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"Above 13 million. But a report from a CDC researcher says the actual total maybe as much as eight times higher. ABC is Trevor Ault. Iran, blaming Israel for the assassination of the Islamic Republic's Top nuclear scientist and is promising revenge. The recount of votes in Milwaukee County. The president Trump requested actually shows Joe Biden gaining votes heading 132 to his margin of victory in the county and neighboring counties recount expected to ramp up on Monday Right now at the Vatican, Pope Francis elevating 13 bishops to cardinal today, among them the first ever black American. College football matchup between Ohio State vs Illinois said for today canceled due to a coping 19 outbreak No immediate reports of casualties or damage after a 4.7 magnitude earthquake in eastern Turkey. Dave Packer ABC News Good morning. Here's a look at the area roadways being first. Right now, the heat of expressway gonna go both directions relationship. It's probably cook and the Kennedy Junction if you're making away on the Kennedy Expressway in and out, no reported incidents, 20 minutes getting in here from that our eyes, our students and good You alright? Expressway inbound express lanes. They had a crash of the sky with that's been cleared out a little bit of a delay for make your way into downtown with that ongoing rubbers in the right lane and Roosevelt by the 17 minute travel time in Downtown. I'm good press expressways. A good lead for drivers. Clear. Soul rubs no complaints. 80, Northwest Indiana, also in decent shape. W L s E m E 19 thriving center of Dan Levy with than accepting 30 minutes. You see a doctor for your health, sometimes a specialist mechanic for car problems. Anyone under 20 for your smartphone? Well, duh,.
'Happiest Season' Makes the Yuletide Gay
"Actually got kind of Ah, new wrinkle in terms of Christmas films with happiest season, which is basically Hannibal Hallmark Christmas movie style. Look at a relationship between two lesbians in Love. Who go, Tonto. The family of one of the women. And obviously, mom and dad don't know about their daughter's Proclivities. And, you know, I guess hilarity ensues, but it zoom in here or is it a good nature? Romcom ish kind of thing, Or is it home isn't a hallmark E Christmassy. What is it? Yeah, I would say, you know if you ever said to yourself, where are the corny Hallmark Channel style movies about same sex couples at Christmas? This? Well, here's your answer. Happiest season is actually made the Elsa cut above most of those films because you have good actors involved here. Kristen Stewart that's right from the Twilight franchise and a few better films plays one of the young women and Mackenzie Davis, who some people will recognize as the android heroin from the recent Terminator movie. They're the two women and they're going to spend Christmas With the parents played by Victor Garber and Mary Steenburgen. They didn't stand in terms of the cast. You get Daniel Levy of that very popular Emmy winning a sitcom that has Creek in its name and Aubrey Plaza on the gas tire. It's a good cast and obviously You know you're gonna have some meat, cute stuff going on and some deception and what have you, but But truly, it follows the standard formula for these movies, except it's a couple of women in love. And of course, they've got to, you know, kind of keep the secret until everything is revealed and get a basically it generates some laughs and real emotional tension and, wow, moments it. You know, you could see it on Who, Lou, if you have
Seattle City Council approves new car-tab fee
"To an existing $20 fee that now pays for street repairs. These fees replace an expiring $60 car. Tad Levy, Council member Alex Peterson and others favor directing the new feet toward maintaining the city's aging bridges, even though some voters would prefer to invest in transit and walk ability. Improvements by Temple member Peterson's proposal to shift money from transit people need right now, and you did her bridge maintenance. The $60 car taffy that helped fund Seattle bus service expires next month, meaning overall the city Tab fees will drop from $80 to $40 next year. Of course, that's on top of whatever the state is charging. Corwin Headache Comb Oh noona, federal judges to come avoiding permits needed for a methanol plant on the Columbia River in Calama, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers have granted the permits for the construction of an
New Jersey Recreational Marijuana Bill Advances, But Lawmakers Differ On Details
"Wins news time. 6 10 On Election Day New Jersey voters overwhelmingly approved legalizing recreational pot, now lawmakers in the state Senate Assembly of advanced legislation to establish a recreational marijuana market place. But Are different details. The Senate version eliminates caps on the number of licenses well, the assembly bill increases the number 2 37 from 28. Both bills call for a sales tax of one third of 1%. That's in addition to the States. 6.6% sales tax Bills also allow the Cannabis Regulatory Commission to Levy in optional additional excise tax, with the proceeds going towards social equity programs. Both chambers expected to hold floor votes next
Hollywood, Florida Mayor Josh Levy Shares His Experience Catching COVID As Stark Reminder To Wear Mask
"That had absentee ballots inside from the Lighthouse Point Post Office, they several charges including stealing, moving, altering a ballot box. was out more to leader is reminding his community about the importance a wearing a amass Hollywood mayor John Levy revealed in a facebook post that he contracted corona virus after having a meal with a friend, he didn't know was infected
Zeta barrels across Southeast after battering weary coast
"At least six deaths are being blamed on zeta as the storm moved quickly along the southeast zeta reach land as a category two hurricane in Louisiana well done to much freaky forest lives in one of the more than two million homes without power Jeanne glorious preparing for the long haul I have no lights I don't know how long they'll be without power I'm hopeful that my generator gets fixated didn't weaken much as it moved into Georgia in my neighbor's yard at ten Downing David Griffin in Atlanta wasn't as close to that tree as another member of the family is that the most damage appears to be on the barrier island of grand Isle in Louisiana where data punch three breaches and a levy I'm at Donahue
Oreo Built a ‘Doomsday’ Vault to Protect Its Recipe and Cookies
"Kind, of overplayed I didn't have that on my twenty twenty Bingo Card joke apart from murder Hornets. Another big one people didn't see coming was the asteroid scheduled to hit earth on the US's election day because the of course that's just so twenty twenty. But of course, as you all know, asteroid two, thousand, eighteen, vp one is not actually going to hit earth. As NASA end individual astronomers have explained many times while it is scheduled to get very close to the Earth on November third the asteroid itself is only about six and a half feet in diameter and only has a point one percent chance of entering the Earth's atmosphere, and even if it did, it would disintegrate before causing any actual damage. Blitz like the murder Hornets, what fun is the actual truth when you're trying to be Glib in cynical on the Internet. And thus Oreo has leaned into the asteroid hype and built in actual vault in Norway to protect Oreos in the case of an asteroid spawned apocalypse. And you to be honest while they may be exaggerating on the asteroid thing in apocalypse caused by any number of things doesn't sound too unlikely these days. So maybe Oriole is onto something. But anyways. It was in response to a tweet asking who would protect the orioles. If asteroid two, thousand, eighteen, vp one to hit earth which made oreo decide to build a smaller look alike of the. Vault in Svalbard Norway which holds over half a billion seeds from nine hundred and thirty thousand varieties around the world and is meant to preserve the world's botanic Levy in the case of a doomsday situation. The Global. Oreo Vault was built nearby the famous seed vault and is packed with the oreo recipe as well as a large stockpile of oreo cookies. or together a a video announcing the vaults in while the video is mostly fabricated with actors playing the Oreo reps in the volt architect. Every report I can find about this seems to indicate that the volts is actually real. which like it can be rate this is completely justice done rights. Oreo said in a statement quote as an added precaution, the orioles packs are wrapped in mylar, which can withstand temperatures from negative eighty degrees to three hundred degrees, Fahrenheit and impervious to chemical reactions. Moisture air keeping the cookies fresh and protected for years to come and quotes. Even, if we are to believe that the vault is actually real an even with all of those precautions I, personally a little skeptical about how long those cookies will last especially after what I learned last week from those moldy twinkies. But I mean, Hey, I guess if there is an apocalypse, any survivors will have a bunch of crops to plant from the seed vault and then some orioles munch on while they wait for harvest. so thanks corporate marketing stunts.
Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Unveils "Pandemic Budget"
"Lightfoot the budget proposal includes a ninety four, million dollar property tax hike gas tax hike and layoffs as well as eliminating unfilled positions carol it seems like there are not that many maybe just a few good choices to turn to when you've got a one point two, billion dollar deficit. Brandis I think you don't even want to say good choices. Because, there are none. And you could route around for crop corporate head tax for transaction tax neither of which is going to pass muster of for most of the city council, a a number of other remedies that would need state legislative approval. There are no good choices, and then you say, do we go deeper into the rainy day fund immediately in the answer probably is no not right now because the pandemic is going to bring us maybe third wave of emergencies. So there's nothing cheerful about this only bad options. The mayor also stressed quote. Congress do your job to urge funding for cities towns. People are going to be receiving layoff notices on March first heather city employees. I would imagine between now and then a pretty anxious wondering whether or not they're going to be on the chopping block when that happens. That's right. It's a really a between a rock and a hard place and I think the mayor said, well, at least we can. We can. We have enough money in the bank to sort of put off this pain in the hopes that it something does pass the Senate and get signed either by a press, a president trump or future president biden and potentially But that's that's really hard on families and we heard mayor like talk. About that saying she knew she grew up in a family that lived paycheck to paycheck and that had to rely on food thinks giveaways when her father lost her job and I think that wears on her but it will not blunt criticism from progressive groups and others who say that this budget will really land hardest on the poorest chicagoans because of course, if you're living paycheck to paycheck and you might not have a job come. March. Second. That's very difficult place to be especially at a time were really high unemployment and the mayor also emphasized that there would be no reduction of service despite requiring furlough days for Non Union employees. Here's what she said sees and layoffs. We are also seeking five furlough days from all non union workers and I will lead by example and take those five furlough days myself. And we have worked with every city department to make sure that these personnel reductions will not result an immaterial decrease in the delivery of services to our residents. Amanda isn't going to be hard for residents and taxpayers to believe that services will remain the same under these difficult circumstances if you if you don't have some influence on the job some days. Well. There are rules around what can and can't be done in somebody is on furlough I'm going to guess that Mayor Lori lightfoot leading by example will still be working as mayor. There is no time off. So many of these are high level positions I don't think that you're going to see a dramatic cut or of the many things that we're going to worry about in the in the budget that that is going to be, and I will add that it's sort of difficult to measure these. Days, anyways, some departments presumably have a little bit less going on because of COVID nineteen end less demand for those services. Others are needed more than ever because residents are dependent on that but you're also giving services to residents in different ways again, because many people are staying at home. So it's all just going to be difficult to measure, but I think a choice that the mayor had to make particularly issues looking to these other choices of layoffs and raising property taxes she had to do some furloughed. Parents the mayor also says that she does not support so-called defunding the police, but she does support. Changing which first responders answer calls? How big is changing the first responder model while she's talking about a pilot program, which we don't know the specifics of yet. But this is something that is united people on both sides of this quote unquote defunding police battle. I've had so many police, officers and first responders tell me over the years that they don't want to be responding to. These certain types of calls, domestic issues, mental health people having a breakdown equipped to do it. They want to do police work, and they believe that work should be left up to mental health providers. So there is a program in Los, Angeles they've been doing this in Los Angeles where those calls go to there's a psychiatric mobile unit that runs around the city and offers services. And I've had first responders here. Tell me we need to do what L. A. is doing. So maybe this is what the mayor's talking about and it's it's so strange that you know defunding police engender so many emotions on both sides and yet this is actually something that police officers and activists actually agree on something. Yeah. Community agrees on this as well. Heather what's next? We're going to see a very tough battle in city. Council. I think we are So I think the biggest sticking point is going to be not only the ninety four, million dollar total property tax side but the mayor also wants to change the way the city levies property tax every year by changing it to an automatic increase, which is tied to the increase, the cost of living which is set by the federal government every year, and she says that that will avoid big property tax hike sort of on it every so often basis but I think that there are going to be some older minute we're GONNA have to. Sort of take a deep breath before they decide whether to vote for that because, of course, the municipal elections are just around the river bend at in two thousand and twenty three, and that could make winning reelection and more difficult. I. WanNa follow up here because I'm confused, we've got the one point two billion dollar budget gap, but there's also hundred million dollar budget gap this year because a revenues came in so much lower than what intimidated obviously because of covid how is that? Does that money just get sweeped into the next year I don't understand how that works. For the stint as might what I do right now. Is being filled by refinancing city data. So essentially, they're taking debt that it is at a higher interest rate. They're sort of refinancing it hoping to get a lower interest rate and they're taking those savings and then using that to cover the
The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting
"The Supreme Court allows extra time for Pennsylvania's mail in ballots by Marc Sherman and Mark Levy. Washington. The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to count mailed in ballots received up to three days after the November third election rejecting a Republican plea in the presidential battleground state. The justices divided four four on Monday an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that required county election officials to receive and count mailed in ballots that arrive up until November sixth. Even if they don't have a clear postmark as long as there is not proof it was mailed after the polls closed Republicans including President Donald Trump's campaign have opposed such an extension arguing that it violates federal law that sets Election Day as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November and that such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers not the courts. The State Republican Party Chairman Lawrence Tavis said the party disagrees with the decision and noting the four four decision. It only underscores the importance of having a full supreme court as soon as possible to be clear. The Supreme Court decided not to grant stay which does not mean the actions of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would withstand a legal challenge to their judicial overreach. Should the court hear the case tape said? Nancy Patty. Mills Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party accused Republicans of trying to sow confusion and disenfranchise eligible voters. This is a significant victory for Pennsylvania voters. Mills said in a statement, the Democratic majority on the state's High Court had cited warnings that postal service delays could invalidate numbers of ballots and surging demand for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic to invoke the power used previously by the state's courts to extend election deadlines during a disaster. Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans call for the court to block the State Court ruling. Justices Samuel Alito Neal Gorsuch Brett. Cavanaugh and Clarence Thomas would have required the state to stop accepting absentee ballots when the polls close on November third. There were no opinions accompanying the order. So it is impossible to say what motivated either group of justices the conservative justices have been reluctant to allow court quarter changes to voting rules close to an election. The court also is weighing a similar issue from Wisconsin but in that case, the ruling being challenged comes from a federal appeals court and the Democrats who are asking the justices to step in. Most states make election day the deadline, but eighteen states half of which backed trump the twenty sixteen election have a post election day deadline with nearly a million votes already cast in Pennsylvania, we support the court's decision not to meddle in our already working system Pennsylvania's Attorney General Democrat Josh Shapiro said in a statement. On, a separate track Republicans in the State House have pressed Governor Tom Wolfe a Democrat to agree to eleventh-hour legislation to eliminate or limit the three days under the court's order. The case is one of many partisan battles being fought in the state legislature and the courts primarily over a male in voting. In Pennsylvania amid concerns that a presidential election result will hang in limbo for days on a drawn out vote count in the battleground state. And Pennsylvania the State Democratic Party and a liberal group the Pennsylvania Alliance for retired Americans had salt an extension of the election day deadline to count mailed ballots. About two point eight, million mail in ballots requested and approximately nine hundred thousand returned democratic registered voters are requesting mail ballots at a nearly three to one ratio over Republicans, and it's September seventeenth ruling the divided state Supreme Court said ballots must be postmarked by the time polls close and be received by county election boards at five pm on November six, three days after the November third election it also said that ballots lacking clear postmark could be counted unless there was evidence that they were mailed after the polls closed.
Le'Veon Bell Signs With Chiefs
"Levy on bell is headed to the Kansas City chiefs the defending super bowl champs signs of three time pro bowler to a one year deal big boost for that Kansas City offense they've been relied heavily on the rookie running back Light Edwards Allaire. Lady on took his excitement to twitter with this Kansas City chiefs kingdom. Thank you for the opportunity. Let's go Patrick mahomes followed it up equally as excited tweeting. Welcome my brother. Let's get
Buffalo Bills: Super Bowl Contenders?
"Marcel. LOUIS-JACQUES I assume when you got into the business of NFL reporting, you always dreamed, of Tuesday night football. You know I. I don't even know if covered Tuesday night football back at the high school or you've. So this is truly a unique experience. Marcel louis-jacques covers the BUFFALO BILLS FOR ESPN It is the third I believe NFL game on a Tuesday in seventy four years, and we are talking right now on Monday and we're doing that because there has been this steady drumbeat of positive cova tests that we've seen from the Tennessee Titans, the opponent of the buffalo bills on Tuesday night. Over the last couple of weeks, we're talking twenty four positive tests between players and team personnel, and it feels still I presume like this game could still get canceled any time until the ball is actually kicked off. So what are you hearing from the bill side? Are there concerns you've heard from players or coaches about fears around the virus going into this titans game. First of all, we haven't heard anything officially from the bills since Thursday they've been in limbo throughout the week and the weekend and kind of letting that spill over into the contact they put out into the world. But from what we had heard from them, they just WanNa play the game. They don't WANNA lose out on that game check. They don't want to be punished for something that they didn't do in that. You understand you gotta roll with the punches there in this era, but it does At its core kind of feel like a punishment if you can't play and you can get paid because of what another team is doing, it's like when you turn in your assignments but the kid across the table from you keep talking in the whole class gets recess canceled. So there's a little bit of frustration there. But from what they tell us, they trust the league they are just kind of rolling with it. They're finding things out as we're finding things out and it's kind of a tricky situation. For everybody involved. So the flip side of that dynamic, the diligent student and the one that is not getting their work in the way they're supposed to the flip side is like okay well, then the titans should have to forfeit has there been any talk around bills camp around that being a thing they would like to see again, not publicly because they've they've kept that core belief that they just want to play the game back. So we spoke with Mike high on Thursdays one of the last available. Players that was made for us. He said, he didn't even realize postponing canceling Games was a possibility. He just always assumed that. Okay. If this guy test positive, then they're going to have to move forward without that player. So it does get to a point where you can't just keep pushing games back. You know there's only so many times you can do that, and especially if there's a case of explicit negligence from the top down in an organization than forfeiting a game has to be at least considered. It seems harsh but so was the not staying socially distant and not masking up in the facility and all these other allegations that have been levied against the titans.
Source -- Tennessee Titans players test positive for coronavirus
"Hello everyone, and welcome to fill Lotto's fantasy corner where onto week five ladies and gentlemen. But we've hit yet another snag with Covid Nineteen. We expected there to be disruptions throughout the season but now multiple teams are starting to test positive and it seems to be mitigating the possibility of certain games this week the Tennessee Titans are at the forefront of this snag that the NFL's run into. Corey Davis was just placed on the Reserve Kobe Nineteen List and the titans who were a day away from returning to their facilities. We'll have to have two straight days of negative testing from players and personnel until they can resume activities at their facilities Tennessee. Now has twelve players on the COVID nineteen list since the team may not be able to practice the game against buffalo remains in. Doubt the League according to NFL DOT COM Tom Pal. Cerro has launched an investigation actually into the titans and they have seen a corona virus outbreak spread among their roster and are believed to have conducted an illegal offsite workout which believe can be found on twitter. There's a video or something along those lines kind of floating around and some around the League believe the League is about to. Really, come down hard on the Tennessee. Titans. We're talking about a historic type of punishment against the Tennessee Titans Mike Florio talked about it on pro football talk in addition to levying a six figure fines against the for the coaches not complying with masks protocols. The NFL has also threatened to strip some teams of draft picks and that would set this baseline and they actually might use the titans. As, a team to be the example for this because they really need to come down hard and they really need to not allow these teams to kind of do as they feel. And hold these workouts when they're all supposed to be in quarantine cause a virus is spreading throughout their team.
Whats 5Gs real impact going to be on the iPhone 12
"G. has been one of the most heavily hyped technologies in recent years and it's coming to the iphone twelve. I wrote her. Chang Industry daily charged with me is our expert things Mobile Shaare Tikkun. Welcome Char. Thanks for having me. We previously touched on how five G. will play a big role in the next iphone but ultimately, it wasn't mean to have five G. The African twelve. Yeah, I mean. So basically apples catching up with everybody else android basically all high end phones we've seen come out in the past year have had five G.. So this is that super fast connectivity super responsive there shouldn't be very much latency so you can do things like. You know have your band practice on Zoom and you'll actually be able to play in sync or do things like that. The phones are going to be capable. We'll have to see what happens with actually. And if they're able to take advantage of this, but generally, the idea is this is the connectivity that's going to be expanding all over the globe over the next decade basically, right for for most people especially off the bat, how will experience change or Willa Change? It really depends on what kind of five g you're tapping into. So some some versions of five G. are kind of slower They're not necessarily much faster than four g but then there's this other kind that's way way faster So if you're living in one of the cities that has it and you're basically standing near tower not behind any trees, you can have really fast download speeds kind of the problem. That we have with five G. Right now is it's basically all about speed. There are a ton of applications. There are a ton of new products or devices or services that really have evolved or come out because of five G.. So it's really kind of like downloading a video really quickly or streaming in four K. and not having glitch or anything like that. the hope is with apple getting into the market because it's it's going to be such a big player right away that developers start looking at more unique things that can take advantage of five G. and we have some some new services in new things come out like what we saw happen with four G. Right we had things like live streaming Uber A. Number of different apps you talked about the bands and let's break that down for our listeners. What are the different bands and which carriers are pushing, which bans when you think about the super fast life changing five g. that's something called millimeter wave. These are super high frequency bands extremely fast way way faster than what you get with four G. Super Responsive and. We're basically only seeing this in the US. This isn't really widespread around the world right now. And the biggest company that's really been pushing it is verizon verizon chose to build out its five G. Network I using millimeter wave so it can tout these insane speeds, but you can only get it in thirty six markets around the country. It's it's not even in every part of those cities so it might just be an you know downtown Chicago, but if you live on. The West side or whatever you can't get it. Then there's something called low banned. These are the slower but. More reliable airwaves, this has really been pushed by t mobile especially. So when t mobile talks about it's nationwide five G. Network, that's what it has. What's the nets reviewers have found is it's not really that much faster than four G. But It's easier for carriers rollout. We've also seen a t and T do a lot with this verizon hasn't launched its low band network yet, but that's still kind of expected this year the benefit of that is it's a lot easier to have pretty comprehensive, pretty good coverage. So you could theoretically cover a whole city with five G. if you're using low band kind of the sweet spot, five G. is what's called mid band. Waves these fall between the two and so there faster than four G. faster than low band. But they're more reliable than something like millimeter wave. So what we're going to see carriers use a combination of all three of those to have good five G. coverage over the next several years right support not mobile right now is really the only one actually ruling out mid band they got that spectrum from sprint while they were so. Griffin so desperate to by sprint and you're seeing some of that game rolled out now. In terms of price that that's obviously a big deal that iphones generally expensive phones began with. Do you think that Five G. will make. Phones more expensive. We're really going to have to see what happens. But what we generally seen across the board is that five G. does add to the cost of devices when the first five g phones came last year like Samsung's Galaxy S. ten was four hundred dollars more with five g. than if you just wanted the four version and kind of what that's meant is that if If there's an option in a market between four Gina Five G. version are buying the four G. version. They are buying five G. we've really seen prices come down very rapidly for five G. phones though. So Samsung's newest phones aren't really that much more expensive than the four G. versions last year or previously You know they're kind of starting around thousand dollars for their flagship lime. We'll have to see if apple. How much of a premium, it puts on five G. We also seen the millimeter wave versions are costing more than the other because they require some more components it's more difficult. There has to be these little sort of modules in a phone so that if you accidentally cover one with your hands, the other ones can still get the signal because the these radio waves cannot pass through your hands. So that adds to the size it it kind of affects the design of the device. I do think apple probably have. A premium for five G. but it's it's not going to be four hundred dollars more than what the iphone eleven lineup cost this year right? It's as you know the. Allow. These are the verizon variants right the pixel four with five g. that just got announced. Last week, we found out the horizon version that phone is one hundred dollars more than the standard Google version. So clearly, there's already a premium kind building on within a family of funds. So it'd be interesting to see how apple prices that particular millimeter wave. Version of it. Well, they're not they all get it. It's still kind of up in the air, right? Yeah. We don't know yet what's going to happen some rumors say that just the iphone twelve pro Max will have a millimeter wave version but basically, verizon doesn't really want to sell a five G. phone without millimeter wave and not everybody who wants a new iphone once the biggest phone. So we're really going to have to see if apple has millimeter wave in different options as well. you know kind of what we've seen with Samsung is they'll have one version that has millimeter wave and it comes out later than the other versions and it costs more than the other five versions. Apple, who knows what they'll do where we're GONNA find out but Yeah, it'll be really interesting to see how including millimeter wave is gonNA affect pricing for the IPHONES. Yeah. Speaking repricing there's also the other side of things, the carrier pricing plans and I'm sure this is something my listeners really care about is do I have to change my plan to access five G.? Yeah. That's a very complicated topic based on what carrier talking about you know, and then there's all these surveys coming out the like half of iphone owners think they're correct phones can access five their iphones can access five g. part of that is a t who had this five G. E. branding not five G. at all. You cannot access five G. it is forty with the different carriers, basically a t and T. if you want five G, you have to have a different plan. T mobile you can stay on your current plan and access five G. Verizon. Kind of has this sort of hybrid thing. If you want access, they're really fast millimeter wave you have to switch to a new plan Basically, these are all unlimited plans because the idea is five G. can consume a lot of data really quickly because it goes so so fast, you may not even realize how much you're consuming but but yeah, it's very complicated. Unit has a lot of good kind of breaking this down for people with some nice charts and explanations of how much is gonNa cost for four lines. What do I get with it etc but yeah, it is pretty complicated basically. Carriers get once a decade we moved to a new wireless technology. They've invested billions building out these networks may WanNa try to make that money back they want but they also at the same time, want people to move to these networks. So it's not like they're going to make it. So prohibitively expensive that everybody's like Nah I think I'm going to sit out five G. but you know they've they're trying to take advantage of the fact that we're switching to this new technology. Yeah. You make a good point. This is a big sort of switching opportunity for levies carries trying to get other folks jump from say at and T. mobile of rise in eighteen t with this new technology I suspect. You're right the plans already complicate I. Suspect will get even more complicated as we get more offers out as carries get aggressive And keep them under our listeners the the fine print on some of those plans they do still have those throttling limits. which they don't advertise but they do say like if you hit a certain amount, they do reserve the right to slow down even if it is a limited which I was found. A little annoying. But Anyway, the carrier. So the carriers that stone complication for folks who are looking to upgrade God. You know the regular old dependable phone what happens with that that I If, you have a for Gi phone. It doesn't mean that you need to throw this away by a new five G. iphone four G. keeps getting faster five G. isn't really widespread yet. So most markets you're still going to be tapping into four G. Any way you know especially, if you live in a rural area, there isn't really five G. There right now Four, G. also could get faster as more people move to five G.. So it's not like this phone is worthless but if you're planning to buy a phone this year, not upgrade for three or even four years you're probably GONNA WANNA buy a five G. phone. By that point, it's going to be pretty widespread We'll even see it in a Lotta rural areas and you. Just, need to future proof and look at five g. m. beyond just speed gains. What are some of the other benefits I'm talking about things like gaming a are that you could sort of expect to see on an foggy iphone? Yeah I mean I think that what one thing that apple probably push augmented reality that is something they've been talking about for a long time they. Just see huge potential with it You know kind of the best example we've seen as Pokey Mongo and that doesn't really rely on having that greater connectivity like that isn't something where all of a sudden it's going to be a much better experience with five G.. So we're going to have to see what developers come up with or apple comes up with things gaming. Kind of the biggest benefit with gaming aside from just the speed is the latency. So it there isn't going to be a sort of lag. So if you're playing a shooting game or you know whatever game against your friend I yeah. Thanks. Yeah. For nine point four. Although iphones I duNno fortnight. If you already have downloaded on here I found A. Those are going to be really quick and responsive and Yeah. We'll have to see though how much developers take advantage of this and and you know what? Actually what it's like in practice I think the phone makers and carriers frankly are all kind of struggling to find ways to make us really want five G.. I've talked to a lot of experts about five G. and what a lot of analysts have found is. People are only kind of buying five G. because that's the option that they have like all Samsung phones in the US now are five G.. So if you wanted a new Samsung phone, you're getting five G. phone you may be just don't even care that it has five G. it. But the hope is with apple getting into this market. It's not just oh yeah, this is the phone I have to get. It's more like Oh yeah. Here are some real reasons why five G. is useful definitely be interesting to see how apple markets five G. especially as as you said, like other people have struggled to really make a compelling pitch for five G. especially with all of us lockdown and not really on. The go take advantages on that network speeds.
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"levy" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…
"No it's not limiting because I think I'll always have gay characters in whatever I do I think the the great thing about the show and what I've always wanted to do was just. These inclusive as I possibly can include Eric does that represent my life in a way that doesn't feel like there has to be a lesson learned and I think the casual nature of of just including people is what we need more of just generally I think in television without having to. Make the the gay characters, the Butts of the joke where the punch line I think it's just showing people who they are. That's what that's. That's sort of life, and I think as a result I will always have queer characters in whatever I continue to to right just because that's important for me and it's such a necessary conversation to have. I think that very casualness that you talk about. Sample joyous. To see themselves affected on television screens and I think we're realizing more and more that there are so many people who have not seen themselves on television. Yeah. Yeah and and the response you've had to that has been. Huge, hasn't I mean so many people have reached out to you in an to celebrate that very fact and been. So touched by the fight that that it's not an issue. Yeah. I mean I didn't. We certainly didn't intend for that to be as meaningful as it has been for people but I think you just realize that. It goes to show just how rare those kinds of story lines are did that taken by surprise? And did because I think. I was just sort of writing something that I hoped would reflect my you know my life in ways that I hadn't seen before and I had no in no idea that it would kind of have the effect it had not just on Queer people but on their parents on their friends, it's been It's been quite remarkable and also you know people are describing the the. Show is kind of groundbreaking and I always say like it's a it's a strange compliment because it shouldn't be groundbreaking at this point. You know it's twenty twenty. These kinds of stories should exist all over the place but I guess to be part of of this new kind of wave of television that feels inclusive I. It's a wonderful. It's a wonderful time to be making television Having, conquered the World Sitcom and Canada you've now got A development deal in on ABC. At the world that you were saying, you know the the were ratings are analyzed where every everything you do is. On a different scale are you looking forward to that? Is that an exciting place to be? Yet been great it's been. It's been I went there because the team was so supportive of of what I was doing and I think the key, the key to anything is just surrounding yourself with a team of people that get what you're doing and wanted just help you continued to grow and that's what I'm doing. You know there's there's a lot we're developing a lot I mean, it's exciting. It's an exciting new world and know there's been a lot of things that I had been kind of jotting down while I was doing shits creek and I think because I chose to see all the way through. From start to finish, it didn't allow for any space to develop anything else. So so now I kind of opened up the journals that I had been keeping and really started to to look at the ideas that I n had while I was working on Shits Creek and and some of them were were were properly developing at this point in some some other ideas just came to me you know in the past few months. So it's it's a whole new world and it's really it's it's really exciting and I think the fact that people seem to like the show has afforded. A liberal of opportunity that I had never seen coming and yes. So I'm you know I'm I'm excited to sort of get a few things off the ground in the next in the next year or so and. And hopefully work with you. Oh, if you leave if you'd be willing Danielle, you don't have to ask twice. Okay. Rate the very you've Susan already said too much I'll be. Waiting for script. And nothing more. Having had dot massive success does that Does not feel like then the pressure to do something. Is Is is greater or does or actually there's a work as a confidence to feel like you're allowed in the room. No I think it's a bit of both I think it's interesting I. Go back to that same kind of idea that I had when I had left MTV I anytime you you walk away from something where you had had some success it's important to just not ever feel. Like you have to be defined by what you've done, that's been the biggest lesson for me is like not having this show define what I'm going to do in the future I'm so proud of it. I will love it till the day I die, and if this is the one great thing that I've ever put out into the world and that's a wonderful thing for me it's really about. Looking forward, not backward an hope hopefully trying my best to curb my own sense of of expectation whether you know whether I can continue to tell stories that that mean something to me and hopefully to other people and you know I think you know hopefully we can keep up that same level of quality but you know. Either worker it's not. There's such a joy to what you do and I for one kind of wait to see what the next thing might be wherever it may be, and whether I'm in or not a will be better if I am in it but Dan thank you so much. Next time we got married in the theater after the matinee all the audience left we got married on the stage. He was a witness Hugh. Jackman Nice show business was the witness at your.
"levy" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…
"You would take what they brought. You would give them something back was set of evolving thing or did they just take it and run with it and no? No No. I think even before we started working. I had sat down with Catherine Multiple Times just rice gus everything from how she wanted her character to speak to how she wanted the character to be dressed to He everything in between and You know she brings so much to the table just in terms of laying the groundwork for her character before we even begin and then it was really just running with what people had to offer in what people brought to the characters and I made sure before we even started the show that I sat down with with most of our actors just. Walked through the pilot episode with them asked him. If there was anything that character that they didn't feel was in line with what they want the character to be and really kind of personalized experience from the beginning so that when they walked onset, they were as comfortable with characters, they possibly could be. So that was really important and I think just inherently the the structure of the show was about A. Group of people who have no idea who they are and the goal was that the more seasons that we got the more, we were able to peel back the layers and expose these people for who they really were and and you know when have their have their eyes open to the fact that money doesn't solve problems in money doesn't bring happiness I mean it's not a novel idea but was something that. Was Really Fun to explore unfortunately we were given that kind of runway to tell these stories in a comedy but even like this sort of the ticks of the characters seem to come from a very truthful place. Like the way. David is not home my wife summons me. That is. I mean, you know that becomes became becomes it'll haunt me for the rest of my life. Is sure it becomes almost a catchphrase and yeah, it never feels untruthful as oppose was that something like and like the way The, way. Morris has. Become again now, that's how we say that word in our highs and I suppose these things only really work if they're not too self-conscious if they arise of the truth, the characters is that fair? Yeah I. Think we always made sure that there was a level of freedom in in performance that if people wanted to try things or say different things, we would would certainly entertain them because that's where I think the the real DNA of what the actor brings to the table in and for us it was about I would say it was about seventy, thirty, seventy, five, twenty, five in terms of scripted versus. Improvised, we always tried to leave some room for improvise ation. So the worst of that would happen just on the floor between takes Oh. Yeah. We we do a rehearsal and work things out in rehearsal before we even shot. Okay. So but again, I think when actors feel comfortable when you're not in a toxic environment where you're fearful of contributing something, you really get the best out of everybody. So it does take off run the world you do six seasons. But at the even before you start the six season, it's very clear that is going to be the last one. So, what's the thought was? How do you get to the point of going on now we walk away well I. You know I had carefully kind of laid out the majority of the seasons in advance I. I knew where I wanted them to go and I saw the show kind of has chapters in a book and I knew that by by season three that we were. Relatively halfway through the book and I originally was going to end the show and after season five, and then we were given the option to have two seasons five and six I think knowing that we had those two seasons locked in really allowed for a really thoughtful approach to hopefully to winding things down in a way that felt really motivated and I'm a big fan of. Shows that the leave a great lasting taste in your mouth? I think you know in America I think England has done so well is just really I mean you guys do till we run away if it's successful, we don't we dump. Like a Hawk Coal and run away screaming from it is. You know. So. But there's something really amazing about that. I mean I think it speaks to the quality and it speaks to the care that's put into the shows. So for us, it was really just about wanting the legacy of the show to be something joyful for people in for them to. To love as much when it ended as they did when it started if not even more. and. So we really kind of built to that conclusion and tried to lay the groundwork slowly. And carefully so that by the time we we wrapped up our last episode. It felt it felt easy because we were around that time I think. So many television shows don't get that kind of heads up. So they have to either if they find out that their shows going away, they have to wrap up your a million stories in. In six episodes or whatever. So it who we really took advantage of the fact that we knew. That we had twenty eight episodes to wind things down. Georgia I David Win. You're younger. Would you WANNA BE? I wanted to be an undercover. Scientist. Is the. Real joy is not real job..
"levy" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…
"Thirtieth. Because you'd started writing sketches on MTV, is that what you developed began to develop those kind of skills. I really even I mean I think it really I went out to La for a bit when I quit my job and MTV and okay even when I left my job and I didn't know where I was going to go next I really didn't know whether I was ever going to find that thing that made me feel completely fulfilled. Professionally speaking I didn't even know what I was going to do all I knew was that when I left Having, had some relative success in Canada the biggest choice that I I made when I left was to just not let the ego all the perks the fact that people kind of know who you are the fact that you can get a reservation at a restaurant effect what I was going to do next because I felt like if I was going to hold onto the ego side of the job, I would be in trouble and I think in doing that part of what I did was sit down and start to think of how would I perform again if it wasn't going to be hosting television show, what was it going to be and I always wanted to act and? I think when you're out of the industry for for in my case, it was eight years as a as a television host and I wasn't able to audition for for acting roles when you've had eight years away and you try and walk into an addition room and impress someone. If it's it's not gonna go well and so was it rougher getty oh terrible. I'm the worst auditioners in the in the world. That's really where the. I get so nervous and my nerves often affect my ability to memorize lines. That was why I couldn't audition screw up the lines, and then you know if the casting director was nice, they'd tell tell me to step outside and take a breath and come back in. To tells you to step outside and ticket breath. You didn't get the job you can really step and keep going step outside and don't come back. So I just for me, it was about writing something for myself. That might showcase what I think I can contribute as an actor and. There was expediency you just thought I can't get the parts the traditional way I'm GonNa have to write something put myself. I was thinking the job I think I'd be okay. Okay. Getting the job the problem. You I mean auditioning is its own. Form it's. Own Skill set you not necessarily the same skill set that data housing the bulk no because it requires the ability to combat your own nerves and anxiety and walk into a room and performed for strangers. Terrible terrible out of yeah. No you're on the other side of the table as it wear. No, you're auditioning actors. Are you hyper hypersensitive to that? So sensitive? Yeah I'll give I, mean I'll take way more the casting director when we first started seeing people for Shits Creek. was like these sessions are eight hours long and they should. and must like, well, there's something in each person that walked in here and I will mind that performance data. Is the order you know that they walk in the door? You any listen sometimes you know. And I will always give someone a second chance because I know the feeling of walking in doing it once and having someone to say thank you so much. Yeah. So, Shits Creek is that the first time you worked with your dad. Yeah, right and did you take the idea of working together to him? I did actually and for the longest time I had even when I was acting in school plays in high school I would he would always ask if I wanted his help and I would always say no I think because I was always. So scared of people knowing that I was his kid and the comparisons and I think you know just generally it's it's an impulse in a lot of people to kind of excuse the. Children of of actors as being kind of write offs or having gotten there because their parents somehow had just paved the way some you know it in a way the reality is that's not at all. There's far too much money involved and far too many people involved for one single actor to just say make my kid a star yes. Yes. The idea of nepotism in Hollywood I mean nepotism we'll get you so far but you actually have to bring something to the table if you want to succeed. When when the show came and I was I had done eight years on television in Canada and I had gained a sense of confidence that I had never had before I did go to him because I felt like. His sensibility, his comedic sensibility lent itself. So perfectly to this idea that I had been kind of. Thinking about and head coach. He is a writer to yeah, he had he had written all the I guess the the outlines for all of the Christopher. Guest movies they had done together and he just has i. think in everything that he does he's always reworked the parts that he gets know even in American pie the character was written completely antithetical to what it turned out to be. You know they just his ability to find the heart in every character that he did was such a such a lovely and impressive skill that he has and. I I wanted that kind of warmth and I wanted that kind of heart in this in this show and so I brought it to him and we sat down you know in my parents house and on a Sunday and just started talking about it and two week weekends past and and we had a pretty solid idea for a show. The idea was always that you would be in it and you would both. Yeah Right which for him was a huge huge risk to take right considering the yet he hadn't seen me sort of accents high school. I don't know where he saw then but yeah, it was a big risk. What do you think he was just excited to what with his son or do you think he did he go on? He's got something I. Think he was really excited to collaborate if nothing more than just the experience of of doing something creative with with your son I think was a really exciting thing. I truly believe that when he sat down and said, yes, he had absolutely no expectation that we would be doing anything beyond just chatting. Yeah. It's an interesting move shift through isn't it from being father son to being? Colleagues working on something together. Did that did that take a bit of wrestling defined how that worked? How you are sort of closure world. Oh, yeah I mean I think on his part justifiably. So there was a lot of fear about whether this was actually going to work and I think when Katherine came on board as well you know a friend of his colleague and someone the trust and admires, and suddenly you know I'm in a kind of position and not only am I having to act opposite you know her? And My dad, I'm also in a situation where after right for for the and being kind of authoritative produce orioles situation as well. So I think for the first year, my my dad was very aware of that and wanted to make it as easy as possible. I mean, he always says that it wasn't until the night before I shooting that he realized just how big of a mistake. If it didn't work out. Well, if suddenly it was just I. If I bombed as an actor and he had to excuse just a terrible performance to to Catherine, who likely would have panicked. And fled. Did He ever pull the DAD card? Go come on Donyo This is. This your backyard homebody show never pulled the dad card because he is the kindest most gentle loving person and I think for someone who could have pulled the DAD card a million times to have not is so telling of his character even when things got heated in terms of arguments and discrepancies in terms of what each of us thought character should be saying or doing or it all came down to the show..
"levy" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. . To make things are are right and also your daughter Sarah who's also in Shits Creek yes. . You see these kids suddenly become funny and become actors and begin to take on what you do did that freak you out or were you really happy about? ? Well I I certainly didn't encourage it <hes> and I- deep down was kind of happy about it because I understood it. . But. . You know in the beginning when they I know they did shows in high school. . <hes>. . And <hes> in when by the time they got to college university. . <hes> Dan went into kind of a film course and I, , thought well, interesting , he's got a thing he wants to be a director. . Put Films Together. . That's great. . And my daughter said she wanted to major in drama and I said, , really she said, , why are you surprised? ? I said because I know you did shows but I I've never heard you go on and on about how much he wanted to be an actor. . <hes>. . So she majored in Drama University and and we got to see her in her final year in some productions that was the only year. . The parents could go and see productions ride. . Vital. . Yes she was really <hes>. . Really quite good and I would watch your working her plays and and has watching him I'm I'm thinking to myself why her performances onstage are are so ripe for a camera. . But then then my son gets a job on MTV in Canada is vj when they started <hes> in Toronto whatever how many years ago now? ? And his work on camera was just incredible. . You know I mean what he was able to do his his <hes>. . Is. <hes> . improvising, , winging it you know personality coming through in a major way, and , then he started doing sketches and writing sketches and doing funny things that were really funny and I knew that he had a great I for this but nevertheless coming in to do a half hour. . Comedy. . Character driven. . That's a whole different. . You know <hes> animal and I I. . I did everything, , I could to get the show on the air. . When he brought me this germ of an idea. . <hes> a rich family losing their money <hes>. . and Lo and behold we. . We did
"levy" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Hello everybody. . I M Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the pop. . And right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. .
"levy" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I suggested he do yes. I was holding my tongue earlier. And also that as a reference to his last moments. I it's weird. I know felt good for him though. Does he like it? Well apparently they failed and then there was like a lawsuit between him. Baskin Robbins. That right I was just like I'm not going to dive into this. I don't need to you. Don't want to spend time out of your life figuring out what went wrong Gary Condit and baskin her up. We could do like a whole epilogue. I'm done with Gary Condit. Dive Gary Condit Be Baskin Rock. So now he just like some real estate something something like he's fine. I don't know. Is He still married or hand? Caroline's she'll has her thumbs. Everything's fine you know what the point of the story is that Caroline has thumbs. Women have thumbs. I really enjoy this though I enjoy that. This is a story where nothing works out for anyone. The truth remains you know if it was ever accessible. It isn't anymore and everyone screwed up because crime stories often are basically that and it's a rare that we let them be and this one just you cannot spin it in a way that where anyone seems to have triumph like it's mass and a nightmare and you. I don't know maybe it's nice to realize that like it's disingenuous to thank. You can turn someone being murdered into anything else right. It's an interesting story of two dudes who are both Kinda shitty but in different ways and there's no real evidence that either one of them killed Chandra but we have one who. It's very easy to pin the murder. On Yeah I just think the whole thing to me demonstrates like the importance of understanding the difference between circumstantial evidence evidence evidence. Yeah so in two thousand sixteen. When Gary Condit's book comes out he gives a bunch of interviews and this is just like head in your hands like Gerry. Shut the fuck up. This is what he says about what it was like going through that I felt like my reputation was being raped. Oh Gary Stop Editor. I know it was the equivalent to me of rape. I've never been physically raped. Emotionally and my reputation has been raped. Andrews like probably with a physical rape. You probably never recover from those emotions and those scars. I don't want to take anything away from Shandra and her family. Because I knew there the real victims. They lost someone. And it's like Kerry off. It's also like I thought that it would just be him using that metaphor one time in one sense but he was like nope. Nope we are staying with this theme we are saying. I'm going to say I was metaphorically raped over and over and it's like Gary use another Metaphor Gerry. It still seems possible to probable but lake. She did experience some form of sexual assault in connection with her murder and lake. Even the possibility of that makes it even more terrible for you to make that for than it would have been already in any circumstance. I do think the hardest cases to talk about are the ones where someone is. Not Guilty of a specific thing. But they're just Kinda shitty. Yeah well and you know I've been also working Perry Mason lately. I actually really admire that show. Because apparently the writer of the novels that the Perry Mason's stories are based on earl. Stanley Gardner had a plot wheel to decide what was going to happen in his books. Which means that you have various factors on various wheels. You have the wheel of hostile minor characters whose function is making complications for the hero. You have the wheel of complicating circumstances and so on and so when you need a plot development you spin the wheels. I guess I haven't used one. And you get heroes betrayed villain by spies or vital witness refuses to talk false confessions and so what happens in. The story is dictated by a combination of writing out good options for narrative. And then chance right. I find that so satisfying to watch him. Perry Mason because you'll have someone who seems set up to be the killer or you'll have a plot that seems very reasonable based on what you've seen so far and then the wheel spins and then something completely random. Send the frame and you're real life. I see where you're going with this. Where am I going with that? It's basically like thematically Gary Condit should have done it right but we have this completely random thing and we have Chandra Levy decided to go for a jog on Tuesday for no particular reason and then something terrible happened to her and there is no thematic residents. There is no larger meaning. It's just a roll of the dice and something that sucks. Yeah and just like we. We can't turn the tragedy itself into anything else. Yeah and we can't go looking for thematic resonance in things to the elimination of the non satisfying option rain. Which is basically what this ends up. You WanNa hear these relation wheel. Ooh Yeah so all and your book. You're like chop chop gotTA finish. These are some of your options gets villain to betray himself through greed. Ooh Villain killed while he slash she is trying to frame. Someone meets trickery with Horse Sense. Squashes obstacles share courage? Where is a series of Baskin Robbins Franchise?.
"levy" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"All right. Let's do this. How are you what the fuck? What the fuck stors. What the fuck it Delic's. What the Fuck Knicks? What the fuck cats. What the fuck nuts. I don't even know if I said that one in a long time. How are you mark mayor and this is my podcast? Wpf welcome to it. How's it going? Are you guys all right? Are you doing all right and then you are. You doing okay. What's going on? Snap out of it then. Don't fuck and fall into a hole. Look we're all in this together. Most of us who aren't standing on the steps of Capitol Buildings Dress like were prepared for war. Random flags dress characters some sort of video game. Jesus Christ whereas the demand for more tests no our sense of freedom in this country is very shallow almost infantile very shortsighted. Not Too many people thinking about the long game more about like Wind Guy Plays. I like I want to eat at the place I like. Why no one can tell me. I can't go to renew snits. Oh and eat inside if I want in my Bandanna hat with my goggles on and my gun I'll eat hot dogs. I don't know where that's coming from people. What's why is there any sniffles left? This is not a paid plug. I remember doing her Schnitzel. The you get a crowd dog at Dewinter sniffle or the Chicago style. Which had tomatoes on it which. I didn't like the Chili Dogs. Which was okay. I was acros guy which was weird. There was something about crowd when you're in high school. You know the other fellas like proud Mike. Yeah I was way ahead of the curve in this probiotic business. I knew what gut health was back when I was going. Diener Schnitzel in high school. Getting a crowd dog with mustard. Two or three of them. They're eating chili dogs. I'm like you guys are GONNA pay for that. Shit dog about the gut. It's all about the gut. Tell me you're asking. What about the Hotdog Dude? You know you got balance crowd sausage. You know what I mean. You want that fight to go on. That is the eternal conflict between probiotics. And what the fuck did you just eat? What's the fuck what is wrong with you man? How are we to even the probiotic bacteria or do we make it a little easier? Jesus Christ by the way. I'm GonNa Talk to Dan. Levy today of Shit's creek the other. Dan Levy I talked to another Dan. Levy a few weeks ago. Dan Levy now talking to Dan. Levy while you thought that Dan Levy was going to be Dan Levy but no it was not Dan Levy. Today's Dan Levy. Sorry for those of you who were disappointed by Dan Levy. No one's more disappointed by Dan Levy than Dan Levy so today Dan Levies here. Kind of here. I talked to him on the thing. Shits Creek Fund show. I talked to his father. Eugene Awhile back. I'll talk to Dan Levy about his father. Eugene Levy and how did with Eugene Levy? I think I did pretty well them you know. Here's the thing I know you're over it. Look I'm over it? I want nothing more than to just be able to go. Do things talk to people not wear masks? I'm not even sure what I'd like to do. How about socialize in a real way but look the point is despite the fact that some states are opening in that the leadership is non-existent or nebulous. They're still a lot of virus out. There were all sick of it. I know but there's virus out there. You can't avoid it just because you've decided it's Time Your Gut Calcio my gut tells me it's okay. Fuck your gut. I mean there is some leadership if you happen to have a decent thoughtful empathetic concerned governor or mayor but the leadership at the top is not giving any impression at their leading anything got an email from a guy who's in a nursing facility in Nursing Home Facility. He's got he's there for some other reason to. It's a convalescent home. He's convalescing for mental prize with a lot of older people. There's the virus in the place in Chicago and it started moving. Made me think that like those people are incredibly vulnerable. And it's a fucking disaster but Jesus man the reality for most people right now is that were without leadership without guidance and without any prognosis of how this is going to end and so for people in vulnerable situations nursing homes long term health facilities prisons public housing. It's even fucking more terrifying. And this guy he's in Chicago. Cook County one in four. Cova deaths are at the nursing home. So He's right these got it you know he's got a right to be to be fearful but as I said before you know if you're lucky living in a state where the citizens are concerned in the majority in the governmental leadership mayors and governors and people in the healthcare professions and law. Enforcement are are kind of like on top of the fact that look just because you're tired of this and just because what sort of coming down from the top is that It's kind of going away. It's not really. I don't WanNa be a Downer but hanging there. Let's lighten it up a little bit buddy. 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"levy" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Meanwhile Gary Condit went home to California. A ruined man. He sued a group of tabloids seeking more than two hundred million dollars in damages after bouncing around the courts. For several years. One suit was eventually settled out of court and a second suit was dismissed then in two thousand seven another set of new detectives took over the Shandra Levy case unlike previous investigators. They didn't Overlook Ingmar Guan Decay. Who was still in prison for the other? Rock Creek Park assaults in fact they made him their primary suspect. This was driven in part by a Washington Post investigation that revealed to the public for the first time that Guan decay was a suspect and the post also told the world he hadn't gone to work on the day of the murder not only that. Guan decays landlady remembered seeing him with a scratched bruised face around that time. Newspapers can report any evidence they consider relevant but prosecuting a murderer is a different story if they wanted to put on D.C behind bars for. Shawna's murder detectives. We're going to need a lot more than a day off. Work and landlady's fading recollection of some bruises. Their best hope was the suspects former cellmate. Armando Morales he still maintain that gwen decay had confessed. Morale is story hadn't changed a bit since he first told it. In September of two thousand and one which made him seem more trustworthy than before in two thousand nine gone decay was formerly charged with killing Shandra Levy his lawyers mounted a spirited defence that focused on shifting blame to conduct but the jury believed Armando Morales testimony in two thousand ten Ingmar Decay was convicted and sentenced to sixty years but in the case so fraught with twists. Of course that wasn't the end Guan Decay appealed and in two thousand fifteen. He won a new trial. Meanwhile a secret recording Morales emerged on the tape. He bragged about gang wars making hand-grenades ambushing a thief quote in a thug. Way And using shanks against fellow inmates. Prosecutors couldn't put barral on the stand again not when the defense would just play the tape. He would look like vicious career criminal throwing his cellmate under the bus to get out of jail early. Reluctantly THE GOVERNMENT DECLINED TO TRY. Guan decay a second time instead. They scheduled him for release from prison. And for a deportation back to El Salvador in. May of two thousand seventeen more than sixteen years after Chandra's murder gone decay was removed from the United States. His current whereabouts are unknown. As for Gary Condit. In Two thousand sixteen he released his true crime thriller with the help of Co author Britain piece. Denying the affair with Shonda entirely. This book is mostly angry. Rants against police on the FBI who he claims maliciously targeted him while ignoring the real killer. It's an appealing conspiracy theory. But it's condit's word against the coalition of Journalists Police the Levy family and the other women who claim to have been his mistresses as for who killed Chandra Levy. The case is still considered unsolved. Many people believe Guan Decay was the right man by Guan decay proclaimed up until the day of his deportation that he'd never even met Chandra. Maybe someday a new piece of evidence will emerge that gives this story a more definitive ending but with every year that passes. It's getting less and less likely that Shandra will ever get justice. The only thing we know for sure is that what ever happened to Shandra. It probably didn't involve a horse. Whisper a jealous spy or a private jet whisking her away to the Middle East but when have we Americans ever let the truth? Get in the way of a good conspiracy theory.
"levy" Discussed on Political Scandals
"It was though they left her body there to rot. Shandra Levy died on. May first two thousand one less than a month. After her twenty fourth birthday. She wouldn't be reported missing for five days and two remains wouldn't be found for more than a year. In the meantime her disappearance would become the biggest story in America and within the wall to wall news coverage her alleged affair with congressman. Condit would take center stage. That's up next now. Back to the story on May First. Two Thousand One twenty four year old bureau of Prisons Intern. Chandra Levy was murdered in Rock Creek. Park her parents still believe she was on her way home to Modesto California they plan to rendezvous then drive down together to La for her USC. Graduation on May eleventh at first Robert and Susan Levy assumed Shandra had taken some unconventional route west. She'd been considering writing the California Zephyr Amtrak train. They reasoned that Chandra must've forgotten to call and now she was in the middle of a multi day journey with limited cell. Phone service for the first couple of days the Levi's managed to convince themselves not to worry but the third day of May passed then. The fourth by the fifth shoulders is parents. Were feeling sick? She would never purposefully leave them. Hanging this long on May Sixth Richard Levy called the DC Metropolitan Police Department to report. Shandra missing the same day. He scoured her cell phone bills for any recurring patterns. That's where he found the phone number. Two Congressman Gary Condit's office this development prompted Susan to tell her husband everything she knew about the affair. It wasn't much but it was enough to convince Richard that he needed to talk to conduct right away. After some searching they got a hold of his home number condit's wife answered and a message a little while later he called back to hear the California Congressman. Tell it he was as surprised as anyone by Andras disappearance sure he knew her but only because she dropped by his office on Capitol Hill once in a while they were in close as Chandra told it when they were together conduct promised her the world but as soon as she disappeared he pretended they barely knew each other even before. Foul play was suspected. Condit was distancing himself. Susan was instantly suspicious if condit had ever cared for Shandra at all. He do anything to help. Find her including coming clean about their affair but conduct wasn't to come clean kind of guy he didn't like answering to anyone not even his own party. He proudly displayed a photo of the Republican Speaker of the House on his office. Wall and publicly befriended President George W Bush. These days people called elected officials. Like condit dyno's Democrats in name only to think of himself as a renegade that made him unpopular with house democratic leadership but at home in California's Eighteenth Congressional district condit was unbeatable first elected in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine to fill vacancy. He was on his sixth term in two thousand one when Chandra disappeared. Republicans didn't even bother to run a candidate against him in two of his reelection bids deep down though condit knew that his seat wasn't as safe as people thought he'd outwardly postured against Bill Clinton during the former president's impeachment hearings. If people found out conduct was an adulterer himself he'd be classified as a hypocrite. Not a renegade. The only feasible plan then was to deny deny deny no matter who is asking condit about Chandra Levy that included the police who arrived on. May Ninth Two thousand one eight days after Chandra's disappearance to question him for the first time at his apartment. Condit was careful. Yes he knew Shandra but no. He hadn't seen her lately. He evaded the question of if they were intimate. The investigators already knew that wasn't true. In addition to her parents Chandra's friends told police she'd referred to an unnamed man as her boyfriend she even occasionally admitted to her friends that this new Bo was in Congress hence the secret relationship. The Congressman's decision to deliberately withhold information from investigators in an effort to protect. His reputation is even more upsetting. Granted that at this point nobody but the killer new Shandra was dead. She could have still been alive perhaps kidnapped or lying injured at the bottom of ravine in the park unless condit was at the scene of the murder himself for all he knew he was getting in the way of an investigation that had a chance to save the life of his lover. Of course condit's still claims. He told the truth in that first interview. Two more rounds of police questioning changed his story though he broke down and admitted that Shandra had repeatedly spent the night in his apartment all the while the search for Shandra continued. The investigation was headed up by detective. Ralph Durant of DC second district. It was typically such a quiet neighborhood that the local cops were nicknamed Squirrel. Chasers WITH EVERY DAY. Shandra remained missing. The chances of finding her alive plummeted. Most likely the cops were looking at a homicide case. Potentially involving congressman. If the media got wind of it this could be the most explosive story of the decade. Investigators were desperate to find her. But the so-called Squirrel chasers had little homicide experience. They repeatedly failed to request the tapes from the surveillance cameras outside. Chandra's apartment which were recorded over every seven days by the time they got the camera footage everything recorded on. May I had been erased. Then a cop without proper tech training tried to search Chandra's laptop for clues. He accidentally corrupted the hard drive. This case was too difficult and too risky to handle without some outside help so very quickly the Metropolitan Police called in the FBI. It was a sick little irony the closest Chandra ever got to her dream job as an FBI agent was when she became the bureau's top priority. A week after she died that may reporters only new. Shandra lived in Gary Condit's district and had met him during her time in DC. The congressman even announced a ten thousand dollar donation to a reward fund for information on her disappearance which came his campaign treasury. What a good guy. So dedicated to a single constituent. He barely knew that he was giving up his campaign donations to help endow a reward fund who reporters on the DC beat. Were right to be cynical. The Washington Post team in particular smell. A rat immediately. Condit was working very hard to get out in front of this story. There must be a reason on. May Sixteenth a source inside. The Police Department slipped journalists. Atip this one bread crumb was all it took for reporters to start hounding condit's office day and night for comment on May Seventeenth. The Post published a blanket. Denial from Condit's chief of staff in part it said the alleged affair quote totally did not occur yet nothing gets journalists excited about a juicy rumor faster than a campaign staffer trying to kill a story. They kept digging despite wanting to keep their missing daughters sex life out of the headlines. Levi's made a tough call after consulting other families of missing persons. They were advised to do everything they could to keep. Chandra's name in the news more eyeballs on the story would prompt more awareness and likely more resources to either find her or her killer. The Levi's appeared on Good Morning America. They let news cameras follow them. As they met with their senators they avoided directly referencing. Chandra's relationship with condit but they didn't shut down speculation either in addition to making the public care about the case. The Levi's also wanted to keep media pressure on the FBI. They were worried that the bureau might not be enthusiastic about an investigation that might implicate a congressman as a murder suspect. Congress doesn't have hiring and firing power at the FBI but it does oversee the bureau's funding. Meanwhile investigators worked overtime to recover the data on Chandra's laptop it took the FBI a month to get into the corrupted hard drive and find her search history southwest flights Amtrak Fares and to search for Rock Creek Park hiking trails in June of two thousand. One this was the first lead they'd gotten on where she might have gone on. May first investigators followed it up as best. They could even sending cadaver dogs into the park but they were looking in all the wrong places namely they neglected to scour the steep remote hiking trails. The park was enormous so logically they targeted the most used areas. I like the Pierce clincal mansion. Unfortunately Shandra hadn't been anywhere near it. The dogs found nothing other leads. Were coming into including another young woman who claim to have had an affair with conduct when she was twenty two. In addition to the minister's daughter this marked the third woman involved with the congressman after she broke up with him in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. She said condit took it poorly still. Investigators didn't name condit as a suspect but perhaps covering their bases. They brought him in repeatedly for questioning. Tired of the circus. In June condit. Lawyered up his attorney aggressively. Denied this story accusing the Washington Post of publishing malicious lies. But that only made things worse. The angrier condit's lawyer got the harder the media pushed back the post announced that it stood behind its coverage of the Shandra Levy case so conduct moved on to plan B. Privately with the Levi's and convinced them of his innocence. Maybe they could then call off the media.
"levy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Describes Twenty Twenty famous Let's see your spying on your high school friends that Instagram I see. Yup that didn't work out. I relate to this one. I didn't get into any colleges except for the ones I got into my safety school. He did which was it was it was. I went to Hobart in upstate. New York all right smaller abroad now. Your Heart Song. Look at me now if I could sit at me now I've never carry okayed. You know lots of May Whitman contents on your in your social sacral. What's up? She's the best like I don't know if I've ever met her but why I think we're social friends like media friends but so it's not real but she seems pretty cool. She's so cool. I love her very much. I've worked together. We have because we like each other and so have made that happen. Started on Burger Tori. We did drunk history together. I feel like we've done some other things. I want her to be on Zoe's great great singer. She's just my best friend season two. Yeah whatever. We covered crying fried chicken. But it doesn't seem like you need. It could shoot me when we're done. I needed my twitter mainstream. Ooh honest twitter's better twitter's better for in terms of the pithy but photographic delivering to. I don't want to administer either. You're doing great. You get on to talk. Oh No I'm seventy five years old seventy five. Got Me Crying. I couldn't find any pictures in my head. Shot here. Got The post down. Thank you well done. Thanks Jay Levy everybody. Thanks for having me. Zoe's extraordinary playlists Sundays at eight network. Shows aren't supposed to be good. Why did you make a good network show? What happened not my fault. It's awesome inverse fall. It's a team effort. Thanks for coming by and so ends and other edition of happy side confused. Remember Review Right and subscribe to the show on Itunes or wherever you get your poke costs on the big cost person. I'm Daisy Ridley and I definitely wasn't ship despite Josh..
"levy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I was doing one of my gigs. For the Oscars was showing people like what the front runners were on this like six foot tall ballot on e. and I was wearing the tightest. Tuxedo I've ever worn and I had to bend. I was like Oh my God. There's a six percent chance. Rip Down Your Tisch. Basically didn't happen. Good so thank God for small favors. You spent some time in New York early on New York. Of course just reminding you in case you don't know where you are. What are your memories of coming here because this was like where you got your start at in terms like getting serious about acting right. Yes so I went to college in Baltimore Maryland and then I dropped out because I was like. I'm going to be an actor and mom and dad. I'm going to be an act. Was that did that. Catch THEM BY SURPRISE. You acted a bit as a kid. You've shown some tendencies. Yeah I actually do it surprise. I kinda surprised myself like I'm I'm proud of my clearly. I'm in therapy. I'm like I have to point out all the moments that I'm proud of myself therapy session where you don't have to pay me back at my younger self and I'm like okay. Good aren't you? You WanNa do that thing and you went after it so I moved to New York to go to Stella Adler lived in Murray Hill Murray Hill at one point strange plays older than like your crowd of that time and then the crowd maybe a little bit more conservative like Republican Zone at least a relative to the rest of New York City. You're probably like some pretty trashy barth tonic with like ten thousand flats screens and like. I remember waking up leaving. Just be like P. And like blood like flowing out of tonic into the drains of the federal yeah precursor to Evil Dead Pe- and Sorry Still Adler anyways to sell Adler had time in my life. New York City is so much fun to be a young wide eyed creative person cocoa. I got a MOCHA delicious. And we we asked if you wanted one okay. This is my third coffee of the day which is too many but talk so had it was still at work a rigorous kind of a program. I mean the name is important but no it wasn't rigorous and I went also to the evening program so I would go to school. I think four hours a night and I worked at the school restocking the toilet paper and doing some administrative work to a guest pay for my tuition but I love acting a lot and I love talking about the history of acting and I love plays and reading plays and document plays and so it was like. Oh Wow yeah and it was. I guess what I had been missing in my life up until then because this is my greatest passion and so I was like. Oh yeah this is doing what it feels like to be really turned on by something. Were you trying to get work while you were here or was it kind of like this? Is this study zone. And I'm going to give the year and then I transitioned like commercials. Or why weren't you like a dead body law and order at some point like New York actor? I didn't know what the normal route is was supposed to be. Although there obviously isn't known normal like actor route but I just was nineteen and twenty and in school. And I remember Wa- I don't pray. I'm not religious but I remember walking down the streets of Newark. Basically asking God to make me an actress award like and I I knew somewhere inside of me that it was possible. I was like I remember one time. One of the teachers said okay. Let's be real the likelihood of any working zero and I in my head. I was like you have a spirit. Inside was captain of the hip hop dance. Yeah we're you. Yes wasn't that think I'm insane? That actually is is basically correct It sounds like always whatever you you've been Taipei in that you've kind of like gone after whatever you were passionate about the time and very determined. Yeah yes they look you in relation on that so like those like family friends. Growing up would have said like from the start. You with a precocious kind of like strong spirit yes. I think that I was not a very happy kid and I feel much happier. Life is a lot better now as a thirty year old. I wonder what people would have said because I've asked my mom like my mom didn't know that I was. This was inside you that you know. I don't think she did. I had really supportive parents but whatever. I don't think anyone expected that I was going to be an actor. Basically can yeah. I can understand how that can make for like an unusual when you have something that you don't know you don't know what is inside of you but it wants to get out so that can manifest in different ways right and also. I think yes so you here for about a year. I was here for a year and a half. We had a showcase which a lot of theater schools do. And you do for Your Lake. Showcase was I wish I remembered. Oh my gosh. Two years of hard living of also remember like sobbing finding out what those the scene that they gave me. Because I was like I want like you're selecting your a monologue or something. That's probably why he blocked it out. John MacLean I you know they make a booklet of your photograph and your resume. Even though I had no resume and sent it out to various represent representatives and manager just saw my headshot which happened to be a very good headshot and called me in for a meeting and basically signed me on the spot of my head shot. Does that mean you had a very good headshots? Click in particular. They caught the light in the perfect way. So it's not like we can show it on the microphone but it was a really good like you knew at the time like. Oh this is the best version me. No I didn't know until after I got a manager just from a picture let's see. Oh my gosh she's wearing a Tiara in it and Elsa address before Elsa was even thing well anyway so he sent me on some auditions while I was in acting school and I ended up. Maybe told you this story. But I ended up booking a job within a month and it was the leading character in a independent movie wherein Melanie Alinsky was gonNA play my mom and you ended up getting to know Melanie later right and also melons the best ten years older than me wrong. I'd now maybe she was thirteen years old an unusual. Let's play my mom. I dropped out of it because I ended up getting shameless agents. Were like you should do shameless and I was like. I can't drop out of the project people with all the time. I was like okay anyway so then. I ended up working with working with Melanie two more times and I feel so lucky to be destined to work with Melania Lindsey. She's so and she's such a person who was the other major league is made together with great. I love that one. I don't feel at home in this world anymore. It had unfortunate title. That was the problem with that. I think it did win. Best Film I remember. I talked to Melania and Elijah at Sundance for that one. I really liked that movie me. So you and shameless. After you drop out like a diva already of your first project. Yes but then you get your real first project. You do a few episodes on shameless. Big Learning curve. It sounds like it was my first time on a film set first time seeing a camera. So it's all like the because I've heard the stories to the fore and I always boggles my mind when people are like. I didn't know what a mark was legit. Didn't you were idea? They're throwing these terms and they were so nice to me. What's good? Yeah all of them. The cast the producers the director. There were like go get him. Can you got this? It's fine yeah good job and I was like really did it feel like Like can you chart back to that and be like okay from there on? It was kind of relatively speaking smooth sailing. Like one thing led to another. Yeah I'm like why can't I go back to that time? Aspirations for low just kept me in front of a camera now you have the burden of like knowing what a great project is a mediocre projects standards right. Yeah basically yeah and much more complicated stuff throwing around the good stuff. Yeah we'll get there. We got time. Let's let Zoe. I know we'll we'll back because I really liked the show. Thank you I. It's it's such a bizarre concept that like maybe shouldn't work but it's very charming and sweet and just works so in a nutshell. I don't know what the elevator pitch on. This is probably a better than me but so we can hear other. People's thoughts form of musical numbers was presented to you. Is it presented to you as like that can absorb or the script? I actually can't remember which came first. Okay probably the blurb right. You're like all in. That sense. Sounds Weird enough for me I mean? Are you saying I'm weird? I think I've sensed that already. That's why you're you're Weirdos. Welcome here definitely weird But it had enough of off kilter something that appealed to you. There's something weird about it Musical theater background. I did musical theater as a child in school and in Community Theater mccrea mainly because I liked to act and there wasn't that was what was nonmusical yes productions being put up. Yeah desperate actor even then they'll take it. Yes but we're you in your twenties where you doing. Karaoke nights where you singing this. No no so. This is unusual. Jane yes they also audition you know. This is unusual jayme starving musical series song and dance and I can't find on the resume that year you're in cats. I can't find it. I did make a really bizarre musical in two thousand fourteen. That went to the Toronto Film Festival. I feel like I talked to you there. We definitely talked in Toronto. Did we talk about a musical in Toronto that I'm blanking on the worst? Oh my God it was. It's you don't have to. That's not a thing. Okay it became. I now am memory. We Toronto that's there. I made this really weird movie and it was a musical so there is tape of me singing so when the I don't know who told us into higher me I'm still asking him that question because I when we did. Someone just showed up when you're being polite on our first meeting. I was like do you know who I am. Do you have any idea like what I can do? It was very strange because they were offering me this huge job and I was like I feel like you don't know me though but again what that might say something like half the answers to questions have been this like second sight kind of like what was going on in your brain observing like all of this which is very appropriate for. Zoe. I'm very neurotic..
"levy" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Today on happy. Second Fused Jane Levy sings and dances her way through Zoe's extraordinary playlist. Hey guys I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused yes. Jane Levy First Time Guest on happy sad confused very pleased to say that's a Jane came by before the the madness ensued. So this is our last kind of normal episode of happy abused for at least at least a while. I'm safe to say that it will be a while before we all go back to normal. Despite what some people think despite what the leader of the country is saying no things are not going to be going back to normal in two weeks or a week. I can say that because I'm living in New York City which is in the middle of It's the epicenter as you. Well know of the madness right now and it's it's not a pleasant time for any of us and certainly a worrying time Which is all the more reason to have To value escapes like podcasts and entertainment and that brings me back to to Jane and her charming new series on NBC. Zoe's extraordinary playlist. So Jane Jane came by a few weeks back. This was well before the shit hit the fan. And she's Great Dane. Is Jane James? A big WEIRDO. I think she'll agree. She'll be flattered by that statement She's a kindred. Spirits always enjoyed to her over the years and this was our first chance to really talk in depth about her life and career. And when I saw this new show Zoe's extrordinary playlists which has been on for a few weeks on NBC. I was really charmed by. Its if you haven't seen it. It's I think it's pretty pipe fee. It's a it starts a great ensemble of musical Theater Actors. People like Mary. Steenburgen Peter Gallagher and scholar Aston and at the center of it. All is Jane Levy. Who Ironically hasn't really had that kind of a life and career musical theater. But it's a high concept show if you don't know it basically about a young woman who can suddenly hear people's thoughts through musical numbers. Sounds absurd. Sounds insane is and yet. It works this this upcoming episode. I haven't seen it yet. Actually but I've heard that this is a big fund showcase for Jane herself in that she gets to actually be doing a lot of the numbers herself because the by the nature of the conceit of the show is she's surrounded by these Performers doing these crazy amazing musical numbers. So it'll be a nice change of pace this coming weeks episode. The show airs on Sunday nights out on. Nbc At nine PM can catch again. This this week's episode coming up on March twenty ninth at nine pm. And as I said it's a it's a special one for Jane And as I said she's See someone always involved with and I really would. I'm thrilled that we got a chance to to meet up before the apocalypse game apocalypse. We're going make it through this guys. We're in this together. We are okay so a couple of other notes. This is our second podcast of the week. That's always nice to podcasts. In one week typically. We only do one going forward. You'RE GONNA get safe to say at least one happy. Say Confused New podcast a week. Maybe more I'm trying to figure out sort of what we're doing going forward a little bit. I've already started taping new episodes. Virtually obviously I'm not in the same room as my guests but we're also trying something new. I'm kind of changing the focus a little bit given the Times. We're living in right now. I think you guys are going to get I'm into it so far And we'll see you as many as many of these as as I have time for my other work stuff is starting to rev up so which is good. You'RE GONNA start to see me do stuff for comedy central and MTV again. We're kind of all figuring out how to produce content in this new and scape Took took took us a beat. It's GonNa take us a minute but you think you're GonNa see me very soon To some some some fun stuff that will hopefully Entertain you and as I said as the podcast don't wear the podcast is going to keep going. You're going to see at least one new episode every week going forward. That's my semi promise to you. You know we'll see that's what I'm shooting for at least anyway. Hope you guys enjoy this chat with Jane once again. So he's extrordinary. Playlist is on NBC. Sunday nights at nine PM. I highly recommend it and as always remember review rate and subscribe to happy sad confused now more than ever spread the good word. People need a little bit of an escape. And hopefully that's what this podcast is for you. I hope you enjoy this chat with Jane. See You it's nice to see you to welcome into my little office. Thank you you were just saying. You feel like you're getting an. We talked a couple of times but never at length. Yeah and now you've seen the inside of my brain. Thanks to my office its own. You agree with it. Yeah you have movies. I hope I do of movies. Yeah did you grow up loving movies? Weirdly I mean it's not like I grew up. Not You're anti movie IOS. Don't show her movie. I have not anti movie but I just didn't like I didn't go to the movies all the time we didn't have like a huge collection of VHS tapes. My House we had like ten that I watched over and over and over again. What were the courtroom core five? Give me some. Harriet this by the Classic Trachtenberg. What's her was it? Just ten copies of Harrods. Sorry Ventura when nature calls the sequel. Yes we only have the sequel. Yep on my God go. That's really funny. Good okay to keeping him theme with your lesser sequels. Right the royal tannenbaums okay. This is very straight joke. Yeah Robin Hood Robertson. Okay cartoon Talks Yup Yup selected this menagerie this insanity. Somehow we ended up with these folks like whether we rented them and give them back or someone gave them as a gift or my parents. Pick them out or I'd vote them out. I have no idea there was more but those are the ones I remember watching a lot. I loved Harriet spy after work. I've ever seen her. The spun bit older than the use of probably a kidney at the right time right. I mean it was weird if I was like high despite his twenty five year old man. All right very weird. It was like a like a tough young girl detective and I was like. Yeah Yeah your your your as people know. You're an actress and your detective. Yeah that's your side Gig right. Did you watch the Oscars I did? Do you enjoy the now. The Palm of the circumstance the silliness. I mean okay. Let's get into it. Obviously giving awards for art is the most important thing in the world. It doesn't make any sense completely arbitrary. Like how can you compare a scorsese movie to parasite right not to mention to give the most already benefited human beings on the planet? One More accolade right people like you know what I think is amazing. That acting like actors are really good audience members like associate and they think it's like reading a good novel. You're like oh I'm not alone. That that reminds me of this and we are all same humanity. Wow and so I think in some ways humans like project a lot onto movie stars and so then they can like have this experience with the movie stars in a way that I think is fine. Like it's like like like yes. It's it's a bunch of mostly white people patting themselves on the back for room making millions and billions billions of dollars shirt. But at the same time it's like it's like human connection. It's seeing yourself in the prettiest versions of ourselves. I guess taking it too seriously any direction or doesn't make sense and so I watch it because I'm like I do want to see the fashions and like I do like these movies. And it's so weird to think that one will win over the other like I. Just don't get into that. I long as someone who grew up with all the stuff and watch the Oscars. Since I was like a baby like I long ago gave up like any illusion of the best one when the only one that I even like winning. It's for me. It's fun to see and back in the day like it was fun to see like the old guard and like the Nicholson's and all that and now it's fun to see like Brad Pitt. Now is like the old guard. What happened rates kind of like a marker of like how old we are old I am now and I like all the history stuff me too. Yeah so I given. So what your Buddy Rene one yeah That's cool. Yeah I mean by the time yes that. She just wrapped in London when we started shooting. What if I think she was even late to? What if we can half because she was still finishing? She's a really really really good actor. Cordell Globes right. Would you enjoyed that side of it again? The carpet and presenting on that or no so. I actually got ready for the Golden Globes and walked on the carpet for a half hour and then went to the hotel and wash my face. Got on a plane went to Vancouver and worked at eight o'clock in the morning on the show. Yes yes so. I didn't actually get to sit through the show which would have been fun but I had to go back to work. So do I like that part of it. Honestly yes and no I have moments where I'm on the red carpet and I'm like actually at the Golden Globes. This is a little bit like vulnerable to admit but I was like you're standing here because your hard work and it felt like I felt good about that whether or not I mean it's not like I'm just like seeing all these amazing artists and being like that person because I worked really hard and that is a sneak in the back they actually let me in front with Meyer but that also makes me go into barbeque. I like an. I don't wear and like this. Business is a lot about like ego and power and like blatantly and like no matter how much we try to pretend. It's not like that part of it hurts me. I'm sure it hurts. Everybody like I'm sensitive but So so yes I I also get like insecure when I dress up and I'm like this feels so weird like the whole point is that I have to pretty and that's not really why I'm an actor and what what is it. What if they like that part of it makes me uncomfortable but then at the same time? I like to think of some events where you're doing. Press as celebration of the thing that you made that you worked really hard. M. Like Zoe's I am like so proud of it and I'm so proud of all of us that I'm just like great. I get to go talk about this thing that I'm really proud of totally while sometimes feeling uncomfortable wearing address. It doesn't feel like it's sort of. Yeah Yeah I feel like I had a tiny glimpse into what it's like for that address so uncomfortably in those insane situations..
The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music
"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson
"levy" Discussed on Good For You
"Just learn a bunch of stuff about astrology and Babylonians from Benton. Our first guest is. I'm just beside myself with excitement again. Thrilled Yeah I may cry again. Second Job I've cried during his show before it's a little show you might have heard of it. It's called Shits Creek. Dan Dan Levy is here. He's our first guest. He was my first choice for I. Guess which bite a mistake because I am not entirely sure. All of this equipment is even working. Okay cannot wait. Dan Levy is an accurate. I think the first thing we should start with is do we. Are we best friend yes I I think we're admit that actual life problems at this point. I did this happen. I don't know don't no no you. There was a honestly that our timing your home. Some big oak door was just opened and I feel like that was it. How did we? I feel like I've known you for quite a long time. Okay because I have a friend named Dan Levy yes I have canceled. Him replaced him with you. Dan Levy can only have one in my phone. Dan Levy and I met at an audition. Don't even speak of him okay. He's dead to me. Everyone calls me Levy. No so racist. I I don't know what it is. I mean there's multiple there's levies season Levi's so I guess as it anti Semitic I I don't know to be determined in the comment section explorer and really sort of Honor the different shades of Levy Levy. Levite there was a couple times that I texted you thinking it was Dan Levy thank God. It wasn't tune basing. I have texted myself like life notes. Like remember to be kind to yourself and sent it to Dan Levy because you send and yourself reminders I send myself reminders Either to to remember something to think about something. Sometimes it's like little life affirmations Shinzo like can't remember to breathe and be kind to yourself and you Senate text back from Levy saying okay. You okay is the. I'm assuming that that wasn't for me but if it is I will take care of myself. Thank you so much. I have done that many times because in Hollywood where we reside there is. Something called your team your team collection of people. When you win the next year you will thank? You can take your team. Do you have your emmy speech. Did you work on no. Let's talk about who we'RE GONNA lose to next year. What was your plan where accurate? What was your plan for an emmy speed? The fact that you didn't win is crazy crazy to me. I think that's very kind. I have never kind. I've never been more excited to lose to anybody. phoebe Waller Bridge and fleabag. It was is a perfect that and veep to me are to sort of touch tone. Sh touch tone. That's not a word luck touch nervous. That's okay let's turn. We're very close. You don't have to be nervous around. They were I tried to use a word. You had all their shoe. You Fun shows that I like a lot. Let's simplify that concept And when I started out making my show I told our entire hire team. I want this show in a perfect world to live on the same sh shelf as veep. That was the big mandate so to get at the nomination in veeps last year was like a really big thing for me I also I have a qualm okay. I'm known for my qualms. Sure sure I think that there should be an understanding of the level of difficulty when the show is shot and it should be in a different category or it should be clear your show. You've had a lot less money to spend then. Is these Canadian dollars per episode. Okay okay. Game of thrones. Were they get four hundred thousand. That was in dollars and a million four hundred thousand dollars. Maybe four hundred thousand dollars a second game. I actually haven't seen game of thrones and it really pisses people ask four hundred million episodes an episode and you guys I won't you don't have to tell your budget touchy less. The net and I feel like there should be a rating not only for like parental adviser. Whatever so everybody knows how much money does comedy under two million dollars but or you should if people should just understand the level of difficulty they could probably understand it just by looking in my tired eyes and haggard face? How dare you? I mean I mean yeah. It's quite extra. I mean for us. We were in this at the EMMYS. We were in this state of shock. I think because it it it. It is an impossibility if you were to lay out the pieces of our show financially what we're working with your tiredness. My tired is my lack of sleep. It doesn't like naturally lean to an emmy nomination that's not sort of the natural evolution tiny show serve it because of everything overcome so needless to say we were all like walking dead people but like really excited to be there but zombies. We were all stunned. I'm obsessed with hindsight right now. Okay like we can always get hindsight. You have hindsight thank God that breakup happen because then I met this this person or thank God. I got fired from that job because it opened the door to this other job. Do you think in any universe the fact that you had such a tight budget to work with at all. Paul informed your character who is struggling with money also because art with general edge like agitation. Davis it is so real so real. It's so real and it's so intense. It's the most intense and I do feel like David and what I was doing behind hind the scenes. We're vibrating at a very equal sort of level and I was channeling a lot of the entire intense responsibility. And like I could feel it. Oh good I feel. Hopefully that's not a painful thing to experience but rather In a very real to the character felt like when they called action. You were right there. Your Ro- your frustration. About money. Maybe was right there. There were three weeks this year where I was living off of one and a half to two hours sleep a night and we would wrap the show. Oh I would come home at about eight o'clock right until two o'clock and then get picked up at five o'clock and it was. I want to say three three straight weeks by the end. You don't want to know me it is. This is why I think that there should be a rating that says how many hours of sleep this show. Runner got on every episode. I think all you have to do like Google showrunner and fall out and you will inevitably relief find an encyclopedia of examples of how intense the pressure is and how hard it is to balance the pressure. I I mean we say this. It's entertainment. We're having fun trust me. It's there are things that are far more hype high-pressure but You know I think for me I like to. I'm a perfectionist. I I want to do my best. I WANNA put things out there that I can stand behind in that I love and that I believe and so for me the pressure is sort of self imposed. I have a question about more rose short shoot and I know people ask you about this a lot. I just was so fascinated because I've had to deal with notes is coming in about women's characters and they have to be good mothers and they have to be likeable and we have to root for them and they have to be good at their jobs. And I've seen so much of that arose arguably besides David Rose the greatest character on television. Currently none of those things yet is so charming and unlovable. Did you ever have to balance any of that or get in the weeds on. Is this too far is this. Do we wanna see him doing this. No I think because does so much of that character came from Katherine herself and the conversations that we have in terms of the parameters of where the character lives and how far we can push sometimes doesn't see that her daughter sitting there. Oh I mean and in more than one time an episode will won't touch her when she's sick hundred percent won't touch the kids get like generally if she doesn't have to but there's a power to it. Yeah there's a boundary. That's been Saturday and you know part of it. I think is is just because there's been inherently the separation. They've all lived very separate lives and money really separated these people and made them feel like things. Were going well. When in actuality the removal of that money made them realize that nothing was going well and that they had a lot to learn inter personally but that character has been and the greatest joy to write and to to be a spectator for to watch Katherine? Do what she does with that. I mean it is a masterclass in comedy. I am basically only doing this podcast to make enough money to finance. The crows have is the actual production. I I'm not joking okay. Why can't we make it? Here's the Pasha APP Kasha. We're we're making. I will get a kickstarter going. I don't care don't think I haven't haven't thought about it. I keep thinking what I have to sit down what humidity too much. You don't want to make too much money. I didn't want him into David. The idea of what that movie could look like. I will write it for Free Great. Let's sit down and look brainstorm. This is knock all your other projects. It would be kind of a genius. I'd never say Meta. I'm so sorry that I'm saying Oh you'd have to really move it forward and show. It's basically a prop to the show we can give you a role MHM You can be in it I'm happy to put you in it but it has to be made and the problem is how do you make that movie with And when you're being paid in like old tree leaves and shoelaces I'd I say get creative. We we're going to do a patriot. I don't know I see these things on the Internet. I don't know exactly what they are. How do you feel your relationship has has changed around money making the show? 'cause I'm obsessed with a show that is about money to me. That is like the last taboo. Timing about money isn't really sex anymore. It's really money. And the show. The shows that I always loved about that like Roseanne rest in peace and has your relationship to money changed at all. The show has been the most emotionally Cathartic experience I never saw coming. I didn't when we started the show. The intention was to always always sort of peel back. The layers on who these people are and hopefully lead them to a realization. That love is the most important form of currency and and that money does not solve these problems and in the in the case of this family money had been a hindrance in terms of them realizing things about themselves they they were able to put up walls they were buying. You know closed that really armored themselves from who they were realizing that acting it writing it was was yuck incredibly Cathartic. Have you gotten any good money advice. I love good money advice. Well my mom is the first first one that is that is there to tell me. Don't mess this up. Play that you not F. it up. Save my parents. Since I was sixteen I was. I think I was fifteen. Is that even legal to do it. Well done what I was at a Bar Mitzvah. This is in terms of like money. Philosophies from a very early age was at a Bar Mitzvah they dropped me off in front of gap kids which is my which was my job of choice choice at the time and said. Don't come home until you have a job. Application from gap cats from gap kids and I chose gap kids. 'cause I didn't WanNa work at the real gap right. Have to run into kids my own age and bench within the gap. Oh.
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"And like we always say don't fear Levy, you hire Levy, and you wanna Levy on your side not want against you, Greg. I wanna talk a little bit now about we had a couple of clients come in this week. In fact, it was on Thursday if I'm not mistaken, that's one came in. It was a nice lady, and she had her son on the phone who was up in Gainesville Orlando or somewhere and said, look, my parents have a business. They just need to get their books in order. They need to do some bookkeeping work besides tax resolution, which they ended up owing. They just wanted to get their books in order and presumably they're gonna attacks is because they haven't been taken a paycheck the right way. But when you were an IRS revenue officer, how many times, you know, laws count over thirty years. But didn't you see a lot where a taxpayer? The roots of their problem was. A lack of books. The bookkeeping wasn't done. Didn't exist was messy was haphazard or out of the shoebox. And the biggest question that we asked our clients. What do you make what's your answer that what's your income? Well, how do you know what you could afford to pay the IRS or NATs? Are you truly inefficiential hardship? Or not didn't you see that a lot when you were at the IRS. We're just clients will taxpayers you call them that didn't have any idea. They're going and what's going on with their books. Yeah. All the time. I used to see that still see here. We'll get new clients. And they don't know what they're doing again. That's the foundation of a good business. You have to keep track of the books and records. You have to keep careful records here to see what is going on in your business. Are you really making money or you losing it? Because you don't know you think you're making great gobs of money because you have great grosses. But if you have a lot of expenses, and you're not properly crediting them, guess what?.
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"Now, the Levy tax help show good what he's south Florida and welcome once again to the Levy tax help show. We hope that everyone is having a great weekend. And we had a great week. Whether is pretty good this week. But we're not here to talk about the weather. We are here to talk about what do you do if you have an IRS problem? What do you do if you haven't filed returns in a few years? And what do you do if you are getting my last day thrown around a bit? Levy Levy, really is my last name. Let me introduce everyone. We introduce say Hello again because Greg been around for a while the Levy office. Greg Mahaffy was a former IRS revenue officer that worked at the IRS for Greg. How long? Thirty two and a half years. I love you always says thirty two and a half. So obviously, you're clearly, but while longtime over thirty years three decades, it's a long time working Ronco Sam, and I'll betcha maybe ten years ago twelve years ago, you'd never thought you'd have your paychecks guy a guy with a lasting Levy of all things pretty crazy. But Greg has been a tremendous asset to the firm. We now have three former IRS revenue officers, and we're going to try and get next week or the week after what if the latest editions hurt he was Mindy Gonzales and Mindy used to work as a rabbit officer for about twenty five or twenty six years, and that she rounded out her career as a GM what's called the group manager at the IRS, and she's not join our team we can actually talk about one of her files this week. But before we get into that. I don't think we give the phone number out enough in the phone number locally is five six one eight six five seven eight hundred in toll free eight hundred tax. Levy Levy, really is my last name, Greg. I want to also say a big thank you for your service to the country. We always like to give a shout out to the military. The first responders the firefighters the police officers out there. We don't get enough credit especially in today's world. We like to say thank you with Gregg was in. Right. Oh, yeah. You're at a submarine. Or are you kidding? A big lumbering supply ship off the coast of Kuwait City in early nineteen ninety one in the middle of the oil slicks a minefield. Diligent Studi, working twenty hours a day. Sometimes. Well, thank you for your service potato. You're a big fan of submarine. Your movie buff with subs right hunt for Red October five seven one. I talk about movies. We're not here to talk about the weather, but thank you for your service to the country. Let's start off with a good example of this week a doctor nice guy relatively new client. The Levy office about a month. All that being a Clinton Levy office came to us with a wage Levy and hasn't filed? Let's see how many years it's been. So he has filed for. Is it twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen delinquent tax returns and seventeen. So as last return was eleven so Greg earlier this week which would have been on Tuesday. You were able to call this is called ACS automated collections, and you were able to get this gentleman's wage Levy released which now has given him a little bit of breathing room because he's got to be able to pay someone to file his five years of delinquent tax returns and as a revenue officer. That's what was really a difficult thing for me to always sort of understand that the IRS is going to Levy, and then you don't have money Bank Levy wage Levy, so how do they think you're going to go out, and you're going to be able to pay it accountants to prepare five years or six years of tax returns? When your cash flow is either eliminated or certainly crippled. It just doesn't make any sense. Obviously the answer to that is there's consequences when someone doesn't file the tax returns where they don't pay what they owe. I would never really understood how that's logical and I bring this up because earlier this week on Tuesday when you're able to get that lovey released actually was talking to Mindy about this. When she's on the show. We'll talk. A little bit. We have another client that I want to talk about because it's a really practical example, the Greg can you give everyone a little bit of when they have a wage Levy a lot of people that go into panic mode. And they don't know what to do. You should always see professional advice, and you always want to have someone represent you. Because the average person out there the average taxpayer in a million years. Would it know what to do here's Dr? This guy's a smart guy. Nice guy, by the way. I think he's married if I'm not mistaken, right? And Greg Jarrett has varied, but the Levy was in his name in IRS says he owes I think it was just under sixty thousand dollars is that right? Let me pull it up real quick. And I'll tell us what it was. But yeah, six thousand so great you were able to call and that the letter of the wage Levy was issued early on in September September seventh and it was just under sixty thousand dollars at this gentleman owed with liabilities going back to two thousand eight so went back went back pretty far. So it's going back ten years, but Greg you called and you were able to get a reasonable human being on the other new line, and you were able to have them release the Levy, and that will happen within a matter of a couple of hours of going through some of the financials at explaining the practical matter of it and rep that you talked to which was late in the day. It was five thirty six o'clock eastern time on Tuesday was a very nice rep. I happen to walk by your office. And you know, here you on the phone, and she was incredibly nice, it makes it nice to deal with someone who's nice in the IRS world. So Greg now, you gave this guy peace of mind. I'm actually looking at the release that was. Tober to you earlier this week, and how good does that make you feel that you were able to help out this family in their time of need is pretty good. Does especially well, we have to do is. We approach it. From a logical perspective, we need money in order to get the returns prepared. Don't they just don't get prepared by themselves with a complicated set of returns that needs to be done? They weren't going to be cheap. They were going to be easy as something taxpayer cannot do himself after returns are prepared me. Not be any additional bounces. Do we don't know returns actually, get prepared? But because of the way the tax payer is a wager. He worked for someone else. Now, these lucky he didn't lose his job over this issue. But he did not lose his job. And we had the relief that would be needed. So we can continue on with his life. So they can concentrate I probably getting these returns filed he has a deadline. He knows the consequences were diligently working and busting our tails to get these things done for him within this timeframe. So once they are filed tax payers didn't filing complaints. Then we can go back and make a proposal to the IRS. How do we solve the balances due for everything? All. Issues taxpayer will not over two thousand seventeen or eighteen point four he had sufficient withholding. So now, he said wage-earner he have worry about estimated tax payments. So the case boils down to what does he own? What does he have? What's his income? What's his expensive? What could we start paying the IRS wants everything is resolved? We get back into compliance. But we have to jump through many many hoops, which is why we need a professional firm out there. Knows what they're doing. Zony failed. Miserably he got his wages levied. He almost lost his job. He came to us. And we got it done within less than what week less than a week. We got the relief. I stay here late last evening after seven o'clock just to get into forms. That would be needed an employer volley dates. It was it was it was great how you were able to get all that handled. And I'll tell you something a lot of people. They just go into this panic mode. Another example that happened earlier this week Mindy took on another file, and it was again, a similar ACS levies ACS stands for automated collection. So if everyone's listening to these sort of technical issues, Greg Mindy, Claire the three people that work for me. Now used to work for the IRS all is rather officers originally, and they were the ones that would knock on the door. ACS is a different division of the IRS, which is called automated collection system and Mindy again called the. IRS ACS collections division, and this gentleman had a wage Levy, and he hadn't filed in six or seven years. And when they said he owed just over just under fourteen thousand dollars. Nice guy. Again, hasn't filed married and just wants to get his life back in order. So after listen twenty four hours of him being our client earlier this week. It was on Tuesday late day. The Levy got released sometime mid day on Wednesday. The guys just a happy guy. And now he can afford to live and he also has to afford to get his tax returns done. So there's some logic. That goes on in that. If anyone listening today is staring down the face of the IRS wage Levy or Bank Levy for that matter, you give us a call immediately Saturdays. We love Greg's in typically every Saturday except for last week where there's a little bit of construction going down to the love your office. But he's usually in every weekend, and we're here Saturdays and Sundays and we enjoy the week. Weekend interaction we enjoy that phone number local accent don't give it out enough five six one eight six five seventy eight hundred six one eight six five seventy eight hundred or eight hundred tax. Levy Levy, really is my last name, let's jump to a nother file that's pretty recent from this week officially although the files started back about ten days ago or so a gentleman came to us as a referral from a local CPA who doesn't specialize local meaning Browder Palm Beach county, south east, Florida and the gentlemen, owed the IRS just under fifty thousand dollars and he's got a penalty. Notice. I'm gonna pull up and he has several penalties on this failure to file penalty of over twenty two hundred dollars fare to pay penalty of almost thousand plus interest of almost eight hundred. So there's a decent amount that's out there. And there's some reasons behind why the tax return didn't get filed. It was almost we'll call a computer and. 'electronic filing issue when a transmission issue. So Greg can you walk everyone how a penalty payment works within the IRS first time penalty Bateman, actually, not even left tackle there? How about reasonable cause? What is the basis for a reason that would cause the IRS to get rid of penalties? Reasonable causes. Basically where taxpayer took all prudent measures Putin business care in the way, they operate to ensure that the taxes were filed taxes got paid, but due to unforeseen circumstances beyond their control things got out of hand things get paid things. Thank you file, it became basically, a nightmare for the taxpayer. Perhaps they were embezzled perhaps someone close to the family was suffering from terminal cancer and tax payer was taken away from this business applications, it could be one of many different things. I r s does the penalties. But it's not because you're a nice guy. They penalties had three strict what they call reasonable cause guidelines. There's actually a reasonable cause manual that they actually have which I have a copy up on my desk somewhere along with everything else, that's constantly updated. As court cases, convenience things changes procedures change. And basically, that's why you need professional who knows what reasonable cause is. What is it? And when do we actually fight for you? If they didn't deny abatement of penalties. And then we go to appeals look it looks because you took business measures to ensure the tax obliga- were satisfied with due to unforeseen circumstances. Now, the reason why a lot of times businesses get in trouble. They get their victim of embezzlement. And those are a little tricky to show, but we have with that is the situation you have to show where police report was filed. There's many other hoops to be jumped through which is why eat a professional to fight on your behalf. Right. Well, let's talk about resort back to you. Great. You said so reasonable cause I'm gonna read right off the IRS website reasonable cause is based on all the facts and circumstances in your situation. We will consider any reason which establishes that you used all ordinary business care improvements to meet your federal tax obligations, but were nevertheless unable to do. So they give you a few typical situations fire. Casualty natural disaster. The inability to obtain records death illness serious incapacitation unavoidable absence by the taxpayer other reasons which establish that you used ordinary business care.
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