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Kate Moss's Half-Sister Is TikToking Rehab
"You know you're doing a lot of cocaine if Kate moss is mortified by your behavior, right? Apparently Kate moss half sister lottie is in rehab in Arizona and she's been posting pictures of herself mostly naked and making jokes about social media. I mean, making jokes on social media because this frigging TikTok has possessed the youth of America
"lottie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
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"lottie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Pretty cool. It's quite interesting kind of thinking. About what the world had come to buy that we see flashbacks and stuff like that and shots of war is like and it's to be honest. It's a pretty savage place at that time In the wealth that we created and so in many sense than by being in spaces like a he dress. Fight them. I think from some of the infamy may be more than for isaac to get away from everything planet us cards strong director and writer because well he comes from solid special effects background. I mean he's worked on guardians of the galaxy in one film off the top of my head as a director. How how was she as far as giving you guys directions and And obviously there are some technical things you have to do. Well his really great he just really. I mean i need a win into at nine of the all his huge impressive kind of backdrop visual effects and this affects affects. I shouldn't have difference get confused. They're both special dribbles incredible He was very like very very trusting and gave a lot of kind of power to mean johnny in the sense that we speak about things speak by ideas about shots and stuff like that but then generally just wants us to and to kind of he quite lights. Just let us do off thing and no into that much like costa needed. He did but in that sense. We've kind of let frequent law so we in other words. You had a chance to play on certain takes. I guess so you can kind of do your own thing and see if he liked it and he encouraging that's pretty cool cat hundreds and also with alana cheese sometimes we would do really radically different takes and then it was always strange me as accent because that engage step by and think will have no idea how it's going to be put together in the and some. That was really interesting the way that it was together all these different size because not only is she multifaceted but i think i got through in some extra ones in when with only as well and so they really had quite a wide range to ease full that you have the give and take between. The two of them is really interesting and i just like. It's almost like a little bit of a chess. Going really really dug that. Now you're into space and there's some panels endanger buttons..
"lottie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
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"lottie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Twenties admixture driven styles those stuff those folksy and so actually a lot of quietly sitting plates which was quite About just these dental hails that we have to. I really enjoyed getting to do that as well. Getting to see some the fabrics materials face wear and stuff. What was your reaction to appearing in science fiction piece. I mean but usually science fiction has something to say and this has a lot to say. Actually i was actually impressed by that for an independent film a lot. A lot of work went into yeah. It's it's kind of Because of the things. I have done said underpass and showing stories in this kind of is always telling people stories but is also a lot about what it meets future on what it means humanity. And i haven't been in any before so it was a i and definitely something i would be offering doing more because i really like challenging concepts how we live all or looking at humanity in our wealth met. When you know in some ways alana's character you know not obviously not with the same name would have been played by a man and the role would've been reversed. But i appreciated that kind of broke. The you know the stereotype and went in a different direction. And i appreciate it. Our law hundred sent me too. I thought as well i. I mean i was really interesting to. That's often what happens. I mean it does get better like is. Maybe it is getting better. But it's definitely something in las when on read scripts and you kind of look through them and you're like ooh okay. I'm auditioning for this or whatever. But actually i want to thank this on the narrow quiles and they seem to have most them all own. Whatever say this was a nice lamar. I was like who actually she really carries. She has full a full thing and and it would normally be in male in that relating yard. I read it. It was a roller coaster. Ride it must have been for you to go from all the different things of her and then we get to reveal in the film as who should really is it was like wow. That was a. That was a big moment. And there's something. There's a certain coolness that you played to her that you could almost see that no matter what she's doing her her temperature is always cold but never really heats up and and and that could be dangerous in the in the wrong person. That's about all. I wanna do and say that air yet. You was that something you wanted to do with her to keep her like that and.
"lottie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"If say it was a major but quiet law was was designed to full hand. Hey thank you for listening to sifi. Talk stick around. I have more. Here's more sci fi. Talk with tony to lonzo. There is some physicality in this and they had did have his tongue coordinator. And i guess it's safe to say that Alana did have something to do with. That always had like for you to do that. You know that part of of the filming really fun. And i would like to do. Is that as much of that as possible in the teacher. It's nothing to do in any role safe off and so suddenly being to kind of do a bit of combat sequences with another girl stuff like that was so much fun. There's a new wealth may so much fun. I mean you've worked in a lot of period pieces you know at least two there. I know solid solid. Forget the name of it there but But yeah so what's it like to kind of play into future change. You've always worked in the past. Yeah interesting and it's you're you're on pretty much everything i've done has has not been present day. I mean holidays. Cool set so all of that slight. Mr fitch set in nineteen twenties london which is completely different world as well so all them quite interesting. Each khanates amazon yourself like those times in those places have an entirely different several 's and set things that yeah it was. It was quite as something that was set in the bust. I think we're liked about harley and really can occur audible. Cash ladies yourself samantha morton just to name to and of course she's been on the walking dead look what she did there. But but it's just that i like that. It really made an effort to really show what the conditions were like for these women and what they had to go through and You know you end up watching episodes and you kinda come away with a little bit more sympathy and realized how hard times were at at in particular era so really fascinating series. I've never seen anything like it. Really i mean. I felt incredibly exciting to be us. Because of that. Because i was i watched a lot of period drama and i'd never seen women's stories. They told light that and Hot honest folks is around brand and prostitutes in sex workers and to be able to tell this story but not from the male point of view from the women's point of view on what the daily was but also with the huma. Emma love and everything else that the full rounded humanness that it was just an unbelievable british-built pop that that show. You are jury grateful better words from their point of view and not somebody else telling it off to the side. Sorta speaker a different viewpoint. You've got to see everything that they went through. It was really a really amazing series and And you were one of the good things about it too. You'd really gone. Mrs selfridge for both shows to the period close have got to be like a book to wear but i talked to. Women have worn period closed before. It's a mixed bag it's like something's are not that easy to put up. Yeah i mean. Mrs bush was actually much easier in says no closets and bashing wool in the.
"lottie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Film. Ooh i interesting. Actually i never thought of it like that. I generally did kind of fully slick as in space which calls where we felt it inside like a small little spaceship capsule that we built and which was incredible attention to detail that was made in the set designs phenomenal. But i think it's definitely an interesting field that you get from. Oc mice will the dial of everything shot entirely in this. And then you kind of get lost these the expenses of space and stuff and yeah. Yeah i think definitely kind of shows quite how removed from reality in a sense that they all like where is not space. There certainly disconnected from anything that we normally janis. Sean is isaac and the two of you had such an interesting chemistry. Was your any time to kinda rehearse your do anything ahead of time before you started shooting not much. I met johnny Director a shoal while committee few weeks before filming and we kind of did like a a chemistry and spoke about the film and the ideas and stuff like that and then it was pretty much guns raising a. We had a relatively short window that we were filming in ad. So when when we're on we're on on it was. It was long the longest as reasonable legal like lung days. Enough out to see. I never things going on in the however with that but yeah it was a risk. It was really intense. Tobel amazing i've never been like production or anything like square. It's olen a small space miami. Only working with one of their access pretty much most that and also the fight with the whole thing led to another basically to tell the story to tell the all can take from with us was a bit of a break to kind of shootings in well in the real world of twenty forty four but at least outside that area especially in their flashbacks obvious. Yeah it was pretty cool. It's quite interesting kind of thinking. About what the world had come to buy then we see flashbacks and stuff like that and shots of war is like and it's to be honest. It's a pretty savage place at that time In the world that we created and so in many sense than by thing in spaces like a he dress site the might think from some of the fumi may be more than isaac to get away from everything. Baffled planet us you know yukon strong beer director and writer because well he comes from a solid special effects background. I mean he's worked on guardians of the galaxy to name one film off the top of my head as a director. How how was he as far as giving you guys directions and And obviously there some technical things you have to do well. He's really great he is really leslie. I mean i need a win into it. Nine of the all his huge impressive kind of backdrop black face that visual effects and.
"lottie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well sometimes you have the various anyway people at all day in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusions once again on fi talk. We have actress of this. Your first time really actress. Lottie topers is that the correct spelling correct pronunciation. That is absolutely perfect are right. And she's an interesting film called solitary. Where in the future. There is kind of an effort to the earth is overcrowded to start there and what ends up happening is a send people into space but they also said convicted felons into space and we have these two people that are sent into space. And that's how the story kicks off so talk about alana little bit and handed you. We're obviously not going to get any spoilers. But how did you see her when you first read it. Honestly scientists when i first met her because she's got a lot of different ways to her. Yeah so that's kind of a big difference. Between the way she i think is entirely in the way she likes to be perceived. And that's something that she definitely plays with throughout And i think that. I think that it has lost. She's gone through quite a lot and she does. A lotta stuff is brought to the point where she is coming into it. she doesn't trust people as lay. Yeah i don't wanna spoil too much. I think it's safe to say that. She's a complicated person. And we'll see we'll see those layers kind of unravel as the film comes on Yeah interesting the relationship between Between janis character and and and also lana. what's interesting. is you kind of expect things. Go a certain way. And it doesn't go that way at all part of the appeal of the script for you the fact that it kinda played a some tropes that we've seen many many times it's really nice builds up team not to do something where it's not simply as straightforward as have my initially come across and yet to be able to have a kite his stories all about her own and it's not just about the male protagonist and that felt pretty good during the course of the film. I was asking the question. Is this really happening. Is this a simulation or they really spaced. There's that kind of undefined. Art of it. That kind of adds to the suspensive comment on that. I think that's part.
"lottie" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
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"lottie" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Do was she wary. Where was she seen s about. What's rita ora up to. Who is this woman okay. This is amazing. This is amazing. Now if you're there were fallout from those photos. The answer is yes but in just such the weirdest way like basically tyco. Otd is getting yelled at by disney like supposedly according to sources disney had a call with him and also. I'm sorry you didn't know that. They knew that he was like a partier. Whatever that he was a party or they say that it was clear. They knew that he was a partier but he they were like. Don't do. don't get photographed. Smooch rita ora smooching. Don't get photographs. Smooching i tried. What's interesting is did you click. Everyone is aggregating. They're sourcing a article from the telegraph. The australian newspaper and everyone links to the same story. And i have the url. The same year is everywhere. It's even when you google telegraph. Rita ora tyco. Itt marvel you'll find story but the link doesn't work so i can't actually like in no browser incognito or otherwise you add the period after the com- like in no world does this story load for me so it's it's annoying that i can't actually see the source right you. But they're all quoting it can't get in there and they're quiting head. Daily telegraph right daily telegraph but apparently it was an insider on the so. I'm assuming because it came from an australian source. Someone who's like literally in australia working on this movie. Her tell that there was a call between marvel. bosses quote. Marvel bosses try assume as disney people. Yelling at tyco. I guess stays on top though rita. Ora rita ora unscathed. Rita are just like okay sex got yelled at. It's too bad. And she got a another season of masked singer hosting the. That's the biggest. That's the biggest win. So rita ora stays out here winning where literally people thought she was going to get kicked off massingir. uk because obviously of her like her. You know her faux pas of her cova season vote but which like not to be fair not even to minimize that. She's like probably the most famous person the uk to like. Get in trouble like that. So kind of specifically for what she did have a party. You know on roy of another. I cannot think of another person that had that exact same thing happened. Although i'm sure that it happened. But she got so much presper. This people thought that she was going to be like uk on. She'll never be welcomed back here again. It's like obviously know. They're literally hiring her back to do the massing again. Yeah and i think like a obviously the coverage has a lot to do with it but like there's no way other celebrities didn't have bigger parties than she did even worse points in the pandemic than cheated but like rita ora is the one that everyone's constantly photographic of course she's the one who gets caught of course she's the one who we all get mad at and i think rightfully mad at but she weathered the storm. I think because number one we forgot about it and number two was a lot of people. Were doing that shit. You know this article and see if you can understand what this even means lifting the late on her comeback derek maclean of the show's producers bandicoot told daily star quoted. The key thing everyone just needs to understand is rita was not available for the mass dancer. Because she was filming in australia and the things she does on. The masked singer is be the voice expert. Do you get do you get the point. He's trying to make. Why are we talking about mass dancer. Suddenly i don't know and also she's not available. Wish she offered it like. Is that a thing and like she was in australia and the things she does. Is the voice expert. Okay like those are all facts. I guess what's the what are we trying to say here. We're trying to prove here. I don't really interest well. According to saturday report by metro metro dot co uk. She's never been mass dancer before but apparently she was going to be a host and then they were like never mind. She's never been mass answer before. But i guess it was announced that she would take it but then they were like never mind. We're gonna replace over someone else. Okay but the thing she has hosted or judged the x factor the voice. America's accent model that show boy band rupaul's drag race all star. She was guest host masked singer and the voice australia. So the voice. Australia and massingir. Uk are two things yes. Those are her to current. Those are her to twenty twenty one projects no new album but we got the voice. Australia and massing are uk high. We got an ep. That's great bank. You know a one third grade bang. Bang the which you started. Bang bang the full sing. It is pretty amazing. Big iconic saw so. I will say one of her top five songs. Yeah we're done with today's episode. Thank you for listening. rabbit rabbit. It's june i. I believe when you're listening to this podcast samara and we'll.
"lottie" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Premier access film and in theaters disney film crew ella. This weekend of koukoulas mom being killed by donations. I watched it. But then i was mad because i wanna see this movie in theaters. You know like. I want to see this the big screen and i guess i know now how you know how. The origin story of kerala which pisses me off beyond belief. I cannot believe we have to give this woman a origin story. Why do we have to give villain's origin stories. Why can't we just let them be bads. They can be bad all by themselves. You know. I can do bad all by myself as mary. J. blige once said right and the origin or is always the same. It's like oh. My parents were hit by a tractor. So now i hate farms you know. Like what the fuck oh. My parents were killed by criminal. Now i'm gonna kill criminals. Oh my parents Ate fish and got sick and died. Now i'm going to kill all the fish. The clip that i saw the dalmatians killing corollas mother pushing off a cliff. Sorry for spoiling that but like let's be honest. It doesn't matter that made me more excited about this movie that i was before similarly with the clip that i watch because i was like this i would actually kirby howell who is the who in question here because it's a headline the to them. This movie i mean. Come on 'em estonian thompson. But then we have kirby howl in what looks like at least second or third. Leave after that guy richard jewel. Whatever his name is. I'm not going to remember his name. He's he's the guy who plays richard jewell. It's the richard jewell guy but he's like one of the cruelest henchman. I think he's perfect casting for that guy now. You're suddenly excited about again. But i'm just saying. I was excited before. I wanted to go see it in theaters. But this is. That's saying to me. The richard jewel guy who literally when i walk richard while i was like. What will this guy do next. Like what could this guy follow this up with. You know perfect casting. Who was he in. I tanya. He was one of the guys perfect. One of the one of the henchmen another henchman. Well the reason why this is in here is because i love who is and i saw the hollywood life gave her a who is so when there's nothing i love more than finding out a person is in a movie. That is a big movie when you get the who is. I'm like oh she must be third second fourth built in carrillo or whatever you know because i know that is right. She's anita who is the lead woman. Apart from kerala in one hundred and one dalmatians. She's an old college friend of radio for kula who disrespects the house and she's like anita holly throwing her shit everywhere. Just like you don't get to do that you don't get to do that. She ashes all over her house. So funny that used to be my favorite disney movie. Actually in the movie. She smoke. Which i understand. Yes we obviously smoking's bad but she's a fucking villain. That's actually good for teaching kids not to smoke because working makes you a villain. Although if you recall guerrillas smokes one of those with those like cigarette holders and it's so chic and that would make me want to smoke. It actually makes one right now thinking about it. I want to smoke. Yeah meanwhile all of these things are doing the opposite of what they should be doing. I'm listening to the vaping. Fix that podcast about jewel. And i'm like. I've never smoked a jewel but i of want jewel so this woman i was like. How do i recognize her because she looked so familiar and i realized she was cheese. Other girlfriend in the good place that was girls you like should have gotten with. Let's like perfect match match perfect match right right right right oh. This is cute cheese in the coupon movie with the coupon movie with criminals but obviously their buds they must be airpods and or she you know she got her. Mba kristen bell's producing this movie. And as as a knowing as i find kristen bell this movie sounds really like this could be book. It's based on a real story. I don't know that it's a book. It may have been an article but it's based on a can't be based on a story it has to be based on a piece. Yeah right like no. That's what i'm in a story like an article but it's it's based on a true story about these. I think housewives. Victor all housewives who start. I don't know what makes it a quote legal coupon club. But they're like extreme couponers to the point of conducting illegal behavior bellaigue. How is illegal. If it's just coupons at their scamming the companies with. I don't have to watch the movie. Okay but she's very much a who and it seems like they're trying to bring her up. What i found especially funny about this hollywoodlife piece. About who is kirby hal baptiste. Is that most of the facts were sourced from a hello giggles article. Isn't it interesting. Like a recent. Hello giggles article for now. I mean they're just not a lot out there yet. There's not a lot out there yet. My last question for you. Lindsay disney plus them disney plus premier access. Is that who. What the fuck is disney. Plus pamir acts. Are you pay thirty dollars to watch the fancy movies. Oh my god that is a.
"lottie" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"The meanest of over. Sure like in this group. Though miles teller and shea lean are like working actors if anything like somewhat buzzy like i was shocked he got miles tower. Taylor got press while this is probably why he got pressed. He got pressed for taking a role that armie hammer was supposed to play The order it's about the making of the godfather which is very. It's very tv. But like i was just i was just surprised i was like oh miles teller out here like punching guy and also making the trades at the same time all right cool well. This punch is really sort of interesting. So when you hear the first details of the punch the punch makes absolute sense. This is not a this is not us condoning violence. This is just a saying apparently because he got married to kelly in maui two years ago and while they were at this restaurant the original version of the story per tmz. Was that the wedding planner or someone who worked on miles is wedding. Saw him at. This restaurant followed him into the bathroom with a friend so to people in the situation follow miles into the bathroom and punch him they get into a confrontation that ends up with him. Being punched and tmz says that it's because miles owed these guys or one of these guys sixty thousand dollars for something he did at the right then. Kelly goes on twitter and says not so fast. Tmz that's not true. And i couldn't find sweet. I think it's been deleted but people are quoting it there. A at tmz. That's not true. We've never met this guy in our lives but then the story gets a little more complicated or lers extra level of layer of nuance to it. Which is that. It's not that those two are the ones who did the work on the wedding. Those two are somehow affiliated with the person who did the war so kelly trying to make it seem like this is not because miles owed money but like what else could it be not like someone hated. Whiplash like violence is always money or sex right. We'll just like it's almost like they're trying to separate themselves from the bad. They did which was not. Pay this person by being like. Oh it's just too random guys we've never met. It's like yeah but like they could have been friends of the wedding planner. You owe sixty thousand dollars to know small no small feat if you have debts in maui. Don't go back to maui like go to another island. There are plenty of them right. It's a small town essentially. Yeah they're going to know your they're they're gonna find you. It's like we've all seen bloodline actually. I haven't seen bloodline. But i have a feeling that similar to what bloodline is about. Something happens on an island and there's violence in florida. There's brothers isn't that about like. Oh it's so beautiful. It's an island but youk violence. No not really no no not really well. I didn't know so you put the miles teller tweeden here that says i got jumped by two two guys in about their never met before my life but the cool wrestling segue bud because it was a wrestling. I think there's a big wrestling match. And they were. It was like the person was making a comparison or something. I pasted in kelly. Tellers re tweet of miles. Teller's tweet saying. I got jumped by two guys had never met them before my life but yeah cool wrestling segue but i love the cheery tweeted him. Well she said it seems insane. Men have done this too many people and we appreciate your support. This is now a criminal investigation. So i guess the pressing charges you pressing charges. Julianne huff julian serving her niece. Just getting she should be selling it sending her knees to jail for this type of leak. Juliet up is gonna need all sorts of energy treatments to get all of this anger out of her body after her niece went on tiktok and said that. My aunt fucked leonardo dicaprio and said he wasn't good in bed. What's funny is that is exactly how i think julianne huff is behind all of the curtains. You know like every single gauzy curtains. She's put behind her. You know this visual. It's not just behind the curtain. It's behind a whole series of gauzy curtains. Yeah it's like a total eclipse of the heart video or something. Yeah she wouldn't just have like one dark curtain. It's like many ghazi curtains. Beautiful los angeles home that i've definitely seen because i definitely like watch the video when she gave a tour of it That's my own disorder. But this is hilarious. Because julian hubs knees went on tiktok and said that her her even seen the tiktok third yacar. I couldn't even see it. It was it was disappeared before. Page six or paychecks about then. It was disappeared. Those guys maui. Beat it up. Julian have ir those guys in maui and take down the dock. The knees says my aunt has slept theater. Dicaprio a bees. Not good in bed though. What's funny is like. There's always people in tiktok claiming they're related to famous people and sometimes it's true is good. That's the gag. Look they look like the person or whatever so you really have to be careful because they'll be tiktok goes viral for a person saying their related to someone but them they're actually not. Everybody knows that they're not just. That's the joke. You can't let it fool you exactly well but this is this is real. This seems like this has actually julianne heff sneeze and she was saying something that julian up at one point told her what i couldn't find us. How old niece she's a teenager. But how how team issue thirteen she nineteen collapse which has now been deleted. Jillions niece and the former dancing with the stars..
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"Will just drive off find it. Cheap hotel deal and eat like a ton of pastries. That's pretty much. That was the agenda. In fact one time at the border crossing new they ask why going in. I think we are on the way home. Or are there and they They're like what is going to be doing. No way older. Okay have fun. So so for all your smugglers out now. That's the way to get into canada. I'm going deep in streets and the croissant. Yeah we had learned about this pastry called queen. Amman which is easy to say in to spell and it's a traditional pastry from quebec and it's basically. Oh i'm being told not from quebec. We have to start over. I don't think back yeah. I don't think they can do on their own. Okay let's start this over. It's basically a large. I wanna say like what twelve or fourteen inches round layered butter. Salt sugar dough situation. It's like a croissant but like times hundred. And it's just we i remember. We went to the shop there. It's called queen went to the shop. We just got a slice of pizza. Slice would be the word ends. Yeah i took a by. We're on the street. And i took up by an i was like. Why is everyone not eating one of three. Now i see i see the clouds opening up rainbow. Beam coming down on you is that it was a rainy weekend. We didn't quite think it was going to be that rainy. We left the hotel in the morning hotter. Rain jacket pouring cats dogs. But i was intent on going to clean all and buying an entire full round size of the pastry get there. It's all to see inside. I get a whole one. Which by the way is not even that expensive and the whole thing. I swear it weighs like went ten pounds. I mean it's like it is heavy and they put it in like in like a pizza box pizza sheet box. The thin kind of cardboard ahead a little reusable shopping down with a nylon one. I put it in there and like the skies opened up. I mean it was pouring. All i can do is think of my pork when i'm on that i intended to like bring back home and then freeze half of it. They have reasoning And then course. I stop so we spent the whole wrecks the day walking around. Well it turns out. We were in like the furthest place from any kind of public transportation in a us man. Rain jacket like cover up the bags. When i i mean it was like i would have done anything for this clean among anyway. The moral of the story is it did make it home and we did freeze half of it and we did eventually all of it and it was amazing and worth. I love the fact that you took your jacket off and put it around the queen as as save. You're your little prize that you had that you weren't going to give up. I was not going to give up. It was not going to be sigy no matter what so. That's a good plot for a book which transitions to our next segment books. We have the segment called literary lottie in. It's my own guilty pleasure and we ask each of our guests but their favorite book is. And why. And i can that to my repertoire. While you've probably read my already the hobbit and lord of the rings and the reason for that is i was i think actually johnny introduced it to me Maybe five or so years ago. And i had never read it. I had seen some of the movies but didn't really get any know why it was such a big deal and then i read the hobbit and i was like wow. This is amazing. And they're also it's so many mentions of food and the importance of breakfast and second breakfast in fact our decaf land is called elevensies and that is after elevensies and i just totally fell in love with the world and the stories and such a rich incredible world. And it's just a great story and we can talk anymore because you lump them together so you you've got a person who's going to critique that sounds like the stephen colbert Kind of level of intensity related to that. Because i'm in. I'm in your camp actually charlotte because i love the hobbit and started the lord of the rings trilogy and i ended up skipping around. Because of the time commitment it took to cover them all and and it really hob is right up there at the top of my my favorite books but My my
"lottie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Only certain patients are eligible at least 12 years old, with mild to moderate symptoms and pre existing complicating conditions that could make it likely for the person to develop severe illness and treatment must begin within 10 days of the first symptoms, with some hospitals again dealing with PPE shortages. This new treatment would allow patients to go home to recover, freeing up valuable space and medical staff on that you answer body too. Freeman is called Bam! Lottie Meet Eve AB and ABC is Alex Parrish. A with that reported a tongue twister. You're gonna learn that one. It is a tough one to get down there, even for US broadcasters. It is a no to now shocking video shared on social media showing a brutal assault in the middle of the streets of South Boston, a man surrounded by gangs of dirt bikes and motorcycles punched and kicked. As riders drove by in Boston police saying it was a violent hit and run and assault. They're looking for help in identifying some of the individuals involved. The man who assaulted was she able to walk away from the scene but was hospitalized with injuries that has become A new tactic from people who are pretty much up to no good circling around a dirt bikes and a TVs in the middle of public roadways. It is 803 on it's time for traffic and weather together. It's brought to you by the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes checking in with Lori Grandi. I still kind of a dismal dreary morning out there and drizzly as well. Please continue to be heavy on that lever. Connector down. Grab downtown, the Tobin. Lots of volume, but it's moving. Okay, getting around the loop Wrap. Now in Canton, You're still slow for about a mile 95 north on Deposit Street to 93. On the born bridge. It's all backed up now. 25 to the born rotary. Let's check out the expressway with Krista Neck and my Free Insurance Road report. Well, we're not totally out of the woods. Yet here. Lori on the expressway North on is still busy from background Granted Avenue Ponsi heading up past the gas tank, the yacht Club and Savin Hill before things get themselves sorted out. Now, South Downs been busy from Columbia Road down through the lane. Drop it Savin Hill. It's also slow going now down in the East Milk the stretch from shortly after granted out, heading down toward brought in Tavern furnace for Parkway. Kristin acted in the Monterey Insurance Road report. And you just want to continue to watch out for delays over 40 minutes now for train 4 92 on the Fitchburg commuter rail line, Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three All right now, Laurie, we're taking a look.
Scientists Discover Dangerous Link Between Book Learnin, Back Talk
"End today's episode where the report the caught the attention of the country today scientists established a definitive link between the practice of book learning and increased backtalk the report from the University of Alabama confirmed Decades of speculation that exposure to High falutin books and fancy typesetting a second cause you to get a little too big for your own britches head researcher Jennifer Lee had this to say at a press conference today after years of study. We determined a significant number of correlations between red and one dog on booked for the first time. And then suddenly not knowing when to keep your damn lip zipped on top of that exposure to a few big words that don't mean nothing worth knowing only causes an increase in running your mouth. Well beyond when you damn well know better off. I'm joined by Ellen pots who's been covering the report for o b r l and what more can you tell us? Well Lesley this report offers a variety of claims for the argument that the only thing books is good for is making folks act like they got no Horse Sense, for example, the report found that one out of every three kids seemed to start guffin to their Elders moments after opening a book like they weren't raised by a firm hand furthermore research subjects who went off learning a whole bunch of Fufu words and such were 30% more likely to turn into real fast talking sons of bitches, especially at the dinner table when only dad he's supposed to be talking while now what exactly constitutes backtrack to study anything that sends you to get your mouth washed out with soap gets your height and or make someone think you've been hanging out with the Lutheran neighbors too much interesting and did the researchers find any other correlation to backtalk that reached Beyond wage. That they did and lie actually spoke about that a little at her press conference today. We can also now confidently say that mixing around with city Folk and well-to-do Lottie dolls and all that just makes people stuck up higher than a light bulb and get some thinking the sun rises simply because they grow on my lands. Yeah. This particular study was pretty comprehensive in its reach beyond what lead just said, they're the study also showed that tinkering around with books and things not only results in more backflip, but also leads to a 70% uptick in prancing around like you own the damn place. Well water researchers recommending folks do with these back talkers. The researchers recommended that parental or Guardian figures simply smack the book talk and write out of the offending parties pretty little mouth. And what about those doing the offending experts are encouraging those who glean Moon ideas way above their raison to know their table manners mind their p's and q's and try picking up a damn Bible if they're so interested in reading all of a sudden. Hey, man, that's opr is Alan pots. Thanks Allen. Thank you Leslie.
South Korean Hotel Chain Opens Seattle Hotel Tomorrow
"Will open its first Seattle hotel tomorrow. Lottie Hotel. Seattle is only the third US hotel from Lahti Hotels and Resorts. The luxury hotel is on Fifth Avenue and his 189 rooms, including 33 Sweets. Hotel occupancy was only 35% in Seattle last month due to the pandemic. Seattle has the most
Civil Rights Activist, Patricia Stephens Due
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia will Manica. All month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up against injustice and four a better world. Today we're talking about an American civil rights activist whose work began as a student and extended throughout her life and beyond. She was one of the leaders of the sit in and Jalen movements continuing to fight for a more just society even when faced with serious harm. According to The New York Times her FBI file was over four hundred pages long. Let's talk about Patricia Stevens do. Patricia Gloria Stevens was born on December ninth nineteen, thirty, nine fifteen months after her sister Priscilla who would go on to be partner in many organizing efforts. Patricia was the second of three kids born to Lottie Mae Powell Stevens, and Horace Walter Stevens. The Stevens family lived in Belgrade Florida for most Patricia Youth. By the time she was thirteen years old Patricia was very aware of the discrimination she faced for being black and was ready to protest. She and her sister refused to go to the designated colored window at their local dairy queen. Instead, they stood in line for the window marked whites only. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, seven Patricia started school at Florida Am University. Two years later in Nineteen fifty-nine Patricia and Priscila attended a workshop put on by the Congress of racial equality or core on nonviolent civil disobedience. Patricia then started a local chapter of the organization in order to continue the work, she tried to tackle it just thirteen years old integration. The following year on February. Twentieth Nineteen Sixty Patricia, her sister, and some other students sat down at a whites only lunch counter at a Woolworth Tallahassee and refused to get up until they were served. Nineteen days earlier, four guys sat down at a similar lunch counter in Greensboro North Carolina officially kicking off. Since movement across the South Patricia and ten of her peers were arrested rather than paying three hundred dollar Fine Patricia and. Out Forty nine days in jail. Their determination to serve their time as a statement became a norm when others were arrested and charged on fairly. Patricia leadership and courage caught the attention of people around the country support of the cause including Jackie Robinson Eleanor Roosevelt Harry Belafonte, and James. Baldwin. Dr Martin. Luther King. Junior. Sent the sisters telegram that said. Going to jail for a righteous cause as a badge of honor and a symbol of dignity. After she was finally released, Patricia continued the fight to change her city and country. One of her fellow activists was a man named John D do junior. He was law school at Florida Am University. The two got married in nineteen, sixty three and would go on to have three children together for their honeymoon Patricia and John went to the march on Washington and heard Dr King's I have a dream speech. The following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Patricia took on a new role in corps. She served as field secretary for a voter education and Registration Project in North Florida under her leadership. program. More. Voters than any other regional program in the south. Patricia also worked to improve the lives of workers, the poor and other underserved populations in the US. But her activism took a physical toll on her. After being hit in the face by a can of tear gas, Patricia is were injured and she was forced to wear dark glasses for the rest of her life in nineteen sixty, seven, ten years after she enrolled. Patricia graduated from Florida Am. University it took her all of a decade to get her degree because she spent periods of time traveling around the US to rally energy behind the civil rights movement. She was also suspended multiple times by the
"lottie" Discussed on KTRH
"Counting the dead more than once more than five months into the covered 19 crisis. The number of people killed by the disease in the San Antonio area since the epidemic began varies widely, depending upon where you look The state is reporting nearly twice as many deaths in Bear County. As the Metropolitan Health District. Nearly twice as many It's a drawing contrast. So it gets back to one of the things we've been talking about Lottie's Who do you believe? What figures what figures are accurate. Metro Health officials believe the state's numbers are inflated and include people who died in bear counting hospitals, but live somewhere else. And some who weren't tested for the disease but whose death certificates nonetheless listed Govind 19 as a cause. One of the problems that we've been talking about for quite some time death certificates from hospitals. They get more money. If they have it's covert 19 Bottom line. So as we've lived, if we you know, I'm sure you've heard us talk about this before. You know if if somebody dies, regardless of their means of death. And they run a blood test. And if I find any sort of a positive reaction, including antibodies for covered 19 the death gets listed as cover 19 you say admitted that this is what's happening. We heard it from Dr Burkes. Right? So why This essay is so difficult, you know, and this whole thing about mask orders. You know, the governor's mask order is for any county that has more than 20 cases. Not 20 deaths, not 20 hospitalization. 20 positive cases will wear in the state of Texas. Are you going to find that? More than 20 cases. Probably everyone. All the testing this, of course, people who don't even know they have a bit suddenly they find out they do might be time for some new guidance from governor. So how dangerous is this disease? I don't know. I wish somebody would tell us every day. Every day. We get a different story about what it's capable of is more dangerous for some than for others, obviously. But we don't even know that it has different symptoms. You think this far into it? We'd has different after effects. We don't know you and every day every day, I see a new story on the latest list of possible aftereffects and symptoms, another talking hearing loss and all sorts of other things every day. It's something else. 7 11 time for traffic.
"lottie" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Mother stop on Ly one. Kiss me. I'm a crazy Jim And I remember when I die, everybody dressed in all black suit and a tie my funeral. If I ever go down and get hot, identified the most solid nothing just a little FYI, she would never teach. You never see her with different guys ever tell you different in. It's a lock down. Keep that feeding their comic keeps composite she go way together. Perhaps together, we both go, wass. The world would just keep getting rich. You know, I never do try and night my mind got crazy guys, I am his his mind. Have you ever taken a ride with my men Give money. If not you stay solid. Never, Lottie swear. Most likely. I'm sure never to try in the night mind got crazy guys, I am used to his mind..
Jeff Moyer on ACL Injury Prevention
"Acl Injury Prevention. What do you think about it? What's What's your take on this vast area that a lot of athletes are being ushered into in ACL prevention programs? I have an interesting. I think a little different background maybe most coaches I used to work at a sports. Medicine Orthopaedic Practice And one of my jobs was the return to play. I was the return to play guy after some got hurt went to saw the Ortho so the PT. So the act than me. And then in the meantime I also ran their ACL prevention program. Which I believe if I remember correctly was a six week program where we saw the athletes. I think twice a week and we start with this baseline jump test and how they land and US take video and then you put it in this program that they set up and it gives you these numbers in these drawings of their values knee collapse and shows you how should he they are and then after six weeks you redo the exact same test and punch it into the program and it shows you. How Great Their Vegas is. And congratulations to certification you prevent an ACL injuries. Lottie da and that was the whole program and every workout was just hodgepodge just weird stuff doing various jumps in the middle of the field on allowed unstable surfaces a lot of closed Agility drills to cones and all this stuff and it was I don't know I was turned off to it then and the doctor. I think could see that because I wasn't doing a very good job of promoting trying to sell it to coaches and stuff and I'm just the type of person if it's not in me I just can't fake it So I yeah. That didn't work out Me Working there very long and hence me down here. Pennsylvania so It's an interesting It's been interesting journey. Starting there And then my work with Dr Yeses and seeing things from a- bio mechanical standpoints With stuff and then getting more into the vision and perceptual side of things with Dr Harrison is really Kinda again changed my view so to speak in and I guess There's three I kinda categorizes three camps that I see that view injuries and Sel's earlier movements People your perception action. There's no true bio mechanic structure Everything's based off perception to the environment to the Oregon from the organism and In task what's going on there are the other type of people that look at Range of motion and used movement screens. And this and that and do everything in closed environments and then Uganda got your strength camp. That is a let's work on the The the E. centric in the isometrics and that will take care of their ability to decelerate and land And for me. It's Kinda I try to use. All the answer's always in the middle so I always try to look at it all When it comes to preventing injuries I don't really start any which way or just Kinda just kinda use all of it You know but what's what's interesting to me that not a lot of people talk about so depending on where you get your statistics from FRAC- Al Injuries. What eighty percent of them are non contact or seventy percent depends on where you get your information but in an interesting study Think in two thousand fourteen on on soccer players. Although those non contact injuries A- player was one to two meters Around that person so it wasn't like this athlete which is running with a soccer ball stepped in a hole and fell toward the knee. Or something. there was a perceptual aspect to the injury. Which I find very interesting and Going further into that study found that defensive players were more likely tear their injury or tore their heels and then often to players so something about defending and the chaotic nature of that so building perception Into OUR REHAB programs are prevention program is huge. Now I also think it's it's crap to say that we have a prevention program in a Rehab Program would ever think it's just all one of the same I look at athletes whether they heard or not kinda put him in the same boat I think a prevention program is just some kind of sales pitch that doctors use to create these programs to make money or that's some organizations use to say hey. We have doctor's approval from this so that gives them some kind of credibility. Sell this bullshit It's just one in the same So might be with working whether it's prevention or to someone who's torn ACL or tender Rehab. Back I really don't. It's it's really not much difference It should be one one thing. One thing only is which is performance and getting better and you know if they're hurt then we got to get them to be able to perform and if they are performing that we gotta make sure that they stay able to perform that's that's really
"lottie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of course I could not express the things that I knew about miss Lottie as I stood there awkward and ashamed the years have put words to the things I knew in that moment and as I look back upon it I know that the moment marked the end of innocence in a sense involves an unseen acceptance of things at face value and ignorance of the area below the surface in that humiliating moment I looked beyond myself and into the depths of another person this was the beginning of compassion and one cannot have both compassion and innocence the years have taken me worlds away from that time and that place from the dust and squalor of our lives and from the bright things that I destroyed in a blind childish striking out and god knows what misaligned died long ago and many years have passed since I last saw her hunt completely barren at last but despite my wild contrition she never planted marigolds again yes there are times when the image of those passionate yellow mountains returns with a painful poignancy for one does not have to be ignorant and poor to find that life is as barren as the dusty yards of our town and I to have planted marigolds.
"lottie" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Two point five go backstage to meet that could be fun the tick tock so if you have that happen major lives in in five minutes this is from the ninety two point five I've never I I don't want to make it they just want to do twenty seven funny Clive one of the under which you take to make off he pulled it down and watch advertisement CDC which product I never only one when I he stressed and all black never go down again at the end of she would never never see a with different guys ever tell you different it is a lot you know I mobbing give money get yeah stay solid number Lottie swear most likely and I was.
State Department elevates China travel advisory to 'Do Not Travel'
"The state department has just raised is warning alert to the highest level over the corona virus epidemic in China and is telling US citizens not to travel there officials say they're reacting to declaration by the World Health Organization that the virus is a global health threat W. H. O. director Ted Ross every houses I'm declaring a public because emergency of international concern all over the globe allowed to break off normal koruna vitis viruses now spread within the US the first human to human transmission here Chicago health commissioner Allison are Lottie that first case patient is doing well she remains hospitalized and in isolation primarily for infection control our newly confirm patient is a man in his sixties the husband of our first confirmed case he is also currently hospitalized and in stable condition at this time CBS news update I'm Jim
Coronavirus outbreak declared global emergency as U.S. sees 6th case
"The state department has just raised is warning alert to the highest level over the corona virus epidemic in China and is telling US citizens not to travel there officials say they're reacting to declaration by the World Health Organization that the virus is a global health threat W. H. O. director Ted Ross every houses I'm declaring a public because emergency of international concern over the global outbreak of normal coronavirus viruses now spread within the U. S. the first human to human transmission here Chicago health commissioner Allison are Lottie that first case patient is doing well she remains hospitalized and in isolation primarily for infection control our newly confirmed patient is a man in his sixties the husband of our first confirmed case he is also currently hospitalized and in stable condition at
Inside Donald Sterling's Clippers Era
"Grew up in los angeles in the eighties and i remember watching clipper games on t._v.'s a kid. The games themselves weren't weren't really anything to talk about. I mean the team almost never won and yet the voice of the clippers ralph lawler. Somehow made me care well. That was my job and part of the craft. I just felt that was my job to find a way to keep people interested did in a game. That very often wasn't very interesting because we had a lot of those lottie years. That weren't very interesting but there's always a story to tell if fifteen win season there's some young player or players that you've got a story to tell about them that that humanizes them. That makes people likes them makes people root for them. How rookie was a master at making the clippers likable no matter how much they lost honestly think a lot of fans tuned in for ralph more than the basketball because god knows there was no one at the actual arena except for penny marshall and billy crystal. How did you become a clipper fan because no one was a clipper. They asked me to play. They said listen. We only get four guys tonight. Can you still dribble sports arena. Yeah i had tickets for awhile and we they were great but there was no challenge you know and then a friend of mine calls it's come on. Do you want to go see the clippers play as a all right. There was nobody there. I mean it was a triple double meant. There were three couples. Uh at every level the clippers screamed not showtime but that didn't seem to bother donald sterling or at least it didn't seem to register register. He got a lot of negative press but it was attention. People knew his name and he liked that. That's kind of all. He really wanted to be the center center of attention. That's why he started throwing his party's. They were fabulous donald and shelly sterling's infamous white parties so called because i guess we're expected to come wearing white. Everybody came in white except for donald who got to wear black. L. is just fabulous. It was just a big white party. The biggest white party took place at the end of summer as a way to kick off the basketball season. We'd have the players there. They'd get up on stage and a lot of the fans and a lot of ticket holders. Were there down in the white. Show intel tell don casey attended the party's when he was a coach for the clippers westie cups like this high so you can't drink too much wine little hotdog sticks in a multi-million ekberg. His bailable white party is notorious after uh-huh one time with my wife i i was never allowed to go again. It wasn't quite my style anyway but was so seedy an oily about it is he'd have forgive me but it's true he'd have like grade c actors and actresses. The hangers on the people wanted to get back in show business but he'd also mingle mingle with people who were stars. Billy crystal was one any hired more than just impersonators. There were some lovely ladies walking turnaround. Donald called them hostesses. He had them at every party. He threw he'd actually advertised for them in the paper looking for california model types but they were glorified. Call girls there to look good and entertain. The male guests and shelley had to smile and endure it another public humiliation at the hands for husband too much one. The shelly said maybe not enough. There was always a photographer roadster. He had to have a private photographer for everything everything he did. Give a hand to america where he were walking around him. His voice was talking. He was like yes fabulous. This the mirror quentin richardson was drafted by the clippers in the first round of the two thousand draft he was from chicago played college ball there and then declared for the draft after his sophomore year he was barely twenty years old when he landed in los angeles inexperienced his first donald sterling party. We know we were there whereas the is is his guest athletes but then you had i guess you would say his friends and his normal guest is like you know definitely not the same type hyper looking crowd is we are and so for us. We will kind of standing there and just check everything out and it's like you know. This is for a lot out of us the first time this is the first preseason team type owners meaning or house or any of that. We've ever been to have been involved in so i'm i'm dislike. I'm be respectful say will serve because then i'm over here may want it all and we wanted with player los angeles. This was the best part of the party for donald sterling showing off his players. Don't need have the individual players. Stand up and tell why they love l._a. One of his favorite questions and so you'd have all these guys standing ended up you know danny manning and charles smithson yom mark jackson and stand up and say why they i love l._a. And there's a lot of beautiful girls aren't there and i'm you hong. Come on please. I remember four wilt chamberlain who was getting up there and he was almost at the end of his life and he looked very rail thin to me but he says what what am i doing here. I see you you tell me he goes. I don't even know this guy. It was almost heartbreaking. I was just like okay. I'm ready for somebody to make the first move so soon as somebody else leave. I'm gone like i just don't want to be the first one to leave but from out of here he would hold your hand and just would not let go was it was really really uncomfortable. I mean all my god you. He just wanted to someplace else. The thing is as awkward as these parties were. Donald never seemed happier. He got to be the bell of his own ball and for a few hours a captive audience had to at least pretend to think it was really cool that he owned the worst human basketball because in real life no one was donald sterling so donald found ways to manufacture that for himself to force the conversation to the fact that he he owned the clippers whoever happened to walk up he would ask him advice about the team he would go to the airport after a game and the baggage handlers i would say donald sterling over to me and said. Do you think we should trae. Danny manning you talk to the waiter to restaurant talked to usher at the games is famous. This thing is what i think of my coach just as likely he'd be listening to a cabdriver as he would be to a general manager a scout in bach loud he would call me sometimes was late at night. You know i'm roy firestone. You know everybody. You've watched all these interviews. Tell me about larry brown and why he should be the coach of our team. It's ten hindu eleven at night. It's the owner of the clippers. I'm not a basketball coach analysts. He goes roy. Your opinion matters you know he called billy crystal said. What do you think of larry brown. If you say i should hire him. I'm hiring them. Billy crystal must've told him to hire larry brown because he did and it was a good higher in one thousand nine hundred and again in nineteen ninety-three brown actually led the clippers to the playoffs for the first time since before donald on the team but then
"lottie" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Rage girls on the plane my yeah oops the date yeah this is this very well might be pay back for the for the trump Lottie's but we'll see because there's also some speculation that these guys are never going to pay for their crimes because they are soul well connected we'll see we'll see this is the this is the closest I think the Clintons have ever come to having to face justice for the things that they have done yeah the closest this might be the one taboo that still remains that you you can't have sex with underage girls you you can't do that yeah I mean I think as a society in a civilization we could still agree on that right I I hope we can I don't know if you're Clinton I don't know I don't know I don't know we'll see if you're really really well connected and you have others Alec Baldwin involved in these things how many people are going to be taken down by this and this this is this will shoot right into the heart of the Democratic establishment yeah and that's going to be real damaging we'll see how strong justice compared to politics back he's like bacon for your brain Glenn Beck's on K. N. S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk warning if your buried in debt you can't afford do not let the credit card companies make you think that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you to know is that there is actually a way to.