest podcast is a reduction. I've known as communication arts. Podcast is a registered trademark of no silos communications. L l c..
The Culture Soup Podcast
"leslie" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"All right. Everybody i'm so excited to have my friend of teams billion years leslie short on me. She is the president and founder of the causes out of new york city. Leslie it's so good forever has been what i'm so proud of you because we.
Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"leslie" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Is. That's a that's just side by most people ain't got problems that's autumn that's Say right there so wait you said you were pregnant otani. Her right manage time will win like i. I knew not. I saw my way. Give light man. Women are super zoom. Ran like that should really is. You don't really know until you situation but the childbearing thing in in just you know. Isn't that mental toughness though. I think that's the thing that drives us for the moms that return. I think about Allyson felix serena williams. You know were you just. It is what we've done so much of our more of our whole life. We've been playing our sport in at the top of your sport is really hard to stop in. Think like you're done because you're pregnant is like oh yeah. No other women have gone through this. I'm not the first mom like let's figure this out. We don't have this baby and nursing nursing under locker room you you know you've got a really is the thing that we go through so much in our bodies went through so much but the leverett a gaming Figure find a way to get back out there. We just we just got up to the dunkin. Kobe go to the hall of fame. How was your holiday fame experience when you got the call. You when the spurs were you flew. May i i was there so it was great to see Kobe Going into the whole thing as well k. g. was outstanding. Tim duncan and all all those men and women bigly cheese. Who else was in there. There was a the coach can. Mochi catch was amazing so anyway was so great. I'm so happy to be a part of that whole family of hall of famers. In to be really honest. I never even knew anything about the hall of fame. It was never anything on my radar at all When i retire. They're like you know it takes five years. In five years you get to be inducted. Bid on all the awards adding really get it Until you really go there and you see like hang out like this. It was major. And i was really thankful you know probably hardest things. What are you wearing but each school. You know i. I just said a speech that it was titled. I didn't get here. I didn't get your by myself. Is you know how to get along. It was just so many people my mom my sister gosh. My husband is the whole process. All my teammates. I've had some amazing teams. That has an amazing coaches and so to be inducted into the holiday. I know it's an individual reward but it really is. You can't get there without all the amazing people who support you. So i really give homage to everybody coaches in all other hall of famers said When they get in they really realize is kinda hit. Them is like they rewind from the first time. They grabbed the ball from our coaches teammates. All the way back to this point with it like kind parents for you like you. Just just go back to banda early days. All the way to so now the ups and downs. Yes i think. The biggest thing i think about is a my homegirl. Shea shaves her name. Says we play ball. I went to junior high compton and My first time going actually. I wasn't even abolish so listen. I played double dutch every day. And i was in drill team so i was like shaking dancing in the streets and jumping double that seven seven grade. I go and i'm like six. This is ridiculous because my daughter is six months she thirteen. I was six foot at twelve. So i go into middle school. Yeah was up. They're always going to middle school. An ear shea. You everybody calling shane. I'm like tangles shea. Like evaded hurt me like shea shea on the basketball team i'm like okay. Dad moment for me. Although god was pay attention. What but i'm like. Dan ought to be like saying like everybody basketball. No saying the guys the man. I was like man i wanna be. I wanna be that right. But between that in e saying i want to be the go to person. I want people to ball when the basket i seek its planet but it's just. It was shade for me so shared houses day and shay was such a nice girl like she was she was a baller like she was but she was kinda played. Like Do you think about. She was kind of like a person who you think. Kind of like a a strong carmelo. Anthony like like in the way she got buckets from everywhere. Six blocks your rebound. Yeah girl sears. Amazing but just seeing her was like i want to. I want people to know my name. I won't be able to be like who is that. There is like funny like that man. zoom you. This is the one of sophie's back as it is imagine. That's the big three coach of the year shelf. Like tell me how that experience. Because i as you know we played against doc. I played in the league and co's lieberman nasty while loved. Death was my coach. Seems the i wanna do you. Coaching men and women. No we'd love caused the minute. I was extremely proud to be part of that team. Is she coast in the help her be when a championship and of the house. Your experience coaching joan. All of those guys are already know kind of what you say. But it was great. It was great. The experience was great. You know again. I learned a lot Because i had never really been a coach right. I mean like i'm just trying to think i hadn't really coached before maybe a little bit a few times here and there but nothing like this right but i realize it few things as a coach have to be a good listener. You know you can't come in like your dictator but you also have to be competent. Which is very important. I'm a student of the game. I love the game. I understand game. I see the game. I see things before it happens. You know the same way in the hooper does a so for me. It was like what. Can i do to help my team win and is really just about bringing that edge right the edge of every player that we're about the face i'm going to watch and scout of digger with they like to do and getting my players that edge and then the other thing was about our plays execution of what we're doing and so it was a lot of fun i love every minute of it. I think i challenged you know my is to really step up in to be available. Be ready be ready for change. And i challenged them and i think i challenged him in a way where they were kind of like. You know filling the out a little bit. I but leadership was important. I think i heard their respect Joe obviously has the leader in a captain the gm of the team. I had jim rats which was great. My guys loving. Jim and you know like i told him. Don't don't have do it if you will do right. Let's not do it at all. Don't put my name on it. Because if i could play i would play. You know what i'm saying like that's just how passionate i am about it and i'm gonna approach it the way that i would as a player i'm gonna give you my all so my all is somehow i coach my scouting. My you know just that little edge that you need to be better in common place. So i think the biggest place that we had Some friction one was losing when we lost to your team. I didn't know because i was out. I lost in our only loss but when we loss at didn't realize as a coach like losing feels like you played. You know what i mean. I was just a whole week. My family was like i'm hot like last. Jbc now and i didn't know that so And i didn't like that but it was cool. Low key a little disrespect for you know in the win. So that was about that. You know like okay. They didn't even get our hands. I that was real real real reuss. I'm like okay. We need to see that scene again. That's for sure. But at the same time i i loved it i love the fans. I love the process. I loved all the competition. I love the games. man. I wasn't i was so into it. That's how i became a coach. Actually i sat next to cuban came to watch you guys like the year before he came to my indian and i was there i was over there. Coaching men take a roll cut to the basket. Acute was leg looking right. Like that's not how you can do that. You know so. I was just talking to us because i like the fact that we have jobs and talk about basketball and get paid is ridiculous. It'd be doing anyway so it was kind of like it was sweet. It was a poetic for us to win a championship again. Ansi who loves you know..
Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"leslie" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"In china make. I love the way that works How everything usa basketball. Because if they do a great job man like you said for young kids go out of the country at age and get to see the things you get to see that it was. It was unbelievable expense. I remember you know you'd be gone for like a month. You gotta go to stuff being. You finally go. It was like. I had never been away from home that long. And like you said on your own handling stuff. Doing stuff and being responsible supercooled experienced that you i would. I went to russia. And i would. My mom was like no. I'm not sitting about child The rest my grandma's like you gotta let them experience nobody around her time. Are they going to rush your child so leslie scranton. And i'm glad my grandma let me go. Risk micro say man. Yeah that's that's it just that opportunity and we look back and you you don't know how How big it is and even though you know you know the trip. It ain't always great always let it fool. You know a lot of different just that little experience of like dang. The world is bigger than they were up from. What everybody's talking about and you know we just keep working hard at this game and it's give so many opportunities where we can open up doors warm more people in our community so i'm just thankful every you know hey picked up the ball. Is it a of hard work. You said that. I remember i was over. Like sorta have reached. We ate mcdonalds single day. When i got back home. I was like stop at mcdonald's. I was like to not see go-to fats or soda thing i'd say is we have bands that we go do american stuff. It's like i lived in italy for a low out. When i played ball over there and i had you know what i did. I started to buy the books. And i started to teach myself italian. Listen to back. Then this was the dvd's and things like that teach myself so acted like speak to my teammates and you know learn the culture learn to order food when you go out to eat in it and a lot of times. They america's just watch van vcr watching martin all day watching movies watching martin and i'm leg. Y'all y'all gotta you gotta try to learn it in merchants up into these different cultures so we can learn from them. So i just i would definitely get advice to anybody who has opportunity to to go abroad. Need to get the play ball to jones's joe and just be so locked into internet. Watch movies at night but you know i need to learn the language you learn about the food. That was something that i really really enjoy. I also played in russia to. Which were those. You plan both of those countries that planning overseas in general. How was that experience. I think when i played in italy i was fresh out of college. I was i was like my first thing bows my first engagement. So i was engaged. Manning work out but you know you overseas at another year play ball. It ain't workout but it was a it was a good experience. I love learning attack basketball. You're.
Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"leslie" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"That's what opened the doors from like. Wait a minute so what's happening. People playing ball around the world. You know we didn't have really have that grasp and understanding on my inner city kid so we don't have not surrounded by highly educated. You know other people. You know what i'm saying. We're really in our little bubble. My grandma at that time. I was the only person who was really. She had gone to college in. My grandmother was a nurse right so she worked at. She really was the most educated of my whole family Included a few of my uncles. who are accountants. Back tana that helps save me from a money standpoint but otherwise we're just all hard workers getting after it. And i think in hindsight when you look back the opportunity to travel and be from the inner city and just see both worlds. It's kinda makes. That's what makes us hungry right. You get that chance you know q. I heard you telling this story about about jordan. Wanna your shows. You know the first time you've bet jordan in your neighborhood that that that moulay is like i have only you know the overtime about where you like. Dang i can do it too. Like i can really make it. You know So i had little moments like that. The usa team actually came to inglewood at inglewood high. The usa women's team in practice. Why did they come to inglewood. I don't know why did they practice at the gym street. But me out was najem every morning watching them like if they'd go you know. I thought i could play with them in. That was not as a. I think a sophomore in high school but it also planet that see like. I wanna play on the usa team. You know there's another level so that was just a blessing bad. Having the usa team com having opportunity to make my first usa team in eleventh grade now moth a country see women are these chicks are in spain. Like what am i had. Moulmein is like okay everybody. This is about eating survival. And how we're gonna make it. Is i got improve my gang. Because i gotta get to college. You know bianca's usa speaking of the us citing always feel like the the women's saying be like the drain team every single year. Baby having everybody supposed to get every single year and just other teams mansa reza weather spoil dies daily you know l. Yes zach. Guys that go by. Yeah yeah the goes like when them. Usa teams and you played on. How was that for you to know the shirt that with the women that you see as this making a name in cushion women's basketball every year yacht club. Hurriyat doing your thing when these metals you get to play on the highest level poss. Yeah it the best you know dairies. It really was amazing. And it's unfortunate that our country doesn't really like didn't pay attention and didn't really honor. What all those women. Even before me had been able to do my era. We got some notoriety thanks to the wnba saw on steroids. Now because you have social media with a social injustice that was also a big spotlight for the wbz. So we're making and i'm so happy at these. Young women are getting this opportunities to use this platform but in some ways is a little sad that we missed so many great women. Mike you name teresa hours in katrina mcclain. Those two women were phenomenal. And teresa edwards actually was youngest olympian and ninety four. She was a baby and then she finished with us coming in and ninety six hours the baby the youngest one of the youngest players there but having them as veterans. I've always been a very good learner listener. I don't have a problem violin. Directions as long as you lead in the right direction. So i think our personalities all worked because they were the leaders and we were very respectful of them. Not like you got to respect your. I mean we bought out. We got we play but i respect that you know when you go. You guys have veterans that take you under their wing and his jazz. You know that they really have your best interest at heart and so those women as black women who didn't get a lot of love from everybody else. We showed them a lot of love and respect and they deserve it. I mean you can treat him famous abi semi her ability to to rebound and put back in score. Was i mean she was probably the toughest player i ever had to play against and i was lucky enough to be young enough to go up against are pretty much every practice so i mean i'm getting better just because i'm like damn she can jump. You know she can really back my sack. I'm six five and she's six two but she got hot her rebounding's nasty like she. Just you think you see a boiling in. Her hands is reach over in. Just snatches all no so. I got boxer out first because she really you know. I mean like she was a player who brought the best out of need because she was so skilled in in a way that enough players don't know her name but she got an award for her like there's is opposition awards for the winning with an myers. Nancy lieberman shirley miller katrina mcclain before award in the lisa. Leslie is for the center. These are all college awards for the wind and so on the wind inside the winning recognize. How amazing they were but it is unfortunate that our country just did not pay as much attention to women's basketball a time where you had some really amazing women who played before us this one of the things. We wanted to do what. I platform by really wanted to put a big spotlight on women's basketball because i'll be watching women's basketball since i was in junior high school. I always watch the girls team. And even when. I got to the pros and that city had a team. I always used to go to the games and we around always just was a fan of all the same who you're right about that. The country do need to recognize definitely. Nba players. Need to help out to show love more love reshape. But that's the reason it was Important for us to have all the famous and resins like you on ash show into represent showed them how doping how cold Thank you thank you so much. That subsidy i really appreciate that too absolutely and i mean that's one of the things i love about. Usa basketball. Because i was a kid. Got a chance to do that at seventeen to seventeen when we went over the we went to puerto plata dominican republic and we won go. Jim behind was a coat. Drive evidence assistant coach. That was like you said my first time going out of the country needing to get a going to colorado springs news lies dote here. You tell that story. No the you was in the same color.
Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"leslie" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"I'm so excited for this conversation today for so so many reasons. Because we our at a crossroad. John and i think we have to have these very important conversations to have so to have these important conversations. I have my dear sister. Leslie field leslie how are you. I'm fine. thank you so much forever near would. I'm honored to be here. how are you i'm doing. I'm doing and highlight of my week. Oh we got a lot of folks. We hit his conversation before we get to the conversation to they. They'll see listening so they can't see but behind you. You got an amazing pitcher who is that in the pitcher out in my home office. I have.
Project Upland Podcast
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Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"leslie" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"By my sister's beloved by email. I'm the youngest to are just have an older brother but having been around my family this last weekend. How was that good bite. Yesterday my brother had some friends come over and you didn't tell me at there was like five. New people and i had a rash of anxiety. I wanted to like leave immediately. I felt not just like covid like wait a minute where the rules again. Lakeway to like. Not just that stuff but also like the slamming of like wait a minute. I think these people will recognize me. And i will have to engage with them with the celebrity. You know what it is. And i guess maybe for our listeners. The best way i could think about describing the feeling of being social an environment outside of hollywood sometimes can feel like you are a bride in. It's your wedding reception and like your parents friends coworkers. You're talking to suddenly like that kind of engagement. If that makes any sense sort of like elevated small talk that i wasn't ready for i still feel like oh my god. I don't even know how to talk to the checkout person at the grocery store. I think it's even see if i can get this right it's about a vulnerability to of like you come with like you're funny and you're this and there's like the way you think people want to see you and working with melissa mccarthy right now and somebody said what she liked. I saw her. She wasn't. I was like what she wasn't doing. Bits from. She was just walking through an office or she's walking through to get dinner. She's not doing standup up. It's not her responsibility. That's exhausting sometimes. When recognizable people get shy and get scared to me. I quoted to it's about vulnerability it's like like we were sitting there talking and all of a sudden a bunch of people come in who you don't know and there's a fear that you have to sort of change. Whatever this is right now is not going to be enough and you have to elevate to some idea of what that is. And it's like a weird thing that you just instinctively do because people say things that just are weird. Also it's just a vulnerability of flake sharing something with yourself. That you just don't know them and you just said that you have a small group of friends so maybe you know. I think you're shire. Oh yeah definitely. But that's not the persona that people see the persona of you is like everyone then accessible everybody relates to everybody's like i'm just like her and so then when that person comes in and you're actually quite quiet or shy or whatever it's the opposite of what do you know what i mean and then horse it would feel like your brother would feel incredibly vulnerable and also like hey just a heads up so that i could have the decision of whether or not i want to be here outside of the covid of it all just about the intimacy of it. All does that make sense. Yeah yeah and so. I ended up kind of offending my sister-in-law whom i adore and i'm proud that i was able to give a really heartfelt apology to her because i i know how intense my family can be and i want her to feel like i can be a safe place if she needs it. That's really nice. And in my kind of anxiety and loading. I didn't take any of that into consideration. I know you have to go. But isn't it nice so like it's the thing to remember. It's like how far and i'm sorry goes not an i'm sorry but just i'm sorry i see you. Yeah it's so easy to say. I'm sorry it's so easy to really. Just i see you. I'm so sorry. I don't think people mean to hurt people as much as people get hurt. If we just took that time there's so few hills to die on ya. Oh leslie. I love you so so much. Please give sam. I loved you. i will buy buy love. This episode of unqualified is brought to you by mcdonald's. And i want to talk to you about one of my favorite. Mcdonald's items the big mac as. 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Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"leslie" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"So i was just talking about you with my fiance who you've worked with a few times. And he puts you in his top. Ten favourite actors to work with henry. Winkler is on the list. So is sam a think. I'm in there too. She sounds zookeeper was really complicated. With a like a ton of nights and you were always in a good mood no matter how late it was and i think he described you as always having really positive energy and i think i realized that. That's my impression of you too. I think that's such a nice thank. I'm to myself. I think i looked come home from a night out. Oh why did you say that you know. I'm always calling people and being like oh. I hope it didn't hurt your feelings. Or if i did something. I'm just aware that so it makes me feel very grateful that you would even think of me. That's a really nice thing until mike all. I'm happy to be in that list for him. That's really nice. I should also tell you my son has watched zookeeper a hundred times. You know what. I really love that movie. I mean i know people are like oh talking animals and that movie. I think should have done better. They were meant to put it out in october. And then they did one of those screenings and it tested through the roof. And i remember like kevin james and todd garner like it's testing like hire them e. t. We was something crazy and do really well. I thought it was a huge head. It did okay. But instead of keeping october they sandwiched it in the middle of the summer. Against two. Little movies called harry potter and transform. So like you don't have a fighting chance so i think if that will be had come out in october it would have been like even bigger but like when you have like that sort of harry potter was like a juggernaut or something you know. And that transformer stuff people go ape shit for. But i still watch that movie and i don't know critics try not to read anything critics right. You know because it's just so scary to me eight lodges in your brain like eventually. I'm hoping i will get euphoric dementia. Have you heard about you fork dementia. Can i get it right now. We'll from my understanding a had a distant relative who had it and she was like ninety eight and she was just happy to see everybody all the time and then my grandma had regular old dementia where she was just steeped in bitter memories. She was always talking about how her brother burnt down the barn. And you don't trust everybody. You're trying to steal my money. Holy yeah no i want. Be the golden. Retriever puppy dementia. That's what i what i mean. That's a whole other discussion of like a which is really fascinating which i find on my mind so much lately to right. I like you and i have only from hanging out at jeremy. Renner's house renters. Like a brother to me. And i remember christopher renner just talking about all three of you so wonderfully nice in. I was such a huge fan of yours. I remember just like sitting at the bar with you. And just like i love you use. Oh yeah it's nice to sort of fan girl like unsure. We go up for the same jobs imminent. Here's some you lose a job to somebody in your god. I think to better whenever i would lose a job to you. I'd like. I couldn't do that when better like it's just like you're so good. Oh and so funny and so real. Also even if you're doing something that's like the boldest trace it's still always really rooted in fear but it doesn't matter from me. It looks fearless and it looks on us which sometimes you know when you making a bold choice especially in comedy can seem like a bit and yours always felt real and rooted and my feet on the ground. I really met. Thank you leslie. That means a lot to me. I remember reading something about you. Didn't you produce house buddy. Yeah i remember reading about that. And i remember thinking i was like that as boss asked move and it really inspired me to be like. I'm going to fuck. That's like thanks and sure there's these were like. Oh yeah that's how you become a boss. That's how lying but leslie. I truly felt out of necessity. You know there was that time. In hollywood between like the writers strike being suddenly not eligible for like teen stuff and also that sort of waning. Where was like. Oh my god. My plan b. Has i really haven't been thinking about it lately. That hassle is so cool. Like i'm doing all this press for this tv show. I have outright now without jupiter's legacy in play like a superhero on step and people were like asking questions about it. And i'm like no. We shot it almost two years ago so like it so in the rear view and so now. I'm here and mike working with melissa band. And like so awesome to be around the to advance them and how collaborative and just watch her especially like she is so dynamic and so fassel funny and kind. And i love the the formula they have for making movies. It's like it really inspires me. But i remember. I was like nervous when i met you. I was like i just such a fan of yours. I'm not long smoke up your ass. Oh thank you. I just really was a fan of yours and i think you make smart choices and bull choices and you were doing bossass moves before like other people were making boss asked moves and they may have been out of necessity may have been out of a writers strike. But you were doing them. And you're really talented. And so i remember being very inspired by you. I don't know if i would have had my shit together. That if i met you in my late. Twenty s or in my thirties. If i would have the wherewithal to be able to say that to you in person because a oh be like. She's gonna think you're a weirdo or would be vulnerable enough to say like that to you. But i'm grateful. I finally feel confident enough to say that to you. Now because it's something. I have felt about you my whole career. Leslie kyd think you that it's true. I thank you for that and you're a nice person. So are you and after that party. I wanted to be your best friend. My agent always says is saying like your life can change with a phone call like he was telling me what when i was feeling downtrodden about something and i'm never going to work again and he's like. Don't worry baby. Your life can change the phone call and it ties. It's like that fine line. I always feel like as actors we want desperately to work and be going through something and learning something and you know we're trying to do something that so unnatural like rip all the scabs off. Have somebody see it and then put it out to the world so the world can judge the shit out of you but what you really hope is that make people laugh or prior seals something or connect with something and then you do the job you form these great connections and then we never see those people again really had friends that were actresses and then i worked on the show popular and pope played my sister on. That show was so wonderful to me and we were so tight. We're still tight like she's family for me. And then my friend piper parallel. Who's like totally we go for the same parts and she bought me a birthday present. And she's like i'm gonna buy divvy the sunglasses I don't know. I just feel like i'm not sure.
"leslie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"So let's talk about the video for this track. Come about for money. Those jillian again judy. Those i'm amazed. I'm amazed that he there's completely different. Looks like a completely different person He's extremely credits I think it's also a like he. He's good because he listens to us on guys okay. This is what we're gonna do so for this one it. There wasn't a changing concept. We just didn't have a clear. Will the concept was he tried to Talking about But again my brotherhood out this venue which is kind of. I think this is not studio and we had just white will white for white background and this was. that wasn't seen after you joined. Was it jason. I think that was the first music video i did. Yeah must've been oguz september. It wasn't yeah. I wouldn't have been too far off. The you've actually joined resin mia we just just pretending As good fun. I like doing those performance Videos because then it's it's a good opportunity to save people Us move. How might form if they weren't if they went to see us live while emphasising Scraping ice. it's you found me a hike. I got a A note i was blown away by how good you were. I was blown away part of me. Wait to hear the new stuff. Yeah i'm looking forward to var so is the best place to follow the band through Subscribing to the blog on your website. I only wear on. Will the usual places instagram. I think twitter tuition is book. Facebook youtube. We've we've got the blog which we we try and put out every friday. We've deliberately taken a bit of a break. The block this one for multiple reasons but just we felt the subject matter needs to be a little bit more considered rather than rushing it through. So i think we're going to release that Maybe tomorrow or whenever releasing energy radio kind of maybe understand why But yeah usually you can. You can dive into one of our psyches. Jared during dogs. Yeah we we write them individually so it's usually look at one of us talking lowering about some try and tenuously connected to something that we've done is about the is done by different different people different members of the band. Yeah yeah so each each one. Each one will sign up individually. So you're see is rationale Well i'll sign also brian. I guess jillian now But yeah so each. Each blog is written individually. So it's not kind of it. We all get together as a group. It will be that one pass new rice sits in and they they'll put it out I just had a discussion about it. And i just kinda felt that it it. One persona five desolate. It became less like a brand talking at people in the became more like we wanted to to actually connect with with fans on a Dot level that big amounts economy afford four to have the time to do in. We kinda felt like we want to indulge in that we because because as much as we really enjoy speaking with sort of industry professionals like you and having the blogs that put qasim radio shows and things you know what really gets us where we always defends them and the the best reviews we have the comments by them of in a saying you know how much they like it will xyz and we kinda felt like we watch them that they've been so open passing with us with our emotions and we kind of felt that we they deserve to have that sort of canada given back to them Says he kind took the initiative to individually rights blokhin and get to know us individually understand the aqua than ideas Not so the thing. What makes lots of sense. But i can tell you. I don't follow a lot of blogs. But your blogs enter. It is something that i would wanna rate. Whatever you're putting qasaf good stuff smelly well-written and asada like i'm surprised you're taking a bit of a break but then it's probably indicative of the fact that you already put a lotta thought in gerbil is really does look like have swelled on alive encourage everybody else to follow it. Thank you whether the next next door busters Quite proud of as well undecided. Shamed of i guess understand when you read it. I want to buy love anyway. Thank you so much for coming on the show and giving us a bit of down of the band and introducing your music join us. I look forward to your music is coming out. Thank you doing lisa. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much well. Thank y'all for tuning in. If you enjoy listening to this podcast. Please share this episode with others post about it on social media to catch all the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzz role media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod next episode on air in d. from ipad. tr's over the airways subscribe fees dot com.
"leslie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"There will tell me about that what it will say i got. The idea does a comedian. A british comedian. I realized could richard herring and every year on international women's day he would be solely on twitter responding to the The people who would cut me gang who wins international men's day and he just replied to them every with every single tweet just saying it's november nineteenth and that was because there isn't a nineteenth liberty that it just kind of felt like it was a really nice job i mean he has people who don't like him because doing inside people say all. You know we don't need you to do this. But another people who argue what. It's not a women's to be defending themselves particularly on international women's day so Emf wanna let somebody else do it and the whole idea was that we are who we all. Because of of those days women who have shaped does not just musically but also allies. In general i growth in quite a matriarchal somaly and is just kind of always celebrating. We music is sort of main output. And we've had a blow going for a while and we deliberately write them individually so people get to know better we just sort of thought. It would be a nice idea to have this playlist which is constantly updated. So it's not just you know one thing so we constantly adding stop playlist of of musicians that we find that. We're enamored with but we will particularly didn't want it to just be a safer. Instances female traditionally female singers us. That's kind of what web people have this sort of way traditional. That's where we belong in music. We wanted to set of eight women in all the that that capacity within music so we particularly like carol kaye. Who who's a Light the greatest musician. No one's ever heard of. She played based on like old. I think pet sounds and most of the beach. Boys records guitar Things and is Sylvia massey's great producer to of went to pay respects to always in a really powerful musicians out that who influence us sue Might get a look and we just thought this was the To great idea and it really sets your band apart. Like i really. I was very impressed. So i'd like to you guys to talk about the filming of the music video for the track. Was your song out of my hands. Great sound i love it. It's one of my favorites demand. Mazda went over ten thousand streams streams. Now yeah yeah shake now. It's something around almost almost twelve thousand. I'm the music. Video is pushing nitty twenty thousand or something. Is it fifteen thousand. Yeah the strip streams falsifiable eleven thousand six hundred fifty nine safer and counting and that was a milestone for you. it was. Yeah yeah. I mean it's it's a it's humble is a is a milestone and we are very proud of it but i think with these releases that we have coming up. That's that will be pushed quite a lot. And because we got sucha a loving in growing audience that's really going to be wigan a surpass that quite significantly. I and i believe though that will happen But yeah no. We're we're very happy about that because he knew There's any one time that happens in that. That was with out of my hands but under the video itself was an interesting Day it was quite funny. Stay because we with money in. I you know we have this director Jillian smith he directs the glastonbury on on television. And he's he's very good extremely creative chat We were there for the whole day. This little warehouse in east london. And i remember going in and just starting to move. 'cause they're loads of props innis in this In this room moving things about trying to make something look like we would record in a national scene there. And i've moved this on sign. It was massive on s. I can see it in the back of the video. Will fuse blew off in my face. The hating went off in the room. And this is a big room to be the keep wool as well. I think mayhem bimbo december in in in east. London is very cold. In the bloody and the next few hours it was just colder and colder and colder and his own cutler t that they drinking just holding idiot via no. It was a day. That was a good day is Just directed ready when it comes to music videos. Sometimes we we go out. We do this so this really if we got someone very good into kind of Who has some sort of vision than we do. More or less up to them. Jillian was just telling us where to go want to do but there was always a funday a warehouse with all those proverbs. Did he Julian show up and create the idea of the spot cops around nice car. I think we had a story board before. Didn't like a rough idea of the we'd use some of the Full and then kind of enact. Some of the lines in some of the lyrics in the song that i drink too much. Sometimes i know. Then we'd Strolled across the camera. And like chink a beer and cheese and that sort of thing. But then i think once we saw the setting and we still delighting and we will how how much they looked. I think.
"leslie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Okay so next. I now listen Last year elements at it. All is when you walk into a room and the audio post muscle seizing stopped. Tell you you know it's safe. The take tax deal sea off. Look don't no You know what i found. Too standing about your banderas your tribute to international woman's day on your blog a really. Yeah i thought it was amazed thought it was amazing and the track list That you had on there was great. I saw a ella fitzgerald on their..
"leslie" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape
"Division of geriatrics doctor. Leslie was previously the site medical director of the over sixty health clinic in berkeley and founder of the jerry tech blog together with award winning health and ageing writer spencer. Scott dr leslie is the author of one year ageing parent needs help a geriatrician step by step guide to memory loss resistance safety worries and more. I asked listeners to send in their questions. I also had a bunch of my own and during episode. You'll hear a lot of book recommendations. Follow up no worries. I have included links to each of those titles in the show notes by the way for some reason. The show notes for episode ninety four. Don't show up in the app where you're listening. Or if they're not easy to read their remember you can always go to midlife. Mix tape dot com and see them in all their glory. Okay put in your ear horn. We're gonna talk aging with dr.