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'Deadliest Catch' star Nick McGlashan dead at 33
"Ah, star of a reality show about fishing has died. Nick McGlashan start of the deadliest catch from 2013 Through this year, he worked on the Summer Bay fishing vessel during the show's 13 season. He entered into rehab after struggling with alcohol and drugs. TMZ says McGlashen died over the weekend in Nashville and that a cause of death is pending for the 33 year old. Over the summer Fellow deadliest catch Starr Malin raised died following a heart attack at just
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I guess so okay. Does life not move forward to things. So how could you experience place if it's not moving if it's not in motion and well what's the second one second one is. You can travel through time to any point in history in the past and the future has distant in time as you want to go for as long as you want. But you are confined to one physical place if you're choosing for example if you choose that the house where he groped and can see who lived there that weird who lived there before you. That would be so weird like watching a movie. You got chills. You won't interfere or alter the time continuum and you can witness. What will happen hundreds of years from now to that particular place but you can't travel anywhere else outside of that area chosen And she says Tld dr what's that stand for. I've seen that. That's a time like internet and means like to to to to long legit d didn't read. Oh it's a it's a way of some hittings up too long but here's what it is when you're limited to only one. Would you prefer the unlimited. Oh is that was just all it up when you're limited to only one which you prefer the unlimited freedom to travel throughout time or throughout physical space on earth. I see so so it must be that time as paused. That time stops okay for me. It's pretty easy What about for you For me is you can do you. Can you have a friend in time travel. Let's say you can. Let's say you can't. Let's say you could have a friend in both while the other one is the first one is dark from me because you if time i'm hung up on the time stopping thing you know don't don't get hung up on that. Let's just think of it more as you can go anywhere in the present i would do that in or you can go to any time period in that bonds spot. I think that's what it is mia. And if if that's the case i would one hundred percent go anywhere in the present Because the idea of first of all the what spot you pay exactly. That's the problem. Let's say you pick your child at home. That's what i was thinking. It would be nice obvious. Obviously like go past horrifying could be horrifying and also the future could be really horrifying more and the past could be horrified or boring like the the spot of land where our house was. Nineteen twenty four. It was built. And then it's like okay. It's mostly it'd be like you know at that point and back the future i live. Yeah yeah the twin old peabody So but when he goes to Where his we're that That the housing communities being built like neighborhood is out. Yeah yeah What's it called a lion. Oh yeah that's right and they just put up the two lines and it's like pans back to like that is so cool but i think about that like Even going to to rochester where where our parents grew up into seeing poss- house The last time we went back there. I don't know if you remember this so much development in that area. I just i had a version of that experience where it was like. Oh my god. The last time. I saw this. It was just like field was just roads. Have you experienced that with a place. Where like you that next time you go back like ten years later something inside like it's all it's all developed now houses. Yeah yeah. I think in general also i spend too much time in my brain thinking about kind of dwelling on the past metering afraid of the future material and i don't like a goal from a goal of mine is to live more in the present in general. Yeah so So this particular hypothetical this like you could go anywhere in the past or future it. It's just not something. I want to Encourage in my own brain. Like i would much rather experience. The present in all sorts of cool like when jerry was talking about being in africa like outline africa sweden. I would love to. I am dial were more of the world in the present counterargument. If you were to do this one spot any point in time thing then you could have the experience of so many different time periods. Which really would be. Facet would be cool to see our house and like in the future. It'd be cool to have that. I don't think that's it for your life. I think it's just you have this ability to do it in one spot. You can still go to sweden. You can still go to japan's like time doesn't stop and i guess i think instantaneously travel. That'd be amazing. Amazing yeah no lines. No what's the thing that you think of first when you think about the if you could travel with that kind of ease like what's the thing that you think. Oh my god. I'd be able to do this of see. I think more this. I wouldn't have to do this. I by shoes off and walk. Gross ruins been walking through the met. Actor is i thought about just food like getting to like. Oh you want to try. The best soup. Don't dumplings like taiwan like that go to taiwan. Oh yeah it is. So-called do i wanna live and incredible life in the president or see a bunch of shit that came before me and after me. It's like one of them is living in one of them is spying you know. Yeah that's true you're like a you have add ones. You like voyeuristic in one. Is you're like an anthropologist. Who has a really cool tool right. Yeah that's true. I don't even know if i if given the choice of having that ability. I don't know if i take it. Well something really terrifying pal. I know. I don't think i'd like to see just if you go back to the fifties in our house i don't wanna see people live existing in that space and calling it their home. I don't either own or in the future of family. Well i think it would be a mistake to pick if i if i had to pick one spot. Where what would you ask a question. One spot you could That's really tough that that is a really good question because anywhere in america. It's like you wouldn't really be able to go back that far until untamed like London a like london. Two hundred years ago is really didn't yeah ain't be dark. I mean unless it's a booking him palace but then that'd be depressing. It's like assholes. I can happening this house now. I don't wanna travel in time. And i just want to live in the present. Yeah well thanks. Question have really good question and Then she says. Thanks for reading this far smiley face old-fashioned smiley face. Thank you so much for your podcast in your contributions the world. Wow nice so nice take care. She says sincerely short sisters miranda in sofia see well thanks short sisters from the long brothers. That was great. That was really good. I'm going to be thinking about that for a while. Yeah that was good. A huge huge. Thank you to modern. You're like melancholy that this is over. I am. It's how i feel when i'm done hanging out with her. I got sad at the end of the interview. But you shouldn't be sad you know why because it's the holidays. Now i know i am. I'm lucky i'm lucky to know someone like angry. I'm lucky to know you. I'm lucky to read that letter from miranda and if you would like to write into the show our email addresses life is short at wondering dot com. Mary season mary season. I'll be out this And thanks for listening. We'll talk to you next week. In fact the rights of course could be a dream life good.
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Listening anymore. Really natale is really big in in europe in germany. They do a lot for breakfast. They have allowed little. They eat it with every as a condiment. It's very popular because you don't want to tell you got to have your disease salad sandwich out in canada but now that you're seeing new tell a bat sounds right. Well i'm sure she's right about it because i think they know they're more a new title Natella nut nuts ella mattel new della new talent. I think she's probably right because they are more into that Over there she grew up in ontario can making that mistake machines. She was when she moved over here. candidate sweden top. That i look if you ever questioned my reverence for canadians and swedes. Just look at the the image. Also i don't think they're all like no. I couldn't be the even though all this week's i've met so far are kind of a version of her. I know they're great fun and warm and looking i. You don't have to sell me. I know it's crazy. You haven't been to sweden. Eight really is i'm dying. You're not allowed to say. I'm dying to go because Ready to and now you also said to her. I'm dying to see the social network. You're not sure that's true. You can see that's a mom. It's been available to you like a month. It's been so much easier for me to see the social aubin going. That's true on time. I know what a drama. You're not dying this no no no i i. I'm curious. yeah not enough to see it. I really do want never. I hear people talk about it. I think i should see that movie. I nine nine hundred ninety nine. I've completely you know. Sometimes in this might district. I get so excited talking to mall and i like i feel so positive and kind of energized is the word that i think. Maybe i just got a little carried. I get a little carried away with my hyperbole That's the past. Or oh my god. I'm dying to do the yes. You're also a pretty hyperbolic and hyper. Let's read a. Let's read a letter of this is a letter from miranda. See subject mind-blowing. Would you rather hello along brothers. I'm at twenty five year old from. Pa i'm a longtime listener and loved this podcast. Because i have a sister who's four years younger than me. Thanks miranda name miranda but then it must be annoying to be like ooh miranda sex. Yeah that's what i think. The way you christian kerryon on together reminds me of how my sister. And i get along and sometimes don't there. There were two movies in particular that we agree. Define our child. Those movies are mystery. Men starring stiller good movie yeah inappropriate and galaxy quest many extra point. Yes really she said. These are two movies. We watched over and over again. We had friends over and host and movie nights and showed it to france. That's socal and had themed parties costumes from. Wow we can recite aleksic verbatim and we reference it all of time. She's underlined while justin. It must be pretty cool for you to know that a character that you played as a staple of nostalgia fan childhood memories for strangers that you'll never meet. That is really cool. Random really cool immediately. Associate you with my childhood which matching can either come off as very weird and creepy now or very heartfelt and wholesome hopefully the ladder. No the only thing remotely meg about that is that there's a there's a part of me that feels a little old and mostly it's just really nice. Also were a couple of latino ladies So the recent episode with a so. It was super fun for us to listen to an esa. Hey sunset was super superpower. I wonder if she's listening a so. If you're listening Just text me banana. The word banana or the emoji. was super fun for us to listen to hear about her personal experience with the conundrum of needing to work but not wanting to be repeatedly typecast into one of the traditional latina lady trumps. My sister and i have had a. Would you rather question for years that we fundamentally disagree on. Oh yeah and we'd like to pose to other people at parties when things start to get philosophical in the wee hours of the night. I have an idea of what you will say. And of course you both agree but here he wrote this. But i'm curious to hear which side you take. I hope it's not too crazy or mind. Fucking wow i'm excited. Yeah i've never heard that as a mind funky which you read. It's like swedish fish or at our patch key out. We'd rather let have one of the early ones was peanut eminem's and they used to be more like peanut. Is the one candy. Got a pet. That's what you say over anything yet. It's the most complete single candidate you can you can buy. I'm getting back into kick cats We have we got those couple months ago. For homing the the marshmallow could cats pretty interesting. Is that what we yeah doesn't marshmallow. I can put my finger on marshmallow. Oh white chocolate i did. But then they have a little green in them at halloween. Really all right. Hey would you rather go anywhere in the world. This is a limitless ability to travel anywhere without needing to go through. Airports buy tickets etc. Imagine be me up technology..
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"But that's the first time we mentioned god. That's what it was. Five is by severity. Wanted heard about god in school in october. And i said you know everyone believes in different things so powerful i i was like you can believe whatever you want. This is what i believe. I believe in this and in like you know and there might be in reincarnation. So now he believes in all of it he believes in god and the big bang. Theory and reincarnation and karma why not yes sir he believes that whoever's gonna get him set a suction cup and it's so funny so funny if you could have one snack food for the rest of your life what would it be. Oh yeah just new talent by you. Say new tele- tele- is that the proper you tell what is yeah. I thought it was not. I say nutella now. Oh no you know. I think it's it's a german. It's german or italian. I can't say it. But i i discovered it or was introduced to it in europe new. Kick it enough of it now. I really can't if it's in the house i have. I love it. When it's gooey. And so i eat it like cereal witherspoon stray with the spin. You don't want anything else. If like my ice cream. But i get i get so sick. I make myself sick. That i can't stop. It's actually might action. So i have to put it in the freezer because i don't like it when it's cold in counties more than i know i haven't in the house only for my son to have it with pancakes on sundays. We make you tell us but during the week it's frozen in the freezer so you took it to keep yourself from it. Wow got i. it's been a long time since. I like in cr- Crepe silk crepes. Yeah had something with natella new tele recently that it was. I shouldn't tell you this because it was what is it. It's it's something bad right. It's all like it's ninety percent palm oil in the dry tree nuts and some cuco. It's all right. sorry that's a cable. that's how much you love it. Yeah i do yeah well. What's your favorite movie of all time. This is a tough one. I mean a movie that you are looking forward to showing your son. That was very special. That's hard to well. I mean that kind of stuff is all the the classics like like princess bride and back to you during those kinds of things. I can't so him I keep trying to convince. Watch back to the future with me. But he's not. Until i show him the trailer like now. This is like a legitimate fear of mine about having kids. Like i'm so like i'd love to have kids. I love kids but I'm so afraid that i will. I will that will happen. And they'll be like. I know you know and i'll get like angry with. I'll get like personal. I stopped loving them. I don't think i would think. I like i'm like you're seven now. You can watch this. But he's not he's not he's not ready yet but exactly how old we were. Were we seven around.
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Okay. These are going to be quick. I'm so sorry. Newer past time Just quick lightning round molecule use emojis. A lot are you like a big emoji person. Use them use them. What would you say is your go-to what's like the Like the first stop in your arsenal. That's like this She's putting your hands up like so like but it's not yet but it's like i know what you mean blushi little in two hands up by the face. I don't know what that not but it's really cute. We maybe there's a swedish word for it. What is it now jake. Act logam clock. Oh yeah lancome go. It's too positive. Logam mentor positive. Just kind of like but at the same time. It's almost like it feels canadian. Because i'm sorry. Thank you and happy. And i hope you're okay with it. Yes yes that's what. I love about it that it would be so. I'm surprised that use that when it really would that cause i'm often trying to express that. Yeah my mind is. I combine the The kind of looked downcast but positive like smiling. Like this with a with like Like sorry you don't wanna wrestle any feathers if you could be a professional athlete with Play why. I probably like to be a slalom skier and i hate winter and i hate cold but i think i love the feeling of like the idea of being able to go down staff fast emma speed freak and that just feels like such freedom is gonna. Do you ski good skier. Erlich yeah i do. I used to be a really great confidence gear and now it's like it's a few years passed in between trips so Wow slalom skier. That be cool. And you're not afraid of stuff like you're not like now. I i guess figure skating is so there's something so dangerous about that and if you if during your formative years you do that i guess i don't know i never saw him as dangerous but it's just of course you can get hurt because when you fall on ice or it does it does hurt. Its brain may tame tailbone twice as terrible as terribly consider for two weeks. Oh but it was it was i love the sound of when zamboni has gone up just cleaned the whole rank. And you're the first person on the ice and you just hear your blades cutting cutting the ice any. Go as fast as you can. It's like you're flying. it's wow. I bet also probably helped with any sort of performance anxiety. I mean you're on your own with your music your skates that god. I know i'm so hung up on anxiety You you never gave you. You get nervous before competition always owing but i think that only helps if you have nerves. I remember once i did i. Did you have a routine. Obviously but i forgot my routine halfway through oh and just kept going and made up shitty routine got last night. It was awful but I cooked with furious. Oh cut down along you know. And she was in a house disappointed. That's the worst yet disappointment. Oh yeah and. I know that feeling. I remember playing the violin. When i was a kid. And i once got up this compares. But like i got law. I got lost in the song. Same things. it's a thing that you go a lessons practice so and then you miss one. I remember missing a note. And then i thought about that note in other tried to play again and then i just started. I bet might have been more embarrassing. Because i started making. I was playing like mozarts And then i just started whose genius. And obviously and i just started like. Did you see you need at making up my own. And i you that blood the feeling of like blood rushing to your face terrible failing Nice thing about movies take to take five if you need. Yeah yeah speaking of laughing in a movie was wandering. Did you guys break a lot. wonder less. oh god yeah county. We had there. Was one scene with paul rudd that had to do and we were sat on the bed. He was trying to like a us basically in his in his way wanted to say like. Let's get it on on stumbling as his character was meant to do. And i just remember that appetite was on set that day and he was like just throwing things out at us and i was laughing so hard in the cameras behind me shoulders going east. Get together as i'm trying by needs shouting outlines for us to say the time is money and time is money. And he's like no smile line. Time is money. I mean it got to the point. Where like i genuinely it while but i couldn't it was it was. It was one of the funniest movies to shoot. I bet. I bet that stuff with paul at the end in the mirror is like it's bullying diak talking about his day. He was doing my face. Forget it. I can't nobody can know the only time i can hold it in when it's something like that is is if like somebody like judd was like. Hey time that's that would break it. Yeah or if the other person we're like come on you know had that to like somebody. I really admire is like hey look at the crew in there like we'd really like to go home to our kids chest. That's the worst. That i've locked it up right away. Congo's just like i had that. That's the worst feeling when you're like there's you're laughing and you look at all. I know that feeling and you nobody. Nobody can't nobody finds it funny. I get the. Nobody finds it funny on tries hard. But then it's like it's like forty in church like funnier because you're not. You're not supposed to raised buddhist by the way. Why am i telling you that. Yeah thank you for leasing it. My mom practiced it for a while. It was the japanese Branch called me. Go do and we used to go to temple on once a week and i loved it. I just love the philosophy growing up with that. I don't practice it anymore. I mean it's something that i love but a very nature centric. It's very yeah. It's just sort of you know creating good energy. It's karma isn't it if you know do it's similar messages is just be good create good energy around you and that's what the chanting is like bringing you back into your body and getting grounded so that you could be there for others and see can be present and It's interesting because my son where we don't have any sort of religious denomination at all on. But i've been raised buddhist in we we've talked about sort. Of course it's come up in my son one day went. You know that. God is real right now and what. What makes you say that and he goes. Oh 'cause 'cause i've seen him was like you have you and he goes. yeah actually. He's sitting on that lamppost. Right there we were in the car. Jack and sebastian session sitting on a lamppost. Oh and what does he. What does he saying anything and he goes. Yeah yeah actually. He thinks that you injection by neom sexual kapanen shoes or else he might kill you. You're using god as bribery rate now bowl but that's the first time we mentioned god. That's what it was. Five is by severity. Wanted heard about god in school in october. And i said you know.
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Where if you're telling yourself negative that's what you're trying to get rid of not by replacing rick. I'm fucking awesome with that. You know what only actually a good person. I'm a nice person with that. You know i don't i. Shouldn't i think we're all so hard on ourselves. I'm sure we tell worse things that things that we've never dare say to anyone else. You know what i mean. I think you were harshest on our own on ourselves or at least i have been through life. He had what about in acting like we're you. How were you when you first big move when you did harper kid were beating yourself up. Were you cried every single day for the first week i called my husband at the time and who was the drummer from the italian band him every day after work. Crying going i. I don't know what i'm doing. I shouldn't be here this is. I don't know how i fooled them. I just. I don't know what i'm doing and that by little you know it. Just got better than ben. Stiller was lovely and a few nice things. He didn't know what was going through but he did say nice. Things in the fairly brothers were lovely and they were complementary nathan all. It's not. It's not as bad as i think and then pass so nervous. It's amazing. what was the turning point. When when when did you stop trying when you. When did you yesterday. I think after that film it felt better. It was only that first week really. That was that was tough and then and then the rest was just. It was so much fun. I had such a good time But it was the nerves they got the better of me of course just feeling like a fish out of water and really green. Yeah yeah what makes sense. I crazy that that was your first thing and then things just kept spiraling after. Yeah that was a great door opener. Guess more comedies. More romantic comedies. I love all the co star roles. You know because they're always the craziest like twenty presses. They get to be bridezilla like you know. There's just they're just so much fun. Day yeah totally. Everyone's always looking for the leads and in growing up there are always the most boring totally agree now. It seems like you're producing a lot of things. Are you then looking for it. You get to them. Say i imagine you get to pick these roles. I like to do this as an actor. So i can put myself. I'm really enjoying i. Think the catalyst for me was when i tanya came out harding robbie it was so good but i was so pissed and i called major. Why wasn't i called in for this. I i was a skater for ten years. Thank god. I can't believe that this did. They didn't put it together and that's when they said well margot robbie actually she produced it and this was her project and that's when the light bulb went off and i went of course. That's exactly what i need to be doing. I have to cripple margot robbie. Exactly when you're gonna say in time. I found you as i china so so from then on i. Just i've been working on. You know option too short story now by new york times bestseller that developing into this series. I've got a few different things that i'm trying to put together from the ground up that i really wanna do and then along. The way to friends of mine are people acquaintances. That i know now know that. I want to produce so been coming to me with different projects new a choosing the projects that i think i can do something with her help. Put them together. What about directing something. I would love to but i still think i need a couple more years. I only say that because it's so all consuming and my son is only seven. And i wanted therefore him more about that. But i just. I see the toll it takes on directors and.
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"You should definitely run. I think i'll start there. Yeah at what point did you stop doing news. At what point were you like to the music. They are you doing while. You're bartending in toronto. In music thing was when. I got out here actually. I had done music before i came up here to act but i didn't get any acting jobs. The first year. I was here and i happened to meet these three italian rockers and they were looking for a lead singer because they had heavy. They're like you want to seeing in the bed and as i. I don't know how to say teach you. No problem at the nebraska. Might be the jets said moore. Who doesn't want to fantasize about being a rock star. Nothing else was going for me. Says you know what why not. I'll i had to write been lyrics by the way i am not a writer. Listen to the music it's terrible. There's no problem this is what the deal in said. Now you re right. I how many cultures can offend wait. What did you think was your first thought like. Oh these guys are full shit like hitting on your no a no not at all. They were actually. I know like their music was wonderful. Oh they were actually brought out to america by steed. luca third. who's in the band. Toto clearly loves them and so it wasn't like it but what happened was when they got out here and they started recording stuff. Whoever was recording them said listen man. Like i'm just going to be honest to the lead guitarist slash singer he's like your accent is just. It's just way too heavy and it really was and less music great singer and all that but they just they're like you need to find a frontman or front woman or something and so my god. It's funny it just was like one of those crazy things. Status fell into. I mean when an italian tell you they're going to teach you how to sing like our studio is a tiny little room and the singing booth was the closet in the closet trying to sing notes. I've never sung before in my life. And i have an italian yelling at me. This thing it. I am trying to sing. I don't know how to hit a note how what so. That's what i'm struggling with this. I did you questioning. Like why me what. What did they see in me. I know what they saw. Someone spoke english and could be like look like a front runner struggling actress. Desperate like where she's a. She's a good looking check and we'll give it a try. You know desperate justin. No that's true that's true but like without any. Wow so you are getting frustrated or you like off so we had so many fights. I mean to be fair. It wasn't like he would be the band he did. He did go in and like he kind of tested my voice out soon here. He said yeah. I can hear the united trained singer. But i like the sound of your voice and i will help you. I will help you help train you but yes. We did that for like a year and a half. We wrote a whole album when we did the whole thing. We did the viper room with the roxie. You know the c o much fine ipad. Were you nervous on state. Had you done any to performing on stage like theater ever never. I was so nervous. Net was one of the biggest things that guitar player would get mad at me. He's like you have to speak like in between songs. You have to get the crowd. I would just stand there and wait for them to like. Get the key right under for the next okay. We'll be right back with the next song you know. It's like what am i. Look like the charisma. That's fine the in betweens. I was really shy as a as a teenager. I don't think i found my voice. I was maybe about seventeen. I barely spoke super shy. Only hang out with the guys. 'cause i didn't speak enough to like chitchat with girls so i just hung out with my boys and just let them takeover in sin. Listen any french fries at your coordinating supervising to me different personnel. How you said you were like an outsider like a. I just never really knew what to say. And i didn't Girls are so talkative. In i just and i wasn't at the time and so i like it didn't have anything to offer an and not all the stories that i made up my head. Of course it's too. They may have been intimidated by. You may be. I mean but also not and i know people say this but i really still like flat tested braces. There wasn't much to be intimidated by a shy. You know. I remember all the boys in high school you know. It's pretty shallan. The guys like her kids will do a good impression of we. Got her tits doer. Yeah i know sorta. I heard as much as i could but now i have. I couldn't imagine living in a world without my close girlfriends. Are everything to me or your friends than from toronto. So there guys there guys were still there. So yeah but i am. I moved. I was in agra on the lake for a while where i gained a few really great friends Girlfriends and them have. They're still my best girlfriends One of them actually moved in with me. When i was going through my divorce and i just had my son She moved in when my son was six months old and stayed for a year and a half and helped me raise my son. That is incredible. Childhood friends. That i've known since i was twelve. Oh my god attempting to perform on stage and then probably getting better at it and more used to it. Did that then lead. You're having the confidence to pursue acting. I liked acting already from. I mean i started in canada. Maybe when i was eighteen oh and i did and i did do do tv commercials and stuff funnily enough and on but it was. It's like lakers saying you know you get to live vicariously and you get to be someone. Outgoing in character rate escaped from me chats. Why really loved. It is because i could be sometimes who i wanted to be. But it's not the character but then you had all the the meetings going into meetings. And i remember coming out here with my one of my best girlfriends from toronto and she was so brave various certa than i really looked up to her. It was learning through watching. And i remember one day. I had to walk into a manager's offsets looking for manager. And i just thought all right. I'm gonna do this the way laura would have done it. They walked in and i just pretended to be confident. And it works so yeah. Yeah well it's a cliche for a reason that intimacy no wake up and if you're if you're sad or you have we all have stories in our heads that we are able to control and change your sad wake up every morning and say thank you in the mirror five times or tell yourself you're beautiful five times. Believe it at first but you do it every single day and after a while the synopsis in your brain start. Oh you train your. It's like you can train your emotional brain. Is it mind over matter. Like what if actually proven that Your neuro neuro From your left to your right brain transplant neuro transmitters. Maybe is the blind leading. But something in your brain actually physically changes in newly. Push yourself to think differently but you have to do it for a while. In order chain pattern. Obviously but yeah you it is. It is really possible. Nets mind over matter. you're a very good example of that and you've obviously turned one of the best so this is a good version of it but i wonder if there are. I wonder if there if this happens where somebody does version of what you were doing. Where there i'm going to be. I'm going to beat this person. I mean i remember trying to be cool and like on meetings. And like i look back at some talk show early talk show stuff and i cringe because i'm like there's there's nothing more embarrassing than seeing somebody who's not cooled trump. You know what i mean like. They try to be cash. It's the worst. But i wonder if people then end up playing like really adopted. I mean we all know this phony like super active. So i wonder if so i guess it can go. There needs to be needs to go hand in hand with south work and really the real questions is going. Is the story. That i'm telling myself everyday is true museums the opposite..
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I do remember when emanuel streaky former guest show When she introduced she was like. I thought she was joking when she said you were in a punk band or you in a band with lead. Sarah rock band 'cause i was like i. It's not what you expect you know. And it was also the setting to a more modern. It was a very yet. It was fancy fancy she she fraud dressed up and you really can't have but that one thing we don't don't judge a book by its cover and you also think think of all the comedians that i'm sure you've met along the way who are really dark inside united. Know what i mean like. They're funny on the outside. But wow did they ever have stuff going on. Yeah this lateness that you see in front of you real dark. Oh let's let's talk about that just getting to know me. Well you're you're too good of an actress to not have any of that but isn't it the nice thing about acting you get to kind of explore. That's our aunt. You live sort of vicariously through her character. I really miss the wake. Arctic it. yeah. I can't wait idea to what's the thing in new mexico in santa fe. It's an vampire cool. I've never done that before. In a friend of mine wrote the script and called me up and said do you wanna eat pianist. You may be one do role A little role and then he knows my husband is well and he's like i really loved for jack to be one of these. The gap. sure. I mean this would be so fun to gather jack. Looks like he could be a vamp. Like i kind of sexy. Like vampire it kind of Who's the guy in one of those interview stuart. townsend. He's kinda yesterday towns. That i can tell jack he's gonna love you for. He looks the funny thing is their is that he's playing the complete opposite like i'm not even youtuber hair kind of blonde like kind of like surf ac- and just june hold like influencers thing which you know he s doing american accent and the complete opposite of what you think vampire play like the old jack is also in in france giving infants giving yeah he looks great that but he's super funny in it he i mean he had him and his friends created a standup No an improv group. In england's hat was out on it was all on youtube. It's called they're called the chuckle dusters And they were hilarious. I mean that's what. He grew up with his the improv staff but he ended up getting this he calls it a swords and sandals show in england on the bbc. Did you meet him on the show on l. that we've known each other for a few years. We were acquaintances. Actually my youngest sister's fiance's friend from drama. School did tom tom. Yes exactly so. It's tom's friends. So jack would come into town renowned like a year from england. My sister would call me up today. Kay thompson i mean jackson town. Do you mind if we come in. Hang out. I have pool here at my house and yeah no. I wasn't even. I wasn't girl interested in all the wrong. I was going through a divorce. So i was wild and going for all the wrong people even gave you advice. I remember. i had gone to lake flown out to new york to be with them for new year's eve. And then when i got this guy was like Some actually practicing celibacy at the moment. What are you kidding. Me and i remember jack. I telling jack this story and goes are you sure you didn't get like a tv or something and didn't wanna give it to us like oh my god anyway think that that was the first conversations had jack to twice. Its it concerns me a little bit. That is so astute when it comes to that but He's right. I who knows i'd never spend out. I don't. I don't care to find out what this after you had flown all the way to new york. I'm sorry but you know our relationship is just physical boxes so obviously coming up to newark one thing and one thing only here as you're saying we can cut off we can cut with boundaries. I do you ever hear about a moment. Somebody had just wish immediately that you could like be there for just a witness it. That's one of those moments. I wish i could swing this your reaction or guard because you're so not. You're so. I'm sure you were like i'm sure you weren't like what we were supposed to. Gal that's not. I didn't think of anything. I was like fine. He's going through some thing. I wish he would have told me beforehand. Yeah i probably still would have gone out to be fair because my best friend lives in new york for new years and it was wonderful but it was. It was pointing. That's so funny. So he's but so he somebody that's that's also interesting that you're getting to know him without that like a separate from any sort of cats sexual stuff. You know walking. Yeah yeah and we got to know each other really well rose all these crazy stories of his girlfriends at the time in mike crazy escapades I took a year finally to look into allegations escaping from this situation. I finally like two years in. I think settled down and started going to therapy and self love in. You know taking courses on meditation in really focusing on my son and and after that year jack came back to visit again here and he was no longer with his crazy girlfriend. And we'd all gone at night and it was the first time we sat beside each other really chatted and i realized why but it still wasn't make a love at first sight moment it was just like oh he's really cute. I mean the you just and he hopefully not practicing celibacy no you. It's like you see somebody. It's like you have clarity about everything. I absolutely think that we have journeys and doesn't mean that we have to be with one person or whole life. I still didn't save. I don't say forever to jack. Even now and i i hope so. One can only hope. But i don't. I don't believe that that needs to be true. I think we should be able to grow with each other as long as we can. And then when we stop growing. I think let's just call a spade and thank each other for what we had you know. Do you think that's something that came from your family or from your culture. I think that's just years of Introspective trying to listen to my own guts. Of what really want and who. I am as a person which is still a journey but i know that for a fact. I don't ever want to beat myself up. I think that you know society in general is told us what thing what relationship should look like what love should look like in none of it is true it like whatever you want to play and it doesn't have to be marriage it doesn't have to be. It can be a relationship of three people. It can be to whatever you want whenever works for. You guys are inviting. I just wanna make sure since you're inviting a third person in. Yeah okay well. We should start recording all right. This has been later shorts. Well i'm down. I mean if you end up opening opening something up to a third conversation with jack. I'm sure you should probably..
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"All the restaurants have moved outside. You know and walk. They've shut down a lot of streets. And so chris and i just it was. It was so nice that we ended up. I think we were there for three hours. Having coffee in bet. That sounds lovely. Just appreciating the taken for granted before all this. You know like ashes being outside with people walking really nice. Seeing people seem join a cup of coffee with a friend like this is wonder how. How has it been like what i've noticed. I love what you did with your son early on you. Were doing little like so sweet. Little crafty things with with quake via really great craft home and then innocent. Here's a video a couple of months. Mullets this is a whole new. No i'm doug we do every day you know that's actually been the toughest part is you know i. I am more of like The type of mother am is. Let's get out and go on an adventure do something. I'm not like the crafty. Sit at home and tinker road up with really great science projects and stuff like that strikes me. That's probably how your parents were raised. You guys adventure now. No we were never the board game family or email. And i do level. It was for us. You were after doers doers. All the time. I doing stuff What did you to me were. My dad is is still an insurance broker. He has built himself up to his own company. And my mom It changes every day depending on who. She feels like. she's been holed. I assume mainly benefit instructor and waitress But she'll sometimes come to set in being their makeup trailer with being into you know. I'm a makeup artist. As well. And i go go really worked. They got the st lauder counter. Sears for two days. I'm ashley chef. A professional chef to the craft service people. She's she's dental but she owned a health food store for a while she worry. She's very good with nutrition. Yes she's i didn't know yogurt was white until i was probably six or seven years old. That was green because she'd mix fairly men with it took questions when i actually got out in the world. God that's a funny way to be isolated in with with like nutrition. Does she come to. La often only like once a year getting to the point where she wants to sound. Homebase folks. I wanna meet her. I'm so curious to meet. Or less. I will into al call you next time season while it's a trip. I bet you were telling me about her. Can't believe it. Forget about survivor. Last time i saw you Everybody was like going on. Survive with the cast. Your cast from watchmen. Oh yeah that's right yes right. There's another fund. Gosh had you done stuff like that. But for those that are convention like a a horror comic con type thing. That was my first time. Oh that's right. Yeah probably not too many of those. Yeah the great. Thank you for the twentieth anniversary. It's will now. I can imagine doing something like can you. Yeah it's too many people one place not gonna have. I'm wondering how it's going to be when we have. You worked since this thing. I haven't. We're actually just about to leave on monday to go work for the first time for a week on to new mexico. I'm still excited and You know we haven't been child free since the lockdown. It's going to be. Actually i say we not like me as we but me and my husband. He's also in the phone. So we're gonna go together cool excited about some very curious to how it's gonna be filming sort of under krona virus. I'm about to start start on monday. Something atlanta. I know when you said you were doing press. I looked up You're in like what are you doing for specifically zero like four things now so there are three things that are out right now. There's and they all just happened to fall into the same pocket which is amazing like one of the films. It's called friendsgiving. Oh yeah two. And a half years ago right i remember you too. I had a movie at read. Our my brother and i that we were doing kept mentioning it They were shooting at that time. It was a long time on ben stiller produced. This will nikki. Wants to myself in nikki. Read our it really. And of course ben ben is so busy so he you know we call each other times. It's so nice. To come. Full circle from the kid l. mandated in hollywood. It was yeah film in hollywood. Yeah i didn't know that it went from the comeback was the first job i got in hollywood along with the cujo right after that. Some doors opened up for auditions and i got a break. Oh wow mullen i. I don't know why. I just assumed. I don't know why that because that was in the late. Two thousand two thousand eight two thousand. That was even maybe like two thousand. Yeah she doesn't six seven. Meanwhile the comeback was something that people look. I can't tell you the number of people who recommend that to me what you've seen the comeback right. I still haven't which i'm embarrassed to say. L. have idea. Yeah i i just not embarrassed enough to rectify it. How did you get that then from sweden so you had been living in sweden. I'll do you mean the combat year. No i was in canada right in. I was in candidates. Since i was two years old when and i was there for twenty two years. And then i got flown. Net here for an audition out for a screen test. Actually from an outage in canada for a movie called the hot chick that retirement adams elsa got rights to way. How do you say how did you just say you got flown. What on a loan. Ut al it was light. I just heard it slate kind of goes. I tried to be sorry. Sorry that note. I say would love. I fucking love canadians whereas in toronto you grow in toronto. Yeah i never even i remember. I was bartending. Toronto at the age like nineteen twenty americans because drinking age. They're toronto's nineteen. Oh i remember. Americans coming in and.
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Amazing race. Oh the survi- the swedish survivor knows. That's my god. She killed it. I mean she lasted four weeks out of ten. She's seventy he like beat at you know what's it called in english. Now where you like squat down your lead against a wall but your position like it's like you're sitting on a chair but you're not sitting on anything europe than your lead against a wall isn't that said. I don't know this. I've said for two reasons. English is my only language and that's an exercise move. What is the way to those. If you just like audit down and you put your back against the wall and you try to like sit here and they had. They did a competition on how long you hold off. She can hold it for nine minutes. Get out of here. Oh my god. Oh i can hold it for maybe two. Maybe if i'm on a really good day. Oh my god. I'm doing it right now for if anybody's listening that's really hard. Holy minutes is not so they're like feats of strength like that. Is it the same. Wow yes she beat out a lot of young men in their forties. It was pretty incredible but then she thought basically the starvation got her. She was starting to get dizzy and faint because she wasn't getting enough foods then she thought you know what i am seventy. I'm not gonna push it too hard too much further but strength wise. She's incredible i saw. She had maybe just been predisposed to that kind of a competition. Like you said no she. This was a brand new just like a spur of the moment has been a dancer and a fitness instructor. Holy is also a viking okay. So she was sort of predisposed to. Oh my god well. Were you able to spend time with her. Have you her since all this happened. Do you know what. We ended up going to sweden in june at the end of june. My dad lives in a small little beach town. At in the south of sweden. My mom lives on an island and so we ended up going cova darty sort of passed through my dad's beach town and him. My sister is down there and they have a new baby and all of her baby daddies family had got kobe. And my dad. And stepmom had been hanging out with they had all been like interlaced together. Luckily my dad didn't get but obviously had been exposed to it while weird thing about covert where it's i. You know the mom and dad of my sisters is called adam The mom didn't get it in the dad and the sisters and everyone else got it. As soon as they found out it was kind of like. Well we've all been hanging out so we're all gonna either have it or not but anyway it had passed room we thought ra and that was already like april probably so we thought well we'll. This is the perfect opportunity because they've all been exposed in probably an answer. he's probably. My husband has antibodies. I don't have anything so it's like. It's super weird to heave. Get it did. He have any symptoms now. Nothing he was one of those symptomatic people. I'm fascinated by how sweden is responding to this because they're just dealing with very swedish in a very swedish way that very well it is. It's a lot of people died in the beginning on. Let's be honest elderly. Didn't it just kind of swept through all the old age homes. They have pulled back a lot now in sweden. But it is. It's a small country and so it's easier to control and i feel like sweden is very logical just in general in the way that they approach thing. It's it's not very fear based it's not very religious base in so A lot of times. I feel like you're in america as much as it is absolutely real. There's no question about it. It's just there's so much fear that's put put into so many aspects of move instead of going all right. These are the facts and it's terrible. So now you guys have take care of yourselves and your life is in your hands and we're gonna take the precautions we can as a government But here's what we suggest and that's it instead of going to the facts is yeah just the facts and then from there. let's do our vets. Are you agree with you. The problem is in. We might have to cut this out because it's inherently insulting when i'm about to say about americans. Is that swedes to me. Are i mean it. It doesn't this show. Isn't this indicative of I mean you don't have to answer this but it it strikes me that how they've approached this and how other countries approaching this speaks to a general attitude that people have about countries have about Communal living and how and how much they care about one. Another This thing is amplified my suspicions about certain cultures. We don't have to get into but you guys are the best. I mean swedes. You're just the best in canadian and come to find out. You are a combination of both asian of getting on its. Oh and i'm holding back. This is like i'm played very all right all right. You don't wanna you don't wanna give too much anyway. I know i'm i'm a very gushy person and I love hanging out with you all the time. Every time rounded so fun but So i got over time in In new york you during that festival the theater can't remember yes williamstown but after god headset. Great night after so far. Why were you there. You're shooting a movie in upstate. New york always shitting lady with dan. Stephen stephen's new. Chris abbott that right yet with sam rockwell. So thanks raft over so funny. Mitchell chris. 'cause i just saw him again. I hadn't seen him maybe since then and he was the first person that just very recently like hung out with in new york. Outside with people walking it was it was surprisingly nice felt very like european. All the restaurants have moved outside. You know and walk. They've shut down a lot of streets. And so chris and i just it was. It was so nice that we ended up. I think we were there for three hours..
"malin" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"I remember the first girl. I was really like in love with when i was a teenager and i remember working up the courage to go over to her house and tell her how i felt. I remember being incredibly difficult. Really suck myself up. And i just gotten my driver's license. Maybe my permit and that song. By the cranberries dreams had recently come out and i was obsessed with it. I was listened to it constantly and it was and the days we had tape players. You'd have to rewind it. And i pulled into our driveway. My parents pontiac bonneville wood paneling on station wagon and blasting oh the turn the car off inside And just declared how felt and i did it shoe. Turn me down in a very sweet way. We were still friends. We ended up going on a couple of years later but got back in my car. I would try to play it cool. Oh yes sure. Get nowhere got back in my car and Started crying took a moment. And i started crying that i noticed during the window of her house of looking out a pretend. Everything's okay. And i went back to wave and smile. And i turned on the car and i forgot that i've been blasting dreams by the cranberries and it came on again full blast and i didn't want to turn down the song immediately because i didn't want her to think that i. I thought that was awkward. So i just kept the song playing full blast pulling out of her driveway smiling at her hoping she didn't see the tears. Poor little ill. Maybe if you'd showed up with the boombox over your head things would have been different. Or yeah. I know i i had seen that movie in idolized john. I like how you slipped into that story that it worked out a couple of years. I could be dream life. Good being who you're listening to life is short. I'm your host just long night injuries. Sweet to do and with ms always is also Teenage lover you'd be what's well as no no and i'd like to also in addition to my brother clever roy you had been at one point a teenager in love yes of course ended your first one. The first one that you love just jumped into my head. Major atla must be teenager in major in a. that's your version. I mean that's your part of the song which you stop at the bubbles during. I tell you don't know you're doing it. So your your base part when you're in your band your acapella van teenager. No no no. There's a lot more to it than that. But yes i was. I was a teenage now in thinking about angsty mo that time you know. Oh yeah while. i'm telling you high cried. My car the cranberries but the you were angsty. I was thinking they were they were. I'm not. I don't know it yet. That's true. I wonder if she if i wonder if i've ever told her that i was crying at this point as a forty two year. Old man. I don't think it's something to be particularly embarrassed. I know you're a kid. The idea of her seeing me crying then was so embarrassing. That i think i'm i'm thinking about it as a teenager. A from in that brain using brain is still kind of embarrassed by well. You shouldn't be because it's very personal now. But now for a man to show his vulnerable emotional side. It's like the most woke cool thing you can do. What what who was your. I love your first or the one in high school that you declared your love to ended it workout. Oh it always worked out first time. You're like i. Gotta i gotta tell you you know. I never really openly did that. I don't think i ever like. Nor have i ever really. We've talked about this. I think i've never really approached a stranger and started to convert link-up stranger that i was attracted to and started conversation ever. I don't think so i'm not saying it to happens off it but it's very rare for me. I mean i wish you'd Met strangers the past. But it's usually when. I'm like out with some friends and someone's people next year. Yeah there's something brings me there. Of course yes. Just to like approach lou weather voyeur. A man man. I don't think i've ever done. It both have a hard time approaching female strangers. It just seems especially now in this climate. It feels so it's predatory. I can't imagine doing it. I don't know unless like you said there was some something happened like some anything any event. Even if it's somebody drops something or why are we talking about young. Love and our harpic. Young heartbreak break I was a kid when this happened with this heartbreak occurred. Oh yeah and. I was technically fifteen. That's a kid. That's especially you. Because i looked like i was eight. So you're a kid. You're going through heartbreak and as fate would have it. Our guest today was in a film called the heartbreak kid and try our guest. Today is the very beautiful very funny warm easy One of my favorite. What's your name. I'm getting there okay. Very patient mall akron well. She's swedish. do i generalize a lot about wonder if i'd you generalize a lot about canadians and swedes. That's specifically what. I was thinking of armed them. This is what i think. It's safe to say yet to meet a swedish person that i didn't at least really like have you met ten or more swedish people. I bet i have. I'm thinking of five of them now. sick i'm sure. It crew members in london swedish people. I've never had a bad swedish experience. Either a swedish person who is like unfriendly or Was rude or you know. I just i. It hasn't happened to me. And i'm sure they exist course. Of course they exist. of course they're out there and maybe one of you listening has had that kind of experience. And i'd love to hear about it. I've had good finish experiences to yes and norwegian skin leaving. I don't have a lot of norwegian experience. But i've talked a little bit. I i know. I got are they. Impressive mullen ackerman. Aside from being swedish is also a very talented actress. I'd never seen her. Give a false note you know. I've never seen her like act. She's just such a natural and funny and that's what she plays a lot of Code leads in like comedies too. Well you mentioned. Harper kit have spent stiller. Plays opposite vince. Vaughn in couples retreat. She's and we get into this. She seems so Self-assured when it comes to her role in those movies that she she seems like she can go up against comedic titans like that and and she always holds her own. She always brings something fresh and natural to a rolex that she was also in the watchman. Yeah yeah that's right. What a fun movie. I really love that movie. She's on the show billions. Yes known her for a long time. Your old friends old friends old friends through a former guest guest. Show manual streaky. You've never experienced heartbreak with her though. No but i imagine there's heartbreak potential shir with. She possesses that the shanti shirts. Yeah don't you think yeah. I think she's There's not well. But i i've met times and she is very impressive person. I'm sure there are things. Of course she has flaws. But here's the thing everyone has flaws and she one of my favorite traits is kinda owns those flaws. She's like aunt she's very honest person. Let's hear it. You can hear her in all her. Glory charming glory. The incredibly charming.
US Supreme Court rejects Trump bid to reverse election
"States dealing him a crushing setback in his quest to undo his election. Loss to president elect. Joe biden the justices in a brief order said. Texas did not have legal standing to bring the case against georgia michigan. Pennsylvania and wisconsin. The four states illegal filing with the court on thursday asked the justices to reject the lawsuit which they said had no factual or legal grounds trump's campaign and his allies already had lost in numerous lawsuits in state and federal courts challenging the election results lawyers for trump and his allies. The failed to present evidence in court of the type of fraud. He has alleged trump and many of his fellow. Republicans have made unfounded claims that the expansion of malin voting during corona various pandemic leads to biden fraudulently winning in election battleground states appearing to make no concessions are exceptions for voters not wanting to get infected by corona virus at polling places. Democrats and other critics have accused trump of seeking to shatter public belief in the integrity of us elections and sabotage american democracy. The texas lawsuit argued that changes made by the four states to voting procedures amid the pandemic to expand mail in voting will unlawful texas asked the supreme court to immediately blocked the four states from using the voting results to appoint presidential electors to the electoral college which sheds to formerly pick the winner on monday. A covid nineteen vaccine from pfizer and partner bio and tech was the first to gain the federal government's
"malin" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune
"No not yet. I mean i'd start working. I was modeling at that time. Oh girl singer. I when they would modeling i mean. For like this year's catalog like winnie. The pooh pajamas are eight. It was it wasn't what higher hired times but if paid the bills we have the same journey. No i obviously did not model my oldest brother modeled. He did modeling for the mall. The moral burton spray. You know it's amazing home for people and they did a fashion shows in the mall. of course they did. I remember going and seeing those fashion shows. How did you even get into that like some someone you in a mall. That's the malls. Were the place you either got. You either got discovered for modeling or kidnapped yet one of the other. luckily it was the first one. Yes or are you got you hooked up with boys in the food court or yeah or you just love. The i loved all the options. Yeah i mean the mall is great truly. It was like what do i choose. Beats the chinese sandwiches learn. Dr. you don't have the cheesy. Could just go from one to the other to the other. We have putin in canada. It was my volume offsides with greatly in kurds of cheese. It sounds disgusting. But it's the best thing ever so you're gonna mall and mall because we moved from toronto. We were in a small town for four years called lake and And then my mom we heard about this. A modeling competition like search for ford models was coming into town and we were not in time to submit like that but my mom thought we should go anyway in the of course she liked pushed me up towards the friend of this day. She knows better off balance. She's like when i i just didn't like child modeling when with her for catalogs in as a kid thank you so i did some commercials Than got out of we moved to the small town was just being a kid inside. She pushed me to the front of stage end. It worked because the guy who is holding the whole competition came up after a cayenne. No you're too late for this competition but the two have you for the next one and toronto and so it just kept going in and then i started modeling in that was to pay the bills. You know yeah different different trajectory. My dad i begged my dad to take me to a open casting. Call for wild and crazy. Kids nickelodeon show yeah and i pushed..
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Taking Up Challenges To More Than 8,000 Philadelphia Ballots Filed By Trump Campaign
"Court will take up challenges to more than 8000 ballots in Philadelphia. This legal challenge filed by President Trump's campaign, the High court's five member Democratic majority, agreed to take up the case that the city's request And the question of whether state law requires counties to disqualify Malin or or absentee absentee ballots ballots where where a a voter voter didn't didn't write. write. Certain Certain information information in in this this case case involves involves balance balance where where the the voters voters signed signed the the outer outer envelope envelope but but didn't didn't hand hand write write their their name, name, address address or or a a date date on it. The court says the case doesn't involve an accusation of fraud or irregularities to Republican justices dissented. Philadelphia judge upheld the City Election Commission's decision to count the votes over the objections of the Trump campaign either way, the balance involved in too few to overturn the result in Philadelphia. And in Pennsylvania. Joe Biden won the Commonwealth by more than 80,000 votes in Philadelphia had its highest voter turnout since 1984. That's one takeaway from the now completed count of ballots in the city. That announcement coming last night, hours after the Trump campaign was dealt a blow by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. And Rudy
"malin" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I m on with mario lopez mario lopez joining me now on zoom from the new movie. Friendsgiving actress melania crimen. Welcome to the show. Always love to see you your needs to do. So where are you speaking to us from. Today i'm in i'm at home. I'm just threw a sheet behind me. A c- can't see all the mess. That's in my own. God very professional. I love it. You know what thanksgiving doesn't get the same amount of love as other holidays. I've always said it's a very underrated holiday. So i love the title friendsgiving. What's the premise. Some friends giving. It's actually a friend of mine. Nicole found who wrote and directed this film. and its. we've had so many friendsgivings together we're all none of us are My family's over in sweden by the way we don't have thanksgiving in sleeveless to know. There's you know i've never. I never see family over thanksgiving So we had a ton of friendsgivings in nikola's felt like is a great holiday to bring all these crazy characters together and create a fun film And at the core of it you have my character molly and jennings character abby. Who are really great friends. And they're both going through the same time But dealing with it very differently and that is sort of a little bit of a parallel in real life as to what happened with me and nicole. We were both going through separations at same time Over giving or fence giving you know that is a very very. I think i read somewhere while back in just from experience. I know this. It's such a popular time unfortunately for couples to break up. I think guys don't want to commit to the gift giving. That's coming around the corner at time with the family i mean right. Yeah i did it. It's the precursor to the next step. Which i hear ya i know. It is unfortunate very relatable. I can't wait to check it out in great cast. You mentioned cad innings. Of course yourself senate aisha tyler. Wanda sykes Was there a lot of improv. On the saturday has pretty much Stuck in a lot of improv..
Do Trump’s legal challenges have any chance of changing Pa.’s election results?
"Election night in Pennsylvania. The vote tally was Donald Trump 52%. Joe Biden 44%. One week later. Donald Trump 49% Joe Biden 50%. In Michigan on election night, Donald Trump 54%. Joe Biden 44%. One week later. Trump 48 Biden 51. In Georgia Election night Trump 53 Biden 45. One week later. Trump 49 Biden 49.5 and still counting So what the deuce happen. Mail in ballots happened. Did they really break for Biden? That big? That is the root of the current controversy? One which the FBI is now investigating? Now, Joe Biden believes he won the race handily. The media has deemed him President elect. No official body has done that. Just the media. And Mr Biden ran with it as any candidate would Gave a speech saying he's gonna unite everybody to give him a chance. All of that. So Biden is in the strong position here. President. Trump also said he won on election night which was true. At that moment. But then, of course, he was overwhelmed by Malin balance the president refusing to concede. His administration believes there was cheating. Now the FBI as I mentioned is investigating. But it would take a lot for a court. To intervene. Federal judges don't like to be election deciders, even if the Supreme Court level But some votes upon examination will be thrown out. And in states like Arizona. Where it's still razor thin. That could matter. In Pennsylvania. Right now, the vote difference is 45,000 Biden ahead. That's not a lot of votes, however, to throw out 45,000 votes because some of them are invalid. That's a lot In Michigan is a whopping 129,000 votes separating Joe Biden from Donald Trump in Georgia. Just 12,000 votes. And that state will recount Now there. Donald Trump is a chance. Also in Arizona, less than 15,000 votes separate the leader Biden. From the president. And they're still counting. In Arizona. As Yogi Berra once said, It's not over. Till it's over. But Yogi voted in person. This year. Male in Valence turned the entire election around. Was it honest? I don't think we're ever going to know. I don't think that Donald Trump is going to have enough to become the next president. It will be Joe Biden unless the FBI finds a catastrophe.
Biden nears victory with lead in Pennsylvania
"Over President Trump in Pennsylvania is up to more than 12,000 votes, but 40,000 ballots remained to be counted in Philadelphia alone. More than 100,000 statewide recount is triggered in Pennsylvania if the margin is within half a percentage point, and so far that margin is within that number. We heard from Mayor Kenny, who told President Trump to put his big boy pants on and stand down, making baseless claims about election fraud and votes being stolen. The city commissioners say this election has seen by far the largest number of mail in ballots in the city's history. 337,000 just outnumbered by the in person votes, 353,000 In a couple hours we expect to hear from the city commissioners. Another 2 to 3000. Malin Boat votes again. 40,000 remain to be counted in Philadelphia. And they say it may take several days to complete the reporting of that counting. The electoral college vote remains 2 53 for Biden or the The Projection Anyway. Remains of 253 for Biden. President Trump with 213 need to 70 to win Pennsylvania's 20 could put Biden would put Biden over the top, and we do here from the Biden campaign. That the candidate will speak at some point tonight. We would expect that to be from Wilmington, where he has spoken for the last couple days. No further guidance on what time that is. But of course, we would bring that to you Live. The other
Live Updates: Election 2020
"Just more than two weeks to go before the election, things are heating up on the campaign trail. President Trump made two stops yesterday. Florida and Georgia. Georgia has surprisingly become a battleground state this election cycle while there he talked about proven 19 and its effects on his wife and youngest son, barren, barren, tested positive. The first lady is doing great, and she didn't do the Regeneron things. He did it The old fashioned like she got better. Joe Biden was in Michigan yesterday. With more here is correspondent Skylar Henry do anything to distract us from focusing on his failures? To deal with his virus by then continued to focus on the president's handling of the Corona virus pandemic during stops in Michigan, a swing state where polls show him leading how many times in WC make fun of Biden wearing a mask. Experts say We'll lose nearly 200,000 more lives in the next few once all because this president cares more. About his Park Avenue perspective on the world in the stock market than he does about you. Earlier this week, three people in the orbit of the bidet Harris campaign tested positive for Corona virus. Campaign said Neither Biden and Harris were in close contact with those people. Harris suspended travel plans through tomorrow out of an abundance of caution. Pennsylvania Secretary of State answered questions about the upcoming general election and the wildly popular melon ballots. W skin glow. Vis has more on that Secretary of State Kathy Book far says there have been 2.7 million Malin or absentee ballots approved statewide and so far 26% of them have been returned. He's urging all voters who requested mail in ballots to return them this week to avoid any delays in the mail, But book for ads if you asked for a mail in ballot and changed your mind and wanna vote in person. You can do that when you get your bounce in the mail. Hold onto it. Hold on to the whole thing. The balance and the envelopes. Go on November 30, your polling place When you get to the poll workers hand in your whole ballot and Hannah envelopes and just city. I want to surrender my mail in ballot. I want a vote in person. Marcus Brown of the Department of Homeland Security, joined book far and said he Congar Inti. This will be a safe and secure voting season, Brown said. This is not the first time that concerns like voter fraud rigged elections and threats of violence have been raised at an election and police and election to fish. Lt's are prepared. Brown also said if you have any issues at a polling place, first, contact election officials on site and then contact local law enforcement Kim Glovis K Y. W News radio There's
As Trump attacks democracy, both parties vow orderly election.
"Donald Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. If he loses drew swift blowback yesterday from both parties in Congress and lawmakers turns to unprecedented steps to ensure he can't ignore the vote of the people. Amid the uproar trump said, he's not sure the election will be honest. Congressional leaders including Senate majority, leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected trump's assertion that he'll see what happens before agreeing to any election outcome. Many. Other lawmakers including from trump's own Republican party vows to make sure voters wishes are followed ahead of inauguration day in January. And some Democrats what taking action including formerly asking trump's defense secretary, homeland, security adviser, and Attorney General to declare they'll support the November third results whoever wins. Ost as he was departing the White House for a campaign rally, if the election is only legitimate if he is the winner trump said. See. Trump's attacks on the upcoming vote almost without modern precedent in the US demonstrates rhetoric in line with autocratic dictatorships hitting as partisan tensions, rage, and more Americans than ever a planning to vote by mail because of the corona. Virus pandemic. Even. Without signs of illegality results could be delayed because of the pandemic leaving the nation exposed to groups or foreign countries seeking to provoke discord McConnell. GOP Senate leader said in a tweet the winner of the November election will be inaugurated on January twentieth. He said that will be an orderly transition just as there has been every four years since seventeen, ninety two. Nancy Pelosi said calm down Mr President you are in the United States of America is a democracy she said reminding trump, this is not North Korea Russia or other countries with strong leaders that he admires trump is fanning the uncertainty. As he floats theories, the election may be rigged. If he loses echoing warnings, he made ahead of the two thousand, sixteen voting even though past elections have not shown substantial evidence of fraud from Malin voting trump doesn't appear to have a strategy though if he wins. It is unclear if trump's lack of intellect is to blame or a genuine desire to sow doubt and create chaos around the election.
Los Angeles' Orange County gears up for November election
"Million million Americans Americans eligible eligible to to vote vote by by mail mail this this year, year, Spurred Spurred by by covert concerns, states are preparing for an unprecedented surge in mail in ballots. So what happens to your ballot after you mail it? Well, we asked my colleague Jolene Kent to take us to one of the largest and most prepared of although processing centers in the country, it's in Orange County, California south of Los Angeles. In Orange County, California, The final sprint to Election Day begins on October 5th in a month. All of these envelopes will be stuffed with ballots and sent out to voters. Once they're returned here to the registrar. That's when the process kicks into high gear. Orange County's nonpartisan chief Elections official, Neal Kelly oversees the fifth largest voting jurisdiction in the United States. He says he's running a military style operation to handle what's likely to be the biggest mail in vote ever. I think we're probably going to see upwards of 90% honestly for the November election that could add up to 1.2 million in Orange County. Kelly has been anticipating the onslaught from the pandemic in March, investing more than a million dollars in new machinery and doing dry runs to prepare. You know, I lose sleep a lot at night. I think every election official does. And one of the things that I was sleepover is making sure the voters understand their options. The options mill in your ballot early, drop it off in one of these secure drop boxes or deliver in person to a vote center starting four days before Election Day. You can, of course, always vote in person. So when your ballot arrives, the first thing it does is going to this piece of equipment. What this piece of equipment does in a very high speed. It's capturing an image of that signature in a split second. What happens if your signature is not legitimate? Goes to another tear for additional review, Comparing figures correct, correct human being is comparing every single thing. So if it's good balance, then these ballots come into this device right here, and this piece of equipment actually splits the envelope open. This operator with each individual ballots. Is he able to see the way I cast my ballot? No secrecy of the ballot remains because it stays folded here until it goes to another team for opening and flat. This is the moment of truth because now it comes in and we scan it, and we're capturing all the data with a voter, actually. Although Orange County captures mail in ballots as soon as they arrive, No actual votes are tallied until election Day. California allows ballots to arrive up to 17 days after Election Day as long as they're postmarked by November, 3rd. Kelly has 30 days by state law to count all the votes but believes they could finish in two weeks. As for the criticism from the White House mail in ballots will lead to the greatest fraud. Universal. Malin is a very dangerous thing. It's fraught with fraud and every other thing that could happen. I try and stay out of the political phrase the election official, right But just in general, when you talk about the security of mail in voting in general I think it has more secure aspects than in person voting. What we saw is a situation where the county has the time. Money and resource is to handle the expected surgeon mail in voting. But that's just not the case nationwide. Not all counties are this fortunate or prepared, Chuck
With unsubstantiated claim, Trump sows doubt on US election
"President trump is alleging foreign countries could perpetuate fraud in mail in balloting but he and many of his advisers have been voting by mail president trump has been tweeting against absentee voting making unsubstantiated assertions that foreign countries will print up millions of bogus ballots to rig the results and he's blasting people or states using cove it in order to cheat by using Malins the Associated Press is bound president trump voted by mail in the Florida primary earlier this year vice president Mike pence education secretary Betsy to boss press secretary Kelly mac Anne often vote by mail and so did Attorney General William Barr who's recently been echoing the president's concerns about fraudulent ballots from overseas Jackie Quinn Washington
Mail ballot surge places Postal Service under spotlight
"Last year the United States postal service delivered one hundred forty three billion pieces of mail this year the postal service to deliver tens of millions of ballots due to health concerns around the crown of virus outbreak police that's the plan the states have shifted their primaries to using mail in ballots on a large scale for the first time the U. S. P. S. it's been struggling there been problems with delayed delivery of completed ballots and requested mail in ballots that never appear sometimes it's been a handful of ballots sometimes been hundreds the USPS faces a huge budget shortfall thousands of workers have tested poet positive for cover nineteen and the president has called the agency a quote joke joining me now to look at what's behind the recent problems and what they mean for the election in November is Ryan McCarthy's reporter and editor who covers elections at ProPublica Ryan welcome thanks for having me great to be here all right so I'm going to use the word unprecedented speed you seem a lot a lot but is it accurate when it comes to the number of mail in ballots that American voters will be casting this year totally accurate you know in twenty eighteen about a quarter of Americans orders castor ballots by mail this year based on estimates from election experts in some states up to fifty percent could vote by mail this year so half the state's roughly had go by mail rates last year of under ten percent did you think about that increased state and local election officials have to build these large really complicated logistics operations at a time when there's a pandemic at a time when they're under budget pressure on the state level and a time when the US postal service itself is under huge pressure and and budget pressure itself so I want to be clear about this president trump has said in a statement that has been debunked repeatedly that mail in ballots would be substantially fraudulent that's not we're rich you're reporting on it isn't about any kind of fraud real or made up what are the issues that you have the issue that you've been diving into sure so we spent several weeks looking at whether or not a cash strapped severely diminished US postal service which as you said it's become a political football on a target of president trump could rise to the challenge of delivering an unprecedented amount of mail in ballots this year tens of millions in in the picture that we got in part from the US postal service track record which was not totally promising did they think they know about the US postal service is that after years of plant closures and cutbacks it's really not living up to its own delivery goals particularly for first math class mail which is how most election ballots are sent it has not hit any of its goals for first class mail in five years and according to a recent inspector general report the US postal service delivered ninety five percent of election mail on time last year which presents actually pretty good but if you think of four to five or six percent of ballots being delayed international mail in election then you get considerable chaos and it is also worth noting that in some of the work lowest performing areas of the country for election Malin twenty eighteen including in swing states like Florida Ohio and stuff like that almost eighty four percent of election mail was delivered on time so that's a huge difference that actually could be proved pivotal and I think election officials and voters this there isn't a widespread acknowledgement that the US postal service has been struggling and may not be capable of performing to the level that most people simply because let's talk about Ohio since you mentioned Ohio specifically there were problems in Butler County during the primary on April twenty eighth what happened yes so in Butler County which it would actually have been affected by some of the plant closures I talk to you about eight two US postal service employees showed up in the office the local director elections there this was three days after the deadline to count ballots it really is a tray of three hundred and seventeen open ballots that were too late to be counted and essentially those ballots have been sitting in a U. S. postal service warehouse uncounted for two weeks in the context here is that Ohio's election was crashed some of the rules that once were set up by the state legislature went against the advice of election officials and voting rights advocates and there had been such bad delays in mail delivery that the secretary of state Republican warned voters and pushed not only for the US postal service to add staff to process balance but also to make sure that ballots all ballots from Ohio voters were processed at at Ohio mail facilities in northwestern Ohio in cities like Toledo because of this wave of plant closures mail within two to three day process and Detroit it turns out was hit by some really bad code related delays with malice like a lot of places around the country and so so the Butler County incident was reflective of what's been happening in in a handful of states if your primary where there is this sort of circle of blame between the US postal service and local election officials were kind of baffled why did their ballots are not getting to voters in in some cases it's because of poorly conceived election operations in cases it seems to be U. S. postal service there in some cases it seems to be a mixture of the two
"malin" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Aspen. And it's just so basically right now we're working all the sixties and seventies job for the models and the props and the whole vintage ski world to come alive for people to hang these timeless moments in their home so that will come out in January or February but I believe it's January on each twenty so the evolution of the brand has been interesting and Mrs where we're at at the moment and love it before we wrap up. I have one more question. What does influence mean to you influence? I would say eating of influence. I think of other people who I admire. I guess I feel like it would be a role model if you if you're influencing someone I would hope that or if he you know you're when I think of the word influence I think of being a good role model that's and I look fat or gray. Thank you so much for being with us today and to sharing how you really started and grew your business how you stay true to yourself during the process of that how it's evolved and continues to evolve it's very inspiring and I love your work and I know so many listening. Love your work if they want to see more of your work where can they find you online? And where can they find you on social media it you so much? We have a gorgeous website. Www DOT gray nalen dot com and that is just has everything you could possibly want to see and we have a beautiful website blog area. That's all inspirational projects in ideas at Gmail dot com slash lifestyle and then on social media. It's at grey mainland. And if you want a peek into by kids in just maybe a little bit behind the scenes. I have a separate agreement on personal which is public and it's just fun space to be able to continue to be myself on the sidelines of my brand. Love it. Well thank you so much for being with us today and I cannot wait to see a what is to come in two thousand twenty two. Thank you so much Julie. All right that is it for today. Now as you know some of our best conversations actually happened after the show so. I want you to find me on Instagram head over our facebook group at the influence or podcast. And let me know your thoughts about today's show right. I will see you again. Same time same place next week..
"malin" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"I started shooting mylar balloons above the water and other bt ideas but that were kind of fun in. I shot an image that says I a busy with the mylar. Silver Balloons in the Caribbean bat became really big. And then I also went to Bolivia where I befriended and artists who mentored me on a project in the salt flats And I I shot an image of these two lamas with black and white balloons dream. Back in. That series also became really popular so I think it was really. I'm really glad when I look back and think about the fact that I didn't just settle for like oh I have a successful project. I kept going. I even went to an article and I shy before the whole swan floating but at a poolside. Swans became trendy. I shot these inflatables in the Arctic Tundra about a statement about global warming and In it under so glad that I kept digging in and I think other people out there needs to be on your toes At the beginning I had so much energy and I still do it just ungrateful that I spent the money. I did too key traveling to keep expanding and And it kept me from I think. Getting into a sort of stuck in a rut creatively. I kept moving and that was really important. I love what you said You you. You just kept going kept moving. You kept trying different things and and seeing how that worked did you have the foresight To think that like from a visual standpoint this will be the branding of great mayland. This is what it's GonNa look like. This is what it's GonNa feel like. This is the message feeling that I want to come across or was that something. That kind of organically birthed itself overtime. I think that the branding of our tagline make every day I get away was something that came after I started but I think what set me apart from the very beginning is that I grew up with Ed. Interior design savvy. Mother and from a very young age understood what? The design of a room was very basic. But I was really aware of paint color of a rug of hellos furniture. Just little things that I think a lot of people don't pay attention so when I when I started my business in the flea market in to this buried J I always ask myself. Is this a photograph that I would hang on my wall in my house? Is this something I wanna look at every single every single day.
"malin" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Grey male. Name Really started as a complete and total happy Prize like I went to of all places Las Vegas with some friends. We wanted to do that. La Vegas Road trip anti-god. They're really late. Why night the next morning? We were exhausted next morning. I pulled back the curtains. We were like thirty stories in the air above one of the largest swimming pools I'd ever seen in my life and it was already crowded with people in. I'd just look down at a swimming pool and I thought. Wow what a joyful scene in the bright blue water and all the colorful people in the Sorry on the Shaves loungers. Anyways I grabbed my camera took photographs just pressed up against the glass and when I got back to Los Angeles I made it my computer screen saver and for months. I would look at this image in just feel great. Made me feel like I was on vacation and wind day. The Light Bulb went off. And I thought Oh my gosh. Why do I love this image so much? What if other people would love this? Imagine how can I create more energy light and I decided to go to Miami for the art Basel Convention at December and really just for finding to look what was going on in the art world so when I was there. I decided to go to some of the famous swimming. Sorry famous hotels had art deco swimming pools and asked if you know. Hey can I go on your roof just to take a quick autographs? I'm a photographer artist. And they were like no. That's a liability young man by this is our Basel where slob. This is no no so I thought. Oh my Gosh Lau. What got up in NC swimming pools bog? So that's where the idea for. The helicopter came from and sure enough. I got really lucky that the pilot who took me on my very first hell. I'd Never GonNA helicopter before. My new helicopter pilot happened to also be photographer. He graciously explained need sort of how he could remove the door and how I can safely sort of lean from the side and he could turn the helicopter so that I could get this. Bird's eye view perspective and that was terrifying. It's where I actually discovered the beach because when we were flying along south each I looked over and I saw all of the umbrellas. All of the Shays loungers just beautifully organized on the stay on and I took about maybe a dozen photographs graphs of them and got back to Los Angeles. Look through them and just thought. This is something magical. This is something. Relatable list is joyful. This is this is a wonderful happy accident. So that ignited huge huge fire inside me which was to try to take all of my savings and go to as many famous beaches around the world is possible and create a series of work that portrayed this. I guess universal love of the beach but from a new exciting perspective which was from helicopter and little did I realize that this would lead to ultimately what I would call a global design trend. I mean you can go into bath and beyond now and see ten aerial photographs for sale on. I mean it's it's literally everywhere. Drones also came into effect. But I had no idea I was at the forefront of something that would become so popular and also give way to my first coffee table book beaches which is also released honestly degree male name and kind of amazing that it's a New York Times selling book because forty dollar coffee table books. Rarely make those lists as a paperback. That's twelve dollars. Let's more forcible. So that's a little bit of information on the beach part of my career. And what did that that time? How is that time for you? What changed in your life. What changed in your business after just seeing so much success just from having a really unique way of thinking how to shoot something. Well I guess I felt. I felt scared because I didn't want to be a one hit. Wonder and I already had the successful project Murphy and then the aerial beach.
"malin" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Hello and welcome to another episode of the influence or podcast and guys. This is episode one hundred and fifty one five zero here. We are almost three years in and one hundred and fifty episodes and and I just WanNa say it is such a privilege and a joy to be able to do this with you. Every single week to share not only amazing guests that we have come on their wisdom their expertise but to share growth and to share life into share all of the trials and tribulations that happen when we are trying to truly grow business in life that we're super proud of and today's guest is no exception to that now if you have ever seen those iconic photos of the photographer in an airplane looking down at maybe it's positano are maybe at some other fabulous beach somewhere and it's like the little cute umbrellas or maybe it's something else that is gray. Malin he is a modern day fine art photographer and New York Times bestselling author and CEO of Gray Malin. He really cultivated this new kind of style of photography. At least I had never seen it anymore and received commercial recognition for inventive aerial beach. Ski Park Scenes of some of the world's most iconic destinations. Now if you just do a quick Google search of Gray Malin and it's G. R. A. Y. You will see those photos and you're going to be like I know what Julius talking about. I have totally seen these before. He is incredible at visionary creative thinking outside the box really kind of zigging when other people in his industry residing and it made him become the businessman and the creator that he is today he has a new recent partnership with the incredible company splendid to design and produce a new summer clothing line which is going to be amazing because of course it's inspired by his incredible photography and art. So let's get into everything gray here..
"malin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A pharmacist she hated it my lan started sneaking over to the dance department she became obsessed with ballet jazz break dancing popping and locking and that was where things really started to open up for me it was like I left one world where things just everything sucked and then they walked into another world where there was so much potential there so many possibilities when she was a sophomore Malin quietly switched her major from bio chem to dance this is how her lying streaking the next time her mom called and she just if are you still studying science and I just was caught off guard so it kind of just like it came out nice just the first thing I said no I am not exactly and she said and what are you studying no the wrong answer I don't know so this is the tricky part with this question if whatever comes out of my mouth next there has to be all the steps planned out after that up to me getting a job so I I said instead of telling her what I was standing just older I am I decided I'm going to be a lawyer through that down doing graduation approached me and felt like she had no choice but to live out the line she took the else went to law school this I my.
Fish on the move under climate change
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. Fish on the move because of climate change. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Kutner. This is climate cast. A new study in the journal nature finds fish are on the move because of climate change. But which species can adapt and which will run out of favorable ocean real estate as they reached their thermal limits. Malin Pinski is a marine scientist with the department of ecology evolution and natural resources at Rutgers University. So there are many ways that animals and the ocean can adapt one simple as just they may be physiologically able to tolerate changes in temperature high temperature or low temperature, and what we looked at with how close those animals both on land and in the ocean moved to the highest temperatures. They could tolerate and what we found is that ocean animals move closer to their high temperature limits, they can tolerate less warming. In other words, may when we hear stories news reports of things like lobsters moving to different ranges. I'm curious how is climate change? In does your. Study shed any light on how this is impacting the fishing industry. Always found is that about half of the ocean, ails you looked at and disappeared from places they had been historically and many of these animals and the ocean are really important for recreational fisheries for commercial fisheries. It's species like, clams and halibut and flounder. So these are species that chalk hunter dinner plates. That's afford coastal economies and that provide food for many people all over the world. I know your work is in marine ecosystems. But as you look at your science, what do you see with regard to the wider impacts of warmer ocean waters in our weather and climate system. What's your message there? Yeah. So more than ninety percent of the heat global warming actually gone into the oceans, and in many ways, the oceans are actually shaving us, at least from ineffable sense from much faster warming that would be happening. Otherwise on the other hand that warming really takes toll on. On life in the ocean. And species moving out of places is then found moving into new places as well that really scrambled or ecosystems in many cases, and really disrupts or fisheries in any cases as well. These are changes. We're seeing happen right now, it's not some abstract future problem. Malin Pinski marine scientist with the department of ecology evolution and natural resources at Rutgers University. Thanks so much for your perspective today. Thanks, so much wealth straight through with you. My name's Joel lights, and I'm a professor of. Wow. Aji university of north western Saint Paul which is small Christian school as I have experienced my faith community just on having a lot of resistance to environmental matters. A lot of distrust of climate change being human caused or an important issue. You know, when I think about my own faith in my own values and beliefs those go hand in hand this idea of taking care of the earth. I teach a lot of environmental classes and actually teach a class on climate change for the students. So I spent a lot more time on on the values pieces. You know, why are we interested in this topic? So social Justice issues taking care of vulnerable and marginalized people trying to go against poverty, you know, those kinds of things and showing how climate change makes these things worse makes job harder to do this. And so showing that it's really causing human suffering, and we're about alleviating human suffering in our community. And so why wouldn't we go after something that's causing a lot of problems? And then I bring in the science kind of underneath that to kinda show. Okay. Yeah. There is agreement from scientists and that there is factual understanding of how the climate works and how it's changing and how it's impacting us. And so that kind of marriage between social Justice and science can helps students students are. Becoming more open to this idea that this is a big problem. And that they want to do something about it because of their values and faith. That's climate cast with thanks to climate generations talk climate institute. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul Hutton her.