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Witnesses drag feet at trial of Nipsey Hussle shooter

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Witnesses drag feet at trial of Nipsey Hussle shooter

"The trial of the man charged in the murder of rep star Nipsey Hussle is being bogged down by a witness who won't show up to testify a judge in Los Angeles has issued an arrest warrant for a close friend of Nipsey Hussle who was standing right next to the rapper when he was shot to death that witness Evan repalle Mackenzie even served as a pallbearer at Hussle's funeral But what he will not bear the responsibility of appearing as an eyewitness to the man who shot his friend to death in 2019 and he's not the only one one other witness who was hit in the hail of gunfire that killed Hussle has taken the stand but would not identify either the gunman or himself as the man in the video showing the incident and the shooting itself stemmed from a discussion between hustle and the defendant on snitching namely telling the police or testifying in court about a crime I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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                        2022 Memorial Tournament leaderboard: Rookies Cameron Young, Davis Riley among six tied for lead after Round 1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

2022 Memorial Tournament leaderboard: Rookies Cameron Young, Davis Riley among six tied for lead after Round 1

"The most prolific runners in league history Cameron young is among 6 players time for the first round lead at the memorial young finished with two birdies over his last three holes for a 567 on rain softened muirfield village It was his first start since challenging for the PGA Championship joining young were Luke list Cameron Smith at KH Lee from the morning wave and Mackenzie Hughes and Davis Riley in the afternoon Koko Goff has reached her first Grand Slam final following a straight sets win in the semifinal of the French Open She'll play top seed egos fun tech in

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Ramírez homers, McKenzie sharp as Cleveland downs Astros 6-1

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Ramírez homers, McKenzie sharp as Cleveland downs Astros 6-1

"Tristan Mackenzie earned his third win of the season by surrendering one run over 7 innings in the Cleveland guardian 6 to one win over the Houston Astros In his longest outing of the season Mackenzie allowed just three hits and a walk while striking out three He says he and quechua Luke mainly kept things simple I think we just stuck with the plan I think I really just trust myself and trust a mailing back there and just executing my pitches I think using the fastball early and then kind of just mixing this in curveballs later and just trying to keep them off balance I think that's a good lineup kind of top to bottom and more just trying to figure them and figure them figure them out and just actually myself José Ramírez finished four for 5 with a two run Homer and four RBI for Cleveland while Luke maley collected three hits and a walk to go with three run scored Alex Bregman's 7th inning Homer accounted for Houston's only run Adam spole in Houston

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Machado: 3 doubles, 1 triple; Padres complete Giants sweep

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Machado: 3 doubles, 1 triple; Padres complete Giants sweep

"The Padres have a major league death 17 road wins after they completed a three game sweep by blowing out the Giants ten to one Manny Machado tied the franchise record with four extra base hits three doubles and a triple I go out there and play baseball I don't really know that's awesome That's awesome to hear and that's pretty cool But us go out there and continue to do it if I would have got another one I would have tried to hustle for other double as well Will Myers was three for 5 with three runs driven in The Padres scored 5 runs in the fourth inning Mackenzie gore pitched 6 innings allowed only three hits and a run with 6 strikeouts to get the win The Giants have lost four straight Alex wood took the loss and was pulled after three innings giving up 8 hits and 5 runs Ryan leong San

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Panthers beat Sabres 5-3 to clinch playoff berth

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Panthers beat Sabres 5-3 to clinch playoff berth

"The the Panthers Panthers have have wrapped wrapped up up a a playoff playoff berth berth with with a a five five three three win win over over the the Sabres Sabres Jonathan Jonathan Hoover Hoover set set Florida Florida single single season season points points record record with with his his ninety ninety seventh seventh scoring scoring his his twenty twenty fourth fourth goal goal to to extend extend his his point point streak streak to to eight eight games games first first of of all all want want to to do do I I mean mean even even there there you you know know finished finished first first in in the the league league would would be be great great but but I I want want to to keep keep you you know know winning winning some some games games that that things things have have been been done done that that all all year year and and it's it's a a lot lot of of fun fun that's that's a a wanted wanted to to put put it it Anthony Anthony Duclair Duclair scored scored twice twice as as the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference leaders leaders establish establish a a team team record record with with their their forty forty eighth eighth win win mackenzie mackenzie weaker weaker had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist in in the the Panthers Panthers seventh seventh win win in in eight eight games games Jeff Jeff Skinner Skinner had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the sabers sabers who who are are on on the the cusp cusp of of missing missing the the playoffs playoffs for for an an NHL NHL record record eleventh eleventh consecutive consecutive season season I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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COVID-stricken mom reunites with baby 2 months after birth

AP News Radio

01:30 min | 4 months ago

COVID-stricken mom reunites with baby 2 months after birth

"A twenty year old New Hampshire woman has reunited with her new baby after fighting for her life against covert nineteen for two months on Ben Thomas with the story you see that make a me too moment Brandi milliner says her daughter mackenzie Keller was diagnosed with covert nineteen in late November rushed to the hospital four days later where she had a C. section and placed in intensive care he was intubated very long hard road or we didn't know if she was going to recover kept under sedation Keller spent forty seven days having your blood pump through a machine that removes carbon dioxide finally on February third she met her son Zachary for the first time telling Elliot Thompson there is a big Karen Maloney a nurse at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center says they see a lot of difficult often tragic stories in the I see you when we get one like this where somebody has made such an amazing recovery and gets to meet their child for the first time it's it's a real special one for us Keller wasn't vaccinated against covert nineteen when she got sick wanting to wait until after she gave birth doctors tell her she'll have to wait a couple more weeks now she's undergoing physical therapy as she regains her ability to walk it's still a little difficult I still get my heart race still raises a little bit meanwhile her mother Brandi milliner says never give up hope no matter why did this happen every single day and she's ours I'm Ben Thomas

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How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

Fore The People

02:02 min | 4 months ago

How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

"All right, so you watch those guys, you're like, all right, I'm in golf mode now. I'm back in golf mode after a decade off. Like nowadays, it's the whole PD and I have talked about this on the pod before, but it's like, you know, every dude has his track, man. And it's bullshit, you know, walk in there, a $100,000 worth of stuff, launch monitor on the side and the back like 2000, we didn't really have that. So like, what did you do? Did you just pound balls? Like you said, the teachers buckets that have 500 balls in them or whatever. They're just pound balls left and right. Did you play holes like what did you do to get ready for you to pursue pro golf? Yeah, I mean, that first three month little deal that we did was, you know, I didn't know what to do. I mean, you guys don't remember who did I call, I call it a couple of randoms. I think I called Hank Kinney. I called a guy named Ryan Geoffrey, I talked to my buddy that played golf at UNC Wilmington that I grew up with. It was always pissed at me that I quit. And maybe a couple of people like that that maybe had just started playing on the mentors and I got and I like literally like fell in their number and called them and like, hey, what's up bud? It's will. They're like, what? I'm like, will Mackenzie remember me? They're like, will McKenzie what's up dude? What are you calling me for? I'm like, I'm like, man, I think I'm trying to play golf again, and they're like, man, you've taken a long time at all. I know, but I don't give off. I don't give a shit. I'm gonna try. And they were like, all right, well, here's what you need to do. You need to freaking, it's all golf. That's your job, Neil. You need to work like you're on the PGA Tour, but you're not. And I was like, hell yeah. And so that's what I did.

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 Ukraine's economy is another victim of Russia's 'hybrid war'

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Ukraine's economy is another victim of Russia's 'hybrid war'

"Say economic destabilize ation is a pillar of the hybrid war Russia is waging the threat of war is shredding Ukraine's economy and many Ukrainians and foreign residents alike or Austin one day the ones suffering instead of Russia like businessman Stuart mackenzie in kia who says many people he knows will stay put for now are you meant to rubble just because you know he's at the border the pressure from Russian troops has closed international offices canceled many flights and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in investment to dry up within weeks I'm

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Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

"The Panthers have completed a four in one road trip with a five two downing of the Blackhawks Alexander Barkov had a goal and two assists in Florida's third straight win and seventh in eight games Jonathan Huberdeau set up two goals to increase his league leading assist total to fifty three and extend his point streak to seven games Aaron Ekblad Brandon Montour mackenzie weaker and Anton Lundell also scored for the Eastern Conference leaders my tour was happy with the road trip yeah buildings you know three tough teams to you know it's tough coming up a break like that but I mean the guy's energy guys are excited to be back in yes good six points Patrick Kane had a goal and an assistantship goes third straight loss I'm Dave very

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Pastrnak scores tiebreaker in 3rd, Bruins beat Devils 5-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Pastrnak scores tiebreaker in 3rd, Bruins beat Devils 5-3

"David David Foster Foster marks marks first first goal goal in in ten ten games games lifted lifted the the Bruins Bruins past past the the devils devils for for a a five five three three win win postern postern arts arts top top shelf shelf goal goal with with five five forty forty nine nine remaining remaining in in the the third third period period broke broke a a three three three three tie tie giving giving the the star star right right wing wing his his first first goal goal since since November November thirtieth thirtieth if if I'll I'll get get to to know know what what was was the the in in the the ground ground lately lately so so they've they've been been playing playing well well you you know know did did the the game game overall overall is is fine fine realign realign is is running running right right now now branded branded Carlos Carlos scored scored with with twenty twenty two two seconds seconds left left and and Curtis Curtis Lazar Lazar Oskar Oskar Steen Steen and and Trent Trent Frederic Frederic also also scored scored at at Boston's Boston's third third straight straight win win Nathan Nathan Bastian Bastian Thomas Thomas to to tar tar and and Damon Damon Seaver Seaver sin sin all all had had goals goals for for the the devils devils mackenzie mackenzie Blackwood Blackwood stopped stopped twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty four four shots shots as as new new Jersey's Jersey's three three game game winning winning streak streak was was snapped snapped I'm I'm guessing guessing Kaulbach Kaulbach

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Weegar, Verhaeghe help rally Panthers past Rangers 4-3

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Weegar, Verhaeghe help rally Panthers past Rangers 4-3

"After after Christmas Christmas break break extended extended to to nearly nearly two two weeks weeks by by covert covert nineteen nineteen R. R. temi temi Penderyn Penderyn got got the the Rangers Rangers going going with with the the spectacular spectacular through through the the legs legs goal goal in in the the first first in in New New York York held held a a two two to to one one lead lead heading heading into into the the third third period period that's that's when when Florida Florida took took charge charge mackenzie mackenzie Uighur Uighur tied tied things things with with a a wrist wrist shot shot card card over over Haiti Haiti gave gave the the Panthers Panthers a a lead lead and and then then Anthony Anthony Duclair Duclair blocked blocked a a shot shot and and join join the the rush rush for for the the eventual eventual game game winner winner Florida Florida coach coach Andrew Andrew Burnett Burnett says says both both teams teams came came out out hard hard after after the the long long break break I I don't don't know know all all the the sharpness sharpness of of play play was was but but I I think think would would impress impress music music compete compete in in the the world world but but our our group group had had all all the the way way through through the the game game the the Rangers Rangers Chris Chris Kreider Kreider got got his his team team back back within within one one with with forty forty five five seconds seconds to to go go but but it it wasn't wasn't enough enough final final score score Panthers Panthers four four Rangers Rangers three three I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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The AP Interview: General says US troops to remain in Iraq

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

The AP Interview: General says US troops to remain in Iraq

"A a top top military military commander commander says says he he anticipates anticipates more more attacks attacks against against U. U. S. S. forces forces in in Iraq Iraq as as militia militia groups groups try try to to push push out out western western forces forces despite despite an an uptick uptick in in violence violence against against U. U. S. S. troops troops the the leader leader of of central central command command marine marine general general Frank Frank McKenzie McKenzie tells tells the the Associated Associated Press Press they're they're planning planning to to keep keep the the current current troop troop counted counted twenty twenty five five hundred hundred to to help help fight fight against against the the Islamic Islamic state state group group although although their their role role is is changing changing I I expect expect that that we we will will continue continue to to provide provide some some limited limited support support to to the the Iraqis Iraqis going going forward forward but but again again it's it's going going to to be be essentially essentially the the log log of of the the by by and and by by and and large large is is going going to to be be a a non non come come the the non non combatant combatant process process general general mackenzie mackenzie says says Iran Iran wants wants the the US US out out and and I I believe believe that that they they are are under under the the view view that that they they can can increase increase friction friction and and racked racked up up where where we we will will leave leave he he anticipates anticipates a a ramp ramp up up in in violence violence against against US US and and Iraqi Iraqi forces forces until until the the end end of of this this month month the the date date the the by by did did ministration ministration chose chose to to officially officially end end the the US US combat combat mission mission in in Iraq Iraq I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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US commander: Al-Qaida numbers in Afghanistan up 'slightly'

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

US commander: Al-Qaida numbers in Afghanistan up 'slightly'

"The the top top U. U. S. S. commander commander in in the the Middle Middle East East as as the the al al Qaeda Qaeda extremist extremist group group has has been been growing growing slightly slightly in in Afghanistan Afghanistan since since U. U. S. S. forces forces left left in in late late August August major major general general Frank Frank McKenzie McKenzie the the head head of of US US Central Central Command Command tells tells the the Associated Associated Press Press the the departure departure of of military military and and intelligence intelligence assets assets from from Afghanistan Afghanistan reduces reduces the the U. U. S. S. ability ability to to track track al al Qaeda Qaeda and and other other extremist extremist groups groups down down to to a a fraction fraction of of previous previous capability capability still still he he says says it's it's clear clear al al Qaeda Qaeda is is attempting attempting to to rebuild rebuild its its presence presence inside inside Afghanistan Afghanistan I I believe believe both both the the al al queda queda and and ISIS ISIS are are recruiting recruiting both both internally internally and and I I think think in in fact fact international international general general mackenzie mackenzie says says al al Qaeda Qaeda still still has has an an aspirational aspirational desire desire to to attack attack the the U. U. S. S. and and it's it's not not clear clear how how the the new new Taliban Taliban leadership leadership will will deal deal with with al al Qaeda Qaeda and and with with ISIS ISIS I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Blackwood blanks reeling Flyers as Devils end 4-game skid

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Blackwood blanks reeling Flyers as Devils end 4-game skid

"Mackenzie mackenzie Blackwood Blackwood made made twenty twenty five five saves saves and and the the devils devils snapped snapped a a four four game game skid skid while while sending sending the the reeling reeling flyers flyers to to their their tenth tenth consecutive consecutive loss loss three three nothing nothing just just for for Brad Brad scored scored five five and and a a half half minutes minutes into into the the second second and and assisted assisted on on a a power power play play goal goal by by Ricky Ricky Johnson Johnson Mercer Mercer later later in in the the period period Michael Michael McLeod McLeod added added an an empty empty netter netter is is the the devils devils beat beat the the flyers flyers for for the the second second time time in in ten ten days days Carter Carter Hart Hart had had twenty twenty four four saves saves for for the the flyers flyers who who fell fell to to into into under under interim interim coach coach Mike Mike Yeo Yeo Philadelphia Philadelphia skaters skaters to to off off the the team team record record set set in in the the winter winter of of nineteen nineteen ninety ninety nine nine I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Are We Going to Get Serious About the Threat of the 'Great Enemy'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 7 months ago

Are We Going to Get Serious About the Threat of the 'Great Enemy'?

"The bigger question when it comes to China is, are we going to be serious about the great enemy? That we are going to be facing the next hundred years. The answer for the NBA, the answer for Hollywood, the answer for Wall Street, the answer for many of the tech companies has been, we want to get endlessly rich, off the Chinese Communist Party. We built that. You know, Barack Obama had that famous quote in 2012 when he was campaigning for president. you did not build that. Somebody else made that happen. Well, China I have a message for you. You did not build that. We made that happen. Your entire empire is because of a massive labor arbitrage that we executed against our own people. It was people from Mackenzie people like Mitt Romney. People that came from venture capital that cared more about trying to maximize pennies on a dollar to try to lower wages so that we can get more plastic from Wuhan and now vitamin C and penicillin and critical drugs are now made in Mainland China and not in America. We are always told that endless trade was going to just make us endlessly richer. And look, trade can be a benefit, of course it can be. Obviously. It would be against economics to say that. The question is, what's the downside? A mature society asks the question, what's the cost? There's a cost to everything. And the cost is, okay, we get a bunch of piles of plastic from China, okay? We get to be able to make points on the deal of opening up new manufacturing plants of a bunch of plastic we're never going to use. Or t-shirts we're never going to wear. Okay. What's the cost? How about millions of your fellow countrymen here in America out of work that then go get displaced to opioids and destroy the muscular class? Oh, we don't care about them. We just care about maximizing profits. Well, what about the destruction of small town America? We don't care about that. We just care about maximizing profits. I'm not saying it didn't maximize profits, but was that holistically the best thing for the country? Is it a good thing that we do not manufacture or we don't produce vitamin C in this country?

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Blackwood stops 42 shots, Devils beat Islanders 4-0

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Blackwood stops 42 shots, Devils beat Islanders 4-0

"Mackenzie Blackwood made a season high forty two saves for his seventh career shutout leading the devils for nothing victory over the islanders our team came out good we played a great game really pressuring them mineral planner heels too much tonight so so we did a great job of like playing the same way and I can impossible we got the lead got a call can and scored a short handed goal and Thomas to tar tallied on the power play as New Jersey improved to four wanted to over its last seven games Dawson Mercer and Dougie Hamilton each had one goal at even strength to help New Jersey win its third straight Ilya Sorokin stopped thirty shots for the Isles who have dropped two straight in regulation since a five oh one to stretch I'm Dave Ferrie

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US general: Afghan collapse rooted in 2020 deal with Taliban

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

US general: Afghan collapse rooted in 2020 deal with Taliban

"Top Pentagon officials say the collapse of the Afghan government and security forces can be traced to last year's trump administration deal with the Taliban the agreement promised a full U. S. troop withdrawal would Central Command chief Frank McKenzie says had a psychological impact on the Afghan government and the military we set a date certain for when we were going to leave and when they can expect all assistance to him and once president Biden ordered the U. S. withdrawal at April going below twenty five hundred I think was the other sort a nail in the coffin if you will the Kabul government under wraps leading to a quick Taliban takeover last month mackenzie's comments were part of a house hearing where Republicans tried to cast the bite it but inspiration as creating a spectacular failure in Afghanistan while Democrats pointed to mistakes over two decades including the Taliban deal saga regarding a Washington

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General McKenzie Contradicts Biden, Testifies He Told Him to Leave 2,500 Troops in Afghanistan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

General McKenzie Contradicts Biden, Testifies He Told Him to Leave 2,500 Troops in Afghanistan

"Here's general mackenzie being asked about the president's assertion to george stephanopoulos a few weeks ago the. Nobody told him that we should leave. Twenty thousand five hundred troops in afghanistan. Why won't share my personal recommendation to the president. But i will give you my honest opinion and my honest opinion and view shaped my recommendation. I recommended that we maintain two thousand five hundred troops in afghanistan and also recommended earlier. In the fall of two thousand twenty that we maintain four thousand five hundred of that time. Buzzer my personal views. My also have a view that will draw. Those forces would lead inevitably to the collapse of the afghan military forces and eventually the afghan government that contradicts president biden in a big

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:18 min | 10 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I believe and the artwork was just fascinating definitely during those scenes. It wasn't just acting. I was i was a sounded i was i as a person loved to look at it and love to examine. It really really really unbelievable. There's more sifi talk so stick with it. Here's more sci fi. Talk with tony talada. Which is interesting that. I really like about two series is that comics are clues to something that could end up happening and i liked that part of it. And there's like little clues and all the different drawings at as you watch the series you. It could be anywhere in the drawing. And i liked that part of it. We were able to to see some of those clues when you looked at it and And maybe watch some of the episodes. Yeah i episodes. Went on. And as i was watching them. I remember in some of the stuff that i saw unlike me. That was a clue that but it was really really fun to watch the series. And if you look more into the comic book and notice more and more of those clues that i hadn't noticed before Yeah it really is an amazing series. I'll admit it took me a while to get into it. But once i did it was like oh okay all right i get it i get it and a wonderful cast all the way around from john cusack all the way down some really good actors in this and the writing i mean. It's the writing from the writer from gone girl. And you know you can't get any better than that so exit pretty good. It's a pretty good territory. Was this a regular cashing opportunity for you. Well how how could such renowned artists such as john cusak arraign wilson The besides no. Actually i worked with channing tatum and katie holmes and that's her hadn't driver and those. Yeah i would say those people were amazing but working with i before this i had been a big fan of the office and just working with rain wilson. You're not to keep my cool. It was really fun to work with him because even behind the scenes of the office. He's really fun and funny and entertaining. Really awesome Well you know you literally have grown up in the business. What's it been like for you really very little. I love love to these shows and performances and just record my stuff. Doing little really not really you know well thought out shows i just did i just record myself to performing and coming up little storylines and my parents were both actors my dad and my grandparents actually that on broadway and yeah. My grandma was a broadly dancer. So basically i grew up in the business. My whole is in the business. My parents to stop you know. She has in her blood. Why not but earned under industry like so. That's how that began. And i've just i've loved it. I loved it the whole time. I've loved just portraying new characters and growing up and looking back at the ones that i've done before and seeing how much have grown then and cringing. The ones that i've done when i was little. That's you know that's understandable. But you know you've you've come a long way you've definitely have come along with the thing about the series two is there's a virus and obviously that that part of it made it very eerie for me to watch it but we're going through a real one are real pandemic and obviously this was written and done way before any of this came out. So what's it been like for you during kobe now. Obviously there isn't a lot of work being done now. so you know. Are you in school. Or how do you occupying your time. School at city mooring. And and it's you know. But i kind i just got to do it and push through it Luckily it's in the comfort of my own home. So that's an upside but still wish. I was socializing with my friends in school. But that's fine. And i am time with my family. I'm doing a lot of writing actually right now. Like just not nothing serious just for fun like writing stories that come into my mind you know it. It helps me. it helps me leave. I don't know stress in school. Chong so is that something you might want to pursue some day as besides the acting is maybe write some things i don't i don't think so. I mean he that used to be a dream of mine to be like an author. But i don't think so anymore I do. I would love to continue in the acting industry Possibly even maybe being a director. I've always loved to in that. So that could be something that i wanna do. But i don't think i go into the writing miss. Well the thing is you're getting valuable lesson now because you're watching other directors direct and. You could see what they're doing and and there's there besides doing it. There's nothing i think. Better than being on a set and seeing how production and rolls and you know this one obviously has some money behind it too so you can really get an idea of how production this is is is run so pretty interesting for you. I'm sure why. I island learned so much from the directors that i watch incredible. Now the thing is how. How much of a gap is it between when you shot this and where you are now a dwarf. This summer so i was. I was thirteen. I was thirteen when we shot this and Now i'm just turned fifteen last month. So yeah it's been about and the audition process was actually two years ago. Yes almost two years ago exactly. And so it's been one heck of a ride but i guess if you haven't seen the last two episodes but if you are to play alice again she looked a little different. I would think. I think that's great. Though that's great so some good memories on the set and everything with the cash to. I'm sure birthdays were celebrated and all that. Oh yeah i had tons of good memories. That was one the scene in particular. That was just so funny to me and probably so annoying to the rest of the cast and crew. Because because it was one scene where devante. And i read sitting at a table eating try and he accidentally yeah he accidentally messed up one of his mind and it completely and completely threw us off for the whole rest of the take and all of the takes after we just could not pull ourselves together and and it was so it was funny for us but i was at the same time i was so embarrassed because of all of the directors were telling us like calm down. Calm.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:14 min | 10 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Behavior special effects. What's it like care for you both to kind of acting the things that aren't there. Well you know sometimes you have variance anyway but people at ave thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusions. Wrong have prosper. This is tony till auto and today we're talking to one of the stars of utopia fascinating series. I've been binging on amazon prime and she plays alice and her real name is fair. Mackenzie welcome to the podcast farage. Great to talk to you. I learn to talk to you as well. I'll tell you your dynamic young actor. I've i mean in this series alone. The range of emotion. You've had to play not easy. But i think you've handled it extremely well. Tell us a little bit about alice for. Maybe who haven't seen the series our how on a broken home. He was placed in a foster home. Which would be really hard for a young girl and he finds a parent and she's just a normal girl until she meets this boy named grant and he encounters some traumatic experiences. She ends up in this group of what we call nerds and and he is a big part of the group helping them solve dilemma regarding utopia Yeah described the scene when you win. Grant hops over the fence. In your house played wonderfully by giovan wanna watson. I think his name is and he was terrific as well. So talk about that scene into play. That seat Well lack seen he hops over the fence and alice my character notices team eating some of her blackberries and g she notices him turns on the light and chasing him and as he's as grants is calling back over the fence and utopia comic book falls out of his backpack and alice takes it look at it like secondhand notices how starving he is and invites into her house and invites him inside where they meet where he meets. Allison's foster mom and that's the way it all begins. Yeah talk about. There's definitely chemistry between you and giovan talk about that especially. You're both fairly young and coming into a project like this. You probably never met before. How did you establish that. Was that right off the bat or did you have to work on that. Well we met one day and we kinda just started to grow our friendship and we he was. He's really nice. He's an amazing person. We became really close and we went on some like hang out with his family. And they'll try chemistry so that it worked on screens. yeah he was just. He's he's a great person. I i loved having a friend now. The thing about alice's she's into very intense scenes. They were tough. What was it like for you to play those scenes. And i mean that i got credit. You they they were realistic. But as a parent myself. A part of me was cringing. Just a little bit. yeah. I mean it was definitely. There's definitely an aspect of that where it was hard for me to do because i had never experienced any of those myself. It was a little bit hard to you know. Imagine my character in that place. But i sort of had to imagine what it would feel like and how i would react now. My character would react and put myself in that head space to go with it and hope for the best. Well actually you know the worst. It was challenging sometimes. Knowing that i would have to imagine myself in those situations and in some situations that alice's in our mary very very difficult and very sometimes tearjerking and yeah and it definitely was a little challenging. But i as an actor had to had to just get into it and do it to the best of my. There were these. You're crying scenes. Were very convincing for obvious. Reasons from people see the show. When you do something like that when the director yells cut do you need like a moment to kind of come back a little bit when you let out that much. Emotion walk have to do a crying. I i asked that the crew and the cast gives me a few seconds just at that moment head space and and then the scene and afterwards yeah. I can't this map right back into running tunnel again. I have to the flood. It come back after a few moments and then we'll do it again and again and it's the i love doing it. I know as you mentioned you. End up with the gang especially towards the end of the series. What's it like when you're with the entire ensemble and you're stepping into their chemistry a little bit. Well they as people are wonderful. I loved everyone of them. They were so mainly and as actors. I respect them their renowned. They're really really really wonderful accent and they came as she was there to like each one of them was so fun to be around and we had that chemistry as well. So it's easier to being seen defend. Yeah and i. I was his character. I think she was a little scared with a lot stared at first meeting. All these new people and sort of being pushed into this new environment and this new gate gang and she's just overwhelmed at first but then i believe warms up to them and they will not to her. I mean. it's still not a good time for alice. Milling everything that's happened. But she gets a little bit. I believe yes. Unfortunately she does end up in handcuffs and we'll leave it there. Why she got there. I'm going to say but she doesn't have and talk about something new to play there something. Most people don't experience in their lifetime so cool and she makes a bold decision in a scene was your von to which i won't give away and that was kind of interesting too. Yeah was cool now. The comic itself. The artwork is absolutely amazing. How much of it did you see. Well our than a good deal of time with the comic book. And i'm not going to give away the scenes exactly but he does send she does spend a good deal of time looking at them in examining them which means i had to look at them and examine them and oh my goodness. The artwork quite incredible. It was a brazilian artist. Named.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"Make a lot of sesame that it was done there right so maybe that explains why there would be a lack of blood apartment because party that part and maybe a lot of the mutilation happened with. What's happening over there. Good point maybe you can look at it. There's there's because just as a wiles case where about to get even more wild because this is what i find the most interesting in terms of the concrete evidence okay. So in addition to chris's dna another unknown males dna was found on the strip of duct tape on the knife. That was left in the tissue of mackenzie shoulder. They found genetic materials from at least three males on that knife. Oh none of. Which are a match for chris wilson. Now one of the possible contributors of the genetic material and on the knife is a detective. Who was involved in the chain of custody. Okay which can happen but try really hard to avoid that. I mean but it definitely happens but that's not it. The interior of mckenzie's car was swiped for dna and there was some found but none of it matched chris wilson's dna so no dna in the car matched his okay. And it was determined to be from an unidentified male the dna not car okay and finally and this is the most compelling evidence for me there was dna found under mackenzie's nails on her left hand that did not match chris wilson's dna interesting. What the dna is that. So the only place he left his dna was on a piece of duct tape. Won't it's like then to flip it. You could say maybe. This unknown male drove her car. Yup or was the one. Maybe maybe there was multiple. People here exact. Maybe it's not just one that it is their right. 'cause i i don't i while this is like very i would not even know what to say. No that's the thing. So because like some of the evidence was circumstantial with the dna and all that but then there is the blood but then the prosecution was trying to say. The blood was planted. Everything was just all over. The place. And chris wilson got offered. What many referred to was the deal of a lifetime. If he pleaded guilty to manslaughter he would only have to serve six and a half years in prison for what was done to her. Four mckenzie's murder. They were willing to drop the charges manslaughter. Which like you serve six and a half years for stabbing a woman Strangling her leaving a deep laceration in her neck and trying to saw off her arm and blood for strategy and blunt force trauma to the head. Thank you six years and they were going to drop those charges to manslaughter..

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"No everything not morning was going to plan mckenzie her dad before she left and they made plans to have Dinner that night they were gonna have like teriyaki burgers i guess. Oh and mackenzie in her. Dad were like super super close. They had like daddy daughter. Dinner dates all the time. Like okay just just ruined me. Yeah like they would have like root beer. Floats like orange floats together like any kind of flow and they would all like call each other on cell phones like she'd be upstairs in lake call downstairs me like what kind of float should we have like. They were just really close super close in just like really cute but sh- she just wouldn't have missed their dinner date for an. Yeah so she did make it downtown that day to the economy of here design so her morning went to plan she went to school. She made it to hair school after high school. Okay now around three. Pm she asked one of the other students. Do i need to sign out. If i'm only leaving for fifteen minutes okay. And it's unclear. What exactly she was going to do. Some of her classmates assumed that like maybe she was going to grab a coffee or something that would make sense. Yeah the nobody really knew exactly. Yeah for fifteen minutes. It's like she's just running to do something quick. Yeah exactly like a quick aaron and she was known to go to like a certain coffee place so that makes sense. Yeah but the last video of her movement shows her stopping out the back door of the academy. She heads up the stairs to the parking lot and walks to her car. And that is the last video mackenzie hall really so. She texted her boyfriend wookey and she said hey. And that would be the last text he would ever get from mckenzie and that was the last time anybody heard from mckenzie. Really so read said that beauty school. Got on at five o'clock so he called mackenzie at around like five forty to see how close she was..

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"The last time in geraldton resident hamish langford. Not he's real name. Saw karen mackenzie was at the house. Party hate hosted three days before she was killed as the murder investigation gained pace. Hamish returned home to find ghastly seen. He's house had been broken into then. Did there was a significant amount of blood on the flow panicked. Hamish phoned the police. Who quickly arrived at the same demand of blood indicated. Someone had been seriously injured. And police feed the mckenzie family. Mudra had struck again as they considered this. The back door of hamish's home flung open standing in the doorway was a naked man with a blood served tail wrapped around his waist. He was frantic telling police that he arrived at the address earlier to visit hamish when he knocked on the door. Three men appeared out of nowhere and dragged him inside. the trio. Were convinced that hamish was responsible for the mackenzie murders and demanded to know where he was said. They could confront him. The main insisted that hey didn't know. But he's a silence didn't believe him. Suddenly one took filling off and attempted to seven the man's penis the manned fort for his life and break free. He raced into a bathroom before locking the door behind him. The offending trae. Oh funnily left. But fearing i'd come back. The injured man dotted outside and hedonism bushes. He waited there until he sold. The police arrive. The men was rushed to geraldton regional hospital and traded phase injuries. While police wanted to give him time to recover they were also a gut to get as much information about his three attackers while he's memory was fresh. They pressed in any details asking for description of the tree. I the man was hesitant but the pressure soon got to him. Hey admitted he had made the whole story up. Struggling with drug addiction and personal issues hate inflicted. The naf wins in a suicide. Attacked gone awry. This was not the first time on. Police had spoken to this individual. He's name was bill mitchell and he was one of the seventy persons of interest that had emerged in the investigation. Having been.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Was one of the most brutal that attending offices had ever seen causing several to become physically sick is were delayed. Changed departments will leave. That sort of police work entirely all would struggle with the memories of what they witnessed that day. This extreme reaction office an explanation as to why the specifics of what happened that the mckenzie house of being withheld deigned to traumatic for public knowledge. A record shoot suppression order has been the exact details from ever bang reported. The information presented in this case fall episode is collided from widely publicized. Facts three days before. Karen mackenzie was found murdered. She had attended a house party in geraldton. Daniel had agreed to babysit his two youngest sisters affording his mother. A rare and welcome to night out. The party was held at a friend's heim and according to some guests that was relatively uneventful karen. Return time at around five. Am on saturday. Receiving a lift home from a friend. A neighbor happened to witness. Karen's friend driving away from the house on saturday but they didn't see anything suspicious of the following hours. The family was targeted on sunday. Night karen was a slave on a mattress in the room when she was struck her daughters with then confronted in the bedroom. It was unclear how daniels buddy came to be outside. Though some speculated he'd fled from the house and was chased down by his attacker before being fatally struck in the driveway. The murder weapon was nowhere to be found. But based on the victim's injuries it appeared that killa had been wielding a. They're an axe tomahawk or may clave are many foreign fingerprints were found throughout the home but the challenge was ruling out who they belonged to salmon was also detected but day technology was still in its infancy ended. This couldn't be used to identify. Who was responsible. Greenwich community will left shocked by the murders. Although geraldine city and its surrounding region had its share of drug and theft related offenses crimes of this magnitude were unheard of with down a clear motive. Modibo suspect for the slayings. The township was gripped bought fee that the unknown sadistic killer would strike again. No one could understand why anyone would want to hurt. Karen kids especially in such a violent and deranged way. The police didn't say too much has they. Didn't want to cause any unnecessary allom. They simply want the community to take proper safety measures while it was possible that the killings were a random attack. This didn't appear to be the case to get to the mckenzie house. You had to exit the highway and travel fit distance down a remote side straight. There was nothing out there. Besides a few houses spread throughout the dry rural flatlands. The only raisins obeying the area was to visit one of these residences. It wasn't the kind of place and opportunistic. killa would have stumbled across in their everyday travels. They had to be familiar. Not only with greenwich but it's the outskirts. It seemed they had set out on georgina road on that sunday. Not with every intention of attacking.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:14 min | 11 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"When the acclaimed silent wives podcast was released on al case fall presents network in twenty nineteen on knew that. The show's co-creator and producer. Georgina savage must have another story. She needed to tell. That's when georgina told me about deem visible hand and the ambitious and somewhat dangerous pitch for podcast join..

"mackenzie" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"You would wanna just you would want to hunt that guy down like the 'cause he's another guy always he's always it your in your face drooping away. He's fast and he's strong and he's a good player. Well and and look. We'll wrap up game one with this. I thought josh anderson was really engaged for the montreal canadians. But it feels like if that's going to be real main ingredient of the tampa bay lightning defending their stanley cup championship. Dot third line the only way to combat that neutralize it. If josh anderson continues to play the way he played in one debt right. Yeah that feels like the only way all right. You're yom performance players. In the past week nekuda cookie to kucherov according to rape ferraro and going with his line made brayden point with a big game in the opening game of the stanley cup. Final all right. Our interview in this episode is with mackenzie hughes. It is brought to you by house. A canadian club whisky you are asking. Are you over beer. Why not try a refreshing cc. Ginger ale with lime. next time. you're having a drink. We'll watch you know rates not often the least three away from the hockey right. I mean we got it was staying early and we should. We stay in our lane on occasion. We'll talk about other sports because you know your way more opinionated i. You've got strong opinion on so many things but In this case one thing that we both have the passion for the sport a golf so proud bringing ganzi hughes who is rate canadian has added a terrific amount. A success on the tour this year including well a run at the us. Open max where you had every canadian golf on the edge of their skied. Through three rounds. Anyway and a good portion of the fourth and final round as well coming out of the travelers here in connecticut. Where you're joining us. Thank you for that. It's been a heck of a year. Mackenzie hughes does it feel that way to you. A happy with a large majority of my season. I think given the length of golf season. And what we go through on a yearly basis. I think it's national that you're gonna go through some some periods very not happy and go through many slumps and just like my leafs. You know there's points in the season where thought older the down and slide decorate back up. So yeah i kind of felt like my my season so plenty of highs but Even going to the us open identified cuts throw on planes. You badly wasn't getting results. And keep getting punks deep. and he. he's in there but it's been. It's been a pretty good season. So far lasted a lot of fun so i helped to get myself back there soon. Job done you talk about the ups and downs of the year. I i don't think most of us watch it on..

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"mackenzie" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Week because true every week right. We've got canadian professional golfer. Mackenzie hughes coming offer real. Nice run. A couple of weeks ago at the. Us open a huge toronto maple leafs fan and we recorded the interview so we can give up little bit of a pretty good storyteller very open to discuss everything from the pga. Tour is experiences with rice into shamba brooks kept all of that incredibly honest about his experience in the final round at the us open and just as impressive is the passion that this man has as a as a maple leaves fan and a coach. Toronto maple leafs general manager. Yeah he's in he's in the thousands of the gm's of the maple leafs man. He was a great use. A great visit really cool guy to follow and love hockey like we love. Golf will check in with our good friend. Chris abbott from cool that dot co. He's got the latest in the gambling. World of course including how euro two thousand and twenty is going for all the betters. Love this event the last sixteen stage progresses. There's some big upsets for sure. So we'll talk to chris about that and you can check out all of the odds freak casino sports games all of it available to you at cool bet dot co. If you're not following the podcast on your socials you should know. We've got a real interesting giveaway from our good pals at would jerseys coming soon ran ran dregs instagram posts. We're gonna have full details coming out on oliver social channels on july first later this week. Keep an eye out for that. You can find out all of the information where you find us. And that's at rain drags on instagram and twitter. Now headlines we're gonna commit essentially to everything that's gone on with the beginning of the stanley cup championship game one on monday. We're recording this on tuesday. A five one win for the lightning. So i want your full analysis of that game. And i'm gonna get you to the gate. What direction you think this series is going to go. We'll take a look at some of the other stories. But i felt like it was important. I know you did who we've talked about.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"For me. I was like a kidney candy store in absolute heaven. we we all We all went down there together. And and You know took the front of of the buildings and hotel and completely opened it up and had three contestants compete against each other with the chicken and we did it very face off style but my right there for people walking up and down the streets conjure watch and it was fascinating to see people come and check it out. Check it out and be like what is that. And then they thought faith off and then they went about it and then they go and they did leave for like an hour or two and then they come back and to see the looks on their faces was so much fun because they were actually watching a transformation happen live in front of them on the street. You know. Cool little stunt that we got to do for the show and to help promote it and also find a fourteen contestant you know we we've got a really good one out of that and i and i'll tell you all three of them were fantastic. Blew me away with what they created and but it was funded. The audience have a saying. Let the viewers decide who they want as their fourteen contestants. So i really loved the whole concept of it and it was so much fun to do. Has the recruiting process at all change. Mackenzie this season. Compared to last it has not changed. you know. We had an interesting draws first round They go around. I think you know people. Maybe because there was such a certain level that was was in the challenge but might have been a little intimidated. But that's gonna be interesting with the second. Season is the talent pool that we did bring you not only are they incredibly talented. And it's across the board. Not just you won't be able to see from the get go you know. Oh that one's totally got more moisture. One it really is an even playing field of creativity of talent that i love this year. Is the people that were just blow you away. Don't really do this..

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Comes to my mind. You know it in hopes to me and how to leave. I stress and school charm. So is that something you might want to pursue some day As besides the acting is maybe write some things. I don't i don't think so. I mean that that used to be a dream of mine to be like an author. But i don't think so anymore I do. I would love to continue in the acting industry Possibly eat them. Maybe being and director. I've always loved to combat so that could be something that i to do but i don't think i know into the writing his well. The thing is you're getting a valuable lesson now because you're watching other directors direct and. You could see what they're doing and And they're doing it. There's nothing i think. Better than being on a set and seeing how production and rolls and you know this one obviously has some money behind it too so you can really get an idea of how production this is is is run so pretty interesting for you. I'm sure i learned so much from the directors that i watch incredible. Now the thing is how. How much of a gap between when you shot this and where you are now a shot this summer so i was i was. I was thirteen when we shot this and Now i'm i just turned fifteen last month. So yeah it's been about and the audition process was actually two years ago. Yes almost two years ago exactly. So it's been one heck of a ride. But i guess if you haven't seen the last two episodes but if you are to play alice again look a little different. I would think that's great though. That's great so some good memories on the set and everything with the cash. I'm sure birthdays were celebrated and all that. Oh yeah. I have tons of good memories That was wanna see in particular that was just so funny to me and probably so annoying to the rest of cast and crew because because it was one scene where devan and i were sitting at a table eating but turned he actually that the yeah he accidentally messed up one of his lines and it completely and completely threw us off for the whole rest of the take and all of the takes after we could not polish together and and it was so it was funny for us but i was at the same time i was still embarrassed because of all the like the directors. Were telling us. Calm down. Calm down. But i was like trying charring crystal fox played. Your mom is that right. wow. I love that. Yeah yeah she does. She was dynamite. I mean i you could see that there was a bond between you and a totally came across. Yeah what was it like to work with her. She's obviously been in the business awhile to. Oh i loved her. I really did she She was really fun. She's really funny. We we actually you know Became like quite good brand behind the scenes and off the set and it was really really fun to get to know her. I really love working with her. She said amazing actress. And i would definitely do it again. She's so is there any word on season two right now cross really just lastly as far as like shooting a show for streaming Do you and i know there. They were rules. You know governing how much time you could work but do they shoot more than one episode at the same time at consecutively or is there a break or how does that work. When we must shooting we did an episode at a time so usually take about a week. Usually take about a week. Maybe more to film an episode. And then you know we just go right into the next one. And and i wasn't in the first episode and the second one so i didn't have to be there for that you know that I a weeks once i did. I got you know. I caught onto the schedule. I it was. It's so fun to work on. It was really fun. Is there anything else that you have coming up. I guess everything's on home but is there any. I guess you can do auditions the zoom in that kind of thing but is there anything that you might start like maybe early next year during the migrations hoping to get back into the swing of things and start you know getting back onto business and getting back to work and starting again. 'cause i'm really looking forward to that. So this guys right now. Oh good well good luck. Good luck with those here. Thank you could great to talk to you. I mean you're obviously a talent and As they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree you you're carrying on the family business and your natural. I mean it was. I've seen so many young actors couldn't pull off the scenes that you had to pull off. It's a credit to you. And i think we're going to be hearing a lot of value as As you mature and you take on more challenging roles although this one was pretty challenging for sure thanks again fair and best of luck to you and happy holidays to you and enjoy your thanksgiving as well. Thank you so much. You're welcome and thank you for listening to sifi. Talk take care until next time. The show is called a utopia of course and it is on amazon prime. Check it out. Hi this is john delancey and you're very lucky to be listening to sifi talk..

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"Guys welcome tonight we pop I am so excited because man crushed Thursday because Morgan off. . So our friends Scott Tweedie is back. . On the the Wrong is California dreaming. . Okay. . So we been listening for two hundred episodes and we've never done a man crush Thursday before one Thursday that you're on. . Okay. . That's awesome. . All right. . Well, , let's up into the top story because the world's highest paid stars have actually lost a combined total of two hundred, , million dollars this past year you guys. . So then actually according to Forbes newspapers paid celebrity let's Kylie actually came in first place but she's Short, , she's low short. . Sheelah my new little coin because she's about a hundred million dollars less of being a billionaire. . So how should she adjusted lifestyle so that she can kind of be up there with the big dogs when I'm trying to save one, , hundred, , billion dollars, , it usually comes down to just eating in more. . That's kind of the main thing for me that could be it. . That could be it. . Actually there's a few things I can do. . I think it's all about the people that entourage so they could mix it up with their security. God's . maybe go skinny guys or get some of this street performers yet they have to. . Oh I kind of agree with you hunter because we know from our past conversations that Kylie's post mates bill is insane like she spends thousands and thousands on post mates. . So maybe that push her up to be becoming the actual billionaire I think she should just work a little harder is all I'm saying. . It would hurt to do two more brand deals make that hundred million I think she's taking the easy road right now I'm feeling bad for someone else's probably feeling bad for her Jeff Bezos ex Mackenzie Scott because she actually has just been named the richest woman in the world. She's . worth sixty, , eight, , billion dollars B billion after their divorce. . I don't even know how to like comprehend having this amount of money. . Hunter, , are you gonNA shoot your shot with her was that you win you win you're going after a rich woman you need to make it seem like you don't need the money you don't want it. . So on the first date you say, , Hey, let , me get this the second date and you say, , Hey, , let me get this and then on the third day you say, , can I have a new car and then that's when you're in. . For a chance on this one bit of your appearance that needs to change I think if you lose the hair. . Hurrell down. . I think you're going to be. . HOW COME THEY Got Something to show. . Call Him we call him a man crush and then we go ahead and remove my hair from a photo. . I don't love this episode. . Personally she said look I'm into you. . I'm into you having part of this fortune, , but you have to go bald, would , you do it listen? ? I know you guys think that I'm this like moralists person who won't like just live a normal life but I'm telling you right now I would do it for just a million I would do for one million. . Then I'd be set forever. . I'm good with that. . I can't believe that she's actually worth this much money. . You guys. . Well, , you know it's crazy is just to put this in perspective Kylie would have to sell her business that she sold for about five hundred million dollars. . Every single year twice the air until she was eighty years old to have as much money as Mackenzie Basil says insane in Saturday. .

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"mackenzie" Discussed on Profitable Passions

Profitable Passions

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on Profitable Passions

"Hi guys, we have Janessa Mackenzie as our special guest today. She has a business coach brand strategist and she's also a photographer. She helps you take your marketing mindset and business to the next level. She helps coaches course graders healers and creative entrepreneurs as well online experts. We're ready to tap into their true badass tree and create and grow powerful brands that off track their soulmate clients and make cells fun and easy. So we're here with Janessa McKenzie of the brand Maven today to Janessa. We were talking a little bit before we started recording that you have a podcast and you also have your deal with branding and helping women get their brand up there. Can you tell me a little bit about what you do? And you know how you kind of started office? Sure so first thank you so much for having me on I appreciate it. I am Janessa McKenzie and a k e e Brand New Haven, I help women entrepreneurs who are normally Court coaches course creators online experts healers creative entrepreneurs and I help them really bring themselves out in their business. So I don't know if we're supposed to swear on here or not, but I what I usually say is I help women tap into their true badassery so that they can attract the clients and the cash and the life and the business that they love and that they want like they're really Desiring these things and I show them how to get there through just being themselves cuz that's we can't be anybody else. Right? And yes, I do have a podcast that it's called the Elevate podcast with Janessa McKenzie. And in that podcast, it's a very conversational like coffee type chat, but it's birth. So very, you know, there's tactical takeaways whether it's something that you can go Implement right now or it's a perspective change. We talked a lot about spirituality in your business law of attraction and all of those things. We talked about that mixing that into your business and some of the episodes have both of those. Some them have one that you know part of it some of them have both so there's a mix for everybody, you know, if don't like spirituality just skip to the next episode. So I get it. No, that's great though. I mean I'm like that you do a little bit for everybody. Can you tell me how you kind of got into to this world? Yeah, so I started as a photographer was actually for kids and families and while I love to shoot kids and families and I still do on occasion. I was asked by somebody to do a branding shoot for them and I just fell in love with it, but I was just like, oh like she's just like me, you know, it's like that resonation thing like again, you know, like, oh, she's like me. She's building her business. I'm building my business like how cool is it to be able help? Other women get themselves out online and brand themselves with images, right? So that's where it started and then as I got more clients for a photography I would they would ask me questions about their brand about business. How did you do this? How are you doing that and I was kind of coaching my photography clients. So Monday then I came across one of my mentors James wedmore who has a course called business by Design and that changed my whole perspective and not directory into coaching. I was like, oh my God, I can reach more people. I can go online and I can coach people anywhere in the world and I can you know, I can transform lives outside of my own little bubble of where I live. Like how cool is that? So that's you know, that started that and I was you know, just doing it ever since so it's very exciting to be able to help, you know, women business owners who we all have these mind messes up right when we start our business and that we all have to work through and to be able to have somebody there that has been there a long one and has you know worked through the the parts of it that you're already working through. Is priceless really? I mean, I wish that I had a me I started you know, so to be able provide that for other people. It's just amazing. That's wonderful. Yeah, that's the whole reason that we started the podcast is, you know to help other women and give them inspirational stories and tell them that you know, we've all been there, you know, we might be a little bit further ahead of the journey or we might be in the same place in the journey it but we all have the same struggles, you know, whether it's a different place or right now, you know, and and we're going to continue to have struggles in the future but to have voices that we can hear and know their stories and we're not alone. That's it's Priceless like you're saying it is it truly is priceless because we especially as online entrepreneurs, sometimes we feel alone so long and everyone that you think you could reach out to you almost feel bad like I am did in the beginning felt bad and reaching out to people like these were other coaches and stuff and I don't want to just ask for your advice because I know that you get paid to do this. Do you know what I mean? Yeah, and some of us aren't ready to either mentally or financially. We're not ready to pay somebody, you know, and you know working through those things is priceless. Well, especially if it's the mentally part of it like investing in yourself is going to really really push your business forward. I know that it's just very counterproductive to I think what a lot of us grew up with was, you know, spend money unless you have money man here. We are all telling everyone know you gotta spend the money to make the money right exactly, you know, it gets confusing and your brains like no because you know, where is that money going to come from? How am I going to know that I get dead? I returned how am I going to work? All of these things your brain just wants you to just stay where you are just be comfortable and say where you are. But if you've thought about if you are an entrepreneur if you have a busy thought about having your own business you weren't built to stay where you are. I'll have that. Oh my gosh, I think that's powerful to hear. So Janessa, you know, would you like to come back on our show here in a couple of weeks and and we can continue the conversation. I would love that. Yeah, I would love to do that. That would be great. Wonderful. So Janessa where can our listeners find you so I hang out a lot on Facebook. I have a private Facebook not even private. It's free Facebook group. It's called your next level marketing mindset and business and home link that here. I'm sure you can.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on World of Lu

World of Lu

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on World of Lu

"Know I do see it as is a lifetime business. I am very intentional with how I'm growing my business. I want want it to be sustainable. I want to be in this business for the long call. So I'm trying to be mindful of not Bernie. Now which happens happens to a lot of people in this business because I am Orca Hollick. So it's a little difficult but yeah I think I always take my cue from what I think. God's plan is this for me so wherever he wants me is where I'm going to go but I do know that I was called to be a realtor in my life so I think it's a lot more than unjust. WHO's selling homes? A lot of people see it at like this glamorous lifestyle which it can be but it's a lot of work and I I think when you watch like I always come this but when you watch HDTV and you see mostly all the great things about real estate and so oh people don't see that we're working with first time homebuyers and they didn't hit twenty houses that they were offers on the got. This twenty-first health stepping Pity love heartbreak involved in literally tears. There's a lot of times it's all process really have up good at working with people. Yeah yeah well anything they say. The average person gets a new house every seven years so I always try to think. What do I do every once a decade that? I'm really good at nothing. You know so I try to take the approach of breaking it down to make it simple for people and I think as realtors. That's whenever big jobs in huge responsibility to be able to guide people through the process us and take some of that stress out of it and be confident in their advocate in really be their friend. I know all my clients become they friends even after the Clovis Cross right right So I have another partner tell you guys about its Hob see. I just got a beer. I don't know what they called. They call it a sub machine. It's like this tiny tag that you put on your account. Air You a beer drinker from Kensey. Mackenzie basically they delivered draft beer all the time. It's much as you want and I get my favorite mini kicks kegs of craft beer delivered and served from home tap. Here's a deal on the sub home tap have to get you started you go to my website. It's world of blue DOT COM and go to only sponsors page. If you use Promo Code World of Lou Link You Click on you'll get a free home tapestry hundred dollar value and there's no commitment no long term your lock in or anything like that. You'll get started for thirty dollars and getting Over three kegs and mission so again that's hop see and if you go to world of loot dot com slash sponsors you can check them out there now back to our APP. I said it's always fun. Doing these sponsorships again. There you go. That's Austin gift idea really is it's co- it's about the size it's basically a character beer. That's why didn't I think of that. Yeah that's amazing super cold. It's great so another way that I see McKinsey all the time. I just realized what friends of day all over the place so she's over at Spin Cycle Studio which again I've talked. I've talked about a little bit but not specific to their but just cycling in general how come into instructor. Yeah for sure. So I kind of tend to stumble my way into things. Now that I think about it I I kind of stumbled my way into a spin class when I was in high school local gym and their newest. Yeah so I started taking spin on my local gym just randomly like on a whim into a class. Like didn't even know what to expect at all and like I was sucked from the first class. I loved the music I loved the movement. I grew up doing dance and so I loved how they connected music to to movement and so I just thought it was like went crazy and then at class today and that sort of thing and then after doing that for probably about a year one in the instructors there was like hey we need new subs. You should get light. Licensed He. She get certified inside why not whatever that was about five years ago right around the time that I was getting into real estate so volt I signed up for core say drove down to Santa Barbara. Brian did it. And so then I started teaching this gym is called. Gb Three But yeah so I stumbled my way into it. Yeah Yeah Yeah I just love it. I love it as a writer going into the instructor oil and I feel like my life's goal is until I can power people and inspire them and speak truth in love and light into their lives so it was such an easy transition for me to be an instructor because I felt like what a blessing to be able to help other people on their journeys and I knew how much spended for me just not only physically but mentally being able to go into a room and just not think about anything going on outside those four walls and just being in the moment and so when I became an instructor being able to create that space. Listen hold that space for other people just kind of came. Naturally I would agree with that has a writer. I go to Mackenzie's class probably two three times a week. And she's right you just you kind of walk into that studio and you leave all the day's troubles behind like comes leave him outside those walls part of it because you're so tired you can't even think about the restaurant or so busy and for anyone that thinks cycling. It's not it's not a bunch of people standing dancing around on a bike hits staff and it can be there it is really great exercise. Do you have any challenges. Being coached and instructed the I think I think the hard part for me because I have been doing it for five years is just always like not being complacent where you are as an instructor so I'm always always reading on Pinter's looking at quotes and just always trying to soak up things that I can speak Over my clients and writers and so I feel like that's probably been the biggest challenge is just always keeping yourself sharp and not being. I'm good instructor. People are GonNa come into my class. Always growing always getting better. And it's hard like sometimes filling like super uninspired. He had are really hard day at work. A client does yelled at you on the phone and you have to go in and kind of drop all of that So I was just trying to remind myself that me showing up is really important. So regardless of what's going on in my life it's super important to leave out the door because my riders riders are worth it and they need me for sure. Exactly what I was GonNa say is there's twenty five writers depending on you to come in. I mean no pressure but for you to vibe like this release for them and for that or you just never know what they're going through sometimes all they need to get is. Yeah definitely when I feel like God has given me this platform to help other people so with with that. Responsibility comes a lot of I guess you were just say like inspiration. Like I know that dot pressure Asher is because it is a privilege you know so I have to honor that and make sure I'm showing up for them for sure in so that was a really deep challenge. I thought for sure you're going to say when you're facing the room. I go us but you have to go. That's like second nature now when I'm driving I'm like turn right and it's really laugh because my left is it's really confusing but yeah no I always go to like the core issue I never. I don't like the surface stuff. Apparently she it goes. I think like I said I think cycling's great exercise but besides that what experience being something just fell. That's what I've experienced. There's really like a whole community around cheesy to say there's a tribe but like I've met a lot of these people people that I know Michelle who I talked to him frequently and just all these people.

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"mackenzie" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"mackenzie" Discussed on KCRW

"Failed which mackenzie obscured with bogus numbers ProPublica's Ian McDougal's been leading the reporting is on the line good morning good morning can I just note mackenzie is a business consulting firm why would you send them into a jail well the city says that it's because they are well known for dealing with complex organizations that have problems what I've been told by people who were in meetings with city officials back then is that there was this public outrage about the bouncer records and they wanted to the city wanted to address it quickly and also had off likely civil rights lawsuit by the justice department okay reasonable thing to want to do people even if they're in prison or especially when they're in the custody of the state should be safe but what did reikers employees tell you about how the mackenzie strategy went wrong well I had problems from the the start time as they were formulating their anti violence strategy they really spoke only to corrections department officials despite being told they ought to talk to inmates clinic staff others have direct insights into drivers violence our records they can do that and so did they try things that didn't actually address the problems they did that one of the big focuses was these sort of advanced data analytics tools that you know in theory could have been helpful to do things like address a gang violence and so on but at a place that's as low tech as writers were there aren't really computers knowledge of the jails those were not very helpful solutions they were however helpful to McKinsey which was trying to expand into corrections consulting they could hold up these shiny objects to other corrections departments all media they came up with great data that wasn't based work based on anything yes so they they had they had that problem too they they in these units where they serve combined all of the reforms they call them restart units the claims to have these really dramatic drops in in violence and and they did but a big part of that a significant part of that was that they had from the very earliest stages stack those units with inmates who were known not to be unruly are prone to violence particularly so they they focused on the people who weren't such a problem and declare them not a problem now while they're doing this where people inside writers who in many cases not been even been convicted of a crime they just accused they're continuing to be intimidated beaten sometimes even killed yes yeah the the violence continued to to get worse you know the blips up and down here and there but the trend has been has been increasingly worse violence in fact monitors federal monitors report that came out just in October said use of force by guards has just continue to escalate in the hold that appear that the monitor has been in place also it's not just here employ an inmate on inmate violence violence is also violence by guards on inmates yeah yes and also inmates against staff as well okay Mr Dougal thanks for your reporting really appreciate it thank you so much the end of make Google is a reporter for pro publica which looked at a McKinsey effort a strategy to reduce violence.

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