40 Burst results for "Lucille"
Fresh update on "lucille" discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"I can think of thought my head and he just. They won't let him do bad guy roles anymore who won't be named stats only good because that movie. So fucking over the top but dude. He's he's legitimately good at being a bad guy that he's good at. He's being weirdo in these movies. These movies man. I loved vincent to so much that whole movies. Great michelman right. The did claro that such a good movie but point is liam neeson is gonna come back into more action movies songs. And he said he'll do a few more action movies. i loved. I loved to see him get tied into one of the bigger. You know we talked about. John wake but also like i just. I want to see him involved in something. That's not like the janitor. The the genoa who you may not like just like garbage. Yeah let's do something with like rewatch ability something fun mission impossible. I don't know again. We only like two faction franchises. I can think of off the top of my head right now. Been like like you wanna watch a movie night. It's like yo bro. Have you seen the commuter to movie movie slacks or check it out. Yo okay so nine minutes into the movie gets on the train and then he stays on that for about forty five minutes. He gets off and takes the train back. Meet your leasing. The commuter cold pursuit schindler's list all three bangers the commuter video game where you're your entire thing is just commuting and catch. thank you nicole. Kidman going to possibly play lucille ball. In the The aaron sorkin lucille. Ball bio pic. Different kind different for nicole kidman. That seems like a thing that sorkin will be fired up about. Oh yeah no pupils right now writing that it'd be very apparently very dialogue. Heavy very similar to steve jobs. Where sort of course. Just a couple of days and a couple of production days. I like that. I think it's a cool concept. It worked for jobs. Some people hated it though. Some people were like. That's a boring ass movie. I love sorkin. So i think we all enjoyed it to an extent but yeah i think it's an interesting. I think that clearly is is a is a way that works for him. And i think we liked that movie. I liked chicago. Seven to one of the better moves the year for sure but i didn't quite like inasmuch as his best work and i think this suits a little more to what i wanna see from him so i like the idea. I think that i think the subject matter i think lucille ball is a fascinating person From the standpoint of the you know her place an entertainment and That's more interesting to me. I i guess. Aaron sorkin take on that i guess coming from is like i like i like when guys like aaron sorkin get really dorky and fire up shit. They grew up with. 'cause i understand it like i get hyped up by the eighties and the nineties and i can only imagine that feeling multiplies. When you're sixty five and you wanna make a movie about the stuff you watch growing up or what not and so like. I think like that perspective on it. That's a lot more interested me for than like. He's kind of revision on historical events. Like the movie you saw. Which we we talk about. I don't know how much of a revision but the court scene was You know all that stuff is like played up But this one actually interests me actually..
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.
Fresh update on "lucille" discussed on Donna and Steve
"Know you're watching Nicole Kidman. Sure I get that, so I think that's what he means by distracting, but a lot of people had wanted Debra Messing to play Lucille Ball. It's an upcoming bio pic about her relationship with Daisy are nez. Um Debra Messing will not be playing. This is a done deal with Nicole Kidman and their daughter, Lucille Ball does he earn as his daughter Lucy are Nez? Um, says Nicole Kidman has the part. And Lucy would like you to know that you are going to love it. We do have a clip of her talking about There seems to be a lot of discussion about Nicole Kidman. It should be Debra Messing. It should be Carol Cook. I don't know. Here's the deal. We are not doing a remake of I Love Lucy. Or any of the silly things. It's the story of Lucille Ball, My actual mother, not Lucy Ricardo and her husband as your nets. My dad not Ricky Ricardo. There will be humor in the film, but it is a story of the two of them and how they met. And what went rights with finding the show. What went wrong? Their relationship their love affair. Very little of the show is actually I love Lucy type stuff. I don't think you will be disappointed with that. However, I'm very interested in seeing this. I would be too I don't know. Where are we going to see this? Do you know Don? I do not know? Okay? I don't know. I think that gosh, you is the The production company involved and then the director is Steven Soderbergh. Oh, yes. So so hopefully this will be available in our living rooms. That's what I'm hoping, although, by the time it comes out, maybe it'll be a big screen movie that we want to see like, Let's say this upcoming False last winter during the right Oscar push at the end of the year. I like that, too. I mean, I think this is long overdue. I'm surprised that this hasn't been done. You know, it's It's kind of funny when some of these movies come through, you think Oh, good idea, and it's like How long's this been kicking around? Right? There's no one had this idea. Has it been pitch before? But in various iterations, where studios for whatever reason said now will pass, right? Who knows? What'll be fun to see? I concur on when we come back in. Looks like It's the end of the road for Kim and Kanye. Um do you think it's real? I Diogo Ay, Dios. Um we'll tell you what we know about their pending divorce when we come right back. And if you see something, say something on my talk one of 71 Another lorry and Julia moment. You know what? Both my sister and I got for Christmas. And that's what be the fair A gun. It's a pressure point thing, and it has different tips. If you're talking, you know, it's.
Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem in Talks to Play Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in Aaron Sorkin-Directed Film
"You've got split into. That's as close as i will ever get to desi arnez voice because it has been announced that aaron sorkin is making a lucille ball and desi arnez bio pic starring. Nicole kidman and javier bardem. I guess this is amazing but also it seems kind of terrible as as ideas go. What was your reaction to this news. My first reaction is. I'm just glad that nicole kidman and gets to have a little bit of just the tiniest bit of fine. Did you ever happened to catch the prom. Was the ryan murphy. Film version of a broadway musical speaking of things. We'll be discussing later on this podcast. I sure did. And i was not a fan nor was i. The only thing that i could say is like when they let nicole kidman do something which was very rare in this. She seemed to be having the time of her life and she was like. I don't have to have a breakdown. Like on a courtroom stand and talk about like really grim things while being filmed for once. And i'm flying free and so you know i assume this. Is i think this project in one form or another. I think errands has been trying to do this for a while. If you google. They're kind of like mentions of this project. Bopping around and i think it's about their marriage and working relationship presumably their ups and downs in it. Because it's a marriage. So i don't think it'll all be sunshine and roses for her but at least you'll get to do comedy. Yeah i think that's right on the one hand. We have seen her do comedy a few times in the past perhaps most notoriously in bewitched your icon nora ephron i kind of interesting but kind of bungled but kind of notable movie. What were you gonna say not. Everything works in not everything works. I'll say next week we're going to talk about one division. And i think the bewitched conversation and the idea of using bewitched as a satirical vehicle into another story is new again so as usual ephron ahead of the curve there nevertheless nicole kidman i. Is she gifted comic actress. I don't know maybe she doesn't have to be for this obviously lucille ball. Desi arnez their story as showbiz. Pioneers is not just a comic story. There's there's a lot of high drama that's place there. The other thing. I thought of when i read this news was that one of aaron sorkin non adapted works to to screen is something called the farnsworth invention which is about essentially the creation of the tv by filo farnsworth and we know that the origins of television and the origins of entertainment are quite important. Taryn sorkin and to the kinds of stories. He's he's often telling stories about people at the forefront of a new life changing kind of technology or culture. We've seen it with steve jobs. We've seen it with moneyball. We've seen it with the social network. He loves to find pioneers and tell their stories. And there's no doubt that. And lucy were major pioneers and tv. So you know. Of course we're going to watch it and devote six to twelve episodes about this on our show. And i'm sure it'll be good slash not good.
Fresh update on "lucille" discussed on Sarah and Vinnie
"E don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you're looking for a ransom I could tell you. I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long career skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my daughter go now that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you. I will not pursue you. But if you don't I will look for you. I will find you. And I will kill you. Okay, Just let her go. Excuse you act out is all set. Now. It's all good. You, uh, you want to hear that with a fart at the end? I mean, that's what that's you know, I actually do want to hear that with a part of the end. Now, that would be then I'd be be hilarious. So the deal is, he said to you, By the way, of course, is all right. Uh, He could star and remake of the Naked Gun. There's nothing in the works right now. But, um Seth McFarland, who's the family guy creator and has done a ton of stuff. Including a bunch of Show tunes. The albums Um Seth part McFarland approached, knew Liam Neeson and said. I'm thinking about doing this you want in? Liam said it could either finish my career will bring it in another direction. I honestly don't know. And I will kill you, too. Liam has already worked with Seth. A bunch of times like they really dig each other. They did the movie a million ways to die in the West, which I think is also Charlize Theron, and it's I love that movie's totally stupid funny. Forgettable. Uh, Ted, too. He's been on family guy and the Orville which isn't the Orville. The spaceship show where it's kind of like a star. Tricky kind of thing. Um, so there you go. They're talking about doing it. Weirdly. I don't watch anything. McFarland does even though I think he's pretty talented and funny, but I don't see. I don't really watch family guy, right. Well, you know, I can't watch that in front of your kids for sure. No, my kids. We're reviewing movies You mentioned either. Uh, you don't see Ted and Ted, too. Oh, I said no, not Ted, too. I saw Ted one. Yes, You're right. I actually don't know if I did see Ted to my definitely not had one Is that what is that on the floor? Is that Yeah. Is that from a hooker? Er Oh, good times, But we didn't watch Ted, too. So what does that say? Right? Well, that we've had enough time. You know, you know, one of the funny things about you know, you get with the person and you spend a bunch of time together and you talk about all the things my wife loves anchorman and quotes from it all the time and often their missed on me shall stare at me waiting for me to get it and I'll be like I don't No. What you're that's Ramaker man. S so anyway, but she won't watch number two because she doesn't want it to ruin number one. No, You should tell her number two pretty good. Or maybe it's number one. That's pretty good. Number two is no good. I watch him both the but anchorman. Any movie, really people who could quote I always admire people who can quote from movies. I can't do that. But some people don't watch a movie one time and all of a sudden they're working all these quotes into their lives like, how are you doing this? It's amazing that's of anything. Anyway. Next up. I know you love Lucille Ball. Yes, Like, you know, I love right. I love Lucy. We all grew up with. And then there was the Lucille Ball show. Um, where she didn't you play like a secretary or something, And she just You know, it was the first to know I did hollow. I didn't watch that one is much, but I definitely you know, early comedy that I learned from or that I that I really admired was I love Lucy and other female Larry Bird and Carol Burnett. I really I hate to say it, but I grew up really liking Bill Cosby's records. Of course. These are all the graces the old stuff. And kids could listen to those you know, without you weren't your parents weren't worried about the reality swears on there. So that guy's Hollywood s. Oh, there. I watched early shows, so they're talking about a show in a movie. Believe a movie. I'm not sure if this would be a serious or not. Where it's the it's the life story of Lucille Ball as she marries does, er Nez and Ricky Ricardo. It wouldn't so wouldn't be Lucy and Ricky Ricardo. It would be Lucy and Desi Arnaz. And there's been a lot of back and forth about who should play Lucy. The rumor is and actually I see that it's been confirmed now, although the Lucille Ball's daughter isn't saying that anything is signed, but the person they have chosen Is Have a guess. No, because I don't know Nicole Kidman. So right off the bat. I'm like, I don't know. Uh, So did Debra Messing hears about this. The check from willing Grace. And she basically campaigning for the part. There's and there's a huge online movement saying that and I, you know, Debra Messing is basically saying she would love to play player. She's very interested. Someone said, Well, maybe you must have a scheduling con conflict. She says. Oh, no, I'm available. He has been your hand is up. So I understand now due to political correctness, it's very important that gay actors play gay characters and Uh, Black person voices of black character and I get all that. So are we saying that we can't cast someone who's not a natural redhead? Because I'm gonna guess they're changers air getting upset about that? I don't know. I'm actually asking because why are we having to cast someone? That's a redhead when wigs worked just fine. There's probably a lot of great comedic actresses that would fill that role perfectly. Yeah, I did. That didn't even enter my mind. But if you're not making a bad point, I mean, that is for sure. You know, Nicole's a redhead is Debra Messing and Burnett. She got a redhead. Maybe. Maybe that's it. Maybe this sorry, but we have to cast the ginger. Uh, anyway, while Debbie Debbie Messing, Debra Messing is definitely into this and would want to do it and they haven't signed Nicole Kidman. I actually saw a piece this morning. From Lucy. With it without a why, with an IE Lucy ball. Actually, I guess her proud name is Lucy are Inez. Or maybe she married and it's Lucy something else. It's her daughter. She's older than we are, and she which is old, and she's doing a thing saying, Look, this isn't It's good to be funny moments in it, Of course, but this isn't gonna be people reenacting. You know the candy. Line. This isn't gonna be the guy that invented this making wine, right? This is gonna be the story. Right stomping on the grapes. This'd is the story of Lucille Ball the actual person and does ER knows the actual person and she basically confirmed that it's Nicole Kidman. So, Yeah, I'm sure in hair and makeup shield. Totally look like that. I think she looks closer to like she did the didn't Nicole Kidman do this, Samantha. Bewitched remakes. Oh, I don't know. I think she did it. She lied to me. She looks much closer to that actress than she does to Lucille Ball. But yeah. People make you believe stuff and this prosthetics I can put on your face to make you look just like him..
Houston police officer resigns after being linked to Capitol, Washington DC, takeover
"Houston police officer who allegedly joined. Last week's insurrection. At the us capitol has now resigned. Lucille vase tells us he quit the force just before he was supposed to have a disciplinary hearing houston police officer tamdan fam- served in hbd for eighteen years and now he's been relieved of duty this week. After allegedly joining pro-trump extremists who entered the capitol building. Police chief art also confirmed via twitter. That the officer submitted his resignation of a scheduled disciplinary hearing mayor sylvester turner says. He believes the officer should have never been at the capitol to begin with law. And we don't participate in homelessness. I have zero tolerance for that fan told the houston chronicle. The he should not have participated famous expected to face federal charges. Although what the charges might be are unknown at this time
Fresh update on "lucille" discussed on Valentine In The Morning
"The cold Kidman will will do as Lucille ball, but I'm sure they both be great. So it's not my decision. I'm not making a movie. You're not making a movie or the show rather So you know, but their daughter says voting is over. And that's the right Claire Crawley. She was announced as our most recent bachelorette, and then after three episodes, she fell in love with Dale Moss, and she left and that's when Tasia came in to become the new bachelorette. Well, now we find out clear and Dale are done. They are separated. They're no longer engaged and Dale posted on social media, saying this is the healthiest decision for both of us at this time. And of course, everybody starts joining in, and they have these sources in these rumors. But what they're saying is Claire wants to return to Sacramento, her hometown to settle down. Start a family be near her mom. But Dale wanted other things. He wanted to be in the city, and he's still young. And he has brought his focus on his own career. So his lifestyle changes that they were that they decided ultimately struck the deal. Guy was always how you know that shit guy. You know they were doing stuff always causing problems. You know, It's like you gotta separate from that guy. Yeah, it was Chip. Yep..
Debra Messing Reacts To Nicole Kidman Playing Lucille Ball
"Couple of Hollywood stars are circling. Aaron Sorkin's film on Lucille Ball and Desi are nez. Go Kidman and have your Bar. Damn Are the top contenders to star in Aaron Sorkin's being The Ricardos the film about the relationship between I Love Lucy stars. See a 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, it's still up in the air due to the cove in 19 crisis.
Fresh update on "lucille" discussed on Jason and Alexis
"What went wrong? Their relationship their love affair Now, of course it's gonna have I love Lucy in it. As a matter of fact, Aaron Sorkin has set it on the stage of a filming one week of rehearsal, rehearsing and filming the show, But all this other stuff takes place. During that time. Very little of the show is actually I love Lucy type stuff. I don't think you will be disappointed with that. How so? She goes on. I think it's very diplomatic. And is, Dawn said yesterday I look, Nicole Kidman is one of those actresses that can immediately get people up in arms. For whatever reason, people she's a little polarizing. I think she'll be just fine for the exact reason that Miss our nose just pointed out. Nicole is not gonna have the Herculean task off recreating Lucy Ricardo. She's gonna be doing Lucille Ball, which is a little easier because Lucille Ball was a little more serious and, you know, didn't really act like Lucy Arnett or Lucy in the show. Lucy Ricardo, So I don't know harder to do with Nicole Kidman is doing yes, because doing Lucy, Uh, TV show is easier. It's a lot bigger. It's a character chur. It's like You can pinpoint like all those facial expressions. That's easy. The subtleties of doing dramatic acting is harder, so they need somebody like Nicole Kidman. What do you think? Lex? Do you think Nicole's up to this? Think Nicole is yet for the very same reasons. She's playing the woman, not the character, I I actually think it's harder to play the character only in the sense that she'll always be compared to Debra Messing to the actual portrayal s O. I'm not saying, you know it's gonna be easy for her, but we don't have any preconceived notions of that yet. I mean, I don't Just a little that we know about. You know what a great business person she was. And how funny but that I feel much better about it. Yes. Yeah, I did initially. Well, here's the deal if If Lucy are nez if Lucille Ball's daughter Who knows what her mom was like in private. If you and I wish you could see miss our noses face are Lucy seemed very like Smiley and very confident If Lucy are Ness is giving the proverbial thumbs up. Nicole playing her mother. That's all I need. Lucy knows. Yes. Lucy knows. Mr Nash knows she knows what her mom was like in private moments when they you know, probably very differently. Carson Carson was very shy. You know Jordan's sense, Missy. I'm sorry. Go ahead. I wonder how much Sorkin is going. Has talked to her about the betrayal and How he's writing the whole thing. Probably. Yeah, she must be a big part of that. Oh, yeah. Dumb to not do that. Yeah, So I'm excited, especially cause it's Aaron Sorkin to my goodness. When we come back, Bridger iton watched fume or we'll talk when we come back. My top 171. It's gonna claim Are you ready to put those unhealthy 2020 habits behind you? What You can start fresh along with me clean slate and take on the 2021 year with Livia Weight control centers. If you're feeling behind its 20 days into the month, and you're like I haven't started yet. I feel little down. Well, don't worry with Livia. You'll lose weight, not hope. They celebrate small wins. Because those are big steps forward. You can't get discouraged. If you you know, maybe just lose a pound. One week he'd just have to keep going..
Visual Illusions Deceiving Neural Networks
"I i'm. Martine was the researcher at the university in barcelona spain. Welcome this show. Tell us a little bit about what you studied there. As i say. I started some years ago so now undoing Study was mathematics and computer science with them led me to computer science. Masterson abused deal nimitz processing on. Now we were basically in image processing ongoing recent techniques with For models that comes round this study obesity in humans. Got just so. I know we always hear this analogy. That's deep neural. Networks are kinda like the layers of the brain and i think sometimes neurologist cringe a little bit when we make the comparison but i'm not sure how much they cringe. Maybe some of its fair. What's your perception there on. The comparison between a neural network and artificial neural network and a human neural network. I will definitely creamed celso like us. Now it's an of the networks of course inspired Network this we all know that this simplification and naturally i think more and more people are working on trying to go from that simplification. some Actually are margaret. And you'd mentioned part of your work includes looking at models that are used. The word inspired but something along those lines from the human visual system. What are some of the ways in which one might be inspired in that fashion will actually. It's it's interesting because the model of activism neural network is inspired beecham's so when people started to look at how actually sees you start to mobile A stack of layers where we have some with some filters When we envision us oriented field. There's that can see recent vertical different frequencies To obedience actually like a very simplified note. Landlord say i'm not really someone knows a lot about the brain but i'm vaguely aware that our eyes are somewhat imperfect in the brain does a lot of cleaning up yet. I don't know if that's true in the more computer vision. I think our cameras are maybe more accurate than the human eye in some cases. And there's not quite as much cleanup. Are these fundamentally different approaches. Or at the end of the day do both systems have basically the same day to set. Nah i think it's a analogy because there's a bar that is only the information that we receive from the exterior. Let's say the luminance of they're seeing on the This on bar. But of course we don just see that we processing formation on this is why we say that we actually we perceive information because there are some other things that are happening in our brain taking this information on combining with everything that we know from the beginning memories although stop so we actually is when we see at camera. recording is actually taking just some information soon so the analogy would be computer. Actually tried to do this analogy so when you put so not. What's behind those cameras. Tried to do something without information. Either retail They're like following someone. Then you're more or less doing this analogy how ac. Because when we see we are doing something with information is it not only just preceding the light which is the dot com era's i saw perceiving and processing. Then is that right. yes exactly. Yeah it makes sense. Well the main work. I invited you on to talk about with the paper titled convolution neural. Networks can be deceived by visual illusions. I thought maybe we should start with a definition of a visual illusion in my mind. I'm picturing like the image where it's either a candle or two faces or maybe some. Mc art is there a formal like mathematically satisfying definition of what a visual illusion is own. Think so. I think it's something that you see one but is not so easy to describe. I would say that the these right is something. By general it would be some images stimulus usually name it that actually cows illusion in your rain and illusion will women with any lewiston. Is that what you perceive is not consistent with reality. So we've got mr light actually with photo mentors for instance and we can measure a color. That is different from the one that we are proceeding. So that's obvious lucille. When actually the reality perception are not in the same face
Rapid DNA tests expected to help Houston police with rising murder investigations
"To help. Fight the increase in violent crime news. Eight sevens of vasquez tells us more about how it works. And how the city plans to use the new tool the houston forensic. Science center will soon be receiving a device capable of generating forensic results from things like fingernails and hair within a few hours. It currently takes at least twenty four hours to get a dna result while the new rapid dna. Tremaine cut that time down to about six hours or less the device will be used to quickly confirm and compare known. dna samples as well as analyze samples. That come from sizable pieces of evidence. Such as a pool of blood. The city has seen a sharp increase in violent crime this year in houston police department says this instrument can help identify potential suspects much faster. Lucille oscars in houston. The mexican american legal
Childhood vaccination rates have dropped during the pandemic
"This year, according to data from Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. And chief of infectious disease that Lucille Packard and professor of pediatrics and health at Stanford, Yvonne Maldonado says it's a situation that worries her. We really need to keep up with that, because the timeliness of visits will really affect spread of disease, infectious diseases. These are preventable diseases, including measles, hooping, cough and polio. We know that something like herd immunity is really important in some of these vaccines that just for the child's benefit, But for the Grand parents on D Again. These airs data that I have been shown by CDC and others to be a big risk not just to the individual child but to the family members. The majority of vaccination postponements occurred March through May when the pandemic was taking hold, and then again in August, the typical back to school time Marty Schafer, KCBS South
The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard
"Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion. Podcasts are we explore the who what of why we wear. We are fashion historian and your host april kellyanne and cassidy zachary will hello dressed listeners. Today we are very excited to feature an exhibition. That does something that you know. We love to do on dressed. And that is celebrating the work of bad ass ladies from their history and today. And that's right because today we are welcoming the peabody essex museum fashion and textile curator pitcher sling card to the show to discuss. The exhibition. Made it the women who've revolutionized fashion and as the museum's website says through more than one hundred works made it celebrates the stories of women who revolutionized many aspects of the fashion industry and traces how these efforts parallel history of women's global struggle for equity and opportunity exhibition is actually collaboration between pem and the kunst museum didn't hog in the netherlands and it features clothing from both of these museums collections. As well as from private and public collections and so from every designer from elizabeth keck lead to lady. Lucille gordon to madeleine to bonnie cashin and low mary. Quant and then all the way to more contemporary designers like rei kawakubo Irishman herpin gina. Kuma you do not want to miss this exhibition. It actually just opened in its on view until march twenty twenty one yes and alas we will not be able to make it to salem massachussetts in person this year especially right now so what better way to celebrate this exhibition them by being joined by his co. curator patriot. Welcome to the show. He had show welcome to dress. It's such a pleasure to have you here today thank you. I'm excited to be with you. So you are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion.
Lucille Bridges, mother of civil rights icon Ruby Bridges, dies at 86
"And we have to point out the passing of Lucille Bridges. Lucille Bridges was the mother of activist ruby bridges. She's died at the age of 86. Lucille walked with the six year old Ruby Bridges past crowd screaming racist slurs. And she became the first black student after all, White New Orleans elementary school. The year was Really? Not that long ago. 1960 last night, Ruby said that her mother helped me after the course of so many lives by help me alter the course of so many lives by setting me out on my path is a six year old little girl. She's our nation lost. Mother of the civil rights movement today, and I lost my
Interview with Angela Torresiani
"Hello everyone. Hello, beautiful. So good to see you. I'm so excited that you're going to join us today and Thursday. Introduced my special guest today Angela her SE, honi. So awesome. So we have a great interview today with Angela where I'm going to read her bio in just a moment. You'll see a c p c p which is certified permanent cosmetic professional after Angela's name because she is also the current president of the Society of permanent cosmetic professionals. She started her career change as a tattoo artist and was thrust into permanent makeup work when she had her lips tattoo to cover up a childhood scar. She's apprenticed as a tattoo artist in Brooklyn New York in June nineteen, ninety seven and was introduced to him you permanent makeup in two thousand and three and decided to retire from body Tattooing in 2012 to focus on permanent cosmetics and she joined the society permanent cosmetic Professionals in 2018. And again, like we said she is currently the president and the name I don't have it here of is it Flawless? Beauty is the name of your song? Yeah close. So I joined the s p c p I think in 2013, but I got on the board in 2018 and our Spas Flawless permanent cosmetics and Spa in Staten Island, New York wage. Ye, so obviously you guys probably can see the New York connection and know that again. I've known Angela for a long time and she has again you can see such a ray of experience with so fantastic is she also is really good at just giving you that information like she's an open book. She's very relatable. So I think you're going to find this interview very helpful, but I'm Angela. Thank you for being here. Welcome. Welcome. Why don't you tell me about that transition from traditional tattoo artists to permanent cosmetic and how that was different for you. And yeah, so I guess the shortest way to do this long story is that I didn't have an intention of being a tattoo artist at all. I was going to school for criminology jobs and I was actually working as a aerobics instructor at a Lucille Roberts and there was this girl in my class who was just like covered in tattoos and we're talking Nineteen Ninety Six when language did not have tattoos and I just thought she was so cool. And I was I wasn't even 18 at the time yet and I became friends with her. She was a tattoo artist and she kind of ushered me into tattooing kind of life in an apprenticeship where I really didn't know what was going on. It was like, you know, hey, can you do this for me? If you do that from you, can you grab this for me before? I knew it I was tattooing and I'm like, oh my God, what am I doing? And so fast. I was working as a tattoo artist because we were military we're moving around and you know, it's hard to find work and army guys always want to add to his right. So there's always work available for that long. And I was at a barbecue and I have this big scar right here on my lip. I got burnt when I was a kid and they kept you know, we're at a barbecue drinking eating putting lipstick on and this girl comes over to me when other Army Wives and she's like, you know, I see that you keep doing that and I said, yeah a scar and she said well, you know, why don't you let me make that permanent for you and I was like, what do you do to my face? And she was like, yeah. Yeah actually but okay, you know, like this was like two thousand three. I have not six years tattooing. I never occurred to me. So I went and had it done and kind of fell in love with the process and I learned to enjoy her and the rest is kind of History. So I didn't there wasn't a transition really it was kind of like I was forced into one and then I just kind of the other one throw it on top of me. That's so funny. And so a lot has changed since that time right and so much has changed in our industry. It's always evolving. What do you see? Is one of the biggest struggles for permanent cosmetic artist growing and starting a business. What do you find is like one of their key struggles. One of the struggles is already kind of almost over. I think that let's say let's go back five years or even ten years where the permanent makeup industry and the tattoo industry was so far apart and nobody wanted to share information and everybody was kind of faith that everything was so different and there were those of us that fought to say like know we're brothers and sisters, you know, we're we're not twins. We're like eyebrows. We're not sisters not twins, you know, and now off with all of these companies coming together and marrying tattooing world with permanent makeup world. I think it's gotten so much easier for artists to kind of come into the business and get good quality products suck at training all that kind of stuff. So I think that the harder things that were there for us have gotten a little easier for new artists, but now of course with its popularity, it's how do you stand out in the crowd like how long Rise yourself above everyone else that's around you and be
"lucille" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Because I could I could have been if I'm the people that couldn't falling through the cracks. I didn't have my stuff together. It just really made me think you know like Who Will you really serve it I needed to I needed to go through that and I want people to not be ashamed of having to rebrand and having to reach out or assistance because you need people, Lucille anger light to help you grow and develop your Biz xactly even once you get out of that initial stage and you get to the next level the. Next level and you know. Moving up you need coaches that although those stages. Of Your career. Agree yes I I. Love that. So what have you got you know coming up that people should know about So I've written a book which is on Amazon and it's called discovered the twenty two biggest mistakes. Makes Business Owners, make on what you can do to avoid them, and if you've got kindle limited than it will be free Fiu. So that is available on Amazon. So go ahead and buy that and you know I decided to write that book because like I say I think so many people rush into starting a business. There were mistakes that they make along the way. So I was like I've made a lot of mistakes I've seen other people make mistakes as well. Let me put it to good use and not keep it to myself and just share stakes because you don't know who it could help. EXACTLY WE HAVE NO IDEA A. Whole we are not helping reach their goals by playing mall. He acts like we do not have any idea. Okay. So I'll definitely make sure they include that in the show notes what an awesome awesome being to be author like congratulations on on. US huge at a book. Definitely a you know others can you know get to reference mum? I'm an avid reader. So I, definitely, I am going to get it and people like you. You read like, yes, I listen to books a lot. Of Good Books on my kindle or some will Emma Hey. I'm executives say I I'm not person that I've got like two books on a go at a time..
"lucille" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"But if you catch them really early on, you defend about great habit because your business plan it isn't just something that you do once and you leave it if something you look again and again and again, right? Yes youth and I mean. You, it's almost a porno reference like you just say like it's a point of reference for you and I don't think you take it lightly. As you may be would you know if you are further along like like? I. Said, we form these these horrible habits. Myself even during this If. You had to side girl you trip in you Joanna. Obvious. You know it really. it made me more cognizant of some of the things that I was doing. And that I needed to revamp. Now for me, it was a lot harder because again here you're talking about somebody that's been in business for eight years. I needed to make adjustments for me. I had to totally dismantle. Lucille. Like totally mantle star over now was that a long process noble was very work intensive. Yes I. Think. About want the listeners to think about it within the first two years if anyone's ever been involved in. Say like building planning or anything like that takes a couple of years for them to you know get the blueprints. Get on combating permits. All of that stuff before they realize are making grind like I've heard that it's taken like two to three years to like physically playing out a building before they even. Brown. Yeah. A little bit of time but think about trying to remodel a home. Or trying to live that's bailouts. Do Anyone I. Watch it. Yes and it's a lot more expensive and. That it's not worth it because it is worth it will you're dealing with the clients and the people that you to. Sarah but quite okay. Yeah some stuff you know you should have done prior to now than trying to. The I'm not such a good point and it's like you say that sometimes we need to do that evaluation of ourselves because you get so cool to from what it is that you do in that sometimes, we need to give ourselves those moments of reflection where we can kind of sit back and look to say this is where is that I? AM? Where do I want what more do I need to be doing because you can forget that and I think what you said is so important the. Fact that you know you're an established business you realize there was some changes that you need to make. Those are probably uncomfortable and I think sometimes when people hit a costume thin, that's uncomfortable. You get resistance he date wants to push three because people like being comfortable. You wouldn't opt to put yourself in an uncomfortable position. You WanNa stay in your comfort zone that you can't grow from there you have to. You have to get uncomfortable in the way that you get comfortable is when you stop for. Right. When you start changing when you start doing things differently. Exactly and you know I felt like in May. Be You know this is me you know just trying to be super optimistic about it but I think it was a good thing for me I think I needed to I needed to do that it really brought me. Say that. I. Felt like I was so superior but it really ambled me a lot to say girl you. Okay But thankfully. There's room for improvement especially when you are talking to. Women because I'm I'm with you I feel like that's my audience. I love women I love supporting embiid about women like my blog is totally dedicated to women featuring them and things like that and so I have a hard for women but it made me it made me think about how last showing up..
"lucille" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"lucille" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"Tried to kill me. and has failed. Nine nine. Excerpts from song at midnight comes from Lucille Clifton, the book of Light. Thank you to the permissions company on behalf of Copper Canyon Russ who gave us permission to use.
"lucille" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"Power present in this person in her.
"lucille" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"The intuition of his poems that survival is not enough even powerful surviving and thriving thriving alone and flourishing alone isn't enough. She's inviting people into a new way of imagining flourishing where they recognize everything that she's lived through and they see that as a celebration see those beautiful see that is of touch and sensuality on holding because she knows it is she's not asking for pity or charity to be included. He's already included and she's inviting people into this new economy of observing the body, the physicality of the body and every way within which that body has had to survive in light of systems that would have tried to annihilate that party and I think that that is so meaningful and powerful. Coming from very far away and being Irish, who looks at the impact of Irish migration overseas and the racist history of Irish people overseas as well I find myself strangely moved and guiltily moved really that Lucille Clifton has written something. That's so generous. Because I see myself in this poem as a white man and I, see myself as a white man listening to this and realizing that me and people who looked like me especially, men who looked like me are the ones who are being appealed to listen to the voice of this black woman speaking to us and by us I mean men like me and listen and pay attention. To reform our eyes and to reform our imagination about what it means to recognize the.
"lucille" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz's only great-granddaughter, 31, dies of breast cancer
"Comedy royalty has died Desire Ian's alone. The great granddaughter of Lucille Ball, and Desi Arnaz has Died of breast cancer, according to People magazine. She was only 31 Anzalone from Norwalk, Connecticut, was the daughter of Julia says, who is the daughter of does even as junior wins news time? 11 38 10 10 wins entertainment
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz's only great-granddaughter, 31, dies of breast cancer
"The great granddaughter of Hollywood comedy Royalty has died. Desire A. Anzalone, the great granddaughter of Lucille Ball, and Desi Arnaz has died of breast cancer. According to People magazine. She was only 31 Anzalone from Norwalk, Connecticut, was the daughter of Julia aren't as the daughter of Jezzie. Arno's junior wins news time. 9 38 10 10 wins entertainment
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz's great-granddaughter, Desiree S. Anzalone, dead at 31
"Of the great granddaughter of Hollywood comedy Royalty, has died disarray. Anzalone, the great granddaughter of Lucille Ball, and Desi Arnaz. Not of breast cancer. According to People magazine. She was only 31 Anzalone from Norwalk, Connecticut, was the daughter of Julia aren't as she was the daughter of Desert Arnaz
Boston Sports Clubs Owner Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
"New York sports clubs is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. But that doesn't mean it's going out of business. Town Sports International announced that it's reached an agreement with its seniors. Lenders to support its ongoing operations at the filing includes New York sports clubs, Boston Sports clubs Lucille Roberts and other chains that that company owns the company stressed restructuring is the best way to properly respond to the covert 19 pandemic with the long term goal to emerges a thriving powerhouse in the fitness industry. It says there will be a seamless transition and operations and members will not recognize a break in surface winds.
Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer
"This is fresh air when Carl Reiner sitcom pilot starring him, his TV writer Rob Petrie was rejected by CBS producer Sheldon Leonard rescued it by persuading Reiner to replace the entire cast, including Reiner himself. The result. The Dick Van Dyke show was a major TV hit and made a star of its then unknown leading lady Mary Tyler Moore. Terry Gross spoke with her about the show and her TV character in 1995. What were you told about the character of Laura? Just that she was going to be a wife, a television wife, and that really had its classical parameters and dimensions that they were established. And they hardly ever varied except A Sze to whether or not the wife was the star of the show. In which case she was the funny one. Or if she were the straight man for the male star, and she was then totally supportive, but all these wives We're kind of obedient and you know, a representative of the vows to love, honor and obey. They hardly varied from that, and With with Carl Reiners character the way she was written, Laura actually had opinions of her own. While she was asserting herself. She also didn't make Dick Van Dyke look like a dummy. It was ah, a matter of two people. I mean, society's expectations of that point still said, Hey, wait a minute, lady. You only go so far here, but I think we broke new ground. And and that was helped by my insistence on wearing Pants. You know, jeans and and capri pants at the time because I said, I've I've seen all the other actresses, and they're always running the vacuum in these little flowered frocks with high heels on And I don't do that. And I don't know any of my friends to do that. So why don't we try to make this real and I'll dress on the show the way I do in real life, But it wasn't that easy. The sponsors were afraid you brazen right? They pointed specifically to if they used the term cupping under And I can only assume that that meant my you know my my seat that there was a little too much definition. And so they allowed me to continue to wear them in one episode. One scene per episode. And only after we check to make sure that there was a little cupping under as possible could coming under referring to the fit of your pants, the fit of the pants on my behind, right? But within a few weeks we were we were sneaking them into a few other scenes in every episode, and they were definitely cutting under and everyone thought it was great. The funny thing is, you know. Women liked me. They were not envious of the fact that their husbands had a crush on me. It was okay with them. They they were the first to know when I would meet people. They'd say My husband loves you so much. And he thinks you're so sexy. And this was it was not thing because they were also able to identify with me as a friend as a girlfriend. There was no resentment, no fear. Yeah, well, I think that that speaks so well for the character and your your portrayal of her. Did you do a lot of rehearsing with Dick Van Dyke? Or did you just have to do it? Minutes before the actual broken? The whole show was done in what they call multiple camera technique could still done today. But back then we were maybe the sixth or seventh show to use the technique. It began with Joan Davis, not Lucille Ball as everyone thinks John Davis did a show called I married Joan. What a girl! What a world What a life! Hey for you, and then Lucy and several other shows followed. But in that show it's a little like doing theater that's captured on film. You rehearsed for five days and then Ah, On the evening of the fifth day, the audience comes in and the camera's having blocked their moves in yours lined up with them. You film it from top to bottom in continuity. So during those five days, it was at least the 1st 3 days. It was very much a matter of rehearse. And contribute and attempt things and not be afraid to fail to make a fool of yourself. Just pick yourself up. And if it didn't happen this time, then the next time the experiment maybe it will Was a wonderfully supportive creative environment. Mary Tyler Moore, speaking to Terry Gross in 1995.
The Last Of Us
"Hello, everyone. My name is Jonathan Dornbush and this is a very special episode of podcast beyond because today we're going to be diving very deep into the last of us. Part to a full spoilers are in effect. If you haven't played the game, turn back now. Go play at go finish. It and then come back. Listen to this episode because we are going to dive. Into full spoiler territory with Lucille. O'Brien my have numbers with me, but more importantly I'm sorry, Lucy you don't have the highest honor this episode because we are joined by Neil Druckman and Halley, gross naughty dog for the last of US partout. Thank you both so much for being here and speaking with us today. They have. So the. House he twenty twenty being guys. Around. Warring Year of my life. Nothing. Much of note has happened this year. Definitely, so we'll. We'll try to find something to talk about this episode. I know Lucienne myself both have a ton that we want to ask you about and talk about with certain as much as I'd love to spend the next thirty minutes exclusively. Honoring the memory of Shimmer there are some conversations I do. WanNa get into and I. WE WE ARE GONNA go into spoiler, so it's going to get there. I Will Get National Story Beats. I promise but I did want to talk about. The I think just jumping right into the structure of the story for me would be a really interesting place to start because Neil you and I spoke a little bit before the game came out, and we talked a bit about sort of how the structure of the game chain through development, and I was sort of curious. If you could both talk about you know primarily, we have this sort of to factor story of the first half, really focusing on Elliot's journey, and then the second half focusing on Abbey's journey mostly in Seattle, but a little bit Jackson. How how did that story flow evolve? As you began to crack the story in figure out what you wanted to both explore? Whatever we had this kind of concept of constructive story about empathy by seeing two sides of a conflict. We had the two sides, but they are kind of distribution was different. Initially, this game was going to be open world with several different hubs. And the original was going to be playing abby. Some back story on her and her friends attack. They get rescued by Joel and Tommy and get. A. Help into Jackson and you spent a while in Jackson doing missions before some critical point, or you would reveal who she is as you would be struggling with this choice and kill Joel in annual take on his Elliott going on this journey to Seattle become the second hub of trying to find all these people in them. Eventually Confront Abby. But then as we were putting the story together, just filled with with the game, we were trying to make historic trying to tell with characters. We had our disposal. It didn't make sense for it to be open, moral and those. Aspects felt like there to conflict, and that's when really around the time like Halley, came on and kind of talk high level about the goals of what we're trying to do. And then it became more wide linear with some kind of more open areas but where we try to get to the inciting incident much more quickly, which is the death of all, and then get on with the journey, and then some point midway through switch perspectives to show Abbey set store. I don't remember yeah funny. You brought back the open world thing I don't like all right. The first like three weeks of my time at naughty dog were just like. Can we make it open world and like trying to make that work, and then realizing how much it sort of. Screws with steaks and tension building, and so we. We moved off of that, but we really played with structure. I mean throughout the entire process, so yes, the game is currently divided between largely between I. Steph Ellie second-half Abbey, but. We entertained. Inter cutting. We entertained moving parts around the flashbacks of all move I mean. The living thing this game. Yeah! I can't imagine it being an open wells. I think you're right because it is. It's source structured in a way that every every resumes when you're in an open world game, you're constantly distracted by this. Because they distracted by this little fitch quest, catch, seven chickens or something, concert imagined that interrupting the story so ultimately pleased that you went in the direction that you winton. Is Is there any sort of part of me. That thinks Oh God okay. The loss of story could be told in an open world setting. Yes, and I think we. The design team actually came with a bunch of interesting. Aspects to play in the world in open world setting and adjust. All while those ideas were interesting and provocative, they didn't fit. The characters were playing. I don't WanNa get into specifics. Wherever use any of those ideas? But it just too many things one concert each other. We have to make some hard choices as far as what game game we WANNA make. As, you're saying that the beginning. It came down to this idea of seeing empathy and telling that from two different sides and obviously something to preserve stories spoilers in where the story would go, because it does really demand, be played, I feel. It started out as you know on a like a product facing way a story about revenge. Why did? Though at the end of the day, wanting to really get down to empathy in this world, be sort of the catalyst for your interest in the story. I think that was the emotional core of what we were after. In targeted through and trying to figure out what is conflict about it? It was really to show. How Simonis characters are and how much conflict and so much of this for myself, I think the team is inspired by real world events where you have sides of conflict, and you see how they often dehumanized the other side to justify atrocious behavior. and. We felt through game. Play the putting in the shoes of Elliot to get you to fee, also ask certain feelings and put you in the second half of the game and through empathy through. Seeing the consequences, not just what you've done, but like what you've taken away. From his people get you to reflect on it. And that was kind of like what we were always after. I cannot track of of of your question. I just curious sort of of the. Sort of. Subverting that expectation, because so many of us went in expecting a revenge story, but I do things that I've taken away the most that empathy and that love and that care. That's the thing which is like maybe to a fault. We tried so hard to protect the experience players experience. We've done with the first game. Right within the last one never revealed why you're transporting Elliot from one coast to another, and ultimately the game is about the unconditional love. A parent feels for their child, and the sacrifice did. Megan is a feel to talk about that head on who will be taken away with experiences so for here? The say a here's an experience about empathy. You would play the first half. and You keep waiting for the shoe to drop. Your House is going to reflect back so instead. We presented something much simpler and then let you see how complex it is when
The IGN Summer of Gaming Special
"Right now I'm here with Tina Amini Sam, claiborne and Lucille Brian. WHAT'S UP, everybody? Hey. Hello, there Thank you for joining me on this. Very special edition of Games cube part of June simmer gaining. We've got to talk about Sony's playstation, five future of gaming event yesterday and I give me serve overall impressions. Would you think of the show? Let's start with Tina. It Yeah I. Mean twofold right like I thought the Games were really amazing. They had thirty seven games, which is really impressive There's something exciting about every single one of them. We got to see the actual console design finally just a really big news drop their, and honestly I was just overall impressive with the production value general, especially given you know work from home mandates and working and living through the quarantine, so I thought they did a really good job. That was exciting to watch. Lucy era, a regular cast member of our place in podcast podcast beyond and I know you. did a bunch of pre and post show coverage of yesterday. What were your overall impressions okay? Festival beyond second of all. I thought that the show is great. I think as Tina said that was a great lineup of games. it. Really Tony Really positioned itself as like this is the holiday console these other games. You're only going to get up to get on playstation. Five of them were very family friendly I. Really think that that was a smart play on their part. And you know the console itself. It's wild. It's ridiculous I. Love it I think it's just like it was just really really fun Shar and I. Think Sony is kind of in the late now when it comes to this console racism. I tend to agree with that Sam I know you've been doing a lot of game on xbox. This generation did the conference yesterday. Do Anything to sort of change your mind about where you'll be spending your time. There! There's so many games across both systems that are awesome I think you're gonNA be fine with either system at this point, but man I really liked yesterday's show because I always say this I. Don't really care how the console looks. So there's this looks Kinda goofy and I don't really want it outside of my home console. I kind of want to put it in a cabinet. We'll see how that goes, but I do think. The Games are really important focus on demand. There are such such A. A huge variety of games and one thing that I need to do is start like seeing the previews of these games, which we're doing and stuff like that because I want to see what they look like Super High Rez. Glorious Four K. because I've seen is like my best youtube up. You know and like I can't really see if they look different next Gen, but they look fun and that's awesome. Like. What was it Tina thirty seven new fun games to check out now that so exacly? That's really I can't wait. I was I was a little bit shocked. At how many games there were in the conference yesterday? Also just. It's crazy to think that you know Sony backed out of the three last year. They weren't planning incoming this year, but then gets cancelled and now Sony's back with a three level conference. The Week of Winnie three would have been in like Microsoft is nowhere to be seen. It's disagrees when. Is a wild ride all statement. I. Are So good. They're like they're like so like. Did you just show the trailer? Show that there's nobody walking around and pacing. Honestly I was a little bit amazed that they were able to get. People cut out on black backgrounds for the interviews that they had like. I don't really know how they pulled that off. They look at our crazy steph back here, but they literally pro and I think they did a really good job. Just showing the important stuff and I liked that. So as as the event was going on, and we just kept seeing game after game after game I started to wonder if they were going to show, go the hardware, but of course at the they did at the end revealed the places to five hardware, and it has been It's been. It's been a talking point for sure. If a wildly different council design I'm in the camp I think it's a little a little gaudy and I much prefer the sort of. Silence Classy xbox series design, but I know that a apparently I'm in the minority there. Sixty eight percent of I, raiders say love the playstation five council design. Sam Seems to agree with me. Lucy is a little bit more in favor of it Tina. How do you feel about it? I think I'm in the like ten, or whatever other remaining percent of Jan polled readers that just don't really care. I'm fine with either way. It's going to be the system that I play hopefully the amazing games that they showcased in the conference the other day, and that's the thing that I have my mind most on, and then the controller, which looks comfortable and maneuverable. 'cause. That's obviously the vehicle by which we're experiencing the game, so the console I'll I'll throw it up next to my TV I. Don't mind either way. Yeah it's pretty cool. Very different. That is very different I like the design of the controller a lot. But I think the council. The council's pretty ugly to me. We have a quote from Sony Interactive Entertainment President Jim Ryan explaining the design choice today said the playstation sits in the living area of most homes, and we kind of felt it'd be nice to provide a design that would really grace most living areas. That's what we do and you know. We think we've been successful in that. Jim. My wife would beg to differ with you. There's no way she would let me have. But, like what? What does Jan Ryan's Living Room? Look like if that is kind of like. Just said like an easy thing to slip into it I. Mean I i. just think this design is bonkers. It's basically the of the gaming console equivalent of racing stripes on a car. It's just so silly and I love it. I love it because every other game console the. Being conservative with its design and this is just so ridiculously out there.
What is the mystery illness possibly linked to COVID-19 that is affecting children
"We just heard from Dr Anthony Fauci buried among the warnings he put out today for Congress is that children are at greater risk if we open up the count of the country in schools too early also the CDC is planning to issue an advisory related to a mystery illness affecting young children that may be linked to the crown of fibers for more on all this return to the KCBS ring central news line and talk with Dr Yvonne Maldonado chief of infectious diseases at Lucille Packard children's hospital and professor at Stanford school of medicine the professor thanks as always for making some time for us before we get into this whole mystery illness let's talk about the broader picture that doctor found she referenced today the risk to kids if we reopen schools too soon your thoughts well I do think we have to start planning but we need to be very careful about how we do that so we need to make sure that if we get children back into school we know how to control the environment for them so that they don't become infected and they don't infect others I think the heavy lifting of planning and he needs to start now because all will be here before we know it so is it still believe that they are lower risk of contracting the virus themselves and it's just that once they get into school they have more contacts with other people than adults would at the same time period you know I don't think we really understand why children don't don't have the same manifestations that adults too it's very common for children to be the first to get infected with new diseases and so whether they're getting infected and not as likely to be symptomatic or whether they're truly have different protective mechanisms that are keeping them from being infected is not clear if it's probably a combination let's segue now into this mystery illness it's being reported we're hearing about a toxic shock like information that affects the skin the eyes blood vessels in the heart and an often leaves these kids seriously ill with some patients requiring ventilation what do you make of all that well that extraction drums actually been known for a long time many different infections with viruses and bacteria can cause that so I think that's not the new part of this what's new is that it's happening with probably in response to this particular virus so we know that can happen with staff are dropping sections we know Kannapolis viral infections it's very uncommon but it does happen and it looks like it's not very common in children but it is happening and we're still learning more about it can you prevent it because so what the way I understand it then it it happens in response to another a point of information in the child's body and they've been successful in preventing that inflammation from occurring with other original infections yes so essentially what we think is happening here is it's really the immune we again as far as we understand it seems that the immune system is somehow triggered on in going awry in trying to you know respond to an infection sh and so there have been a number of treatment that we can offer on the in patient in the hospital side as well as continuing treatment for children that have continuing complications we've been doing that for many many years and that we're adding newer therapies as well that seems to be working in many other cases would come of it as well as in the cases that we've seen before it Dr Maldonado again thank you for making time for us we do appreciate that Dr Yvonne Maldonado chief of infectious diseases at Lucille Packard children's hospital and professor at Stanford school
"lucille" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Lucille Ball was honored with many awards we could never list them all but we will talk about some of them are for one thing she won four Emmy awards best comedian in nineteen fifty two Best Actress in a continuing performance for I Love Lucy in nineteen fifty five an outstanding continuing performance by an actress in a leading role in a comedy series which is a mouthful of a category for the Lucy show in both nineteen sixty seven and nineteen sixty eight she was given two different stars on the Hollywood walk of fame one for her work in film and the other for her work in television and while here's Lucy was on the air ball received the international radio and television society's gold medal in nineteen seventy one that made her the first woman to be honored with that award in nineteen seventy eight she was honored with the Hollywood foreign press association's Cecil B. de Mille aboard he was honored by the Kennedy center on December seventh nineteen eighty six it was a bittersweet event because does he have died just five days before during the ceremony actor Robert stack who had starred in that doesn't leave so the untouchables read remark that does he had written I Love Lucy had just one mission to make people laugh we see gave it a rare quality she can perform the wildest even the messiest physical comedy without losing her from her feminine appeal The New York Times asked me to divide the credit for its success between the writers directors and cast I told them give Lucy ninety percent of the credit to buy the other ten percent among the rest of us does it included Lucy was the show Viver Fred and I were just props Sam good props the props nevertheless PS I Love Lucy was never just the title after her death in nineteen eighty nine she was posthumously awarded the presidential medal of freedom and in two thousand one that Newsweek named her the top female entertainer of the twentieth century if it were not for Lucille ball's incredibly skilled and dedicated comedic work on I Love Lucy we might never have had other women led comedy shows like the Mary Tyler Moore show and laverne and Shirley the many shows that make me ask why are we still talking about whether women are funny but her influence goes a lot deeper than that came the first woman to run a major Hollywood studio so she was not only a trailblazer as a funny woman but also as an executive and if a savvy businesswoman she was employed in Hollywood for more than fifty years continuously something that not many people can boast she once said that she wasn't funny she was brave and while she had started her career as a model and was in fact a great beauty she set herself apart through her willingness to do crazy stunts and look foolish being pretty it seems was not as important to her as being funny she was willing to do broad physical comedy at a time that it was still considered the territory only of men and in doing so she opened up the door for women who came after her also during her Kennedy center honors presentation Robert stack said quote it will always be remembered that you established a place in television for women HM to bring up kind of an interesting source according to Arnold Schwarzenegger writing in his autobiography Lucy Lucy once gave him the following advice about working in Hollywood although I think it is a place for almost anything in life quote when they say no you hear yes someone says we can't do this movie hug him and say thank you for believing in me I love them so much and I can still hear her saying it's fantastic I know it's very seldom Lucille Ball fans yeah I I love the long long trailer it is V. starring Lucille Ball and desi Arnaz areas of they might be giants song called everything right is surrounded I really love DeBerry was a lady and I I will say this I have one beef with the I Love Lucy show yeah it's so specific and nerdy and dorky and weird today dressmakers there was an episode where she was trying to make her own dress and she did the gag was that she accidentally said it laid out on the floor and that she accidentally cut out the carpet along with the fabric which one if you've ever cut out fabric you know that would be hard to do but to when they lifted it up it was first sight gag appeal but it looked like the outline of a dress that didn't actually look like a piece of this pattern and I remember as a kid seeing them be like that's not how you make a dress so that was my pedantic moment as a childish seamstress both the child seamstress and a child this seamstress later in life via Hey we just wanted to add a quick little note at the end of this one since we did reference Mary Tyler Moore at the end of the episode we recorded this before her passing so we just wanted to acknowledge and thank her for the laughs do you have a listener mail yes and it's pretty light I have two postcards the first one is from Ashley in June and they say why clothing in history come together I can think of no other person than you they sent a lovely postcard from the Charleston museum in its nineteen fifties jade green chiffon evening dress it seemed kind of a good match for Lucille Ball episode because I could see her wearing something lovely like that they also say Charleston is lovely in so many ways and each street tells the story wishing you all the best in the new year fantastic we also got a postcard from Stephanie that she sent from overseas she says dear Tracy and Holly thank you for all your hard work your podcast brings me so much joy my husband and I honeymooned in Iceland over Christmas and I wouldn't shut up about the cobblers in the Yule lads both of which I know about because of you wonderful ladies thank you congratulations on your nuptials Stephanie yeah in her race for having similar trip to Tracy in your honeymoon I love it if you would.
"lucille" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"That's a Lucille Ball extravaganza she stars in the conclusion to my husband from nineteen forty eight and then stars in a tale well calculated to keep you in suspense with a short hours before Sarah from nineteen forty five I size my co host Lisa off what's up Lisa I can't think of a better power on Hollywood three sixty that a double Lucille Ball extravaganza right I mean I know you love Lucille Ball I did this just for you to play such a different roles so that's was pretty exciting about it's gonna be a lot of fun here and let's start things off with the conclusion to learning to drive she's learning how to drive so she can get her driver's license here is the conclusion now to my favorite husband I mean madam but do you by any chance happen to be the stupid Boehmer just smashed into me look honey you have plenty of time to stop when did you get your driver's license I did I know I had my hand out the window I was always there your anyway I'll just have to get an impartial witness all right will last this kindly old gentleman standing on the corner tell me impartial witness did you see the accident well as you know very well I was with you taking your license number the police goodbye.
"lucille" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"Mean like it was originally I hate these two plastic surgeons you could upload videos and it world Canada amy yeah totally organically became racial as it is want to do yeah apparently she she did though like ask rich not to make these sites he sounds crazy to yeah there's a quote from him there's a few from him where he said Lucille asked me to help her with the case but she really was floored with was floored by the way I attacked Ebola's lawyers and the judge time she seemed to enjoy my crusade though I remember her commenting that the judge looked better as angry rude and she did as a woman like like a kangaroo court yeah you must have made a cartoon where the judge was a kangaroo a good one coped she also got a real kick out of his attorney wearing a gun cap wow scared in commentary in it's like sniper Charlie Hebdo cartoons if you ever saw the brave like political commentary and it's like a picture of Mohammed was like stink lines above him got him as is what I think is Bob that's Jim Carey started making art and I like aboard wanted to make our he's a multimillionaire who has resources to like really incredible paints and all trump that's like gigantic with him like literally like he's Got Shit on his head like super serious so what made you get into like political commentary and he's like it's the final line has been crossed and like one personnel to say something otherwise no one says anything and again like cut to a picture that's like Donald Trump's got tits leases yes so he said that he also said that outrageous methods that's the quote outrageous methods the they needed to use outrageous methods to draw attention to the case because his big thing rich pers- was that it was an attack on the first amendment because they were trying to like stop her from saying these things Nice this is the ideology of terrorism he also said quote she she needed to be an advocate for others so two thousand ten comes around and epilepsy wins the case he wins forty thousand dollars dollars in damages in court costs just take it from her face and an injunction against her like permanently fucked she can't speak to him or anything she can't approach him a year new kate was him at all money right well twelve days before this this injunction was issued he committed she took her own life can't stuff saying committed suicide it does sound bad took her own life let the bodies hit the flow she let her Yeah so I mean he like one the case it's crazy it's like yeah now did they not know that I guess too the case but God guys feel like a little bit attacked could fucking God she's dead twelve days later they're like you win you get forty grand from her estate Dead Day God days that are those mean things about you thank God they weren't true as you take her dead money and so after she took her life Berge Ron was interviewed and he said Yeah that like it had basically all of it taken such an extreme toll on her that she just almost couldn't function as a person he said quote just getting groceries to to her car was a struggle and then here's the big thing and like maybe I don't know in what capacity I don't know if there's a suicide note or if she sent a letter or something but she asked that a comprehensive autopsy be done on her head and neck to prove that her complaints were real and the coroner did not do that I would like an autopsy on my neck my back my pussy and my crack please make sure the corner of course wouldn't follow no her demands or whatever but that's this is really interesting quote from him in the end all she really wanted was an apology it sounds so simple in meaningless but it means so much more than anyone realizes and that's a direct quote from the out of them she definitely had some sort of form of mental illness that was probably giving exacerbated by a lot of this yeah and that's probably very true where he's like really starving podcast network.
"lucille" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"Deathrattles for coming that is calming no no no no no no experts you should be done baby remember baby I'm GonNa stay over this great last forever it's so tough that's the thing I was like I do I mean she's almost opening what public form hosting about it so it's like also know that it's tough because doctors get a lot of like every doctor gets some malpractice suits yeah just like whatever you do you're going to get some bad reviews d tailed photography until in two thousand two Lucille is now fifty two years old apparently this fell Dr Feldman said this in an interview a patient got into his office holding some of Lucille's photos from the Internet and was canceled the surgery with him and was basically like fuck you you're an abusive surgeon and so he sued her for defamation in local court he won got a restraining order she was no longer how to message him write him letters talked to any of the doctors at all he also got a court order demanding that she remove all of her photos that were misleading or statements that were inflammatory from the Internet. Wow Yeah and that's not on board with that ruling well this is the here's some of the things you did like I said she called him a butcher she sent letters to the doctor's telling them to rot in hell she offered in the letter to send them her severed head after she killed herself so they can look at it and see what they did wrong okay that one is over the line this is a direct quote from the letter enjoy your smile while you can and it may be permanently wiped off your face when you least expect it he's so like there's reasoning yeah I mean like no I mean yes yes I mean it's definitely upsetting as harsh language but she isn't saying I'm going to kill anybody she said enjoy your smile while you can it may be permanently wiped off your I think she means when you least expect it you mean oh she's saying that to the doctor I read it as saying it to the doctor Oh I honestly when you said that I thought she was other people like enjoy your smile while you never know when it's going to be white permanent we'll maybe that is why she man stupid no no I think maybe you're right Sake Holy Shit what if this is like one of those things where people I just sometimes wonder when people are going to get like this is kind of a harsh ruling where it's like you can't say anything about this that's so interesting you went through anymore I'm glad that you're thinking about you're thinking yes because I disagree one hundred percent I like it's cool that we are both were coming at it from the two sides because I literally think if I put myself in his shoes this is four years of someone posting publicly about me and sending me letters inch that is harassment and sure yeah it sucks that this went wrong and so that's her side of it but if I think if you remove that element I'm getting harassed yeah right kind of feel that way about definitely use on that line but but you're right if take this I mean I guess I get fucked up that's one it wasn't being yeah and that's stupid me almost at the beginning where I'm like what does she look like to have visual is on it but all I can see from it right now is just apparently she was so agitated by the surgery that for four years she's like it's weird it's on the line you know there's a lot interpretation like yeah and I guess like if you the other side of that is if you've been posting out this and asking for help for years you might be driven to extreme things like saying rotten hill run hill you know really how do you tell someone off that can't be then like brought up in a court transcript yeah you know it's like rotten hell so you can fuck you hell asserted doesn't we don't know what was the one before that the one of the big one is saying that she'd send her severed head to them after death okay siren bells line we'll also I'm coming from a place of having read all this stuff and I'm not saying this I'm not at all saying fucker or something I'm just saying like I have all this information and it sounds like definitely she went through something hard that was bad for her and then also there she reacted extremely that's how it feels but I also again that's not fair of me it's not because I don't know her and I didn't see here during that time you're making a good point this isn't necessarily just one way it's not cut and dry there's an interesting source literally no way of knowing I mean she there she did an interview with the Boston Globe in the interview said originally I admit I wanted to name and shame them now I want to warn other people this dangerous business is something bad happens you may never be able to get any answers fair now exactly oh totally man I am the most flipflop so I'm glad you had that about the court order because I will say I thought just from a legal standpoint if you just look at getting angry letters it's just like matter whether it was deserved or not. If you're angry at a bar you're getting thrown out whether it was your fault you're pissed off or not that's kind of how I feel in a bar you'll get thrown out but feud right that bar letters now right no one is a public safety thing you can't just be angry in a bar and like possibly causing silence or something but the other is complaining and being like excuse me through me no but my point is that like whatever the reason she was sending angry letters she was sending letters that contain things like I'm going to send you my severed head that's over I'm just saying like she was doing things that were objectively angry and scared sorry for the person she was doing it to even if it was deserved a court is going to be like Oh okay step one is this stops that's all I mean by that especially sense so now there's this next detail well sorry I just thought of something that I think could be a good point okay which is just it seems sad that basically the court looks at a case like that and it's just like you know who's harming who rather than like this woman may be clearly need some sort of like mental health help we'll right which is that's okay so the other thing that's important to know is that so that happened in two thousand and two unbeknownst to that entire group people in two thousand one she went to another plastic surgery in in Indiana named Dr Berry Epi and she purposely went far away from home to find on who wasn't associated or knew about this at all I think but also someone who was far away enough from it that they would be like better I think she did research on someone who is a better plastic surgeon yeah so like I say this partially to reinforce what you just said we're like there's some mental health issues at play here first of all just with threatening suicide like yeah suicidal thoughts alone is mental health but then relate to other people as like here this is dangerous in your yeah yeah so in two thousand one she went to an Indiana surgeon named Dr Barry EPA lead to get a facelift I'm him and she literally told him her faces Saggy I wanna fix that from an old surgery and so he did the surgery and she was again very happy with it within months was calling and e mailing him almost every day yeah yeah oh and this time she said that she had respiratory problems from the surgery see she said that she couldn't close her mouth all the way she said that it had affected her neck muscles really badly she couldn't swallow right and she couldn't breathe right if she tilted her head back that's what she said and so Dr f Lee was apparently and this is really interesting because two thousand for the year following that surgery he the very responsive to her which means that she was going through this with him in two thousand two while getting sued by Dr Feldman and you can't find rules about both things so like os doctors never talk to each other Oh this is why it's been scrubbed so my because of the court case there are two cases they'd have had it scrubbed and those doctors probably at this point I've talked but at the time that people were writing about it publicly they didn't know each other they weren't aware of the those two cases raising guys listening to this podcast and share it immediately before it gets scrubbed their names I was like L. Way they're k. you're talking about the case we don't want you to talk about the case I look it up Dr Apple is still practicing and when's he going to get perfect kicked doctors always practicing never getting right malpractice makes perfect the doctors he was very responsive to it like very very responsive he would call her in and do more and more and more tests and and just kept saying her that he doesn't think there's actually much wrong this is normal I think that's like what I gather you are X. amount old doing oh so much yeah and also he like brought her in for other consultations consultations with other doctors and apparently they would do tests on her and she I had very specific ways she wanted them to do the tests that fucked the tests up sadly this two lines in an article that I read and I couldn't find any more info on that so I don't really know what that means but apparently she was being very nitpicky with these tests and very like aggravated yeah partially because she's been through this a lot you know Turn a fuck with them maybe trying to fuck with them the whole case open that she has legitimacy detour honestly maybe just like a little I don't know perhaps not has some sort of mental health issue you that she is not rooted in reality entirely maybe I don't know totally either way she started blogging about it during this period of time and so after a year of her blogging about it and you're talking to the doctor Oh yeah the doctor had her referred to pissed to a psychological therapist who diagnosed her as having body morphing disorder and well uh-huh I honestly think that almost just goes hand in hand with plastic surgery sure it's odd because it's so culturally acceptable that it's like man I almost feel like a low level body morpheus is almost just like what the coulter buddy has giving you but like yeah I mean that's plastic surgery is I don't like my body I have to change it which is fine not crazy that they said she has body just more of a disorder but it is crazy that she was like no I don't stop going to therapy use it as a thing of being like show they're crazy especially what this case seems like they're using it thing is that that Lucille literally was like I do not have that and stop going to the therapist yeah so like it's one of the tests right what do you mean was one of the test to see if she has like mental illness basically like this they were literally sending her to therapy is to get therapy I think that was okay as far yeah I'm yeah I don't know like I would think one of the tests for say this lawsuit would be like lawsuit yet okay no no this is.
"lucille" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"Active on the on the case like solve the crime rate said there's a seeming trail leading over to the body by the way this case is being solved by me undies I'm dot com for a sensible fit for men's underwear you sing it the coroner corners I understand what's the Promo Code Quip Quip Dot COM Slash detective John What's that Oh my God what's the under his hand there it's a promo code for still jeans faulk what was I gonNa say I don't remember well that's all right wow I was going to say something that was like from before and now I realize I shouldn't have said any of this stuff out loud at all this week in mind at all I think we're all rain rain we've been doing a lot of podcasting back and forth yeah oh I know we have a new shirt up suicide buddies thread list dot com it's our black metal info or short short shorts we have new shortstop by our shorts eat our show burying himself marrying I'm marrying myself well we'll talk about a countdown enough come on being yeah yeah we designed by Scranton specifically for Halloween season it's like a big fucking death metal logo made it looks so honestly you could wear this at any death metal concert and you will blend in and no one will know that you have mental health problems they'll just assume you're into normal Demon Chit Normal of Satan wanted the government to burn down normal luggage it you're psychotic and confident like they are no one will know that you are a coward say it looks we've been talking for a long time about putting it out and I'm glad it's coming out October a hallow- Halloween dude all hallows Eve the dark person prefer Halloween to Christmas crazy oh man I'm looking nooks you're a Christmas Guy I'm a nightmare before Christmas Guy Yeah call me Jack Skeleton and you're a cop man just like we say that kind of feel that way but it's like Oh dude I don't even like birthdays I prefer Arbor Day birthdays every time well Halloween Christmas is especially funny as thing because it's aac they're both cute they're always that's scary it's cute they're both just true you put like oranges in your window instead of red how sensitized are we yeah where it's like you can have like a murder tableau on your front lawn as your rations bloodshot like sprays shared it looks like someone came in with a shotgun and just go to everybody and then your kid who's does a ghost which is a dead person you like walk it up and you're like Oh look at that yeah you're like audit is cute nowadays put in the effort this year on you guys the decoration lewd there's the bloodshot ladder with the child's chalk line yeah yeah man when i WanNa do something really scary on my lawn I put up like a Halliburton logo I I put up a mailbox George Bush is union ah yeah man you really scare people yeah of psychologically terrifying things like when I opened the door I say things like your canceled you know what I mean you do it like a little zero and horror movie and I can't look at their phone and they don't have a twitter suicide buddies threatless dot com was the point Oh also go see Hampton on tour thank you to your welcome I see December December I'm putting up to date so my website Hamson yet dot com big one I want buddies especially to do because I know not a lot of people live in Wilmington North Carolina but I'm doing date December twelfth in Atlanta come on out a Thursday show seems like a real venue and it's going to be like superfund matter of fact if you live in Wilmington drive to Atlanta it's right in the death penalty you're you're fine with driving the I'm trying to punish Wilmington venue and so if everyone could go to the Atlanta one instead I think it's a fine venue but yeah I don't know it's a dead crow is that what you're doing dude I've heard that room is so good really oh yeah dude it's the same guy that ran street that comedy club which was like one of the few like incredible comedy clubs as people have talked about was to be on par with like comedy on state and Shit like that Oh yeah oh wow and they also like a nice cameras yeah you should I kind of was honestly yeah no I just didn't know I couldn't really tell from some of the emails back and forth because last time I was dealing with during that hurricane I couldn't tell if they were kind of like gambling with my life weird way they didn't cancel to like day before sort of thing side enough I was going to be flying in or hurricane was going to do it I out of defying sounds like maybe more you were playing with your life wasn't canceled so technically I would like it be giving John Lewis the gig be yeah it'd be it'd be like one more loss you know and I just didn't want to do that anyway so yeah please come check out the woman tha dates and I'm trying to set up this thing in Vienna Austria doing like the Nuremberg trial okay all righty Saturday Austria Sunday out Vienna Virginia and I don't know the date is isn't locked up yet but beyond the Cam all right now we were doing the suicide in history this week that the person who I'm sorry I I almost said committed suicide and I it was taught to me recently that that is a people in the industry or the mental health profession try not to say committed suicide taking your own life they say made an oopsy you did a yikes he made a boom yeah you're right I mean we've tried so many times but you know sorry totally you know I think it's totally world but it is something to pay attention to we shouldn't say committed suicide because it committed suicide makes it sound like it's a much more of a choice yeah more of a choice and like there there's something wrong with you or or you fucked up and I don't know I guess in the sense that I don't want you to commit suicide but you understand what I'm saying I think anyway don't commit suicide that's why I'm so terrified of people hurting themselves yeah Her name the woman who took her own life is Lucille Yucca Valley and this was recommended by a listener actually Charlotte King is her name she thank you so much in emails buddy's buddies but he's edgy dot com if you have a recommendation and we'll talk about her after the break yeah and if you write to us also you know just about anything with related to the show We always appreciate that thank you so much all right let's do an ad for toothpaste means you can we get the money like what Tom can't yeah we don't have me undies what about what's the let's start our own underwear brands and we'll go it you undies and you just like ask people for their underwear you know yeah the Crotch lists my big thing always sing the break Yeah that'd be great aerosols dying just off Mike how's this sound who's there off addle punished way we're not including this into the microphone I'm pretty good I'm punished being this dude who they're startled the aristotle yeah I mean Aristotle's dying basically folks showed us off Mike coughing into a rag that's aristotle that's not me that's not dave when you hear the moaning the sex wall moaning aristotle loan I WANNA go Living I'm recording hey you buddy all right we're going to Israel we we're going to talk about Lucille the worst host of all time the Azam of Louie Anderson and family here Tanqueray make guessing her name is Lucille Yucca Valley spell it I a C O v the L L I I guess I'll spell I name I first name Lucille L. U. C. I l. l. e. last name Yucca Valley Aco V. E. L. I got it yeah now Lucille W E I R D Al my name is your L. Gain TV and today we're GONNA be talking about Taco Grandes no I wanted to spell her name because I thought it was lack of Ellie but because the font that is used on Google Capital is look like lower case els you know what I mean and so but literally I had this thought I was just looking at Google and all these pages and I was like why does every single site start her last name with a lower case L I was I just thought it was lack of Ellie and literally no one was kept realizing her last name and then I was like oh it's an eye pus weird I'd sign of disrespect they're showing and it turned out that it's just that I'm stupid surname is Lucille Yucca Valley she lived in the Cape Cod area of Massachusetts and she died she took her own life in two thousand ten so this is like I normally don't do I normally don't pick recent ones but there was something about this one that made me there's a bit more recent but you know it's funny how two thousand ten we say that but it really actually was like about a decade ago yeah it's so funny like no it's a fully formed adult shit here Kushner adult he's an adult Nazi yeah totally yeah I wonder if my baby is going to be a Nazi born nineteen ninety-six yeah and it turns out they're old enough to have hey my baby's kind of do a Heil Hitler with his little baby legs saluting on his head what you can't see Hampton his I couldn't do in his own Meghan it's honestly regrows storable oh Arizona while relax noticed but then he keeps getting turned on Hamptons leg Oh shit and those noises are Oranje all all you're going to give me a big shot I there's something so funny to me that you're so horny you can't help but like sex MON owner that's what he's done I'm sorry he died. Aristotle died of Horn so uh-huh damn this is giving me way too much joy now I'm GonNa come you should throw out anything in life that doesn't bring you joy the weird thing that came into the cultural zeitgeist for about half of summer dude I wanNA fuck in diner in Pasadena on Saturday and I went to use the bathroom and on the wall was one of those like memes that's like a printed on would you know what I mean like eh nearby at target let's say like live love laugh shit like that yeah they're like garbage means you can buy a gas station.
"lucille" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Goldwyn girl is cast this asleep in Roman scandals and he told her that slaves had no eyebrow so she's shaved them off and they never grew back. Ah Own see that's my she always drawn with that. Little people cramping strengthening thing team like a bell not the team a little drying under face team. Oh ooh Brow Pencil all know what I spend my coffee no what now lives in the kitchen on the floor with the Kuban chicken re. I get that chicken after dizzy puts a Cuban chicken. Excuse me I mean Turkey back into the ICEBOX and George Helps Lucy to the macabre tan leather couch a Cobb comfort at an affordable price. Will you want to to sit one or the whole family and Fido too. We find that Lucy still doesn't have her memory back so I was a Goldwyn girl and not a golden girl. I keep telling you pussy cat. You weren't around for the show. I think she knows Ma. Listen your heart's in the right place ace but I don't know where your brain is at. This reminds me of this one time in Saint Olaf. Don't you start with me rose. No saint all of stories. Do you ladies think we've overstayed our welcome. Come with this bit declares. My mother used to always say get and get out and always leaving them wanting more. That's what proper ladies do. The problem is blanche. Inch is that you get in get naked and get out and that leaves them wanting more more visits to the doctor for the shots and the mother. That's enough enough girls. I've heard there's cheesecake in the kitchen next to the Cuban chicken. Shall we lettuce as you go. I just want to thank you for being a friend careful when you travel down that road as specially coming back again you know. I've always said if I ever threw a party loss air. Look at me concentrate. What do you mean you don't know who I am. Oh come on you married him not ringing a bell here here boys. She doesn't get the ting either Mac that off lucy. He was a famous Cuban bandleader Xavier Cougar. I'm married to save your Cougar. I can't believe it. I'm married to these Google Lucy wrong Cuban bandleader later on. I was your personnel funny. You don't look like William Holden the me. I'm busy. I miss honey we mom instead of chaos. Tony Calls I would twenty three twenty and by this point I read at the urging of MGM. We fell in Love Avenue. Look within a year you also file for divorce within that next year while I guess but we must pass and Kuba. It seems to me that Lucille move faster and she filed for divorce because he she caught you cheating on par Kuban. Hey It's coming back to me now. You Cuban son of a bitch does he. I think she thinks she caught you. She doesn't realize it worked itself without Louis C. Honey. No I love you. What if we agree to work on projects together. Stop travelling the country as a bandleader and you can stop doing so many b movies. I don't know I have a lot going for me as queen of the B. Movies I mean I even have my radio. Show called my favorite husband. No that's not it. I don't even like him that much right now but there's something about that. Cuban charm you know the network executives have been after me about turning my radio show into a new medium called television television. SOPs fancy sounds like a flash in the PAN TO ME. It would never catch on. You probably shouldn't do it all right. I'll do it. I'll go to a network exects and tell them I'm willing to turn my radio show into a TV show and does he complain. My husband sure that sounds great. Wait where does that put me out of a job down here on the horse firm. We take great care in in our animals. We feed them nothing but the finest oats. We let them run all day in the endless pastures. We take time each day to brush. Their beautiful tales. End Means Look at Young Joey. They're writing that horse into the sunset. It's a beautiful sight. You see it when you appreciate what this majestic animal has to offer the world. You see the world just a little bit different. Horses God's finance creatures. This is a Jello Commercial J. E. L. L. O. Yum yum after having traveled to the network executive offices in their new Ford mercury woody a car the size of a backyard Gazebo but had all the prestige of the finest champagnes when you want to travel with all the family and maybe also your neighbors family and possibly also your neighbors neighbors family then you WANNA woody who doesn't wanNA woody communist Munis taps who anyway it turns out the network executives. Don't believe that America would believe that. Dizzy and Lucy are a married couple. Are we are married. I know honey but clearly that's not enough for them. They don't think that America will believe you could ever land such a hot redhead is myself. Maybe they don't think America ever believe believe you can land a spicy. Kuban such as myself or maybe they don't think America will believe you're married because they're a bunch of racists bigots. An in an interracial couple has never graced television before man. Why.
"lucille" Discussed on Podcast 42
"The J. E. L. L. O. Jello. It comes in Cherry Purple Women Red and orange. It's Jello Yum yum yum yum yum pull. What is it horse. No we don't know that Jello yum the off now Lucille Ball as Lucille Ball. I'm doing. Ucla ball things. Let's look in the seal is in the kitchen and George is working in his study smoking his pipe and pretending to read a newspaper remember. This is nineteen fifty and the Internet does not exist. I wish this wasn't nineteen. Gene fifty and I have some Internet porn to watch. What's that dear. I'm in the kitchen and you're in the study smoking your pipe and pretending to read a newspaper paper. Nothing dear will dinner be ready. Whatever ubereats delivers it. It's nothing dear. I'm just a stereotypical housewife dinner. I'll make his dinner. Oh dear. What am I going to make dinner. Let me look in the ICEBOX. everything is frozen. The Turkey looks like Jack Nicholson in the shining. I can't even get it out of the ICEBOX. It's got icicles frozen to it. It is literally literally stuck in their everything. Okay and they're dear now. Yes everything is good. Everything's okay. Hey just on a sturdy leg. You need some help. Everything is good. UC. Are you okay. You're on the floor with a giant Turkey on your head. Wake up wake up. Are you Santa Claus. What no I'm your radio husband George George George Claus who am I. Where am I tell you I really WanNa know Roger Daltry from the WHO. What are you doing here? I said you can't explain. I'm feeling feeling good. Now can't explain all right all right. Roger boy run along now anyway back back to the task on hand. I'm George Cooper and you're Liz Cooper Lucy. That's ridiculous. Oh everything is foggy Lewis. Stay calm. Maybe I can help out. George have added dizzy or should I say ricky not it matters. Both of you are married to Lucy. Lucille and we were both Cuban band leaders that matters are you boys. He's here to help me or are you just playing planning on playing a rousing game of stare at the lady on the floor with a giant frozen Turkey on her head. Oh chicken. I'm so hungry. It's a Turkey. Does that's what I said. Cuban chicken all I see is bees. Why do I see bees. George are got it from your George. You can get back to your third billing on creature from the black lagoon buzz buzz boys. I'm about to pollinate on the floor here with his big bump on my ahead and dead Turkey by my side chicken what ever it is listen dear to clean the movies at one point I was. I'm a movie star. Since I'm a movie star. You can cook your own Cuban chicken. Well hold up Lucy. You are okay but you were. Nobody Davis Bette Davis. I think we were in school together and I believe she was jealous of my acting skills. Hold onto into your hats folks. We're in for a bumpy ride. It was you Lucille who is jealous of my acting powis. It's coming back to me now. I remember remember you. You teased me unease me just to please me you were precocious. I mostly remember you for your is. My is my bette. Davis is well. I saw you get kicked out of the John. Mary Anderson Anderson School for Dramatic Arts Manhattan in fact the instructors told you to your face that you would not be successful in entertainment and they obviously lanee talent. They loved me. I love the macgyver school acting very classy. No no no is the John Murray Anderson School of acting not the Richard Dean Anderson School of acting. That's too bad Richard mckeon actor out of a paper clip same weight. I remember how awful they were to me. They just made me even more determined to show them. I belonged besides all I learned in drama. School was how to be frightened. Explains Your career Bette Eddie Davis after acting school I was hired by Hattie Carnegie as an in house model where they ordered me to die my hair from Brown to raw no blonde and you know what I learned. Blondes really do have more fun. No had he taught me how to slough properly and a thousand dollar dress and over forty thousand dollars tabled coats as casually as rabbit later. I was a chesterfield cigarette girl and even did some on some work under the name Dian Belmont. Oh that hurts my head quaint what's going on. Who Am I. My head feels like Jello a speaking of Jello. Hello swelling. Jello get some sunshiny Lemon Jello. That's the yellow on some fruit chews full dice. Ken Fruit get the can from the back of the Pantry you know with all the dust on it but dusted off before you open it and the next throw in those Nasty Mary Chino Cherries and put the whole thing and your mom's meatloaf pin and finally finally sprinkled coconut on top for that extra off-putting texture and taste and there you have it a treat that you can bring to the family picnic that no one will touch attach. It's a treat to ignore and a place for the flights to land look for those red letters on the bucks J. E. L. L. Cello Yum off as we come back to the Cooper House deshea Georgia sitting on the.
"lucille" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lucille, both of them. Just recently opened. If left you got a location, right. You've got a location. So you've got them covered. So let's talk this week. A lot of different subjects, but one of the shoes that comes with untreated hearing loss. What's what's the problem? What's the news about that? There's a lot of information coming out about how the brain functions. With if the brain can't hear and so with untreated hearing loss that if you can't store the information that you're going to have problems remembering so often patients who have a lot of memory issues. If you see in Rajasthan might actually say to check your hearing see how you doing there along with a lot of other testing, but we know it can affect memory, cognition. So we know if you can't hear you're not gonna think twice about it in the store that information correctly. There's a link with oppression and lots of research coming out with untreated hearing loss dementia. Can lead the high blood pressure higher risk of falls untreated, hearing loss. So we know that untreated hearing loss. Not only does it not help us communicate with our family and friends that can lead to a lot of shoes. Well, but we know it can lead to long term brain changes when you that loftier less. I gotta get in there. Get my year actually think about if you can't hear you're not gonna function well, and you're not going to be active in your world. So that means that you can lead the Prussian become a reclusive. You. Don't wanna go the restaurants, while your friends and family are going because you can't hear in that environment, and that's hard. So people come in hearing check, maybe some of them don't necessarily need here. Hearing a lot from patience. I mean, we're pretty honest. If you're hearing is fairly normal for the speech range will say, you know, let's talk about some communication strategies other things you can try sometimes over the counter devices can be really helpful for certain patients. But if you are hearing candidate, and we will definitely look fear. Insurance. If there's a benefit go through where you struggle go through what devices would be best for you. What they look like different features that would be helpful. So we really narrow down because there's a huge list of hearing technology, and what will work we offer. Hearing aids started a few hundred dollars all the way up to a few thousand and we do that as a range because not everyone needs top of the line technology, but some people do and some people want that because that's just their needs. And other people just wanna hear their family and friends, and that's your needs. And so we have a device for that clarity versus hearing. I mean, you want both both sides tell and we'd to work with all hearing aid manufacturers, which is really nice. So if something doesn't work for you there. We can always find something that does.
"lucille" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Nasa's maybe this morning you know more than i do does your homework ask the best memory i do i do do my homework when i'm when i'm talking to especially when i'm talking to alleged i'll tell you but lucy used to come over to your set and and check things out because she thought it was fabulous right wow you can have that that's where we i think i met her i don did with our big time ultimately i bonded with her family mostly you know loose lucy the daughter was a close friend of mine and you know lucille ball was this ripped dramatic fact she was always invite me over to our house while she was doing her makeup her bathroom and we dialogue for an hour as time screw this was you know that family was great and you know we were real close to that of course she hadn't been next door to western paramount will probably never never had never happened you know the sad part was i talk about yourself a time when we will with all these stars and all these faith or whoever they were they were more than the ones we work with of course you carry a camera rag and take a picture that was called cell phones so i have very few pictures of being with these people i know that's kind of a bummer i know what you're saying.
"lucille" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Lucille a home did i say lucille spelled differently but also the name of the san francisco giants mascot so all right tell us about this little three year old dock say she's the cutest you guys go on dot com you'll see pictures of our with her little space just nestled into the arrest of chair i mean she's so sweet oh so cute yeah so tell us about thr three year old dachshund dachshund and i think you're right the picture says it all that's why our listeners have to check this out yeah so she is a a smooth hair doc brown and adorable and she's just an absolute love bug and these dogs i had a doctor that one point she and they are just the most loyal loving little doll fairs so so sweep i wanna be by your side all the time but they have big personalities okay now you guys usually have specifics in mind what kind of family what kind of people what kind of home what are you looking for.