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Fresh update on "leslie" discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

05:21 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "leslie" discussed on This Week in Photo

"Yeah, yeah, yeah. No, I love it there. I think part of that overwhelm is there's so much to do. There's so much to see and so much to do when you're there. And usually when I'm there, it's usually a week, you know, if I'm lucky it might be two weeks, but usually it's under a week or a week. And there's years of stuff to do in a week, right? So it's a puzzle. You know I want to shift gears back to the book. And talk about the, you know, once you've assembled all the photos and you know what's going to go in the book, you're ready to start laying it out. What is the post processing look like for getting everything ready to go? Are you using like what software are you using and how was that process? Well, with the first book I used lightroom, the book module. It was easy. The book was small enough. And but there were enough things going on that bothered me that I bought affinity publisher because it's more of a professional book publishing tool. And I'm still waiting to take that those classes because I had to, it was either that or work on the book, so I worked on the book in lightroom and just prayed every night. And so, but you know, it's interesting. There's just one, she's my ex sister in law, actually. And she really likes what are you doing? I'm sitting on the bed talking to the cat. While trin chip be working on your book, I have to say that and she handled all the money and stuff like that in terms of, you know, making sure that people were happy or that, you know, for instance, like my monitor went through honors. I had LG, it went, just like one day, it just turned it off, came back, turned it on, it's gone. And then I got this thing. And four months later, it's down, and the three. The first monitor, they came out to that place and fixed it and left. This I had to send away for two weeks, which is really bothers me. And I think any time you have to be opportunity to purchase professional services or something, do it. Because that really killed it. They've got two weeks. And also, there are some other disasters that took place. But I have a general idea of the pictures I want to use. And then I find out that, oh, I didn't even remember that one, and that one is fantastic. So I lay it out and then I send it over to Leslie. I said, well, how does this how do you think this flows? But it'll be pretty much laid out. And I'll do the whole book. I'll scribble in some junk and just look at it. For a while, and then the hard work really is sitting down and deciding what order they're going to go in. So are you going to do it? Through the years, or are you going to do it? Chronological, from young people to old people. And it became very organic, though. But I have to start, I have to start at the very beginning of the book. I have to start with that the cover picture before I can do anything else. And then the introduction and what pictures are going to open up the book and I have to do it. You start with the cover picture, this picture, right? So you start with this picture first, and then well, and you also start with the title as well, right? So you have the title. You know this is going to look like this thing is going to look like. And then you build it. You go from there. Is that how it goes? Yeah. You know, it's more like a talisman. It's sort of like, here's this thing. This is a goal. And you know what? I'm not locked into that. It could have been turned into anything else. But this is what happened. And it's kind of organic, you know? I mean, you can't be afraid to try stuff. And look, it's a digital age where you can try as much as you want, and not worry about it. You know, you screw up your negatives. And it's important to try different things. And but I always come back to that same format. Give me a nice large image on the page only one with the dark background and just because to represent the image well. And so yeah, you know, you didn't show the back of that because so many people have commented about the back of the book compared to the front of the book. Yeah. So look at that. Look at that sidewalk. That sidewalk is just New York, right? Look at that. Yeah, that's here we go, yeah. I mean, you can still chew on some of that. But it still has a flavor in it. Look at that. Yeah. So, okay, so you got the book done. You got the cover, you got the photos laid out in there. You've written your captions for each one of the photos. It's all ready to go, right? He's done the lightroom. You've had issues with lightroom. You've pushed through them. The display, you know, your monitors crashed and died a couple of times. You pushed through that. Three hard drives you killed doing this book. Wow. Wow. So what is the final result? When you're done, what does it look like?.

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Restrictions in New York

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:16 min | 5 d ago

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.

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Listener Leslie Calls Mike Gallagher a RINO via Email

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Listener Leslie Calls Mike Gallagher a RINO via Email

There's Nothing Democratic About the Democrats

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 2 months ago

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,

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Twitter CMO Leslie Berland Asks Board About Mass Exodus Following Sale

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Twitter CMO Leslie Berland Asks Board About Mass Exodus Following Sale

"Leslie Berlin Twitter CMO A Twitter CMO a something of communications from a meeting Monday in a leaked audio We want to thank project veritas which is constantly under attack by the FBI and the DoJ and The New York Times This is a fantastic room With a fantastic young leader in James O'Keefe Cat 9 go Out of the board and mister monster plan on dealing with a mass exodus considering the acquisition is by a person with questionable ethics with the authority I can answer this for mister Musk if I may The exits over there drag your ass out of there and go join Disney Get the hell out of here Or maybe you can work for Nike in China Maybe you'll enjoy that or maybe or maybe you'll enjoy working for Apple in China Go ahead But drag your ass out of here And the fast of the better Questionable ethics they said mister Musk you know what That's based on ladies and gentlemen These constant attacks and filings against him in the Securities and Exchange Commission Where the bureaucracy is highly politicized and anti business Oh so he must be unethical He must be unethical So these are the dead Enders These are the hardcore lefties that are used to controlling your speech And they don't like the fact that now this is going to be a private company So they need to go Mass exodus are you kidding me A lot of people would love to work there Love it Love

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Joe Biden Denied the Investigations on Hunter 2 Years Ago

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Joe Biden Denied the Investigations on Hunter 2 Years Ago

"Back to Joe Biden. Two years ago during his presidential campaign. So what about the Americans who really today only want me to ask you about Hunter Biden's laptop? How are you going to get them to see that you are fighting for them when they're against you? There's nothing too many of that. Nothing to do with that. It's all a smear. Every major outfit. Every serious investigator has pointed out that this is smear. This is classic Trump. We have four days left and all of a sudden there's a laptop and you may recall there's also talk about four months before there was a similar thing that somebody had a Leslie. There's overwhelming evidence that from the intelligence community that the Russians are engaged. I mean, look, this is my son's an honorable man and all the investigations that were done around the issue of what was going on in Ukraine. If you notice, every one of the major people who work for Trump during the impeachment went under oath and under oath said Biden did his job. No law was pro Biden this Biden did his job Hunter Biden broke no loss. That was a testimony. Their testimony from Republicans and intelligence community people. So I think that I just think, look, politics become too crass, too dirty, too ugly. And the perpetrator of an awful lot of this has been. He didn't start at all, but he has taken to a new level, this president.

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Times Justin Trudeau Controlled Liberals in Canada 7 Years Ago

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Times Justin Trudeau Controlled Liberals in Canada 7 Years Ago

"How else can one explain the police enforced acclimation of Andrew Leslie as the liberal candidate for Orleans Even with hundreds of liberals attending the meeting to show their support for another candidate and form a Trudeau leadership rival it was clear from the beginning that Leslie was Trudeau's handpicked favorite and certainly wouldn't be stopped by pesky processes like democracy Just the imagery of Trudeau's chosen candidate being selected with police intervention is scary It shows that Trudeau doesn't just admire China's dictatorship He would practice one if he had the chance The nomination in Orleans is only the latest rigged open nomination quote unquote Despite Trudeau's promises to actually practice democracy at least half a dozen liberal nominations had been rigged or tampered with so that their direct intervention Trudeau's office Mysteriously disqualifying candidates changing nomination dates paperwork going missing using dirty background politics Auto ensure the leaders candidate is chosen at any cost But those are only liberal candidates surely Trudeau would loosen his grip on his caucus colleagues once they've been elected Whitney Unfortunately no The liberal caucus randomly learned one morning early last year that their leader had come up with a new dictate that all liberals would be expected Now required to vote pro choice Period When Trudeau's pathetic attempted defense that they were the party of the charter obviously missing those small sections about freedom of conscience and religion agitated more than a few liberal MPs he attempted to invent some weird grandfathering rule But then he abandoned that too

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Can We Expect Indictments After the Durham Investigation?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Can We Expect Indictments After the Durham Investigation?

"Investigation apparently reveals facts that establish that the Clinton campaign worked with the government to spy on the 45th president of the United States. Are you old enough to remember president Trump telling Leslie stahl that I was spied on? Are you remember that little juicy exchange? Where Leslie stahl newswoman? 60 minutes pillar of journalism. Challenged him mocked him, winded him, oh no, no, you can't say that you were spied on Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, paid an Internet company to quote infiltrate servers. At Trump Tower and even The White House in this pathetic attempt to list to link Donald Trump to Russia. So, if this is true, indictments are going to be coming, that's against the law on so many levels, I don't think it's out of the reasonable vernacular to not say treason.

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The Growing List of People Who Were Wrong About Spying on Trump Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 4 months ago

The Growing List of People Who Were Wrong About Spying on Trump Campaign

"You want to hear a little Montage that Derek my producer put together that's not hard to find. I give you Adam Schiff, I give you Valerie plame, the former CIA officer, and I give you the former director of national intelligence, James clapper. Let's take a stroll again. Down another memory lane. So that it was all essentially a deep state conspiracy. There was spying on the Trump campaign all of that was debunked by the inspector general. But I think attorney general Barr's rather casual assessment that the FBI spied on candidate Trump is a little too loose with the facts. Well, I think he's deliberately spinning the narrative that we're by he's a victim of the deep state spying on him or spying on the campaign, which is not the case. It's not the case. But what are you going to say today, clapper? What are you going to say today, Leslie stahl? What are you going to say now?

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Coordinator Frazier provides Bills calm, reassuring presence

AP News Radio

03:02 min | 6 months ago

Coordinator Frazier provides Bills calm, reassuring presence

"In in early early June June twenty twenty twenty twenty America America it it was was on on fire fire facing facing a a reckoning reckoning on on race race that that erupted erupted with with the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis every every corner corner of of the the nation nation was was impacted impacted including including western western New New York York with with the the Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills were were preparing preparing for for the the twenty twenty twenty twenty NFL NFL season season wanting wanting to to give give the the events events sweeping sweeping across across the the nation nation some some perspective perspective for for his his players players bills bills head head coach coach Sean Sean McDermott McDermott turns turns to to his his most most trusted trusted lieutenant lieutenant defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Leslie Leslie Frazier Frazier you you know know he he said said you you know know what what I've I've got got some some guys guys on on my my staff staff who who have have experienced experienced some some of of this this they they have have a a different different shade shade of of color color do do not not do do and and I'm I'm gonna gonna have have to to talk talk to to our our players players and and I I think think it it was was a a really really positive positive move move on on his his part part the the now now sixty sixty two two year year old old Frazier Frazier spoke spoke from from the the heart heart drawing drawing on on a a lifetime lifetime of of experiences experiences that that includes includes having having to to switch switch schools schools when when he he was was eleven eleven years years old old during during desegregation desegregation in in Mississippi Mississippi sure sure lot lot of of you you know know a a lot lot lot lot worse worse in in animosity animosity last last lot lot of of stuff stuff you're you're tending tending and and playing playing quarterback quarterback at at Alcorn Alcorn state state and and H. 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C. use use school school in in Lorman Lorman Mississippi Mississippi Frazier Frazier went went undrafted undrafted in in nineteen nineteen eighty eighty one one he he signed signed with with the the Chicago Chicago Bears Bears and and led led the the vaunted vaunted eighty eighty five five bears bears with with six six interceptions interceptions as as Chicago Chicago rolled rolled to to victory victory in in Super Super Bowl Bowl twenty twenty behind behind arguably arguably the the greatest greatest defense defense in in NFL NFL history history led led by by the the legendary legendary buddy buddy Ryan Ryan a a long long time time you you just just exerted exerted out out number number twenty twenty one one for for a a long long time time but but I I made made a a few few plays plays an an advocate advocate Leslie Leslie Frazier Frazier Frazier's Frazier's NFL NFL playing playing career career was was cut cut short short ironically ironically in in the the biggest biggest game game of of his his life life he he suffered suffered a a knee knee injury injury returning returning a a punt punt in in Super Super Bowl Bowl twenty twenty he he never never played played again again Frazier's Frazier's NFL NFL coaching coaching career career has has included included seven seven stops stops in in twenty twenty three three seasons seasons unlike unlike most most black black coaches coaches in in the the NFL NFL Frazier Frazier has has had had a a shot shot at at the the top top job job having having served served as as head head coach coach of of the the Minnesota Minnesota Vikings Vikings from from twenty twenty ten ten to to twenty twenty thirteen thirteen two two thousand thousand thirteen thirteen with with my my youth youth last last year year Minnesota Minnesota now now is is two two thousand thousand twenty twenty one one a a lot lot has has transpired transpired in in that that in in between between time time but but unlike unlike so so many many white white counterparts counterparts who've who've been been given given second second chances chances as as an an NFL NFL head head coach coach Frazier Frazier has has not not he he was was in in the the running running to to become become head head coach coach of of the the Houston Houston Texans Texans last last offseason offseason but but he he didn't didn't get get the the job job when when the the bills bills blanked blanked Houston Houston forty forty to to nothing nothing in in week week four four the the buffalo buffalo defense defense dedicated dedicated the the game game to to Frazier Frazier bill bill safety safety mica mica hide hide that that any any organization organization but but it it happened happened that's that's my my opinion opinion so so for for him him to to get get a a job job is is open open to to the the freezer freezer is is unfailingly unfailingly positive positive in in his his outlook outlook on on football football and and on on race race hi hi my my grandmother grandmother who who really really love love man man just just just just just just about about that that that that will will conquer conquer all all that's that's what what helped helped me me raise raise your your also also knows knows the the reality reality of of being being black black in in America America addressing addressing the the bills bills players players in in June June twenty twenty twenty twenty Frazier Frazier told told the the team team while while he he was was with with the the bears bears he he was was once once stopped stopped and and questioned questioned by by police police over over his his presence presence at at a a suburban suburban Chicago Chicago shopping shopping mall mall then then he he was was recognized recognized and and allowed allowed to to go go on on his his way way hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi up up

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Finland Reindeer Climate-Reindeer Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Finland Reindeer Climate-Reindeer Intro and wrap

"Reindeer reindeer herders herders are are feeling feeling the the effects effects of of climate climate change change a a new new study study says says reindeer reindeer herds herds have have gotten gotten smaller smaller and and lighter lighter and and a a little little it's it's a a herder herder near near the the Arctic Arctic Circle Circle she she says says climate climate change change is is a a reason reason twenty twenty thirty thirty years years we we have have had had interest interest in in getting getting more more unstable unstable one one researcher researcher says says the the Glasgow Glasgow climate climate packs packs one one point point five five degrees degrees Celsius Celsius temperature temperature goal goal is is impossible impossible for for reindeer reindeer herders herders and and reindeers reindeers you you cannot cannot split split so so at at a a very very easily easily over over heat heat and and they they might might get get caught caught some some as as much much kill kill a a lot lot of of pride pride researcher researcher Nuccio Nuccio muzzle muzzle low low at at the the university university of of Lapland Lapland says says the the one one point point five five degree degree goal goal is is the the issue issue it it is is already already a a general general understanding understanding that that the the for for the the the the no no see see such such with with temperatures temperatures these these going going faster faster Leslie Leslie is is supplementing supplementing her her reindeers reindeers diets diets with with ivy ivy branches branches and and dried dried hay hay to to help help them them get get through through the the winter winter I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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 Bond and 'Willy Wonka' songwriter Leslie Bricusse dies at 90

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Bond and 'Willy Wonka' songwriter Leslie Bricusse dies at 90

"Songwriter Leslie Bricusse died Tuesday at the age of ninety according to his son no cause of death was given I marches are a letter with a look at his career S. Leslie Bricusse room for stage and screen but his songs often became pop he wrote the score for the nineteen seventy one film **** Wonka and the chocolate factory which featured the candy man and your imagination precursor lyrics for John berry's music for the bond theme songs Goldfinger and you only live twice Amanda because when an Oscar for writing talk to the animals from doctor do little and then fees and he wrote Nina Simone signature song feeling good

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"leslie" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

02:33 min | 10 months ago

"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..

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"leslie" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"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.

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Tony Awards Land Hosts Leslie Odom Jr. And Audra McDonald

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Tony Awards Land Hosts Leslie Odom Jr. And Audra McDonald

"Actors Audra McDonald and Leslie Odom junior will host the festivities around the Tony awards later this month marches are a letter with the latest Audra McDonald will host the Tony awards on September twenty sixth on CBS immediately after Leslie Odom junior will host a two hour celebration of Broadway's return the Tonys were delayed after the pandemic forced Broadway to shut down on March twelfth twenty twenty one Broadway is re opening there are only eighteen eligible plays and musicals this year compared to thirty for the last time the Tonys were held fewer productions in fewer awards on TV the acting directing and technical awards will only be on the paramount plus streaming service

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Louisiana's Search and Rescue Efforts Intensify After Hurricane Ida

News, Traffic and Weather

01:40 min | 10 months ago

Louisiana's Search and Rescue Efforts Intensify After Hurricane Ida

"Are beginning the enormous task of recovering from Hurricane Ida. It could be doing it without power for a month or more. ABC s Matt Gutman Reports. Hurricane second strongest Hurricane to hit Louisiana obliterating homes neighborhoods sinking underwater rescue effort massive in scope over 5000 National Guard on the ground with search and rescue efforts across Louisiana and Mississippi. Search and rescue helicopters crisscrossing the sky, the kg navy and other volunteers out in force. In the Plus, we joined Michael from the Cajun Navy. As we traveled on what were once clear roadways, power lines submerged underwater. Do you find people? Gas stations and fast food restaurants. Now islands. Leslie Calvert lived in a two story home and rode out the storm. Thinking she'd be safe contributed that the rain discussed coming and didn't stop coming Brain You worry at one point that you might not make it. I called to tell my Children I love I'm Grand Isle. Dozens of people didn't evacuate, but a sign of hope the Coast Guard spotting stranded residents of the fishing community, clearing a roadway officials saying they all survived. They kind of gave a thumbs up. Sauce gave us the ability that they're getting back to work, and then we'll get to him as soon as we can. Just want to give you a sense of how chaotic A was here yesterday. 911 Services out. No cell phone signal. State troopers telling me they were listening to their car radio to get information yet Somehow it all worked in the coming hours. You can see plenty of boats back on these waters. Many high school

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"leslie" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

09:30 min | 10 months ago

"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..

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"leslie" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

06:57 min | 10 months ago

"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.

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"leslie" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show

Think 100%: The Coolest Show

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"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.

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"leslie" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"leslie" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

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Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

Joseyphina's World

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

"Twenty nineteen was robbie's best year yet while people grumbled wishing that the year passed quickly. So they could see what twenty twenty held for them. It was his turnaround here. He was a struggling graduate from a humble home. Whose only source of income came from the occasional modeling gigs gut for either commercial shoots or fashion. Runway shows ravi taken to drinking to cope with a feeling of disappointment which had become his constant companion on his last day in the dark tunnel which was his life. It started just like any other his father calling him a bump with the mornings greetings. His mother giving him the sympathetic look and defending him as a preamble to fight. That had been stewing between the couple for days. Ravi went over to a friend's place where they're wild away. The time playing video games checking out the snaps and insta- stories of hot checks after sharing a meal of red read fried plantain and beans from the neighborhood's best food join play slipped a greater part of the afternoon away around five pm robbie's friend. Leslie had a phone call. By the time the call ended he was beaming. My bb just called going to the club. Tonight i'll definitely get enough to see me through the week. Leslie said excitedly rubbing his palms together your bb which one. I thought your girlfriend dumped you. Because you're broke nece exceeded your cuteness but you see. God works in mysterious ways through the heartbreak. I met a wonderful well established woman who was willing to nurse me back with love and of course money. you mean you have a sugar mummy. Yes the city is brimming with them. You see all these big women in their big cars. Were sunglasses everywhere. Because they don't want you to see their faces. They're all looking for some young male vitality to pump some fun into their prison like. mary lives. come to think of it. Why don't you come along with me to the club. My bb can hook you up with one and you wouldn't have to worry about what to eat anymore. Is that why you have stopped looking for work. You're being spoon fed by a married woman. Drop that self-righteous tone before. I reconsider my offer to take you with me. Fake it till you make it right. You gotta do what you gotta do before you get your big break. Then when the time comes when you're being interviewed about your journey to success you can come up with that rags to riches story that people like to gamble on our media. Are you coming. I guess there's no harm in trying right.

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Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

Joseyphina's World

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

"Twenty nineteen was robbie's best year yet while people grumbled wishing that the year passed quickly. So they could see what twenty twenty health for them. It was his turnaround here. He was a struggling graduate from a humble home. Whose only source of income came from the occasional modeling gigs. He got for either commercial shoots or fashion. Runway shows robbie a taken to drinking to cope with a feeling of disappointment which had become his constant companion on his last day in the dark tunnel which was his life it started just like any other his father calling him a bomb with the mornings greetings. His mother giving him the sympathetic look and defending him as a free ambled to a fight that had been doing between the for days. Ravi went over to a friend's place where they wild away. The time playing video games checking out the snaps and insta stories of hot chicks after sharing meal of red red fried plantain and beans from the neighborhood's best food join play slept a greater part of the afternoon. Away around five pm robbie's friend. Leslie had a phone call by the time the call ended. he was beaming my bb. Just call going to the club tonight. I'll definitely get enough to see me through the week. Leslie said excitedly rubbing his palms together your bb which one i thought your girlfriend dumped you. Because you're broken. Succeeded your cuteness but you see. God works in mysterious ways through the heartbreak. I met a wonderful well established woman who was willing to nurse back with love and of course money. You mean you have a sugar mummy. Yes the city is brimming with them. You see all these big women in their big cars. Were sunglasses everywhere. Because they don't want you to see their sad faces. They're all looking for some young male vitality to pump some fun into their prison like. mary lives. come to think of it. Why don't you come along with me. The club my bb can hook you up with one and you wouldn't have to worry about what to eat anymore. Is that why you have stopped looking for work. You're being spoon fed by a married woman. Drop that self-righteous tone before. I reconsider my offer to take with me. Fake it till you make it right. You gotta do what you gotta do before you get your big break. Then when the time comes when you're being interviewed about your journey to success you can come up with that rags to riches story that people like to gamble on our media. Are you coming. I guess there's no harm in trying right. Would any such women find me attractive enough. Leslie gave him a once-over now with what your wearing. I'll give you something to wear after your fresh

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In Diversity Push, Oscars Invite Several Stars To Become Academy Members

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

In Diversity Push, Oscars Invite Several Stars To Become Academy Members

"Some new invitations have been handed out to join the motion picture academy among the new names being asked to join the people who vote on the Oscars are performers but you probably saw on this year's ceremony they include Marie about clover and Andre day as well as Oscar winners Amaro fennel and singer songwriter her other task to join the Oscar party include SO ray Robert Pattison Janet Jackson and Leslie Odom junior invitees include performers and directors as well as others who work behind the scenes to make the movies there are three hundred and ninety five people invited to join this year as the academy looks to become more diverse of the new invitees forty six percent are women and thirty nine percent are from under represented groups those accepting the invite will have voting privileges for next year's Oscars I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"leslie" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"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. I'm sure you're aware each bite of a big mac is the perfect ratio of sesame seed bun cheese lettuce pickles onions and hundred percent all beef patty and then of course. There's the sauce which is probably best described as magical but for me. The big mac is much more than just a perfect burger. It is a symbol of personal achievement reward for a job. Well done the trophy you will put on your mantle if it weren't a food item though i have been going to since before. I can remember. The tradition officially began in nineteen ninety. Two when after great effort. I managed to get a beep in math to celebrate. My mom and i went to mcdonald's where we each got a big mac. Large fries and milkshakes as a side. Note if you've never dip your fries into mcdonalds shake. You are really missing out today. I finished my first two thousand piece puzzle and it is time to take that victory lap. A big mac from mcdonald's burger with a sauce so special. 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"leslie" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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Buddhist Lessons on Anxiety Mitigation With Dharma Teacher Leslie Booker

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Buddhist Lessons on Anxiety Mitigation With Dharma Teacher Leslie Booker

"So the first thing you talked about when we were discussing anxiety mitigation strategies one of them was movement and the other was the opposite of movement stopping pausing. And you used the phrase seeing what's needing to be known. What did you mean by that. Everything that we need to know can be found in the body and the breath and a lotta time to sort of bypass over that very loud message. That's coming from us. But when we pause for a moment and check into the felt sense on the body to the expression of the breath and that can be a holding of the breath or a lot of deep breathing gives us information as to what's happening inside of us and so when anxiety arises in my body is not typically anxiety for anxiety sake. There's something that needs to be known there sometimes as you had too much caffeine today amac note to self. That's is coming from or you really should have gone for walken and musuem energy through or you get a really rough night's sleep last night so let's try and get better sleep tonight or this thing is a lot to us this. What showing up and so my body and my brother gives me this information and it allows me to course correct either in real time or the next day to make sure that there is some regulation my body to give me the starting point that ground for move move from because anxiety comes in a lot of different flavors and sizes right so some of it is debilitating these big giant monsters that we can't seem to move and some are a little bit more manageable that we can sort of hold in the palm of her hand and we can see it right sized and from there. We have a little bit more autonomy with our anxiety.

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Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

Joseyphina's World

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Pandemic Lockdown: A Boy Toys Dilemma

"Twenty nineteen was robbie's best year yet while people grumbled wishing that the year passed quickly. So they could see what twenty twenty held for them. It was his turnaround here. He was a struggling graduate from a humble home. Whose only source of income came from the occasional modeling gigs. He got for either commercial shoots or fashion. Runway shows robbie a taken to drinking to cope with a feeling of disappointment which had become his constant companion on his last day in the dark tunnel which was his life it started just like any other his father calling him a bomb with the mornings greetings. His mother giving him the sympathetic look and defending him as a free ambled to a fight that had been doing between the for days. Ravi went over to a friend's place where they wild away. The time playing video games checking out the snaps and insta stories of hot chicks after sharing meal of red red fried plantain and beans from the neighborhood's best food join play slept a greater part of the afternoon. Away around five pm robbie's friend. Leslie had a phone call by the time the call ended. he was beaming my bb. Just call going to the club tonight. I'll definitely get enough to see me through the week. Leslie said excitedly rubbing his palms together your bb which one i thought your girlfriend dumped you. Because you're broken. Succeeded your cuteness but you see. God works in mysterious ways through the heartbreak. I met a wonderful well established woman who was willing to nurse back with love and of course money. You mean you have a sugar mummy. Yes the city is brimming with them. You see all these big women in their big cars. Were sunglasses everywhere. Because they don't want you to see their sad faces. They're all looking for some young male vitality to pump some fun into their prison like. mary lives. come to think of it. Why don't you come along with me. The club my bb can hook you up with one and you wouldn't have to worry about what to eat anymore. Is that why you have stopped looking for work. You're being spoon fed by a married woman. Drop that self-righteous tone before reconsider my offer to take with me.

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"leslie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"leslie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"leslie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"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

Midlife Mixtape

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"leslie" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"leslie" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Leslie put it are the Democrats they've got to get out since I I disagree with socialism I believe in the markets I think he's wrong I think you'll never get it done in this country will never go that direction by the way will lose forty nine states Corbin didn't work in England Bernie can work in the United States anyone but burning all right I want to bring in my gas with me today Ned Ryan the author of the great new book and die if you haven't got his book yet you're really should again restoring a Republic the making of the Republican Halle reclaim it before it's too late net one thing that tangle up my lag Chris Matthews said right I think it was a valid point is when he actually said that we have to go out there and tell people like we don't necessarily like socialism he knows that socialism is not going to win this election now I think what he's saying is we need to live the American people we need to stop talking about socialism stop saying we're in favor socialism Bernie Sanders scares me because he's a socialist your reaction to that it's too late I mean they have been coddling they've been embracing the far left they they have embraced them as their small dollar donors as the grassroots activists and now what you're saying is that the the far left with Bernie Sanders at the head is starting to eat and and I think is really key the Democratic Party from within I think it's too late I think the Democratic Party is going to have to have a little soul searching after the November elections because they've gotten to the point where I think it's too late to exercise the far left out of the party until they have a disastrous national election and then what people are talking about is I think it's a no brainer burning is the nomination that trump walks away with maybe four hundred electoral votes dominating popular vote win but think about the house think about the Senate you could be looking at a complete disaster across the board for Democrats and Bernie at the top of the ticket I've been calling this for quite a while and I think it's absolutely delicious watching what's happening I mean that that democratic debate the other night in Vegas was a dumpster fire with jet fuel pull port on it and I just wrote a numerical greatness on Wednesday said the best part was watching Pocahontas got many Mike on national television warning was now he's an American since Jiang is dropped out you're saying she's still native American I thought she was Asian American now you know but but I'm going to follow up on that at least they could have the decency to hit pause what Bloomberg called the tribal police and say Hey scalping in progress please come to my rescue you know CNN laughed and I want to play this for you because you had a panel on scene and literally laughing at Bloomberg when they discussed what they seem to be like his only positive moment take a listen to this turned out early you just don't know what the ground game well but the calendar coming up is good for Bernie Sanders if you look in California for example Ernie and someone else Bernie Bernie and animal out of money and and you know if you have millions and millions of dollars and you could cut clips from this debate and you say showed you show that so they took a good class where where he challenges Sanders on his electability you can use that and then add the.

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"leslie" Discussed on The Current

The Current

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"leslie" Discussed on The Current

"Not just any whale song though. The sound pattern is similar to the call of a blue whale but at a much higher frequency the mystery behind did that sound has gripped the imagination of people right around the world. Leslie Jamison tells that story of obsession and others like it in her latest collection of essays. Make it scream make it burn. Leslie is the author of the New York Times bestsellers recovering and the empathy exams. Leslie Good Morning Can Morning Matt. Let me start to be here. It's great to have you let me start with that sound. It's the sound of fifty two blue. What is the story of this whale? The story of fifty blue which is still ongoing actually is the story of the whale who ultimately became known as the loneliest whale in the world as you said his his his song was first discovered by these naval audio engineers. Once a set of Navy hydrophones had been kind of decommissioned from tracking Soviet subs at the after the end of the Cold War and they heard the song that was unlike. Any whale song. They'd ever heard and wants. Their results became public. People became obsessed with this this elusive Wale and his song for a couple of reasons that his song was different from any other whales and that he was always tracked traveling alone. I was interested in telling not only the story of the whale himself. And how he had been discovered but really the stories of people who had become obsessed with him and why they had become obsessed with him and and what sorts of meanings they projected onto him. Told me more about that. Because to your point people people became obsessed with this. Well Yeah I think and and I'm very interested in in getting at the insides of people in the mysterious insides of people through these things that they get consume buying. Can't let go of so you know I tell the story. Three of a Polish tabloid photographer who got down by his girlfriend and became very attached to the whale as a sort of mascot of heartbreak and ended up getting a massive massive tattoo of the whale. That I can show you many many photographs of if you're interested across his back I tell the story of a an Irish union organizer Sir. who sort of restarted his life and Middle Age and for him the whale was a mascot of endurance? I really got quite close to one woman men who was recovering from a coma up in Harlem and for her the whale was simultaneously symbol of loneliness and a symbol of what it might mean into be resolutely adamantly independent. Why did people project so much onto the whale? There's a line that somebody says that the whale is everything. What was it about this whale? That allowed them not just to get the Tattoo and to write songs about it and to create art inspired by the whale but to project all of that onto this thing I think there were a few elements at play. I think for starters. The whale was simultaneously vivid and distance. So it's it's an immediate media image of this whale all alone in the vast ocean you can picture you can kinda get attached to that image but the will was far enough away that we didn't really know do that much about him and that not knowing made it easier to project sort of everything onto him. I also think there's something about Wales Moby. Dick is obviously the original white canvas. Bewail who comes to stand for lots of different things to lots of different people in the Melville novel but I I think whales are simultaneously genially so huge and powerful and that with this particular whale there was a sense of vulnerability living alongside that huge massive power because has he was always alone because he was a little bit different and I think those veins of vulnerability made him a a a more appealing source of obsession. What were are you more interested in the whale or that sense of Obsession I? My ultimate interest was within the obsession of which became a participant in as well as the documents are of. I there anybody who knows me during the eighteen months span probably two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen. When I was working on that long piece nose and was subjected to listening to like a particular song that had been inspired by the whale? Everybody in my life was hearing a lot about the whale. I myself was coming out of a long term relationship and so I think that idea of solitude and what could be done with solitude became Quite moving to me as well and so when I was writing about these people who are obsessed. I wasn't writing about them. As kind of clinical anthropologist. I was writing about them as as kindred spirits in a way. How'd you land on this? I mean you have written a lot about obsession and things that people become obsessed with whether it's running incredibly long distances whether it's it's the whale whether it's a mysterious skin condition or the idea of reincarnation how'd you end up landing on what you become obsessed with so there are lots of pads to my subjects. Sometimes their personal so in the case of the ultra marathon the brutal race through the Tennessee Z.. Wilderness that you mentioned i. It first came onto my radar screen because my brother was running it and he is now run it run it and not finished it many times which is kind of in some ways points race did not finish other pieces come to me. Through editors and editors approach me with a lot of ideas that I don't take so I think it it always always comes down to the question of whether I feel both a deeper level of connection to the story and usually that deeper level of connection comes from feeling like I can tell both the surface story of the whale of families who believe their kids were reincarnated spirits from the past. There's there's that story that I can report out on the tangible level but for me to really take the story on there has to be some set of deeper questions that I feel like that surface. This material is granting the access to and that's ultimately my entry point into the story. How do you define that? I mean the the idea of obsession because it's not just a fascination. It's not a preoccupation. It's something that's deeper and it's not just about time either. It's it's something that goes beyond that. What's what's the definition that you apply to that I think for me part of part of what I come back to you in thinking about? What makes something an obsession? Is that it. It feels as much a part of of a person as the external realities of their lives so their family life their job life their daily commute their their home where they live. You know that that this obsession if you were to ask that person like who are you. What makes you who you are? What makes you tick that? This obsession would be just as much a part of that answer. Maybe even a bigger part of that answer then. Those External realities of their daily pragmatic life. Life it's almost like if if every person is sort of the is the version of like the surface of the earth or kind of geologic crust than the obsession is this Fisher that opens in the earth in. It feels like that Fisher can deliver me to something deeper and more multi and stranger inside of them. You could dismiss some of the things that people people are obsessed with. There's a piece in the collection about couple who believes that their son was Second World War pilot and his past life and it could be easy to say. Well that's odd and kind of put it off to one side. You don't do that. The why the reincarnation piece was a good example of the fact act that there was a reality happening there no matter what. So maybe there was the reincarnation of a World War Two fighter pilot in in which case that was a reality that was happening but even even if you were to somehow which would be impossible I think totally disprove the possibility that he was reincarnated fighter. Pilot there's still a reality of what's happening there. which is that a family has constructed an entire sense of identity around around the soul of their son being the sole of this pilot? And that's become a big part of their sense of who he is as a person it's become a big sense of who for him who he is says the person and it's become a big part of their family narrative so for me it's impossible to dismiss because whatever the truth of the reincarnation piece there is a truth truth happening there of the store. Is that this family has been telling themselves and kind of constructing their their lives around as a journalist. Or you comfortable with that. I mean you talk about with this in in The pieces as well the line that you may or may not be crossing. It's not as though you believe their story. But you don't completely dismiss it as well and you almost believe you you you find yourself almost aligning with with what they're saying right. Yeah so I think my I think. My understanding of my role was the journalist in relation to their story was that I had to pursue that angle. Of how does the story of reincarnation align with the facts that we can see your. The scientific frameworks we do have but at the same time it also felt like to me and even more compelling part of my role as a journalist was to really investigate what the story had come. I'm too mean for the family and to be as honest as I could on the page about my own. Subjective investments in the story. Why I felt defensive? Incisive of this belief in reincarnation why I wanted to sort of make a case for a belief in reincarnation as suggesting something beautiful about a human understanding of the soul even if we couldn't back it up with physics for example. When I'm writing about reincarnation I'm also early on and twelve step recovery and actually a a lot of the ideas that were appealing to me about twelve step recovery? Were also appealing to me in the vision of Self Hood that reincarnation suggested and so I put that I put put that kind of bias on the table. Because I think I'm telling a story of my encounter with a phenomenon and that's a part of that story. It's also but encounters with with people told me a little bit of votes the photographer that you meet in one of these pieces any appeal. Yeah another another instance of obsession. In this case I think both identity and and time the passage of time have have a lot to do with with her obsession but Anne is a photographer who has been photographing the same family in in Mexico for almost thirty years at taking many many trips to spend many many weeks in their company a lot of her method involves does getting close at both emotionally and literally so that she can show up enough times to be present for the shots that are ultimately going and it be the ones that kind of crystallized some truth for her but I was really interested in her photography as an art practice but I was also really interested in her emotional investment in that work the way that she kind of wasn't able to let go of it. What did you learn from her obsession? A couple of things one that the same things that make a creative process beautiful and profound can also make it wrenching and difficult so I think for her part of what I loved about the photographs. She had created of this family was the fact that they existed over thirty years the fact that they seemed saturated with the intimacy of these bonds. But I also saw the way is that you know. First of all there was a a kind of pain embedded in her relationship with them because she was exposed to the injustice of their poverty the extent of their suffering not that their lives were entirely composed of suffering but they held a lot of difficulty. And that you know for her there was a a real ongoing pain in becoming so close to them so I think that double edged sword quality of like the same same thing that makes something strong can also make it..

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"leslie" Discussed on The Current

The Current

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"leslie" Discussed on The Current

"Not just any whale song though. The sound pattern is similar to the call of a blue whale but at a much higher frequency the mystery behind did that sound has gripped the imagination of people right around the world. Leslie Jamison tells that story of obsession and others like it in her latest collection of essays. Make it scream make it burn. Leslie is the author of the New York Times bestsellers recovering and the empathy exams. Leslie Good Morning Can Morning Matt. Let me start to be here. It's great to have you let me start with that sound. It's the sound of fifty two blue. What is the story of this whale? The story of fifty blue which is still ongoing actually is the story of the whale who ultimately became known as the loneliest whale in the world as you said his his his song was first discovered by these naval audio engineers. Once a set of Navy hydrophones had been kind of decommissioned from tracking Soviet subs at the after the end of the Cold War and they heard the song that was unlike. Any whale song. They'd ever heard and wants. Their results became public. People became obsessed with this this elusive Wale and his song for a couple of reasons that his song was different from any other whales and that he was always tracked traveling alone. I was interested in telling not only the story of the whale himself. And how he had been discovered but really the stories of people who had become obsessed with him and why they had become obsessed with him and and what sorts of meanings they projected onto him. Told me more about that. Because to your point people people became obsessed with this. Well Yeah I think and and I'm very interested in in getting at the insides of people in the mysterious insides of people through these things that they get consume buying. Can't let go of so you know I tell the story. Three of a Polish tabloid photographer who got down by his girlfriend and became very attached to the whale as a sort of mascot of heartbreak and ended up getting a massive massive tattoo of the whale. That I can show you many many photographs of if you're interested across his back I tell the story of a an Irish union organizer Sir. who sort of restarted his life and Middle Age and for him the whale was a mascot of endurance? I really got quite close to one woman men who was recovering from a coma up in Harlem and for her the whale was simultaneously symbol of loneliness and a symbol of what it might mean into be resolutely adamantly independent. Why did people project so much onto the whale? There's a line that somebody says that the whale is everything. What was it about this whale? That allowed them not just to get the Tattoo and to write songs about it and to create art inspired by the whale but to project all of that onto this thing I think there were a few elements at play. I think for starters. The whale was simultaneously vivid and distance. So it's it's an immediate media image of this whale all alone in the vast ocean you can picture you can kinda get attached to that image but the will was far enough away that we didn't really know do that much about him and that not knowing made it easier to project sort of everything onto him. I also think there's something about Wales Moby. Dick is obviously the original white canvas. Bewail who comes to stand for lots of different things to lots of different people in the Melville novel but I I think whales are simultaneously genially so huge and powerful and that with this particular whale there was a sense of vulnerability living alongside that huge massive power because has he was always alone because he was a little bit different and I think those veins of vulnerability made him a a a more appealing source of obsession. What were are you more interested in the whale or that sense of Obsession I? My ultimate interest was within the obsession of which became a participant in as well as the documents are of. I there anybody who knows me during the eighteen months span probably two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen. When I was working on that long piece nose and was subjected to listening to like a particular song that had been inspired by the whale? Everybody in my life was hearing a lot about the whale. I myself was coming out of a long term relationship and so I think that idea of solitude and what could be done with solitude became Quite moving to me as well and so when I was writing about these people who are obsessed. I wasn't writing about them. As kind of clinical anthropologist. I was writing about them as as kindred spirits in a way. How'd you land on this? I mean you have written a lot about obsession and things that people become obsessed with whether it's running incredibly long distances whether it's it's the whale whether it's a mysterious skin condition or the idea of reincarnation how'd you end up landing on what you become obsessed with so there are lots of pads to my subjects. Sometimes their personal so in the case of the ultra marathon the brutal race through the Tennessee Z.. Wilderness that you mentioned i. It first came onto my radar screen because my brother was running it and he is now run it run it and not finished it many times which is kind of in some ways points race did not finish other pieces come to me. Through editors and editors approach me with a lot of ideas that I don't take so I think it it always always comes down to the question of whether I feel both a deeper level of connection to the story and usually that deeper level of connection comes from feeling like I can tell both the surface story of the whale of families who believe their kids were reincarnated spirits from the past. There's there's that story that I can report out on the tangible level but for me to really take the story on there has to be some set of deeper questions that I feel like that surface. This material is granting the access to and that's ultimately my entry point into the story. How do you define that? I mean the the idea of obsession because it's not just a fascination. It's not a preoccupation. It's something that's deeper and it's not just about time either. It's it's something that goes beyond that. What's what's the definition that you apply to that I think for me part of part of what I come back to you in thinking about? What makes something an obsession? Is that it. It feels as much a part of of a person as the external realities of their lives so their family life their job life their daily commute their their home where they live. You know that that this obsession if you were to ask that person like who are you. What makes you who you are? What makes you tick that? This obsession would be just as much a part of that answer. Maybe even a bigger part of that answer then. Those External realities of their daily pragmatic life. Life it's almost like if if every person is sort of the is the version of like the surface of the earth or kind of geologic crust than the obsession is this Fisher that opens in the earth in. It feels like that Fisher can deliver me to something deeper and more multi and stranger inside of them. You could dismiss some of the things that people people are obsessed with. There's a piece in the collection about couple who believes that their son was Second World War pilot and his past life and it could be easy to say. Well that's odd and kind of put it off to one side. You don't do that. The why the reincarnation piece was a good example of the fact act that there was a reality happening there no matter what. So maybe there was the reincarnation of a World War Two fighter pilot in in which case that was a reality that was happening but even even if you were to somehow which would be impossible I think totally disprove the possibility that he was reincarnated fighter. Pilot there's still a reality of what's happening there. which is that a family has constructed an entire sense of identity around around the soul of their son being the sole of this pilot? And that's become a big part of their sense of who he is as a person it's become a big sense of who for him who he is says the person and it's become a big part of their family narrative so for me it's impossible to dismiss because whatever the truth of the reincarnation piece there is a truth truth happening there of the store. Is that this family has been telling themselves and kind of constructing their their lives around as a journalist. Or you comfortable with that. I mean you talk about with this in in The pieces as well the line that you may or may not be crossing. It's not as though you believe their story. But you don't completely dismiss it as well and you almost believe you you you find yourself almost aligning with with what they're saying right. Yeah so I think my I think. My understanding of my role was the journalist in relation to their story was that I had to pursue that angle. Of how does the story of reincarnation align with the facts that we can see your. The scientific frameworks we do have but at the same time it also felt like to me and even more compelling part of my role as a journalist was to really investigate what the story had come. I'm too mean for the family and to be as honest as I could on the page about my own. Subjective investments in the story. Why I felt defensive? Incisive of this belief in reincarnation why I wanted to sort of make a case for a belief in reincarnation as suggesting something beautiful about a human understanding of the soul even if we couldn't back it up with physics for example. When I'm writing about reincarnation I'm also early on and twelve step recovery and actually a a lot of the ideas that were appealing to me about twelve step recovery? Were also appealing to me in the vision of Self Hood that reincarnation suggested and so I put that I put put that kind of bias on the table. Because I think I'm telling a story of my encounter with a phenomenon and that's a part of that story. It's also but encounters with with people told me a little bit of votes the photographer that you meet in one of these pieces any appeal. Yeah another another instance of obsession. In this case I think both identity and and time the passage of time have have a lot to do with with her obsession but Anne is a photographer who has been photographing the same family in in Mexico for almost thirty years at taking many many trips to spend many many weeks in their company a lot of her method involves does getting close at both emotionally and literally so that she can show up enough times to be present for the shots that are ultimately going and it be the ones that kind of crystallized some truth for her but I was really interested in her photography as an art practice but I was also really interested in her emotional investment in that work the way that she kind of wasn't able to let go of it. What did you learn from her obsession? A couple of things one that the same things that make a creative process beautiful and profound can also make it wrenching and difficult so I think for her part of what I loved about the photographs. She had created of this family was the fact that they existed over thirty years the fact that they seemed saturated with the intimacy of these bonds. But I also saw the way is that you know. First of all there was a a kind of pain embedded in her relationship with them because she was exposed to the injustice of their poverty the extent of their suffering not that their lives were entirely composed of suffering but they held a lot of difficulty. And that you know for her there was a a real ongoing pain in becoming so close to them so I think that double edged sword quality of like the same same thing that makes something strong can also make it..

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"leslie" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"leslie" Discussed on WBAI

"The mind can be great. Accidents? Didn't take. We don't. To trays. Leslie breaking. Never gonna be. This. With. Made. But. About the agents. To train. Leslie break defense..

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REAL 92.3

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"leslie" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Leslie right now, you think boys neighbor. Side. Side. Thing. Lost and found but. From your. When. Saw. Rich. Side. Saw. I'm sorry. Real ninety two. Yeah..

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