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Fresh update on "maggie" discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"To, uh, cut you off. Also next hour. We're gonna be bringing you some sound bites. Oh, they're delicious. You may want to take a break and come back really quick. So you tell, um l a Tampa w x TV HD to Clearwater with you 265 c t man that point telling you to 33 80 Gulf port with you, 290 B J West Tampa. Reid Shepherd, Our top story at one o'clock As Florida passes the one million mark and confirmed coronavirus cases, local officials are urging people to double down on precautions. At the same time, Pinellas County is expanding testing options with the Ruth Eckerd Hall site now doing drive through testing five days a week. L spokesperson Maggie Hall tells news Channel eight. They had to respond to an increase in requests for testing. Definitely There's an increased definitely the message that we're trying to get out there is do the same. Three things must be doing, which is mask up, distance up and wash up. Paul says. People need to be careful about holiday gatherings this year. Well, no question. We're getting closer to a vaccine for the virus. And while hospitals like Tampa general and advance health or getting freezers ready to store shipments Officials caution that it will be a while before anything is available to the general public. First in line will be health care workers, first responders and long term care residents. Dr. Doug Ross is the chief medical officer at Advantage. Elf Town. We've been working on a list of both physicians providers advanced.
Mitchell Trubisky Likely to Start For the Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers on Sunday
"Not practice today. He has a hip injury made sure Boesky got the full workload in practice. He's a shoulder injury, according to NFL update. Matt Maggie will continue to monitor their health before naming a starter for Sunday night. You know what the Sunday Night football game is this week Trace its bears and packers. Gross. Go rose. If the Packers lose this one on M o r alert, it was last week to the Colts. All right, You're kind of beat yourself with all the turnovers. If you lose to the Bears. That's a big time. Problem could Sunday be a redemption night for one Mitchell? True biscuit. Now, regardless of the health, I was advocating that the bear should go back to true biscuit because I've seen enough of fools. Full stinks. Now? Yes, he stole a Super Bowl M v p, still Super Bowl champion. He's still a pro ball. I'm VP, but the guy stinks right now. He is not a good quarterback. He's never been a good quarterback for a long period of time. So you went to fools thinking he would not turn over the football constantly would be that veteran savvy presence and do enough to just keep the ship from capsizing with the bears. The Bears were at 1.5 and one One false took over the team. They did not have a single loss. Now they're sitting at five and five. So there is one report. I don't know how credible this report is. It's from Daniel Greenberg and his Twitter page says it's called shy sport updates and it says the official place for all the latest Chicago sports News. And this guy worked for Wrigley Sports. Fan sided and Chicago under school wolves. Has 21,000 followers this account. They've sent out a tweet breaking This is three hours ago. Chicago Bears QB Mitch, Your biscuit will start Sunday night against the Green Bay Packers purse source. So I think they should start your whiskey. And can you imagine Sunday Night football on NBC? Don't Dunton and on Dun Dun and I don't know. Downtown Toronto, Anton to Toronto. If Mitch, you're Boesky has the revenge game here. And has the I'm back kind of tour. And the Chicago Bears end up winning that game. Put it at a 6% chance I give thee There's a 6% chance of winning that game. I don't care how good
The Molly Bish Case
"Molly bish was born on august. Second nineteen eighty three to parents. John bish senior a probation officer and magi bish an elementary school teacher in her early childhood. Molly her parents and her siblings. Heather and john junior lived in detroit michigan but when a young woman was abducted in their neighborhood while walking home from work and was later found murdered. They decided to move the bish family left detroit and moved to warn massachusetts a small community which they thought would be a much safer place to raise children in the summer of two thousand molly. Bish was a bright and well liked sixteen year old honor student and accomplished athlete and she was about to start her first job. Molly began work as a lifeguard at commons pond. A local man made swimming area surrounded by a forest. Her older brother john junior had been a lifeguard there and molly took over his position on the morning of june twenty seventh two thousand at nine. Am molly woke too bad news. One of her soccer team mates had been hit by a car while biking to work and was in critical condition. Molly was worried and upset but she had only been on the job for eight days and it was the first day of swim lessons at the pond. Somali decided that she go to work. Molly and her mother maggie headed out to commons pond. At nine fifty. Am they stopped by convenience store to pick up some water bottles their next stop. Was the police station where they picked up the required two way radio. This was necessary as there were no telephones at commons pond. The radio was the only way for the lifeguards to contact police or emergency assistance. If someone needed help just before ten. Am they arrived at the pond. Molly told her mother that she loved her left the car and made her way to her lifeguard post. Just before the first swimmers of the day arrived as the first people started to arrive at the pond. A mother noticed that there was no lifeguard on duty. When she approached mali's station she found her backpack a towel draped on the chair her whistle her sandals and the first aid kit which was open assuming that molly had wandered off with her friends and with swimming lessons having started. The mother sat in the lifeguards. Chair and assumed mali's duties for the rest of the lesson. She then informed the parks. Commissioner and mali's boss and that there was no lifeguard on duty at eleven forty four. Am when molly hadn't returned. Ed coke police. It had been just three hours since she dropped off her daughter at work. When molly's mother maggie received the phone call. She then called molly's sister heather and they rushed to the police station at first. The warren police department didn't take the incident seriously believing that the teenager had ditched work to hang out with her friends. They thought that molly was probably just upset about her teammate. Being hurt maggie and heather visited the hospital to see if molly had gone to visit her friend. But she hadn't been there. They then went to her boyfriend's house but he hadn't heard from her so maggie. Heather and molly's boyfriend went to commons pond. There were no signs of struggle at the scene. But molly's family knew that she would not have just wandered off and abandoned her post and all of her belongings.
California adopts stricter workplace coronavirus safety rules
"Million workers here are going to be covered by the new mandate, which would include specific requirements for masks and physical distancing and reporting of outbreaks, all measures that aren't legally required at the federal level, but as marketplaces, making McCarty Carino reports That might change. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration usually set specific, enforceable rules for dealing with workplace dangers like hazardous chemicals and blood borne diseases. But not for covert 19. There was no guidance anywhere really for people. Maggie Robbins is a safety advocate with the nonprofit work Safe, which collaborated with California regulators on their new emergency rules. No way we can control the broader circulation of Kobe it If we keep having outbreaks at workplaces, California regulators will have new tools to enforce mask wearing and physical distancing, and employers will be required to investigate report and test for potential outbreaks. But Robert Moo tree with the California Chamber of Commerce says that could unfairly burden employers as community spread surges. You may have no role in those cases of hearing your workplace, but you will be put under outbreak protocols here. Large workplace outbreaks have been documented at meat packing plants, garment factories and among farm workers across the country. And incidents of workplace infections or growing. That's why the federal government needs to follow the lead of states like California, says Rebecca Randall, with the A F L C E O. The virus doesn't know boundaries in any national leadership to set those plans. The Labor group will be making recommendations to the Biden transition team for who should lead OSHA, the president elect has said, and acting national workplace safety rules is a high priority. Making McCarty Carino for marketplace.
Chicago Loop Alliance Releases ‘Holidays In The Loop’ List Highlighting Festive Activities For 2020
"The Chicago Loop Alliance has released holidays in the loop there trying to find some things that are available for people to get out and do to enjoy. The holiday season and joining us now is counted. The Stasi. She is with the Chicago Loop Alliance. Thank you so much for joining us here on Chicago's afternoon news. Thanks for not Merrick. So, Chiana, Like I said, everything is different. But there are still some things that you guys in partnership with a lot of other organizations are trying To do here, Tomo Little cheer to this holiday season. Some of the big things. One of the biggest things that I just heard about was the Joffrey Ballet with the art on the mark. They were putting The Nutcracker how holiday staple up on the mark for people to enjoy, but that's just one of many things that are available. Yes, definitely. So what we've done is we've put together on holidays and guide so we're picking. We're curating the best of holiday activities throughout Chicago, and this is really able to fit everyone needs in terms of what people are looking for the holidays. Even some people are looking for virtual events at safety is at the top of everyone's list. But there's also The ability for some folks to be outside and safely social, socially distance. So there's some of those activities and everything else you can imagine. Where each where the shop what's available outside so that as you mentioned are on the March is a big one. This is gonna really exciting new things that art for art on the mark. This year they're doing Joffrey Ballet. Chocolates and a nutcracker is displayed giant beautiful protection such as open on Thursday. It's going to be every evening seven and 7 30 from now until December. 31st. So that's outdoors, socially distance. Ah, lovely activity. I can't wait to do it. It's top of my list. I totally agree. Some other outdoor activities that people should know There's still happening. Still exciting things happening in the Chicago loop Me to State Street holiday when those are up Now you can go outside and showdown. Stroll down State Street, Maybe with a cup of hot chocolate. The city of Chicago 107 Christmas tree was going to be up November 20th through January, 7th. They're still ice skating in the loop at Maggie Daley Park on the skating ribbon. Now the traditional ice cream get part girl won't be open this year, but you can do the Magi Park scooting ribbon but by a reservation On. Then there's also how art institute Chicago just announced that they're gonna have the holiday filling rooms decorated in one of their events for the next little miniature rooms that you can see he's kind of decorated all with Christmas. Decorations. Absolutely lovely adoption sort of all over.
President Trump Continues To Deny Election Results And President-Elect Biden Plans for His Presidency
"Briefing on monocle. Twenty four and welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me. Andrew miller the white house continues to echo with the post-election tantrum of us president donald trump who spent the weekend insisting series of the kind of all capital tweets which always indicate an ordered mind at work that november thirds election was rigged which wasn't and he won which he didn't president elect joe biden however seems to have decided that he has greater priorities than worrying about any further legal challenges. Launched by rudy giuliani from garden center. Parking lots and is focusing on plans for reviving a hopefully imminently post pandemic economy on joined by suzanne lynch washington correspondent for the irish times season. Welcome as always to the briefing. We'll look at joe biden's plans shortly but first of all is donald trump's wining actually gaining any traction. Is anybody taking him seriously. And i was there at the march on saturday now wasn't a million maga- march of as he'd predicted but there were tens of thousands of americans. They're waving flags and singing hymns in some cases holding signs saying the steel and alleging that the election has been stolen so he is getting a lot of traction from supporters and on conservative media gems. Here with on fox news for example bush. Look the facts are. The joe biden has won the election and as these various states moved to sir officially certify those election results in each stage. Who's is going to be happening in the next week or so. I think that it's going to become more likely. The deriving will become clear on the wall to donald trump. That it's time to go. And unfortunately though he is digging in as you say at science no sign of him conceding jaw and of course. The question is what's doing to american democracy. We've got a lot of 'small. I want a sizable minority of this country. Who believe the dumb from did not win the election even though he did so. I think it's a sorry state of affairs here. In this country that we now have a president who is refusing to concede does president elect joe biden basically appear to be a policy of ignoring him as far as possible. Yes yes. I think you're right out of there on. It's quite a clever policy. So it's almost like a child in the coroner's having a tantrum don't give them any attention. He just get an expert system toxic of strategy been taken by joe biden. He was at questioned on this last week and he did say it was an embarrassment and it was going to damage ed donald trump legacy but he did step back from launching a full scale attack on trump at particularly there is an issue now that a federal agency here. The gsa is using to at handover resources and information. If you'd like to the incoming president like it should so joe biden would be his rights there to criticize ups in clever to be averse holding back. If you know i put the moment so that strategy described exactly what he's adopting. I think one of the reasons he's doing that is because he knows that a lot of donald trump supporters at be this way and he has said during his campaign he wants to beautify reach out to the other side. If you like so. I think he's trying to tag anais and try not to inflame further tensions at a stage trying to lower the temperature. So that's the strategy. But i do think along with this goes on. It could become more problematic for example if they really are not going to hand over these resources. Gsa people are expecting. Maybe this week they will would. If that doesn't happen with then we really could see things become more tense here and with the biden campaign that i'm saying listen hang on. We need this information on his time feud handed over. We will doubtless cross that bridge when we get to it but for the moment what do we know of what. Joe biden plans to put into action. Once he does become president on january twentieth. Well he has said that in his first few days he's going sign executive orders whereby we expect him to rejoin the paris climate accord for example. Aba expect to happen at more. Also maybe something on immigration we for example. There's been the rumbling row about daca. There are the end. The kids known as dreamers. Young people who came to america brought to america by their parents illegally and they had been given amnesty essentially under the obama administration trump reversed. It got stuck in the courts but we expect maybe by to do something on this however other plans is due to unveil economic plan of some kind or make a speech today at in delaware but a lot of that is gonna be dependent on whether he democrats have controlled and the sanish at that looks unlikely it comes to senate runoff races in georgia in early january democrats have to win vocals raises which i think very tall ask if they don't if the only way one they're not in control of the senate republicans are and that is gonna make difficult for biden to push through some of his his policy issues on tax for example even energy and he's talking about not doing in green you deal but actually quite a progressive platform in terms of energy infrastructure. So that could be stymied by the by sanish. if republicans are in control there. What do we know as well about what. President-elect biden wants to do differently in terms of handling the pandemic obviously. There is good news on the vaccine. And there's been further good news just within the last hour as a. Us vaccine is now claiming to be ninety five percent Effective or thereabouts But that's still going to take weeks and months to implement a new cases are clearing one hundred thousand today. What does he want. America to do differently until that vaccine is ready to roll when it's been quite interesting in the last few days because one of the maggie appointed a new advisory board on corona virus is one of the members of the board has been doing interviews and the words lockdown has entered the lexicon here which on a national level and a lot of people are against us at here in this country. And you know nobody has mentioned the idea that we should have national lockdown and vigers now has netted the biden campaign has pushed back on that day. No no this is. Just one of my advisers is what we're considering so that would be considered very much to nuclear option here. As joe biden has to kind of tread carefully. The issue here is at each stage has a lot of power about how they handle the krona virus. So he's going to have his highness flow trying to add. Push through suggestions to republican control states. You know the governor saif kosher for example you know is a bit in. Denial about corona virus doesn't want many restrictions like high was joe biden going to ensure a national mandate for anything. It's going to be difficult and at the moment he has been talking about mask wearing. Because there's still a lot of resistance to the us in this country. As i saw on saturday after march were few people were wearing masks. That seemed to be what he's focusing on at the moment and the other thing would be my distribution of the vaccine making that more equitable already. The governor of new york has criticized on trump's plans. That saying that you know well off people will end up getting the vaccine not poor people who are more affected by cold so we expect to see him focusing more on that more equitable distribution of acting when we get faxing point suzanne ledge. Thank you as always. That was suzanne lynch with the irish times in washington.
NYT's Maggie Haberman has deal for Trump book
"New york. Times reporter maggie. Haberman signed a book. Deal yeah earlier. Negotiated by the dc based javelin agency of course since negotiate everything now to write a trump book. That's gonna come out in twenty twenty two and chamberlain asks us. Is that too late. Will we still care how much goods because she have held back and saved for the book is twenty twenty two too late. I mean it's less than ideal. Delivery dates on books on book contracts or sometimes not really realistic in either. I mean in in in either direction but it does feel like this is one where they would have a pretty good handle on it right. I don't know. I think. I think there are diminishing returns for anybody that's gonna come out after february frankly january probably and and you know at some point you just you gotta be betting on getting the book right. You know Having the best name having the best the best angle the best the most comprehensive lok whatever in two thousand twenty twos not that far away. I think we can all have pretty you know visceral memories of what four years ago felt like so. I'm not sure that eighteen months is gonna make a lot of difference. She might be the exception just because she's such a big name and you could sell it right as this is the defended of book about donald trump in the white house and hovering donald trump in the white house especially she includes parts about herself and i say that as a journalism person media personally. That's kind of what. I wanna read within. This is what it was like to cover donald trump. I don't know if she'd be interested sharing that. But like that part of it is fascinating to me and it does bring up. The bigger question doesn't have how much donald trump content especially in the form of big dollar. Books is going to be an appetite for after january. What do you what do you think about that. Well i mean if he stays in the media. I you know to whatever degree depends on if he's so running for office he's if he's teasing another run for office you know he'll he'll still be around. I think the appetite will always be there even as he even if he becomes more less serious. I think the appetite in some ways sort of grows right that like the jokes get a little bit easier but I mean specific to the haberman. Dang one could. It's going to be the book right. It'll be the the it it probably going to be helpful to wait for it to die that. Wait for the rest of the books. Die down a little bit. And then you know there's there's every reason to imagine that there would be like an accompanying documentary or whatever. I mean. there could be any sort of other major thing that was kind of coming along with it And that this would sort of be the like you said it's this. This is the official telling. This is what really matters is the only this is the only thing you ever need to read again but what will be the i mean. I think there's people are going to beat. I mean we're going to be getting trump white house memoirs for the next year. You know whether or not they people buy them or they make a lot of. I don't know what the appetite is going to be the publishers appetite. I'm sure we'll just keep turning them out. If nothing else i mean. Listen like jason miller writing about how awesome. The trump years were is probably going to sell more copies than like a reporter's book about the first year of the biden administration. So oh yeah. So i mean the appetite. Comparatively is still going to be reasonably strong.
NYT's Maggie Haberman has deal for Trump book
"Haberman is writing a book about donald trump. What else do we need to say about this. You know it's going to be awesome. He has been a singular force in national political reporting for a decade for politico. And since two thousand fifteen at the new york times where she won a pulitzer she. I owned the hillary clinton beep and then seamlessly became the single best trump reporter period. The book which will be in twenty twenty two will chronicle trump's early years in new york his rise his presidency. And whatever comes next for the forty fifth president may is a native new yorker. So she's familiar with the world. Trump comes from javelin matt ladimir keith. Urban negotiated book deal for haberman penguin. Press is the publisher.
Norm Crosby, comic mangler of language, dies at 93
"The English language who thrived in the sixties seventies and eighties is a TV nightclub in casino comic Norm Crosby. Has passed away at the age of 93. Crosby's daughter in law, Maggie Crosby told The New York Times. The comic died Saturday of heart failure in Los Angeles. In the 1989 interview, Crosby said. I was looking around for fresh ideas. I kept hearing people misuse words. So I started to do it in my act. Norm Crosby dead at 93. I'm y of cocks.
Biden victory sparks massive celebration in Washington, DC
"Have also popped up along the D. C. Maryland border as Joe Biden Kamala Harris supporters gave each other thumbs up and wave campaign signs Jamal Maggie's A GC resident
Where Texas A&M stands on the road to the playoffs
"Gonna play. I don't think the SEC championship gave it represent the West, but they see a path you're starting to see a sliver of hope of urine and Maggie fan. For how you could get to the college football playoff. You need a little help to get there. But Texas say it in making a strong case here late the season and at the end of the season, they could be said there was one loss. Vying for that last spot in the college football playoff number nine.
Bears WR Javon Wims gets himself ejected by throwing haymakers at Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson
"Had a chance moved back into the top spot, the NFC North and the Saints it soldier field, but the Bears let a 10 point lead slip away. The saint scored 20 straight points. The Bears came back to tie it later with Saints won in overtime. 26 23. They've got Tennessee next Bearscoach Mad Maggie called unacceptable. The actions of receiver Javon whims ejected in the third quarter when he took a couple of swings of the Saints CJ Gardener Johnson. On the next plane. Nick Foles was intercepted the Saints would kick a field goal to take the lead.
Maggie Love, founder of SheFi discusses women in blockchain
"Just the fact of the matter. Is that the tech industry which has already male-dominated. It's something that became popular among certain kinds of communities online. Where may not have been welcome and you know something. Like two percent of crypto currency owners are women. So you're on the front lines. Now you've decided to take up this arm. And i love the name so perfect she fi to teach women about defy. So tell us about that product. How did it. How did it get started in the mission. Though how it got started is a sort of a funny story. I think that as were entering this new paradigm of not connecting with people as much I hope we find a way to model that in the virtual world because it actually It came from a few places. So i've been in the space. I've been watching it grow. I've always been attack and more male dominated industries and their the value is that everybody can participate in these economies. And you don't need a certain amount of wealth to you know either. Purchasing investable asset or get on boarded into a new economy. And so you know. I saw that and i believed it. And that's what i'm here for. I just think with the state of the technology in you know. It still needs to really grow that. Like until i saw defy even though there was a lot of really interesting other projects. That was a space that i was like. Yes this can finally fulfil that missed that of on boarding a lot of people Into these economies in a way that you know we all understand i just was really Finally excited that. I was watching this happen so i had been watching it grow over the past year and whatnot. Some new newer forms coming out. And i was actually talking to a friend corbin page. He's in the codify team at can sentences and he had mentioned that a group of people had gotten together for the nc double bracket. So if you don't have that works everyone pays. Let's say twenty dollars. I'm to a pool and then a bunch of basketball games are played. And you kind of on. Who's going to win the overall game and while this without pooled money while the games were ongoing so game one game two three whatever they had put that money in compound just to see what had happened and since they had all agreed like. This was a pool of money that they were giving away to a winner. Anyway it didn't matter what happened to it. And they were getting seven percent interest on the entire pool and i was like wow like i knew Women were involved and it's not because they weren't invited is just like basketball. Tends to be more male dominated a space so it was like. That's a cool idea. And the wheels in my head just started turning. And i was like what could i do to recreate that. Those similar sentiments like money together. That you're okay if something happens to because it's not your own ether that you're laying at the same time How do i get something for women to rally around. So i'm not a big. Tv watcher myself so the bachelor bachelorette all these of other game e. tv shows are a not global. I wanted to make sure it was a cause that was global and You know not. Everybody watches so loose. Wouldn't have as much engagement and I'm a big runner is just running law. And that's when. I do my best thinking and i was like. Oh my gosh. What if we pulled together for a charity and what if that Money them was put in different defy protocols that we all learn about together and then we can actually discuss what is happening to the money while it sitting in that project and whatnot and then you know on another heading she fine. I was like it's here. Have it so really it came. I think that's like there's so much serendipity and talking to people and meeting with people a we weren't even meeting to talk about the double bracket right. We're just friends and we are catching up. And so it's it's truly just like i'm a big believer. That inspiration can come from anywhere in any person in any thing so just like being on the lookout in the back of my head. I knew i wanted to do more with define myself. Personally i saw growing. I saw a lack of women on team's lack of women participating. And you know. It's not that i don't think it's something to necessarily be upset about. It's truly an opportunity to say this is all happening. Where at the beginning of these new economies. How can i get more mundane and then just that conversation really like it tends to me. It was like how can we get women to play with this money. Pooled together money that they're okay playing with s and then hopefully by you know doing it as a group together and then funds going to charity which everyone immediately was like. I can get on board with that. They can go home. And then you know potentially use their own funds. In a project they like or they. Can you know start telling other people. So that's how it came together.
Police on high alert after suspected terror attack in France
"Of emergency this morning after a deadly terror attack in a Catholic church in Nice, Maggie ruling is there was taking it really seriously. They are preparing for the worst. They went to the highest terror alert level, and they deployed 4000 troops about the country. That's in addition to three thousands. Right now. There are 7000 troops across France that are protecting places like schools and places of worship. 21 year old man, who was shot and wounded by police is in custody for allegedly stabbing to death three people. Sports
Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy sticking with playcalling, Nick Foles
"My my misery misery out out of of your your system system yet yet mad. mad. Maggie's Maggie's bears bears turn turn the the page page quickly quickly having having to to deal deal with with foreign foreign to to Saints Saints invading invading Soldier field late Sunday afternoon. You can start pointing fingers. You could start blaming you could start being a me guy to start in a negative, Nelly. You can start being selfish or you can figure out the solution. Do you do your darn job and try to get better? And Maggie on the Bears Coaches show on Wcbm. He's still calling plays. Nick Foles is still the quarterback. Exclusive. Live coverage of Bear Saint from Soldier Field starts at noon Sunday, every bears game On Wcbm
"How did you come up with the name modern love well, it was part of a process. Yeah. We had all these different names that we tried and. I remember one of them was truly madly deeply. And I would now be called truly madly deeply editor, which is a really different kind of job title. Modern love editor But I thought of the David Bowie Song Modern Love. In suggesting modern love and literally almost any time I see. The words modern love I mean, it's worn off a little bit over the years but But it's hard for me not to read modern love and automatically hear. Hear that, Song. Would you sing it for our listeners Know because I, don't know that words but you have the. summit. Yeah. Yeah Love locks beside me nine. The second is walks beside me. Put my faith in God. And no religious. That's about as I can do. But there was a great. Story that. Spun. Out of that. Of writer had sent an essay, it didn't really work in the end, but it was about her covering love songs for other random people. She would send them a little audio file playing Ukulele and singing a cover of some song Ukulele, and that's what the essay was about. And when I rejected a A week or two passed and I this email. That I didn't. Recognize the name or anything and open it up, and there was no message there was just an audio file. I pressed play a little. Worried that it was some. Virus or whatever. Pay. Was Her playing always modern love. The UKULELE. I went back and read her essay. Oh, the sweetest thing. And did you ever published her essay? Now I didn't. But it kind of hard not to. into. Today's essay is tracking the demise of my marriage on Google maps by Maggie Smith. Was published in January twenty nineteen and is read by ORLA Cassidy. My husband moved out about six weeks ago. Marking the end of our nearly nineteen year relationship. But Google maps hasn't noticed yet. That morning I had whisked the children away. So he and two friends from law school could load his things into a U. Haul and drive to the house he had rented. We had agreed that he would be the one to move out. And we agreed on what he would take. Dining, room set and painting that had belonged to his late boss. The sideboards, we had bought to hold our wedding dishes. And the Antique armoire neighboring our first apartment complex had left us because it wouldn't fit in his truck. I had packed most of my husband's things because he works long hours. I had sifted through our books and CDs, our Christmas ornaments, coffee mugs, the blender, his the food processor mine, the biscuit cutter his. The muffin tin mine. The life we had lived. Split. Between us. I still haven't seen his house. Only a few blocks away. I'm not sure what possessed me to Google our address a few weeks ago I'll on a writing residency in. Tucson. Far From my home in Ohio. But I did. And right was. My house on Google maps. Still inside. And still I think in love with me.
Los Angeles Bobcat Fire Possibly Caused By Vegetation Contacting SCE Conductor
"Says the Bobcat fire may have been caused by vegetation coming into contact with one of their overhead conductor. C is investigating the cause of the ignition. The fire was reported near Cogswell Dam in the Angeles National Forest at 12:21 P.m.. On September 6th. A camera at Mount Wilson captured smoke in the area as early as 12:10 P.m.. On September 16th SC removed a 23 ft Long line of the conductor for the U. S. Forest Service. To use in their investigation. As of Sunday, the fire was 92% contained with more than 300 firefighters still working. The blaze close to 116,000 acres of Russia burned. Full containment is projected to be October. 30th Maggie
The Trump Treatment for Covid Is Coming Soon
"The president's trip for Corona virus and their implications on Wall Street in a video posted to twitter Wednesday evening president trump touted the drugs administered to him and urged federal regulators to approve emergency use authorization for two in particular regeneration and Eli Lilly's antibody therapeutic treatments. Both companies submitted requests for FDA emergency use this week beyond clinical trials very few covid patients have received these treatments to this point. Also this week, the FDA published new guidance vaccine manufacturers mandating at least two months of follow up safety data after vaccinating trial participants in making a vaccine approval before November. Third Election Day unlikely here's Joe Kernan make trump joins us now with more. Mega just mentioned to you. Something that are cashing actually wrote I think it was yesterday morning that at least perhaps to keep in mind twenty percent of what we're seeing in the stock market and the rally after the stimulus. Debate could be because of. We may have we may be getting closer to to some type of treatment. For Cove it I know you're going to talk about the president he looked. Did you see him yesterday after being diagnosed a week ago or whatever it was? He looked good and looked it looked like he was almost fully recovered yesterday Williams talking about this regeneration drug and you know he had a lot of medicines so you can't tie it to one obviously but pretty amazing I think right? Well, certainly, you can't tie to one but the president putting a lot of focus on these antibody drugs we know of course he received regenerates. Cocktail on Friday. Ella Lily is also developing an antibody in this space. Now, both of these companies have filed for emergency use authorization. We brought you that news from lily yesterday and last night just hours after that video from the president regenerate announced it had filed for emergency use authorization as well, and there are still more of these in clinical trials behind these. Now, guys will have to see how quickly the FDA acts here but the next question is going to beat the supply of these medicines. Take a look at what the companies. Have told us about what they have available if they got emergency use authorization now regeneration says about fifty thousand doses could be made available at aims to get that up to three hundred thousand within a few months. Now, one dose is one whole course of treatment. So that's the number of people they treat. Now regenerate does have a contract with the government four, hundred, fifty, million dollars under which it would provide those initial doses and the government would make them available to Americans at no cost. The government would also be responsible for the drugs. Distribution now lilly says it has a single antibody, not the cocktail approach that regenerates pursued that it's filed for authorization of it would have one hundred, thousand doses of that available in October, and it also has a combo approach that filing four. Probably in November, our it would have fifty thousand doses, the entire fourth quarter. So guys supply of these is going to be the next major question similar situation to what we saw with when Desa Vir. Hey. So meg earlier before this avenue and we don't want to rush anything obviously you're talking about. A compassionate use for whatever this this was an and with anything especially monoclonal is you need detailed phase one, two and three trials, and you need to have a a control group and everything else. So it's very important but just philosophically mega let's think about what a vaccine does. You introduce maybe a part of the spike protein your body sees it and manufacturers its own antibodies against the virus doesn't sound that much different. If you're generating similar antibodies, in vitro in in a test tube and introducing those antibodies that are already against. Against the corona virus, so I mean almost takes out a step of the vaccine where the body actually has to manufacture its own and you're just giving someone the antibodies said this morning that that's a powerful idea if you are. If you're convinced of the proof of concept that the May factor one of these similar to what the the body would would do. Naturally, this could be a game changer I don't think the trump is wrong on this. Yeah. You're exactly right. In the way you described that Joe, I mean this is an immune response that has been generated by someone against the coronavirus. Some of these are actually taken from survivors of covert nineteen regenerate also combined one of those with one. Made in its labs but it is the immune response and while the initial trials were given as treatment for patients. Similarly to what we saw in the setting of the president, he was recently diagnosed and received this treatment. It's also being tested as prevention for high risk patients who've been potentially exposed to somebody with covid nineteen, and so it is a similar idea but the problem Joe is there just won't be a lot of these available at the beginning and their feet drugs so they're not pills easy to take either. And in the president's case, it was very early on to and. You worry about that second week when the virus has already gotten to a level that causes that immune response that can be so harmful and You would have to get I assume you'd have to get this. We have we need to do the testing obviously, but it seems like president trump. Was An advantage that he got it very early on. In his treatment theoretically, if that's what if that's what caused the improvement so there's a lot of questions still, but but reason for hope I think to be you know we need hope this point after watching what's happened to the entire world right? Absolutely, and we haven't seen what's happened with the president's visual load. So we don't have all the information of course. Yeah we don't. We don't they just from appearances. All right. Thank you, Becky, you want you went in and dead I questioned to Maggie talked about how regeneration thinks that they could get three hundred million doses ramped up in the next several months, which would be great. That's almost the entire population would all of that go to the American population I know you mentioned that some of it's already been bought by the government and kind of guaranteed but are we talking about taking that and then splitting with other nations? Or what all of that stay in the. United States. So I may have misspoken they'll have three hundred thousand within a few months and only fifty thousand now and that all has been purchased by the US government. But that's why I'm kind of comparing it to the best of your situation where we were in a shortage. Yeah. So it's not going to be enough for everybody they're going to have to make decisions about who should get the strugg-.
WASP Documentarian Erin Miller
"I'm talking today to Aaron Miller. Now, Erin is not a pilot, but she is the granddaughter of a wasp that's women's airforce service pilots, and she has a fascinating story to tell. So Aaron, thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me your welcome so What I'd like is for you to to share with us what what your grandmother has shared with you about her flying story, and then we'll get to your story of how you how you made things right for your grandmother. But can you tell us how she got her starting aviation? So. My Grandmother. Elaine. Dan. For harmon was born in Baltimore Maryland in Nineteen nineteen and she grew up in the city and was born at home in her house. And had two siblings and was very independent. sporty did a lot of rotor bike and very athletic growing up and she attended the University of Maryland in College Park. Maryland for college. and. She did lots of activities there as well. She was a cheerleader she was on the rifle team swim team. She was in a sorority in all kinds of things very active and her senior year of college. She saw an advertisement in the school newspaper for the civilian. Pilot Training. program. Which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with but it was a program in the nineteen thirties to have more people in the United States prepare to get a pilot's license and Senate was I guess subsidized by the US government and it was offered through a lot of universities and university. Of Maryland was one of them. And Anyway. So they had an advertisement for this program where you could learn how to fly and it costs thirty five dollars. Or forty dollars and you got thirty five hours of flight training and ground school and whatever. So my grandma thought that would be cool. So she applied and at the time which doesn't sound like a big deal you're signing up for a class nowadays. But back, then if you were a woman, they only accepted one woman for every ten men in the class. So you kind of had to I don't I never asked her if there were comp competition about this or she just happened to be the only woman that applied I don't really know but anyway. So, she asked her dad for the money and she also had to get a permission slip signed because she was female and under the age of twenty one and not married. So her dad had to sign a permission slip and that's how she initially took pilot training lessons West, through this program at the University of Maryland. Very. Cool. So after she got her thirty five hours, did she continue to fly on her own? Not Really she I think she did a little bit but she basically that was in nineteen, hundred forty, sue her last year of college. She got her pilot's license and then not too long after that, she got married in the summer of nineteen forty one. To my grandfather, and then as your listeners I'm sure. Well, aware six months later Pearl Harbor happened. So I don't think you flying around was generally something that happened. A Lot. So at that point, my grandmother and grandfather were moving around a lot to support the war effort they lived in Ohio at one point for a while and we're kind of working at different places. And and so how did she get back into? So in nineteen, forty, three, I believe there was an big. The Women Airforce Service pilots kind of became newsworthy and there was a little bit of news about them. Newsreel. The old newsreels are in life magazine, and so my grandmother heard about this program called the WAAS. And thought she could apply and she asked my grandfather. If he thought it would be a good idea and he thought it would be a great idea for her. So she applied and she kind of didn't really think she would get in because she really the most she had done was that civilian pilot training program she didn't have a lot of hours. And she kind of applied and thought oh well, we'll see what happens but they accepted her. So that's how she ended up becoming one of the Watson. Then she started training in April of Nineteen, forty four where did she go for Carini? She was in sweetwater Texas Avenger field, which is in western Texas. About an hour west of Abilene Texas. Now. Did your grandfather go there with her when she went there No. So my grandfather was an engineer and he later became a patent attorney, but he was not in the service because he had a physical defect so he was So, he couldn't serve in the army. But he was I think recruited I would say by a company to actually manufactured airplane parts called Jack and Heintz which some people may not because I've seen their parts in the in the warbirds He got sent to Asia to work on a plan to repair aircraft for the US military in theater in the Pacific. So the planes didn't have to be sent back to the continental United States to be repaired to save time. So he got sent over there to work on that program as a civilian, and so he was gone during this time when she was trainy. tweet water. Aircraft was she trained in? So she was trained on I think they were all trained on basic plane. So things like the the steersman PT, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, eighty, sixes, bt, Thirteen's neither all planes that she was training on. And what did she eventually flawed she I assume she was multi current and flew a lot of different airplanes as wasp. Yes. So all the WAAS flu lots of different planes and there were groups of wasps that were trained to fly every plane that was produced during World War Two from little trainer planes all the way up to be twenty nine bomber. So not every wasp was trained to fly every plane obviously but they're little groups trained to fly like you know pursuit crafter bombers or whatever. So. She was trained to fly bt thirteen's to train men in instrument training. So that was her job after she graduated. So she was transferred to Nellis Air. Base. In Las Vegas. And with her best friend from the WAAS Maggie Gee and Magnesia was to- target pilot in Las Vegas. So they were transferred there and my grandma trained men on instrument training in the thirteen. And she was also has some time as a co-pilot on the B seventeen.
"maggie" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I remember you telling that story years ago so I was under the impression that she could submit any thinks she was actually a guy. She comes across in a dark alley. I think she was actually well two things. She may have been being being modest. I think she could have. I don't know if she could have taken that guy. Bruce actually isn't sort of my height. He's not that no. He's not that tall and you know he was a little bit older when we did that. And you know the encounter. She had with that guy in a Hoodie. She said he she was like six two. And that's probably a little different but She I wonder if she's more of a bad ass and she even gives herself credit for yeah She talked about having vigilante dreams. Not Remember that she was screams about saving saving the unlike sneaking into buildings and I realized that I've I mostly have dreams about missing flight. Yeah and anxiety. Anxiety like being Having an exam in college I'm not prepared for something and I think what you dream about really Says Yeah I wonder if what it says about me my dreams lately. I've been having dreams about like not watering plants. And I've I've been having dreams about missing people to and I guess quarantine dreams anyway. Did I ever tell you? When I went to a seat. She used to. She was a big supporter of this animal. Rights Organization called Sea Shepherd and we went to a fundraiser together and I bid on this guitar signed by all four Beatles those with her Qatar and I it was of like going once going twice and as I I thought people there are a lot of like fancy people rollers in there. I got it I like bid high and I got it and it turns out and I was like well. It's going to a good cause sea shepherd and I regret it or anything but years later found out that I think I had. Chris was fake signatures. Jim Bob Todd and Steve Rangel storrow. Who's that she's the best she's the best and she's such a supporter of the show. She really is yeah. She loves the show. Let's read a letter. Okay all right I know. Okay here's a letter Andy. L. Subject Boyfriend twins dear Justin in Christian longtime listener. Thanks Andy First Time Writer. At the end of your interview with Morocco you breakdown discussion broach. The subject of gay men being attracted to other men are just like them. Yes this might have been offensive as a gay man myself. I can attest this is true. Right what a great. You've just got cleared okay. Though it's not an across the board phenomenon it is prevalent enough that it has been given its own term. Booy friend twins. Oh I didn't know that. This typically refers to gay men and relationships where they physically resemble one another. Did you know that To the point of being an uncanny resumption resemblance. I liked that boyfriend twins. But if you ask me this can also extend to. Men who are very similar tastes social dispositions upbringing. Whether or not they look the same I don't understand this myself. I've always felt that there is value in the unknown and the true adventure. Romantic relationship is discovering new things with a new person and giving them the same in return. That's how we grow and become better as a whole well said Andy anyhow end this rent Christian might have the right of it. You would make a good catch for any game. Thanks Andy I said that wrong. Any gay man came and said what's the divide know. How did it make a granny any Jalen? It should be for any game right. I don't know how he was saying it. I've wondered for any game man for any game because it would make sense if you would be any man right right so regardless emphasis wouldn't be on the gay it's just a flattering thing to say personally. Gay Man you also wouldn't be for gay woman so it'd be any gay man. Although you catch for any game I bet especially the way I look now. There may be some gay women who find me track? Why do you say that? How do you look now Little Katy languish you do Katie Lane Vibes back? The Emmy's letter. Very flattering personally. I think we'd get along well but I'd probably have to have you keep your frogs to yourself. I can just picture Andy like talking about me with our other. Friends are gay couple friends and like he's always. Yeah just and frogs they so back to Andy. They freaked me out and freak. You out freaked me out and I won't have them near me. It's probably a phobia. Wow Wow I understand what things will work out between now so into. Frogs was telling them all the time. It's only Jerry. I'm glad to hear you're both well after your brush with Cova Thank you andy. Please continue to provide your wonderful program. Kind regards Andy. What a nice letter. Gentlemen God what I would get along with him. He sounds and he flatters me. First and foremost I hope he likes Vietnamese food. Yeah I bet. He's a good laugher Anyway that is thanks. Andy things I just WANNA right away from twins If you guys thanks Info. Yeah it's good to know if you WANNA write in. Our email address is Justin. Life is short at wondering dot Com and just to reiterate. We've been having so much fun reading. Would you rather your would you rather as on our quarantine episodes Those are always welcome. And obviously flattering things like Andy Road or Berry. Welcome and I'd like that fact to. It's nice to learn things. So thank you Andy and thank you so much. Aggie Maggie Quigley. Yeah just the best but I know I've said that like five. You say that about every but you actually have a very special relationship with her so I think it applies to okay and you're being phony but everyone else so then one time being honest. I wonder if you could hear it in my voice. Love her and her family. Shout all the Quigley's hope they're listening and they should be listening. Thanks to you guys for listening and you will see you soon. Yes see you soon could be dream life. Good being food do life is short is hosted by me. Justin long and it's why go down on long and it's produced by you Christian and her Meghan. Monaco senior producer is Michelle. Mitch Lands Audio. Engineer is Sergio. In Rica's executive producers are Marshall and or non Lopez four wondering. Have a great week too. What's the name of the Movie Mad? Mad.
"maggie" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I love you guys. Thank you so much so that happened What what was yours like. Why did you do like that? My I'll tell you my experience of you know that that was. That was just real gratitude that I got to have with her. Because we're in quarantine now and it's just nice on a very personal selfish levels now. We're what she she was in. La She could you hear birds and stuff in the choice out on her. Legs are in your no. She lives in New York. Good Point Yeah. She's a place. It's the place in Westchester. I went to see her in Westchester recently. And she. She's we got. We're GONNA have dinner with my friend. We went to pick up. Her friend lethal. Who was almost ninety. Maybe Ninety one And Lisa was the first. Maggie is the most impressive friend was one of the von Trapp children now but she sounds like she was No she was here made that show and magazine. Great laugher isn't she? She is helps. Explain your election. I think I know selfish. Do Needy Needy Pu. He's finally funny but Lisa was was no. It made me laugh because Maggie such impressive friends and she was the first female photo journalist at life magazine or maybe editor a most fascinating stories about photographing one. Perron is did. I mispronounce that. Juan Peron one Perron if an Evita Prince has been and Fidel Castro and was like chummy with them And Walt Disney. She she'd said Walt Disney was More basically more of a Dick than She's like Fidel Monster. These Dick People that we think of as being dictators were actually quite charming to her. She really put the Dick in dictator. Ya'll's good as you pull on your mustache grow. You have a dictator mustache. Excitement kind of because dictators tended really full full like Saddam Hussein. Yeah that's true. Yeah Stalin had it all and you mustache goals. Yeah you know one of the most evil men who ever lived probably most at grade must be you know who had a dictator at gross mustache was Let me think Oh Pol Pot. Yeah did he even try to have you did? Yeah but never gotten that before Gadhafi Moammar Gaddafi pictures must all gross facial sorted Didn't have great well anyway. Let's get back to Maggie. No Mustache on Maggie. She just is a very impressive. Human being I've always thought that I've known her for a good decade plus now she's been over for family meals Family luxury. We spent a lot of time with her and she remains impressive. And kind and intelligent articulate When she was talking about and I know and I I had known about her period of struggle in her life and he wants you starting on her career. How shoes broke. I had heard her television of that story before but it remains so hard to picture because when I think of her I think of someone who is so incredibly put together. Nand successful and almost regal. She has kind of Regal Poise is princess. She's a princess to me. Not like a spoilt away spoiled in like folders any of this but it's true she has a kind of a regal air about her. Yeah there's a sense of pride that she has even the way she stands. She has such impressive Scratch hoster. Yeah but you know. This is not my story to tell. And she didn't get too deep into it but she did suffer a lot of abuse at the hands of men and I had she alluded to that. I don't think I'm speaking out of turn. But what she doesn't have is any bitterness or animosity. You know she is very good at letting go. And if not letting go channeling a lot of her experiences into positive Things positive pursuits. She mentioned that she People often ask her whether she likes animals more than humans. Yeah and she claimed that she doesn't that she she loves animals. She loves humans and she doesn't pick one side or the other but it certainly seems like she prefers animals and I was wondering not to psychoanalyze her but How much of that might have to do with this abuse. You're talking about and also from her experience in the modelling industry that sounds really cruel and abuse. Yeah so I think she's had experiences with humans that are less than good. Yeah and and so when she sees animals as being as she says completely judgment free. It makes sense to me that she would prefer them. But I wouldn't describe her as an animal person the way I would describe you as animal person. She has a Above and beyond what anyone else has that I've whom I've met in. She has like a real kinship with animals. And she's like Ace Ventura or Dr Doolittle. She doesn't talk less. Flattering reverence probably adventure. Sh She. She and she has such conviction. I mean everything. She promotes all the activism. She does comes from a place of such deep true conviction principles. Transoceanic extremely prince. Yes and and I think we have both seen examples of people who are activists more for their own good than something else. You've been using the word lovely a lot I have. I noticed that yes I noticed it. Oh my God I noticed in the Leslie Jordan Interview Pretty Much. Maybe that's where it started. Oh maybe yeah. You'RE GONNA blame lousy Jordan now. I don't really mind it. I also referred to somebody else's being lovely. Oh did I say are you set in this? I did I did you. Refer Leno is lovely. Did Not be lovely. He know weird because he uses it. I also am prone to being very influenced. Probably not a good thing so actually brag about to being influenced by the person. I'm talking to especially if somebody would really like admire like right or someone who has a very distinguishable Payton's or something like Sam hard to not talk like him when you're around. I know start saying Oh my God. Yeah but not just you. I've noticed with him specifically everyone starts to sound like him when they spend time with him. She did an impression of her mom. Who's Vietnamese and you did like hard rush of her after that and I you. You didn't really commit to it because you can't. Yeah I know he does a really good impression but I can't. We always talk about that. Maggie also teases me a lot about looking a little Asian. And whenever I do something bad good or bad that had that she deems to be more popular in the Asian community she kinda points it out right. It's just it's just fun that we also revere the Asian Community. I Yeah I. I've starting told the story before but I I was talking to a girl at a bar wants and she said so. What percentage are you and around that time for whatever reason people were mistaking me for being partisan and I said I'm not I'm zero percent? She's not come on seriously. What is it like fifty percent Asian? No none and she got really offended. She said look. I have a friend. Who's mixed like you? And he always denies his Asian heritage and she stormed away. I said to her as sounds a little unhinged. Yeah I think so. Where are you saying? She's Asian you didn't say she didn't know the story. And who is happens mixed race butchering stories lately so she was eight she was Asian and she save. You did say I didn't hear it. I don't think he said at that. But I the point is I am. I occasionally get and I would have flattered by flattered. I would love to be in fact when we did that. There was a sponsor who was kind of like a twenty. Three and me sponsor down ancestry. Duck ANCESTRY DOT COM right A while ago it was one of our first bond. They never re upped. No but how many times can you take your Get your genetic stretch Astra Note. I'm sitting better so when I did that. I was praying that there would be some Asian. Be Cool to have a little of course Asian in MAG. There's nobody better to travel within in Asia in Tokyo except wouldn't it be? Isn't it sort of annoying? She's so famous there that you can't go anywhere without people like making a scene. Yes you realize that. You've been to Chinatown with their right. You've been certainly have been to Chinese Asian restaurants with me when I mentioned her. I liked the her hoist to. They're always like yeah. I know it's like asking if you know Tom Cruise insulting. Yeah Yeah and she. That's another thing. I really love about her is she would never know that. She has that level of fame in like a huge part of the world. It's not like she's famous in Reykjavik. Iceland to massive continent Asia's very large place and she remains one of the most famous people there. And she's just such a. I mean you know so. She was You guys were talking about The physicality between difference between men and women and how even though she is a martial artist and she is tough and bad ass there still limitations to that so that so if she were to encounter like Yeah a big strong man. Yeah she wouldn't be able to physically compete with them just because of the nature of the size difference in muscle difference and you got like a little surge of confidence and you're like Oh so do you think like you could. You could be and she was like. Oh you for sure but I more about like you know. Man Like a man of some muscle and there was. I can't really tell the full story unfortunately which I knows teas but A day it was a moment on her. First one of her for days on diehard where she was doing a fight with Bruce and he was hesitating to do this particular move because he just thought it was unrealistic that Maggie would be able able to grab his fist and do this move which basically twisted his arm behind his back and the guy and the director land finally they said well what Maggie. Why don't you just do it? You know bristles come on. There's no way like no offense. No offense but come on and bruises defense like he's he's a pretty big guy. It's And Maggie is quite small. She's like thin and so they did it kind of full speed ahead they lie. Did Bruce went to punch in the face and Maggie like fucking lightning? It was one of the coolest things I've ever seen in my life. She her hand shot up grabbed his fist with her palm and twisted his arm behind his back. And it all happened. So fast and a disarmed brews and he was like okay..
"maggie" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Distance and I'm like me by dogs coulda crying and screaming and he's like Oh my God it's got the same got another forgotten. Yeah so he would stop morning jogger and he came and picked up a bunch of rocks and throwing them with the Coyote and he was like Ron. Just keep running. And I'll I'll keep throwing rocks. Keep running leash. And that's how I got home while. And so it's you've played all these bad ass women so many things mission impossible diehard than the divergent series Nikita. Do you ever want to play someone who isn't a bad us? Yes yes I am interested in that and I just comedy coming out this year actually Lawn what's it's called the argument and Jason Schwartzman. I love workman brother. Do not however were to them. I do know Robert. Yes Roberts grade. Robert directed is tiny movie. Shot at his house. Oh my God at the one hundred thousand dollars or something and it was supposed to premiere at Tribeca and then obviously canceled so but I guess stands and I know why so. We'll be primary at tribeca whenever it comes back. Oh that's great weight. Which is Jason Jason is he was GONNA be in? He's not as me and Dan. Fogler your buddy. Okay a classmate. Yeah no cool. That's a good cast I'm glad I'm glad you're doing a comedy because you are funny and nobody knows. No one knows no one's ever because you've never been to anyone now. That's not a lot of people. Think of you as very funny if we laughed a research. Well what was the well so I remember? The first week that we worked together was that it was all that stuff in the factory or something. It's when you hold us hostage. And then you get into the big fight for this diehard for John L. Live for your diary your way out in the. Yeah Rotondo again. We're shooting nights. You're there in these conditions and had been working on him for at that point like I don't know month at least a month I think and And so I kind of understood the need for patients in these different rhythms that had been established. And you're coming in and you were such a breath of fresh air. It was so fucking fun and even when we were waiting around and people are getting frustrated and we were laughing so much. It was such a match Celtic. God for you all Inchon for your we candidate. It was interesting. It's interesting you guys know. Who is that ducks that's Nevada? Oh Yeah Rome. Y'All c'mon Max. You only have two dogs now. I only have two dogs but I think your Fudo before we got on the pod cows. Oh did you see the photo essay? You know. Let me see. You said we need to talk about that. That's what you said in the text. Oh Oh yeah I did see that. Of course okay. Yeah Photo Dog. Well I think so I hope for Okay Okay. So this is run. Can I run two names by you? 'cause I need advice on? I have to let people know because this is not a visual medium. I looked so Maggie sent me a photo of one of the. I've seen a lot of. I've seen a lot of cute puppies in my time but this thing is Dick Yetlis. It's this little. Wiry haired got a dark knows. The rest of it is Beige. Different modeled colors. It is so fucking cute. It looks like it. Looks like a tiny little German shepherd. Wiry terrier siree got to show people. But it's one of the tiny German Scheffer. Yes yeah but it's ears are pointed down. It's got this incredibly. It's like whatever it's a it's a really become full hi Mojo yes. It looks like it's it needs to be cleaned. Maybe but in acute way got that wiry hair. It looks like a little ragamuffin. It's so cute for someone to give some context. Maggie has been rescuing dogs for Since you were in Hong Kong entire town when Maggie and I met on yeah die hard. You had at the time seven dogs I think. Eight seven or eight s awesome. All all street and they were they were for. All of them were big she might exception. It's like two two of them Mister P. Right now. And then I acquired a little terrier from the Detroit Michigan Detroit Michigan Shelter City. Shelter called Chewy. Oh Oh yeah yeah. Not But at one point I was when I didn't know what she we will that the MR P was a little Chihuahua that he was the Alpha of the group. This is the best army was three pounds. The tiniest little and he would he ruled the roost. He was like such an officious. He was so like Bitchy to the other dogs and they all listen to them all like put up with it now and big dogs like Wiley German shepherds and pimples all fallen off fall in line much story or now you listen to me. Here's how it's going down. That's how I heard Mr. Nobody ever do you ever remember the first time you because you thought he was so cute like everyone else? And you're like. Hey Max where where's Mr Citizen? My trailer run die hard where the hair makeup trailer getting done in the morning. And you said Hey Max since you're still hair and makeup. Can I if I go to your trailers him and I said Good luck yeah. And you're like why did you pause and I still chest go in with confidence and you up. I'm not capable of that. Well I told you to do that. And then I continued in the process getting my makeup done and half an hour gone by. I got to know where where's Justin. Because I thought you were coming back and so I go to look for you and I. I'll never forget the scene. I Open the door to my trailer. I honestly thought I was going to die laughing that morning. And it's it's it's my couch. Whatever couch it was in the trailer and it was. It was a bit of a little bit longer than most and on one end you were sitting all the way jammed to the corner and then on the other end all the way to the right was pedro and you were facing each other and he was going well so much for the confidence. Exactly what you were dealing with. You're like oh I can break this guy Yeah I never Although in my defense I yet mister you underplayed I think how aggressive Mr p could be now and then then now is it it. Asshole move by me. No no it's just in your nature it's site because you don't want to alarm you don't fill someone some a fear based person like me with more fear. Who was? The one was a German shepherd. It wasn't widely these are Caesar was like a very there was something in his like a spirit of some special creature him. Yeah he was the love of my life. Yeah I only lost him like it's going to be two years in September but he is still with me all the time magazines newspapers so connected like we're just so. I don't know if I ever told you that. You know the last week of his life I kind of knew was the last week I decided I've said site a few things but I I was so distraught that he was getting weaker that I wasn't really noticing the signs in the support that he had to crossover soon. And I'm in my yard and I'm like talking to a friend on the phone in this white. This Hawk swooped over my head so close that I look up and I'm like what I've never seen a hawk that looks like this. I've never seen a hawk that since that looks like this it was mostly white which they don't have in la. It landed in this enormous tree that overlooked the house and that bird showed up about a week before he died and then it left after he died and I never saw it again. Yeah like I said I've witnessed like spiritual moments between you and animals and for anyone listening. He's like okay. That's nonsense. I probably would have thought that before I met you before. I knew somebody that was so in tuned with. I've never known anyone to be so in tune with dogs with other creatures. They're like I feel like you're their protector. I think Caesar knew what you did for him. How you saved his life and the lengths to which you went to do that and I think that. That's I think that bonded you guys in a way that I'm telling you like I wonder if I'll ever in my lifetime see that kind of connection between an animal and when I when I had to put Down Justin. The doctor who came over you know saying to him and he died in my arms and she took him away and then she wrote me a card like a week later. You know always a you for your business or whatever. Trump card semi card wrote this letter in it or she said to me. 'cause the doctor was crying which. I thought was interesting because I've not seen that you know with the doctor putting it all down and sensitize right exactly and she said I have to for like the amount of emotion that came out of me during my visit with you and your beautiful boy but she said I could not contain my emotion because I have never seen a love like that. Yeah it was so it moved me deeply to watch you transition him out of this the physical body into the vibration no body and the trust that existed between the two of you and the love was so it was deeply moving to me and I control it did it. You have an interaction with Cesar Milan and Cesar. Milan was like making this up. Where he was like you kind of know what you're doing. He did but he also told me that. I gave Caesar my dog Caesar too much power because when I adopted him I was single and I gave him the boyfriend position and I will never and I never made him Give up his his. You know his status. Oh interesting so what was that like when you had other. When you had human boyfriends any time there was a disagreement or an argument with a human boyfriend He would get up very slowly like cat. He moved like a cat. He was like a jungle cat graceful. Yeah he was graceful and very sleek and so he would get up very slowly from the sulfide walkover and he'd stand in between the two of us and he'd look whoever gentleman was dead in his. I meet his back to me and calmly stand there. I understand there's disagreement going on right now but if anything gets more heightened than than my liking. I'm going to go after you do so just so you know I'm here. My God look great but then on the flip side Tayo Tayo. Tayo who is like a real healing tape? Fr- Tayo if I was in an argument with anyone Tayo would. Whoever was losing the argument. Is that necessarily who was right? Where was losing in the argument? He would go to and comfort. Oh he was so like empathetic empathetic just so sensitive and kind of red win. Yeah Tale was my dog to was beautiful rows very very light. Beige with pink. No Yes yes I love it. Oh Yeah tell you. He was gay son. I WANNA mention. You're what you're doing now. You Have Maggie as a company code. Keep up Let you talk about a little bit about it. 'cause it's fascinating how it came to be and how sustainable it is What exactly what motivated that? It's a clothing company. But maybe talk a little bit about how that came to be about ten years ago. I was really fascinated by all the the new technology that was happening in east space as far as yarns and fabrics land. And I was sort of. I don't know something about it..
"maggie" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I'm going to put you on the spot because you can. This is something you can't do with an animal and one of my favorite stories of yours is when you were pursued by coyotes. I had to use my bike to defend myself. And my pit bull said didn't eat her those scuba scuba. Yeah that was. Yeah the coup and you've ever cooked coupes was a strong dog and show yeah. She was aggressive to as she was abused and I took her in and to see a pit bull afraid I was like. Oh my God that he's going GonNa kill her in France so your invention you're in the valley right and you realize you're walking scuba and you've just noticed this. Coyote was it one coyote following just one. But there's never one right you see one but there's more and so and as we got closer to it. I was riding my bike. My dogs running went okay. Well we're just GONNA keep going and we passed it but we were going up a hill and it was a dead ends. The only way home was down that Hill. Pass that same coyote who on my way up. The Hill started to trot after us as we broke down the hill. I looked to my dog and I just said Scuba. We're GONNA you are going to book it. I'm going pedal so fast. And you'RE GONNA run and we're just going to run all the way home. Okay and she was like you could just see the fear. She knew she was being hunted. And so we take off down the hill and the Coyote has actually waited behind Bush. And then as we're speeding down a hill it takes off parallel to us in his running at the same speed as my bike mark. Oh no I have never been so scared in my life and I broke too hard. I fell off my bike. My dog leash. It was the biggest disaster. And then as it's running towards a B- lined to my dog. I picked up my bike and I used the entire bicycle and I was slamming on the ground and screaming to try and deter it on some level and it did a little bit but I was but I could tell he was just really trying to make a circle around me. It was as if I wasn't even there. Michael Exist school was terrified. She was hiding behind me and and screaming and I'm so scared I'm cry now. I'm crying and I see this jogger and the.
"maggie" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Oh Yeah I hear little birds Elkin. You've got some gorgeous. I've got a bird bath and you feed them so y'all come sure way makes you. Do you do people know is your last name. A well known thing. I was wondering. Is that song talk about well? I Some Leno once which is you know do JJ L. I mean he wasn't. He's not the most fun show. Not The easiest he said it's not the easiest there are certain talk show hosts that are like a pleasure to do and there are other ones that are like it's like pulling teeth. Did he come backstage with you in just Chit Chat? He did and I'll tell you he was so nice to my family and my mom. My mom has no idea who Jay Leno is she. How would you describe your mom and just a internatio? Mother is Vietnamese immigrants. She's an incredible woman. She's worked really hard. She's very on you know want said. Oh you're buttons match your shoes. That's cool. She looked at me and she went Manoa in her bed. So that's so. He was kind he came back know. He heard my mom in store there right so he he really was Kinda. It's just a his show like he's very scripted. As you know and so off screwed with Jay Leno it's harder right yes he will just really quick. I found that when he came backstage he was very easy to talk to same like very kind to my family and like talk to all of us really like kind of easy and Nellie and weirdly his his voice and then you go on stage and his voice shot up and I you doing. Yeah Yeah totally. Lovely and whatever. Sorry so continue. So your backstage. So so lovely. Yeah and it's weird that it's like it's showtime people clam up I mean normally. It's the opposite right. I mean I. It's showtime amazing. And then they come off stage and like you don't know how to speak to them so he comes back and he says hi my sister and my mom has no idea what's going on right and then and then I said and then Mongo's so I said mom this is J. And he goes high miscue. It's so nice to meet you Blah Blah Blah J. Just my sister. He has his back turned to me and my mom because he's saying to my sister and my mom Prince Michio honey who it did man and I said I said mom that that's the man. That's that's the God. This is his show and she honey show how hit show bit hit. Show honey. He's so nice to you a I'm a guest tonight on. She's understand why why he would want me. Because my mom's Asians have nothing. I mean nothing. We do is good enough so she couldn't well well. We'll wait a minute. I'll want to get into that weight. But but the stuff that you did in Asia because you all huge career before you had a huge career in America and in Asia so stuff must have been cool to her. I don't I don't quite know that it was to be honest. Like you know it's sort of like really people will gauge like it's it's it's cool to them that people know who you are but I don't know if they really maybe now she does but at the time. I don't think she really grasp that they knew who I am. Because of my work or because like I do hopefully some quality things that people I noticed my parents do anyway they they watched every episode of Nikita. Did you know that Faithful Makita designated survivor? Which seems about right. They watch all your stuff. They watch your stuff more than my stuff. Yeah that's true okay. For example like after we die hard at the New York Times. Did this whole page on like and by the way. I don't know why they did it but they did this. Whole page on my career and how weird it was and they were like you know. Here's this American chick who lived and worked in Asia. I and made this name for herself and then she co crosses back over to the US so my sister said mom. Did you see that page of Maggie and the New York Times and I don't tell my family anything that comes out like nothing like they'll be like you know they'll go to work and be like oh so your daughter on Letterman last night. And I'm like why I never tell anybody. Letterman and my mom looked at her and said so. There's still free newspaper like in our town. It's called the commented. How this little town where we live and it is free. And it's it's small you know. It's like legal sized so my sister says to her and she sorta looks my sister kind of says. Well they don't write about her and the new pepe local newspaper right like that's what she picks up for. It's that has value and the New York Times doesn't have any value for her because she doesn't really so interesting right. It's all it's all depends on your perspective and I sure and I can attest to this. Personally you're a massive star in Asia. I've been to Chinatown with you. I just trust me. Everyone like you. Can't she doesn't pass an Asian person who's not like now what the Fi first of all and I know a lot of this so we're going to reach right a few things but I also WanNa Nice for me to update in terms of our friendship with you. It's good to just I have a terrible memory so some of this. I actually don't so you move to Tokyo to pursue modeling. Why well here's what you. What made you think did you? So how old were you then? When you move from Honolulu I graduated from high school. I was seven years old in Hawaii and I had a girlfriend called Mary who was Saint Mixes me. She's happy to me South White. She's so beautiful and he's always been sort of this darling and all these clients would come to Hawaii and they'd chew catalogs and she was always there star on the cover of their magazines and stuff and choose. Who's really beautiful? I'm very successful. And Mary headed on lock. She would go to Asia every summer and model and make a bunch of money and come home. And I was like Wha- like I wanted to be her when I grew up and so she was just like mags. You know I like you need to just come with me and I'll help you and by the way just so we're clear models. Don't do this. You know people who are legitimately working and have success aren't like hey you who looks you know not dissimilar to me. I mean I was shot for competition. Eat right they don't go. Hey you know Ke- come on come on over to Tokyo with me. Introduce you to my clients and help you out. Like that. Just doesn't happen so but she liked you. It was a simplistic like she's she did. And she was like a slightly older than me. I think she took a like an older sister position and and I really do. I think she thought that I quite rightly that I was Really having a hard time really struggling with paying for school and seeing you know seeing the future and what it what it could be and my whole situation. Well what did you see like at that point? What was the what are the future? Look like all I knew which you know well because you know me well as I love animals more than I could even express they were always my my joy and I wanted to work with animals and one of the things I said to myself when I was younger was I wanNA help animals. That's what I WANNA do in my life and I thought to do that I would be that so. I thought that was the only way you helped animals is. If it's to be that you help them medically and the Nice thing about what I've been able to do parlay my career into as an activist and as someone who's worked in Animal nonprofit for over twenty years. Now I've been able to fulfill that dream weirdly in a very different way and to become a vet. I would never help as many animals as I do now. Exactly in such an impactful way but you. Where did that come from I? I don't think I do know this. What do you remember a formative moment like a memory that stands out? That was like you know. I'm picturing you seeing like a crippled dear on the side of the road nursing to something we we don't have anyway but yeah okay all right ANYTHING HAWAII. We have wild boar and now dangerous. There's snakes knowing what were crippled snake..
"maggie" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"In the summer of two thousand and seven I was promoting a movie called hard four. Live free or die hard. It was called and as part of the promotional tour. We got to go all around. The world was so cool and I was allowed to bring one person and I decided to bring my friend John Togo. I guess I was unavailable. Yes sorry I don't know why I didn't if I ever do another big movie. At one point we stopped in Berlin. And up. Until that point Bruce Willis had been around John Lott and he thought he was my assistant. He just didn't know that John was also an actor. And so when we were Berlin Togo went out for a jog and Bruce was outside signing some autographs where their autograph seekers outside. And as Togo left the hotel like half autograph seekers turned in spotted him and started pursuing him so they were like chasing John Street. Later that day. Bruce came up to me and he said he What is John Do? He must've thought that he was like the best assistant. News like famous for being an amazing assistant and the Germans would value that. I guess really on top thing could be a dream. Life could do ship. You're listening to life is short. I'm your host Justin long injuries sweetheart and with me as always as Christian Long Hello Christian was not there I you know the hello again Christian was not with me always is my brother. You wanted to try to get that. You wanted to try better one by did. Oh that was better. Yeah okay Yeah such a fun trip. It was such a funny moment. That Togo realized that he had and later later that night. We all hung out. There was a premier in Berlin and we had an after party was really fine in restarted trading. Like a person. Yeah he started. He was just different around him. I don't know what to say. I think you do not Why are we talking about Togo? Togo shorty himself. He is a shorter. Yeah Big Fan of the show. He's been so supportive and and He often critiques. The show And he's my best friend so I it's a welcome critique and he yeah is big Speaking of John Toga. Alright A friend of John Togo Is Our guest on the show today. Our friends dear. Dear friend Maggie Q Maggie Quigley known to everyone else's Maggie Q Maggie's ex-girlfriend of yours of of mine. Yeah and not just of of of of other people yes yes she said other X.'s. And other lovers she's taken album and Maggie is just one of my favorite people. She's so you met her doing die hard. That's before and she you're both cast in this movie and I had seen her in mission impossible three she often plays Ask kicking yeah that term that. We're not crazy about bad ass at Asif Shehzad ask. It definitely applies to Maggie. I think that term gets I. Don't it's not that I don't like the term? I think it just gets overused great but she is such a bad as end in die hard. She was playing that role. A villain role. Timothy Elephant was the main villain and she was was like her henchman. Yeah Yeah woman hench woman and I will talk about this. I don't want to repeat myself. We had just had so much fun. We had so much fun together on that. And then then your friendship and love blossomed. It did and And it remains. She's remains with a romantic relationship. Didn't remain but yeah friendship did remain and you've been close friends for many years. Yeah I just so admire her and whenever Matt I hang out we you know it. It'll turn into ours and so we don't cut it down a little bit. Yeah so in addition to Mission impossible three and die hard. She's also known for being the lead in the series Nikita those on for a few years and it was on survivor far more important than that stuff and and she's wonderful. She's very talented Maggie is one of the most compassionate people I know and she's become a very very brave very courageous activist On behalf of the environment and animals animal rights and she got me involved in certain organizations that I'm brought Enriched my life and we'll talk about that in the interview And how she came to have the love this real deep love for animals. So we're going to get into that and so much more with the wonderful. Just Polaris conned compassionate friend Oh the animals and.
"maggie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Be and exactly where would be and and where would be situated Maggie but interesting I mean it's it's mercury Venus one of their twenty one both of my backyard South Dakota North Dakota I'm just and we'll see I and and we've been down this road before I meet with Manfred remember may fifteenth you want to cut a red baseball back up again that day it's going to come and go we'll see exactly there's some speculation whether or not we're gonna you know as we saw the Yukon president you know make an initial statement and walk it back last night about whether I fall sports was going to be in play on college campuses it's hard to envision if college campuses are not open Maggie and that and that students are opening up the fall semester and doing it online in from home it's really hard to it's impossible to envision that there could be college football games on college campuses so even an empty stadium so I mean we're in you know it's great and and you know you want to remain hopeful we'll see and if if if the NHL was back in July signed me up let me I'll I'll be all fired up and ready to go as long it's it's you know the testing is is readily available that were under it were out of the the climate that we're in right now and that you're doing today safely and securely as possible almost you you but can you sell some interesting news about Trent Williams yeah Connor Hughes you know sent out a tweet so this is confirming a report by juicing Anderson from ESPN that things are trending in the right direction regarding a Trent Williams trade so earlier this morning the Washington Redskins basically cut off Trent Williams and his agent in pursuit of a deal you know we're one day away from the start of the NFL draft so it you know initially maybe thought that they were gonna move trade from Williams but it seems like they're closer and moving in the right direction of moving traveling as we know the Browns have been interested car use reported it does not appear that the jets are going to be that team sources said they're not the front runner at this point although Joe Douglas has indeed called the red skins and made a call not the front runner right now but the jets are in court in court on Trent Williams down Washington we'll see where he gets moved in and where to yet interesting right because with Cleveland as the front runner I would probably put that right as the front runner right well yeah well they pick one spot ahead of the New York Jets so either way the jets might get treat Williams and that okay you have you know get a left tackle yes he is aging yes he has missed some time but you still have someone that you know is more of a proven commodity than any of the guys in the draft or if the Cleveland Browns stadium well that might actually benefit over the jets do because of the jets are looking offense of linemen will that takes away a team that's picking in front of you that may have the exact same needs that you have so I don't know I mean I wonder if yeah well I mean Maggie we speculate a lot it's good that the jets made the call down to Washington because it makes sense I mean Williams as a player and you'd have to pay them but if you could get him as we have ties with on yesterday if you can get tried Williams.
"maggie" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"S about the AIDS epidemic crack and cocaine all the other the rest of it so when people ask you what is is this show about well if I don't WanNa talk them very long form of but no if it's about I think it's about I think it's a critique of capitalism. I think it looks at like an sexism and I I have a couple of lines in season three that just like reverberate me what the show is about and especially this season at one point candy says there's a cost to all this. You know what is the cost of all of what we're selling alley and in a way what is the cost of kind of unchecked wild west capitalism in general which is what the porn industry mystery yet who gets taken advantage of and There's another really cool thing that that I say which I'm I'm not giving anything away. I think at one point candy says what men pay for becomes the world which you know candy says that not in I liked didactic way. She's not giving a speech. She's she feels that she's Weltman pay for and what she's allowed to mate as an artist is decided by like but men WANNA pay for you're and I think that is just such an interesting thing to think about. I think about it in terms of my own work. I think about it in terms of what I want to say how can get the money to say and and so you know and I think it's about the commodification of sex and that's something we've been thinking about is culture churn for the past few years and a really interesting way so as a really exciting time to have been working on this show it is you're right. You can lay it over. What's happening in Hollywood right now. You talked about your own work. You're a producer on the series. I think seven of the eight women who directed episodes not the directors were women that right honest and season to season two was what's the difference between just being an actor on a project and being a producer where you can help steer the direction of the story and why is it important for you to have that credit. I mean initially it was important for me just to sort of guarantee a place at the table I hit only read three of the of what would ultimately be twenty five episodes and so. I'd never had that experience before Dr. I'd seen David's work. David Sevan's work was a fan I didn't I wasn't walking in totally blind but I was like I don't know what this is going to be and I'm going to be naked physically and emotionally and like I just WanNa be sure that world to me saying something I can get behind and of course everyone will yes you to death in the room when they're Byu sign up but I don't know I didn't know them but as it went on I realized that they were looking thing for collaboration that the credit of being a producer in some ways didn't matter although it did matter for me I meant a lot to be honest and what it ended up being was yeah an active constant conversation about what we were saying how we were saying it what was happening happening with candy so I would see scripts early which actors don't usually get to do and make notes on them and we'd go back and forth which is one one of my favorite things about the whole process. I mean disagreeing with David Simon put a lot of fun and full of humor and I've great texts back can four and then I would see cuts early on and and and give notes about the cuts and so yeah I that that was a huge part of it for me in fact I wouldn't have probably agreed to do the show if they hadn't given neither the credit. Even though I desperately wanted to lose talented wanted David is it seems crazy not to have women at the table and a show that's effectively about in many ways exploitation of women and the commodification of sexism and the women's role in that. Is that something that you think about more in your career. If I'm taking a movie role I also want to be a producer on it and have some say in how this goes does well yeah. I produced the kindergarten that I made last year and I am. I'm producing the film that I'm going to direct the lost daughter and I think their different ways to produce right with the last daughter. The kindergarten teacher was a huge part of getting money organizing the financing. That's one element producing another element is this sort of artistic side of producing which if you are in a little independent movie and you are in every scene of that movie. You're carrying that movie on your back. You're probably going to end up doing a lot of the jobs of producer anyway or participating in that. You'RE GONNA will be reading the drafts giving notes. You're going to be seeing the cuts giving notes. You're going to write the letters to get this actor to calm. All you have relationship with this EP. You're going to have the meeting then. Take it to festivals and have the meetings with the `financiers. Try to push it over the edge. You know so I guess to me. I felt like I I actually want credit. Maybe in some ways it seems like a formality. I guess it wasn't to me I wanted wanted the credit and and then of course they had a credit on the kindergarten teacher as a producer. I realized how much I didn't know and learned so much from the women who had much more experience. Go ahead and producing and like you know I love it. I just happened to really like that. Did it take you awhile to get to the point into your career and say wait a minute. I don't really should I be doing this putting my name on the door but I also deserve it. I mean this is something that is hard as I'm working on these independent in films and all the things you just laid out yeah so may I deserve a lot of things have been like that for me that lately. I've sort of felt like wait. Why am I saying I don't need the credit or wait. Why am I saying I'll do that for free like actually do want to be paid. I do want credit then yes. I think it took me a while to yeah to feel entitled to ask for those things and you know it's interesting. I feel like there are younger. Women younger than me. You know millennials coming up who feel entitled in a way that I didn't and I think they are inspiring in that way like Amy Schumer you know and her comedy Circassian Super Funny. She says in reason convicts services. All these millennials are like looking at us like. What did you say it was okay like what did you accept from and it really made me laugh? 'cause. I think like it's true. It's great when the next generation inspires you. That's growth right. Pressure appreciates the business getting better. Have you seen that growth just in the last couple of years even since so publicly all this was thrown out into into the open with times of two. It's like the same thing I'm saying about the DEUCE right like there's a cost. What is the cost to exploitation. What is the cost to like. Unchecked greed read the question. We're asking in season three right who gets taken advantage of and who doesn't and in in our business It's like all of a sudden there were consequences to bad behavior and kind of rejigging of what's acceptable and not acceptable. We just are seeing it happen now. so yeah. I mean I kind of get dramatic shifts and the changes and it's almost like you look back. It was only two years ago but to your point about Amy Schumer. We tolerate it. What two years ago I do feel like it is different now. When you go into a room when you're on the set or wherever you are does the culture feels different ways I mean one. Yes deeply different very different. I definitely feel well. It like it's kind of amazing on another level. I think the problems that we're talking about our systemic right. They're really deeply ingrained into our culture. If women couldn't vote or credit card or there was really no access to.
"maggie" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"This week is Oscar scurr nominated Golden Globe winning actress Maggie Jilin Hall. She's getting ready for the final season of the Deuce the big. Hbo Series That looks at the birth of of Porn in New York City. I'M GONNA come right out and say it the birth of Porn in New York City in the nineteen seventies and now in this new season in the nineteen eighties. I'm joined as always by the producer of the Sunday. Sit Down podcast another great Maggie Maggie Law Haya Maggie Jilin Hall. The word cool comes to mind. She's not in a lot of a huge big budget kind of movies that you've heard of if you go down her list but she picks all these interesting movies these interesting parts in TV and especially the deuce which you'll hear in our interview. She says she believes is her best work ever in the work. She's most proud of. I really liked. I also thought that was interesting. She was like why what I would hope that your last work is the one that you're most proud of because it's sort of you know all culminating in this means. You're getting better she. She was in the Dark Knight Right. I was going to say what I I know her. From or what stands out the most that was two thousand eight. We talk about this to like. That was the one moment of sort of big right right. I asked her if she ever gets the urge to be in a movie like that like just jump out in front of a green screen. The explode behind you and she kind of laughed was like whenever I do those moves. It doesn't go well yeah. She's like no so she's happy doing the movies she does. She's also a producer on the DEUCE. If you haven't seen it James Franco's in it too and as I say it's about porn it is it is an amazingly well acted show. It's a snapshot of Times Square in the seventeen seventies and eighties which is absolutely nothing. Nothing like Times Square today unrecognizable We also talk about her family. Her parents are both filmmakers. She grew up in a house with Jake Jilin jae-ku who previously was a guest and the Sunday gas which he just put in the top line of his bio one time guest on the Sunday sit down podcast and they have a cool vibe. You know we talked to her with you've talked about her with Jake and get to talk with her about him. Something like that something something anyway now. Yeah it's interesting. I I mean I. It was funny when you were talking him about the pointers that she gave him after seawall to scare about kind of like their relationship wasn't pointers. I mean I I love watching his work. I just had you know some tips. I I guess there's a scene in his play or to give birth because he's sort of raise the woman at one point and he said after the show everyone was very complimentary. She was too but then she said but but there is one thing and she walked through what was actually like giving because she is the mother of two little girls and married also to actor. Peter Skarsgard they live in New York City and I just found her to be a joy and a delight to talk to. I hope you agree here. Now is Maggie Jilin. Hall on the Sunday sit down podcast Hi Maggie. Thanks for doing this appreciate it. We were just talking about sort of the bitter sweetness of the final season of deuce something for port your life and your career. We're into for for a bunch of years this point. How are you feeling now as you introduce this last season to the world well. I mean you know we knew who from the start that it would be three years. You know take three years to tell the story so we could pay ourselves and I knew that it was coming but you know I've never worked on anything this long before and I loved playing candy and Yeah I feel really I feel sad. I feel I feel really proud of the season I think something about working with the same people the same actors the same writers many of the same directors for so long means that the work is it really deepened and yeah. I think this is the work. I'm most proud of so far in my life so I feel I feel like hey yeah like kind of bitter sweet. I'm really excited for the world. See It because I think it surprising and I think it's unusual and I think it's really okay good and so yes. We all really left each other love each other. I didn't expect surprise because it's not great x xpress surprise because you've done so much good work that you would say in your long career. This is the best what is it about it for you that so special. I Guess I I love Candy. You know she's she's. I've had the opportunity with her. I mean look at Gaza really huge canvas go from her being a sex worker nineteen nineteen seventy-one to being a serious artist and director in nine hundred eighty five you get to see her her relationship with her child with her parents lovers business friendships. I mean it's like a massive breath spectrum of things and she's also so wild and like fun and also confused and quiet vulnerable and she's like so many things which you don't always have an opportunity to express but also I guess I feel like I don't know I think a really nice feeling to feel like the last thing you did is the thing you're most proud of. Trouser means like you're you're working. You're getting better working it out trying harder things. I mean from the first season to the third season. She's deepen so much for me. I'm proud of all the seasons but I like this one the best so for people who I haven't yet watched the first episode. Let's sort of set the stage a little bit about where we are because we've jumped ahead a few years in New York City now. We're into the nineteen eighty S. Where do we refined candy in the show so when you finish season two candies just made like the first porn film. That's really an expression of her She's really proud of it. It's a piece of our the world has accepted as a piece of art in nineteen seventy eight for I was reviewing viewing porn movies. Sometimes I think at least they do in our show but there was something that a real filmmaker could you know like behind the green door so she's Kinda high when you go out and season two and season three come back to her and in terms of work. Nobody's interested in what she's doing. Doing you know she's been making porn for women as she calls porn fem erotica and there's really not a big market for it and I think she's frustrated needed but I think the thing that's really exciting about what happens at candy. This season which is start to see seeds of in the first episode is that you know like as as an artist artis is a director as a somebody in her career. She's like intrepid like she doesn't stop. Someone told her no and she's a great okay. Try another way someone someone else tells her no which they always do she just can't stop the place where she's the most vulnerable and I think the most protected is in terms of love and there are a few places this season where that gets challenged. I mean she meets. Corey stalls character hang in the end of episode one and that becomes something that she really has to deal with. How does someone who has used sex sex as a business you know and I think become inured in a way to like sex as love and intimacy Hatley. What do you do when that comes into your life in a different way and also her I mean I don't know if you love a the character of Harvey is much Xiji. Krumholz plays WHO's really her best friend us us and by far the closest person to her that also becomes the place where you know there's real love there and how she gonNa deal with it what she's GonNa and do a tough nece. Irony humor fun really help you in the face of real love the third the cheap cheap easy way to describe the series if someone said what's it about I said well it's about porn in the nineteen seventies report on the nine hundred eighty s but the point of the birth of one but obviously there's so much more they're talking to especially this time around the nine hundred eighty.
"maggie" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Maggie back in twenty fifteen received this ESPN hero award and her work has been recognized by folks like the dine Lama in today's conversation. We really go. Deep into maggie's decision to make a very different turn to take a gap year that turned into a life. She never imagined living when that drew her to Nepal and even the moment that awakened her to this deeper calling. We also explore a lot of the challenges along the way the struggles the importance of working in really close collaboration with the community. And we talk about a moment of profound loss that actually pretty much incapacitated. Her for months, and how that experience changed her and really shifted the direction of her working life. It's also important to note in this conversation that while much of it is about maggie's personal story and the life and contributions she's made in Paul Maggie is also. Oh, very clear that from the very beginning. Everything has always been a collaborative effort working hand in hand with her Nepali co and their local team on the ground always playing a huge role in every aspect of what's been built so excited to share this conversation with you. I'm Jonathan fields. And this is good life project. So what do you do when you need software for running anything from home activities time tracking? Most of us. We ask friends we search online like crazy and then sign up for zillion trials that lead way too often to taking a ton of our time and still leaving us really frustrated as an entrepreneur and producer. I have gone down this rabbit hole and come up bothered and.
"maggie" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life
"Holidays, and you want to spend more time with your children unless time cooking, and maybe you can say to someone you know, what I don't. I don't want meals right now. In at this time of the year. But I would love to have one the week of this holiday or whatever merely for people to take ownership. I'd never thought about it that way, I'm quick I think to say to people I'd love to help you if there's any way I can help just let me know. But you're right. Then that puts it back on them to have to identify need and the for them to be the person that has to reach out, and I'm I'm gonna make a leap here Maggie, and you can tell me if I'm totally off base, but it feels a little bit like when I look at that. Like, here's someone who is already dealing with something that none of us can put our ourselves in their shoes and dealing with something that is both physically and emotionally very very challenging. And so what we don't wanna do as their friends and their community is put one more thing on them. And when you put one more thing on them, it is the need to identify what they need and then put it on them to. Schedule it into call you and to do that outreach and to have to admit I do need help. Because I can just assume here again, you can tell me if I'm wrong that you know, part of having a terminal illness is realizing what you do need from people and right where you are going to need help. And that nobody wants to feel like they're having to depend on other people. And so when we put it back on you. That's just one more realization of having to acknowledge that you need people's hill. And I never really thought about it that way. Yeah. Well, you use some that really well for that Maggie. Thank you so much for taking just a couple of minutes today to come on in and share your story. I'm going to put in the show notes unlinked to Maggie site. I think this is something absolutely people more people need to know about. I'd love it. If we could pass this information along. And I also love it. If you wanna go to Maggie site in read more about her story just have to say Maggie. You are very special person. And what you are doing. I think is is amazing. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me on your show that.
"maggie" Discussed on The Writers Panel
"Episode today, recorded at the television festival. This one's called bottle episodes uncorked to haul bell bottle episodes which you would think. Can they get an hour out of that? And boy, did we, there was a little bit of stretching as you as you'll notice, but the guests are amazing. We had Anthony Hemingway who's the director for underground among many other shows. Michael Jacobs, the creator of boy meets world and girl meets world John worth, who was the Showrunner of hell on wheels, and Kevin falls was writer on the west wing among other shows. Before we get to today's episode, we have a terrific conversation with Maggie. Friedman Maggie is the creator of Eastwick and of the witches of east end. You'll notice that both of these are about which is and so is our conversation. Maggie is very thoughtful about what it means to be a witch. She has some which DNA for shore, and it's a fun conversation about creating. Switches for her show is it's a thing. She keeps going back to this idea of powerful women and she is one herself. So please enjoy this conversation with Maggie Friedman. I'm talking with Maggie Friedman Maggie. Thank you for speaking with me today. Thank you for having me Maggie for those who don't know is a television writer who's worked on everything. Like once again, Dawson's creek, Jack, and Bobby, which I know is a show people love, but specific to our conversation. You are the creator of Eastwick which ran for one season and witches of east end which ran for two. Yup. So let's get into witches. I'm really curious to hear for both of these shows first of all, going into them, you know, you sort of, I imagine now you're the go-to, which person. Why were you the witch person at the time of these shows? Well, at the time, right before I started Eastwick I, I was I was doing a pilot for Warner Brothers and Susan rove ner who's one of the executives there..
"maggie" Discussed on Half Size Me
"Interview with maggie you have a fantastic week and i'll be back to talk to you next week take care ladies and gentlemen i have a fantastic guests with us today i have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know maggie via the community and through our coaching sessions together maggie would you like to say hello to everybody i heard by our you now maggie i brought you on today because there's so much good stuff i want to have us talk about with the listeners actually i wanna say the initial thought around this interview was around when you've gone to see your doctor and they talk to you about how you might not you know how your weight might be different than what you thought it was you remember that post you made awhile back yes we're definitely gonna tackle that but before we get to that could you kinda give some back story to the listeners on when your weight started to become an issue for you sure i don't ever remember time in my life where my weight wasn't an issue on his trying to look back and think about it but some of the earliest memories that i have even in school was around restriction dieting i remember in kindergarten out lunch seen other people's lunches in being a little bit frustrated that i didn't have that ships were that candy or the or the hostess cupcakes they had in their lunch i remember first grade the doctor had told my mom in when i had a doctor's appointment that i was really overweight that something needed to be done immediately that she needed to get me into counseling with a nutritionist so we did that i remember but nutritionist asking me what kind of foods do you like do you like tuna fish because tuna fish is good and so we shoot have me right this lists dow and i remember we were studying johnny appleseed at school and they were doing apples and caramel but that wasn't on my nutritionist lists for that day that i was allowed to eat so i kind of just sat back while the other kids eight their caramel apples and i remember being just kinda.
"maggie" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland
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"maggie" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Stay tuned with pre is supported by looker a modern analytics platform bringing datadriven decisionmaking to every level of the business from innovative startups to enterprise grade businesses thousands of companies are using looker in every department to access analyze and act on their data from casper to sony to ibm today's most data minded companies are using looker to make better decisions with data to see why nearly two hundred thousand users trust looker as their single source of truth for their data questions and to get your customized free trial visit looker dot com slash pretrade maggie haberman welcome to the show you're the first guest in the year two thousand eighteen thank you for being here let's call thanks for having me as our listeners know you maggie haberman have been for a few years now from is that the failing euro times of the failed new york times forget which verb form at least tracking today's tweet was sailing fail but you could you could said that to repeat must days tweets are at is that a recovery from from failed i know givers it failed at ever put in the past tense i dunno enroll no he did i thought he said failed once recently well i think he's had failed in his interview as an alternative yes all going to get to the management interview in a moment when i don't want to segue to fast sorry just quickly on a personal note i do want to say that you know you and i've known each other for a few years and you're one of the first people to whom i mentioned last summer spring or summer that i was thinking about doing a podcast and i wanted to say that you are very encouraging and i appreciate your support for doing this weird thing that's kind of journalism you have an interesting voice in your murugan talker so.