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Fresh update on "maddie" discussed on Part Time Genius
"They do to my hamburger? There's just so many nuances like it is the most entertaining thing ever. TF medicine After Dark is my favorite to Luton? Yeah. Yeah, I guess, uh, girl. This stories. I lived with the stories of of Of the trade and the clients and I live for all of it. We need this we need and we need it for a very long time. And I think the beautiful thing is is that now the world is ready, and I think what I said this to Billy Porter. We were talking a few weeks ago and I said, it's so beautiful that you're still alive and that you survived Because the world has caught up to you and Madison. The world has caught up to you. We don't have to be in this respectability, politics and more. And that's really why I wanted to have this conversation today and for me. It was. You have to look at it to Laverne, my entrance into, uh, mainstream visibility because, you know, I've been an underground girl for a long time. But my interest into that was just me selling a product When I was doing the little vice. It was just to be selling the product at the time in the business that I was in. We should clarify for the audience that I don't think you made me think I'm Maddie has a history in sex work, and she started her own porn business and and turned it out and like you were you were peeking at that time, too. Like boom and they were tearing me up like, Oh, honey, you are trash and the Vernon's queen and you're just in the other and I'm like, I'm not trying to be like Like we're all different. Like, why can I not celebrate my sister who's paving the way for someday? I may occupy that space. I don't know. Why would you all do that? And the gag is Laverne loves the T s. A T s loves Levar and what she knows that we are polar opposites, But we are the same. So Amen we got that's the piece. It's like when I was watching the show last night. I was like, Yes, Matty and I on the service may seem completely different, but I'm from Alabama. I have a religious mother. I grew up in the church. I am a black trans women. There's so many things that we have in common. Very different paths and like, but for the grace of God, I may have been having to do what you were doing, You know, on the stroll in Miami and in Atlanta, but it's all good. It's all good. And what I love about your history and sex work is that you're open and honest about it. You tell the truth about it, like their stories are legendary. And I'm so happy that you survived it. But then I think that is so important that you you you were like I need to be the boss. I need to be the one producing these videos. I need to be the one distributing them because that's where the money is. Can you talk to us about when? When it clicked for you that you were like, Okay, I need to be the boss of this and not be, you know, just used by these other people who are really making the real money when I actually sat back, and I watched the way That cannot be candid lover girl. I want you. I want you here to be fully you and do you? Yes, girl. Relax and do y'all hurt? She? She gave me permission. Okay. All right. Listen. What I saw all those white companies. Pimping out and I do feel I don't want to say pimping out heavy because, you know, we go in knowing that we need to start somewhere. But I'm saying pimping out like girl we work for these people are black skin is so Expensive. It is expensive are black skin is powerful are black skin is like the money maker and you get us and you give us quarters. Pennies nickels on the dollar. To bear our new bodies to perform in video. You own all the rights. You own this stuff, and then you market the white girl as better than us. And this is no shade to my to my white sisters. But you market the white girl better than us, Then start here. This is God. You know, those are those girls and I know you may like this is the niche. If you like this go down If you want to go down this dark place over here, you're gonna like these girls, too, but This is what they were buying over here. The the the black girls and you are using this money to make the white girls look look sickening. Mm. No, ma'am. Yeah, and and that's why I'm so passionate about that because I need them to understand that I walked into a a white world and told them No. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and.
French Reporter Kidnapped by Jihadi Rebels in Northern Mali
"The video has been released showing a French journalist saying that he has been kidnapped by an al Qaida linked group in northern Mali the head of the Africa desk for Reporters Without Borders all know full game confirmed that journalist alleviate to what had been kidnapped on April the eighth while working a money's no the city of cal we have a reason to to to believe and the worst and I unfortunately and there is a fair chance is set to he was indeed kidnapped by December Hungary do Paul confirms in the video that he was kidnapped by the al Qaeda linked group Jay and I am for okay has appeal to French and Malian authorities to help police him well calling on the authorities to do everything they can the French foreign ministry confirmed his disappearance saying they're in touch with his family and Maddie and authorities I'm Karen Thomas
"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"And there's no short-term rentals, and it's like this is a ski town. A lot of these. People can't afford these houses without renting them short-term so, but like the, yeah, now they're starting to show up and they're starting. So it's thoughts on these smaller levels and then it just goes up. Yeah, I mean, that's a, yeah, a bit of a rant and way smaller than pile, but like, that's how it happens. So yeah, it's just getting involved, even in your community level. It's important, it's amazing. Yeah. Maddie where can people follow you, we went you're my longest episode like an hour and 20 minutes. So your great-great read all day long. Raising your story is phenomenal. Thank you for telling it twice where can people follow you? Where can they follow protect our Winters? Where can they follow girls of the enter Onyx? Yeah, you can log. Me on Instagram at Maddie underscore fan of Phaneuf and women of the atk's, is women felt them. So, womxn of the Adirondacks and then protect, our Winters is just protect our Winters. I believe on Instagram. If you want to get involved, I know that there have been trying to kind of increase their volunteer base work, so they need to go to the website, protect our Winters. Org. They might have like a volunteer section, anyone you're listening anywhere across the country. If you're interested in getting involved, how you can do, like a volunteer training course, it's pretty simple. And then you can kind of work against repeal once we have post covid-19 cigar then. So, yeah, that's kind of. Yeah, those are my handles, follow me. If you feel like it, I love it. I feel like wage Mary, thank you so much. I can't wait to watch you in the Olympics this year. It's going to happen. You gotta will it. You'll be there and thanks for being on the show again. Yeah, thanks for having me dead. And that was the episode friends. Hope you liked it. I went over my time. So I hope you made it this far off. I'm sure you did cuz mad. He's a great Storyteller and I just listened I didn't even say that much in this episode cuz she's so good. And so professional. Can't wait to see her page push for the Olympics this year and we'll all be cheering her on. And next year, I will be interviewing gold medalist. Madoff enough. Thanks guys..
"maddie" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Hello? My friends is mistretta Max. This is the pursuit podcast on the out-of-bounds network. If you guys haven't noticed yet, there are two of us. There's Adam acts which is myself and then there's a dumb jabber, which is the other guy with bad hair. Two different shows I come out on Wednesdays. He does Tuesdays Thursdays. He's usually The Mastermind behind all the Instagram, but I do pop off once in a while. So, if you see some van bills, you know, basically not bicycles or skiing, it's usually me, I ride dirt bikes. I build Vans I take a lot of pictures so I'll be slowly. You know, popping more on the Instagram and answering more DM's. I do understand that there are two atoms and then it's dead. Anthony confusing. And we both have really dumb hair, so I apologize for that. But I am at a Max, he is Adam Jabbar, most people just call him Adam. Some people call me. Ex-mossad, call me at a Max. You can call me whenever you want. You can call me Shirley, that would be great as always. Please like, follow, subscribe. Let us know what you like. Let us know what you don't like, five star reviews are amazing for us. I'm really excited about a new sponsor for next week and a couple of weeks moving forward to really odd deal. If you knew me, and that's why I love it, it's really fun. And the brand is willing to take a chance on me, and I'm willing to take a chance on them because I really like what they've got going on even though maybe the product isn't something that I use on The Daily. So it's really cold or really great brand seems to be really great people behind the brands. I'm excited to tell you about that next week but let's talk about this week. This week's guest is Mandy fan off. She is an Olympic berth. Lead. She is a biathlete which means she gets to cross country ski with guns, which is always been a dream of mine, not necessarily being a biathlete cuz I don't have any athletic skill but skiing with guns, that sounds amazing. But in all seriousness, seriousness man, he's amazing. I say that about all my guess, but they truly are anyone who's willing, sit down and talk to me for an hour. I do believe is amazing and Maddie's story of the Olympics. I don't want to spoil anything, but it's worthless, and it's my longest episode. One might stand for something because we had such a great time talking. She's involved with Paw, which all you guys know what that is. She's trying to get a group of girls go together. It's called women of the Adirondacks wage, check that out on Instagram. It's just a big group. Getting people together, all these dudes gather and it's always a bunch of dudes at Trailhead. So their goal is to kind of get, you know, women out there and meet them. And go ride bikes and go for hikes and go skiing together. So episode I think thirteen we're going to say 13 cuz I don't have my phone on me and I don't feel like getting it but let's say episode 13. Many phenomena is that we're on your live, your we're okay, cool. Yeah, the training season today with Maddie how was it to be honest? I went for an hour 45 run, which included a lot of walking. So that's kind of over at church. All of my running includes walking. Yeah. So I'm pretty sure I'll be sore tomorrow, but I think the first week is the hardest and then once we get through this month, it'll be smooth sailing. So, you've been off for a month, like, you don't take that much time off. I've I've honestly, this has been the year that I've had the most time off because I finishing Racing like very end of February. So I had all of March and all of pretty much all of April off. So it was kind of almost two months, but I was sick for like a month of it cuz I had covid-19. Some strength sessions, just like poor and body strength. So I think I think this week I'll definitely be feeling it. This is a one. Yeah, I'd go ahead home. But yeah, I'll be feeling at this video be sore tired but it'll just be kind of, you know, getting the the gears moving. And then it'll it'll be fine after this week. Yeah. This week's like the mental Fitness training. Yeah. Like, oh, we haven't ran more than 30 minutes and over two months. This is going to be a little rough. Yeah. What is my ability to suffer like wage? Yeah, exactly. That's have I lost it? Okay. Now it's still there. Oh, I could still suffer, perfect. I'm in shape cuz that's my level of Fitness all the time cuz I'm never in shape. But my ability to get something to suffer gets like Banner like that's always in shape. So I'm just, I mean I'm not an athlete at all and especially compared to you. I'm not an athlete wage. But that's always been my like, oh, I'll just suffer like, that's fine. Yeah, I suffer. Which I think that's what a lot of your sport is. But let's talk about your sport for people. Obviously, I will do an intro and tell everybody who you are and what you do, but we kind of just started chatting right off the, the cuff here. So Maddie, tell everyone who you are and what it is that you do them, right?.
Design - Improve your communication
"But year eleven. I didn't bring my books to school. Lack my designed books and just doing all let harm but it's so helpful getting other peoples advise and it makes you feel a lot more confident. I was very much to shy away and hide my way. I can hide everything and then just have the load on myself and stress about it but it's so beneficial to live talk and like show people what you're struggling with and really rage out. And that's something. I learned throughout you twelve and i benefited from it. Soy madge which was right. So yeah it helped me with my procrastination a lot because i was more upfront and like taking our initiative of it like i was like i haven't done this yet i don't know what to do. I'm stressing out a bit. And i'm kind of falling behind. And then they would like accommodate man. Help me which was so great. Because
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The Importance of Finding Zen In Everyday Life
"Live in a fast paced overburdened. Overworked and jam-packed culture. We work long hours to make more money to buy more things to clutter of our houses. We always time with unnecessary correspondents social media notifications and getting stuck in traffic. We feel like we're on this. Never ending. Treadmill to nowhere feeling disconnected and frazzled. Each and every day we're sleep deprived overweight and stressed out when all we really want is to get some zen so does living a life of zen look like traditionally the word zan has been associated with the quiet and austere buddhist sect which emphasizes silent meditation and personal inquiry however as the word has leashed into modern everyday. Life is evolved to mean something less esoteric and more practical. You don't have to become a monk to be then but will probably require some major life changes since we can all agree that today's world is decidedly nonsense in essence. Dr zan is all about spaciousness intention in peace and we can apply this wisdom to every aspect of our lives while somewhat challenging to define exactly. What zen is is easy to notice when something isn't then a cluttered workspaces not zen. A overpacked schedule is not zan. A phone or tablet that has constantly chirping and buzzing is definitely not zen. Chances are good that you can recognize things in your life. I give you that calm. Spacious feeling you can also feel when you lose. Sight of it is he. Zen is something that already exists. Innately within us we are born in perfect peace maddie's with our world and with ourselves but as grow up and take on the burdens of the world we lose touch with our inner nature however all is not lost. Don't worry we can all make deliberate and mindful choices to get rid of some of the clutter. Be that physical mental or emotional in regain our zan
Chicago deli giving away 1,000 sandwiches if customers come in wearing mask properly
"Shut automatically stellar. We all have maddie's deli very famous place giving out a thousand free sandwiches today to customers wearing a mask. Manny's initially started to give away as a challenge. Challenging at the south delhi would give out sandwiches if we go thirty days having ask anyone to put a mask on properly. Wear your masks prior to the challenge. They said it hadn't made it longer than a few hours with that. Have to ask people to adjust their masks. Within a day the restaurants have the challenge had already failed and at least seven. People had to be corrected Later that same day they revealed that an anonymous donor would sponsor free sandwich. Day for the first thousand customers wearing a mask And they announced that it would be today. Unlimited thousand sandwiches given out first come first serve basis to customers wearing a mask. The doors opened at nine thirty. The daily also noted that on top of the promotion it would be giving out sandwiches to all four hundred and fifty staff members at uc mass vaccination site today as well so Go support manny's always. But i guess today you can get in there and i think they'll be all along that so good but starting at nine thirty thousand free sandwiches. Manny
"maddie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Stage in front of three thousand people and this happened. i remember. there is one dance that we did and our friend. Chloe she did she did like a kick or something and she was in the middle and she fell in the middle of it slipped under her. It was so funny and we kind of made that joke ongoing for a my my worst moment which i thought it was hilarious but like i was on tour and it was the opening number and i just wear nude leotard and i literally might strap just fell down and i'm like thirteen and i just remembered the entire audience. Obviously seeing my whole thing like follow up in rescue dance. Like i had to slips with the start up in i remember coming up stage dying laughing because i was like might as well make light out of the really cool performance actually. Yes you're holding the whole time. Yeah cost out. Functions are not what it answer one one of the things. I i have to say this because it's like it was one of those things at one point. When we were shooting. I had to say to mattie maddie. I think you need to take a break and you have this mentality and it is a dancer mentality where you just keep going. You know what i mean. You don't stop you. Don't take a second. you'll do anything for anybody to get it right and it was like you needed a second to just kind of be. Let things wash over you and relax for a second. I actually had to tell you to sit down remember. Yeah and when i think about that it is is that it's up. Meant that dancer mentality of like. No i got to be there. And i can't let anybody down and i can't do this and just ingrained in you so when i hear that you kept going with a leotard i mean not just of course you like. It's good that you did that though. Because i need to have that person telling me to just like relaxing. It's gonna be okay. And i'm not gonna Disappoint anyone. If i'm not like on all the time and that's definitely like you know it's not healthy to just keep going like sia like jokes in says that i live in a bubble because i just like. She's like yeah. Whatever i don't need to breathe. I don't need to do this. i'm sorry for being born. It's like one of those things as a joke. Where it's just like new has answer you just you're Never stopping or otherwise. You may not be valued or something but yeah. It's it's really really nice that you will. What about that. Like the pressure limited. You feel pressure at such a young age to perform to be perfect not to mess up to live up to the standards i mean. Was there pressure there for you guys at all. I think it was definitely more pressure for her because she was considered the best one and she's the one that never misses out where she's the one that always wins. I feel like when you didn't win you would get so upset about it an i. It felt at the time it felt like it was the end of the world like literally. I thought that i would never kind of like comeback from it it. I don't know it was such a bad place to be. But that's just what our teachers installed on us. And i think like once we stopped competing it was like. Oh what do we do. It was all these plastic trophies. We don't need them like what's the point of even like worrying about it in the first place you know i. I was never hard on myself at all. But you are the most hardworking person and she would throw fits. She would get so upset. And i would just be like wow eighty upset dance competition as you're like sitting backstage eating ships social media around this whole time. I'm trying to we look media like i want to say. We were like nine or ten when we had an instagram. Like it was really. It was like eight. Yeah it was so lax back then. It was just like a fun. We would barely go on it. We like we would just post a photo of like kennedy. Said she would take a picture of her like starbucks. Drink drinking hosts that i it was nothing like it is now but you basically grew up not only in social media but you grew up with social media right. How is that with with you guys personally like you both have different accounts i know with kids is always pressure. Like how many followers you have. And if matty has more followers than mackenzie more followers mattie like are these things that you guys even think about or talk about or you know or or even the pressure that comes with having to show up for all of the followers at such a young age. Yeah i mean. I don't think we ever worried about our followers. I mean really. It's just a number to us. We don't look so young. Yeah because we were so young. We've just been so used to it that we don't even care about it. But i think social media does put a lot of pressure on us is because we're so young in that we obviously our role model Up to us so we. There's a lot of hay comments that it's really hard to overlook because obviously there's so much good but you want to look at the bad. Isn't it where this it's so weird man it's like there's a thousand good ones and then that one bad one and you're almost certain you're almost searching for like you're scrolling through like ooh this. Oh here's a all the times she i. Yeah and it's it's also like message saying we're never it's not about us comparing each other about like the followers thing like i. It's always like one is always above the other and it's not it's more about like the pressure of like like right now. I'm having this like weird battles myself. I'm eighteen now. But i still think people think i'm eleven So am i. i can't. I don't know i post this because i don't want to come off like oh what happened to her. She looks way older. But it's like. I'm literally just growing up and i. It just happens to be in front of a lot of people in. They're gonna love or hate. It always want to see you as a baby bray and it's weird when they when they're like. I've seen you feel like you're still a little girl in stopping it's like you're also looking so cute. Today's i'm going to go through our like old photos like we went through our like these..
"maddie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Revelry that's good. This was really special for me because matt and worked together. Now yeah all know. It's really exciting. And let me take this time to congratulate you. Thanks on your nomination for the people's choice award for the for the golden globes longtime it has and everyone's excited. And how great is it that. Mattie i know i know did this before we knew we sure did this. Isn't this wasn't We did this for the movie. And we and obviously mattie and mckenzie. I've know them in love them and Have a very strong relationship with matty Who i love. She played so so. She plays music in the film music. This is a musical experience. We shot this film three years ago. it's a film about my character. Her name is zoo. She is a recovering addict. Who's just out of kind of doing a little time out of jail. She is trying to make money so that she can kind of get her life together and the only way. She's doing that and knows how to do that. Is by dealing drugs Her grandma dies care of her sister. She realizes that she needs to figure out either how to take care of her sister what to do and she can hardly take care of herself. She's clearly a dysfunctional person The story it's got a lot of different themes and it goes into a lot of different kind of subject matters and is just a beautiful awesome musical experience and yeah and and matt plays music. Your sister ninety plays music my raising job. She really did such an incredible talent and Dancing with her really was watching. Her work is just wild. So okay hawking to obviously you know her. I i don't even just talking to her her work ethic from a from when she was little girls just off the chart. Yeah and mattie. You know when you when i worked with her you know even during dance rehearsals and everything It just it's just like she's just incredible. It's like you're you know it's like i'm forgetting about what i'm doing because i'm kind of just watching her dance. She's just a very you know there are always say there's times in. There's been times in my career where i've got to watch like extraordinary exemplary talent. Be a part of it very rarely. Do you do that when someone is much younger than you and watching. Her work was one of the great moments in my career. Because a sort of just shows how rare a talent like crazy. It was talking to them too. They were far the youngest siblings. That we've had yeah. They were like teenagers. yes mackenzie has. What twenty million followers on tiktok razi. Yeah i'm so happy to like have had them on and to kind of it's gonna be fun. You guys will like it. So enjoy -joy and mackenzie secret. I am so excited. This is so much fun. Mattie and i have a movie that is coming out literally today. It's called music. It was an absolutely of love. We had the best time on it. It was a very emotional experience and we fell in love. And what i loved most about it was that i was able. We were doing a musical and to me when you're doing a musical you sort of workshop. The singing the dance. You have a lot of rehearsal time you get a very different kind of intimate relationship with the actors that you're working with so i feel like we all got really really really tight and really close and so it's fun to be able to now actually talk about the movie. I know since such a long time. I also say let's that my favorite the rehearsal systems. I feel like we were able to just let go of everything. Just have fun and just see where do key tonight. i ultimately think like you're right. It brings you closer. I feel like that's my dancers are so close. You're spending like day in and day out studio together And it just becomes this like super close knit relationship. I feel like that's what happened. I feel like it. Ellie mae the process of being comfortable quicker and making making a musical just is a different kind of film film experienced. It's like anything else you're putting there's everyone is putting so many hours and so much time in to every step of the way into went with productions that were doing and we had this really cool thing where we have these really colorful musical experiences and when we would get on set then all of a sudden it would be the set design and the costume and then you know it is almost like a live performance. Except you gotta do way. More takes very very impressed by you muslim. i make it. You obviously know how they like. It was just like. I don't know it was a high will experience. It just felt about those reduced. It really followed. We were in like a dream. Fancy while we're like it really felt like we became a part which is really. I know i loved it. And you know what i loved. The most was watching you and your talent and being so young and being so self possessed and you're going to have such an incredible career And so. I feel very lucky that i got to work with you so young because i can't wait to see all the things that you're going to end up doing but enough of our movie lesson about you girls at okay..
Academic Facing Jail in Iran Escapes to U.K.
"British Iranian academic faces nine years in jail as he's told how the BBC how he escaped on foot over mountains to start a new life in the U. K look. Maddie was born in Iran, but there's a student in the UK became a British citizen as well. For many years he's worked in Iran is an anthropologist. But in 2019, he was arrested by revolutionary guards and thrown in prison for three months. He was targeted, he said, because he's a jewel national in Iran wanted to retaliate after Britain's seized in Iranian oil tanker after broader he was convicted in December of collaborating with a hostile government something he denies. Sentenced to more than nine years in jail while out on bail. He fled and secret traveling high over the mountains on foot to
How A 100-Year-Old Treatment Could Help Save Us From Superbugs
"In twenty fifteen. Stephanie strategy and her husband tom paterson. Both scientists were travelling in egypt. They sell the pyramids the nile and then as she tells it in this text talk after dinner one night. Tom became violently ill. He vomited all night long. And i thought oh gee he's just got food poisoning and i pulled out a couple of antibiotic pills that we take with us on our trips and i gave it to them with some water. Nothing happened the next day. Tom kept vomiting. Stephanie called doctor he thought yes food poisoning and set up an iv drip for more antibiotics. But tom only got worse at a local clinic. He was diagnosed with pancreatitis. Inflammation of the pancreas and medevac to a hospital in frankfurt and there. He was diagnosed with something even worse. A superbug a bacteria by the name of oscillator b-actor bowman scary name scarier bacteria it tops. The world health organization's list of most dangerous superbugs bacteria that are very hard to treat often resistant to many antibiotics. Now we'll never really know for sure where time got his superbug infection. But we do know that. It was an egyptian stream. And we know that. By the time he was medevac. Thome to san diego that it was resistant to every antibiotic. Tom was in a coma. His organs were shutting down. He was on three different drugs to keep his heart. Beating and the doctors told me that tom was going to die. But seventy refused to give up. She turned to the scientific community for help. I'm maddie safai today. on shortwave. What stephanie found and how it saved her husband's life. It's a century-old treatment. That could be a new tool in our war against super bucks for months stephanie's husband. Tom would remain hospitalized fighting for his life and losing. Yeah i was just really scared out of my mind. But i knew that if i just sat back and waited then he was going to die and i needed to know that i'd done. Every last thing that i could do that i would leave no stone unturned so i hit the internet and i did with anybody else would do in my shoes. Google it well. Luckily you know there's google for scientists and that's called pubmed and it's this wonderful search engine where you can put in any words and a scientific paper will pop up and you know i punched in words like multi drug resistance and the name of his superbug which is assassinated b-actor mania and popular within an hour. I found a paper that mentioned something called page therapy. So tell me a little bit about fish there. Well fay jr are short for bacteria phages and that's derived from the greek word meaning bacteria eater and they are viruses that have naturally evolved to attack bacteria there's ten million trillion trillion pages on the planet. It's all a matter of finding the ones that will kill the bacteria that you want to get rid of. Okay real quick phase one. oh one i like. Stephanie said bacteria phases the viruses that infect bacteria are everywhere pretty much anywhere you find. Bacteria you'll find a phase we're talking and artika deep-sea ocean vents your. But i swear that'll make sense later. Second facials don't actually eat bacteria in this case the fees injects its own dna into the bacterial cell. Then the virus forces the bacteria to make more and more copies of itself feeling up the cell with viruses eventually the bacteria bus open releasing all those new viruses. Go off and kill other cells. It's ruthless
COVID-19 cases surge across US
"That. Let's talk about the latest on these numbers and the surge across the country as we bring in Wi OD National Court. Spawned that Michael Bauer. You could follow him on Twitter at the Bower show. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Maddie. Yeah, I hadn't thought about the making fun of Dr Fauci part, but I definitely member the Pearl clutching that one time when we crested that 100,000 Day mark, and now we have added a million cases just over the past week alone. And if you do the math on that, just 13 days of over 100,000 new cases a day will simply add that up very easily. So that's where we are. Yesterday. We crested 133,000 new coronavirus cases. We're now up to 11/11 million cases in this country and that last million coming over the past week. This is an alarming acceleration and spread. Yeah, we're seeing I mean, look, it's the spread is everywhere. It's not you have used to be. We go. Hey, Manny, where the hot spots in this country? No, no, The country is the hot spot. Yeah, There's no question about it. You're starting to see some. Even North Dakota, whose governor, throughout this entire thing has refused to order mass mandate has now ordered a mask mandate. Ask people to wear the mask everywhere indoors and you're certain you're starting to see other restrictions. The city of Chicago, the state Of Michigan and elsewhere because it is literally spreading uncontrollably and much of the country. You got 70,000 people in U. S hospitals being treated for severe cases of covert 19 Let that sink in 70,000 people in U. S hospitals being treated. That's more than we've ever had going back even to win. This thing kicked off in March more so when we had that when we had the Sunbelt States infections That's the kind of numbers we're looking at here. The overwhelming hospitals is going on right now, right under our noses. We're trying to figure out who the next president is going to be or what the lawsuit that the president has filed is going to look like There are overwhelming hospital bed scenes. There are numbers of in some cases hospital losing 30% of their staff to Cove It like literally having them either have to quarantine or they're in ICU right now. Not doing well because they have caught Cove in 19 those of the kinds of overwhelming numbers we're looking about, and that's the key here. 38 different states reporting more than 1000 new cases on Saturday. And this surge is deadly. That's the big thing here. We haven't seen those death numbers climb just yet. But that's not the way the pacing works. Pacing goes infection than you have hospitalizations. Then you have the death numbers coming through and we're hearing Zero from the federal government. We're hearing zero from the coronavirus task force that President Trump set up. We're hearing it's been five months or more. Since President Trump has been a part of any of those meetings, which is why Michigan Washington The state of Washington, laid out a slew of new rules prohibiting indoor social gatherings and dining. We're seeing that in places like New York, Connecticut, Minnesota and New Jersey. They've all got curfews and play. New Mexico banned in person services for non essential workers. Maryland ordered restaurants to reduce indoor dining by 50% in Oregon is just saying we're cutting out restaurant dining altogether. We're putting it on pause with all of this. That's because we're not hearing anything, and the country is looking at this states are looking at this watching their numbers grown going. We've got to do something, and we're hearing absolutely nothing on the higher level right now. Yeah, yeah. I mean, it seemed like a lifetime ago that President Trump said that he declared himself a wartime president because the country was at war against this virus. I guess he got tired of because he hasn't met with his generals or anybody else. You also remember a lot of people saying this whole thing this this pandemic this corona virus thing on November 4th. It was going to be over the media wasn't going to talk about it anymore. It wasn't going to exist. Nobody was going to get sick. Turns out that wasn't true, either. Well, and there was a part of that. That seems like a pretty self fulfilling prophecy from President Trump like and on November 4. They're going to stop talking about it because all we're gonna talk about it in the election because all we're going to care about is what states did somebody win and where the lawsuits coming from, So I guess, theoretically, that's true. And while that's all happening The numbers are growing exponentially, and that the health experts are very concerned that Dr Fauci said yesterday that when you start to look at what's going on here, the fact that President elect Joe Biden's transition team is not getting any information on national security or coronavirus cases. We're gonna have a massive gap here before anything gets an opportunity. To be done even before you get to look at a possible vaccine being on the market on some level those air very large cases that could become overwhelming. We could get up to 200,000 cases a day 250. What's the number? That's going to shock Americans into thinking they should wear masks and socially distance Because so far the policy of play has been. Hey, we trust the American people to do what they need to do. If they feel that they need to be safe and wear a mask, they'll do it. How's that working out for us? That's not going particularly well right now. So until something comes from the higher ups and work its way down, and then works in unison with what states are seeing because of tests, and they're seeing a rise in positivity here, there where they can kind of shut down little areas of the state and go into quarantine. That's when we get control over it. Right now. We are so far from control that the light from control take 10,000 years to reach in, and you're starting to see where we're going backwards. I mean that you're starting to see now what is that? Wal Mart is now star. Eating the count customers coming into their stores. That's a national mandate like company. Now you're seeing other stores, Costco has changed their mass policy. Everyone has. First of all. Costco had this policy that if you had health problems, you could wear a face shield. It's been proven that there's no health problem that would preclude you from wearing a mask. To begin with. It's a good 117 days now, since World Health Organization declared this thing a pandemic. You remember that second Thursday in March? We're all of a sudden you walked into the grocery store. There's no toilet paper. There's no lice off 117 days we've been dealing with and every single expert tells us you know we can control this. If we just do the little things where the mass wash your hands stay socially mistaken 1170.2 countries that have done exactly that that have seen that taken control and in the meantime, we're in 36 states now that have mandated the wearing a face masks in public. That should and probably will grow. But what's going to have to happen between then and now? That's the big question. And what is something like if you've got 36, which is clearly the majority of states that are calling for that mask mandate? What happened if you had the whole country in the masked man it What would that theoretically do to us other than possibly slow this thing down a little bit? Keep the economy like that's it? Yeah. Michael, I was a pleasure. We will talk tomorrow morning, sir. You gotta stay safe.
Fitchburg State University Students Cope With Dorms Closing, Shift To Remote Learning After Boston's COVID Spike
"The school year for students at Fitchburg State after a covert spike in that city forced classes mostly online and the dorms closed. WBZ TV is Jim Smith report. The university now says says it it it will will will shift shift shift most most most class class class is is is too too too remote remote remote Learning Learning Learning by by by November, November, November, 21st. 21st. 21st. With With With dorms dorms dorms closing closing closing for for for the the the semester semester semester by by by the the 22nd 22nd students students are are now now scrambling scrambling to to make make plans plans from from California. California. So So I I have have to to like, like, I I don't don't even even know know what what I'm I'm gonna gonna do do my my stuff. stuff. Have Have to to describe describe it it and and then then go go and and then then just just wait wait till till like like two months to see it again. Maddie amount to, Ghani says It's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate because you know, we got sent home early in the spring. And I I play play softball softball here, here, so so I I don't don't get get my my season season and and it's it's not not looking looking too too good good for for this this spring's spring's already already canceled canceled fall fall and and winter winter sports. sports. It's It's kind kind of of unfortunate unfortunate with with the the way way the the numbers numbers we're we're going. going. The The spring spring semester semester at at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh State State will will now now start start January January 25th. 25th. That's That's a a week week later later than than originally originally planned. planned. In In the the last last weekly weekly data data report, report, Fitchburg Fitchburg was was in in the the red red for for the the positive positive testing rate of 6.9% close to 50 people testing positive per day average over the last two weeks. The sergeant, the city is
Fitchburg State University, NW Of Boston, To Move Classes Online After COVID Spike In City
"End to the school year for students at Fitchburg State after a co big spike in that city force most classes online and dorms closed. WBZ TV is Jim Smith reports, The university now says it will shift most class is too remote Learning by November, 21st. With dorms closing for the semester by the 22nd students are now scrambling to make plans come from California. So I have the like, I don't even know what I'm gonna do my stuff. Have to describe it and then go and then just wait till like two months to see it again, Maddie Monta Gani says It's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate unfortunate because because you you know know we we got got sent sent home home early early in in the the spring, spring, and and I I play play softball softball here here said said and and get get my my season season and and it's it's not not looking looking too too good good for for this this spring's already canceled fall and winter sport. It's kind of unfortunate with the way The numbers are going the spring semester at Fitchburg State will now start January 25th. That's a week later than originally planned.
Fitchburg State University To Move Classes Online After COVID Spike In City NW Of Boston
"Department of Public Health out with new coronavirus numbers Saturday, the state seeing more than 2800 new cases in 27 more deaths. 705 people are currently in the hospital with covert 19 with 151 of them in the ICU. And with the case numbers continuing to climb one local university is taking action to attempt to slow the spread. Fitchburg State is stopping all in person classes in college activities until the end of January. WBZ TV is Jim Smith reports. Everyone's kind of, you know, uneasy. Everyone wishes it was Better wishes. Covert numbers would go down Tough times at Fitchburg State, the latest surge in covert cases forcing big changes for students here. The university now says it will shift most class is too remote Learning by November 21st with dorms closing for the semester by the 22nd. Students are now scrambling to make plans. I'm from California. So I have the like, I don't even know what I'm gonna do it my stuff. So if this is grab it and go and then just wait till like Two months to see it again, Maddie Monta Gani says it's probably the right decision based on the surge, but it impacts the college experience. It's really unfortunate because you know we got sent home early in the spring, and I play softball here, so I don't get my season and it's not looking too good for this spring's already canceled fall and winter sports, So You know, it's kind of unfortunate with the way the numbers were going. Of course, Fitchburg State is not alone because of this covert spike. A number of other colleges and universities are being forced to make difficult decisions. I think I kind of saw it coming. I didn't want to accept it, but I saw it coming because all the other schools to doing it. The spring semester at Pittsburgh State will now start January 25th. That's a week later than originally planned. Students are doing their best to cope. I believe that this is probably
Interview With Body Surfer Nick Betts
"Welcome back to the Costa Athlete Program I'm your host chef. Today, we are joined by one of the men who has helped shape one of the biggest brains and body surfing and skin diving or free diving depending on what you choose to identify as we have on the man, the myth, the legend one of the is behind the camera, the Great Nick Nick so good to have you on the show. Absolutely Beerman so I have to ask right off the top. How. Did you get hooked up with because you and Matlin Gio did I pronounce his last name correctly Lingo. Lingo. Thank you. Everybody listened to the show Torius mispronouncing of names between the two of you. You guys are responsible for the majority of public images released by Ert. How'd you get hooked up hooked up with them in the first place? Actually, not really think about it might be a kind of a blurry stories. So there's a thousand, acre, ranch out east in San. Diego that. I am kind of Co.. Owners of I don't own the ranch, but Munich Jake we. Have kind of put together. What is called earlier twenty ranch and Jake's families owned this thousand Acre property since nineteen twelve and as fifty five. Acre Lake on. A. Cabin. In all kinds of different terrain and stuff like that. So years ago through the rest of a group that started, which is rescued watches also on by rob. Smith We met through him in new that was formerly snipers. So they asked me to come out in check out the ranch in need do some schouten. Stuff. So I went out there and I saw we we're able to shoot to like twenty, six hundred meters and I j like you have no idea what you have here. In will only get some boys out here jigs former military he was air. Force. So. Through my connections, I knew mad at the time and we brought matt out there and just shooting various guns and kind of started doing some photo shoots. No quick just because I want to. I want to date for the audience. 'CAUSE as everybody knows like five years ago gun content could help you when the algorithm whereas now you don't necessarily see the same level of push. So at what point was this this forming up happening? This is probably in twenty seventeen. And So maddie and out in and. That's how I got introduced again and then started doing. Random shoots through MAC. and. Become really close with with union the rest of his family. Really, really big into the brand and and what it stood for. In. The logos and designs in the Surf Culture that was speculating waiting so I ended up getting connected with them through that we do some dies up support any way that I could. has now kind of worked for clandestine media. which the huge military media company does a lot of shoots for a lot of the major manufacturers and kind of had to take a step away because he's been on the road for weeks and weeks and weeks at a time and so ian reach out to the announcement. Step into fill Matt's shoes which are big shoes to fill in. More than happy to do so.
Gender Discrimination and Harassment at Sea
"Now if the mosaic expedition sounds familiar to you, it might be because back in December we aired two episodes on the research being done. But today we're turning away from the research and focusing on Chelsea's reporting. The Mosaic Expedition Gender Discrimination and harassment and how they're an all too common reality for many field scientists. I'm Maddie Safai and this a shortwave from NPR. So on October eighth a few weeks. Into the mission a meeting was called and it was led by this communications manager, with Awa, the German institute kind of spearheading the mission like who was there and what was that meeting about. Right. So that meeting was held by Katharina Vice Tweeter who was a Manager and she held that meeting with all of the journalists who were on board the ship at that time, and so at that point, there were four of us all women, and so we all sat down and she kind of told us. I want to just clarify. The rules of the new dress code that was announced yesterday at the General Meeting, and then she went on to tell us you know this is a safety issue and there are a lot of men on board this ship and some of them are going to be on this ship for months at a time, and this is a safety issue something that needs to be taken seriously and so. I should say she did not come out and say we are concerned that. Men On this shipper going to harass you or assault you if you dress a certain way so but it was heavily implied by this. Multiple Times telling us there are many men on board the ship and you need to not wear tight fitting clothing or revealing clothing. Yeah. Yeah I mean, what did you take from that? Like when you walked away from that meeting what did you take from them? Well what we took from. It was that there was a risk of harassment or something worse. You know if we didn't dress more modestly on board the ship. And, we really were alarmed by this because we started wondering. If. There had been some incidents that had prompted the change in the rules and what was this bit about a safety issue was there some threat to the safety of the women on board and what? Exactly? was that threat and so we were you know, of course irritated. By by implication that we should have to change the way we dress because there are a lot of men on board the ship, but we were also alarmed. Yeah I, mean when you wrote about the dress code meeting, you noted that it came after some problems with harassment that had already sort of percolated on the ship. That's correct. Although at the time we actually were not aware of that. So as I reported the story that that came out in my reporting later, there had been a an incident in which some women on board the ship reported to the cruise leader that that they had been harassed by men on board the ship, and then you know there was a meeting, it was brought to the captain and the men were prohibited from further contact with those participants and and it was never made widely known. Anybody else on board that ship that there had been an incident like this And so nobody knew about this at the time, the dress code was announced. So you know we all Kinda had this suspicion about a safety. What exactly does that mean? was there some incident but I did not find out that any incident had occurred until much later. And this wasn't the only incident of gender-based discrimination while you were aboard. Right you wrote that the dress code kind of became a symbol of these inequities, but there was other stuff going on to. That's correct. So there was the harassment incident that occurred shortly before the dress code was enacted, and then later on, there was an incident in which. A group of Were kind of called together. Asked to volunteer basically to participate in a work assignment and the work incitement involved a helicopter ride over to. The Polar Stern, which was the main research vessel participating the expedition and. Helping to unload a bunch of boxes and supplies and that sort of thing and so. The group volunteered for this work assignment, originally consisted of both men and women and then later on the cruise leader removed the to women participants from that assignment and replace them with men and I'm told that this event also sparked a lot of resentment among the women who were familiar with the incident, and so you know I asked crews leader later about this incident and he said that he did this to comply with a German law that dictates How much men are allowed to lift on work assignments versus women are allowed to lift on work assignments but it was a little odd because he sent me the law and I looked at over and the way he described the work assignment and the amount of weight that was going to be distributed among the people participating those weights should have actually exceeded the weight limits for both men and women. So I could not get really a clear justification on why only women were removed from that work assignment and again people who are involved with that situation or who were familiar with that situation we're upset by that as well. Yeah. I mean, Chelsea, this isn't just the mosaic right in your reporting. You discussed a twenty eighteen study by the National Science Foundation about the prevalence of sexual harassment and you noted according to the study the. Two biggest predictors are settings where they're more men than women and I'm quoting environments that suggest a tolerance for bad behaviour I mean is this the situation that you saw when you were reporting on the Mosaic Mission? Right? So I spoke with various experts on a gender and policy in field science and in polar science and they all kind of pointed to leadership on these expeditions. That's really a primary factor in kind of environment. Is it going to be you know for the women participating in these expeditions and so it's really important from what I've been told by these experts to have a leadership that is prepared to deal with issues of sexual harassment or discrimination. If they should come up leadership that's trained to deal with these kinds of issues that's train to prevent these kinds of issues from coming up in the first place. Leadership, that sets very clear rules and boundaries at the start of an expedition for what will be tolerated and what will not be tolerated and I think that really does speak to what went wrong on academic fed off. You know there was a dress code that was enacted midway through the cruise. It was a surprise to everybody it was communicated in a really kind of vague and distressing an alarming way. Harassment incident that arose that was kind of it'd be swept under the rug a little bit at the time may or may not have influenced the dress code. So. Yes. I think this really all speaks to kind of a lack of preparation to prevent these kinds of issues arising in the first place and from dealing with them in the proper ways when they do arise. Yeah. Yeah and you know Chelsea I'm wondering what is the response to your piece? Ben So far since you wrote. The response to the peace has been mainly very positive so far. So I've heard from a lot of scientists researchers both in polar science and in other fields. Who have been very supportive and who have said you know this is an issue that happens all the time that's very common but that needs to be talked about more and so you know it's very important to kind of bring these issues into the light and. It has been. It's it's not been great to hear that there are so many other people who have had similar experiences. You know that's that's disappointing and distressing to hear but you know. But a lot of people have said you know this, this is very common and it's good that we're starting to talk about this more do. Yeah. I mean you mentioned Chelsea some moments of solidarity from the participants aboard the most recent being this unified statement responding to your article signed by the large majority of Grad, students on board. Did this. You know inspire any hope for you about the future of the this type of field research. It did absolutely, it did that statement basically said that it was disappointing to see rules and policies on board. The ship that might imply that women should have to change the way they dress to manage the behavior of men or policies that might limit women's involvement in fieldwork, and so you know the students know in their statement that they were. You know grateful for. The opportunity to go on the expedition into work with leading polar scientists in the field. But this was something that that was not acceptable to them and you know it wasn't courage to read that statement and to just kind of see the interest in the concern about these kinds of issues from you know what's going to be the next generation of polar scientists and I do think that this is something that will hopefully Garner a little bit more attention inspire some change in the future.
"maddie" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"How how can you speak to me when it's not so aggressive? 'cause he's just like he's like, this is the right way. Yeah. Like why would you think other than the way I? Think that's so ridiculous and I've had to stop him and be like my brain doesn't work like yours in I'm a super sensitive soul married to an eight. Yes. Hi Ya. Ya. What is Josh? Josh is a four. Oh, so him I. Really. Well, we're super emotional when people go look his catalog up, they'll be like, oh yeah, he's a I got to look at the titles. Man You know what's crazy. So my husband, he is one of five children in his family, his dad himself, his brother and his sister. All eight. Yeah. Wow. So yeah, I know that you breed your number does that mean like every time you breed because I don't Wanna I don't think so because I'm not my parents aren't oh my. Dad's is a six and my mom is a one. Okay. Six to seven so. That's the my mom is a three and my dad tested as a two buddies definitely an. He just like there's absolutely no way he is eight to the team rights but I don't think that equals anything. Heads or anything we didn't talk about I don't think. I want to do this again. We're going on the road we've already seen. Everyone podcast part. The, last question we always ask that you both have to answer because the show is called. That sounds fun I. Tell Me What you do for fun. Mine's really lame. It's not it's not lame but I take care of my chickens even though not supposed to have chicken. We didn't tell where you live so. Definitely against my Hoa but I don't care I just I play with my trumpetings four. So can they're laying eggs now? Yes carry actually I did get. Egg Abo. I am Yes but yeah, I play with my chickens I. Love Playing chess with my husband. Are you good at chess not good but determined you know counts and also love reading. Book person and are you reading anything right now we know about. Man All. The Sherry. Lupino I think books the couple next door. Have you read the Gosh it. I'm reading her book. It's called a stranger in this house or something like that. But the first one, the couple next door is one of the best like thriller books I've ever read and I'm normally self help or romance kind girl but lately, I've been veering off. But yeah, that's kind of my hanging out chickens, reading books playing chess cooking and baking. I love all. Fun. Like. I can't wait for you. To I, play call of duty. Gosh I have my pink controller and my Oh, my corner in this room and we are just gamers. You just love it. I love it I did I would have ever guessed that. The video games so much unload them and I, like freaking I'm like actually. Is it just call of duty or do you have a couple of I'll play just call of duty. Okay. He Plays Basketball Gate Twenty one or whatever. I don't even know but I just play call of duty. A At some point, every day I mean surely during quarantine it was like. Oh Yeah. Because there's other people that get on at the same time we yeah we play with our brother in law. And and she's always late she was texting me at twelve thirty. You. Okay makes sense we WANNA know you never get to answer the question what do you do for fun. Thank you for asking I. What do I do for fun right now I mean, no one's surprise about this I just..
September 2020 Hot 50 Countdown -Newcomer at 41
"Woke her to the high 50 at 41 is created by host. Aaron Lewis, Aaron interviews, creative professionals who have turned their imagination into their career song writers directors actors in public speakers artists and musicians full of podcasters and more. How does creativity work and how can I pay the bills off? Add number four t a paranormal checks Donna and carry they love to talk about abnormal things. They are intrigued by things-that-go-bump-in-the-night and they're real life monsters who live among us. Each episode will have one story of True Crime and one of the Paranormal variety pack at it real baby. Now don't get scared at number thirty-nine is haunted happenstance with Jenny are Cormier a truly spooky series of ghosts. She said in Boston Mass listen in and follow along a series of events that can only be explained as haunted happenstance. See see what I did there. Jenny turned back to the window by found it empty. She set up quicker still to find that her bed was not as her eyes met those of a woman maybe a decade younger than Danny and age but a century older by time without thought Denny screamed furiously and threw her hands out wildly and forcefully wage tend to push the other woman as far away as possible as her hands met the shoulders of The Unwanted figure her own fingers sparked Maddie how old out ferocious long and the woman snapped away. At number 38, what's your spaghetti policy with Alex and Jacob spaghetti should have a to-go option
Breaking the Esports Audio Sponsorship Mold w/ 100 Thieves VP of Esports and JBL's Global Director of Marketing Comms
"While the podcast. So we're going to be breaking down this deal for both perspectives. It see how the cookie crumbles really what it comes down to how these deals habit. You see all the headlights you see the products being worn by the players Orga dive into really the steps that lead up to the creation of a brand deal like this one. So starting out from the early stages which side reach out I was JBL. Making the step over to one hundred thieves or one hundred thieves reaching out to jbl. Do you guys remember? I'm pretty sure we were the ones that initiated the contact. Through an agency that we're working with at the time to help us to grab craft our approach to to exports into gaming in general. So I i. think we were the first ones to to to. To Extend the hand. Absolutely, Jacob, do you remember when those conversations started and the energy was like a as you reached out? This is a space that's really filled with a lot of partners jbl. Here's a legacy audio brad reaching out to you remember what those early conversations through like. Yeah. A excitement is always Key in figuring out these partnerships and really looking at all brandon and who reposition ourselves with. We need partnerships that we that we truly get behind an ice either about So with JBL obviously premium quality products something we feel like we represented in displays of east bolts. So while I, can't remember the. The. Stop Time. All who initiates I remember you know sort of the. The sense of feeling in the room once we came over the initial hurdle of introductions and you know that was one of excitement. Absolutely. I can only imagine the seems like a trend that's happened this year of these really log running brands enter eastward seeing that with Herman. Miller. For example, in the complexity partnership, you've got a brand that well out dates video games, much less e sports getting into the space promising. Hey, we've got this great product that's been used by all these other industries, and now we want to be involved in East Sports Michael From your perspective. Why was J B L A natural fit for East? Sports. So I I think to to answer that it was. We were looking at this more as a great fit for gaming and where we think gaming is is going in the future if you take a look at how the graphics within the game have evolved over the last fifteen or twenty years like. It has grown in leaps and bounds, and so the realism that's now. Prevalent in President Gains. Really helps to create the super immersive experience for Gamers and we felt like sound was a piece that was that was lagging in that equation. And so our whole idea was we want the gamers actually be able to hear the game in the same way that they see it. and. When we identified that as a need in space, that's when we knew it was time for us to actually enter. We didn't want to be just another brand that said, hey, gaming. It looks cool. Let's do that. We wanted to make sure that we're actually bringing something new table and and actually you know solving a need that we thought consumers gaming space might have. And that was really the whole impetus for US designed to get into gaming. Absolutely in every game knows how important audio is you mentioned how graphics approving well, sow does it prove it as well especially in the battle royale? Sowed is so important you've three hundred, sixty degree view. There's always people either above below at identified where they are and reacting to it is becoming an increasingly important part of being successful in eastport. Jacob you of a background is professional player. Could you talk about how audio matters especially at the highest levels of water video game? Yeah. Absolutely like you mentioned the. But I think The. The shooter Genre in general audio is one of the most primary importance of of of performance ride. So when we first started this conversation, it aligned sort of when we. Just picked up our counter strike team as well. both counterstrike fortnight now valor and call of duty call everything right sound. So very pivotal to to play performance. So as one of the the first conversations that I remember having was making sure that whoever we partnered with on the audio category, it would be a product that we were excited to use them that all of our. Players get behind and use on a daily basis because of how how big of an importance it has on the products on performance site So it was very reassuring. I remember Maddie from from team coming into the conversation saying listen it's got it's going to be jpl I'm really excited about this what are your concerns here because mostly on the performance side without teams and so Speaking on behalf of all of our players and going into the competitions it's important that we have You know state of the OPS. Hardware. When when we playing whether that's mountain. audio. Absolutely, you're only as good as your equipment. Well, that's a lie could be better than your equipment plenty of types, but at the highest level, those little those little differences really make a big deal. Michael
Daria Gavrilova on finding out what makes her happy
"Daria Gavrilova Dario Welcome or should I say Yeah Dasha that's about it. Thanks. Thanks for having me. I really excited to have a chat We've been in the lockdown so. As like yes. Sure. Chat. You guys probably not a lot of people to be honest right now not seeing too many people and. Also. Look at ten spicer were trying to be even Loris say. Because we are still allowed to go to training, but we're just being careful. So we create our own Babul within this bobble. There's another bubble it's just like. Crazy but that's okay. It seems like Australia's taking the quarantine current Ivar. So so so seriously because you were out of lockdown on your back in lockdown yet because our K. went up again. So they're probably GONNA keep going up for the loss while before gone back down but. Yet, wherein stage three right now is Toria somewhat every state. So even though you've been quarantined and all that I mean, have you actually stop training at all during this whole lockdown quarantine thing or have you not really been able to train as much? The first lockdown were lucky. We got all the gym equipment and. Hope back home and I just did my own workouts but I had like everything I had barbells ahead. You know all the heavy stuff. The chain I had the what black. Though I was able to train almost as normal, and we're allowed to go outside and do sessions outside and then yet. We're allowed to get back on the tennis court on a few weeks later. So that was the case and now. With tennis they restrictions noticed straight. So we're able to still come to the tennis and train. What's your thoughts though in when you will play a tournament because I know we have a scheduled tentatively starting from August onward where do you plan to go if anywhere? Well. I don't know to be on the I still have no idea I think many people due to illness. It's like the two options either starting in the in America or go straight to Europe. But I haven't decided. Let's talk about if. Everything everything still up in the air like ribs the. If it's all happening or not. So I'll just decide as light as possible. I think the one thing that I've taken from this whole quarantine whether or not the WTO starting again is just we know nothing that's all I know is that we know nothing there's nothing that's concrete. There's nothing written in stone at the moment though are. Able to come to the US like if you were to leave tomorrow for tournament, if there was a tournament, Mar, would you be able to head allows way? I'll will have to have an exemption and how hard is that to get well, we apply for an exemption to go overseas So we I think we're allowed to come see West but the de Straton government doesn't really want us to travel. So we need to have an exemption and we all applied for it and we still haven't had the answer but well, for example, arena already that shit got. An exemption, a world's intense. So quarantine what have you been up to staying sane I know not just training surely there's been a lot of new hobbies fun things to get into out of TIKTOK FU talks. I don't dance take talks 'cause I can't but I just. Make Fun of myself in posted anyway because it looks hilarious what else Well, I'm always been a bit like artsy artsy. I. I've been painting a bit I actually bought. Some real clay and been making like clay pieces and going to stadium than firing them of Maddie. Few they're all on my instagram few on the hub. And you know playing with the puppy and smashing natural lakes. You know I don raid much. But I've just that like rating Lena's book I was always intrigued on like how everything works in China how how does how does the federation work and how Cana tennis player come through and like she was the first one to come through and yeah, it's actually a real good book. It's awesome. Have your. Wedding plans taken a bit of a pause because of this whole thing. Yeah. We actually decided pretty early decided lack marsh that registered a postponed until next year
Why Shame Is A Bad Public Health Tool Especially In A Pandemic
"Believe me I get it. I'm frustrated and angry to. After all, it's been four months of this. We know the right things to do. And when you see someone wearing a mask or groups of people hanging out close together, it's easy to get mad, even if in all fairness. Once or twice. Open defiance at this Castle Rock Colorado restaurant large crowds, no social distancing, and there's some news coverage right now. That caters to this anger. You know what I'm talking about. Many Americans are out and about on this memorial day visiting newly reopened businesses seems from the unofficial kickoff to the summer showing many Americans not practicing social distancing measure. I'm telling you to wear a mask where a damn ask, but this Kinda thing anger public shaming the urge to yell at people who aren't doing the right things. That can be precisely the opposite of productive. Yeah, as the researcher I've been. Watching all this unfold through that Lens Julia Marcus is an epidemiologist and professor at the Harvard. Medical School, she said he's HIV prevention. And for scientists Julia, who work in HIV or sexual health or even substance abuse? They know that shame can be a huge barrier when it comes to public health, and in these first few months of the Cova pandemic I was watching this same pattern happen where you know, these kind of absolutist public health messages and moralistic undertones were potentially contributing to what became rampant shaming of people who were flouting public health guidelines or doing things that people felt. Felt were high risk, and when we shame people for their risky behavior in a way that distracts us from where risk is really happening, which is typically much less visible like in prisons and nursing homes and food, processing plants, and those don't inspire the same moral outrage. I think for two reasons one. They're not right in front of our faces, but also to we don't think of those as people having fun and a pandemic which I think people really upset. Matt rage, Julia says might feel good to act on in the moment, but it's not gonNA solve our biggest problems right now. I find that taking that rage home, and really screaming alone has been very helpful for me to. Do that as well or you know my rage these days first of all I would say that knows no bounds, but also. To be honest. My regions more directed at institutional failures than individual ones. To episode Julia Marcus on the role. Shame plays in public health crises. We talk masks. School reopenings in the long road ahead. I'm Maddie's defy, and this is shortwave daily science podcast from NPR. Julia Marcus has written a bunch of great pieces for the Atlantic about why. Shame is not helpful right now and how we can do things better. She's looked this when it comes to mask wearing social distancing and how we open college campuses, we talked about all those things, but the first thing to say here is that there is a fine line between public shaming and some positive forms of peer pressure. I, yeah I WANNA make a distinction here between social norms and shaming I. think social norms are very powerful and. That can be one of the best ways I think to change. Health behavior is like well. Everybody else is doing it so I'm going to do it because it's more like i. want to feel good when I go in the grocery store and I'm not gonNA. Feel great if I'm the only one not wearing a mask, so, but there's a difference between making people feel bad about their risky behavior and making people feel good about engaging and protective behaviors as a way of like becoming part of What the new social norm is Marie right? Right Okay Julius. You've written a bunch of great pieces for the Atlantic. Let's talk about your most recent one I. It's you know how to not open colleges this fall. You started out by describing an email that went out to students at Tulane University earlier this month July seventh. What what happened there? Yeah I mean I I I don't WanNa. Pick on two lane here. Becher, that was it just an example of some of the communications that were starting to see toward students who are on campus this summer and have been having some parties. And there was an email that we're not to students that really condemned stat behavior as disrespectful, indefensible, dangerous selfish, and made it very clear in bold all caps that hosting parties of more than fifteen people would result in suspension or expulsion from the university and that if students wanted the school to remain open, they needed to be personally responsible. I'm in their behavior and When a university says, we will hold you accountable for having a party, and actually there will be dire swift punishment when inevitably there is an outbreak at a party. Students are going to be terrified to disclose that they were there. And students have now said this at the University of Connecticut were interviewed and surveyed about what kind of thing is going to work for them what their concerns are about the fall. And they universally said we. We are early close to universally said we're really afraid of how infection and risky behavior are going to be stigmatized such that we outbreaks will not be able to be controlled, so there needs to be appropriate consequences for putting your community at risk, and I would never say otherwise but that needs to be balanced against the need for public health efforts to be separate from discipline. And we've already seen contact tracing start to break down outside of campuses, because people are afraid to talk about having been at event that that they know is something they should not have been doing yeah. So. You know kind of following that thread. The part of this pandemic that's been hardest for a lot of people is is social distancing in in several of your pieces you wrote about how a lot of the advice especially in the beginning was almost like an abstinence based approach like stay home. See Nobody which absolutely made sense kind of at the. The beginning, but tell me about why. That approach doesn't necessarily make sense for the long-term well asking people to abstain from all social contact indefinitely or until we've scaled up. An effective vaccine is just not going to be a sustainable public health strategy, and I think now our messaging has evolved a bit especially as there's been an accumulation of evidence around. The risk is highest like what's settings or higher risk, in which ones are lower risk, but I think we continue to still have a tendency toward absolutist messaging and I think that our goal should be to two inch. People tour to a place where they are living their lives in a way that addresses all aspects of their health, while trying to keep tr- risk of transmission low, and so one way that that could play out is encouraging outdoor activities, especially in spacious areas, opening up more outdoor space for people, and there's been a tendency to close beaches and close parks where people gather, but. But I actually think doing the opposite on could could be helpful, but the essential point is. We can't stay in our homes forever and many people couldn't stay in their homes for the last few months because they were working sure, but it's clear from other areas of public health that asking people to abstain from something that they fundamentally need or strongly desire is not an effective public health strategies, so we have to find ways of making our messaging more nuanced, that allows people to get what they need to be able to live sustainably while keeping the risk of transmission low until you there. There are examples of nuanced messaging from others accessible public health campaigns. Right I. Mean You work on HIV? Can you give me an example of that? Yeah, so we you know we don't tell people don't have sex. Because that's the best way to not get HIV, we may save the safest thing you can do to avoid HIV transmission is not have sex, but we understand that many people are going to have sex, and that it's a you know a part of a healthy life, and so here are some safer ways to have sex, both in terms of certain sexual acts in in terms. Terms of protection different ways you can protect yourself and you know becomes a more nuanced message, but it's much more sustainable for people and realistic and the long term, and it also acknowledges people's basic human needs right, and there's also this idea that talking about ways to reduce risk encourages people to take those risks, even though from a public health standpoint. We know that isn't true. So I'm wondering Julia like. Why do people hold onto this concern? Like what is this really about yeah I, mean this is definitely not new. It comes up a lot. I think especially around drug, use and sex. And I think the reason it especially comes up in those settings is that those are behaviors that we have a lot of moral judgments about particularly in this country, and there's this kind of moral outrage that happens when we think about people engaging in risky, which is often pleasurable, behavior, sex, drug use, and these days going to the beach like. it's kind of playing out in this new way now with social contact and partying and people having a good time in a pandemic, which it's actually a public health win when we find ways to support people in enjoying their lives, and and getting their basic social or sexual needs, met while remaining a safest possible, and you've made the point that we've. We've already seen this play out with the corona virus, public health officials, hesitating to give people detailed ways to protect themselves instead of avoiding risk altogether, I mean I remember. We reported early on in this pandemic when Dr Burks of the White House Coronavirus Task Force said. We don't want people to get this artificial sense of protection because they're behind a mask. This lack of consistent messaging is one of the reason that a lot of people still aren't convinced that masks are helpful, so you know. Julia, how do public health officials effectively reach? Those people yeah I mean I. Think in general we always see some resistance to any new public health intervention, condoms, and you know pre exposure prophylaxis for each V. I mean every intervention that comes out. There's resistance. There's challenges with implementation. There are moral concerns you know. This is all kind of par for the course, but I think what's new here and a bit different is not necessarily just the polarization which we do, see an Ciaran things like vaccines, but the politicization. Politicization I don't think there has been I can't think of an example where a sitting president has flouted public health recommendations and I think that that has created kind of a politicized around masks. That wouldn't have necessarily been there and so how do we overcome that? And how do we reach people I think again it comes back to hearing people's concerns, acknowledging them, and then working to overcome those barriers in our messaging and I. Think there are some good examples of that there have been a couple of great mask campaigns that have come out of California acknowledging that people dislike wearing them and acknowledging the reasons why people dislike wearing them. And I would guess that they are more effective in reaching certain populations than campaigns that that are more focused on this. Just wear ask. It's really easy kind of messaging. Yeah and don't you care about your community and don't you want to not kill people and That kind of messaging is like early days of AIDS. Messaging around condoms that I think was not as successful as the messaging that really focused on what the barriers were, and how people could overcome them. Yeah, yeah, with all this stuff that we've been talking about colleges masks. You know keeping safe distance. It's pretty tough because the stakes feel so high like this is really a nasty virus, and when we see people, you know not doing the right things, the instinct there to shame them to get mad for a lot of us at first instinct and I. I guess it's just that we need to take some patients to push past them. Yeah, I mean I, think it's really. Valid to feel angry about what's happening right now, and for people who are not necessarily taking care of themselves or their community and putting other people at risk. It's very frustrating to see, but I think especially for public health professionals. It's on us to do the work to avoid the shaming and the anger and the moralizing in our messaging. Because we've learned that that doesn't work in other areas of health and really try to take the time to craft messaging. That is going to be more effective. Julia Marcus. Checkout episode notes for a link where you can find her writing to the Atlantic. Can say the Atlantic is crushing it these days, but the magazine, not the ocean. I mean
How to Correct Misinformation, According to Science.
"Maddie Safai here today with your way. Shah a reporter from invisibility. Npr's sister pod about human behavior Heo way. Hey mattie what do you got okay so you know how wanted the big problems right now? Seems to be like all the misinformation flying around some public health officials are calling an info dimmer journalists find themselves debunking wild claim of false tweets. Right and it's like especially tricky right now because there's so much we don't know yet yet. Which makes it easier for misinformation to flourish. Unfortunately and I've been thinking about one particular drama and all this like what do you do when it's somebody you love. Who's spreading the misinformation? Right Right which is why I was so excited to come across this guy. In London named Kush not cut and his misinformation problem. It starts back in March in the form of a WHATSAPP message from his dad. Who Lives back in Kenya? Natural Remedy for coronavirus like boiling lemons and orange and black pepper. For some reason. It was just really odd and cush. He just ignores the message. Brushes it off but a few days later. His Dad sends another message about a false coronavirus remedy. In this time Kush decides to say something on the phone when they're catching up like this is nonsense at nyu saying this crap. Okay fine. I'll stop. That was easy. Well not so fast because a few days later the very same cycle happens again. Can you just stop forty me this crap? You'd be like Yep I just thought you'd find it interesting over and over. Rinse and repeat dot. There's no source. I us any three. This know he's come on Dodd. Seriously okay cool.
"maddie" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Joshes story he said didn't hold up against the physical evidence. There was no blood on the ball that George claimed. Busted matty's face while they were playing no blood in the yard and no dirt on Mary's body or clothes he pointed out that when Maddie's body was discovered beneath Josh's bed her pants and underpants been removed and that according to her sister Joshua had previously talked to matty and her sister about sex though her body showed no signs of rape. The prosecution suggested that the murder may have been sexually motivated. The trial lasted just two days on Wednesday. July eighth nineteen ninety nine after two hours to liberation. The jury returned with a verdict Joshua. Earl Patrick Phillips was guilty of first degree murder of eight-year-old Maddie Clifton. This case was open shot. Prosecutor Shore Stein said. There aren't any great explanations. This is a day of justice for Matty. She Clifton said outside the courthouse that piece of my heart that's gone is waiting on the other side waiting on the other side for us. After the verdict was handed down prosecutor. Harry shore steen revealed a detail to the press that had been ruled inadmissible in court in the half hour preceding. The Murder Josh was looking at violent pornographic websites on his computer shore. Steam believed that the photos Josh looked at prior to Matty's arrival at the house may have triggered his violence maddie's mother Sheila agreed. I believe had he not had access to the materials he had that Mattie would be sitting right now circuit judge. Charles Arnold set sentencing date August twelfth. Nineteen Ninety nine when the day came. Maddie's father addressed Josh Phillips to Joshua Phillips. We have but one thing to say. How dare you? How dare you take matty from us? For no reason. She was a beautiful gift from God to us. All and your friend and you brutally murdered her. May God rest your soul fifteen year old Joshua Earl. Patrick Phillips was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of Parole. Had he been sixteen years old he would have been eligible for the death penalty. This hearing brings a sad end to one of the most tragic proceedings of one of the most heinous crimes in our cities history prosecutor shore scene. Said everyone has suffered. Everyone has lost. Only the system of justice has prevailed judge Arnold addressed Josh. I do not perceive you to be a child. Your monstrous act in causing the death of Maddie Clifton made you an adult. I'm certain that on Judgment Day. You Joshua Earl Phillips will be given a far harsher sentence than I can impose then quoting Christ's words from Luke Seventeen. Arnold said it would be better if a millstone were hung around your neck and that you were thrown into the sea than to cause harm to a child. Josh and his family said nothing and left the courtroom later when asked by forty eight hours why he thought this happened. Josh replied. I don't know I don't think I have the answer. Maybe I should get some kind of counseling or something to find out. What's wrong with me? When asked what he would say to Matty's parents if he had the chance. Josh said I'd Beg for forgiveness that's all I could say. There's nothing else I could say. I guess I'd Say I'm sorry. But that wouldn't be enough ten years after the murder in two thousand eight twenty four year old. Josh Phillips was interviewed by the Florida Times Union in two thousand twelve after a series of failed peels led by his mother the. Us Supreme Court ruled that sentencing juveniles to mandatory life in prison. Without parole is unconstitutional. We have to start recognizing that children are not just short. Adults said Florida Senator Steven Geller. What happens if an eight-year-old shoots somebody do put them in prison for the rest of their life under current Florida law you can. I'm sorry I think that's wrong. In September of Twenty Sixteen Joshua Phillips was granted a new sentencing hearing as a result of retroactive application of the Supreme Court's ruling which declared his sentence mandatory life in prison without parole unconstitutional as a juvenile offender at his resentencing. Hearing Maddie's mother Sheila spoke. We were raising our girls in a Christian home where we prayed every day. What we didn't know was that the devil himself had moved in right across the street. The same devil that picked up his flashlight and proceeded to look for her knowing good and well where she was the whole time. The defendant now wants a second chance to live a second life. What does Mattie get to appeal her death sentence to should he ever be released from prison? I pray that I will no longer be on this earth in November of two thousand seventeen judge what L. Wallace resentenced thirty-three-year-old Joshua Phillips to life in prison. It is appropriate to impose a life sentence in a case that's a truly unusual case irredeemable depravity or the worst of the worst or circumstances that are truly unique and different from the ordinary wallace. Said I believe this is one of the most rare and unusual crimes that warrants life in prison the actions of the defendant in this case reflect characteristics not generally found in criminal behavior types of juveniles he targeted a helpless victim and carefully planned his actions toward her. He's actions inflicting injuries causing death particularly in silencing Maddie Clifton by repeated stabbings after he had dismissed her as dead as well as his cold and callous demeanor in hiding her decomposing body represent a level of depravity that cannot be explained or attributed to immaturity impetuosity or recklessness or headless risk. Taking the crime committed by the defendant is indeed the uncommon case that qualifies for life sentence on December seventeenth nineteen. This sentence of life in prison was upheld by floridas. First District Court of Appeal. Joshua Phillips is currently serving his sentence in the Cross City Correctional Institution. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute..
"maddie" Discussed on Murder Minute
"In an attempt to silence her. Josh Hid Matt in the head with his baseball bat then he pulled out his pocket. Knife stabbed her twice in the throat and stuffed her under the base of his waterbed when his father returned home. Josh behaved normally but then returned to his bedroom when he heard Mattie mony when he discovered that Mattie was still alive. He removed the mattress and stabbed her eleven. More Times Joshua Earl. Patrick Phillips was arrested for the murder of eight-year-old Maddie Clifton four days after Joshua's arrest Maddie Clifton was buried as the Clifton mourned for their daughter. Josh's parents tried to understand what could have made their fourteen year old son commit such a heinous and violent act to everyone who knew him. Josh seemed like a completely normal kid. I don't know the monster and Weena Harris one of Josh's teachers told CBS. I knew the silly little boy in my class. He was funny. She said he made the other kids laugh for nearly nine months. The teenager sat in an isolation cell at a pretrial detention facility. Awaiting his trial he would be tried as an adult for first degree murder. His parents were permitted to visit for two hours on Thursdays and half an hour on Sundays. Speaking to their son through a phone in the early nineties many states including Florida changed their laws. Making it easier to try juveniles as adults putting the emphasis on punishment rather than rehabilitation to put any fourteen year old. Not only mine but any fourteen year old in prison for the rest of their lives. Josh's father Steve Phillips said. That's just ludicrous. The media made it virtually impossible for Josh to get a fair trial anywhere in this state. Missy Phillips said the lines of cars driving up and down this little road people getting out and taking pictures. The damage done to our home into our vehicles. Tires were slashed tail lights broken. The house was Egged dead animals minus their heads were tossed on our front walk. Our mail was stolen arms afraid to be in my house in equally terrified to leave it. I watched my dog carefully. While he was out in the yard frightened that someone might try to poison him because he was that monsters pet. Tom bowery a psychologist was hired by Josh's attorney to evaluate him. This is not what I would have seen as the typical kind of sociopathic wanting to kill wanting to maim deriving pleasure from the pain of others. Kind of kid he said. I don't think that's true at all. A second expert hired by Josh's attorneys a neurologist. Found that Josh had bilateral frontal lobe lesions. Which can impair judgement cause panic and impair a person's ability to comprehend the consequences of their actions. But the judge wouldn't allow this evidence to be presented in court in July of nineteen ninety nine. Josh trial began. The evidence against him was overwhelming. The baseball bat the pocket knife Joshua's own confession in a move that shocked many Josh's lawyer Richard Nichols called no witnesses. Instead the entire defense was a closing argument. Joshes attorney argued that the murder wasn't premeditated and pleaded with jurors to convict the teenager of manslaughter. We're not here to be some form of vengeance. He said we're not here to act. As a bunch of well-dressed vigilantes autopsy showed that manny had been beaten over the head stabbed twice in the neck and at least nine times in the chest. The evidence shows us. There was an accident that deteriorated into panic and then.
"maddie" Discussed on Murder Minute
"At around six PM. The Sun had set and her mother Sheila called Mattie and her sister. Jessie back in for dinner. Jessie came back but matty did. Not Jesse told her mother that she hadn't been with her younger sister and didn't know where she was. It wasn't long before Sheila Clifton called nine one one to report Mattie missing it was like she shut the door and just poof vanished off the face of the earth. Her Father Steve told. Cbs The Clintons and their neighbors grabbed their flashlights and searched for matty late into the night among them were Steve and Missy Phillips and their son Josh over the next several days four hundred strong search parties of local volunteers searched for the little girl. Flyers were distributed throughout Jacksonville and Maddie Clifton. Face was soon plastered across every television. Even America's most wanted offered to broadcast her story. A reward was offered fifty thousand dollars soon. It doubled but there was still no sign of Mattie. Investigators knew that Mattie had most likely been abducted by someone she knew someone nearby as they looked into the neighbors one of them stood out a man who had been arrested over a decade earlier for multiple sexual assault cases but had been released when the charges were dropped. The suspect failed a lie detector. Test when questioned about Maddie's disappearance but succeeded in providing an alibi then on the seventh day the search for Maddie Clifton abruptly ended on the morning of November nineteen ninety eight across the street from the Clifton home missy Phillips went into her son Josh's room to tidy up that morning I decided to get a head start on helping my fourteen year old son. Joshua to clean his room. Mrs Phillips later wrote his father and I had both been nagging him for weeks. Josh and his father left the house just after seven. Am that morning. And I had a few hours until I had to report to my job. I walked into my son's room and shook my head at the mess as I pondered where to begin. I noticed a wet spot on the floor at the corner of Josh's soft sided waterbed and groaned. Don't tell me. The bed is leaking. I touched the corner of the mattress. And it was soaked. I decided to investigate the cause of the leak rather than tackle the cleaning as I lifted the corner of the mattress. I A white sock and figured it was one of Josh's so started to pull on it but it wouldn't budge about that time. I noticed black electrical tape holding the black frame of the pedestal together and surmised. The bed must have been leaking for quite some time and apparently Josh had attempted to hold it together with the tape so that he wouldn't get in trouble. The tape freely pulled away from the pedestal. In the woods gave way just enough that I could at least see the sock better. I grabbed it and this time felt something else as I pulled the pedestal slightly away. The stock fell down and I felt something cold. It could not be what I thought it was yet. Somehow I knew exactly what I had found the missing little girl from across the street. I was in shock and my first thought was to call my husband at work to be with me but he wasn't. That is desk yet and I could only leave a frantic message on his voice mail to call me immediately. An emergency a paced the floor clutching the phone to my chest. Willing it to ring but it didn't. The police had been in our neighborhood for a week. All I had to do was walk out my front door and get an officer to come back with me. It seemed surreal walking out my front door. What was I doing? I was about to implicate my own son in this horrifying discovery. As I walked down my driveway. I glanced over at Clifton House and realized right then at that very moment they still had hope but in a few moments they would know. Their little girl was never coming home again across the street. The Clifton soon noticed police putting up crime scene tape around the Phillips House. Josh was in his geography class at school when he was called to the Office met by two detectives and taken into custody. Mr and Mrs Phillips. Their fourteen year old son at the police station.
"maddie" Discussed on Murder Minute
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"maddie" Discussed on Velvet's Edge
"Your podcasts when in nineteen sixty one on the side of a dark highway betty and Barney Hill caught lights in the sky. Two years later the underwent hypnosis to try and recall what happened some took it as fact others thought it was a fantasy but what really happened. That September night in rural New Hampshire. Join me toby ball for the inaugural season of stranger rivals. A CO production of iheartradio in grim. Mild from Aaron. Mckie listened to strange arrivals on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. This is Kelly Henderson and you are listening to a new series on the velvets edge. Podcast called at home on the during this corona virus pandemic. I have found that some days I just feel really isolated and alone both physically and emotionally and what helped me the most is talking to other people around me and realizing just how much everyone is feeling the exact same things. There's no one that isn't affected by what's going on in some way shape or form in Nashville. One of the biggest hits we've taken as within the entertainment industry as none of our musical events. Or touring can even take place. This puts so many people out of work and also puts these traveling folks or right where we all are at home since they are all off the road. I thought it would be a good time to catch them for a quick chat and see how they are handling all of this craziness how they're staying positive and what they are doing to keep their dreams alive. It was no surprise to me but a lot of what they are feeling is what I'm feeling and I'm sure what a lot of you guys listening are feeling as well. We are all in this together and I hope that these conversations help you guys feel that and maybe even give you some ideas of things to pass the time into stay positive. Here's my first conversation with the cutest country. Do out there. Maddie and Tae. They told me how this has shifted their album release. What isolation has done in their relationships? And what is helping them to survive? Here's our conversation Mattie and say hi. I'm so glad to have you guys here today. I know you guys have this album coming out on April.
"maddie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"I think in this going to talk about this a lot. You see people in a really really interesting evolved way and you examine them and sometimes judge them and it's because you judge yourself so harshly and it might take one thing away it would be to not judge yourself so harshly because you're really fucking awesome like my favorite person in the world but you you judge yourself so harshly and also intern judge other people. Pretty harshly. I know you're working on that so much. And I'm so proud of you and you really you want to Alleviate yourself of this and that that is really cool. I think that's the hardest thing about growing up is like I'm saying to someone the other day and then I promise. Oh shot up. There's like there's like Awaren- There's awareness and there is willingness and like a river half runneth through them from the banks of awareness to the banks of willingness. So funny there is a journey like you have to build the bridge across that river. And it's like a painful bridge right like because you can have all the self awareness in the world like. I know I do that thing. That self destructive. I know I've got this issue. I know I've got that thing but the willingness to do something about it or to change your behavior or to adjust is like a whole other ball of wax so I think they're very separate and I think what stops people is going across from like one to the other. It's really interesting. I like that. I live for a fucking metaphor kids. I have gotten that from this live for later. We got it all so before we leave. What are you guys working on now? I have all these movies that I've written that I'm training made so it's just like log. Is there one in particular that you're just like one day? This shit's going to get done. I think all of them have are going to have their journey but I did it. I did adapt that. I'm supposed to direct a New York Times bestseller. Young adult novel called Crank. That was like huge when I was in high school That is a lot about addiction. And I've had a really interesting journey with that growing up around it and so I feel like I've got a really a glance on it that I think is cool and interesting so that book is like really beloved so I feel like if I can get that one off the ground. I think people will be excited about it. Oh fine good and you have a movie called Buffalo. It's a movie that I produced. Did you shoot it in Buffalo? Now I shot in Toronto but I bought all the outfits from stores in Buffalo and Very proud of it. I love it. It's super wacky and wild and high octane and And I sweat a lot while shooting it because I was wearing polyester suits. And that's what is it about watchdog. Line House up for a pitch. It's about a girl who grows up in Buffalo New York which is one of the main jobs in buffalo or they're all debt collectors and she was tortured and destroyed by debt collectors growing up so she became obsessed with money and heavily side hustles and as a result one of them goes off the rails. She goes to jail. Gets out the only job she can get as as as a debt collector so she becomes the thing that destroyed her entire exists. But she's like brash super like no bones about it comedy which I think is fun because I think sometimes people are too afraid to be like. It's a comedy Larry WanNa be like cynical sardonic about it and I just feel like. It's like out there funny. Well thank you for having a have. You guys are the best sibling. Revelry is executive bruce by Kate Hudson Oliver Hudson and SIM sarnoff supervising producer. Is Allison President? Editor is Josh Windisch Music by Mark Hudson Aka uncle..
"maddie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Now. Don't you think there's an anxiety behind it? There's an executive behind everything in my everything I I am. I am one hundred percent walking talking to lead to a rack with anxiety. Why I want to know how each one of them bragging about one hundred four inches I came out of the womb with this thing called fainting baby disorder or read about this with you. I would hold my breath and make myself pass out so scared. I felt anxious uncomfortable. And how traumatizing for my mother. But I was. I had the same thing but the opposite I would throw temper tantrums so we had different outlets. I genuinely do think that not just because it sounds like something I should say but because I genuinely feel this way and always have that my anxiety has always been my greatest motivator and the thing that has pushed me to have a an extremely dedicated work ethic and and very ambitious from the GECKO. 'cause I was just so I had so like I would get out of bed and look I gotta government do. No one's pushing your pressuring near any of the things that you know. It was one hundred percent me to go. Full steam ahead crazy because my anxiety was the exact opposite. My anxiety was detrimental to my forward movement. I fucked me up. I mean it still does when I get anxious I just I get in die. Get Super Super Tight. Only recently things.
"maddie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Sakarov DOT COM SLASH SIP the Rockies Ali. You speak to chorus late. It's my beer. If Oliver Hudson had a flag or a flower food. Talk About Yourself. And the third all Hudson's beer would be cores light. This is where I grew up. I lived in Colorado a lot. I went to school in Colorado. I drank coors light in Colorado in Colorado. Drink cars light in Colorado for sure I had three coors light yesterday. Actually you did. Yeah three I have three on the beach on the beach and I like the Blue Mountains. I know it seems crazy but I actually like looking at the mountains. Turn Blue and knowing that my beer is freezing. Koi. Is that what they do right so that. So the mountains literally. So let's talk about what it's a three step cold process right. It's cold logger. Filtered and cold packaged so it's literally made to chill and their whole thing is like if you wanna chill you drink this. Yeah shelled. We are that as chilliest usually chilly chilly with cores life. It's like Quad Colorado. Oh my God chilly with a chilly on the sites totally and then you're listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers Colorado Colorado Colorado Ninety sitting. Here I feel like I've been there right in an aluminum bucket of ice cores. Light in there eating Chili looking at the Russian amount. God you know what you just reminded me of going to the hot springs cracking. Open the core. Let me just remind me of going to the hot springs have you. Did you remember ever going on? It's like a big tub of. Oh yeah there's more of a cooler shortly and the whole idea is to create the commercial for your real life and then you're sitting around with your friends which time just drink it. Just take it from the drink it but I will say this you must celebrate responsibly. Absolutely it's imperative the course brewing company Golden Colorado. If you girls word siblings therapy what would be the issues. You would tackle.
"maddie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Not Rainbows comes everywhere. Rainbows is not small. Oh my that is so funny you know I have to say. I don't have one blanket but I am. I do blame. Bring my blanket and a pillow like I do. Bring my home with me. Yeah what about Dad because DAD director and that's a year of Your Life. Pretty much from start to finish is such a different time when we were growing up. Like if you worked for the studios and you had a bomb. You didn't work for five years. After was not like it is now so he would be fully absorbed in it. Yeah and then it got God forbid like it didn't do well then he would be home for a why y'all so like she kinda go work but that movie jail thing where. I was way more real than it is now. Okay so now. When do you think you guys both got the bug? I mean Maddie. Let's start with you because you you have multiple things that you are involved in like you ask you sing or do you write music both and you. I mean so you're kind of she cooks she designed. Yeah you're kind of you've got your you know you've got your hands in a lot of different areas a lot a hat though you gonNA say though we. The only thing she didn't do was act. Which is why I did it when she went off to college so she goes off to college to sing and act. Because that's all I can do because that's the one thing she doesn't do and then she comes back from college and starts acting too. So when did you start getting or have the acting bug? So we I feel like my whole life. I think I similarly came out of the womb. Lightbulb man like I was literally like we visited a one time a set that my dad was called the replacements and I felt great and I was like I begged the costume designer to me cheerleading outfit. 'cause I was like maybe I have the costume. I could just sort of end up in the trunk of a little kid is like a cheerleader. With the like I was just so I so wanted to do it. I was I just loved performing. I loved entertaining. I loved a making people. Laugh was the best. I'm so grateful that my father made me feel like my import like it was never. I specifically my dad like I would. I mean I think also there's bad things to this but when I when I would make him laugh I felt like the most interesting special person the world rather than leasing my value in my looks which I think is so often a thing if you are a pretty young girl like that was never my. I never felt like that was where my value was was played. I don't know if that's a bit of a tangent but anyway I would make people laugh and I would be so like it would make me so happy and then I would make people cry and I'm like Oh this is also very powerful. Scorpio Shit but Yeah I don't know that there's nothing better than making your family laugh. Making people laugh is like my number one goal in life. I loved so much excel as well as making kate laugh. Is like one of the great joys of my life it really really is. I know what you mean about going and getting the costume designer to make you an outfit like when my mom was shooting wildcats she had a daughter and that was a little bit older than me. Brandy Brandy and I was like I was standing anytime I was there. I'll just sit in front of the camera. I just needed to be in it. I watch him everything. I observed everything might limit echina- makeup trailer. My first steps were onset like everything. I grew up on a set. It's where I feel cosies where I feel at home. It's what I love but to the point of dressing the part. I only wanted to do things that I was bad because I'm bad at everything like tennis. If I could dress like a tennis player if I could play the part of tennis player if I could like exist in that world and assume that life of the tennis player or later lose show up with like you know the headband. And the army outfit. Yes Oh no. I couldn't do it but it's genetic I don't care what anyone says like our all of our grandparents worked in the arts like our grandfather gave buddy holly's first music publishing contract or grandma started frank. Sinatra's fan club and went on the road with him when she was thirteen are other grandma was the first female disc jockey in America. It's psychotic like ever. I'm I really believe that it's genetic this stuff gets passed down and I think you have an inclination so I I always find it weird when people think that it's one hundred percent a choice to then go work in the entertainment business like it's for me. It really feels like it's just sort of part of you. I don't know I do think that there's validity to what you're saying people always ask you know. What would you do if you weren't a a performer? Or an actor or I would I have no answer like there's no party ever wanted to be a veterinarian or like a lawyer or a doctor so much school for all those fucking kind of like you're you are. You're.
"maddie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Sake gymnasts showing up going. No one knew I was just Maddie's sister and Mattie was a champion horseback rider like potentially like is she going to train for the Olympics are not traveling the world singing like an accomplished jazz singer like an amazing amazing talent and an athlete an person super engaging and interesting and interested in like good everything and I have no complex about it at all. It's all good and I'm not crazy about IT I. I'm literally bad at everything. I'm one of those people who like is literally bad at everything I I had to act. What else does one do act? Like I'm GonNa Shit but I'm really really bad at all of it. So that's sort of the. Zoe is really brilliant person. But all of that is probably no you are thing. Thanks oh thanks. I could list the way but I think probably all of that. And being younger sibling the impetus for why you have may be found success success at a very young age how old I would be willing to guess twenty five. Yeah but when were you guys tight from the beginning like when you're old enough to understand each other's presence like five and three years six? We thought we fought a lot. I there's like the story. Goes that like Zoe came home from the hospital and was there for a week and I was so excited. She was there and I was with her every day. Like hang out with her and then after a week I went over to my mom and said okay. When's the baby going home? I don't obviously remember that. I was really little but still waiting for the baby to go home but no we fought a lot and then I think we we stop my understanding of it as we were able to get a lot closer when I left home and went to college New York because I think it was the first time for Zoe that she was able to have both of my parents focus like completely on her and I. I think that was good for us. I don't remember US getting close until after I left for college pretty much how Oliver and I were. We were later though. We were close. Yeah but we weren't like I mean we fought all the time and it was like you know we. I think connected differently when he went to college. I think than after college though is when we got closer but we've never been closer than right now. I feel a real relationship. I mean we live next door to each other and Pretty much the most codependent person in the world and I also really like you and I value your your opinion and your mind and your your stuff like we're closed up. Though even in the inner teen years you guys weren't even close teens. Were the worst. Three and a half years for girls is crazy. Normally worth such. We're human beings and got two different with boys because I say that twelve. I've I've twelve nine and six. Two boys are the oldest and they are homeys their best friends. They love each other so much. So maybe it's the girl. What is your age difference? Two and a half two and three quarters. Yeah what did you not like about her? I say three. Don't back in the day like were. You saw your younger sister. And you're like God. Was it just like typical annoyance staff. Let me just I say this. I was incredibly arrogant kid like I was. I had an overabundance of confidence that then being in my twenties has been a nice long slide into humility for all intents and purposes. I was confident I felt loved. I was a pretty successful kids so what that does is then when you become an adult like. Oh fuck you know what I mean like being. You don't WanNa do well. In highschool it means after high school. You're in trouble so like here that here that if you're struggling no backup up now. I think I was like arrogant and so I didn't make a ton of I don't think I made a lot of space. Like I was very focused on whatever. My world was super close with my friends and whatever I was doing I think I and I'm sure this is my full. Zoe was really loud and wanted a lot of attention. And that I'm sure I'm sure shocked here but you WanNa know something about me. Being loud mom got my hearing check. She's like something's wrong. Something's up the doctor. Who was like Leah? I need you to sit down. She was like what's up. What's the matter your daughter? Zoe has supersonic hearing. She has the greatest hearing we've ever seen meaning. She just has an attention problem. Like oh but I think it was a result of me not really making spy. I didn't make a lot of space for you in my life. So of course you were going to talk louder to be the loudest variety. Get attention so that you were like me space for me. Make Space I think is like sort of what I still struggling with that. I get chronic laryngitis. Which there's nothing wrong with my with this like I've done so many and it's obviously psychosomatic. It's obviously like I still don't feel heard which is wild because I am and I. It's like it's kind of trying to unpack it. The older I get and it's like even right now. I'm losing my voice like I don't know what is happening. It's Super Super Weird. Why do you feel like you've been heard? I mean. Starting even at a younger age just earliest memory? Earliest memory is driving down Ventura Boulevard. The car wash with the hand and my sister and my sister and my dad reporting at a billboard and laughing at it and I was overcome with shame because I couldn't read yet this little. It was a baby. Couldn't read so. I just laughed with them and pretended like I understood what was going on. Like I just want to understand and fit in and feel like I was a part of feeling like In our data on the outside But yeah I mean that's I wonder why that is. I'm wondering where that comes from from hunger siblings Chinese younger. Tell us about your dad. I could tell you a little bit but it's hear about it from you guys start with that. I I still WanNa know what you didn't like about me. Though you know you talk about how he you have a better grasp understanding of explaining are I will. Our parents are both really amazing artists. They are two opposite. Sides of the spectrum are dad how he's a director but he's like you're very self aware neurotic Jew from your total mench total manch and then her mom is like I rish really humble beginnings like mid Western completely brilliant but like wants everybody to be happy like. Please be happy please. Everybody okay on the other side so I think the culture of our home growing up was very much like the sort of self awareness and expression on her dad's side of like let's talk about. Let's get in there. And then on my mom's side while she was very expressive it was a lot of like. Put your head down move forward. Don't get bogged down by the details. Keep going Are both of our parents? Grew up in the arts but our died. He grew up comfortable whereas our mom also came from a really artistic background but grew up with very little and not a lot of money And so I think our moms biggest fear for us as children was that we would lose all perspective and just be totally entitled and spoiled. And I'm sure we are both entitled unspoiled in some ways but she was super strong in the house was like I will not raise spoiled kids really like she just didn't want the worst of the worst. I think she knew no matter what. We grew up in privilege with really advantageous situations. We had great educations all that stuff but she was really intense with us about never letting us ever speak in a rude way to somebody. Your get out of hand like choosing tents. She was very one of the things that I think is super cool about. Our mom is that she was so delicate in not squashing or spirits while also like I think being be making sure we were disciplined. I think I don't know if I don't know what that's like. As parents not to balance well said because honestly. That's what that's what I try to do. Because I think you need firm you need to be there need di discipline and I. I'm like that as well. I mean my number one thing is be good. Kids be polite. Look people in the eyes dishes with your bad but at the same time there is. There's a walking that fine line of not squashing that spirit. Not Not. You know. 'cause sometimes unruliness is not a bad thing you know in my eyes you know and I know I was a in. Just a total contrarian as a little kid. I wanted to say not everything and she kind of recognize that it wasn't that I was just being a dick was that I was seeking connection and challenged. I wanted like to actually have a conversation with adult and I quickly learned that if I said no to them than they would have to explain so she like saw that nurtured it and and was. She's such an amazing mother. My Dad too good got no. He's a great debt but my mom she really is like such an amazing amazing mother. I don't know I have no idea how you guys were kids. Was your mom working a lot or was she more. Focus on the kids. One thing they did do that. I thought was great. Is they would work one on one off. They would try to knock both work at the same time right so that at least one person was in la and they would also always include us so we would always go to set and They also my This must be so hard when you're a mom but are my mom at least the way that I remember it and my feelings are around as she never acted guilty for working like. I'm so sorry Mommy's leaving. She didn't do that. She would be like hard work as good. Hard work made money hard work. Means you guys get to keep going to the school. You're going to you know and so it was like we had positive association. That's my experience of it. I don't know if it's yours no I I I definitely feel the same. It sounds like since they didn't work at the same time that they were very aware that when they were hands on they were so hands on that when they had to go to work. They were quite happy going going to work that they were. They knew what the balance they gave us. Other things that helped stabilize us to like we had literally the same nanny are in Thai. Your lives so we had somebody in that. That was really stable. I remember my mom also as an adult. She told me that she had asked other actresses and other people who worked in film. Like what do you do with your kids? And one thing they said was give them a baby blanket so they can take the blanket with them when you're on location and so they always have something that feels like home for them. So if you're like moving around it's going now that I'm single for the first time in my life when I bring a baby blanket over to. Yeah we have to thank so I like it comes looking for that stability literally..
"maddie" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"maddie" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Mm no mm man no no yes the new then as soon his says woo these we have an luring mom those miss maddie when his nazis lorde the lorde night and day in the nine this grundel then lorde.