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"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
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"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"One. I love that she. Her first crushes oliver. Platt confident that we'll never get an answer again. Nothing gets album blat. No disrespect now. But i love our but it's a great i crush at made me laugh so hard and she accessed it so quickly. Yeah henrik mass in chick. Lamar oliver platt and I also loved that. She loves that movie which won the best man. that's funny. Yeah and she wants to be a tyler perry movie. I would love to see her in atari movies. By the way tyler. Perry shit butter in a movie. Hopefully guest that'd be great to get him. Everyone should put her in a movie with sums. Rob who is such a small thing but when she picked dogs over cats and she apologized to cats for not picking our events. Doesn't that say everything you need to know about her. S as a person. That is such a good at a such young. Yeah that is the perfect summation of mouse so major nation. Let's letter savvy cats. Okay from j g van. Gas amazing name j g van gas subject. Never thought i'd make gas. She a. s. g. a. s. s. ocean. Yeah guests subject. Never thought i'd make it this far more than once. Hey guys. I'm an overnight stocker at a grocery store and started doing it just before the pandemic after a few months i started listening to podcast. Pass the time. I started with armchair expert and found out about your show through it once again. Thank you dax. That wasn't jj that was me back to jj. When i finished it started your podcast and fell in love with it fast. Thanks j. g. I listened to every episode in order in about to hit the start of covert. I love the message shows broadcasting. I consider myself a fatalist nihilist. And everything happens because it was always going to happen while twenty years ago. I never would have thought. I'd be where i am today. I was wow okay. I was suicidal and a drug addict and dealer. Wow my life got better after a few years and then got a lot worse but eventually got better again and now i can say it's close to the best. It's ever been that's funny. We were talking about roller coaster. The roller roller coaster real not like a bachelor in paradise. Now now the way they your yeah Okay back to sommese. I have a beautiful partner in about two by first home. A real home could for you just so cool. Something i haven't had in such a very long time and something. I was never able to provide my own child before. I still get sad but hearing you both while i work helps pass the time and reminds me. Why do it why anyone does it because life is short and you blink and you're almost forty or in my case your forty-three euros. Fifty yet don't project back to your kid lives in another country but you're still here trying to get by and find and cherish the happy moments while they're here. I just wanted to say thank you. I hope both of you can find that happiness. When it's there for you to and i wanted you to know you're bringing it to others. Good luck i'm excited to catch up to the current episodes over the next few months j g that was I like i have like pre goosebumps. I can feel myself if i if we're anymore. I get goosebumps That was really means a lot. Thank you back to jj jag yup. That's my name and it's just the two letters ep. Ps itself centered. But if you do have to read any of this in an episode for some reason don't email me back or let me know. I'll be caught up eventually. That's hilarious cockerton bullets shrill as after the show that is really cool but a great letter i do. You know what my one complaint about. The letter is that he doesn't explain his name a little bit more. Oh i he does though he does right. He said it's just the initials so gee how is that. How a possible. Don't you think you can name a child like pj or j. p. o. Traditional guests without without those letters representing overall. I guess so. But i've never heard of j as the i haven't either. Maybe he had Like innovative taryn parents. Yeah okay yeah. That's true i should have does explain it. He said there's ask the initial you're right if he could explain a different way and say the j. stands for jonathan and the g. stands for joffrey and he didn't he just said it's just the initial if you were to name a kid To like that kind of name to let her name what would you. What would you choose. probably be abo- -bio oh really but then people pronounce about. I know where it's just two letters pronounced two letters like. Pj or like jj. i can't do. Jj some jj that is selfish Barrel man No that's a good question damn chambery. Yeah that's nice. Am jeffrey miller. I don't know if i would do that now. Because then people argue it always be like. Oh what do they stand for. It would be a lifetime of having to well. That's what j. G must have to go through j g van gas around not his fault though. His parents named now mine but like our dad. Our dad is his given name was ray raymond. But he always went by our james. Rj rj in. School are jan school. But are james wants to become teach so that gets confusing are is your first anyway. I don't wanna diminish how great this letter was. And i feel like i have no. You didn't take away from it. Thank you And and it was so nice to read about your happiness and the fact that we're we're supplying any moments of happiness to you and anyone else means so much to us and you know what would also mean a lot to us now that you've anything if you checked out late late. Why sorry no very well. Well well we got it really. 'cause you know we have to wrap it up and you also know that we would like people to watch your movie. September seventeen and that's out in three days. You're listening on the day this comes out. What won't been caught up. I know but jj eventually hopefully would like the movie whenever it's going to be available you don't school about making a movie It's going to be available to watch per forever. I've always loved that. You have to love the idea of permanence. When it comes to making it. I know it really is. Oh no rush. Everybody but true lines probably be like there's a little rise. Yeah watch it. They like soon. Okay and a huge huge. There'd i don't have words words. You don't want somebody like melanie. It's like their words. Just don't sufficed wonderful person wonderful actress. Yeah wonderful in the movie. Yeah wonderful kid. Wonderful husband we love. Thanks mel and jason and Your sweet unnamed daughter. If she's listening one day isn't that cool to think about maybe one day. Their daughter goes back listens to to her. Mom and dad's target this guy so gushy about mom calmed down me weird. He's he's i don't even remember it hopefully showroom you thank you again to jd. And melanie and We'll talk to you all next week..
"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Saves happened keeping it keeping. I love the aim in. But she's right you know it's not. She was so right to shame me for that. It's not enact that that we call her the way she speaks an accent. Oh yeah i thought you gonna say she's right that she thought that you were going to know that min- more yeah back to her the entire time. I thought for sure you were going to do that. And she admired your restraint as dye. Well i i know that's something i struggle with and i know that something i'm prone to doing if i am conscious enough of it in the beginning. I can avoid doing it any time. There's like a at then. I was leaning over. There was a big big any. Any of those you are like vowel are song. She says are so cute and funny to me. I thought you would repeat when she said kendrick. how yes. That's one of my favorites at is also hilarious bad. Carry lamar piece. I love in acp. Rocky tinari lamar. I know it's such a cute accent in her laugh and so like perfectly matches her. I know i love perfect accident. I know but you know she is such people. Watch lady the matter out. September seventeenth will never guess. If they don't if they don't know her they will never guess she is from new zealand. I know i totally perfect enough. You know there were like a few words. When we were shooting it was so easy to director. I mean in every way but like she's just so present and always so real so any note you give her as just an adjustment of something that's already Real and but but when it comes to the accent that that's more like it's more mechanical thing almost so to say to her. You know i could hear This word you know. And i would. I would point out the word or you would uh-huh you talked about that lake. That good cop bad. Yeah man you usually did where you were like so many times. We were on such a time crunch all the time. you realize. i've everything is so limited any. You're so charmed by her that. There's so many like after some so many takes you'd be laughing with her like a fan. I go back and like chris. Farley like the palace and then like we actually need now. I'm sorry because. I know that you're so charmed by her to and so but has died. I know but what was the word that It's it's the word b. e. n. Been being 'cause being the the english pronunciation is being it's being. It should be being i again. I don't wanna say accent anymore. Because i are we americans planning. Yes but i'm just. I'm american splitting about A non american accent. I'm glad her husband. Jason made an appearance me. to there's no better cameo texting with them both about bachelor in paradise last night he was being so funny about Chasing we were talking about chasing that if if you know if your bachelor that's a perfect usage of that expression yeah because you don't want to go on anymore. No if you know you know year that i never said you really nailed it one for one. Okay all right. I'm gonna desire used incorrectly. Often i know and you really nailed it. Yeah okay you know you know jason. Yes i mean what. What more can you say about. I mean you can kinda like really worth going on. Its own family. Says about him. When you know you know if you know his own family would be like. She's okay enough about chasing him. Yeah jason raiders great Chase whole jason rhetoric future guests. I know we gotta get him. That's going to be tough for me because it's gonna be a talking about being charmed by someone i am. I'm just so charmed by them. Both i you could probably hear it. You are trump. yeah. I feel like they rival. Kobe smoulders in teheran. As you're like michael crush yes then you add their kid kidding. I'll whose name we won't say now but the game aside from our own nephew I don't speak for you. It doesn't get now. If in fact if i had a top ten list a favourite human beings including my own family. I think she would. I know she would be on their shoes. All three would be on the shoulder but she is like of course she is because look at her parents either both so great. That was another problem. I had because there's schedule was so tight as you mentioned that Whenever she the unnamed model number would come to sad. It was so hard for me to pull myself away from her. You had to be pulled away from her breasts. Yeah you often pull yourself away. Oh man she was. I went to target On one of our days off and got them got her Just like a little elephants. Because because mel said she likes elephants so cute and i gotta just like a little whatever and And then mail sent me a video like months months later. Where she was playing the baby was playing with it in the in the tub and she was like in mammals extricate. Pd and she say justin in like melted. She's an angel. Yeah you know. It'd be fun to have a kid on the show. It would be fun. The like famous. No not like an actor who's gourmet philo. My name is john. Yes journal crazy story about how she got her start. I didn't know that i mean i knew. She did o k. without fire. It's crazy that she was shy. Kid who did school plays because she didn't have friends even made her feel comfortable in free and then all of a sudden jackson is like. Oh you have to do it like that. Like kate winslet crazy thing to say someone. Ida was the fact that she got that same for the peter jackson that she got that part opposite. Kate winslet i not of nowhere. I want total obscurity. It reminded me of moments in my youth. Where i was. When we'd have to do a recital or something christian i'd played instruments and we'd have to get up in front of people and i remember that feeling of panic washing over me and and just being paralyzed by it at that age because i was at some mel knowing that she was such a shoes. She's a shy person. Really is i've seen her interact with people in the world and let she's very kind for sweet to people but like she is genuinely shy. Yeah and when she said that about like not being suited to fame like i totally see yes she's also. So where's that comfortable. She has such an ability to access the truth. And i that when she was a kid getting that role right. Even having never auditioned for anything before which is nuts. That she got it first audition. I think she must just have had a very natural ability. I think that's the truth. I think so. That's the only like once in a while like a child can do a kid can do this where there's it's almost like. They're so good just playing. Pretend but that's why like haley. Joel osmond there's once in a while. There's there's a key. Fred savage right. There's also something about her. I would say that is. I've met a lot of actresses. You've met a lot of actresses there's really nothing. She loves acting clearly and she admires actors clearly but there is nothing accuracy about her nothing. Nothing yeah except back. She's a great actress. I know but there's nothing. She doesn't have the i knowing where she's like not at all or she needs to be heard and needs to be seen and not in a slight ask. You know the actress thing like questions just to like over at just over. Listen to the response. You see that all the time you hear that all the she has none of that. I know she's like i now. I would not surprise me if she had any other job. iraq polish. such an anomaly. It's very strange god. This is going to be hard for me to end. This episode is one of the. You'd be a heads up. You might have to take the reins okay. Because i love melanie. So much is hard for me to say. It was hard for me to stop talking to her. I have two observation. okay.
"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Love it so much. I want to get something from my door. It's probably going to be a train. okay all of your back. The entire panel and weeping willow doing into your sides. Mafia but is your. What is your favorite fruit. Speaking of kiwi big in new zealand or recalling kimmy focused. Kiwi has a busy person. Oh flynn's bird. Flightless food it's almost extinct The kiwifruit is not my favorite. They make my mouth itchy Sorry do see kiwi birds. Sa- early that you're done you to go thanks. Thank while they're that exter- that endanger fly or fast but the dodo. Yes like other. Animals are just easy. Melanie just mimed like very casually eating like a ampler chips or something. So it's not a qa arguably peaches cherries. Who's you wanna play you in your bio-pic setting you question. You're pretty new. The melania the god olivia colman. Oh yeah okay. And who's your favorite Muppet you watch them up. It's growing up. You didn't really not really weird question. I know i know foreign foreign bro. We have my. I just really noticed with qualifies buffet. what about the simpsons. Yeah i mean. I watched the simpsons. But i like i like that little kid little kid because oh nelson young nelson is great but the markets like is that is the sweetest shift from up it. Oh yes okay. I like that amazing. Because it's interesting because jason has such muppet energy to me. He remind smith in the best way. A you know what is your. He must like the muppets. Yeah i'm sure. He has a lot of like jeff. Yeah american cells yeah. What's your go to pizza. Topics behave american recruit. Ajay's in rocca. Okay is there a place. Kale like kale vegetarian now. Deterrence teen years old ten years old. That's okay too much to get into. Okay you prefer dogs or cats else. Are cats beatles or the rolling stones either but there are some rolling stones on i mean can say velvet underground. I was just. We're talking about like classic. okay. Yeah i've been listening to a lot of them. What if you could hear a song right now either beatles or what song. If you're in a bar right now in a shoebox right now like what would you wanna hang out. You've you've you've a couple of songs to choose and probably put on nj for some reason. I feel like that would be a nice one to hear right now If i had to choose a beatles song have probably put on. I want you..
"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"It's like it's such a fun pat. It's such a fun movie. She's a very questionable lists and it does a lot of. Harry did you got you. Were smoking i mean she was she smokes. She's a stone or she like she to help. Because i am not. I don't know how the doing of of things. And i didn't want to look like a dummy. That's well did it. Jason help you a little bit too in terms of via how to he That's what i found funny about. It too is that you got you and judy judy. Playing the opposite. It's not a couple comedy and so she's playing the the proper lady the lady of the manor and i you guys are not total opposites. But you're you're quite you're in that in life you're more suited to the shore. Like she's she's a lot looser. Then i am. Oh i love her. So much is one out that we use but there are other just takes like in between that. I would see a could see you entertained by her. I loved watching you watching her by her. And it's also really fun to do job with somebody. Where it's how i felt when i need you and we were doing the movie cannon and almond gang But how. I felt then. Because i just never wanted to stop talking to you i would say cut and we just continue whatever conversation we were having before they hit action and felt that duty to light. Cameras felt rolling with just such a lovely. Isn't it the last. C the christian. I realized when we saw that we were like. Oh god look at them. They're really hitting it supposedly with a movie like that where it all depends on. It's the whole thing rests on your chemistry and you guys just for so long but the truth is like we've mostly been up for the same role so you know like she would get it or i would get it or kathryn hahn with gatot we would never get to be in the same job like it's one of us you know it's funny. I remember when you had that kathryn. Hahn conversation with her. And you almost said at the same time studios. I know catherine and there was bitterness. I you all like how better about one of the greatest comedians yes. She's going to get the oscar river on site. Well that was ages. Like thank. God she now has an auster lightning round so we kind of have to go fast okay. Yes if time. I listened to your podcast. I try to prepare now. I've forgotten how good good also sweet that you listen that all you ask so sweet i love with krista comes on to tell you everything you did for yes yes. That's my most as a lot of people's favorite part brotherly critique. Yeah it's sounds slate youth as a mesa. What is your most commonly used emoji. it would probably just. I can red hat. But i take maggie lawson sticks each other unicorns so the unicorn is 'cause i take the unical in his up there too from maggie lawson wait. Mackey was in Taken the taken movies. That's elo maggie. Great oh sorry. Maggie grace okay. My sweet free waco poppet allen but she was on site. Yeah yeah yes yes. I'm sorry to menu lesson. Yes she's great. Yeah okay so to her. You would specifically text uniform. Pink hats and uniforms at the individual takes topic If you could be professional athlete what sport you play a look of concern. I don't know anything about sports. But i'm kind of goodrich throwing things and getting them into things that a fire away and i'm kind of good at catching thanks. So if there's anything that involves throwing a football. I guess maybe what would jay. Jason look has been that violence. Isn't there a pot of baseball. Where oh you have to stand in the field and and then you go. Just mel is putting her hands in a cupping form kind of close you. You'll have one glow guy. That is all the outfielder blocks right. Chill but then you need a free hand to throw. It's enough to take off your second. Love really quickly in throw it back. I would be back by if you could have one snack food for the rest of your life. What would it be. Oh you said that with a bit of shame and embarrass of how much like potato chips. But then there's some new zealand sets that i would. I was only go like question. Is there's a there's a chocolate from new zealand code whittaker's chocolate and they made a vision. That has ellen pay crystals and five and ellen pay is a drink in new zealand featuring it's code lemon and heinola and they made the whittaker's chocolate has ellen p crystals. It's very specific. Now that sucker. I'm running down. Check it out Okay with chips. A chip brand. Like what what would you. What would you buy like. Would it be just standard lays cape cod like hit caught. The gist fat cattle cape cod admits racy. Yes they're very crunchy. Yes this plane plane. Yeah what's a movie that you're really excited to introduce your daughter to I guess waiting for kaufman. Oh yeah if you were to go sing karaoke like a private room so you don't have. You're not exposed to everyone. What would you go to song be. And probably they fucking problems by is that rocky featuring drake kendrick lamar and the anonymous. Oh in china. I forgot about this that you also you advocate jecklin my home Yeah because i did that once at karaoke like it's just a song i know very well. So it was pretty was your first Celebrity crush that you can recall oliver. Flach i i've told him this. Ultra knows how did he respond. If i'm kind of happy about it. I kinds of how. Oh it's like not that funny flatliners and birth three musketeers. And there was like a few other things. He's a very attractive name. I mean i. I had him on my wall kit enough i where would where would you even get an replied post santer. I when i asked a woman asked at the run. Three musketeers indac- flatliners. I know they must have thought you were a kiefer sutherland. Fan because i believe movie is like amazing. If you had to get a tattoo another tattoo what would you get. 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"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Lot. I've never heard that showed a lot. It's definitely come up. How long have you had it. When did you discover it's like my whole life. Oh my siblings. My dad has a very very badly. My dad is really intense about it. How would you describe it to people like. How would you describe what lisa phony is. And how does it manifest in you specifically. They're in different. Sounds that it's it's basically they're still learning about it so we recently began to be taken seriously. But i think basically like the wiring and your rain is kind of off like you hear a sound. They're sitting trigger. Sounds for people and it goes to kind of fighter flight. Response it of going. Oh that peasants chilling. You're like i'll kill them or or i need to leave like it it. There's this crazy rage that comes over your body like i'll talk about having missed the phone and people will be like i think i have that and i'll say does it feel like a paralyzing rage that washes over you and you have to leave. 'cause you're not sure what you'll do and if they're like yes then they have found yet. They're like both annoying than they taught me so that to me and i was. I was diagnosed. I was misdiagnosed myself with. Yeah that's funny because no one likes to hear someone snapping gum or whatever like it's annoying. I have kind of abyssinia coach in Sarah silverman who has missile neha jazz. It very badly and she's really really good At being very direct about it and asking for what she needs. Chris very clear communicator So what would what are you supposed to do. You're just supposed to just clearly say like dont like apologized on. Just say like this really bothers me. Like i'm i'm sorry you can abject you know not chew gum around my siblings. All have to share stories like my brother was on a train trip for somebody eating peanut. You said that to me like it was like a human brain. I with miss a phony of the idea sitting opposite someone on a train for number of hours who has a big bag of shout peanuts and they're and he just had to. He was like you gotta be done like he just exploded. The point of the guy was like sorry. No have you ever communicated that that directly to somebody and they had a like an aversion to where they i would imagine most people are very especially on a set would be very understanding. A lot of people. Don't think it's a real thing is people just think like l. Everyone's annoyed by something. Oh i'm clever. Bring to it i try to be straight with. I tried to say before they've eaten anything. Because if i say it after some eaten or in the middle of eating they get so self conscious and getting a defensive the business. If i've seen someone eight and i know they're eva and then i'm alone with them and they don't have food if i could be like. Oh i don't know. If i've mentioned i have such thing and there's magic i'm sure you have to remind i'm jason a few. I'm sure he slipped up. A few times has a great either. I would not be married to him. If people actually couldn't be i couldn't i couldn't. I buy nothing would happen So he was great he was always great and the nurses one day is at my house and he got a cereal and i just said it was just like i looked like like annex kind of and then i just lift the room. And he's like. Oh i wonder what's going on. And then he realized he takes such thank i-it's everything that's the only problem i have with. Meaning he takes such a large by that. He's struggling to keep its mouth closed a lot of the time. Then how do you tell someone to type like bites. That are not in their nature you know especially with cereal because it such a regressive food to be argh i find myself just going right back to childhood of and it's usually when i'm stoned and i you know i'm not conscious of it. I would have a hard time Not to defend everything. Jason does because he's my favorite person but Nice pretty pretty. Very few compliance. The thing about the men that. I want to ask you about because we krishna were so we're gonna talk about performance and i know you're embarrassed. It's hard to hear people talk about. How good you are. What are your memories of because you were breastfeeding during that time during this it which made your commitment to doing it. Even that much more touching an i will start prying if i talk about a to honestly so we'll table it but how difficult was that Was doing that was breastfeeding and doing every seekers brits fading during the yes yes how a little there was a little partition. That we built for you. Guys were amazing. Yeah i had done a job before that. My sis job back and i was not supported like i would say hey i have my infant child and they live those seeds all. There's no time there's no time there was some male eight days on this job. i had. She just didn't want to help and like my boobs ra- leaking on first meeting like didn't she wasn't a bottle theater. It was just me. And i would have to like take a moment to go pump. It was on mrs. America's kate actually always had like the little private space like contractually and she would. How many go and pump the in there as long as you want. I'll stay out here but expert peo- come knock on the door. You know Like really she partake nation. Get to sit and be like she's going to take a minute. Like if i didn't and sara poulsen a lot of the also was really like a particular and and did a lot of stuff but you know there was some light people were just would like is holding up production. And it was a real bummer. It gets a little independent movie where people are structuring. The day around. Like what i need and what my baby needs. You had no money and no time like really moving to me. Well it likewise. It meant a lot that you were able to navigate that schedule. I couldn't believe it because you also have so much to do and a lot of it is like a lot of that. Comedy to requires a level of energy. That that I i don't think i would have. I don't think i had have have that in my reserves Especially if i was a lot of energy was draining into another human being weirdly. Get more tired. When i made it to painter because the milk build up that does something so it makes you very cloudy so i would start to get a bit spacey and then i read feeder and be like okay. I'm back. She hates sleeping like last night. She woke up at four. Am and she said. It's time to get up. Jason and i were like no. It's just not. She had like that and then finally she went back to sleep at like six for two hours. But you do during the two hours while. She's having the fifth sing songs like try to cuddle her. You know we just travel so much. We moved around so much. We haven't been very consistent with her and so she hated sleeping. Bruno's doing her movie. Every our in the night would break my heart just being like a distant like whenever she visit you know. Because she's like i. I i know and it was our first. Rfid icon really. Come on we really have to and and out got broke my heart to be like okay can also jason. I want to jason there. It was i. I don't want to send them away to magical Anyway we yeah. I can't wait to see it. I can't wait for people to see you in it because it's It's a great our performance..
"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Improv. Is whatever happens. Yeah so. I was very very refused. And kate was so confident good. She had hit shots like she. I i didn't even understand what it was. And she is a for me to think fans. I was like what she showed up at the airport and neither jacket. I don't know why that was like it's just seemed surf. Nancy me. I was just like.
"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Young actress. Oh that must have meant a lot to her. I mean. I didn't work then i did ever after. Yes which we have to talk that. Oh that's ever ever after was the next one after heavenly creatures. Yeah i did like a little movie in los angeles kind of got release. Was it harder to go back to school to finish school after that after having experienced was so heavenly creatures just for people. I'm not telling you. It would disappear jackson movie co-starring kate winslet you. You had told me about that about that. It's one of those classic like discovery stories. But we just tell people kind of how that happened. It's it sounds like such an overwhelming experience and it's kind of having christmas. This was like so early nineties. What what year thing the rain yet. I was and I you know. I did all the skull trays and stuff like that and local theatre. Whatever and then. I never used to go to assembly and one of the teachers. An english teacher came up to me and she said i know you're never an assembly and i was like oh cool because you were like skipping you really go hang out. It's immaterial across the road. Just my friends cemetery yeah just to smoke instead of the no it was the air. It was kinda spooky. It's i didn't know. I was a bit of a golf but also also the kids hung out at the material. It wasn't like echo. But she came up and she said i know you. You're never an assembly. But there was nouncement. they're casting or movies. You might wanna like go at lunchtime dish. Oh my god who's teacher. She was it was wonderful woman mrs hole. I should remember this name. Because i knew this. Yeah she came up and told me solid. I went to this audition. And i've been doing this drama class With the elderly woman dawn author. Who just sat there and chain smoke and asked us to do dramatic. Improvisation should give us notes. And then we'd try another dramatic info. So all we did was improv. Fly that wall. I mean what. I wouldn't give to a video of one of those classes just like teenage kiwis. Just doing dramatic improv. With a chain smoke in a air must be one somewhere. She was such character so amazing so anyway this evenly christopher vision they didn't want anyone read the script or anything so it was just dramatic improv. I was like i've got this great after the audition. My friend susie. And i went back to the cemetery because we had auditioned together. And suzy said you're gonna do this. Move and i was like what are you talking about. And she said. I could tell by the way they were looking. And then i had to go to a real addition and before that peter jackson put on kate winslet sufficient type. And here's how good you have to be. That's crazy by the way yeah. She's a professional actress from england. She's been working in television for five years. Here's how good chance. So he did that before your How do you remember the feeling. Do you remember how you felt watching fine. She's so great and you know with strict me that she was a professional and interesting that he did that he i think he just wanted. His team like improvised. Hey you know. I never damage before. So did you. So you did the other. She obviously did it. Well and then how did you find that you got it. And what kind of confidence do you have. Going into. That experience for the audition. They had the acting coach there with me her. Name's miranda harcourt and she's an amazing actor herself and she coaches children and young people from movies now and i think like any movie that has a child in. It should have an acting coach for the child like what she does with. Kids actually did them the lion. She gave me so many holes in so much confidence in that addition that it suddenly felt possible to me like at at open it up and away it just was such a big thing And the fist. I that i was there that gave me kind of free. I of learning how to hit a map out did not look at a camera. you know. Pierre oh my god yeah. What was the most difficult thing for you looking back. What was the one that you you were. It was most overcome mocks ashore. From having to like get to a particular mac on the ground so that the focus would be right and not. Look at your seat to see that you were there. I had may. I was like i didn't know that habit and it's crazy to me was like people are doing bursts. I just saw this the making of back future. Like a documentary about it. And they said that crispin glover was an there's footage of him just like walking out of frame because he was like no. I think i should be walking. I don't want to stay here. And he would walk literally out of frame and the shots and so the crew. According to the documentary they built a little like fence. There around trees in the city they would pick construct little league for. Yeah for into phone within that that area. But i kind of get especially. If you've only done theater you wanna like move. You want to the theater i had done. The skull plays a wasn't like like any kind of full mold know. Yeah and with this improv class. I'm sure.
"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"This emotion and selling commercial response and he and i just started crying and then i cannot tell you how flat that joke fell after that where the doctor kohl's like i bent. I'm surprised to hear that i shouldn't be. I remember you telling me about about. Charlie sheen and i think the press that he got in the the the public image of him had just overwhelmed however felt about miss and after he's has given wonderful performances in. It shouldn't surprise me but it does that. He he was so grounded. Yeah i mean. I think the person was in the press saying all the crazy stuff was like a complete strangest. Wow he was one of the first like famous people. I met i was young. I was young actor who was one of the first times. I've been in la. I think if not the first or second my friend took me to this. Hollywood party in the raleigh's i fancy people in and got us so charlie sheen and he he found out that i just moved to la. I was trying to be a young actor found out. He asked but he was so curious about my life about my br he. Finally i started giving me these cautionary tales about don't do would i did basically and then he talked me for a good half hour and gave me advice and i never saw him again. I didn't know that story. I really yeah. He did some things so like exceptionally kind once My ex husband jimmy. Who knows you. And i used to They don't have people deliver meals anymore. But we you know donate To project angel food which is a great organization in los angeles. I used to deliver meals every friday. And jimmy did a different Wrote delivering and there was someone on. Jimmy's wrote it was such a big fan of chilies and so i went to work one day. I said you know jimmy delivers to this guy. And his japan of yours and he has aids and cancer and he's really struggling and i wonder if he was mind signing picture but he signed this us like. Oh my god of course and he find the picture. Many ask for the guy's phone number and cold him and it was like her one time awake that he was at the doctor. Oh my god but he left us long voice message for him And he keeps saying to me. Like i need to go back when he's air needs to like really have a good talk to him. I'm 'cause you know. Charlie was sober and this man sober And you know it. Student pointed came and i said oh i just wanted to let you know the selling south past. They listen to your message. Every single day And charlie decided crying psych. I can't believe. I make that phone call covering didn't call him back and i was like you did something. You didn't so much more than they ask if you yeah. Yeah oh man. I chose mel. That's really beautiful. I And it's also You know it's. I'm sure he watched the things. That's the other thing about what we do in certainly show like to enough men that reaches so many people You you described that moment of like really heavy investment about the proposal joke. That's the kind of thing. I i sometimes forget not to like blow smoke our asses pat on the back that i forget sometimes the That that is a joy that you bring to people's lives you certainly on a popular show. You come into their homes and you make people laugh at that misfield. Do you ever have moments where you're able to feel good about that. Were you're able to conceptualize that. I made i you know. I'm very very shy. So being recognized and published just a nightmare for me only thing makes it with wile. Is somebody telling me what it meant to them. You know like. I mean piston. Oh connection the you know when somebody comes up and they just know you look familiar. And they're trying to place you know with interaction that what what is it. What form does it usually take when it is positive what it is a year so and so from such and such as it usually to enough men a lot of the time it's two and a half men and people say my dad loves that shows neighbor. I watch connect with them. He's had with over there for a lot of time with his that show and it's always really kinda sweet stories like that A lot of the time. It's from young women. Saying nice things about how seeing the on television has made them feel like they're more okay. Like i think just seeing someone who looks a little bit more like you is always a nice thing for people. It's like oh. Wow like she here. She is on tv having a love interest. And nobody's like get that off the screen. You know what i mean like. There's like teeny tiny women and there's not a lot of like women who are sized like most of the will. Yeah yeah which. It's really awful before you had your green card you living in. were you in new zealand. We that were you living wherever you were working asking. If i was here lake lan- yes yes this is not. This is on behalf of ice okay. So you're sweating hot summer. I'm yeah i yeah. I was in new zealand for some of the timeline. We come over three months. Which is the length of time. I could get four and then i lived in england for two years. Oh so but was the. If you had that aspirin what what was the acting. Aspiration was was it just to do you strike me as somebody who just it was simply about doing good work But but did you was a secret ambition to to do specifically in l. a. to want something that we were you chasing some kind of gold ring. Yeah i mean my secret. Bush is supposed to be catching kotla jr demanded that is my favorite of all time Shame working breaking the waves to nevada. Mike lee movies just naked juice in korea girls. She had such an amazing career in independent films. And i got to work with her in a movie version of cherry richards a year before she passed away but that was like from the time i was a teenager. It was like catching cottage and and Lorden really the the models for me. Were you able to catching the where she passed. When you're working together. You're able to have that moment with her. I had some. I mean she was very gracious very kind. Some movie was directed by the spirit eccentric. Greek man called. Michael kirk leonidas and. He told me in the audition than i had the job. But he said There are other girls in the waiting room. So don't look happy when you go out It was crazy and then he won a great day. I found you and catching cottage today. And i just like this. Here's in front of them. And i couldn't like i could cry now. Think he was like. Oh my god you're hearing is tearing up. i can attest. That's amazing voluptuous. I'm so glad you were able to say that. There must have meant a lot to her because you were also by that point. You know heavenly creatures had done such you. You were accomplished for.
"lynskey" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Hello hi get outta here. What what are you sorry for. Always late i love it. I love and other people are late. I need to be life. I'm always at least a minute or two late. I'm always like ten minutes great teen. I like he's just gonna do my on. Xm where's jason. Let's get him in here. Let's get him to cameo in this one okay. My advocated funds. Just in case comes okay. So melanie's getting jason here. He comes and look your blonde hair. Wow okay okay. Melanie was quick to get out. She's embarrassed where she needs to preemptive because it was off several months ago and i just kept it wiping. It's pretty cool. I have to point out. The melanie does genuinely embarrassed. And yeah he's still hughes is the door. he's looks good. i think i know size. Like how many be like. Listen you gotta do something. 'cause he's still looks cute. It's just so jarring. It's a very different. It really does a lot. Yeah i made it worse by in the store was son leap for this spread. Your hair can type and hear what the topic of. Yeah all this started to turn eight years so chasing the do the job is done. The platinum job is long. jan may day one day. fifty flash. forward You know like into the future nicer. Hey i'm not married to my hair length or color. Do it do what you will lead reach. Only the top. let's deal. I can see the thought bubble of melanie. Which is but i'm married to it. Just short of giving ultimatum and been like straw stronger suggestions to we'll he hatches debate in this. Abc documentary about his father. Yes thank yes. So i was like. It's like it's time you know writing. Yeah eating it. i'm blondin specialist. No explanation well. I feel like your dad would have laughed about it. He did and also. I didn't even remember but after sling blade he had that like berry. Weird share yeah also was sorta lightened and he kept that for all. It's over here. There is no mosh to my dad. Okay i don't know if you know the is hard for me because i'm just not gonna sound funny. Oh get outta here. You've been so funny already that today. Come on jason taylor. She's so funny funny. The other day we asked air dawson the other day. I see this the funniest the family and she said mama is data very can't she said he's goofy but in the world i think goofy might be might be higher than funny i think. Probably she's your witty. Your whittier pithier. Filthy so funny. How is the perfect little nugget. Cute on my gosh man. Straight mr so much. Knowledge should love your. She's still talks about you. That's crazy. well it's been a year and Obviously we're getting excited we. We're gonna talk a lot about it on the show but What what is the last year. Been like you've been working a lot. You've been working during this for now right. I would until the end of twenty twenty. Like i got an offer to a movie and i was so nervous about movie and then i went and did to. It sounds of young sheldon. I'm was it was fun. It was super fun. Yeah i bet. That's chuck woolery show. We'll talk show and so you know. I know chuck and he asked me. And i was. I was very grateful to be with people. I knew and have kind of like a practice. Round was two and a half men because that strikes me as something that was unique for you by that was a different type of acting medium that you had done or had. You had experience with multi comstock. Well i think twenty four. When i auditioned for that show and i had just gotten my grain cod. I had just been deigned an alien of extraordinary ability. Thank you you are yes. would you are. Silence able to go outside pilot season at the pilots season before because there just wasn't enough like time to get a visa to do a pilot so it was my sis pilot and i was just a gift star and i was like this seems kind of fun to do like a gets down sitcom and then they asked me to be a regular after island. Oh wow so. And was that a difficult decision miller who was like. Oh no br to me. Now that we've talked about this but that sounds like but at the time when you're twenty four and i was a little league pretentious about how being stuck on a show and like did that factor in at all. I was kind of not in a great place I had agents. Didn't seem that excited about me. And i was kind of like and they were like why not i feel okay. I did apple those feelings about like what this mean. My now going to be like his sitcom. I and and i did a year and at the end of the year ahead a conversation where chuck and i said i feel like i'm a wacky neighbour. My list nightmare. I'm i just remember this one episode. It was. I had one insane. And i was pushing angus the little boy around in a chair. He was bandages behalf. Someone the half man and someone say what are you doing. I said we're playing mummy and a chair. that was a lie. is that wake. I just like i mean a cheer. It's it was such a weird funny joke. And i actually liked it but i decided to think like what if there was more like you know. I miss the independent movies. I've been doing best supporting pod. And something i would imagine that world and i'm not saying like gutters great acting that's possible in that world and you've done it and and we've all seen it but but i imagine it must present some difficulties in terms of being grounded and.
Joe Biden Idolozies Saul D. Alinsky; Journalists Idolize Karl Marx
"In his book rules for radicals saw, Lynskey, well known Marxist community organizer wrote. A reformation means that masses of our people have reached the point of disillusionment with past ways and values. They don't know what will work, but they do know that the prevailing system is self defeating, frustrating and hopeless. They don't act for change, but won't strongly oppose those who do. The time is then right for revolution. He said. Remember once you organize people around something is commonly agreed upon his pollution. And an organized people are on the move. From there. It's a short and natural step. The political pollution Ted Pentagon pollution The revolution. The media have played a huge role in disparaging the public and undermining American institutions, traditions. Violence Keys measure The Revolution is now upon us. Among other things, his tactics must now be deployed, and they include picking the target, freezing and personalizing and polarizing. But Alinsky went on. He said. In conflict tactics, there are certain rules that the organizers should always regard as universality is One is the opposition must be singled out as the target and frozen. He said. Obviously, there's no point to tactics unless one is a target upon which to center. The attacks. This focus comes a polarization. We have indicated before. All issues must be polarized. If action is to follow. More Joe Biden and what's going on today and yesterday, polarizing. Jim Crow. They don't want black people to vote. You're killing people. You see, Joe Biden is an Alinsky to You see, our journalists are following in the tradition of marks.
CDC director warns of "impending doom" amid COVID spike
"90% of the adult U. S population will be eligible for a coping 19 vaccination and 90% will have the vaccination site within five miles of home By April, 19th. Our work is far from over. War against covert 19 is far from one This is deadly serious, and the CDC director concerned about an uptick in cases, the U. S is now averaging more than 60,000 new Corona virus infections each day. That's an increase of more than 10.5% In the last week, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said she has a feeling of impending doom has so much to look forward to. So much promise and potential of where we are and so much reason for hope. Right now. I'm scared, she says she's asking people to hold on just a little longer here just almost there, But not by that. Dr Lynskey blamed surgeon cases on increased travel, relaxed restrictions and new variants of the virus. Brian Clark ABC News in
Should Philadelphia teachers get vaccinated before returning to in-person instruction?
"Well is, he writes the CDC guidance recommends vaccinated. People continue to avoid medium and large size gatherings. But at the same time, they're saying that educators do not need to be vaccinated before returning to the classroom. Can professor off it speak to that? Right. So so the again we're not help us here. I mean, a teacher can still mitigate significantly mitigate risk by masking and physically distancing. I mean, that is as powerful as a vaccine on I agreed with teachers that they are on essential group. They are I mean, we have you know, it's distance. Learning is not the same as on site learning, especially for young people. I can tell you in Philadelphia, you know where I live. This is the only decent meal Many told me get during the day also. The instance interestingly of child abuse, and Philadelphia has dropped to zero, which tells you the child abuse is typically picked up in the classroom. So I think we need to get back to school. And I agree with Dr Lynskey, the CDC that teachers don't necessarily need to be vaccinated before they go back to school. But but I know there's a major effort now in our city and in number of citizen to get teachers vaccinated. But I think you know it's not if masking it physical distancing was not available that I could see the point. But you know, we are helpless here. It is amazing to me that people still continue not to mask and get into large groups. I mean, how much more information that we need at this point that
CDC director says to watch Super Bowl virtually or only with people you already live with
"Your Super Bowl party become a super spreader event. That was the message today from the CDC director, Dr Rochelle will landscape ever team you're reading for And whichever commercial is your favorite. Please watch the Super Bowl safely gathering on Lee virtually or with the people you live with the progression of the virus, Dr Lynskey says cases and hospitalizations appear to be on a downward trajectory. But you warned that a variance could impact the positive momentum.
"lynskey" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lynskey, the financial quarterback. And we have a special Theme of musical selections. What do we have, buddy? Radio songs. So give us a call, folks. 888988 Josh Waited 8988567 for radio songs. Well, whose radio songs were They when you were discharged Key? Barbara, you have frustrated dis jockey. Bob G does a fantastic job. Every week, laying down the tracks of your youth. And if it wasn't for Bob, we wouldn't have these great songs every week. So thank you, Bob. Bob, did you want to say something? Gordon's on the line. Okay, Bob, thank you so much. An IRA IRA is now trapped in a room. And he has had little contact. Two humans. I hope he's doing all right. I'm beginning to worry about IRA. IRA is quite all right, according to Bob. I used to have IRA in my ear every week and they got it like I want is a fantastic job screening the calls. He's been my call screener for I don't know how many years And if wasn't for IRA And You know, you know the doctrine of predestination, I think I think IRA was predestined. To be a producer on my show, because Kyra. Get it, Ira. OK, so now we have Bob and IRA. And Gordon. Who's been with us since the beginning, Gordon You know, I've never met Gordon. People say it was Gordon. Your father? No. My father is with the Lord. But Gordon's a great man. Go ahead, Gordon. Well, actually, just some old.
Indiana mother and daughter charged with COVID-19 wire fraud
"Thursday. Money Mules in Indiana, Chris Davis reports on the mom and daughter Duo arrested for check fraud. Washington State has lost millions of dollars in unemployment benefits that people didn't deserve. And some of that money has gone to a Hoosier mom and daughter from Fort Branch Rose Ann as a really low is the mom and Andrea Rene Pit. Lynskey is the daughter. They were getting checks from Washington state that they didn't deserve in their bank accounts, cashing them and then giving part of the money to the person who orchestrated this scheme. And he has not been arrested yet, says U S Attorney
Prosecutor to testify Roger Stone sentencing was politicized
"A justice department prosecutors preparing to tell Congress that Donald trump's longtime political adviser Roger stone got special treatment because of politics NPR's Carrie Johnson reports the prosecutor says supervisors at the justice department wanted to change your sentencing recommendation because they were afraid of president trump prosecutor Aaron Zelinsky says he and others were pressured to cut presidential adviser Roger stone a break instead the Lynskey withdrew from the case this year because he worried about favoritism the Lynskey will testify Wednesday at a house Judiciary Committee hearing about alleged political interference in the justice
Bolton says he hopes book is not 'suppressed' by White House
"Former national security adviser John Bolton says he hopes his memoir on working under president trump will not be suppressed W. NC's J. price reports on Bolton's commented Duke University and its first public remarks since trump's impeachment trial the book is undergoing a government pre publication review that Bolton called censorship according to The New York Times Bolton claims in this manuscript he heard from say he wanted to link Ukrainian military assistance to an investigation of Joe Biden and his son Bolton was Cory about what the book contains he said the bits dealing with Ukraine were like a quote sprinkles on the ice cream sundae responding to a question about whether he agreed with president trump that his call with Ukrainian president Vladimir is the Lynskey was perfect Bolton simply replied you'll love chapter fourteen for NPR news I'm Jay
"lynskey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Not only on surprising it's also irrelevant the question is whether president trump use the power of the presidency the course president's Lynskey into helping him win a political campaign what we know the president's Leschi was pressure he kept delaying and delaying because they did not want to be a pawn in US domestic politics in fact president delaski remains under present a pressure to this day as homes testified there are still things the Ukrainians want and need from the United States including a meeting with the president in the oval office which is still not been scheduled and yes Ukraine remains a war in needs US military eight including a that is still delayed from last year for these reasons Mister Holmes explained quote hi fi I think your cranium they're being very careful they still need us now going forward in fact right now president of whiskey is trying to arrange a summit meeting with president Putin in the coming weeks his first face to face meeting with him to try to advance the peace process he needs our support he needs president Putin to understand that America supports the Lynskey at the highest levels so this doesn't end with the lifting of the security assistance whole Ukraine still needs us and as I said still fighting this war this very day when president trump for his own personal political gain ask for a favor from presidents Lynskey he did exactly what the framers feared most he invited the influence of a foreign power into our elections he used the power of his office to secure that advantage and jeopardized our national security yet president trump maintains that he was always in the right and that is July twenty fifth call with president Clinton's Lynskey was perfect president trump has made it clear that he believes he is free to use his powers the same way to the same men's whenever and wherever he pleases and even more troubling he's even doubling down on his view abuse inviting other countries to interfere in our elections what does all of this tell you it tells you that ambassador Simon was correct when he told the homes after hanging up with president trump on July twenty six that the president doesn't care about Ukraine he only cares about the quote big stuff meaning stuff that helps him personally the bottom line is that the president use the powers of his office for personal political gain he did so knowingly deliberately and repeatedly and his misconduct continues to this day that was congressman chasing crow Democrat from Colorado one of the house impeachment managers we're now going to hear what we think may be a rapper from house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff the lead house impeachment manager senators are just for your orientation of this will be the last presentation on article one and Mr leader I think at the conclusions presentational be a logical point to take a break this is the last section on article one deals with the injury to our national interest in our national security the president trump used Ukraine's leader for political favor and with held critical military aid to an ally in exchange for that favor he did exactly what our framers feared most he invited foreign interference in our elections and sold out our country security for his personal benefit and betrayed the nation's trusts to a foreign power the presence game to pressure Ukraine to do is political dirty work harmed or national security undermined are free and fair elections and even today even today threatens the very foundation of our democracy when the president argues that his call was perfect that he did nothing wrong what he's really saying is that there's nothing wrong with the president asking a foreign government to do a personal favor that there's nothing wrong with the president pressuring that foreign country to interfere in our elections for his personal benefit that there's nothing wrong with withholding congressionally appropriated taxpayer funded military assistance to that foreign country to extort that country to help the president cheat to win an election but there are a great many things wrong with that most significant for the purposes that bring us here today the constitution does not permit it and the constitution does not permit it is that conduct is the quintessential abuse of power the use of official power for personal gain putting personal interest over the national interest and placing personal benefits over our nation's security the president's conduct that we outlined yesterday harm to our national security that is without a doubt it endangered our elections and it sent our country on a dangerous path that if left unchecked we'll call is irrevocable damage to the balance of power contemplated in our constitution if someone sacrifices the national interest in favor of his own and is not removed from office our democracy is in jeopardy it's just that simple the grave consequences of president trump's misconduct demand our attention let me take these issues in turn beginning with this harm to national security first the president's abuse of power had immediate consequences to our security Ukraine is a burgeoning democracy and tangled in a hot war with Russia by withholding military aid president trump not only denied Ukraine much needed military equipment but also we can Ukraine's position in negotiations over the end of the war with Russia because a presence from president trump's corrupt actions Vladimir Putin was in Bolton at a pivotal moment ahead of those sensitive negotiations to attempt to end the war and emboldened Russia is a threat to the United States and global security around the world the president's willingness to put himself over country under cut our European allies confidence in America's commitment to deterring Russian aggression and its signal to adversaries and friends alike that the president of the United States the most powerful man in the world our commander in chief could be influenced by manipulating his perception of what was best for his personal interests no I have no doubt that the Russians in probably every other nation that has the capacity does a psychological profile of the president of the United States as we profile other leaders if a president can be so easily manipulated to disbelieve his own intelligence agencies to accept the propaganda of the Kremlin that is a threat to our national security and that is just what is happened here but that's not all president trump's willingness to untangle our foreign allies in a crop political errand also undermined the credibility of Americans to promote the rule of law and fight corruption abroad this is trump first not American first non American ideals first and the result has and will continue to be great harm to our nation if this chamber does not stand up and say it is wrong if you do not stand up and say this is not only wrong not only unacceptable but conduct incompatible with the office of the presidency and if it really is incompatible with the office of the presidency if you cannot faithfully execute that responsibility if you cannot bring yourself to put your nation's interests ahead of your own it must be impeachable or the nation remains at risk let's consider the big picture here and probably a question many people around the country arrest white is Ukraine matter to the United States what is your cream out of the United States because we're talking about small country many people know very little about well this small country this ally of ours is a country hungry for reform and eager for a stronger relation with its most in powerful important ally the United States and we're talking about ourselves and what it means the strength of our own democracy and democracies around the world within countries like Ukraine are fighting our fight against the for Terry innocent at least that used to be our fight and god help us if it's not our fight still Russian president Putin declared the collapse of the Soviet Union to be the greatest geo political catastrophe of the twentieth century Ukraine's vote for independence in December nineteen ninety one was the final nail in the Soviet union's coffin that made you cranes greatest moment Putin's greatest tragedy when it declared independence from Soviet domination Ukraine inherited roughly nineteen hundred Soviet nuclear warheads enough fire power to level every major American city several times over nineteen hundred Soviet nuclear warheads in exchange for Ukraine surrendering this arsenal the United States Russia and the United Kingdom reached an understanding called the Budapest memorandum memorandum of nineteen ninety four they continued they committed in this memorandum to respecting the borders of an independent Ukraine and also to refrain from using the threat or use of force against Ukraine this was an early success of the post Cold War period despite its commitment to respect Ukraine's independence of course Russia continue to meddle in Ukraine's affairs ambassador Taylor recounted how events took it even more sinister turn in twenty thirteen the west but in twenty thirteen Vladimir Putin was so threatened by the prospect of Ukraine joining the European Union they tried to bribe the Ukrainian president this triggered mass protests in the winter of twenty thirteen that drove the Pratt that president to flee to Russia in twenty fourteen February twenty fourteen but not before his forces killed a hundred Ukrainian protesters in central give angered by the fall of the Kremlin backed leader in Kiev president Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine specifically a region known as Crimea Russia's aggression was met with global condemnation you're listening to special coverage from NPR news of the Senate impeachment trial right now speaking on the floor is house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff Democrat from California he is showing evidence actually a small video clip to the Senate jurors so to speak as they discuss the two articles of impeachment that they are bringing over from the house we liked the sound there but you can see the images of that conflict on the screens before you Deputy Assistant secretary of defense lore Cooper testified as to the stakes for U. S. national security Russia violated the sovereignty of Ukraine's territory Russia illegally annexed territory that belong to Ukraine they also denied Ukraine access to its naval fleet at the time and to this day Russia is building capability on Crimea designs to expand Russian military power projection far beyond the immediate region in twenty fourteen were their concerns in Washington here in Washington and European capitals that Russia might not stop in Ukraine I was not in my current position in twenty fourteen but it is my understanding that there was significant fear about where Russian aggression would stop one American a war hero and statesman who is no stranger to this body recognize the threat posed by Russia's invasion of Crimea senator John McCain in an interview he declared quote we are all Ukrainians senator McCain advised that this is a chess match reminiscent of the Cold War and we need to realize that and act accordingly he was of course absolutely right consistent with the commitments made to Ukraine in nineteen ninety four the United States and Europe responded to Russia's invasion by imposing significant sanctions on Russia we join Europe in providing a crane billions of dollars in economic support to help it resist Russian influence and the.
US senators clash over witnesses at Trump impeachment trial
"For just the third time in American history a US president is on trial in the Senate with president trump impeachment trial officially under way Linda Kenyon reports there's a lot at stake for the president's legacy and the twenty twenty election it began in the Senate chamber with the official presentation of the articles of impeachment with one of the chief house impeachment managers outlining the charges against president trump president trump solicited the interference of a foreign government Ukraine in the twenty twenty United States presidential election then representative Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee described the second article of impeachment obstruction of Congress no president has ever ordered the complete defiance of an impeachment and Cory or sought to obstruct and impede so comprehensively the ability of the house of representatives to investigate high crimes and misdemeanors on the other side of the capitol building house speaker Nancy Pelosi was addressing the issue of whether the Republican controlled Senate must take into account recent new evidence and allow witness testimony in the trial they don't see documents they don't hear from my witnesses are they don't want they want a can or anything new that comes up what's come up includes a statement from the government accountability office that says the trump administration broke the law when it withheld US security aid to Ukraine last year that had been appropriated by Congress house minority leader Kevin McCarthy dismissed this new revelation saying the house had its chance they made their case for impeachment the Senate role now is the judge in the afternoon a harsh envelop the Senate chamber as Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts entered senators I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice for the purpose of joining with you for the trial of the president of the United States justice Roberts who will preside over the president's impeachment trial was administered the oath by the president pro tem of the Senate Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley Roberts interns Warren the members of the U. S. Senate they will act as the jury in the trial do you saw only swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John trump president of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the constitution and laws so help you god the trial will begin with opening statements next Tuesday but there's still a lot of questions to be answered like the issue of whether there will be witness testimony Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he really doesn't know we expect that we will have votes on these witnesses on Tuesday be can't be sure to we see the resolution that McConnell has put together he refers to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would first said he did not want any witness testimony in the trial but later said the issue would be put to a vote during the trial as Senate Republicans took the lead on impeachment house Democrats were pushing them to hear new evidence particularly from somebody associated with president trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani Alex Marquardt reports the indicted associate Abadi Giuliani turning on his old boss and the man they were working train president trump idolize them I mean I thought he was the savior left harness says everyone knew what was going on in Ukraine including trump during a media blitz that helps show prosecutors you're willing to cooperate harness for how significant the pressure was in the quid pro quo with Ukraine investigate the bidens or else if they didn't make the announcement basically there would be no relationship the Ukrainian born partner says he told officials in Kiev there would be no military aid or a White House meeting for the new president and less they announced the Biden investigation the only thing will we cared about and then we were poor we were the team was to get the Lynskey or a Porsche and go for somebody to make on the press release of announcement into the by investigation also in the balance partner said with the attendance of vice president Mike pence a Dylan skis on Aug aeration announcement no pets burns with me at the number rations there would be no visit to the White House there would be basically they would have no communication pence's office responded that part S. will say anything to stay out of prison trump has denied knowing part S. despite numerous photos showing the two together every time he says us from another after his line is lying the administration is also
House managers deliver articles of impeachment to Senate - key takeaways
"We're going to begin today's program with breaking news on president trump's impeachment trial house Democrats and the White House have laid out their arguments prior to the Senate trial that begins Tuesday White House lawyers unveiled their response to the summons sent Thursday by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and earlier today house managers filed their brief writing quote president trump's conduct is the framers worst nightmare and quote joining us now to explain what's happening is NPR White House correspondent Frank or doing us Franco thanks so much for joining us thanks for having me so let's start with the White House team what are they saying well president trump's legal team says it's ready for the Senate trial may have delivered a very forceful response to the house find they're calling the two articles of impeachment passed by the house a dangerous attack on the right of the American people to freely choose their president sources close to the president's legal team said White House counsel paths of Bologna and trump's private attorney Jay Jay Sekulow plan to challenge the impeachment on both procedural and substantive rounds of a kind of keys that fire its rhetoric that we expect they argue this is a brazen attempt to overturn the two thousand sixteen election as well as interfere with the twenty twenty election that's coming up what about the quid pro quo allocation that was the thing that started this whole process right that is going to be a part of this they plan to address both the April and July calls with the Ukraine president on that as you note started this they will go over those discussions between the president trump and president so Lynskey of Ukraine they will argue that the house record from the house hearings did not establish a quid pro quo and they will argue that the house abused the power of the word quid pro quo and in noting that it never showed up in the articles of impeachment they say they plan to raise it because they want to rip to remind the American people and exactly how this all started you know figure this week the government accountability office found that the White House violated federal law by withholding that congressionally approved security aid to Ukraine does that finding play into this and if so how it could I mean certainly the White House is disputing that but they argue they disagree with the clues conclusions again the sources close to the legal team that say it should not be part of this and that those that those findings are not part of the Senate trial they are specifically looking arguing about that two articles of impeachment and very bluntly they say they're not they're not referring to or they're not going to be litigating think reports and findings that came out after that okay let's go to the other side of the equation the house right earlier today the house of representatives filed their brief in the impeachment trial what are the big takeaways from that yeah I should note that in there that brief is in verse is not in response to the White House button a legal requirement established by the Senate process in their brief though they make the argument that the president's actions were an abuse of power and that the evidence overwhelmingly establishes that he is guilty of both articles of impeachment there now urging the Senate to carry out its responsibility you know that was placed on them by the framers of the constitution and to uphold their constitutional of okay so we have about thirty seconds left left what happens next how is this going to begin next week well they gave us a little bit at least of the opening we know that Alan Dershowitz will be helping with the opening statements it he will also part of that will be paths of Bologna at the White House counsel as well as Jay Sekulow who will follow Patsy baloney who will kind of give an overview of the case but there gonna argue very vigorously that is NPR White House correspondent Franco ordinance Franco thank you thank
GAO says Trump administration broke law by holding up Ukraine aid
"You have there's still a lot of people don't understand what's happening believe it or not there are still a ton of people out there who believe that trump is this is a process that removes trump from office not that I mean obviously I can but they believe that this is that trump will be resigning soon are removed from office of Mike pence is gonna be stored and there are still people out there who believe that it's baffling to me that people don't understand what's happening all that has happened so far is that a trial has been authorized if it it would be the same it's basically if we have to liken it to a train actual criminal trial the grand jury has met and decided that the chart that the charges are going to go forward that does not mean that he has been found guilty it would be the same as if the police said Hey some people some people heard from some other people that you killed somebody so we're going to you know file charges against you prosecutor would say you were going to file charges against you and then we'll go to court that's pretty much how likely it al what's going on here when that doesn't mean that he's done anything wrong he hasn't that doesn't mean that he's going to be convicted of a crime he won't it doesn't mean he's going to do any jail time made he's not it certainly doesn't mean he's going to be removed from office of impeachment is always always always a political exercise because it takes place in the political arena all lyrics hi it is not a criminal trial there no one's gonna do jail time for this the only thing that can happen he could get censured I guess but I don't even think that's gonna happen the only thing that could happen punishment wise he could be removed from office not be allowed to hold office again but may he's not going to doing a crime is I'm gonna be convicted now the only other new information came out today the general accountability office has issued a legal opinion now when you say that you know that this has no wait this has no bearing on anything this is an opinion nothing more the general accountability off it give and I only say that by the way because this is being reported to some incredible bomb shell that proves that trump did everything wrong and that trump should be impeached and removed well that's how it's being for reported it's not it's opinion it's an opinion that has no weight to it it's an opinion that has no legal foundation it's our opinion that has no what teeth behind it is simply an opinion and nothing more I am the a government accountability office has issued a legal opinion today saying that the president trump administration broke the law by withholding defense aid to Ukraine which eventually did get released the issue at the heart of the president's impeachment trial that money two hundred and forty million dollars which have been allocated to the department of defense or security assistance which they eventually got was appropriated by Congress and therefore the administration was required to release it which they did they just didn't do it in a timely manner they didn't do it quick enough for them but again were we're dealing with a country that is rampant with corruption and they were trying to figure out whether or not the money was going to go for the reasons that it was going to go for and whether or not it was going to be used for the reason it was going to be used apparently the the president doesn't have the power to do that if Congress allocates money you just have to give it to them regardless of what they're going to do with that which seems a little fishy in and of itself by the way it seems as though the president should be allowed to make sure that the money is going to be used in the eight is going to be used in such a way that it will be used for the reasons it's supposed to be used for and again Ukraine a out wash in corruption before the Lynskey got got elected and still lives by the way but you know those those old ways of doing things need to be put over with so there's really I don't really see a problem with them holding back and making sure that the money's going to be used for what was supposed to use FOR faithful execution of the law does not permit the president they say to substitute his own policy priorities for those that Congress has enacted into law the opinion said OMB the office of management budget withheld the withheld funds for a policy reason not a program programmatic a delay I see therefore we conclude that the OMB violated the I. C. A. impoundment control act which means nothing no part crime no punishment no harm no foul blah blah blah blah blah blah and that's all there is to it basically that's what it comes down to they did that they they didn't have the money out in a timely manner and they've decided that they broken the law there's no punishment for it there's no nobody's gonna go to jail nobody's going to do anything again this is simply an opinion and doesn't mean anything and that's very important this is not a conviction this is an opinion nothing more the trump administration with held a total of about four hundred million dollars of security assistance from Ukraine last summer the two hundred forty million dollars the G. A. O. will says was illegally withheld was allocated to the department of defense while the rest was allocated to the state department the legal opinion says the GAO also had questions about the money from state and it was looking into whether that with withholding was proper the constitution the opinion says grants the president no unilateral authority to withhold funds from obligation instead Congress has vested the president was strictly circumscribed thorny to impound or withhold budget authority only in limited circumstances as expressly provided by the I. C. a trump was investigating corruption there we saw that on the phone call he was correct he was does to getting corruption or attempting to investigate corruption which apparently the president is no longer allowed to do especially if you're a Democrat running for president they say today they did the GAO general counsel Thomas H. Armstrong said in the statement today GAO issued a legal decision without teeth concluding that the office of management and budget violated the law when it withheld approximately two hundred forty million dollars appropriated to the department of defense for security entrant into it assistance to Ukraine which they eventually got again more so this keeps coming out far more than they ever got under Barack Obama the president has narrow limits already with whole operation appropriations under the impoundment control act of nineteen seventy four and that's what he was doing the White House rebutted the charge criticizing the agency's decision as an over reach and an attempt to insert itself into the media's coverage the of the day they issued a statement from the OMB office of my management budget spokeswoman Rachel some also we disagree with the geo's opinion OMB uses it's appropriate probe apportionment authority to ensure taxpayer dollars are properly spent consistent with the president press the president's priorities and with the loss so what they're saying is that what what they're saying is they did the right thing what the GA I was saying that the the president has to give the money out regardless of whether or not there's rampant corruption and regardless of of whether or not this aid could be used for anything other than what it's supposed to be used for that's basically what they're saying so again just another political bogus the little thing and it's being a big deal the whole call legal the president violated the law blah blah blah it's an opinion all this it's just an opinion it's an opinion on a governmental agency and it appears that the money was what was withheld for legitimate reasons because again we were investigating or attempting to investigate corruption in Ukraine which if it involves a Democrat running for president is an all out we've we've come to
Trump administration to defend Soleimani killing in congressional briefing
"Meanwhile Congress will get a briefing on the deadly U. S. air strike the so called gang of eight will be brought up to speed today top congressional leaders will be briefed on arrival ask a lot of questions about that intelligence the ministrations assertion that this was an imminent threat while the house and the Senate we'll get there own briefings tomorrow from top trump administration officials Democrats are angry that congressional leaders were not briefed before the air strike house speaker Nancy Pelosi is demanding the Senate call witnesses to testify and president trump's impeachment trial hello he tweeted that president trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell I've run out of excuses she also insisted that documents trump is blocked must be subpoenaed for the Senate trial and you got former national security adviser John Bolton is now saying is prepared to testify in the impeachment trial if he is subpoena in a statement Bolden said he made the decision with careful consideration Bolton previously said he would not testify before the house intelligence committee during its impeachment investigation unless he was subpoenaed and a judge ordered him to defy the White House Bolton was on the July twenty fifth phone call president trump had with the Ukrainian president which house Democrats have based two articles of impeachment on in the cultural best presidents the Lynskey to investigate his political rival Joe Biden and his son
"lynskey" Discussed on KCRW
"Was diagnosed with cancer in in the hospital the capital Kiev you notice something there was no call button for nurse you just have to scream hope someone heard you you just understand that it has to be it's it's very simple but they're not Grinstead a career in advertising and he's a practical guide from his hospital bed he picked up the phone I managed to find maker of call buttons to get after the whole hospital for five hundred dollars the fund raised on Facebook and people gave me like twelve thousands and that kind of solution minded approach to problems it was about to get him noticed our song only should hold the skin that is full of yeah no while all this was going on the televisions in the hospital were showing bill demersal and ski campaigning for president they were also showing episodes of the Lynskey sit com where he played a fictional Ukrainian president and there's one well known scene from the trailer of season two of the sit com so it's his character as an anxiety dream becomes the parliament with the big plan for reform yeah but you must only by yes a degree form cutting in parliament laughs in his face just three people Ukraine have nothing to eat he says they're afraid to walk in the street he's not going abroad that this isn't ha ha comedy this is comedies fury it's bottled rage against the political elites insulin ski and everyone is age grown up with the scene ends with Zelinsky pointing machine guns of parliament.
Rudy Giuliani admits he 'needed Yovanovitch out of the way'
"Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani has been making the rounds again in Ukraine and Bob Constantini reports the president seems to still view guiliani as his personal lawyer president trump would only say Rudy Giuliani didn't tell me much about the personal attorneys recent trip to Ukraine Giuliani is a firm believer in the theory that you queen actually hacks democratic campaigns in twenty sixteen in order to help Hillary Clinton and he's been lobbying Ukrainian officials to launch investigations into hunter Biden it's a soon to the former New York City mayor met with the president on Friday at the White House so proceeds would not confirm it he's a great person who loves our country and he does this and a lot of the way he does it out of love he sees what goes on he sees what's happening he sees all of the hopes that happens when they talk about impeachment all this work the Russian collusion delusion even some Republicans on Capitol Hill question why Giuliani would go to Ukraine in the middle of the impeachment controversy centered on what the president meant when asking Ukraine's leader for a favor in the phone call Mr trump told voters a Lynskey Rudy very much knows what's happening and he would have Giuliani phone him that was in July after Julie on his first visit to associates who were helping the lawyer gain entree to Ukrainian officials have been indicted for campaign finance fraud he was quoted in The New Yorker magazine article as saying former US ambassador to Ukraine Maria von of which needed to be pushed quote out of the way because she was an impediment to the investigations Giuliani was trying to get started regarding
"lynskey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"My colleague from Georgia the talks about how Democrats trying to make residents the Lynskey look weak well I tell you that brings to mind the picture of president trump and president so Lynskey meeting in New York in September at the you in and it president trump little chair for the president's Lynskey six foot four president trump five foot eleven trump is too tall you see another reason to impeach him strong his salt shaker of the table this week at the White House was bigger than the people around him is pepper shakers well did you see that the media she reported on that he gets two scoops of ice cream whatever else gets one in each you can you really can be too silly with this stuff because it's silly beyond words there's just no sense behind any of this anymore everything about trump triggers lips everything about everything about him the way he talks the way he looks the way he sounds the way he treats it's all just one big trigger situation he's just driving them into these fits of rage all the time with even the slightest even the slightest gesture most off handed comment his chill Greta chill yesterday got soul many lives upset all my gosh that is actually giving and Greta good advice just relax was the movie it's all gonna be okay Lee is the way we should start talking to climate change alarms by the way because telling them to just relax and enjoy their lives will drive them insane they want they want to hear that let's all go conservatives on the Cole brothers fossil fuels like told.
Putin, Zelenskiy meet for Paris summit on Ukraine conflict
"The leaders of Russia Ukraine France and Germany are reporting some progress in their discussions on the war in eastern Ukraine and peers Eleanor Beardsley reports the leaders talks in Paris broke up late in the night president Vladimir Putin envelope to me is the Lynskey with the leaders of France and Germany mediating agreed to a ceasefire and prisoner exchange before the end of the year plus a withdrawal of forces from three conflict zones and another meeting of the crisis group in four months a clearly nervous the Lynskey speaking through a French interpreter call the meeting long but concrete and a positive first step it was his first meeting with Putin minimums industry some of these social monies from the review as he spoke of the Lynskey exchange several looks with president Emmanuel mackerel seem to encourage him it's the first time the crisis group over Ukraine has met in four years more than thirteen thousand people have died in the conflict between Ukrainian forces and Russian backed
Putin meets with Ukraine leader Zelensky for the first time
"From NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro the leaders of Russia and Ukraine have just wrapped up talks in Paris it's an attempt to end the war in eastern Ukraine where thirteen thousand people have already died this is the first time you cranes new president Philo demerits Lynskey has met with Vladimir Putin the two leaders talked about the outcome of the meeting in a joint press conference and we're joined now by NPR's leucine Kim who's been watching from Moscow hi Lucy in a R. E. this was supposed to be peace summit in hopes of resolving a five year long conflict between the two countries that were there any breakthroughs no this was largely a confirmation of the status quo of the peace process called the Minsk agreement that started in twenty fourteen this process has been completely frozen for the past three years so in some sense it could be considered progress that the lens can Putin even met the less he said going into this meeting he was looking for a lasting ceasefire along the whole front line and an exchange of all prisoners
Putin sits down for talks with Ukraine leader for first time
"A historic summit takes place today in Paris as the leaders of Russia and Ukraine meet for the first time after five years of war and fourteen thousand lives lost for the first time today Ukrainian president called ms Lynskey will meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to talk peace it's another first to a former KGB agent with decades in power and a former TV comedian turned political novice together negotiating a wars and fourth
Zelenskiy: Allies ‘can’t go blocking’ aid at time of war
"Ukraine's leader is speaking out about the summer phone call that sported impeachment inquiry of president trump asked if there was a connection between the president's decision to block a military aid to Ukraine and the two investigations he asked for a lot of years a Lynskey said he did not speak with the president from a position of quid pro quo he tells time magazine I don't want us to look like a bakers the president later mis characterized that when president came out and said very strongly the president drop that absolutely nothing wrong that should be case over in the interviews Lynskey said it's not about a quid pro quo telling time we are at war if you were our strategic partner then you can't go blocking anything for us soccer mad Donnie Washington
President Trump Says He Did Not Know What Rudy Giuliani Discussed With Ukraine Leader
"Well in a new interview the president is suggesting that he didn't know that Rudy Giuliani was apparently working on his behalf in Ukraine despite evidence that proves otherwise the Giuliani said last Saturday he did not think president trump would throw him under the bus in the Ukraine matter in an interview with conservative commentator bill Reilly here's what the president basically said to repeated questions what was for you Giuliani doing in Ukraine on your behalf when you have to use that to Rudy but Rudy I don't I don't even know where he I know he was going to go to Ukraine and I think you cancel the trip but you're ready as other clients other than me but in the July twenty fifth transcript of Mr trump's cold with Ukraine's will America Lynskey the president repeatedly urges him to talk to Giuliani related to investigations of the bidens and Democrats want Costantini
Trump was briefed on whistleblower complaint before releasing Ukraine aid
"President trump knew about the whistle blower complaint when they release military aid to Ukraine and the September New York times reporter Maggie Haberman shares the byline on the story we reported that the president was briefed by the White House counsel at the planning and the National Security Council mean lawyer John Eisenberg in August that about the fact the whistleblower complaint is listed on the whistleblower complaint of course talked about not as we know now nine carats dead presidents on college presidents Lynskey from July twenty fifth but also this question about the freezing of military
"lynskey" Discussed on KOMO
"Lynskey must go to a microphone and announce these investigations and that he should want to similarly you told the master tailor that well the president said no quid pro quo unless the Lynskey announce these investigations they would be at a stalemate presumably a stalemate over the military assistance during a reason to question those conversations that Mister Morrison and master tailor took notes about well I think it's tied to my text Mister chairman because in my text I think I said something to the effect that he wants the Lenski to do what he ran on I believe this transparency etcetera etcetera which was my clumsy way of saying he wanted he wanted these announcements to be made I got a master not ask about your text message I'm asking about you relate to a master tailor and Mister Morrison about your conversation with the president the only reason to question their recollection of what you told them all I can say is that I expressed what I told her what the president told me in that text and if I would relate anything other than that was the what was in that tax I don't recall you don't recall I don't recall you have no reason to question a master tailor or Mister Morrison of what they wrote in their notes about your conversation with them could you kindly repeat what they wrote I'll have Mister Goldman go for that with that be great let me get to the very the top line here master silent okay you've testified that the White House meeting the president's Lynskey desperately wanted and that was very important to presence Lansky was it not absolutely you testified that that meeting was condition was a quid pro quo for what.
"lynskey" Discussed on KGO 810
"That means Americans can read for themselves an unremarkable conversation with presidents Lynskey who repeatedly expressed satisfaction with the call after work the Democrats however claim presidents Lynskey was being bribed and therefore he must be lying when he says the call was friendly and pose no problems there's some irony here for weeks we've heard the Democrats bemoaned the damage president trump supposedly costs to the U. S. Ukrainian relations but when the Ukrainian president contradicts their accusations they publicly dismissed him as a live I may be wrong but I'm fairly sure colony friendly foreign president newly elected a liar violates their so called inter agency consensus so overall the Democrats would have you believe president so once he was being blackmailed with a pause on lethal military aid that he didn't even know about the president trump did not mention to him and the diplomats have testified they always assumed would be lifted which it was without the Ukrainians undertaking any of the actions they were supposedly being coerced into doing this process is not serious it's not sober and it is certainly not perform it's an ambitious attack to deprive the American people of the right to elect a president the Democrats don't lie as I mentioned chairman of this committee claims that democracy is under threat if that's true it's not the president who poses a danger are you back I thank the gentleman we're joined this afternoon by a master Kurt Volker and Mister Timothy Morrison **** focus served in the U. S. for service for nearly thirty years working on European and Eurasian political and security issues under five different presidential ministrations during the George W. bush administration he served as the acting director for European and Eurasian affairs and the National Security Council and later as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs the two thousand eight President Bush.
"lynskey" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"As a Lynskey on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly today Iran's president Hassan Rouhani will speak to the General Assembly today. America is listening to fox news. unseasonably warm force here again today mix clouds and sun upper eighties this afternoon upper sixties tonight mix of clouds and sun and harder for tomorrow low nineties roaches can tune from the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk. next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one F. M. talk dot com to connect. land back. fair I am I'm a hard worker. sample is on I'm a constitutional American voters more yes I am forgiving today at nine AM on one oh six one FM talk and I heart radio stations rush used to be that we weren't confronted the every day. this I just can't sit here and laugh at all and it'll be treated as such search me because it is today at noon got to deal with it on one oh six one FM talk and I heart radio station do you feel like grocery shopping is always on your to do list not anymore but legal home delivery you can freeze your schedule by spending less time shopping and more time doing well whatever it is you rather be at home at work or wherever you are simply pick the time and our delivery service will be there with bags full of high quality legal products at prices you'll love oh and did we mention my little members get exclusive three percent off every single legal order get started today at legal dot com slash delivery click here north Raleigh tree recommends a new book called socialism socks your money from your pocket in this new book targeting young people Joe six pack serves up politically incorrect common sense.