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The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"lucille" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Ironically named sister Christian. Coincidentally named, really. Who was believed to be the world's oldest person, has died. So it's too late. Too late. It's too late to do the story. I would keep reading. Just weeks. You know, there's a fine line from having fun and being an adversary. Jumped right on me, didn't he? Just weeks before her under 19th birthday, Lucille, Lucille randon. Known as sister Andre. Yeah, I know. She named herself after her brother, which is to start Andre. Very confusing. She died at 2 a.m. on the 17th. It was a slight drizzle outside. The world seemed to stop for just a second. After the coughing. Lord the coughing. Actually, this woman survived COVID. Asked about her exceptional longevity after survivor surviving two world wars, she told French media back in April that, quote, working makes you live. I worked until I was a 108. Sure, after the 70 to a 108, I didn't get much done. But boy, I worked. I worked hard. Some might say I was in the way more than anything. My boss tells me, also, she does the lord's work and you are insulting. She took 12 years off from one O 8 to one 19. She was just being lazy the whole time. Exactly. Sitting on her beehive not to do it. She's going to get off your ass and help me, lady. We have some audio here here. I am sorry. Okay, thank you. Here comes sister boys name.
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"lucille" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Their 30 day satisfaction guarantee, and you'll either love it or you get your money back. So that's peak life dot com spelled pi E, LIFE dot com slash DR JO CK ERS and use the coupon code doctor jockers for a complimentary gift and 5% off. Yeah, and that's interesting that you talked about that study. I know that ashwagandha has been shown, which is in the soothing adaptogen blend in metabolic reds, has been shown to support youthful telomeres by increasing telomerase by up to 45%. And we know that, you know, I know much of my audience has heard of ashwagandha. It's commonly referenced when it comes to mood, energy, mental stamina, just better brain function, less anxiety, it's very good for improving positive mood. So if somebody is dealing with depression or sadness, it's great for helping support good sleep. So that's all built in there and really supports telomerase activity as well. And going back to farmers markets and eating locally, I know out here where I'm at in Atlanta right now in September, we have muscadine grapes. And my family and we have a huge vines. We've been getting muscadine grapes. And I wanted to do a little research because I'm like, I wonder what musket and grapes, like what are their top nutrients? They're not as sweet. They're more sour than your typical store bought grapes. And I found that they're one of the richest sources of oleic acid. Yeah, resveratrol. And anthocyanins, which all help protect against oxidative stress, stimulate certain pathways in the mitochondria. I know a leg at acid actually helps stimulate my in the enterocytes in the intestines. We were talking about that one cell and how important it is that we keep that one cell lining of the gut, healthy and stress resilient. Well, the healthier the mitochondria are in those enterocytes, the more stress resilient that gut lining is, the leg acid is one of the most important nutrients we get it from things like pomegranate, is rich in oleic acid, strawberries, raspberries, muscadine grapes are right up there close to pomegranate as a source of allegic acid. So what a great find. That's great. And it's going to backyard. And again, there will only be there for a season. And so why you got them? That's awesome. Yeah, yeah. So yeah, again, trying to get those colors in, eating locally, I think that's so important, supporting your farmers markets, getting a diverse array of those types of colors. I know for myself, just some of my staple polyphenol rich foods, again, extra virgin, high polyphenol extra virgin olive oil, get the healthy fats, get the polyphenols. I also love dark chocolate. Are you a dark chocolate fan? Absolutely. So dark chocolate, trying to minimize the sugar because we know sugar is going to really damage metal contra telomere activity. So we don't want the high sugar chocolate, but as minimal sugar as possible. I like like an 85% dark chocolate. It's just got like a tiny bit of sweetness. Tastes great, but there's tons of polyphenols in the chocolate. Yeah. And even like a really this morning I started out with an organic blend of just an espresso that I sipped on for about a half hour. And so those things that can get coffee. So coffee has got chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid. Yeah, blood sugar supportive. Those are, again, polyphenols that coffee has been shown to help improve insulin resistance, support blood sugar metabolism, support the gut microbiome. So yeah, a lot of great benefits there. You know what else is interesting with coffee, it actually coffee slows down the CYP a one two enzyme in the liver, which you think that might be bad because that's kind of the phase one cytochrome P450 enzyme, which starts kind of the liberty toxification. But one of the benefits of that, a lot of people have fast phase one and slow phase two, right? So they're already starting to the deactivation process of toxins too quickly anyways, which can be a beneficial if they slightly slow it down, but it also increases the melatonin half life. It slows down the breakdown of melatonin, which keeps it more elevated in the system, and so that could have a mitochondrial regenerative effect as well. Yeah, definitely. I mean, you know, your point about melatonin across the board is really super important. I mean, most people think of it as, oh, something that you take at a small milligram to help you get to sleep, not great at helping you stay asleep, but it's so important as an antioxidant. And the studies in different disease processes, especially in cancer at larger doses, are super important. But once again, as we age, does decrease, but melatonin IC tanking earlier and earlier and earlier for folks. So can we give supplemental melatonin? And of course. But do we want to understand why that melatonin is plummeting so soon for folks. And that's the identifying treating the cause because then we can help other processes as people hopefully grow healthier and have that quality of life to match it as far as longevity is concerned. For sure. And so we started talking about the metabolic reds. I know you got four super food blends in the metabolic reds. And it's super easy to take. I mean, it's just scooping water. It's red, it tastes great, like my kids, every time I drink it, my kids are like, can I have a sip? Can I have some of that? So they love it. They're like, oh, his daddy's red drink. And they all want to have some as well. So of course I'm sharing it with them too. What was the inspiration behind that? Tell me more about some of the super foods and nutrients that you guys put in there. So you know, one of the things that I love about pure health research is that everything is backed by science. So it's super easy for me to talk on behalf of the science that, you know, it's basically taking plant to pill. And so when and when they go to develop a product, it's almost like scanning the environment out there as far as our healthcare system right now and looking at where there's trends and looking at where there's deficiencies and problems. And then putting together something that's going to help and fix it. And so as you and I talked about with longevity and biological aging, we think about the mitochondria talked about telomeres and we talked about the microbiome. And so with the evidence, you put together this synergistic combination ingredient. So synergistic like one plus one equals ten, right? You're getting support for each sort of arm of these sort of aging clocks that these biological aging clocks. And I think that's how I've seen them think through things and then source the ingredients that are at the right dosages. And as clean and the quality, you know, I'm interrupting myself, but one of my mentors, I love this, she says, it's not the food, right? Because everybody is like, wait, I have to eat gluten free or I can't eat dairy or it's not the food, it's what we've done to it. That is one of the issues why we're asking people to avoid certain things. So quality of food is something that I preach all the time, right? So I could put together an incredible meal plan. But if I don't emphasize, you know, like when you're talking about olive oil, like organic cold pressed high polyphenol rich olive oil. So that is what's important. And that's what I see pure health research doing, then after seeing the science and digging through the research that sourcing the ingredients that make sense, but there are high quality and the key for me being a consultant and natural product industry is at an appropriate dose that's going to not just have a label claim. It's going to have a body claim. And that is something that I really, I really appreciate. Yeah, it's super important. We call that the clinically effective dose, right? So a lot of people will put very small amounts of different highly touted super foods, but it's such a small dose. It's not going to really move the needle because with a lot of these things, you've got to hit a certain threshold with the active components in there in order to really make a physiological difference. And a lot of people are not doing that in the supplement industry. Unfortunately, because it saves them money and they can still say that these nutrients, they could still use marketing claims behind the nutrients. And so that is a great thing about metabolic reds and how they do that. And I was interested, you know, when I was looking at this product when you guys sent it over to me, I really like the organic red fruit blend. It's got 23 different organic fruits, got blueberry, bilberry, cranberry. A lot of us are eating berries, but we're eating like three different berries. Like in my house, we get blueberries. We get BlackBerries, raspberries sometimes. I love strawberries. It's my favorite berry. So in a week, we may have like four different types of berries, but this has got 23 different fruits, got a whole bunch of different types of berries. I mean, I'm not eating cranberries all the time, right? So all of these cranberries are also very rich in oleic acid as well, kind of the more sour, like think about pomegranates, kind of the astringent type of flavor to it. Same thing with the muscadine grapes. So a lot of people actually don't like Musk and I grapes or cranberries that astringent quality to it. But again, that's the oleic acid that's in there, which is so powerful for stimulating mitophagy in the microbiome, but I love that red fruit blend. You got the soothing adaptogen blend with ashwagandha. You got things like kind of stema in there, which is great for blood sugar stability. Yeah, you guys have the probiotic blend, so there's probiotics, particularly bifidobacterium, lactobacillus, which are the most well studied, most research based bacteria, probiotic strains of bacteria that you've got in there. And the digestion enhancing enzyme playing. Most people need to support their enzymes. Again, we're eating so quickly on the go. We're not taking the time to really break down digest or food well and especially as people age. We know the research is pretty clear that people age, their production of stomach acid is going down, their production of pancreatic enzymes, bile goes down. So they actually get less nutrient assimilation from their food. And when they eat, they actually create more metabolic stress and inflammation, right? That actually eating itself creates this inflammatory process, especially when we don't have the right digestive juices like enzymes. So supporting our enzymes with supplements can be really, really helpful in that process. Yeah. And it's pretty powerful product just because all of those levers working together from just a metabolic health perspective and metabolic health is kind of where exactly these days. And so it's just one of those hacks, please, I beg people go ahead and try to make these dietary and lifestyle interventions that we have suggested and make sure that maybe just a little, once every a little change every week, do something different every week. Eat a little bit more nutritiously every week. Do something small. But if you need to, like I said, supplement your lifestyle. Yeah, for sure. And you guys have a special offer to for my audience. You guys can check it out. So you could try it for yourself. It's get reds, just GET, RE DS dot com slash jockers. And what they do is that when you buy the metabolic reds, they give you a metabolic greens as well. So you know you're getting more polyphenols, you get, I know there's green tea in the metabolic reds, so you get the catechins that are so supportive for mitochondrial health. For the NRF two pathway that really ramps up our body's defense against oxidative stress in there. Of course they got all kinds of greens and single cell algae and stuff like that. So you can try both of those out. And I've been very impressed with them. I think, you know, I've tried a lot of different greens, powders, reds powders, but metabolic pure health research, which is actually the name of the company. That makes metabolic reds. Excellent job on this. That's why I'm happy to endorse them for my audience here. Great. Well, thank you so much. Yeah, I have a blast working on behalf of them and I feel like what they do from start to finish and thinking things all the way through that clinical dosage has always been so important to me correct labeling, not using any excipients that are unnecessary, clean products. It's just it's a good company, period. Yeah, so good. So this has been a great interview. Doctor Lucille, and we talked about the three biological clocks. So just for review guys, we talked about the microbiome, how critical that is to support and some of the best things we can do. We talked about intermittent fasting or caloric restriction in general, but just giving your body time to rest and heal, right? Too much metabolic or too much mechanical stress, just the actual physical process of eating the food can really stress our gut and taking time between the meals actually really helps trim and support our microbiome. Also getting a lot of polyphenols in there. We talked about that as well for this. And then we also talked about telomeres and how important telomeres are as far as really understanding how our DNA is aging, how our genes are aging and how adaptogens like ashwagandha can be really important for that as well as polyphenols really support that as well. And then we talked about microbiome and I'm sorry, mitochondria right now important mitochondria are and polyphenols are very supportive melatonin. We talked about with that. There's a lot of M alliteration going on there. Like exactly. Metabolic. That's right, that's right. A lot of different stuff like that. So yeah, probiotics, enzymes. So hopefully you guys got a lot out of this podcast here. I know we touched on a lot of different topics. And doctor Lucille, where can people learn more about you and follow you? I don't know if you have social media, or in a little bit of a transition right now. So I do have a scrub down website that'll just give you a little bit about my background. There's really no way to contact me at this point in time. I'm getting a few new landing pages that will kind of point people in the right direction. But my website is doctor Holly Lucille dot com. DR Holly Lucille dot com. Thank you. And we'll have that in the show notes and thank you so much, doctor Lucia. We'll have to have you back on for a follow-up podcast down the road. Thanks for all your time. And any last words of inspiration for our audience here. You know, I think that well, first of all, keep listening to you because you give such great tidbits, nuggets, digestible as they are for folks. So that's my one. And then two, I think my phrase for the podcast is supplement your lifestyle. You know, there's a lot going on out there. And one of the things that I've always come up with is like, hey, when somebody comes to see me, they're usually quote unquote in debt with their health, right? Well, how do you get out of debt? You get out of debt by making more deposits over your withdrawals over time, right? So now there's always going to be automatic withdrawals. And we know that now, right? We know that our soil is depleted of nutrients. That food that we think is good is growing in, right? So it's nutrient deficient, even if we think we're doing a good job. So I just think, you know, hey, supplement
The Life Stylist
"lucille" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"I mean, just thinking about meditation today, I laid there under this thing. It's called the Lucille light. It's this hypnagogic. I did it paleo effects a few years ago. Oh, you know, actually. The woman who was on the show, oh my God, how embarrassing if I forget her name, I totally know her. We're like Friends. Anyway, it'll come to me. She lives in boulder. I wondered that because I know there's like a Lucille light, not a clinic, but someone who runs programming there. I was wondering, yeah. Yeah. Her name's Allison Allison.
"lucille" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"This Pride Month will manica is brought to you exclusively by Mercedes Benz. Together, we're honoring people who've expanded the norms of gender and sexuality in the performing arts. Mercedes Benz embraces the freedom of individual expression and continues to support and stand with the LGBTQIA+ community. Listen all month long as we share stories of proud individuals whose authentic expression in their lives and bodies of work have challenged norms, driving society forward. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is will manica. Happy Pride Month. This June we're featuring the stories of queer stars of stage and screen. Women who expanded the norms of gender and sexuality in the limelight and behind the scenes. Today we're talking about one of the big three of the blues. But this performer didn't just sing the blues, she sang the dirty blues. She's infamous for writing some of the most sexually explicit blue songs ever committed to record. Let's talk about Lucille bogan. Lucille bogan was born Lucille Anderson on April 1st, 1879, in Monroe county, Mississippi. Little is known about her early life. Other than the fact that her family relocated to Birmingham, Alabama. In the late 1910s, Lucille met and married Nazareth Lee bogan. The couple had one son together. Over the next few years, Lucille grew in the Birmingham blues scene. By 1923, she was signed by okay records and recorded her first record, lonesome daddy blues in New York City. Later that year, she recorded pawn shop blues in Atlanta, making her the first blues artist to record outside of New York or Chicago. Lucille had her first big hit with her song sweet petunia. While many of Lucille's early pieces had the word blues in the title. Her style was more like the vaudeville performances of the 1920s. With hints of ragtime and black folk music. Over time, Lucille's voice deepened and her lyrics became more explicit. Lucille cut her teeth performing at rowdy juke joints. Over time, she stopped using her real name and began recording under the name bessie Jackson. But that persona her lyrical content focused on drinking and sex. She released songs like sloppy drunk blues and tricks ain't walking no more, which were covered by Memphis Minnie, who we've previously featured on this show. She also recorded the original version of black angel blues, which was later covered by blues legend B.B. King. Lucille's most explicit song was the infamous shave them dry. The lyrics to the song were so raunchy, she recorded two versions. One clean and one dirty. The clean version of the song contained double entendre similar to her past lyrics. The dirty version, which legend has it was never actually meant for the public. Gave listeners a front row seat to what Lucille would sing at the routed juke joints of the day. Shave him dry was a huge hit. And was even referenced in the Rolling Stone song start me up. Lucille's racy lyrics matched her love life. She had numerous affairs with both men and women. She was even rumored to have had an affair with her pianist will as well. She sang about her relationships with women and songs like BD women's blues, which featured lyrics such as come at a time, BD women, they ain't gonna need no men. They got ahead like a sweet angel and they walk just like a natural man. Lucille returned to Birmingham in 1935 after being dropped by her record label. She never recorded another song. In her later years, she managed her son's jazz ensemble, Wilkins Birmingham busters. And followed him to Los Angeles. She passed away in 1948 from heart disease at the age of 51. Today, Lucille is still remembered and revered for her infamous lyrics..
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Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"lucille" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Grade, you got to do a water pan. And then the top rate is where you put your brisket. See, I've never attempted a brisket. It comes out pretty nice. You just put it in at 12 midnight and then the next day, it's ready to run. But you know, I kept on trying and trying and I kept on going out and trying to find a brisket to practice with. Then finally, August 2020, my friends and family were telling me, why don't you post online? Why don't you start on Instagram account? Why don't you just start selling? Because I had nothing to do. My businesses were still closed. I didn't know what was going on. I was home. My kids were home. I was kind of going out of my mind, especially with two little kids trying to zoom. And so that's what I did. August 2nd, 2020 was my first sale. If funny enough, I met my customer in front of Lucille. I don't know why it's allocation. I just was looking for a centralized location near a freeway exit and it happened to be at the mall or Lucille's was. Okay, can I just say that the way you describe that? That must have looked like either a drug deal or a Craigslist deal. Yeah, it was pretty risky. It seemed pretty risky. You know, at that time, a lot of people were doing these kind of like parking lot deals, right? And we were trying to be contactless and it was really awkward because at that time we forgot how to socialize. We weren't supposed to like shake hands anymore or bump this. We're not supposed to touch each other, and it's like, hey, are you here looking for barbecue? Okay, here's your order,.
"lucille" Discussed on WTOP
"It's titled being the Ricardo's taking us behind the scenes of I love Lucy Film critic Christian toto says this morning the movie focuses on chaos that was going on behind the scenes Turns out the marriage between Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz is on the rocks and there's another confrontation behind the scenes that could really end the show itself This is from writer director Aaron Sorkin who's known for his really snappy smart dialog and you get plenty of that here Of course Nicole Kidman is outstanding as Lucille Ball and it's one of the kind of performances that really transforms her into this character we've known for years and years The problem with this story is that sometimes it leans a little too heavily on nostalgia We do see some classic scenes recreated and it's fun at times but there's more dramatic heft here that isn't fully explored And that's a bit frustrating So I think if you enjoy the classic show you will appreciate this If you're looking for fine drama you'll get some satisfaction but I think given the source material it could have been even better You also got to look at don't look up a satire from Netflix with a lot of star power We have Leonardo DiCaprio Jennifer Lawrence Meryl Streep a real amazing cast assembled here to tell a story that is this terrible look at the end of the world but really kind of talks about climate change and how our inaction regarding that could have catastrophic consequences The story itself is too scattershot It's too blunt at times and they're just aren't enough big laughs to sustain a movie that goes well past the two hour mark Now some of the targets are hit and hit directly including social media and have distractedly all become these days God forbid there was a crisis of catastrophic proportions Would we be able to pay attention long enough to see if we can solve the crisis in play The director of the film is Adam McKay who's given us the big short and vice and sometimes he's just two one sided in his approach to satire and the characters here don't really land like they should despite that great cast Don't look up as smart and interesting at times and then frustrating as well The best jokes are front loaded and after why thinking oh if the end of the world is coming.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"lucille" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"He was a wife and a woman beater too. But it was only after Lucy teamed up with desi that she became a household name. But, you know, conversely, desi's a kid that lost everything in the Cuban revolution fled to America, found work as a janitor cleaning out canary cages, he was actually a kept boy. Of the gay composer, Lorenz Hart, and he had an affair with Ginger Rogers on the side, which is weird because Ginger Rogers mom at one point took Lucy under a wing and helped her get acting work and kind of mentored her. And then when he moved to Hollywood he met Lucy, but the word on the word on desi was that he was a Jekyll and Hyde kind of guy, but drinking and gambling always with prostitutes and booze and also the gay actor sees a Romero who played the Joker on Batman. He was considered his devoted slave. I don't know what that means, but if you're kept by Lorenz heart and now you're Caesar Romero's devoted slave, what does it say about you? I think it says desi anez would do anything to make it to the top. But when they met, I think after 6 months of meeting each other, he asked her to marry him and she said yes, and everybody knew the marriage wouldn't last, even Lucille Ball was skeptical. Everybody gave it about a year and a half. She gave it 6 weeks. She's often joked. And no one thought it would go further than that at all. Even her best friend, Maureen O'Hara at the time, told Lucy, go ahead and marry him if you love him. But don't be surprised if he's fucking everything that moves and Lucy kind of knew that, yeah, that's probably gonna be what happens. And then they went fast forward on this courtship and the real reason that I remember desi asking for Lucy's hand in marriage is really the true testament to how strange and toxic that relationship was. After they wrapped this movie too many girls, desi went back to Chicago to work on a stage play and Lucy went on a promotional tour and when they were apart, desi started hooking up with his former lover, the actress and pin up model Betty Grable and Lucy caught wind of that happening of him creeping around and she stormed into the apartment he shared with his then divorced mother and abused him right in front of her. So they'd had a very nasty stormy relationship. She called him a Cuban son of a bitch in front of his mother. I mean, it got bad, but I always like to bring it down to, okay, they all, they all do well. The show becomes a hit. They make their millions. The marriage kind of calms down. They separate after 20 some odd years of being together. But the saddest thing to me is as much as they fought and I said this before on other shows briefly, one of the things that touched me the most and I'm saying this story because I heard a podcast from Turner classic movies that's all about Lucille Ball and it's sparked my memory of the Desi Arnaz show. The thing that got me the most is when Lucy finally divorced him and she had her next husband. She stayed in the house, she used to live in with desi. And desi was still a carouser and still going out and getting drunk every night. And shagging different girls here and there. But on many a night he would drive back to the house that he once lived in with Lucy and now where she was living with her new husband. And it would knock on the door and pine for her. And Lucy would come to the door and meet him and eventually she would let it in. And he would cry. About how badly he treated her and how he wished he could have a second chance. And it got so maudlin that Lucy's husband would open the sulfur for desi and let him sleep over. I don't know what kind of man that is, but that takes a different kind of temperament to have your wife's ex-husband, a famous Playboy, a Latin lover coming in crying on your furniture, pining for your wife, takes a special kind of guy to make a bed for him and say, sleep it off, desi, you'll be fine in the morning. But that really touched me. Honestly, I was never a gigantic fan of I love Lucy. I always felt like watching it meant I was homesick from school. That music always reminded me of your homesick from school. But looking back, you could tell they really did something special together, even though if it didn't last, but I'll always remember that ending of how as much as they may have had a stormy relationship, desi knew he fucked it up and he always pined for her until he died. That always gets me. It always gets me even though he was a Latin lover and a hot headed guy. He still had the heart to have to do that at night when he thought about the life he once had. Anyhow, said, but interesting. That's it for today. Just a bunch of different stuff. I don't know, I just pulled stuff out of thin air and I feel like talking about it, no real plan on this show. Just a bunch of stuff that I plucked out of my head. That's your show for Wednesday, November 17th, 2021. I'll talk to you guys Friday or tomorrow if you go to Patreon dot com slash fame is a bitch.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"lucille" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Made them millionaires ten times over because no one had done that before, but just where he came from. The fact that his father was working for the Cuban government and when that government won out all the people who work for that leader were put in jail and desi eventually came here, but as a young boy in Cuba, 12 year old boy in Cuba, his father took him to a whorehouse, got him laid, and he liked it so much he never stopped doing it. So he loved the nightlife. He loved the action. He loved women. He loved playing bongos and singing. And his life became just this whirlwind of going to the nightclub singing, became a big hit, and then right away after the show, he'd go to the whorehouses and find a girl to spend the next 6, 7 hours with, and he'd sleep all day and do it again the next day. And that's the way his life wasn't until he got this easily got this chance to do a show and I think Rogers and heart wrote the lyrics for this show. It's a terrible title was called spic and Spanish if you can believe it. Desi anez didn't care that the lyrics that the lyrics said that of the song was that he said I like it. I want to do it. I know what people think about me. I still want to make myself profitable and make myself a star. And that would have been enough, but the fact that he then meets Lucille Ball, who's also on the up and coming wave of popularity, right here, blue eyes meets this crazy Latin lover and they have this torrid two decade relationship and threw it all this alcoholism, extra amount of fares, prostitution, like I said, brutal arguments, Lucy was no saint either. Lucy came up tough and tumble too. I mean, she posed naked in some modeling shoots. She even turned tricks to make ends meet during the years she spent trying to make it in showbiz. That's not something you hear too often. You don't really hear about behind the scenes of the I love Lucy show how William Frawley who played Fred mercks was a fall down drunk. He was on his last leg. He wasn't and then he worked and they gave him the opportunity to work in this show and Desi Arnaz said to him I know you're a drinker so am I, I can drink you under the table anytime you want. The one we're working, it can't happen. If it happens once, I'll forgive you. If it happens twice, I'll take you aside and talk to you. If it happens three times, you're fired. And brawley kept it on the control. Lucy didn't like him, he didn't like her. Lucy didn't like Vivian Vance. Ethel march. Vivian Vance was a real hot shit singer actress dancer. And when she came up, she had blond hair and nice figure, but Lucy saw her, she didn't think she could play a neighbor that was supposed to be frontier than the pretty Lucille Ball and she said, this is not gonna work. Vivian was only two years older than her anyhow. But she said, you have blond hair like me, you can't play this part in Vivian van said Lucy, I can do my hair black. I'll do it tomorrow. She didn't have to do that. She got the job and eventually they got along together, but it's amazing this show got to be as popular and got to be as. Well, it just was, it broke, it was history making. There was a back in those days you could do so many so little times you could show any kind of sexuality in a show. You couldn't show a bedroom. You couldn't show a toilet bowl. You couldn't say the word pregnant. It was a different landscape television. But when Lucy and desi got together again, you know, she knew about his background, she knew what he was like, and she was 8 years older than him. He had every girl in Hollywood after him. And Lucy had done her thing, and she was still the kind of chick who was messing around with some stars. She had a lot of fun too. Lucy wasn't poly purebred Hollywood. But I remember during the show we did, they were married. They're America's sweethearts. And they start together in this hit show in the 19, I think it's not an 51. And this author we interviewed said he met them in the late 50s and they appeared together at a Lucy and desi day at the university of Miami and this guy was the student body president at the time and he drove them to the event and they're having this gigantic argument in front of him. And Lucy is calling Ricky. I mean, I'm Ricky. Lucy's calling desi every kind of derogatory Spanish term you can think of, including spic, she accused them of having sex with prostitutes the night before, right in front of this guy. And desi didn't deny it. He said, it doesn't mean a thing. I fool around with hookers. They don't count. Peccadillos don't count. This one on and on. This guy was shaken to the core. He never thought this would happen. The Lucy came from a rough and tough background. She was a teenager. She took acting lessons. She would have went further as a youngster, but she was overshadowed by another actress in her class, a future star named Bette Davis. That took some time, but then at the age of 14, Lucy starts dating this 23 year old guy named Johnny DeVita, some rough neck alcohol smuggler who used to beat the shit out of her. Then, like I said, she tried to make ends meet. She did some nude modeling and turned the occasional trick and would have to scrounge around to find food to survive. That's in her biography. But she got her first big break when she was cast in the stage review of the ziegfeld follies, but two days later, she was fired when the director said you got no tips and you can't dance. How's that? Can we still say that nowadays? Can't believe it. But then she decides I'm going to find my way up to the top anyhow. And she starts to date up. She dated Albert cubby broccoli who produced a James Bond film. She dated a mob associate named pat the Chico, who would later marry the fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt. She gets to Hollywood and she does 50 films. And she has affairs with Orson Welles, Henry found that Jimmy Stewart Washington wells had everybody. And
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"lucille" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"To being good at what she does for the jiggle fact that we get that. But what no one will tell you is that back in the day when he worked with Gillian and Howie long worked with her two, Terry Bradshaw liked to show dick pics to Gillian right before she went on air. Oh yeah, he thought it was funny to do that to a woman who was working with, you know, four or 5 X NFL dudes. I know it's not as bad as not telling the league you never got that for a virus with a 97% recovery rate or is it 98.5% recovery rate either way, but with that forced him to lose some of his sponsorship deals, what do you think? I wonder if the companies Terry Bradshaw is a spokesman for would mind. I wonder what Ford would think about those dick pics or tied or Nutrisystem or micro port orthopedics. How would they stand on their spokesman sending out Dick's picks dick pics to a female on air colleague? Not to mention what his wife and daughters think. I see his reality show he's got a bunch of daughters that a nice wife, what were they thinking about dad doing that? You think Terry would still command his $5 million salary or his $60,000 speaking engagement fees? I don't think so. I hate when the pot calls the kettle black. It's bullshit. Also, I saw this the other day and meant to talk about it. Los Angeles, my town. Will be home in January to a limited run immersive museum exploring the life and music and legacy of the late rapper Tupac Shakur. Kind of like what I just saw with my kids, the Vincent van Gogh immersive art exhibit, which was fantastic. The Shakur thing is in collaboration with his estate, which has reportedly been working on this for years, other North American cities are going to be added dates are going to be added and announced later. It's called Tupac Shakur. Wake me when I'm free. It takes its name from a passage on the album, the rose that grew from concrete volume one, which came out in 2000. And basically it's a story about race in America using Tupac as a proxy. And it's described as a fully immersive thought provoking experience that explores the life and legacy of the acclaimed artist and activist. It's also only for kids over 14 and it comes with a sensory warning get this due to strobe lightning effects simulated gunfire and sudden loud noises. You can't, of course, how did you have a Tupac exhibit and not have gunfire? This is a bad idea. Why do we need to see that? Why do we need to why do we need to be reminded of that again? Is that really do we need this? Look, you want to really comprehend this legend of a man. You got to be open minded and know that Tupac, because like I said, I knew him well. One of my first few podcasts I did was on Tupac and his murder. And how I feel about it, who I think did it, et cetera. And I knew him well enough to know some secrets about him and really this guy was trying to bring peace to the streets and end the violence, the east side west side dispute, you know, that's not what killed him. He was set up and the hit was put out by those who attempted to take his life a time before and put four rounds into him, but he managed to walk away that time. I was in the hospital. I went to see him with his mother and Mickey Rourke. When 96, they got what they wanted. They silenced Tupac for good. Many of you listened to my podcast. No, I loved him. I loved Tupac. I miss him. His whole thought provoking lyrics on social issues. There's no other rapper. Alive, dead, rich, broke. None of them have wrapped on so many topics that raised awareness for women. For women, how many rappers do that for addicts for youth education, gun violence, sexual assault, homelessness, police shootings, incarceration, greed, government corruption, economics, go look. Don't tell me who does what he did. Nobody. The guy was like a prophet. He really was. He was something else. And my feelings and opinion on Tupac makes me feel good to have lived when he lived and been around him when he was at the top of the hill. And it's very sad to think about him being murdered and justice never prevailing. That's just another type of murder. But I think this museum is a well deserved event to honor his legacy. And I'd probably go see it. I just don't think we need to have gunfire. I don't think that's what needs to be in this kind of setting, man. He stood for so much more than that. And now they're going to make it. I hope they don't make it cheesy. And shall the car, I don't know what they might do. There's a prudent film of rap stars. We don't need to see that kind of stuff. Hearing the bullets is too far in my opinion. There's a lot more you can do with Tupac with his lyrics and his friendships and the people he knew, like I've said before. If he were alive today, he would be the leader of Black Lives Matter and it would never have gone down the way it went down. With buildings being burned and people being hurt and killed and all this kind of shit, Tupac would not have stood for that. Tupac would have made it very peaceful and he motivated a big difference and it's a shame he's not around to see this because he would have whipped it into shape overnight. On a completely different topic, I heard a podcast and it reminded me of a shell we did a mysteries and scandals about Desi Arnaz. I didn't know much about Desi Arnaz when I got to LA to do the mysteries and scandals. I didn't know there'd be a scandal on him and they actually is a lot that his marriage to Lucille Ball and the fact that they that he wanted to own the negatives to the show that they would taping that no one wanted, which
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Tupac Shakur Museum Coming to L.A.
"Los Angeles, my town. Will be home in January to a limited run immersive museum exploring the life and music and legacy of the late rapper Tupac Shakur. Kind of like what I just saw with my kids, the Vincent van Gogh immersive art exhibit, which was fantastic. The Shakur thing is in collaboration with his estate, which has reportedly been working on this for years, other North American cities are going to be added dates are going to be added and announced later. It's called Tupac Shakur. Wake me when I'm free. It takes its name from a passage on the album, the rose that grew from concrete volume one, which came out in 2000. And basically it's a story about race in America using Tupac as a proxy. And it's described as a fully immersive thought provoking experience that explores the life and legacy of the acclaimed artist and activist. It's also only for kids over 14 and it comes with a sensory warning get this due to strobe lightning effects simulated gunfire and sudden loud noises. You can't, of course, how did you have a Tupac exhibit and not have gunfire? This is a bad idea. Why do we need to see that? Why do we need to why do we need to be reminded of that again? Is that really do we need this?
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"lucille" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Must have had nothing to do. Let me jump on this podcast with 10,000 listeners. Jesus Christ. Have you had this shit this one got me too? Dave Chappelle's appearance at his former high school in Washington, D.C. has been postponed now because the student body is threatened to walk out. Yeah, it's all about the trans bullshit. The Duke Ellington school of the arts in Georgetown. They step both the kids here are uncomfortable with Dave's remarks on transgender people in the Netflix special, the closer the fundraiser was supposed to be held in the 23rd of this month. Now they've moved it to April. Hopefully these kids will calm the fuck down. The monies raised would have gone toward a new theater named after Dave Chappelle and the university said, well, I did the school said, we recognize that not everyone will accept or welcome a particular artist point of view or product or craft, but reject the notion that a cancel culture is a healthier constructive means to teach our students how society should balance creative freedom with protesting the right and dignity of all its members. That's what the school said in a statement. And this walkout came about because students reportedly had what was described as a heated debate with the faculty over this exhibition honoring Chappelle that would be unveiled on the same day as the fundraiser. You know, look, I guess postponing it makes it look like it's a compromise because the school originally elected to cancel the fundraiser altogether, the assholes. You know, Chappelle has been very generous to this school over the years. He donated a $100,000 to the school. He gave it one of his Emmy Awards in 2017. He was also a commencement speaker there. He held a masterclass. He brought celebrity friends to the campus. I remember him showing it on, I think, 60 minutes or something. Or maybe he didn't let him in the show. My next guest on Netflix, the guy at the school means a lot to him and he's done a lot for the school and he's stupid idiot kids. Well, what if kids are going to learn to grow up? You know, I love when people have dead to write opinions on things. They have no idea about. You know, I actually hate the thought that my kids have to share a world with those kids. It's disgusting behavior from these students. Dave Chappelle doesn't hate transgender people. He chooses his words carefully. He just made jokes about the hypocrisies that they have. The same way he made fun of the cake cake cake. Hypocrisies. That's it. Just watch the specials. Watch his whole act. This loud minority of woke easily offended, I got a calm liberals that mostly left leaning Biden voters. They really are. They have no idea. How much did turning off the country? And red pilling many people who normally consider themselves liberal and now they see the part of a prefer has moved so far left. It's communism. It's a big giant wake-up call that should result and will result in a humiliating 2022 midterm defeat. And I'm sure a 2024 defeat, so I say keep it coming. You call me idiots. Privileged kids throw a temper tantrum to get what they want. Even when it's something to benefit them. This is the worst generation of people. One of the people going to realize kids don't run the institutions grown-ups do. Is some students don't want to attend? Nobody's forcing them to. Other students want to attend and they're being blocked by the vocal woke crowd. This has to stop. This is censorship by force. And this is occurring in a performing art school. Fucking wolf 2021, the bullshit flows more and more every day. You know, speaking of bullshit, I saw this the other day and I wanted to scream. Sunday, you know, the Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers got scolded by Terry Bradshaw on one of the football pre game shows. Bradshaw took a big dump on Aaron for intentionally misleading the public about his vaccination status. And he said, I want to give it a rod to some advice. And he said this from a temporary set at a military academy. He said, it would have been nice if he just come to the naval academy and learn how to be honest. Learn not to lie, because that's what you did, Aaron, you lied to everyone. And all Bradshaw's cohorts and Fox Sports joined in and criticizing Rogers who missed Sunday's game, recovering from COVID, following the NFL protocols. And the Fox Sports gang, you know, they were like the final firecracker in a week long condemnation of Aaron Rodgers, who's the reigning MVP. And I've had these discussions with people here and there, you know, look, man, he lied about it. He said that he was immunized and he didn't really mean that he got the vaccination. Nobody has to follow up. Question about what that means. I went through this before, but if you really think about the bigger picture, all these weeks he was around all these players in the shower in the meeting rooms in the huddle on the field, nobody else got COVID. No one got sick. So doesn't that say something about the fact that we're doing much better with this goddamn virus than we used to do and how maybe it's not so radically catching as people keep trying to tell us it is, there is like a bright side to this story, but boy, there's sports media establishment they spoke. They said Aaron Rodgers is gutless a selfish liar unworthy of defense or sympathy. He's a pariah now. Previous health dropped Aaron Rodgers as their spokesman. State Farm Insurance slashed its use of Aaron Rodgers in the national TV commercials after weeks of appearing in 25% of its commercials, not only appears in 1.5% of the insurance company's ads. So I figured as long as Terry Bradshaw is throwing stones, I'm sure he won't mind me throwing some, particularly a couple about him. Because back in the day, when he was on set with the Sunday NFL show, and he shared the stage with the shed to set with my good friend Jillian barbary, she was one of the not one of the first, but she was a very popular female on set the guys loved having her there. Downtown Julie Brown did it years back. It was always a breath of fresh air to see the sexy girl interview the sports players. It was the beginning of it really was the beginning of females on set. And Jillian obviously was there in addition
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Dave Chappelle Is Getting Cancelled at His Former High School
"Dave Chappelle's appearance at his former high school in Washington, D.C. has been postponed now because the student body is threatened to walk out. Yeah, it's all about the trans bullshit. The Duke Ellington school of the arts in Georgetown. They step both the kids here are uncomfortable with Dave's remarks on transgender people in the Netflix special, the closer the fundraiser was supposed to be held in the 23rd of this month. Now they've moved it to April. Hopefully these kids will calm the fuck down. The monies raised would have gone toward a new theater named after Dave Chappelle and the university said, well, I did the school said, we recognize that not everyone will accept or welcome a particular artist point of view or product or craft, but reject the notion that a cancel culture is a healthier constructive means to teach our students how society should balance creative freedom with protesting the right and dignity of all its members. That's what the school said in a statement. And this walkout came about because students reportedly had what was described as a heated debate with the faculty over this exhibition honoring Chappelle that would be unveiled on the same day as the fundraiser. You know, look, I guess postponing it makes it look like it's a compromise because the school originally elected to cancel the fundraiser altogether, the assholes. You know, Chappelle has been very generous to this school over the years. He donated a $100,000 to the school. He gave it one of his Emmy Awards in 2017. He was also a commencement speaker there. He held a masterclass. He brought celebrity friends to the campus. I remember him showing it on, I think, 60 minutes or something. Or maybe he didn't let him in the show. My next guest on Netflix, the guy at the school means a lot to him and he's done a lot for the school and he's stupid idiot kids. Well, what if kids are going to learn to grow
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"lucille" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"From workhouse connect and AJ benza. Fame. He liked to be walked on a leash and played really dirty kinky sex games. Is the guy put the cock in the peacock network, okay? Bitch. Hey everybody, AJ Benji here with fame as a bitch. This is your show for Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 and 23. It's the second of three freeze. It ain't free both Friday. We're gonna come up with a name from Wednesdays. I'll think about that, but free bull front is a good one. I'll come up with something from Wednesdays, but anyhow, a number of things I wanted to talk about today, I heard a couple of podcasts that were interesting. And I gotta tell you, I'm tuned in to Ari Lange podcast again. He had Bob Saget, then Gilbert Gottfried, and then he had Joey Diaz on yesterday, and the other day, and it's different. All these different. He's a good interviewer when he wants to be, but if I could be really critical and I don't mean critical in a bad sense, but honestly, if I could be honest, I've heard three of the shows and I still don't think Audie wants to be back. I think he thought he needs feedback. Doing the podcast is probably good for him and I'm glad it's good for my want, nothing but the best for Adi. But I can feel it in his voice. I don't think this is enough for him. He sounds like he misses his old life. Maybe not the drugs, but the old life, the hectic pace of working a lot. Going to comedy clubs every night, every weekend, taking planes here and there. You know, working on the HBO show crashing, but unfortunately, the schedule he was keeping kept him near something that was killing him and that's the drug culture. So I give him a lot of credit for stepping away from all that and having to step away from it after getting in big, big trouble. But, you know, the fact that he's back now, it's weird. He's back with his buddy, Mike Bo Shetty, the weird comedian that audience likes to rag on. They have a good rapport. They're very funny. When I already had his talk show on the audience network, it was so funny, all he had a different way about him, I don't know, I just, I'm not getting the same thing from audio when he talks to people. Everybody that's on the show tends to talk to him about how much they're glad he's back. And he thanks everybody. Those words mean a lot to them, but I'm not sure how I'm often we need to hear that. You know, I don't think he wants to hear it every time he talks to a guest. I mean, how many times can you hear? Hey man, stay healthy. I'm glad you're back. We need you. It's meant well, but it doesn't, it doesn't become good podcasting. I don't know. I always listen to his show because I'm cheering him on and root for him, but something's missing. And I'm not sure this latest attempt that his podcasting is going to is going to be a long haul. I just, it's not what I feel. And I'm sad to say that because I don't like the world without already laying. So maybe things will change and I'll change my opinion. But speaking of podcasts, Daniel Baldwin, not the Baldwin you'd want to speak up for you if you're Alec 'cause Daniel has had to try his problems in the past. He's like the black sheep of the ball and family. Daniel Baldwin was on a podcast the other day and was saying out loud how he thinks his brother Alec is being scapegoated because of his political views when really everybody about that everything about that rust shooting should be focused on the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and this is the way Daniel thinks we should be thinking. We shouldn't be thinking about his politics. We should instead be thinking about the wonderful things he's done and also how wonderful his wife is and whatever the fuck. I mean, I guess he has a point, I haven't thought much about anything else about Alec Baldwin since he shot and killed the cinematographer halyna Hutchins. I don't know. The way Daniel sees it, the way he explained it on this podcast. Alex is being scapegoated because he's the big star with outspoken political views and that makes him an easy target. He went on to say that, you know, Alex got the name, though, doesn't he? So let's go ahead and take Alec for his political views and the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and let's see if we can sensationalize this and go after Alec. I'm not sure that's what's being done. I think we'd be up in arms if anybody killed a cinematographer on set under the same circumstances. I think we feel the same way of George Clooney did it or somebody like Bruce Willis, so many on the right. I don't think this is about politics. And he added that this is what my brother faces because he's opinionated and he's strong headed. And he has really staunch views on certain things and those people don't like him. We'll take advantage of him and persecute his wife. He's a target. His wife makes herself a target. She's an asshole. She's a tone deaf asshole. And he's right behind her lately. What he's done in the aftermath of this murder. I shouldn't say murder. In the aftermath of the shooting, Daniel doesn't go into his brother's political views, but we all know Alex doesn't get along with Donald Trump's Donald Trump's views and imitated Trump on SNL. And we know he endorsed Barack Obama and all his best friends are on the left. We know that, but here's the thing, Daniel, your brother's not in trouble for his political views. He's in trouble because he killed someone. He killed someone when that sort of thing should never have happened. He killed someone with a gun and also indirectly as a cost cutting producer. So kind of in two different ways this woman died. If you get my drift. Is it drift or just? Either way, if you get what I'm saying, I think it's both. My drift and my chest. It's kind of both. Either way, the English language is so fucking crazy. How do you come here from another country and get the difference between what I say? No. Drift and gist. You can't really explain that to someone else from another country. I don't think. Anyhow, look, I get wanting to defend the family, but this whole thing is a shit show. Everybody involved is sharing the blame and the weight is shifting between all the different people on the set. People are trying to ask who's more responsible. And yeah, a lot of people will tell you, Alec calls the most blame because he's the one who pointed the gun and pulled the trigger that killed somebody working on a movie he produced, but for the most part, it doesn't seem Alec is getting all the blame. And there's plenty of blame to go around. But the one thing Dan wants to get is his brother is not the victim here. Alec Baldwin is wearing it because he's the most famous face in the movie. And he was the one who fired the gun. It's not because your liberal or whatever, you know, I'm just sick of all white guys thinking that facing consequences for something they're responsible for is somehow political. And the result of partisans out to get them. No, sometimes you gotta just eat shit because you did something wrong. I don't care who you voted for. Alec Baldwin, he did something wrong. He's got a face to music. And by the way, lost in all this is that Daniel Baldwin did a podcast for a guy with less than 10,000 listeners. I mean, I forget the name of it.
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Daniel Baldwin Protects His Brother Alec
"Daniel Baldwin, not the Baldwin you'd want to speak up for you if you're Alec 'cause Daniel has had to try his problems in the past. He's like the black sheep of the ball and family. Daniel Baldwin was on a podcast the other day and was saying out loud how he thinks his brother Alec is being scapegoated because of his political views when really everybody about that everything about that rust shooting should be focused on the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and this is the way Daniel thinks we should be thinking. We shouldn't be thinking about his politics. We should instead be thinking about the wonderful things he's done and also how wonderful his wife is and whatever the fuck. I mean, I guess he has a point, I haven't thought much about anything else about Alec Baldwin since he shot and killed the cinematographer halyna Hutchins. I don't know. The way Daniel sees it, the way he explained it on this podcast. Alex is being scapegoated because he's the big star with outspoken political views and that makes him an easy target. He went on to say that, you know, Alex got the name, though, doesn't he? So let's go ahead and take Alec for his political views and the many, many wonderful things he's done for different charities and people and his wife and let's see if we can sensationalize this and go after Alec. I'm not sure that's what's being done. I think we'd be up in arms if anybody killed a cinematographer on set under the same circumstances. I think we feel the same way of George Clooney did it or somebody like Bruce Willis, so many on the right. I don't think this is about politics.
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"lucille" Discussed on Journey of Ruth
"Now in this week's episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Lucille Williams. Lucille is a speaker, author, the wife of a children's pastor and a very proud mom. Lucille's new book, the impossible kid, parenting a strong willed child with love and grace, was written alongside her daughter, Monica. She's here today to share her experience as a parent. The bad, the good. And the brutally honest. And I believe there is a lot to be gleaned from her stories that she shares. So enjoy and I dare you not to laugh. I am here with Lucille Williams. Thank you so much for joining me on the journey with.
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"lucille" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon
"At the table featuring guest players from the magnus archives. I remember being in the water and that was awful. And now i'm not in the water and that's much better wouldn't overcoats. I am a snowman. I have one job and that is to stand in place. I was doing that very well. She might come back nine times more powerful with lots of food and keepers. We fix space junk on the surface. He might have different. But you'll very very similar inside. And i can vouch for that and more what i am about to tell you stays in this room guy. Don't know where there's like. Secret plans meet and smoothie dogs. Did you say ducks. Did you say ducks. Did you say doc you can find realms of peril and glory wherever you listen to podcasts. We're gonna have a good laugh. Then we're gonna possibly cry and then we'll we'll grab dinner. Just come more things before. I let you go and we get back to the episode We're part of the nerd smith network. We really enjoy being a part of they have lots of great podcast and streams. Please check them all out at nerd. Smith dot org. Our next episode is on september. First and i bet it'll be the finale for this for for arrested development and then we're gonna have a an episode called role play. Rehash where we'll kind of do a retrospective of the series talk about how it stacks up against the original version of what we're trying to read kind we'll talk. I'll talk a little more about that next episode. Because i have a bit of a call to action for you but we won't get in that right now i'll see you then. Okay bye lucille. Back in her apartment. She's in a good mood. She's just left the courthouse where buster was found. Not guilty of the animal cruelty charges that were brought against him for stabbing a seal in the throat. Because as the judge said quote that seal had it common palm buster having been freshly acquitted of seal slaughter is back at the not quite penthouse apartment of lucille and it's lucille and buster. They're sending over in the corner by the piano because that was one of the things that lucille was not going to give away when she downsized her balboa tower apartment she's convinced buster to play some play. Some music on the piano using some of the lessons of you know that thirty years of community college courses. He's taken over and he's he's playing away and Lucille is leaning up against itar. I mean guitar the piano and what the piano but it. Sideways guitar Buster you just you just play guitar so got so well you. It's magic that you can make a whole piano sound like a completely different instrument. It's just brilliant. Don't knows what i'm doing. But i i think you i really appreciate the compliment..
AP News Radio
The Unanswered 'Jeopardy!' Question: Who's the New Host?
"The search for a new jeopardy host continues who are Anderson Cooper my M. B. L. A. N. can Jennings that would be the correct question to the answer who are just some of the people who have addition to replace the late Alex Trebek and it does not even count robin Roberts levar Burton and Dr Sanjay Gupta who have yet to do their own air test to replace Trebek who died in November of twenty twenty it's a far cry from nineteen eighty four when jeopardy last needed to host comedian Lucille Ball then told creator Merv Griffin to picture back who is doing high rollers at the time it's expected a decision will be made before the new season begins taping later this summer I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Who Invited Her?
"lucille" Discussed on Who Invited Her?
"She always like i like she looks exactly like her and she has a physical comedy. That lucille ball did so. That's i was like. I don't know what this nicole. Kid- did debra messing audition. I don't know that would be interesting to know if she did. I'm sure that she was thinking about it or i wonder why. They chose nicole kidman. That's my question. i don't know. I don't know what it would be kind of a funny movie is an updated movies. Like how. I don't know just like they're they're having to deal with modern-day cheap back then that the black and white but they're dealing with problems from thousand mixed exactly i kinda want to that. I think we're kind of getting into that with the whole one division fifties a study. It does ashley. After the horrible year we had last year anything that brings some kind of joy and like remond that kind of feeling of wholesomeness fields. Now in a way. I would not want to live in the fifties. I'm not saying evan. The fifties but something that feels coming gloom. And that's what i liked about one division and reminded of these tv shows. We grew up with that we would escape to to kind of get out of our everyday life but they still talked about stuff that was going on and it was so i'm okay i started. I started younger and they complete under skipped completely skipped over that covert happened like in that world. That looks like as this is kind of interesting. I kind of like seeing a world where cova denver. I don't know i feel no was bash. She i think shows can treat. Covid especially comedy shows way that would be somewhat. Yeah and i've seen a lot of that. But i've actually not seen a show that has just just pretended it never happened. It was really ho- twenty and cova doesn't exist. Yeah well it's twenty twenty one and covert never kept all year. I get out of here. Oh god so you would you guys pay to see a one woman show in the london's west end that is all about elissa edwards. Why are you doing one. No no but quit season opening one woman show the west end.
Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News
Jessica Walter, 'Arrested Development' and 'Archer' star, dies at 80
"Emmy winning actress Jessica Walter. Perhaps best known for her role is Lucille Bluth, in Arrested Development, has died at the age of 80. The actress was introduced to a new generation of fans for her Emmy nominated portrayal of the Boozy Bluth and Matriarch Lucille, of course in Fox is arrested development. And I didn't realize this until I heard her voice. She voiced Malory Archer in the show Marcher. She did not know that I'll be in the hospital bar. Uhh! You know, there isn't a hospital bar. Mother thistles. Why people hate
Pop Culture Happy Hour
Jessica Walter, star of 'Arrested Development' and 'Archer,' dies at 80
"This is far from what is making anyone happy this week but i did want to say a few words about the wonderful actor jessica. Walter shows died wednesday at the age of eighty and so much of the attention. She's gotten in. Recent years was for her work as lucille bluetooth on arrested development. She also did amazing. Voice work as mallory archer on archer which was kind of amped up lucille booth kind of turning her into somebody even sharper and meaner but really lucille. Blue was jessica walter's masterwork. He's beautiful boy they don't appreciate is his glasses. They make him look like a lizard. Plus he's self conscious. Gee i wonder why if that's a veiled criticism about me. I won't hear it. And i won't respond to it in both roles. She's just indispensable she so cutting and funny distinct and you know both arrested development and archer of stuck around in unexpected ways can get rebooted or coming back for limited runs that way were nothing with a cult following a really has to end. But this is kind of how you know that they actually do. Have to end because without jessica walter. What are those shows. She was so central and so essential. She had an incredible career. Know it's lazy to fall back on. Imdb when you're summarizing a career but her mdp page is basically the modern history of television. She has a hundred and sixty one credits. Spanning roughly sixty
Jessica Walter, 'Arrested Development' and 'Archer' Star, Dies at 80
"Today. Actress Jessica Walter, known for her roles on shows like Arrested Development and a voice on the animated Syriza Archer has passed away. Arrested Development's matriarch, actress Jessica Walter, passed away in her sleep in her home in New York City. She was 80 years old Honey, I want to cry so bad. I don't think I can spare the moisture. Walter is best known for her role as Michael Bleus Mom, Lucille on the series, as well as Malory Archer on the animated series. Archer. Her 50 year career included several Emmy nominations, including Her role is Lucille in Trapper John M. D. And Streets of San Francisco. And film Walters Shine in Clint Eastwood's directorial debut, play Misty for Me, and she wanted Emmy for the mid seventies Police drama. Amy Prentiss, Michelle Pelino Fox News. His radio
Colleen and Bradley
Jessica Walter, Emmy-winning star of 'Arrested Development,' dies at 80
"Actress Jessica Walter, who starred as Lucille Bluth and arrested development, among other things, has passed away at the age of 80. Her decades spanned five careers. She passed away in her sleep at her home in New York City last night, and it for her performances Lucille Bluth and Arrested Arrested Development. Walter earned an Emmy nomination and to SAG nomination. She was also very active in the Screen Actors Guild. During her career. So many appearances by Jessica Walter, legendary actor and so
NPR News Now
Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Now Facing 12 Sexual Assault Allegations
"Houston texans quarterback deshaun watson of sexual assault houston public media's lucille vasquez reports at seven lawsuits have been filed by houston lawyer. Tony busby with more expected to emerge in the coming days. Watson is accused of exposing himself to the seven female massage therapists on several occasions throughout twenty twenty. The lawsuits also accuse watson of inappropriate touching nonconsensual kissing and in one case forcing one woman to perform oral sex. The women are being represented by houston. Lawyer tony busby. Who says his law firm is currently in talks with over twenty women this case is about female empowerment taking the power back and they bring these cases for one reason. Only stopping further misconduct from this. Defendant the news comes as the. Nfl begins an internal investigation into the allegations against watson i'm lou voss
BBC World Service
House passes bills with path to citizenship for "Dreamers" and farmworkers
"Bills to provide legal status for millions of undocumented migrants. One bill offers a citizenship pathway for undocumented young people known as dreamers who were brought to the U. S. As Children. The bill's co sponsor, Democratic congresswoman Lucille Roybal, Allard said supporting the legislation was the honorable thing today. Protecting our dreamers and providing them with a path to citizenship is not a partisan issue. It is an issue about who we are as Americans and what is in the best interest of our country. Passing the Dream and Promise Act. We will live up to our American values of fairness, justice and compassion. And these incredible young dreamers, like generations of immigrants before them can continue to play their vital role in the well being of our nation. The legislation now goes to the Senate, where it's unlikely to pass easily. Philippine President Rodrigo deter say
Under the Influence
Becoming Part Of A Shoppable Life
"Today. I'm signing up to be a reward style and fluid sir. When i talked to amber she told me how to do it and it sounded pretty easy. Pretty painless you would go to reward. Style dot com or influence or page in apply and team is actually looking for certain things. We've got those applications. And then we make investments and influencers that we think are investable so go to www dot reward. Style dot com. Everyone on this page is so good looking. I'm not as good looking. Apply now bone. Tell us about you first name. This is way easier been harvard region. I live in philadelphia. But i have a lot of friends in new york and la which seems a lot sexier not release. Not sexy love. Felli best city in america please provide all the channels. We post content to regularly. I don't know what has these are. what's clerk. What's billy billy. Now i don't even i can't even think about tiktok username. Joa piazza right. These questions are optional. But can help increase. Your chances of being approved cleese. Identify one of the categories. You need help with monetize. i wanna monetize myself. How much time do you plan to dedicate to create and monetize content as little as possible. That's not true. I'm going to tell them fulltime. You'd think they'd ask you more. You think they'd want to know a little bit more about me. Like do you like to take long walks on the beach. i'm virgo. I enjoy pasta. But i've been doing a kito diet recently right bam until we got rewards style application. Submit it now. I just have to wait. And see if i get accepted while i wait. I want to figure out what a shop of a life means. So i called. Emily hunt from pentagon shop will. Life is a term that i came up with with my colleague lee mcguigan. We are looking for a way to sort of encapsulate. What was going on on instagram. With monetize saying their lifestyles so shop ability as this idea that any place piece of content experience could be a potential site of commerce. So when i wake up in the morning in my brooklyn and sheets and make my way to the bathroom. Use my billy razor to shave the bottom half of my legs and then put my everyday oil on my face to get. That just got screwed. Glowing. what yes. Hi genuinely loved these brands. This is not an ad. These people are not paying me yet. But if we're award style of proves me. These could all be potential sponsors of instagram side hustle. But the thing about being shop -able when you start documenting and broadcasting your entire life on instagram. The opportunities for product placement feel and less is all has the potential to get real overwhelming real fast. A lot of the mom influencers. I've talked to say they have moments where it's hard to separate their real life from their brand friendly instagram life. But only i was learning that everything i saw was content. That changed the way. I did everything. I was thinking betting. Because it was what i liked and also. Does anyone else have anything like this. How is this going to graphs. Can i leak to lose and get an affiliate of it. That's natalie eleven again. We talked the last episode. She was one of the early mom influencing celebrities. The creator of the. Hey natalie gene instagram account and that blurry boundary between life and business that she describes that was so disorienting to her that she eventually quit this crazy world. But we'll get to that later episode for now back to emily hunt your participation in commercial lights is no longer limited to actually going to a store shopping as something that could potentially happen anywhere. This is sort of been growing sort of creeping up on us long time. We've talked about the history of influencing already. We talked about lucille ball revolutionizing mom influencing on tv. But there've been other versions of the shop -able life to especially if you were a kid in the eighties and your parents watch. Tv late at night. You're going to recognize a lot of these. You know we kind of talk about like older forums like if you think about like an infomercial. The following is a great advertisement for the express. Ready set go brought. That was like an early attempt to make watching television a shopping experience so the shop will life on instagram. It's just this idea that we're presenting our lifestyles in images and in instagram stories. And that they can be merchandised. Monetize pretty seamlessly the merchandising and monetization of instagram and instagram's stories is the idea that you can buy another person's entire life with just one click. It's amazing watch. How it's as easy as putting in your fingerprint. And within a matter of seconds you can go looking at this picture of someone's life to owning a piece of that life. I don't pretend to be exempt from this either. I recently bought a rug for my bedroom. And i think that's part of the appeal of more generally is they make life easier for their followers.
Russell & Hunter
Europe's Oldest Person Survives COVID-19 Just Before 117th Birthday
"Validates details of people that claim to be over 110 years old. So there's a group that if you say you're 110 years old, they're going to come out and I don't know what they're going to do to try to find a carbon dating. I don't know. I really don't know how that works, but they have listed a French woman. Lucille Rand in Sister Andres birth name, So she's a She's a nun. Hmm. As the second oldest known living person in the entire world, she's looking forward to celebrating toe tomorrow. Her 117th birthday. No way. 117 years old madness. Yeah. She just was diagnosed with covert 19. She was hospitalized and she has survived. Ofit 19 at 116 years old. That's amazing. 116 years old. I couldn't I couldn't survive a sniffle at 116 years old. She took on Covad straight, looked it straight in the eye. The doctors said that she was absolutely fearless. It said she just took it straight on, never had a fear never had a doubt. She knew she was going to do it. She was released from the hospital yesterday. That is cool stuff. That is cool because it goes to show you the perseverance of the mind if you want it to
This Morning with Gordon Deal
World's 2nd-oldest person fends off COVID ahead of her 117th birthday
"Who is Europe's oldest person has survived covert 19 just days before her 117th birthday. Lucille Randon, who took the name of Sister Andre in 1944 tested positive for growing a virus on January 16th but did not develop any symptoms said to turn 117 Tomorrow. Lucille is also the second oldest person in the world. That's
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Europe's oldest person, a 116-year-old French nun, survives Covid-19
"Finally assist sister. Andre on a religious sister and france will turn one hundred and seventeen years old this week after surviving covid nineteen last month born lucille rundown on february eleventh. Nineteen o four. She converted to catholicism at the age of nineteen after serving young children and the elderly at a french hospital. She joined the daughters of charity. Founded by saint vincent depaul at the age of forty according to the gerontology research group which validates details of people believed to be one hundred ten or older sister. Andre is a second no living person in the world. The oldest person is japan's came to dhaka who turned eighteen on january. The
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Europe's oldest person survives Covid just before 117th birthday
"Europe's oldest person. Frenchman called sister. Andre the survived covid nineteen to celebrate her one hundred seventeenth birthday this week. Lucille rondo took the name of sister andrei when she joined a catholic charitable order in one thousand nine hundred forty four tested positive for coronavirus in retirement in two long in south france was isolated from other residents but displayed new symptoms.
How Desi Invented Television
"Does he says was born in santiago cuba rich powerful family. He loves to joke about it on old talk shows here. He is on the tonight show with johnny carson. My father was the mayor of my hometown. My uncle was chief of police. We had that town prewar really. My great grandfather was appointed mayor of my hometown by queen. Isabella way gone. I'm sure is that always makes you laugh. But there was a revolution not the castro one the one before that and the arneses fled to miami. Miami in the thirties is growing hugely and a young desi tries his hand at theatre and music and movies. Eventually he becomes a popular bandleader as well. This is the preview of a new ban. And we're confident that in a very short time you'll be hearing a lot more about desi arnez and his orchestra not just hearing about them dancing to them. Desi arnez started the craze of the congo line. Boop boop boop of robert. This is a scene from the movie called. Too many girls in the ad for it literally goes to many girls film on the arcadio sound lot in nineteen forty and in this same a young gorgeous desi arnez is leading a line of dancers to the congo. Now robert i do not wanna overestimate how crazy nuts. This scene is. It looks like i dunno. Imagine a halftime super bowl. Dance number with congas fire jugglers trapeze artists studying. There's no such thing as too many congolese. now now. this is just the movie version. In our memoir. He talks about how he would be playing a gig and how a conga line with breakout out and go through eight or nine different clubs in south beach with a line stretching for blocks and blocks the movie too. Many girls is notable for another fact. A co starred this up and coming red-headed comedian lucille ball. Desi by the way didn't get the girl in the picture he's as the eye candy. Lucy ends up with somebody else but on the set of the movie but two of them hooked up fell in love and would eventually marry. They set their sights on a way to spend more time together. That's two people in love. Did they wanted to do. And this was pretty new at the time a television show. Now i wanna take a moment to tell you what. Tv was like before. I love lucy. It was pretty close to people being just a cardboard box with a cutout they do little plays facing one camera and at the time most television shows were live and broadcasts from new york so tv was sort of like radio but with pictures and just as ephemeral they had this technology called kinase co which was a way of sort of recording a video screen and it looked terrible. Grainy and most importantly it didn't last they used to record the shows alive in new york and then replay them via kim scope three hours later in california could barely see it on tiny. Tv sets and then it would disappear but doesn't really wanted to capture the magic from the movies they had done. They wanted to make tv shows as good as a hollywood movie and they didn't wanna move to new york but i they had to convince the t. v. executives. This is not going to surprise you but there were no interracial couples on tv. In the nineteen fifties. Lucille ball had a popular radio. Show with a white actor playing her husband and as deputy tells it the tv execs. Were like wait. A minute why you do a tv show with lucy and that guy. The husband and the radio show was richer then was a tall blonde brew. I vice president of a bank or sometimes you'll be able to get away with that part you know. Say who the hell is going to believe this Baba loo pharaohs. yeah cheap. it american girl you know. Yeah he ain't. Bob lou fellow and she certainly is not a typical american girl so dizzying lucy decide. Hey let's go out and prove it. So they went on tour across the united states remembered as e is a bandleader. And so at the end of the shows lucy would come out and do little skits dot com now in this famous scene. Lucie is dressed as a showgirl and she's singing so every time she goes boom sticky. Boom she swivels her hips and every time she does disease hat falls off. I laugh every single time and across the country people love the real crazy chemistry between two of them proves to the television executives and the network sponsors that yes
WBZ Morning News
Lucille Ball's daughter, Lucie Arnaz, speaks out on Nicole Kidman movie casting
"Some hate for I love Lucy, A daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi are Nez is trying to calm folks worked up about casting for the upcoming film being the Ricardos. Many are upset over the choices of Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem in the starring roles, But Lucy Arness says she's okay with everything going on with being the Ricardos. So take that.
"lucille" Discussed on WTVN
"To safely and efficiently get patients from the check in to get their vaccine. Columbus Public Health is also holding vaccine clinics at the state Fair Grounds for Group one, eh, but health experts say expect only a couple of vaccination sites, but factors like the storage of the vaccine become critical and make it difficult to have just the multitude of small sites. Because, especially with the visor vaccine that has to be stored in ultra cold temperatures from now. Until Friday, crews will be working to get the Schottenstein up and running once it is, Haley says the site will allow them to vaccinate on a great scale while still following safety protocol ABC Sixes Alexis Meow burger reporting there, she says the soft launch on Friday at the shot will start with around 500 vaccinations. I will go to Ohio and over the age of 80 and older who do not live in a nursing home, But everyone will have to have an appointment to get the shot moving forward. Yesterday, the latest cove in 19 vaccination numbers for the Buckeye State show just over 305,000 Ohioans have so far started to receive their shots, roughly 2.6% of the state's population. People between the ages of 55 59 have received the most doses more than any other age group Abbott Labs. Meanwhile, he's releasing their rapid covert tests to schools and workplaces around the country. It'll be available to those places that need frequent testing. Their $5 nasal swab produces results in about 15 minutes. An 18 year old was shot and critically injured. It happened around 1 30 this morning in the 1800 block of Von Street. Police say witnesses saw the 17 year old suspect running away from the scene. They report his identity is known to police. But anyone with any information about the shooting is asked to call the Columbus Police Department. And to Hollywood stars are circling. Aaron Sorkin's film on Lucille Ball and Desi are Nez Co. Kidman and Happy are barred. Damn, are the top contenders to star in Aaron Sorkin's Being the Ricardos. The film of other relationship between I Love Lucy stars Lucille Ball and Desi earn as Sorkin will also direct the film from Amazon. The film is set during one production week of their comedy show, when Lucy and Desi face a crisis that could end their careers and another that could end their marriage. Lucie, Arnaz and Daisy are nice junior executive producers. Deal's still need to close for both actors and when production will start is still up in the air due to the cove in 19 crisis. Michelle Pelino Fox News. I'm Alison Wyatt Stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed, and as news breaks, we'll.