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Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

"Actor Betty Lynne best known for playing Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show has died at the age of ninety five she died Saturday after a brief illness I'm marquees are a letter with a look at her career Betty Lynn had a thirteen year career acting in other TV series and films before she landed the part of Barney Fife's sweetheart on The Andy Griffith Show some of her first gigs were performing as part of U. S. O. Campe shows in nineteen forty four well Lynn lived in Los Angeles for a good part of her career in two thousand seven she moved permanently to Mount Airy North Carolina where the Andy Griffith show was filmed she said in a twenty fifteen AP interview she was tickled that people still wanted her autograph I'm touched by all of this I I think it's a miraculous kind of thing

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Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game

"Game for the AL division series between the white Sox and visiting Astros was pushed back to Tuesday Carlos for Donna still scheduled to start for Chicago on Tuesday with game one starter lance Lynn available out of the bullpen Astros manager dusty Baker will go with lance McCullers instead of Jose or Katie the big topic at the ballpark Monday was accusations from white Sox reliever Ryan Tepera who said the Astros were stealing signs during the first two games of the series in Houston Baker didn't seem bothered by to Paris charge most listened to Eric Clapton this morning and

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Lynn to start Game 1 of ALDS for White Sox against Astros

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Lynn to start Game 1 of ALDS for White Sox against Astros

"The white Sox and Astros were separated by just two wins as they captured their respective division titles but Houston took the season series five to two the Astros are making their fifth consecutive postseason appearance the white Sox are consecutive playoffs for the first time in franchise history a pair of glasses of the game one starters lance Lynn goes for the white Sox after going eleven and six with a two point six nine ERA in the regular season the Astros go with lance McCullers junior who is thirteen and five with a three point one six earned run average the Astros will send farmer Valdez to the mound for game two against Lucas Giolito I'm Dave Ferrie

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FreeBritney: What to know about Spears conservatorship case

Ace and TJ

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

FreeBritney: What to know about Spears conservatorship case

"You're over the britney spears stuff but today's big day because it could be the end of the conservative ship A hearing today everybody's going to be present. Jamie jamie lint. No jamie listen jamie. And what's the mom's name lynn. They're both going to be there attorneys her her sisters named jamie lee man named after both of anybody else. Watch netflix documentary yesterday. I i did a mouse about halfway and had to stop. And i was trying not to but i did. Hey i'm going to do it this weekend. It was really good we to fight for britain afterward. I was hooked all the way hashtag free brittany so that could be over today. We'll

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July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:56 min | 2 months ago

July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

"We have some great comedy coming from a comic impressionist from right here. In sacramento guys. Ready right alex rock last year the winner sisters all the way to number one your yard that crazy old land from the david letterman show is the same. Mr larry but melon ars lowered floor. But just i am about pollution control and i like it there for kind of a rowdy kid. When i was young we got way out. We did some crazy things like my mom would come in. We'd be fooling around. You cut out horsely. How long timmy's nailing metal shoes to my feet. Yeah we were riding my brother that got stoned on the weekends. You know and they made excuses for their lack of behavior. Like ask to do things like fred. Let's go to the part. is it free. La

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Who Should USC Hire as Its Next Coach?

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Who Should USC Hire as Its Next Coach?

"So i think. Usc should go get a nfl coach. I think name image likeness is going to be a little bit of an avalanche the next decade and these nfl coaches are not control freaks. They've dealt with players getting paid. They're very comfortable with it. They've got owners in the nfl. they're not in the. I have to control everything. Business i said doug peterson to me matt. Nagy if the if the bears fired him anthony lynn. All one playoff games in the nfl. All have a presence If you go. Look at usc miami and ucla three urban universities. If you look at the coaches that are had the most success. Pete carroll john robinson. Usc pro coaches chip kelly. Pro coaches getting it rolling dick for meal. Ucla pro coach. How 'bout miami. Last time they won. Butch davis dennis. Erickson jimmy johnson.

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Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

ESPN FC

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Man United's Poor UCL Form Continues

"Start with one of the first matches of the day from group. Play manchester united away two young boys and despite having an early lead through cristiano ronaldo goal in the thirteen. Th minute manchester. United fall to one airlangga. Asakusa sent off in first half after that it was pretty much. All the swiss champions who scored twice in the second half their game winner comes off a jesse lynn guard. Air jordan p faulk. The american provides the winner for young voice. Craig to slip it in. There was a story of the game after all. What a way to kind of squander momentum of the weekend you even even lives in amman our expected to still see united stronger than the where against a team who i think of a five games into this season only have eight points setting and fourths or not not the strongest sade and even up to that point eight minutes or so. When he got sent off wasn't a brilliant performance. Yeah rinaldo surprise. Surprise gone go to target and ninety minutes or we lose amman. Not not very good no.

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Will Biden's New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Hold up in Court?

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Will Biden's New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Hold up in Court?

"Big announcement from the president. Yesterday he told the country he's now mandating covert vaccines for any employer who has more than one hundred employees or people are going to be required to get tested regularly at their expense. It short end up in the court system somewhere. Which is why we turn to our constitutional law expert. David co from lynn. Pinker hurston swagman. Good morning david your morning. How're you doing. Good let's get right to it is. It's going to hold up in court. Well it's It's got some trouble sign trouble. Lights flashing on it He what he did was he said. I'm going to ask the department of labor which means osha to come up with some regulations that require businesses to the stuff. You're saying about testing with employers over one hundred people Okay fair enough. The president can make that request of the agency but presidents do that a lot and when agency start rushing to try to please the boss courts get real interested remember. president trump. Had this happened a lot like the end. The daca case and you know courts are skeptical with agencies rush their work so what arguments are opponents gonna use if they file legislation or file a lawsuit. So they're gonna say the phrase they used in the challenges to some of the regulations encouraged by the trump administration. Were the the phrase in the law is arbitrary and capricious which is a fancy way of saying. They didn't show their work. There's a set way you're supposed to go about enacting a new rule. When you're an administrative agency any agency not just osha and we're agencies get in trouble is when the president says we've got to do this real quick if god did this real quick and they come out with something kinda controversial. They have heard from everyone. They haven't built a full record. The courts are going to say guys you didn't you didn't show your work it's arbitrary and capricious you've got to go back to square one

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A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

The World and Everything In It

02:04 min | 3 months ago

A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power

"In august twenty twenty protesters took to the streets in belarus following a presidential election. There that almost no one trusted but more than a year after that the man often referred to as europe's last dictator alexander lukashenko remains in power and opposition leaders fed lonard seek sky is still in exile in lithuania with top officials in her political party sentenced to prison just yesterday. Even though observers say seeking of sky was the rightful winner of that election. So where do things stand now. And how are christians faring. World's european correspondent jenny lynn schmidt reports in the years since protests filled. The streets of many belarussians watched in dismay as the nation's troubles faded from the international spotlight. That changed in may when alexander lukashenko forced a flight from greece to lithuania to land in belarus authorities boarded. The plane arrested opposition journalist. Remind pro to save sage and his girlfriend sofia so paige and threw them in jail. The european union and the united states quickly imposed sanctions lukashenko retaliated by releasing migrants across the border into the eu. Hannah luebbe cova is a journalist from minsk and a fellow with the atlantic council. The regime came up with this idea to bring migrants from iraq or other countries to belarus. And then help them to cross the border authorities. Lithuanian poland have reported seeing belarussian guards. Forcefully push migrants into their countries last week. Poland declared a state of emergency for two provinces as more than thirty. Two hundred migrants tried to cross from belarus illegally. Well of course it was revenge from look. Shane pick you wanted to. This is the situation. You wanted to artificially create a crisis on the border with boroughs. But luke says that means western sanctions are working. Lukashenko's recent release. A few political prisoners is another sign. Baluba cova says the sanctions have loopholes. That be closed

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Aligning Your Brand and Personal Values to Stand out in the Marketplace

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:28 min | 3 months ago

Aligning Your Brand and Personal Values to Stand out in the Marketplace

"Today's world we have to stand out. We must stand out. So how can we align both our brands and our personal values that will allow us to stand out in the marketplace. Today i love that question. John you know. I've spent realistically the majority of my life being an entrepreneur at eight years old. I was knocking on doors selling boy scout stuff so i can fun trips by ten. I was taking candy from the candy store and selling it on the streets like literature survive at thirteen. Even though it's not great. I did sell drugs because i had to survive. And i've always been thinking about branding and marketing and you stand out in the marketplace. Ever since i was little because literally meant survival. And today i've been very very fortunate to work with companies like coca cola red bull for roses lynn's baby and tons other and of course my own brand think unbroken when you understand this about branding and marketing and standing out in the marketplace that your values can be the cornerstone for what people cradle alignment with. Then you can stand above those who do not have them. Values are everything. My values personally also correspond with the brand values of my business honesty kindness leadership self. Because i'm always thinking about who. I am every single day that allows me to parlay at with the brand that way when i'm approaching the ford facing marketing. I know exactly the message that i'm delivering if you do not know your values my challenge for us to figure that out as soon as humanly possible. I wouldn't even go to bed tonight unless you can decide. Who am i. And what do i stand for. Why because it's the old adage if you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything and having values individual and whether or not they correspond with your brand give you the ability to put your feet down in cement. The beginning of a legacy. Because what i'm always thinking about is when you look back and you think about the choices and decisions you made over the course of the last six months john. Were they alignment with your values. Were they in alignment with the brand. Were they in alignment with your mission because if you filter everything through your values i whatever that value may be for you and for your brand then you know that you will always be making the right choices the right decisions and choosing right actions.

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Downward Facing Log

Mind Body No Soul

02:28 min | 3 months ago

Downward Facing Log

"Week's guided meditation for the constantly constipated the digestive warriors struggling for regularity and release the gluten go-getters. The defiant lactose intolerant. The horse lynn princesses. It doesn't matter that you're filled to the brim with undigested food. You still reach for that. Grew yay cheese. Canape and glass of temper neo. And that's what. I love about you girly if you find yourself stressed and overwhelmed by the state of your colon. This one's for you. If you find yourself cradling your belly like your the fucking octo mom but instead of eight babies your pregnant with a penny. Ar abbiati this one's for you if you're five laxative. Sti writhing in pain over your toto toilet rain. Too sweet baby. Hey seuss for even a micro bowel movement. This one's for you. I'd like for you now. Throw yourself on the bathroom floor. Preferrably close to a toilet schussed in case the syrupy smooth textures of my voice act has a natural auditory stool softener.

Who Is Shang-Chi? A Review of Marvel's Latest Blockbuster

The Big Picture

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Who Is Shang-Chi? A Review of Marvel's Latest Blockbuster

"Who is chunky. And why should we care about him so strong. She has like pretty unique origins. As as it goes for marvel characters he was created by steve englehart and gemstar. Lynn in nineteen seventy. Three james stalin's the same guy that Creative thanos who who were all very familiar with absolutely inevitable. He really came. This came at the height of the phenomenon as sweeping across america after the success of daycare. Deans kung-fu series on abc. Which actually was the inspiration for this character. And really like after bruce. Lee's enter the dragon calms in like that really skyrockets. His his popularity in shanxi capitalizes off of that but at least for for the characters origins well like it was really unique character because he was built around his father and his father was a character that was licensed property off of Sacks roamers fu manchu. Who is as you likely now. Very very problematic figure and one of the most prolific Really pulp villains of the twentieth century. So this character really grows From that origin from that kind of lens of being for like a white audience at a time when they're just trying to go off of this this really craze of kung fu.

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How Will the Taliban Govern Afghanistan?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:07 min | 3 months ago

How Will the Taliban Govern Afghanistan?

"Now that the taliban has swept back into power in afghanistan after twenty years of war there shortly planning to reveal a new government. The new administration is keen to be recognized by the west as a legitimate power as the country faces economic meltdown and his badly in need of donor. Funds will join me on the line. Now is lynn o'donnell former ap and af bureau chief in afghanistan lynn. Thanks for coming on the program again. Before two thousand one when the taliban previously controlled the country what was the system of government. They used the hydro georgina. Thanks for having me on. It was pretty much a top down system with mullah omar the woman i'd later and co founder of the organization. Very much in charge. We're seeing now is is pretty much It looks like they going to have the man who has The job the position. That laura my head harbour tiller khanzada also as a symbolic head with finger bad conservatories that he hasn't been seen in public for a couple of years and they have been rumors that he died of covered last year. So there remains to be seen. But i'm below that pew type sort of symbolic position There is likely to be twelve man governing shura council and there were there was talk a couple of weeks diamonds. People that i was discussing this with that they would be. They were aiming for an inclusive style of government. That would bring me in People from an ethnic and religious groups that are not of the Same ilk the as the taliban instance Has ours was based at tadjiks and as she is but what they've been doing. So far indicates says inclusivity is not really likely to be at the heart of what if a government i come up with in the near

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Threats Persist as the U.S. Plans to Continue Evacuations From Kabul

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Threats Persist as the U.S. Plans to Continue Evacuations From Kabul

"Joe biden says the us airlift from kabul wilkinson you despite yesterday's jihadist attack which killed more than ninety people including thirty in. Us troops more than one hundred thousand people have so far being evacuated from afghanistan. Bassem many more want to leave ahead of next week's withdrawal deadline. Well one of those who managed to make it out of afghanistan in recent weeks is regular monocle twenty four contribution lynn o'donnell limits columnist for foreign policy magazine and former ap and af bureau chief in afghanistan and. I say that she joins me in the studio here in london. Welcome lynn how. Thanks joey i recap how you have made. Its to london now you to leave afghanistan. Almost two weeks ago on the fifteenth. Yes i was on the last commercial flight to leave kabul around about nine. Am i think we will wheels up around around about ten past nine on the fifteenth and I was traveling with my friend and colleague massoud husseini who's a pulitzer prize winning photographer and we had spent three months covering the The roll out of the war and it was while we were in herat probably a week or so earlier We watched herat falling and we were there. We meant to stay for just two days. We were trapped in herat four or five days. The taliban were back and forth and taking the airport taking the airport road and we sat there and we sent to each other. Massoud had a had a dutch visa that expired on the city. I it's time for us to go once rat falls. It's just a matter of time and so we back to kabul and we bought our tickets and a couple of days later Massoud was in the same ticket office and there were a thousand people lining up clamoring for tickets so we felt incredibly lucky when we touched down in east ambuhl Five hours after takeoff. It was in that we found out that the city had fallen the signs. Were there for days ahead and we were shocked but not surprised

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Lawyers Allied With Trump Penalized Over Michigan Lawsuit

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Lawyers Allied With Trump Penalized Over Michigan Lawsuit

"A federal judge has issued a scathing rebuke of nine lawyers aligned with former president trump who face sanctions over their challenge of Michigan's election results the nine lawyers are facing financial penalties and other sanctions as US district judge Linda Parker said a lawsuit they filed last fall was a sham intended to deceive the court and the public she accuses the lawyers of abusing the court system challenging Joe Biden's victory after the state had certified its election results she says the attorneys which includes Sidney Powell and Lynn would scorn their oath the judges as the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan to tally up how much defending that lawsuit cost I'm Jacki quit

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Loretta Lynn's Beloved Ranch Foreman Dies in Tennessee Flood

Seattle's Morning News

01:07 min | 3 months ago

Loretta Lynn's Beloved Ranch Foreman Dies in Tennessee Flood

How to Find a Mentor and Be a Successful Manager

CodeNewbie

01:44 min | 3 months ago

How to Find a Mentor and Be a Successful Manager

"So tell us about how you got interested in code when i was in about grade. Three very slow which is about eight years old. I'll primary school got a set of computers and straighter the lab though at about four to six computers in the that was Squad got and they asked parents of the school if they were interested in enrolling children for often compete lessons and for some reason which i don't know my parents decided to enroll me fafsa mischievous at home and i started attending those computer classes and we didn't do anything complicated. Did like i remember. One particular program was like typing to program. We yet to that. Try type in like a sentence in the faucets diamond. You'd have the record and everything. But as a result of being exposed to competing debt early on as the school got more computers than computing became more combine. it goes across. Zimbabwe studied my primary school in high school and I was always good at it. And data than most other students within exposed later on in my high school korea i started doing actual computer science coating. I think what it's supposed to. Coding stuttered incomplete assigns. End as it was odd. I gained because i've been supposed to computing machines odia. I was good at the computer. Science side of it that really got some good interest in it And that. Lynn obviously took me to studying at university and everything but the roots reading comeback to that small computer lab which not everyone dope which you need to go through to that and my parents decided it would be useful for me to studying computer. That early on

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4 of Florida's 5 Largest School Districts to Require Masks

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

4 of Florida's 5 Largest School Districts to Require Masks

"Four of the five largest school districts in Florida or defying an executive order by governor Ron DeSantis barring them from imposing strict masc mandates in schools one of those school districts in Hillsborough County which decided to go with the thirty day mask mandate the school superintendent there is Addison Davis no one wants to wear a mask for those who yes bar not too but sometimes we've got to do something that's great for the community's Davis on WFTS TV along with school board chair Lynn gray we're just asking for a thirty day tech to measure this is not the least we can do for children it's not if it saves one life schools in both Hillsborough and Palm Beach counties began a week ago and already thousands of children have been sent home either because they have the virus or have been exposed to it I Shelley handler

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"lynn " Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"lynn " Discussed on /Film Daily

"Of these actually over four hundred of them that lynn fisher has put together has grabbed from all these various streaming services and collected and done all this legwork to create this website. That looks incredible. It's fully deep dive kind of thing where you can just get lost in a rabbit hole and spend hours just clicking around and it's all very very well done and incredibly impressive so when team slash film Discovered this yesterday. I wrote about it on the site and i reached out to lynn on twitter and asked her if she'd be interested in talking with me about how she came up with this whole thing and how she went through the process of making it and all of that. She actually has several other websites. That are all equally impressive. I'll put a link to her other work in the show notes on encourage you to check that out if you like what you're about to hear so yeah i guess before we dive right into the conversation just one other little caveat is that this conversation was recorded be zoom and it was. I didn't know that we're going to use this as the podcast episode today so the conversation is a little more free flowing than what we normally have on the show so stick with us but i think it's a great conversation in a cool insight into a creative mind somebody that i'm going to be paying close attention to going forward. So here is my conversation with lynn fischer. Congratulations on this website is incredible amazing. My entire like all of my work friends. My entire staff are slack was going nuts hottest thing. I mean you've tapped into something. That is very primal googlers. I think so. Where did this idea come from what what drove you to create this. I guess just a little background. I just for fun. Make kind of these intense. We curated websites. I went to your portfolio.

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"lynn " Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"lynn " Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"Alot hello welcome back to another episode of the influence or podcast. Today we were talking all about time management. Which doesn't need more of that and efficiency and we are doing matt today with lynn winter. Lynn is an attorney. She is also time management and efficiency expert and she is one of my incredible clients in members in shah inside my high level. Coaching program shine so inside nine. What we do is we bring proven leaders entrepreneurs together so they can grow to that next level of impacted influenced are looking for so these are leaders who they know what they're doing right like they have the credibility have the expertise. They have grown a business or they work in a business and they really have that background however what is missing. Is that not a lot of people really know who they are. They are missing this bit of exposure to really take him to that next level. And that's what we help them with inside shine so with that said i have a lot of experts in this community and because they are incredible it what they do they have a lot of talent and i love to bring that talent to you on the podcast and so one of the expertise is today that we're diving into its lynn. Is that time management and efficiency piece. We really break down and she gives an awesome tangible breakdown takeaway about if you feel super overwhelmed are like lost in your day and how you're managing your business how you can break that down to two creates or priorities really hone in on what those four priorities are causing your core for so you can then be more efficient with your time and also more productive with your time which of course leads to more success so if you are someone who feels like you need help with managing your time. We're.

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"lynn " Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"lynn " Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Hello and welcome to south beach sessions. You know we are growing around here at meadow lark media. We are adding a lot of voices and people and talents and expertise is that are someone and people that. I think that you're are going to really grow to admire and love their work. If you don't already and lynn novick has been someone who has been making great documentaries with. Ken burns for a long time. The latest is hemingway. It is exhaustive. It is profound. It is humanizing his complicated and i want to talk to her about that because it like much of what she makes is artful on subject matter where the degree of difficulty. I don't believe people understand how hard it is to go through archives and keep that visually stimulating when you're going through such dense and complicated subject matters so anyways i'm thrilled to have lynn. Novick doing advisory stuff and consulting stuff for metal arc. Median thrilled to have her on with us now to talk about her latest work which is as i said as all of them seem to be len and thank you for joining us exhaustive. Did you enjoy this process. Are you someone who enjoys the meticulous thoroughness of having to go through every piece of dust and particle in. Someone's past and bring it to life. Thank you for having me. And i'm really excited to be working with all of you and you know just to say that i don't think enjoys probably the right word. It's totally absorbing and captivating and just lose yourself in a story in the material and that's a wonderful feeling i. I think it's almost ken to what i've heard described as flow. Where you sort of lose track.

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"lynn " Discussed on Photography Radio

Photography Radio

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"lynn " Discussed on Photography Radio

"To the american west. We're talking landscape. Photography we're talking medium and large format and one of the country's if not the world's best landscape photographers today. We're talking with lynn radical lynn. How you doing today. good. Thanks god well and thank you for joining us. I am looking forward to this. Because i love the work you do. We're talking straight out of the tradition of ansel adams here as a matter of fact you you've got some connections there but black and white beautiful desert landscapes. Everybody that's listening. Of course there is a website and get a chance to go there as soon as you possibly can is ready. Photography dot com r. a. d. e. k. a. photography dot com. Always one word. And you are going to see some of the most inspiring and technically proficient and really sort of jaw dropping landscape images of the american west. That you're ever gonna see lynn. What what drew you landscape work at the very beginning. How'd you get started and going outside. The interesting thing is back in the nineteen sixty eight nine. Seen the sixty nine. Now i'd be looking through top. Gerbasi side says started again and tristian tucker fee in general and i noticed that the photographs. They root a spoke to me day rue he stood out the just heavy keep staring out. Hand that name until under the ore win or full of others. As general eight and images and in chorus not now weakening who. I was well as yeah i self. All this lady is pretty good. I didn't know is a male name but adventure show ya. My parents bought me a monopoly. Talk at soccer. T one Camera free graduation gale on sixty nine ria laid out he started a is led attell lectures by an slow kotla university is in the area. And i got to me tim that way. Those lectures were just so so as hiring and watching a slot page show any hearing in his descriptions of some of his images. Just blew me away. I mean that really. You know really gothic going. Oh my i. I am just i wish i had the opportunity and probably the inside at the time to attend any of those lectures. I never never got a chance. Do you remember the first shots that you took trying to work in school. Yes i zinc where the early this show up said on still happy with Rock four and was josh twig tree. And i did send you an image of their deed date event actual photographic nineteen eighty sex..

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"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Job. At this point in the conversation linen. I took a deeper dive into the nature of the relationships. She was having with older men. That was it predatory. Was it healthy? Was it possible that it could be some combination of both? I think it's an important conversation because we talked about how our view of a situation determines whether we feel victimized or not and how the accepted cultural narrative doesn't always match our experience. It's a really interesting conversation that we didn't have time for in the regular episode. So I hope you'll go over to patreon.com forward slash good girls talk about subjects. And listen there. We also talked about how having had a history of violent homes Lynn manage to create a home without violence for her, son how she approached the the topic of sex with her son and how her relationship with her body has changed since she entered perimenopause. Plus, of course the lowdown Q&A which we didn't have room for in this supersized episode audio extras are free to everyone at patreon.com, regardless of whether you're a financial contributor. If you have a few dollars to pledge in support of my work each month, I will gratefully accept but if you don't, I completely understand and I honor you for taking care of yourself. Remember you can access the audio extras at patreon.com forward slash girl to talk about sex to access the audio extras for free click the link in the app, you're listening on now create a patreon login and follow my account page to get updates when I post new audio extras. If you are a financial contributor, you've got a special RSS feed in your patreon account. So the audio off Does show up automatically in your podcast app? You can find out more and become a Community.

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"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Job. At this point in the conversation linen. I took a deeper dive into the nature of the relationships. She was having with older men. That was it predatory. Was it healthy? Was it possible that it could be some combination of both? I think it's an important conversation because we talked about how our view of a situation determines whether we feel victimized or not and how the accepted cultural narrative doesn't always match our experience. It's a really interesting conversation that we didn't have time for in the regular episode. So I hope you'll go over to patreon.com forward slash good girls talk about subjects. And listen there. We also talked about how having had a history of violent homes Lynn manage to create a home without violence for her, son how she approached the the topic of sex with her son and how her relationship with her body has changed since she entered perimenopause. Plus, of course the lowdown Q&A which we didn't have room for in this supersized episode audio extras are free to everyone at patreon.com, regardless of whether you're a financial contributor. If you have a few dollars to pledge in support of my work each month, I will gratefully accept but if you don't, I completely understand and I honor you for taking care of yourself. Remember you can access the audio extras at patreon.com forward slash girl to talk about sex to access the audio extras for free click the link in the app, you're listening on now create a patreon login and follow my account page to get updates when I post new audio extras. If you are a financial contributor, you've got a special RSS feed in your patreon account. So the audio off Does show up automatically in your podcast app? You can find out more and become a Community.

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"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Welcome to Good Girls Talk About Sex. I'm sex educator and sexual communication coach Lia carry and this is a place to share conversations with all sorts of women about their experience of sexuality. These are unfiltered conversations between adult women talking about sex. If anything about the previous sentence offends. You took a turn back now, And if you're looking for a trigger warning, you're not going to get it from me. I believe that you are stronger than the trauma you have experienced. I have faith in your ability to deal with things that upset. You sound good. Let's start the show. Hey friends, if you've been listening for a while, you know, I get excited about pretty much every episode. In fact, someone asked me recently what my favorite episode of this show off is and I said that's like asking a mother to choose her favorite child. It's impossible because so many of them are so good. So you're not going to be surprised to hear that. I'm super excited about this episode and the next one and not just because the conversations are so great. It's because I feel like we've been able to get someone to go on the record talking about her experience with a sex worker and her experience mirrors my own story of healing so much that I can't wait to share it with you. And then in two weeks, I'll be speaking with a full-service sex worker about her history her experiences in the industry the healing she sees clients getting from her work whether she derives sexual pleasure from her work and so much more both this episode and the episode in two weeks are super sized and that's because these stories take some time to tell this week There's a lot in Lynn's Young Life to process the situation a childhood home that sent her into the arms of older men looking for the love. She craved and abusive marriage at age sixteen getting out of that marriage an infant and then we get to the story of her current marriage and how they ended up seeing a sex worker separately and together. And you'll hear that story largely unedited and uninterrupted all of that storytelling means that this episode runs quite a bit longer than usual and it doesn't even include a low down. I'll break in a little later to tell you about the audio extras available at patreon because there's actually a ton more stuff that couldn't even walk into this extra large episode. But for the moment, let's get started Lynn is a 49 year old cyst gender female who describes herself as White House not straight mostly monogamous married and the mother of a grown son. She is currently perimenopausal and calls her body very long bridge. I'm so pleased to introduce Lynn. Thank you so much for talking me to me today when you told me that you had a story you wanted to share. I was immediately excited because there is a part of this story that I have been hoping. Somebody would come forward with so I'm so excited to have this conversation with you today. Well great. I'm excited to be here Thursday really love what you're doing. And I think it's a great podcast. Thank you. Well, let's start as we do with every one of these conversations. What is your first memory of sexual pleasure when I was about nine or so, it was a hot summer night and I kind of threw my leg out of the blanket and the blanket was kind of between my legs and I just remember coming right out of my sleep going. Oh my God. What is that felt good job. And so that was when I found that I had body parts between my legs that nobody had mentioned to me. So this was not a part of the conversation in your home. There was no light off early. This is how bodies work know there was none of that. And in fact, I was so uninformed about it that you know, I reached down between my legs to find out what felt like that and my fingers sort of fell into my vagina and I thought that I wasn't finished at the bottom. I thought I had a birth defect. I know like a sponge about between legs. I thought my part like I hadn't grown together properly and since no one had ever mentioned thought there was a vagina, you know, I thought well, they're not saying anything about it to me. They don't want me to worry about this. How long did you live with them? Belief, I don't really know but I think you know probably at least around a year or so, you know, the good news was that I also found my clitoris at the same time and I thought that since I was dying anyway, it didn't make them pulled around this thing. I think I kind of I I somehow probably took like I'm sure like my first ideas that that's masturbation and it's wrong come out of like, you know, like Sunday school teaching a Bible things. Right? And I was like who it's wrong but doesn't matter cuz I'm dying. So I mean. And that's the kind of thing that well I know different kids obviously will react in different ways, but for me. There were things like that that I thought. Oh my God. There's this thing is terribly wrong with me. I would hide it rather than asking a question. So I just lived with the misconceptions for yeah years and years. I was the same. I didn't ask anybody I didn't you know, I had this sense that we weren't supposed to talk about it because you know, nobody was mentioning it to me and so I'm in my mind clearly it was this sad set but fortunately I had you know the rest of me to comfort me. So that was really nice and I do completely dead became a really accomplished masturbator very quickly. So you were getting a lot of pleasure from masturbation. It sounds like yeah. Yeah, I was having a great time with it after everybody went to sleep. I thought it was well I still do and you said you were about nine when this happened well off. Remember what or how you figured out that there was not something terribly wrong with you. I don't remember how I figured that out but it wouldn't have been too long after that that you know, my mom started to talk to me in very clinical terms about periods. And so it was probably in.

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"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

Good Girls Talk About Sex

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"lynn " Discussed on Good Girls Talk About Sex

"Welcome to Good Girls Talk About Sex. I'm sex educator and sexual communication coach Lia carry and this is a place to share conversations with all sorts of women about their experience of sexuality. These are unfiltered conversations between adult women talking about sex. If anything about the previous sentence offends. You took a turn back now, And if you're looking for a trigger warning, you're not going to get it from me. I believe that you are stronger than the trauma you have experienced. I have faith in your ability to deal with things that upset. You sound good. Let's start the show. Hey friends, if you've been listening for a while, you know, I get excited about pretty much every episode. In fact, someone asked me recently what my favorite episode of this show off is and I said that's like asking a mother to choose her favorite child. It's impossible because so many of them are so good. So you're not going to be surprised to hear that. I'm super excited about this episode and the next one and not just because the conversations are so great. It's because I feel like we've been able to get someone to go on the record talking about her experience with a sex worker and her experience mirrors my own story of healing so much that I can't wait to share it with you. And then in two weeks, I'll be speaking with a full-service sex worker about her history her experiences in the industry the healing she sees clients getting from her work whether she derives sexual pleasure from her work and so much more both this episode and the episode in two weeks are super sized and that's because these stories take some time to tell this week There's a lot in Lynn's Young Life to process the situation a childhood home that sent her into the arms of older men looking for the love. She craved and abusive marriage at age sixteen getting out of that marriage an infant and then we get to the story of her current marriage and how they ended up seeing a sex worker separately and together. And you'll hear that story largely unedited and uninterrupted all of that storytelling means that this episode runs quite a bit longer than usual and it doesn't even include a low down. I'll break in a little later to tell you about the audio extras available at patreon because there's actually a ton more stuff that couldn't even walk into this extra large episode. But for the moment, let's get started Lynn is a 49 year old cyst gender female who describes herself as White House not straight mostly monogamous married and the mother of a grown son. She is currently perimenopausal and calls her body very long bridge. I'm so pleased to introduce Lynn. Thank you so much for talking me to me today when you told me that you had a story you wanted to share. I was immediately excited because there is a part of this story that I have been hoping. Somebody would come forward with so I'm so excited to have this conversation with you today. Well great. I'm excited to be here Thursday really love what you're doing. And I think it's a great podcast. Thank you. Well, let's start as we do with every one of these conversations. What is your first memory of sexual pleasure when I was about nine or so, it was a hot summer night and I kind of threw my leg out of the blanket and the blanket was kind of between my legs and I just remember coming right out of my sleep going. Oh my God. What is that felt good job. And so that was when I found that I had body parts between my legs that nobody had mentioned to me. So this was not a part of the conversation in your home. There was no light off early. This is how bodies work know there was none of that. And in fact, I was so uninformed about it that you know, I reached down between my legs to find out what felt like that and my fingers sort of fell into my vagina and I thought that I wasn't finished at the bottom. I thought I had a birth defect. I know like a sponge about between legs. I thought my part like I hadn't grown together properly and since no one had ever mentioned thought there was a vagina, you know, I thought well, they're not saying anything about it to me. They don't want me to worry about this. How long did you live with them? Belief, I don't really know but I think you know probably at least around a year or so, you know, the good news was that I also found my clitoris at the same time and I thought that since I was dying anyway, it didn't make them pulled around this thing. I think I kind of I I somehow probably took like I'm sure like my first ideas that that's masturbation and it's wrong come out of like, you know, like Sunday school teaching a Bible things. Right? And I was like who it's wrong but doesn't matter cuz I'm dying. So I mean. And that's the kind of thing that well I know different kids obviously will react in different ways, but for me. There were things like that that I thought. Oh my God. There's this thing is terribly wrong with me. I would hide it rather than asking a question. So I just lived with the misconceptions for yeah years and years. I was the same. I didn't ask anybody I didn't you know, I had this sense that we weren't supposed to talk about it because you know, nobody was mentioning it to me and so I'm in my mind clearly it was this sad set but fortunately I had you know the rest of me to comfort me. So that was really nice and I do completely dead became a really accomplished masturbator very quickly. So you were getting a lot of pleasure from masturbation. It sounds like yeah. Yeah, I was having a great time with it after everybody went to sleep. I thought it was well I still do and you said you were about nine when this happened well off. Remember what or how you figured out that there was not something terribly wrong with you. I don't remember how I figured that out but it wouldn't have been too long after that that you know, my mom started to talk to me in very clinical terms about periods. And so it was probably in.

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"lynn " Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"lynn " Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Welcome back to help I suck at dating. We have a great guest who is currently on the line right now. You know her from divorce, court and marriage bootcamp hip hop edition. which the season finale is this Thursday ten o'clock on TV. It is judge Lynn toler judge. Thank you so much for joining us today. Oh thank you so much for having me pleasure to be here. No well first of all. How are you doing this this quarantine right now? We're skyping and I could see that you were in your office. I believe. Yeah. No, we're doing great. Today's my husband nine thirty first wedding anniversary, so we've got a little many party. Plan me and our two kids me him and our two kids in the dog. That sounds amazing. Well. Congratulations on your wedding anniversary. What's the party consists of you? Guys are going to have like Cook dinner together. Cook. That sounds like a good party. It sounds like all we can do right now anyway. So judge, tell us a little bit about marriage boot camp, addition, and why you wanted to get involved with the show. Marriage who? bootcamp partition is I've been on marriage boot camp for a long time, maybe about ten years on I, really love the hip hop additions because it speaks to young people, it speaks to a current culture it to a community, and it gives everybody an opportunity to look at the reality stars that are often you know coming apart on TV and watching us go through some exercises to help. Bring them together. And so you did you run divorce court? For Thirteen years thirteen seasons that Krit there yeah wow. So now you're on marriage boot camp. How did you initially get involved in becoming a judge on television? Because you were judge in in Cleveland prior to this? If I'm going to Cleveland Heights I got a telephone call. One day at my courthouse at said Fox called and that was on a Monday I call them back, they said. Do you have any tape of you doing stuff I said yes. I sent that Tuesday. They got it. Wednesday was an L. A. on Friday. And I. I did the show power of attorney that didn't work out I was retired for five years just hanging out, and then divorce court came along and I've been on there. I was on there for thirteen years while they're one case that you remember that really stands out. Oh, so many. They at. The woman who used to to manage your stress called the hammer he made. We made Ellen on that one. But. Yeah, a lot of them stand out thirteen years. That's a long time everybody you know having.

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"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

"Allowed to do that but I. There was a kind of humble quality to that girl. She was a little lost. And you did that beautifully you thank you. Thank you Riveting also your incredible on camera. You can't take your eyes off so they more often I got I. I needed that. I needed this. Thank you for. You're listening to Debbie magazines. Five things with me Linh Hershberg. Today's podcast was produced by. Cheyenne Assadi. and Michael Becker recorded by destiny Farrand with post production production by the Hanger Studios. The theme song is Sung by Robin Shore and written by Robin Shore. And Jacob fought to Recchi special thanks to Sarah Moon Vez Megan Moss and milk studios. La Subscribe to be the first to hear new episodes of five things and for more from W magazine. Follow us at W. Mavani instagram and w magazine on Youtube where you can see my screen tests and Asmar's and Zora you have to sit down Eh. AH LA LA LA LA LA Hoya..

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"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

"Yeah and and it's important certain but yeah I mean but I also think it's fantastic that you also don't feel like you have to be good you know like well you Vaj Asher you could be you. You can be funny. You can be alive in that way. It doesn't have to be this role models so to speak. Yeah I think that way anyway I I mean sure and you don't also you know. Do anything like that that. Would you. Don't want to have sex with barnyard animals. No not not S- not right now not on at the moment but yeah no. I think that there's you know there's a good in the bad but I think for me the way that I see it as I see it as a good thing but also if it's like if you do something bad then what so it's like we are human at the end of the day but I think that representation should only force us to do good things and the movie I think is really helpful all the movies not just the farewell but I think the fact that the movies are different share share so much range Enj- I think you know. Why are you saying that that's a good thing? Yeah you don't want to just be the girl in oceans eight you don't WanNa just be the girl and crazy rotations. You don't want to just be the girl. Farewell Girl Yeah. I was very like overwhelmed with a with a nervous about doing drama. For sure you were. Yeah Yeah I had. Yeah Yeah I mean you saw my other movies. They're very different. Yeah I know but I thought you took to it so naturally I thought maybe I was the one who is worried for you. Talk to you for yourself. I mean I think people probably did probably save Luay. Are you sure that she can do drama. I I just sure came up. Yeah I'm sure lose dicta Lulu Point Yeah New yourself and you change your whole body language in that movie was there. You're sort of hunched over over. And you don't look glamorous and the way you can look labyrinths and your hair looks a little bit like you did in Washington. I didn't not always every other day. But that's this up very anytime. You're.

"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

"You didn't go to so you went to the school you did or a pillow you throughout so you kept the pillow that you can. I know that for sure happened or a guy you broke up with and then ended up with a different personnel. Yeah Yeah are these examples that you've been given yes okay or I could just make stuff up. Yeah I know something of a dog. I'll tell one from my life. I thought I wanted to go junior year abroad I went to the interview. It was the worst interview ever given in my entire life and I realized I didn't really WANNA go. Junior year. Abroad ended up being like the best best thing I ever did was to not go. Yeah you what happened. I ended up having like a fantastic junior year in America and the people who went to junior year abroad the college was terrible. They were miserable zero ball but it was one of those things halfway through the interview. I realized I was bombing. Like the woman thought it was awful. Yeah and that happens. Yeah that was actually maybe a good thing you know so sometimes when things go wrong they actually can go right or like with the dog. I had another puppy before her her. This is all within two years and I gave that puppy away was fostering And I thought Oh if I made the mistake of my life and then she came into my life so sometimes yeah I mean I think for me. It's like literally where I am now. I never expected even to get even I. I didn't expect to really really leave Queens really you know. And so we're in Queens stores till tells and not to say that they're not just probably I probably would have just lived there and wondered wondered you know I. I probably would've never moved. I just moved over year to another state. And I'm Tony for sure so I think that in many ways everything that that went wrong in my life let me to hear you know and it could be as specific as getting fired from my job because my my video because she my boss heard about my video and like I thought it was What was the job? I was a as an assistant at a publishing firm Passy in the city in the city. Yeah uh-huh so commute back and fourth and On my birthday I filmed the video to. I'll say the it's called my badge yeah famous yeah. Yeah right Yeah everyone when does it So yeah I wanNA work and I told my boss about it kind of just casually. Just that's what I did. What was the music video called my badge and and then an email and then I was out and so were you devastated? I was devastated. I still haven't is day. I don't think I really ever fully recovered from uh it was a viral that must have been some satisfaction. Yeah but but but yeah for for sure and then I. I don't think it was until I am told the story for the years later that I was filming Oceans Eight and already you know that was just such a just something that happened. That was crazy and I was shooting a scene in the city with with Riana Donna and I and I come outside and I'm out in front of my office building. I used to work at and so it's it's weird. How you know life what life? Yeah so it was a we are yes. Yeah Yeah. It was weird full full circle moment but I think that I think losing that Job Robin and publishing the video. I think that those are the two really biggest things that Ha- that really launched where I am now. You know I think publishing that Youtube Video GEICO letting it go into the world. That was the scariest thing I've ever I've ever done in here from a lot of people that you knew like in the dark ages like Sean Childhood friends and things. It's like that like now. or how or even that. Like yelling at me for like no just suddenly people coming out of the woodwork. I find that you know. Oh suddenly you have a lot more people in your life than you even knew you had share. Yeah and then also not none you know. What is your grandmother? Say about my badge. My Grandma says says it's my best song and I'll never do one better. It's her favorite Every time I would do another video she would call me and be like yeah but it has to be like my bags because if it's not it's like won't be in your last one And like thank you So kind sounds amazing she is. She's a firecracker man she's hot malaria. She gives me the best of the best advice and like the like. She's so wise. You know like yeah and she ended up loving the movie. I'm sure the farewell. She loved that she did love it. I think that she preferred oceans eight. I referred my badge. No it's weird when we you know we talk about representation and who has four when you watch a movie like that for you. Know like someone from my grandma's generation who has lived in America but is very Chinese to see that and to relate to it and to to know what I think you know. It's it's hard for her to do that with other movies when I was growing up. Joel movies all the time. She's so bored. But I think for this one. You know weirdly. H- It hit close to home for. Yeah that's so nice made you feel great. Yeah sure yeah and then my badge is no my badge job as my my best and I never thought that she reminds me every day for the second incident. What's like the happiest incident you can think of in your life happiest incident? Oh happiest time. What was the happiest time of Your Life Arlene right now I would have been a Oh man? Yeah the I guess the happiest time my life. My Dad got remarried for the first time in in a lot of years and and my grandma who really always used to worry worry about money and like bills and she worked jobs like she's good now you know like she's we don't we don't ever when everyone in my life is like like good doing good. It's not just just me. It's as a parody you know. There's like a harmony with everything so knowing that I can help them now and you know now I can like you know be there be present be happy do my own thing I think. That's that's what I that's what makes me happy. That's when you move to. La where they upset or did you move to La. I thought my would be very upset but she was like. Oh No do sound good and I'm like what do you mean who's GonNa come over and do their laundry at your house. You know and she yeah she. She's school that I think she doesn't Miss Me. Sometimes but she said you food that she cooked for you. Thank God no. Because that's a long trip and she. She cooks just very very experimental things really well not experiment. Experimental will yeah yes. Experimental like she'll make like a like a chicken chicken parm like covered in Teriyaki Marinara. Don't call it a par then collins chicken dairy out at that point you know so very Chinese either. No but she'd always yeah. She seemed Blazers beat around Rome. So it's good yeah. She believes that a continental cuisine. I'm sure she would i. I'm going to Australia a couple of months and she was like. Oh cool I should I should send you a bunch of food and I'm like yeah. Send me with a lot of beets and a lot of weird vegetables. Yeah for sure though they love that. Yeah it was really goes for that. Yeah Customs would love that. Yeah so did she. Do you go back home a lot. Yeah Yeah I do. And they're all still enforced. Till's my grandma's in in Long Island might my dad's enforced. I said. Yeah so they. When you walk down the street to people like come out and cheer and things it was like that or you know w John McEnroe yeah? I wish cheering her yelling. I don't know I don't know what it no yeah I mean Yeah sometimes not cheering but just like Italy. Have you met Margaret Show. Yeah Yeah we is that like like it was really crazy. You did a tour together. We did a song together song together. Yeah I see and Yeah she's she's incredible. I A meeting her for the first time was it was really cool because you know you. Obviously she's like this ridiculously funny ingenious human being but then at the same time she's been through this as as well so she she knows how to. It's nice to talk to her. Yeah so one more question and then I'll let you go onto your life to leave and it was the best part I got gifts. I'm taking your fortune to you can take my fortune okay. Well we're doing the this is. You're not done with me because on Tuesday you're doing video and and hopefully we'll get done with visit the best podcast so much fun. Thank you Lewis said Oh. You're a good talker. It'll be okay. I was like okay because I just started doing this year. Like my just started doing this person. Yeah it's very natural interviewing people from most of my adult life. Okay yeah because you're like no World Vegas. Yeah that's right that's the five things is good because it gives you a roadmap it doesn't I feel like it's a good conversation. Yeah it's a good thing I'm all of it. Yeah it's better to go through your life that way than just say so. Tell me about yourself. You know that's harder. Yeah so but the one question which is a tricky question and I always don't know quite how to answer it is is about representation. I do feel that you've made a huge difference and it's hard to be that person. I'm sure it was hard for my Richaud as well and and I wonder what that's like I mean everyone gave You know you probably read The New Yorker Story on Constance Wu where she complained about. I just don't want to be the you know the spokesperson for Asian people everywhere and people gave her a hard time but at the same time I understand how that must feel. You are only one in person. Sure does that feel like a lot of pressure to you or you know. It's an honor and a responsibility. Kind of thing. Yeah I mean I think there's there's different ways of looking at it I think You know it. I definitely see the perspective where it's like I'm a I'm a human being and I'm my own person. I have my own story like this is is so to say that I can represent a whole group of people that you know is is I mean that's a lot and it's a huge country yes jeff out of people but then at the same time it's also is it a burden or is it your responsibility that you kind of chose this career path that any good that you do the good decisions that you make the way that you represent yourself in a good light will simultaneously benefit. Ah Ah Community Your community I think when you look at it that way. It's not it's not it's pressure to do good things which I think inevitably ably is like a a good thing. You know. It's not eat I. I don't think that in this industry ever been forced to be someone who not and as long as I don't have to do that then then I I don't mind offering someone hope that if I could do they could do it as well and I think that yeah. I think and also representations there's different levels to it it's like like I want people to see me and I want them to think literally I I have a chance. Because that's what Margaret Show meant for me when I was young..

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"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

"Loved doing when I was a kid. Yeah did you have a favorite standup Margaret show. Oh yeah seven years old really yeah ensure for seven yeah. It wasn't sure. Yeah but no but I I loved it. Yeah it changed my life seeing her when she was amazing she says amazing. She's still I mean she still. Yeah it's great. So was there a place that I mean so we did the the place so now we have a thing we was there. A particular film was there a particular piece of clothing. was there a particular something. inanimate that had a huge impact impact on you or how to huge relationship to you a jacket you were on stage. Something that was for some reason. Maybe you're lucky charm whatever it is Or a movie or a stabak could be Margaret. Chose Act I had. I had a shirt which I did think was a good luck shirt and it made no sense and I don't know where it came from it was purple ripple shirt and it said friend zone and it was an Asian girl dresses a cowboy and it made no sense. I don't I don't know but I felt like it was like my good lecture and I would I would wear it. I still have it. I still wear it sometimes. I feel I feel like if I part with it. The trajectory of my life will it's like one of those those things yeah. Did you wear the shirt ever when you got good news or was there a reason that the yeah I was wearing it. Maybe it's just that I had a one shirt. I ordered all the time so the good news and the bad news was just while it was in that shirt. It's good though. It's it's a great shirt. Yeah have you done videos in it too. Yeah sure don chosen it shows. I sleep in it. I think you should get rid of it. I also still don't get rid of it. I also have my my college pillow pillow my pillow from college which I learned recently that that like that's not good what's wrong with it with apparently like pillows. Get Him I see and do sleep on your college pillared somewhere else. Oh I sleep on it. Yeah it's still very much very close to my face. Maybe I'm just a harder. I think that's I think that's what the this is coming to unto. Yeah well but it's good to keep things I like that you you've kept things I think. Good Yeah so did you have anything for many sets that you've got let's see. Yeah yes I have the WIG from crazy rotation now did not keep that why. I don't think I don't even know I don't know I mean I don't think that I would. I don't know what I would do with it. You know there's one scene in the movie which I watch over and over again often on the plane which I don't know why love you in the scene so much but your timing is impeccable. It's when you go to the house. And she said he says you can stay and you go in the trunk and you bring out the you know dreadful stress for this. And there's something about your timing in that scene the specificity of it that's so's does I mean it's the whole character right there. Yeah yeah incredibly adorable like really winning that. That's nice thank you. Yeah was that in the script I always wondered or it was something that you the cocktail dresses. Yeah the the dresses I think was added. But you're getting bigger. I read somewhere like they thought. Oh you were so great. They kept adding you Script descript was the script. And I you know I mean it was all everyone was was was. Was It really awesome and I had a lot of fun but for for that scene I that was a blooper so.

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"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

"The. Yeah Yeah for sure. I actually asked that actually and is there a place that has a lot of meeting to you. I would say I don't know if it's it's a place waist rather than something kind of like a trip you know like a little trip was between going going home from Manhattan after high school going back to Queens like in the fall just as it turns windy. You know seeing like ev everything changed and then us go so far. Are you at a High School Laguardia So you were the performing arts school via the fame. School dancing dancing on cabs is in all of that. Did you have to audition to get into that school. Yeah and what did you audition with. Trumpet the Trumpet Yes you play the trumpet. I play the trumpet. Yeah classical jazz. I addition with I wanNA hold your hand. It tickled them but there are people going in there playing like you know like Bach. Doc You know and I walk in with the just just the melody part of everyone hold your hand and did you. How did you segue from that into other things? Because the trump that doesn't exactly lend itself to it's not really a gateway drug for entertainment. Yeah for all this other stuff like But it's your secret skill that's exciting writings. Yeah I don't know if it's a skill anymore I mean I could. I could get a little bit of a note out now but one of those people who walked around with the piece the Tarawa it was I was yes. Because you know. If you're mature strung out you could do a whole song unjust at peace. That's your own tuning right there. That's you know it was very proud of my own mature junior high school. It was very embarrassing. Yeah I was one of those people for sure interesting about a trumpet. Though is that you can still. I hear your voice through it so like if you have a quality about your voice in my case it was very raspy and kind of just like whatever phenomenal voice. Thank you you will phenomenal voice. I need to hear that more often than I. Love Your Voice. I was saying you're going to get a four. I said to Lewis. You'RE GONNA get like two billion dollars. Doing voiceover else fails. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm sure you've got cartoon characters in your future and Superhero characters here future. Yeah I mean. They're Super Fun. Yeah still yeah. I love cartoons. Yeah so then. Oddly the trumpet did lead me to where I am too. Obviously but it I loved music. It was kind of like that. That was a thing for me and when I got my first computer at had garage band which is a music making program on it and I started making my own songs. uh-huh and and eventually wrapping on them in my teens and then I- i- released a youtube video later like years later and that's that's how it started. How how did you sort of segue into comedy though? Because the trump it wouldn't seem to lead comedy Just naturally funny. I don't know I don't I don't know that's that's fantastic hassles on red eye. When everything's contestable adversary? I liked making people laugh and I and I really love loved comedy and I really wanted really wanted to like constantly watched different com- like watch comedy when I was young. Stand up and stuff like that. I loved it. Yeah Yeah I was. That's one thing that I.

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"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg

"Okay so tell me a person in your life. That's had a lot of meaning to you. I guess it would be easy to go for like I mean. This is an easy answer but my grandma means means a lot to me. Yeah she's taught me a lot. Yeah what is her name. And what's your first memory of her. My first memory of her was her making this clicking sound with her mouth to make me laugh when I was a baby. Can you do that like that. She loves doing that like a cat. Beckoning cat or something. It's great and does it. Do Find that reassuring when you when you do that yourself. Yeah I think it'd be pretty weird if she'd continue to do today to call me over but I remember when I was little. I found it hilarious. I loved it and when you were doing the farewell. Say The name of your movie was that part of the reason you're attracted to the material. Is Your relationship with your grandmother. It was like eighty ninety percent. Yeah for sure. How'd you heard the podcast? Not The podcast. Had you heard this American life before you got the script or knew of the project. I was aware of it but I read the script I and then then listen to the podcast when I had more a little bit more of an understanding and then I actually listened to the podcast again when I got back from filming. And that's when it really was like wow the waterworks but but yeah it was I'd never I didn't think that I would ever read something like that or ever. Come across a story like that ever so so yeah and as has your grandmother in the movie she has yes the first time it was a screener and she got up in the middle of it and started cooking king and I was like grandma. What what are you doing and you get a good? You know but hurts but then she ended up going going to see it in the movies and then I embarrassed her like on national television. I was like grandma you don't even and then I'm going to go see it so she wanted the theater that I think just in in that environment was was draft and couldn't get up to go anywhere in action and really enjoyed it. She really liked it. Does she cry. She's a hard she's hard she's a hard. I mean I I. I don't I fall apart when I watched that movie. But shootout alone. Everyone falls apart when they watch.

"lynn " Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Living Regret Free

"And I think you're going to be absolutely amazed at today's get her name is Sharon, Lynn, Wyatt. And the interesting thing is that she will tell you more about you than you ever wanted to know just by your name, and you wonder how can someone learn that from their name not? For their handwriting wealth Jerome. We'll tell you why she is the founder of g science, and you can tell their past experience future. Elkins? I got the hiccups everybody. Just there with me future health concerns. Their unique personality traits their strengths challenges and even their purpose in life, supposedly, she can tell instantly how a person really thinks feels and behaves regardless of what they tell you. And she says that's because Malecki is the science that discovers personality secrets hidden in the placement of the letters within named each letter in a name holds a key to unlock one's true. Essence a person's name contains information information about that individual gifts and challenges and the Malla g science can even reveal the first and last impression people remember up about us. So you're in for a treat today. Sharon, this is really really very. Interesting. How are you? I'm doing well Gill and right off the bat. What anybody would know about you subconsciously? If not consciously is that you have a tendency to work in work can work until you drop that you want to get your work done first. And then you like to socialize that you can be overly sensitive to criticism because you're doing your very best. And so who needs the criticism anyway, and the irritable to accomplish anything you put your mind to along with having a generous heart and great self-confidence. Boy, you are right on hard. It's your own that. It's absolutely true. Wow. There you go. Now, you know all about me audience. He didn't even have to you didn't even have to read my biography. Well, let's ask you first how you became an expert on names, and how you were able to come up with this system. Well, I first of all you have to know that I was a math major in college. And I have my mass there. So my brain is thoroughly trained in finding patterns in understanding patterns, and then being able to teach batons, and so when I was starting the seating chart of my seventh year of teaching my brain started telling me about my students without I had met them yet without knowing them. And so I was curious, and I wrote down my first impression of every student based on what I was hearing my brain saying when I was making my seating charts. And I said I'm going to cut it away. And I'm gonna look at it during winter break and see if it's accurate or not I got to know the kids for who they were. And when I read what I had written at. The beginning of the year. I was just amazed at its accuracy. So I said, okay, my brain has picked up some kind of patterns about the names, how do I make conscious? What's unconscious? So I started with charts, and I had eight David's in my life at the time. So I made a column for every day with my said, what have I observed about this one that one that one the whole bit? What do they all have in common? It's got to be in the name, David..

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"lynn " Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"lynn " Discussed on Living Regret Free

"And I think you're going to be absolutely amazed at today's get her name is Sharon, Lynn, Wyatt. And the interesting thing is that she will tell you more about you than you ever wanted to know just by your name, and you wonder how can someone learn that from their name not? For their handwriting wealth Jerome. We'll tell you why she is the founder of g science, and you can tell their past experience future. Elkins? I got the hiccups everybody. Just there with me future health concerns. Their unique personality traits their strengths challenges and even their purpose in life, supposedly, she can tell instantly how a person really thinks feels and behaves regardless of what they tell you. And she says that's because Malecki is the science that discovers personality secrets hidden in the placement of the letters within named each letter in a name holds a key to unlock one's true. Essence a person's name contains information information about that individual gifts and challenges and the Malla g science can even reveal the first and last impression people remember up about us. So you're in for a treat today. Sharon, this is really really very. Interesting. How are you? I'm doing well Gill and right off the bat. What anybody would know about you subconsciously? If not consciously is that you have a tendency to work in work can work until you drop that you want to get your work done first. And then you like to socialize that you can be overly sensitive to criticism because you're doing your very best. And so who needs the criticism anyway, and the irritable to accomplish anything you put your mind to along with having a generous heart and great self-confidence. Boy, you are right on hard. It's your own that. It's absolutely true. Wow. There you go. Now, you know all about me audience. He didn't even have to you didn't even have to read my biography. Well, let's ask you first how you became an expert on names, and how you were able to come up with this system. Well, I first of all you have to know that I was a math major in college. And I have my mass there. So my brain is thoroughly trained in finding patterns in understanding patterns, and then being able to teach batons, and so when I was starting the seating chart of my seventh year of teaching my brain started telling me about my students without I had met them yet without knowing them. And so I was curious, and I wrote down my first impression of every student based on what I was hearing my brain saying when I was making my seating charts. And I said I'm going to cut it away. And I'm gonna look at it during winter break and see if it's accurate or not I got to know the kids for who they were. And when I read what I had written at. The beginning of the year. I was just amazed at its accuracy. So I said, okay, my brain has picked up some kind of patterns about the names, how do I make conscious? What's unconscious? So I started with charts, and I had eight David's in my life at the time. So I made a column for every day with my said, what have I observed about this one that one that one the whole bit? What do they all have in common? It's got to be in the name, David..

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