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"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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Just go to my pillow dot com. Click on the radio podcast square to grab a pair of the all season slippers for twenty five dollars. Limited to 10 pairs at checkout. Enter promo code Eric or call eight hundred nine seven eight three oh five seven eight hundred nine seven eight three oh five seven for this incredible offer. So please order now. Folks, I'm talking to Mallory Millet, Mallory Millet, Danaher, the Web site, Mallory Millet, M-I-L-L-E-T-T dot com, Mallory Millet dot com. Okay, you see David Bowie in the dining room. David Bowie walks into the dining room for dinner. But this is 1973? Yes. That's a long time ago. Holy cow. First of all, he appears sort of as if he's on stage at the dining room and he's wearing an orange plaid zoot suit. Right. And foot high platforms. Right. It's 1973. What do you expect him to wear? Bright orange hair. He shows up in this dining room with like twelve seventy five year olds who have no idea who he is at all. And Lisa and I are looking at him and thinking, who is this guy? Oh, you didn't know who he was? Such a freak. He was in his Ziggy Stardust mode. And we looked at each other and said, is that that Ziggy Stardust guy? Because we had his album. It could be, it might be. So anyway, the next day at lunch, Lisa and I are having lunch. And he and his friend Jeffrey McCormick, who was his bongo player, had entered the restaurant again and they were sitting behind us. They were sitting behind us the whole time. And I'm saying to Lisa, don't make eye contact with these freaky people. I don't want anything to do with these people. Please, let's really avoid them. Let's avoid them. They look like insane people. So anyway, all of a sudden, Lisa says, they're talking about us right now. I said, what do you mean? I said, they're back there and they're looking at us and talking and looking at us and talking. Well, you are very young women, attractive young women. And Ziggy Stardust identified as a, I don't know, something. Total freak. Anyway, so she says, Mallory, they're walking over here. I said, no, no, no, no. Don't let them walk over here. Don't look at them. Look down. Keep eating. And sure enough, the next thing we know, they're standing at our table. Hello, girls. And the next thing we know, they're sitting down and we're chit-chatting with David Bowie and his bongo player. And I'm thinking, dear God, get me out of this situation. These older people are seeing us here now and they're going to associate you with David Bowie. Well, so I just didn't want to be associated with them. And so anyway, we hit it off and we started talking and we got along and we had a lot of fun. And they said, would you like to come to our stateroom because we'd like to play some of our music for you? And we said, well, they were on their way to do his American debut at Radio City Music Hall, which had been sold out. And they were on their way to do this big show. So they brought us to the stateroom. And the next thing I know, Lisa and I are sitting on this sofa and David Bowie is lying on the floor in front of us between sitting on the floor and lying on the floor playing his guitar and singing his entire repertoire for the show at Radio City Music Hall. It sounds to me like you might want to shake your hand. No. No. There was not the slightest suggestion of anything like that. Now, we ended up spending the entire week crossing the North Atlantic amidst violent storms. Is that a euphemism for something? Is that a euphemism? No, it's not, Eric. I wish you'd stop saying this. Hey, there's kids that listen to this program. So you're crossing the North Atlantic, wink, wink, with David Bowie? No, wink, wink. And the bongo player? And the bongo player. And they were perfect gentlemen. Nobody ever came on to anybody and we spent the entire week with them. For six days, we were on the ship, which, by the way, everybody who worked on the ship was sick. Everybody on the ship was sick. So we were on an empty, like a ghost ship. We were the only four people who weren't sick on the ship. And everybody else, all the crew, everyone, were busy barfing in their cabins. The place smelled like vomit. The entire ship was just overwhelmed with this stench. And David and Jeffrey and Lisa and I spent the entire week wandering around this ghost ship with nobody there. Did you maintain contact with David Bowie after this? Well, no, wait. There's more. So anyway, he invites us to go to the Radio City musical thing. That's the least he can do, yeah. And we go to that and it's a wonderful thing. We have this fantastic voyage with him where the storms were so great that we would go up and sit up in the top viewing area of the ship and look out over the bow. And the waves were coming all the way across the bow and hitting the windows that we were sitting behind. It was a wild, stormy, insane six days where the four of us just ran around the ship having fun all by ourselves because there was nobody else even to see or look at or anything. There was hardly anybody in the dining room. It was a very fun six days and they sang all their songs to us and there was no suggestion of any shaking hands or anything. And so we arrived and went to the concert and then that was that. And then you never contacted him again? Well, the thing that David and I had in common, and the reason we were all on the ship, is because neither David nor I would fly. And we spent a lot of time during the six days talking about all that, about what a pain it was to not fly and how you have to take ships and trains everywhere and all that stuff. So, that ends and that's over and that's in 1973. In 1993, Thomas and I are living in the building that we've still... You're still married to Thomas? I'm still married to Thomas. After all these shenanigans? After all this. I'm disgusted. Thomas, I'm with you. Okay, so seriously, 1993, go ahead. 1993, and we're living in this beautiful condo building where we've bought a unit and we're just busy finally moving in and getting everything straightened out. And we hear that David Bowie has moved into the building. And so that was incredible, you know. But one day, I think it was just shortly after he moved in, with Imam. Not Iman. Iman, Iman. Iman. Yes. Imam is a Muslim cleric. Yes, yes. Iman is the beautiful model whom he married. Yes. You know what, we're going to a break. When we come back, we're talking Marlon Brando, Mother Teresa, Tony Bennett, Elizabeth Taylor. This is nuts. Michael Caine or whatever Mallory wants to talk about. We're talking Mick Jagger, David Bowie, and Mother Teresa. Don't mess. Storms are everywhere. I know is all I remember is that in 1993 I'm walking in from the garage into the lobby of our building yeah and the lobby of our building is kind of the whole length of this whole room here so imagine me coming in the back of this room yeah and just as I entered from the back yeah in the garage I look across the huge lobby of that building yeah and coming through the door at the exact time on the front door yeah is David Bowie was the was the bongo player with him no just David by himself beautifully beautifully dressed in a gorgeous gray suit I'll never forget that either and did he shake your hand so I'm coming in and he appears at the front door that far away from me yeah this is 20 years later yeah I'm dressed completely differently yeah I look like a different person yeah he raises his head up he sees me and he goes I'm flying now are you you're kidding I'm not kidding that is pretty cool he said I'm flying now are you and I said you remember me of course I remember you Mallory you're crazy of course I remember you are you flying yet I said no I said you're living in this building he said yes I said my gosh we're neighbors this is fantastic this is unbelievable we had this wonderful little chat but he remembered me 20 years later and that's how he began I'm flying now are you so I got a question for you I've always been flying are you flying now no you still don't fly no David Bowie flew yes he went back to flying all right we're gonna talk about this later I've been flying since 1971 with no regrets okay so Mother Teresa creeps into your story can we get to her quickly we've only got moments left about Lisa still again now Lisa's back Lisa Shreve is back in the story she's a documentary filmmaker yes and she was doing some documentary work with the Petries who are very famous documentary filmmakers and they had been working with Mother Teresa on a documentary for a number of years and so Lisa said to us one day would you like to meet Mother Teresa and we said wow yes we let me guess too she was wearing a Savile Row suit shook your hand in an in an unearthly kind of way well yes that's the that's getting right right so anyway she we went out to this place in the Bronx where there was this big long ceremony and we all had to wait and but there were about nine of us or eight of us that were gonna be or ten of us something like that who were gonna be able to meet and talk to Mother Teresa afterwards Pablo in the room or no no so so anyway after everything was over and we were all gonna meet Mother Teresa everybody was crowded around people were acting like John Lennon was in the room you'd have thought it was a rock star you'd have thought it was David Bowie right and I could see Mother Teresa's face with all these people crowding around they're ready to punch each other in the nose right to touch the hem of this saint yes it's a disgusting display right absolutely disgusting display Lisa was having a little chat with her Thomas and I are here was this roughly what decade this is this is let me see mother you've got notes look at this it's the summer of 1986 the summer of 86 so this is this is a year before you met Mick yeah oh wow so this is but not that many people knew who Mother Teresa was in 1986 no wait I met I met Mick in 87 yeah so okay anyway so I decide you know I have this attitude that God's gonna make whatever he wants to have happen to me happen to me so I'm not going to punch people out to be able to you're not I'm not there breathlessly right shoving people out of yeah off into a ditch so I can meet this singer so I just said to Thomas let's leave because this is humiliating and I can see that she's disgusted she does not like being treated like a rock star she's not happy about this at all so I said let's leave let's leave so we leave we and we're going to try to find a way out of this building and it's this big you know Church in the Bronx is some enormous Cathedral or something I don't it's very hard to find your way out we were going up and down weird hallways and things and suddenly we came down some little stairs Lisa had finally caught up with us yeah and the three of us see a little doorway down there that goes out to an alley yeah and we said good good this is a way to get out okay don't tell me Mick Jagger's in the alley you're such a riot yeah this is one of the funniest people on earth people this man is so funny oh my so anyway we head toward this door and just as we open this door onto this alleyway just back back thin little tiny alleyway we open the door this pickup truck suddenly pulls up right in front of the doorway and stops so we've opened the door and the next thing I know Mother Teresa is her face is here she's sitting in the passenger seat of this pickup truck with the window open and all of a sudden Thomas and I are standing here and here's Mother Teresa's face inches away from yours right why she is why I mean first of all there wasn't even what's she doing a pickup truck but the whole thing was so by the time you get to sainthood you thinking you're driving an SUV something no she and how did she get from where she was right and we did all maybe she told a Padre Pio by location you ever think about that can't imagine it huh so anyway there she is in the window two feet from my face and she said well hello and I said Mother Teresa how wonderful and she put out her hand and that's what I was going to tell you there was a handshake yeah and this handshake now this was before Mick Jagger a year before you met Mick Jagger this was the most exquisite handshake that I have ever ever until that moment experienced in my life that woman's heart and soul were in her handshake the warmth the beauty of it she was so warm and open to Thomas and me she chatted with us a little when she shook my hand I kissed her hand I was so moved by by God creating this insane coincidence this weird place where we we got our own private little moment with her in a pickup truck in a pickup truck and all I have to say is the two greatest handshakes I ever had in my life were from a saint and a bit of a demon yeah yeah that's about right was a non gropey kind of agape love and the other one was a kind of a more Eros kind of a love since we're talking New Testament love going to a break folks I wouldn't go away Oh folks I'm talking to Mallory millet Mallory I still can't get over we've been having this conversation starts out with Mick Jagger Joan Collins David David Bowie his bongo player we got Pablo honey in the mix and then we end up with Mother Teresa although Mother Teresa was 86 and Jagger was 87 and Bowie go they there but the point is that you have had this kind of a life and we're only scratching the surface I'm gonna keep you here because I want to talk to you about Tony Bennett Shelley Winters whom I love Elizabeth Taylor Michael Caine you've got all these stories I love it they're just so it's just fascinating tell more of those stories well I'm gonna have you back immediately we're not gonna let you leave the room because I do want to talk to you about that now you said you lived with Shelley Winters yes she gave me her house in Hollywood for two solid years free rent-free when what decade was that this was right around that time when was that honey was like 86 87 right around in there and Shelley had directed me in some plays and she wanted me to make it big as an actress and she was willing to do anything to help me and this was star see I know Shelley Winters initially people of my age know her principally from you know something like ridiculous like the Poseidon adventure yeah right where she plays I guess she's married to Jack Albertson in that adventure you got Gene Hackman you get the whole crazy crew but of course she's an amazing actress and the last time I spoke with you I was telling you that one of the greatest films is starring Michael Caine and Shelley Winters and it's Alfie yes the first Alfie not the one with Jude Law but it was made in 1967 it is an amazing film Alfie and what struck me about it other than the spectacular acting of Michael Caine who is so impressive in 1967 and Alfie but there's a there's an abortion in the film and this is of course six years before Roe v.
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"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"But this weekend was just full of nothing but this. So Marvin Hagler Sugar Grey Leonard. This was the big fight in 87. This was THE big fight. So you didn't just go there just for a little nothing Frank Sinatra concert. No, no, no. You went there for, I mean, this is pretty glamorous. It was incredible. Did you get to meet Frank? Yes. Oh, you didn't shake hands? I don't know. I might have. You shook hands with Ava Gardner, I'll tell you that much. But so did Mickey Rooney. And I've shaken hands with Mickey Rooney. Okay, so you... So that was that weekend. It was just overwhelming for me because I'm just a little girl from St. Paul, Minnesota. You know, I'm not used to all of this sort of thing, you know. And by the way, just so you don't feel badly, Mick Jagger is very, very picky about the people with whom he shakes hands. Oh, yeah? Yeah, he has standards. He has standards. I don't think there are probably more than five or eight thousand people that have... Do you have, now I know you've got a story about Mother Teresa, you've got a story about David Bowie, you've got Marlon Brando stories. What should we start, just to cleanse our palette from the ickiness of what transpired in the mixing room? Well, what I want people to take away from the mixing is that the man that they're seeing up there is not who he is. He is a very well-educated, very gentlemanly, yes, quite a womanizer, but I mean, he's just, he's created this whole character. That was the shock to me. That was the big shock. I never expected to be meeting maybe the classiest man I ever met. Which I did not think Mick Jagger was remotely, so it was quite a revelation. Now, the David Bowie thing is something that happened in 1973. My friend Lisa and I were sort of stuck in London. Lisa Shreve? Yes. So I know Lisa. So you guys were stuck in London in 73. We were stuck in London. We wanted to get back to New York and we were very poor. We had so little money on us. So we discovered this positioning cruise leaving Southampton for New York City. What did you call it? It's a positioning cruise where a ship goes... This is a family show, so I want you to be very careful. But they have to get to the place where they're picking up the passengers. So this ship had to cross the North Atlantic. It was called the Canberra and it had to cross the North Atlantic in January. So they were offering gorgeous suites almost for free. I mean, you could get on this ship and go across the North Atlantic in the midst of wild storms for next to nothing. And so Lisa and I got on this ship and we come aboard the ship and we realize we're the only people under the age of 70 on this ship. First of all, and second of all, it's made up for about 2,000 passengers and there must have been 20 passengers on this entire ship. Was this some kind of a creepy expectation that you'd be required to shake hands in order to get off the ship? No. So this was on the up and up? This was on the up and up. And so Lisa and I got this gorgeous stateroom and we go down to our first dinner and in the dining room walks David Bowie. Never heard of him. Folks, when we come back, we're going to get to some real celebrities. This is crazy. Mallory, don't go away. We'll be right back.
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"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Right now we're talking about your experience with Mick Jagger. So you're in the middle of a room with Mick alone. What happens? Well, first of all, I am so stunned at what's before me. Because this is not even remotely the person I thought I was meeting. What does that mean? Standing in front of me is the most exquisitely haberdashed, unbelievably extraordinarily glamorous British gentleman. So he was dressed nicely. He was not just wearing a... He was wearing the most gorgeous Savile Row three-piece suit that you ever saw. He could probably afford it. In your entire life. I have never seen any man before or since put out the way this man was. He had on the most gorgeous three-piece suit, the most beautiful shirt, the most exquisite tie. So perfectly tied. Everything was so... I was breathless. This was not Mick Jagger. His hair was so beautifully coiffed. He was a British gentleman of the poshest. He was so posh. So why was he dressed that way in a mixing studio? Yes, I expected him to be in working attire. I have no idea. I have no idea why he was dressed this way. I began to realize that this was maybe intended by them as some kind of fix-up. That he thought he was going on a date with me. So Pablo honey, you're not much of a friend. Yes, this is how Thomas feels. Hey Pablo honey. Thomas is furious with Pablo because I realized later that that was... But anyway, Mick Jagger and I stood at this place. First of all, I have to tell you, he offered me his hand. I at that point experienced a handshake. The likes of which I have never accepted. He's just like creeping with STDs. In my life, there's this handshake and one other that struck me so deeply. He had the warmest, deepest, most compassionate, most human... I have no idea what you're talking about. His handshake was so incredible. To this day, I remember that handshake. I can't imagine what that means. The beauty of his handshake. The warmth and the friendliness. Do you think this was like he's coming on to you handshake? I wasn't thinking like that at all. Obviously, Mallory. I'm trying to help you all these decades later to try to make sense of what just sounds like a creepy little setup. No, it was just another human being shaking my hand. And I was deeply shaken by the intelligence, the warmth, the tenderness, the humanity of that handshake. Let's just be clear. Satan comes as an angel of light. So Mick wants to make it with the beautiful woman that's excited to meet him. And so what happens? So this is part of my point. You've hit right on part of my point here in the whole wrap up of stories. Is that handshake. And we spent about three hours. We never moved. Shaking hands? No. We stood in the same spots we were in where we shook hands. And we stood there and we talked for about two and a half to three hours. We never moved. We never sat down. We never anything. We hit it off so big. We had so much fun together. He was the most wonderful conversationalist. But why is he talking to you? Why does he care to talk to you? Who are you? He can talk to anybody he wants. I have no idea. I've got an idea. Yeah. Right. So at the end of the three hours or so, I'm getting very nervous. I've got to break away. I've got to make this plane. Wait. So your friend Pablo hit the road. He's not in the room? Oh. Pablo was never there. He introduced me and left. And so Mick and I are alone for three hours in this room. Just yabba dabba dabba dabba dabba. Talking. Having so much fun. Laughing. He is. Did you talk about anything that you can repeat on the program? I don't really remember. It was just gossip. It was just fun. It was chit chat. Yeah. And the thing of it is that he's a graduate of the London School of Economics. Yes, I'm quite aware. And so he's really nothing like what he's delivering on the stage. Right. He has created this character. Yeah. He's a master marketer. Sure. Excuse me. That water's for you, by the way. He's marketing this character, Jump and Jack Flash. But is there a denouement that you can share with the program or is it just too horrifying? Well, no. What it is is that I said I must leave. I have to go to this weekend. Excuse me. And did he say perhaps we can get together and shake hands again? I've got a hole in my schedule. Or we can shake hands? No. He asked me to dinner. He said, we have to go to dinner. I said, I can't go to dinner. I have to meet this plane. At what point did you mention you were married to the guy sitting over there who's a friend of mine and I'm angry on his behalf? Mallory. At what point did that come up? I'm sure from the very beginning I let him know that I was married. But he wanted me to have dinner. He wanted to continue the conversation. And I said, but I have to meet this plane. I've got to go. I've got to go. Oh, no. Please stay and have dinner with me. Well, I'll make sure you this, that, this. I said, no, I really can't. I have to go. I have to go. And so Pablo had come back because I really needed to leave. And Pablo was ushering me out. And Mick is still saying, please stay and have dinner. And I'm saying, I really can't. I really can't. And Pablo is chasing me out into the parking lot. Chasing me. Screaming, but it's Mick Jagger. It's Mick Jagger. Yeah, this is your chance to be mauled at great lengths. Yes, you have your life ruined. You have your life totally destroyed. And I'm saying to him, I don't care if it's Mickey Mouse or Santa Claus. I don't care who it is. I've promised people I'm going to meet this plane. So I went off and I met the plane. And I went to Las Vegas. And we saw Frank Sinatra. And we sat ringside. Did you shake his hand? I think so, yeah. And how long did that take? It wasn't the same. But Joan, you know, was his special guest. Joan was Frank's special guest. She was, yes, his special guest that night. And so we sat right up front. And he sang every song to Joan. It was absolutely thrilling. Did they shake hands? I don't know. Do you think they ever shook hands? I didn't notice. Interesting. I don't know. But then we went to the Marvin Hagler Sugar Grey Leonard Wright boxing match. Now, boxers always come out, they shake hands.
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"And Pablo ushers me in and the next thing I know I'm all alone in this enormous room with Mick Jagger. Is this a family kind of story, Rhea? Because people like to listen to this room. Yes, it is. We're going to go to break, folks, and I'm going to privately vet the rest of this story, which is already making me physically uncomfortable. I don't like where this is going. We're talking to Mallory Millet. Don't go away. Every day, the parallel economy grows bigger and bigger. It's powered by everyday Americans who are sick and tired of all the propaganda being jammed into every product they consume. Big mobile companies are no different for years. They've been dumping millions into leftist causes, and we had to take it because you needed a cell phone. Probably thought there was no alternative, but now there is Patriot Mobile is America's only Christian conservative wireless provider offering dependable nationwide coverage on all three major networks. So you get the best possible service in your area without the woke politics. They're 100 percent U.S.-based customer service team makes switching easy. Keep your phone. Keep your number, too. Just go to PatriotMobile.com slash Metaxas, PatriotMobile.com slash Metaxas, or call 878-PATRIOT. Get free activation today with the offer code Metaxas. Ask about their coverage guarantee while you're there. Get the same dependable service and take a stand for your values. Make the switch today. PatriotMobile.com slash Metaxas or call 878-PATRIOT. Legacy Precious Metals has a revolutionary new online platform that allows you to invest in real gold and silver online. In a few easy steps, you can open an account online, select your metals of choice and choose to have them stored in a vault or shipped to your door. You'll have access to a dashboard where you can track your portfolio growth in real time, anytime. You'll see transparent pricing on each coin and bar. This puts you in complete control of your money. The platform is free to sign up for. Visit LegacyPMInvestments.com and open your account and see this new investing platform for yourself. Gold can hedge against inflation and against the volatile stock market. A true diversified portfolio isn't just more stocks and bonds, but different asset classes. This new platform allows you to make investments in gold and silver, no matter how small or large, with a few clicks. Visit LegacyPMInvestments.com to get started. You're going to love this free new tool that they've added. Please go check it out today. That's LegacyPMInvestments.com.
"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And we're going to be the guest of Frank Sinatra at his big appearance at Caesars Palace. And we're going to go to the Marvin Hagler Sugar Ray Leonard boxing match. And we're taking a private plane. There are five of us taking this plane there. And we're going to have so much fun. So for weeks we looked forward to this. This was absolutely such a thrill. This is the kind of worldly experience I warned my viewers against. Please continue. So, so, yes. So, anyway. What could go wrong? Now, meanwhile, meanwhile, I had another very good friend named Pablo Ferro, who was a major trailer producer. He did credits for films, the most famous films in the world, Pablo did. And he had told me that he was going to be spending a few weeks with Mick Jagger because he was working with Mick on a documentary about a tour of Mick's. And so I said, oh, wow, I'd love to meet Mick Jagger. And he said, okay, I'm going to make sure you meet Mick Jagger. So I was just a regular person who would be thrilled to meet Mick Jagger was all I was. Now, Thomas and I had just been married in 85. So I was a completely, totally married woman. And so I never was... That's not going to stop Mick. No. He's an equal opportunity glooper. So, so anyway, the day of the flight to Las Vegas with Joan and our friends, I get a call in the morning from Pablo. You can meet Mick today. I said, oh, my gosh, this is the most inconvenient day. I go, oh, gosh, how am I going to do this? I'm dying to meet him. And he said, well, come about one o'clock to the Tadeo studio in Hollywood. And we're doing mixing together all day. We're just going to be working. So you can show up anytime you want. Come around one o'clock, which would be convenient for us too. But anytime you show up, we'll be fine. And I said, but I've got this plane I have to catch that's leaving at about seven o'clock from Burbank or Santa Monica, one of those private airports. And he said, but you just come, just come. So I thought, OK, I'll be all ready for the trip and then I'll just go to meet Mick at the studio and I'll just go to the airport from there because I didn't know how long it would take or what would be going on. So I show up at the studio and my friend Pablo ushers me in and he brings me into a room that's about maybe three times the size of this room, a huge room, very big room. He lets me into. Now I'm expecting Mick Jagger, you know, jumping Jack Flash. Yeah, he's going to be prancing around the room, obviously. In a T-shirt and tights or something. And Pablo ushers me into this room. This huge room is completely empty except for Mick Jagger. He's all alone in the middle of this room. And it's one of these rooms where there's sort of a console of some kind in the middle there and he's standing next to it.
"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Wow. Okay, so when that stint is over, you come back to the United States, and then what? You continue in show business. Well, I had been gone for four years, never came back, even for a Christmas. So suddenly I'm transplanted back to America, and I have to make a living, because I've lost my marriage, I'm there with a little child, and I decided, well, the only thing I know how to do is act. So I'll see if I can get somewhere in Hollywood. Oh my gosh. Okay. So what happened? But I mean, you told me stories the other day, like of friendships with people like Michael Caine and Shelley Living with Shelley Winters, as I thought, you've got to be kidding. You've got to come on the program and tell us some of these stories. So the first one maybe is the Mick Jagger story. The Mick Jagger story is the first one I've set up to tell you today. Now, this was about the most glamorous weekend probably I ever spent in my life. It was in 1987, and I was living with Joan Collins. Alright, so you're right there. Right there. What? What? It's 1987, and you're living with Joan Collins? How do you know Joan Collins? Well, you know, one of the basic supports of this entire thing of mine is my friend Minda. I met a woman named Minda Filipina when I came to Los Angeles. Everybody said, you've got to look up Minda. She knows everybody in town. And she really did know everybody in town. Minda was a hostess with the mostest. She gave the greatest parties. She was the most glamorous woman you ever saw in your life. She wasn't an actress, but she had so many famous friends. And it was just stunning. Once I met her, I started meeting everybody. So this is the Filipina connection. So Minda introduces you to people. So you met Joan Collins through her. Minda introduced me to Joan Collins, and she brought me to her. Minda had a yacht in the Mediterranean, and she brought me to her yacht to stay for the Cannes Film Festival. And Joan was one of the other people. In fact, the only people on the boat right then were Minda, myself, and Joan Collins. Just the three of us. And so Joan and I bonded right away. And then she said, I want you to come and stay with me in Los Angeles. I'm going to try to help you get work as an actress. So I came and I stayed for a couple of months with Joan Collins. With Joan Collins. And so we concocted this weekend where we were going to fly to Las Vegas. Now she was at the height of Dynasty. She was at the absolute peak of Dynasty. So this is the late 80s? Yes, 87. And Dynasty, it's so funny because Joan Collins is old enough now that she has several iterations in her career. I mean, she was a big deal in the 50s and the 60s and the 70s. But most people know of her as, you know, it was, what is it, John Forsythe in Dynasty? Yeah, in Dynasty. I was not watching TV during those years. But she's well known for that. So this is the period when she's a huge deal again. She's the biggest deal. She's on 15 magazine covers a week. I mean, it was stunning. And to be staying with her during that time was just an absolute hoot. And she's one of the funniest people in the world. She's very fun, very entertaining. You know, you say you're my friend, but you have not delivered Joan Collins to this program as a guest. Albin, just make a note of that. Because Mallory said she would do that. Hasn't happened yet. But there's just a window of opportunity, Mallory, before you go in the black book. Albin has a black book, don't you, Albin? Yeah, he's got several. Okay, seriously though, I can't get over this. Tell us what happened on the crazy weekend with Joan Collins. Well, Joan says we're going to go, I've got a private jet, and we're going to go to Las Vegas.
"mallory" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Welcome to the Eric Metaxas Show with your host, Eric Metaxas. Hey there, sports fans. I like to have fun on this program, and usually it involves friends of mine talking about fun stuff. For example, my friend Mallory Millett. Mallory Millett, Dana Herr. First of all, welcome back to the program. Thank you. Usually when you're on the program, we're talking about all this political stuff because I met you through our mutual friend Ann Coulter, and you're very active politically. So you're the director of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, blah, blah, blah. We're not going to talk about any of that. The last time we had dinner, you started telling me truly amazing stories of your encounters with huge celebrities in the show business world. So before we get into how you know one giant name after the other and your experiences with them, Mallory, how did you get involved in show business to begin with? Because now I think of you mainly as a political activist, but how did you get involved? Well, I was in the Rochester Theater Guild in Rochester, Minnesota, briefly, before I then went to live in the Philippines. Why did you live in the Philippines? Well, this was my first marriage, which has been annulled, and this is the father of my child. He was made president of 3M Asia at the tender age of 29, and we were sent suddenly over to the Far East. And I found myself living in Manila, so I joined the Manila Theater Guild, which was a group of people who had survived the Santo Tomas prison camp in World War II. They got together in the camp and decided if they did a little theater group in the camp, they might all survive because they have something that's occupying them. So they were a fantastic group of people, and once the war was over, they situated themselves in the Army-Navy Club on Manila Bay right there, in this gorgeous, big Army-Navy, very Somerset Maugham kind of setting. And they did this fantastic theater, absolutely wonderful. I had a ball working with these people. So I produced for them, I produced the Fantasticks in Southeast Asia, which was a big hit. Not many people can say that. I produced the Fantasticks in Southeast Asia.
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"Welcome to the Eric Metaxas Show with your host, Eric Metaxas. Hey there, sports fans. I like to have fun on this program, and usually it involves friends of mine talking about fun stuff. For example, my friend Mallory Millett. Mallory Millett, Dana Herr. First of all, welcome back to the program. Thank you. Usually when you're on the program, we're talking about all this political stuff because I met you through our mutual friend Ann Coulter, and you're very active politically. So you're the director of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, blah, blah, blah. We're not going to talk about any of that. The last time we had dinner, you started telling me truly amazing stories of your encounters with huge celebrities in the show business world. So before we get into how you know one giant name after the other and your experiences with them, Mallory, how did you get involved in show business to begin with? Because now I think of you mainly as a political activist, but how did you get involved? Well, I was in the Rochester Theater Guild in Rochester, Minnesota, briefly, before I then went to live in the Philippines. Why did you live in the Philippines? Well, this was my first marriage, which has been annulled, and this is the father of my child. He was made president of 3M Asia at the tender age of 29, and we were sent suddenly over to the Far East. And I found myself living in Manila, so I joined the Manila Theater Guild, which was a group of people who had survived the Santo Tomas prison camp in World War II. They got together in the camp and decided if they did a little theater group in the camp, they might all survive because they have something that's occupying them. So they were a fantastic group of people, and once the war was over, they situated themselves in the Army -Navy Club on Manila Bay right there, in this gorgeous, big Army -Navy, very Somerset Maugham kind of setting. And they did this fantastic theater, absolutely wonderful. I had a ball working with these people. So I produced for them, I produced the Fantasticks in Southeast Asia, which was a big hit. Not many people can say that. I produced the Fantasticks in Southeast Asia.
"mallory" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Found that was severe was the cause of death, which was a golf ball size hole in his forehead. Yeah, and it was a puncture wound, so they think it's possible as he was falling that his ice axe bounced off of a rock and into his head, which that would be pretty merciful on the way down if you think about it if that killed me. Because they said that his foot was almost broken off that break was so bad. And then rope trauma two. Imagine a rope yanking on you because they found the rope still tied around his waist. But the head that happened, actually. I mean, it's awful, right? It's like falling on your tailbone, but times a million. And the other end of the rope was snapped off. And I saw a climber say because of that snap. It must have been tied to something really immobile like a rock rather than Irvine. So that suggested that Mallory had sent Irvine back and tried to make the summit himself, which a lot of people kind of give to his credit that he wasn't willing to risk Irvine's life only his own. I find it very strange that I said that that happened to me and you didn't even ask what that was about. I was on a roll. It's very strange. What happened? I'm not even going to tell you now. What happened? No one gets to know. That would be the great mystery of this episode, okay? So the two big clues here as to whether or not he made it are, well, one big clue was he didn't have that picture of his wife on him. This is the picture that he took with him everywhere that he vowed to place at the top of the mountain. And it wasn't on him. So a lot of people look at that and say, well, it's not on him because he actually did maybe by himself or maybe with Irvine make it to the summit and place that picture there. And it's not like you would have necessarily found that picture years later. It very probably would have blown away or been destroyed by the elements over time. And I don't know how I feel about that clue. I think it's considering everything was found really in good condition on him and that he didn't have it, is pretty interesting to think about. I'll just say that. I like that clue too. There's also a missing camera. They took a camera with them for that third attempt. Kodak vest pocket camera VP. And it's like one of those old cameras with the accordion that you pull out, but it is a really small pocket sized version. And had they made it to the summit, they absolutely would have taken a photograph from the summit.
"mallory" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Things combined make it seem like he was probably the best possible eyewitness around. And Odell went to his grave thing. I saw them. They were moving. It was them. But exactly where he saw them kind of came up for grabs. Yeah, so there are these three cliffs sort of, if you go this route, there are three cliffs to get to the top. And they call them steps, step one, step two, step three. They didn't know about these steps until they got there. Obviously, because no one had done this yet. And from what he was talking about, he saw them on the second step. But there are a lot of people today that said, no, I think he probably saw them on the first step. At one point in his life, he said that it was the first step, but then he went back and said no. And I don't know if he was just sort of a victim of kind of listening to what other people had to say. But apparently later in life, he went back and was adamant that it was his second step that he saw them on. Oh, really? Okay, cool. So here's the thing. If you were in the climbing community and you believe that at the very least Mallory, if not Mallory and Irvine made it to the top of Everest on that 1924 expedition on that third attempt, the reason you think that is because you believe that Odell did see them climb up that second step because that second step was the last great obstacle to the top. And had they made it up the second step, nothing would have stopped Mallory from continuing on to hit the summit. Knowing that he probably would not ever make it down alive, he still would have kept going on. So that's what a lot of people think. People who think that he actually did make it kind of point to Odell's eyewitness statements. Yeah, and that's in that interview when he was what he was 97 years old. Odell himself says that, you know, there would have been nothing that would have stopped Mallory and Irvine, he believes. Even though dusk was approaching and they probably knew it was a suicide mission at that point. His feeling was that there's no way they would have stopped too. Yeah, because we didn't say when those clouds came around, they brought with them a blizzard too, so it was really terrible conditions. They were way late in the day.
"mallory" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"I'm doing this interview right now. I'm sitting here. So there's one thing I want to point out that I don't know has become clear yet. It's clear to me because we did this research and I found out what the deal was, but you might be asking yourself, why was mountain climbing so big at this time? Why were these people doing this? And there's a really good explanation for that. Everest itself was considered the third pole because people had already made it to the South Pole and the North Pole. We didn't yet have the technology to explore the deep ocean or space, and we had been almost everywhere else on earth, so this was like the last place for humans to, I guess, basically conquer or pit their endurance against. And that's why it was so attractive to people. Yes, and that was a very eloquent way to say that. I think we should mention that Mallory himself is the very person who very famously coined the term because it's there when asked why they would try to do something like this. Why climb mountains? Because it's there. That alone makes him just worth remembering, you know? What a cool response. Absolutely. Why are you going to eat that Big Mac? Because it's there. Everything that's ever come since then where somebody says 'cause it's there, you're actually quoting George Mallory.
"mallory" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"He was 33 on the 1921 trip, and he says, basically, hey, dear, I'm going to quit my job and leave you in the children for, I don't know, 7 months, at least, to go on this expedition. See ya. And that's where he went. But he did say to his wife, here's what I'll do. I'll take this picture of you, babe. And I will carry it with me, always, and I will put a place you at the top of Everest to live there forever more encased in ice when I get up there. Yeah. And I'm sure he probably took it with him on the first expedition, but the first expedition wasn't planning on somebody Everest. But from what I gather from Mallory, he would have been down to give it a shot, that first time out. Like, that's how obsessed with Everest that man became. Right. And he actually was really successful that the expedition was. This was again the first expedition by the English to map Everest. And they managed to do it. They managed to find a way onto Everest. What's called the north call, which is a ridge that connects one mountain to another, and they found that north Cole, which is the way still today, if you're coming from the north from the Tibetan side up Everest, do you still use that route that these guys mapped in 1921? Yeah, and it's important to point out which side that they would have gone up then and what side you go up now because there is a route that China kind of secured and basically has held that Americans can't go. And that'll be a key sort of later on in this mystery. So put it in that. Yeah, because China invaded Tibet in 1950 and said, this side of the mountain is closed to westerners. But this happened that happened three decades after Mallory and his expeditions, so they were using that north route and still to this
"mallory" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey, and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh and there's chuck, and this is stuff you should know. Lost on the mountaintop edition. But not in Tennessee, 'cause this has nothing to do with the Beverly hillbillies at all. Wow. That was a roundabout funny intro. I didn't even know it was coming. 30 seconds ago. No, we're not talking about Tennessee. We are talking about one of the heroes of mountaineering and mountain climbing certainly, mister George Mallory, and the great mystery, to me, unsettled mystery on whether or not he ever made it to the top of Everest. Yes. Oh, boy. Yeah, this is a tough start chuck because I just realized what I reference was the Davy Crockett theme, not Beverly hillbillies. So everybody saved your emails, okay? Oh, that's right. Follow you Beverly hillbillies cosplayers, save your save your emails. So okay, we're talking about Mount Everest, we're not talking about Davy Crockett or the Beverly hillbillies. We're talking about George Mallory. And to a lesser extent, kind of unfairly, but also kind of fairly. His climbing companion sandy Irvine. And George Mallory is extraordinarily famous, not just in the climbing community. He's a legend in the climbing community chuck, but you and I know about it. I knew about Mallory, didn't you before all this? Yeah, at least heard his name had a general idea about him, right? Sure. Name two other climbers. Exactly. The guy from that free solo documentary count. And well, all the Sherpa. Ed makes a great pains to point out the Sherpa, but suffice to say, all you have to do is go back and listen to our episode Sherpa warm friendly living. which we dedicate an entire episode to the usually nameless Sherpa who are usually standing just out of frame of some white dude saying, yeah, I climbed Everest again, but here, go ahead and get your picture taken.
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"mallory" Discussed on Reclaiming History With Lovonia Mallory
"Bringing good news to a fallen loss distressed oppressed humanity. He came to set the captives free. There are some other beliefs that are held by quote unquote evangelical persons, for instance, anti abortion stance or pro life stance and black folk someone ask me the other day, how do you address the pro life movement? I say, well, we are pro life and pro choice. We are pro holistic life in the womb. All the way through the whole continuity of life to the brave. White evangelicals, they have latched on to being pro life that is anti abortion, but they have not been concerned for life beyond the womb. That is the poor, the have nots, not concerned about the wealth gap that exists in this country. And so there are a number of issues where black evangelicals would take different kinds of stance than white evangelicals do. Doctor mccray, one of the things I noticed when the attackers at the capitol were there, they had Trump Jesus for Trump. Yeah, Jesus for Trump signs. They had crosses. Jesus 2020. And at one point, the QAnon shaman stopped to pray when they were in, once they got in the Senate, they stopped to have a moment of prayer. He took off his horns, and they had a moment of prayer. And I said to myself, what is it? How is it that this is the Christianity that would take up arms, beat people with flags and go and harm people under the banner of Christianity? What kind of Christianity is that? Yeah, the prescriptions talk about that as an apostasized form of Christianity. The scriptures refer to that as folk who have a form of religion a form of religion, but deny the power thereof. These are the same and it tells you to turn away from that. We sing a Negro spiritual, I got shoes, you got shoes, all the guys children got shoes. When I get to having gone put on my shoes going to walk all over God's heaven, heaven, then it says everybody talking about heaven ain't going there. You see, we must understand that there's a deception that is taking place. The same ones who attempted the coup through the insurrection, these persons are also conspiracists, QAnon. And so they go away from facts. They go from truth even as Trump has done over 25,000 lives and misrepresentations and still counting. The ex-president, if you intellectualize truth, if you take truth away from personification, you can do anything with information. And that is what has taken place with Trump and Trump ism. And his sickle fence and adherence to his ideology. They've removed true from real life from personification. All right, Jesus said, if you want to know what truth is, look at me. What did he come to do? He came to gospel out of the poor. He came to liberate the captives. He came to set the oppressed free came to heal the broken and he came to feed the multitude. He came to welcome strangers..
"mallory" Discussed on Reclaiming History With Lovonia Mallory
"Once again, welcome to another segment of reclaiming history with Livonia Mallory. I have a very special guest on the line, reverend doctor Walter Arthur McRae is a Chicago based author publisher and servant of God. He works in the community. He's a national speaker and a leading voice in black, evangelicalism as the president of the national black evangelical association. Doctor McCrae is a gospel azer. Since 1999, reverend doctor McCrae has served as the president of the Chicago based black evangelical association and African descendant and focus ministry of reconciliation founded in 1963, which promotes biblical and cultural integrity. In this capacity, reverend doctor McCrae has written pro black pro Christ pro cross. African descendant evangelical identity published by black light fellowship in 2012. It defines black evangelical identity along cultural and theological lines in a message that set against the backdrop of white evangelicalism and manifestations of racism. Welcome, doctor Walter, Arthur McRae, doctor mccray, are you there? I am here system Mallory and I am my pleasure to be the hosted by you. Doctor McCrae, what is the difference between black evangelicals and white evangelicals? Social political difference these days, why evangelicals merrily white male dominated conservative, not progressive, if you please, black evangelicals rooted implicitly, black evangelicals rooted in the black church, progressive on social politics and social issues, the term as well has feel logical significance. It is a biblical term and comes from the word Elon geli, or the verb, a one Galileo that's messenger of good news or a one the least is that the now gospel is some of the original mission workers. If you please disciples were called gospel asses, Jesus is known as a hospitalized Jesus was the greatest gospel as a bringer of good news, not just in words, but in works and in great workings of God.
Spider-Man: No Way Home and the Best Trailers of 2021
"The biggest trailer in the history of trailers premiered a couple of weeks ago. It's spiderman no way home. Now if you're a fan of the ring a podcast network. There was a two plus hour episode of the ringer verse entirely about this trailer. Hosted mallory ruben featuring danielson there was also a green room execution with mallory and then there was also a conversation between chris and andy on the watch about the spiderman. No way home trailer. So what do we have to contribute to this conversation. I actually do have something. I i love so much in. Particular is one of the greatest out there. But i do not listen to the two our breakdown of the trailer because that is engaging with the trailer and m. c. you and the world building in the way that fans of that franchise in existence do and i just engaged with things differently but i did listen to the watch. And here's the one thing that i think. Everyone is missing from this conversation. Wow here we go. I'm excited about this. Which is just understanding that. Tom holland is basically a one man one direction at this point for an entire generation. And so the the idea that this is like the most watch trailer ever has a lot to do with you. Know spiderman and the popularity of these movies and yada yada. It also has a lot to do with a lot of fans of a certain age who for whom tom holland and sunday and also like a massive massive star. They are the entry point for these movies. These franchises and also kind of the most important. I mean there's just like a teen beat quality to this which i do not say it's important for the teens. Have idols it really is. I'm speaking for the teen girls here. Anti boys honestly. I don't know why being exclusionary but so i what i think is interesting is to what extent can you convert those fans like phase. Whatever but clearly part to you and the multi verse which is what both this trailer and internals and this next chapter is trying to do
"mallory" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"The the power that that love has to persevere right in in my love for the sport is really what pulled me through that. And now i had my husband by my side. We were married. We we still have. This remarkable community coach was through the with me through all of it. You know key. He was a hundred percent baden so is his family and so it was one of those things like. Let's see what's left in the tank. We proved we can do this. Fight once let's do it again and fortunately we did because now we're sitting here again right for six events ranked first in the world three myself. Exciting tonic arm like lizard. The search water. I read something on the website about Classification is that been the same for you throughout your career or does it change if there is a significant injury surgery yes so my costs patients over the years a had changed going into the london. Twenty twelve games and i was classed into a higher class patient. Actually in london right for the start of the games. And then i raced in that kospi all the way through two thousand nineteen and in two thousand and nineteen months my body kind of stabilized out following my surgeries. Unfortunately part of what was done. My surgeries was there was actually muscles removed from from my chest enact area to help kind of stop the progression. If you will of what's been going on And so with that came a review of my classification. I was classed down into my previous class. Since so the higher the class for people that don't understand it kind of compared to the equivalent of weight classes in wrestling. If you will it's not spot on but it's probably the easiest way to understand it. You have no idea what we're talking about and the the lower the number at least for swimming every sport has a different kind of scale is for athletes that have more significant impairments the higher the number. The the less significant impairment is on athletes. Bobby and so we range in the physical classes in swimming from one to ten. I was a seven the first four years of my career going into london at the games. I got up to the eight class. I was in the eight classification all the way through two thousand nineteen Back down into the seven class Which the system is really imperative to creating evening out the the yeah i feel the fray and creating fairness and sport and so it's really crucial. They get it right in. Athletes are in the right classifications when they race. Otherwise you're kind of you know you're in a really tough spot so so i feel really fortunate that that process has continued to advance over the years. And they've really put a lot of effort into continuing to improve it And so. I'm excited now. Going into tokyo to be kind of you know my arm definitely didn't just magically heal. It is what it is. But i think my body has shown that power of just being adaptable and in. It's remarkable that even with operating with less function in my left arm. I'm still probably stronger than i've ever been. Because different muscles are starting to recruit differently in and we're finding ways to work around it in constantly pivoting which is to me the exciting part of just constantly being a lure and in choosing to learn your respective craft. It don't get too in depth in this because again for those who aren't aware of it. But i'm just curious. Is there a lot of fighting. Within the sport four classification either people who think they were putting their own classification people who don't think the opponents are in the right place. Is that prevalent there..
"mallory" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Mallory for broker is off today, Google's executive producer with an able assistant, Stephen Traffic aunties. Who shook me down for a video, which I sent to him at least 2.5 hours ago. And it's yet to be posted, huh? Mm. Okay. Tyler. Bravo is our technical director and Kim Gordon is in the newsroom. You know who you are. I'm Sean Howell. The host Brick Pearson started at the Tribune when Colonel McCormick was laying the foundation that tower Which is now I think condominiums and he with all the political reporters was downstate last week for the Illinois state Fair, especially the Democrat Day on Wednesday and the GOP day On Thursday, and I saw this piece over the weekend. I wanted to have Rick on this Monday afternoon to explain because I thought it was really sweet Democrat Senate President Don Harmon tested positive for Covid. And in the spirit of bipartisanship, the GOP has responded. How about that reaching across the aisle? Rick Pearson, Welcome back. How did the GOP respond household and with whom? Well, the Senate Republican leader, Dan McConkie of Hawthorn Woods. Announced the late Friday that he had been in contact with somebody who had tested positive and upon further testing was revealed. But McConkie was also tested positive. So we've got the two Senate leaders who are both Going through breakthrough cases of October 19. They both have been vaccinated. Correct me if I'm wrong, But he announces on Friday Thursday wasn't at the butter Cow day for the GOP in Springfield. Yep, That was well, and that's why it was kind of an interesting week is, uh Don Harmon, the Senate president, Democrat from Oak Park, he announced that he had tested positive on Monday, so he didn't go to the big Democratic station to get the fair. But my cocky was there the day before he announced his positive test. Um so you know, there's given the various views on masking and social distancing and vaccination in the Republican Party. It was kind of an interesting confluence of events. They haven't test positive. Rick Pearson. The Chicago Tribune is here. Let's stay on the red side of the AL For a moment, the speakers downstate Republican Day at the State Fair last week. I'm assuming that the GOP gubernatorial hopefuls We're pretty much all in Trumpian lockstep. Very much. So, uh, you know, there's three announced candidates there. Maybe a couple of more before this thing is all said and done. I mean, you know, the primary isn't until the end of June, so still along playing field ahead here, but Yeah, it was very much adhering to, uh, Trump. You had the state center Darrin Bailey of Downstate senior who wouldn't say whether he thought the election was stolen or not. He who had Gary Ray bind from Bull Valley in McHenry County, Uh, who has been a big supporter of Trump causes he was Trump fundraiser. He's buddies with Charlie Kirk. Um, and he's in the past, said that he's not. That's enough to know whether the election was talking about, uh, Paul sympathy. Third announced Republican candidate these former state senator from downstate Waterloo near the Metro East area. He is not even going there to the point of saying. There's just so much misinformation going around on things, but it's taking away. From issues that we need to talk about as a party to win the votes that you need to win statewide. Guys smart to say that do you think That Rodney Davis See congressman now is looking at the competition is pretty low hanging fruit that he could pick off. Well, I think Rodney believes he can present a better case with his experience in Congress has experienced prior to that and then working in the Illinois Republican Party. But he freely admits that It's kind of an unusual situation that he freely admits he views his political fate is in the hands of the States Democrats. Uh, right now we haven't had congressional redistricting yet. We don't know what the map lines look like. Um Hmm. Ran in his central Illinois district. He's from Taylor Village near Springfield, Central Illinois District was drawn marginally as a Democratic district, and he's been able to win that since 2013. Uh, so he believes he can present a better case in how to win in districts that aren't necessarily ones that are favorable. Do that and transfer it to a statewide platform. Yeah. So on the blue side of the aisle here. How? How? How Concerning for Democrats is the rift between J B. Pritzker and Congresswoman Kelly. Well, you know, I don't know that it's a rift between him and Kelly as much as it's more of a rift between him, Uh and Dick Durbin, the state senior senator. I mean, it was Durban that pushed Congresswoman Robin Kelly to run for State Democratic Party chairmanship when Madigan step down and Pritzker had his own candidate from the Chicago City Council, and Kelly ended up women, uh, that contest Um, but I think I think the real tension isn't isn't really Pritzker and Kelly as much as it's Pritzker and Durban. And you know Durbin being you know, a veteran of No one like politics for decades, and then Pritzker kind of a the new guy coming in and with his money and the governorship, perhaps expecting that everything rolls his way. Well, when you have four or $5 billion of liquidity, you know you're a big man on campus automatically now. Now don't exaggerate. Don't exaggerated 3.5 billion, according to Forbes. Well, I hope that I hope he can get by on that young boy. Sound so envious. Don't know Not at all. I just want I just want what's in the couch, you know? Yeah, no kidding. Loose change. Loose change. I learned more about Illinois State politics. I think this past weekend by reading a book, and it's not a new book. It's called Kingfish. The Reign of Huey P. Long written by Richard White Jr. I don't know if you've had the pleasure of reading this book. It is terrific. Absolutely. Yes, it's absolutely a classic. It's It's Just kind of a great primer around Louisiana politics, and you can see the associations aren't just geographical in many of the instances. No, but yeah, it's a fantastic block. Absolutely, you know, had he not been assassinated, and I visited that state house many years ago in Baton Rouge, just to Eyeball it, But I went.
George Hamilton and Elizabeth Taylor Were an Item
"Had a few people over for dinner and she had george hamilton. Who co starred with her was at that time. Cohabiting with elizabeth taylor george. Hamilton taylor minute. Yeah i've ever heard this yeah. This is some juicy gossip. Metaxas show george hamilton and elizabeth taylor. Elizabeth taylor had a big thing had a thing. Oh yeah wow oh yeah they were together for what. I've got a thing for hamilton's tan. But i just can't. He just won't give me the time of day he. He also lived in our building. You live in your building in the building that wait a second so caitlyn elizabeth in her chief. She was married eight times. yeah And but you're saying that she had She had many years Some kind of relationship with george
How Mallory Millet Became a Nationwide 'Gossip Gal'
"Rona barrett unfortunately rona barrett had this five minutes show. That went along with the evening news every night gossip show. I remember rona. They wanted to have a rival to rona barrett and they wanted me to do a five minute. Nationwide broadcasts of gossip running along with the evening. News like our corey. Hey and they. They offered me this job right off the bat. They said we're going to do a pilot. We're going to work on it for six weeks and we'll pay you a thousand dollars a week. I hadn't seen a thousand dollars in. I don't know how long i was. I was flabbergasted. And yet i wanted to be a serious actress. I'd i was into this thing where i was going to be a great actor and all of that and so i kept saying to these people. I can't do that. I mean nobody would offer rona barrett a role on broadway joke right nowadays. You could do stuff like that but then no would. That was not allowed. And i said i can't do this. I was heartbroken. I needed the money so badly. But i said you know my mother would die. She would kill me. If i ended up a gossip columnist on the evening news. My mother would never speak to me again right. i mean i i just. I can't do it. i can't do it so huntley bentley said to leo guild. Take her to the brown derby by a big wonderful lunch for her and talk her into it. So leo took me off to the brown derby and we're sitting at the brown derby which is where all the stars were. It was fabulous restaurant. And he's saying look at this place. If you take this job two months now everybody here is going to be coming in kneeling at your feet. They're all gonna wanna be. I said i can't do it. My mother would never speak to me again. You have to understand. I've got this mother that you don't cross. And he just you know he said mallory. Are you crazy. listen to me. You're lousy opportunists. I said why he said look. People are offering to pay you thousand dollars a week for six weeks and then at the end of the six weeks. It's it's a redo like you can both decide. Both sides can decide whether to go on together or not if they'll have gotten the the The islet out of you and they'll be able to use that and they could go hire somebody else. Just take the six thousand run if you wanna do. But at least you'll have money and i went. Oh my god. I'm so crazy. Why didn't i think of this. And he said let's do that so we went back to huntley bentleys and i have no idea what this man's name was. You're making wonder who was. And we told him i would take the
Mallory Millet Saw the Human Side of Marlon Brando
"Have so many stories you so you were friends. Good friends with marlon brando Who grew grew to be the size of a house at the end. I mean it's the kind of an amazing thing orson welles. Dan ackroyd There's people that they just blow up beyond reckoning. You keep you try to imagine. Excuse me what what's going on over there. You knew him when he was thin. He was glamorous beautiful beautiful human being. I mean beautiful physically physically and as an actor. Sometimes i always wonder. What's the big deal about certain people and then you see something. When he was in. I guess was julius caesar when he when he does the romans conference room. It's gonna when. I saw that. I thought to myself now i get it. You just thought to myself. I never really had seen whatever that was the sukhois about him. I mean everybody knows. He's a great actor but we were you finally see like oh my goodness there's he's a genius But you saw the human side of him so in the late sixties. He's calling you up. You said during the break that you talked him out of suicide. Marie would call me and she'd be she say i'm up in san francisco right now and It would be midnight or something. I'm up in san francisco right now and marlins home alone and he's going to kill himself and you've got to get over there right now and i'd go murray is midnight is marlin. He's you know please mallory. You've got to go there now. You've got to get in your car and get up there right this minute
Why Marlon Brando Hated Hollywood
"In this world with these people and of course marlon brando in sixty eight. At this time he is a. It doesn't get very much bigger. No marlin brennan. But he was he had run a he. He'd run his career into the ground. I mean when you think about his his big stuff you know when when he was working on while all the all the classic films with the ilya kazan. But by the later sixties he could get work and y well first of all hated. Hollywood despiser with the red hot hatred. Not only that but are you ready for this. I don't know it's to be. This is quite a revelation. This children'll island brando to acting. Yeah loathed. it hated hollywood wounded. The whole acting world hated broadway. Hated movies didn't wanna ever act again Because he used to say to me mallory. It's fine for a woman. It's a feminine profession. You might be able to get somewhere in it and you might enjoy it but for a forty four year old man. He was forty four at the time for forty four year. Old man to have twenty year old kids. Who don't know anything about anything. Giving him orders and telling him when they can work and where to stand in to speak and how to do. I've had it. I'm a man. I need to have a manly life. You know what i'd like to be. You know what. I'd give anything in the world to be an. I'd say what marlene united. Sit there. And i'd say you know i'm sitting here listening to marlin complete exact and nobody's ever going to believe me you're you're you're blowing my mind. And he said you know. I i tell you. He said I if i had my druthers in this world i would be the first vice president of prudential life insurance company. And i'd go. That's kinda sunny very smart and funny but that is that is hilarious ways basically saying i want a normal normal life. I want to go to work and come home and be done with it right. I just want to have a normal family with some kids and live like a normal person. I can't stand this
New Movie 'Zola' Is Based on a Long Series of Tweets
"Underscore Zoeller Moon tweeted. You want to hear a story about how me and this here fell out its kind of long, But it's Felicity Spence. What followed was a wild, mostly true tale about how an exotic dancer Zola found herself on a road trip that went dangerously awry to put it mildly. The new movie. Zola is based on that series of about 150, funny and often profane tweets. NPR's Mallory, You talk to some of the people behind Zola about turning a Twitter moment into a feature length film. That viral threat in 2015 wasn't the first time Zola born Asia King talked about that wild weekend on Twitter. She'd mentioned the story briefly after it happened the year before, but didn't go into much detail. Soon as I got home kind of just was like when I met this girl at my job, and she completely lied Kings, an exotic dancer, and she says her Twitter was already full of wild stories about people at the clubs where she worked. She got some sympathetic responses from her followers. But not much else. See, Intense encounters were just part of the job. Since I didn't go in depth. They kind of just felt like Oh, she had another one of her weekends, and we moved on Then that night in 2015. King was at home, pregnant and scrolling on her phone. I had came across the pictures from that weekend and kind of just like got triggered. I was like young man is I'm going to tell this for real. And while Twitter did want to hear what happened next Every detail she wanted to share. We just met yesterday and you're already trying to take hold trips together. Be ready by two. But the road to Zola, the movie, much like the trip itself would end up being full of suspense. Journalists called than Hollywood James Franco signed on to direct and brought his own writing team. But as a script took shape Asia King started to feel like the story was becoming less hers. They kind of added things in the blank space that I guess they thought would be entertaining. You know, in a film, it just started to really rub me the wrong way in 2017 Franco left the project, and
Tamika Mallory Loves Black People
"Congrats on the book. Thank you sir very excited. How is your spirit because you know every time somebody is dead and the family is grieving and you are there supporting them and lifting them up and trying to hold folks accountable and i wonder just how does this land on your spirit that you're always there like lifting folks up when they're in their lowest moment. I have my moments and have families. That i'm really close to and i think it gets harder at like when we're in the midst of the fight it. I can deal with it because i'm used to that but it gets harder when they're struggling after people are gone after the cameras are gone. It's just like any other grieving process. You know it does get a little difficult and Anna wanted things i stopped doing is watching videos as sap that don't watch videos. I have not watched full video of ronald green. If i see an image go away from it quickly. I only watched george floyd video because of the trial you know. At that point it was like the trial. You couldn't miss all the little pieces. But i never sat down to watch full video that so why because i struggle with watching new ones i try to avoid it unless like the world is like yo you gotta see this one and i feel guilty for not watching. But you're you're you why why you make a choice. It's a super duper preventative. Like i just can't. I mean i was waking up at night holding onto images and sounds and other. Things wasn't good for me and i think you know you don't know but you know i had a whole struggle with pain pills in had to go to rehab and all of that and it happened as a result of like five different traumatic things happening all at the same time. The women's large you know struggles with all the folks that i work with just my own issues so much happening and the next thing not with addicted
Checking In with Tamika D. Mallory
"Hey everybody thank you so much for checking in. Today's podcast is going to be absolutely powerful. Make sure you check on your strong friends. Because they hurt. They need support with everything going on in the world. Your mental health matters. My book is already out. It's caught checking in in. It gives you the tools you need to put your mental health. I it gives you some cool pillars the three pillars checking in with yourself checking in with others and checking in with god and i'm so honored to check in with today's guest. She's a nationally recognized. Social justice leaders civil rights activists public speaker co founder of until freedom and author of bestselling book state of emergency. How we win. In the country we built without further ado. Please welcome the incredible to make a mallory to the checking in podcast. Oh my god. I am totally fan. Gerwin i'm on your with one of my favorites entertainers and not just entertainers were really a spiritual leader michelle. I appreciate you so much for having me on today. Listen i just wanna tell you that. I appreciate you. I was thinking of when we looked at leaders. You think of martin luther king. I don't know why kids think they were fifty or sixty years old. I look at your youth in. It's like no. They were starting young to you. Started so young. Actually you were a teenager when you started As far as what we would call. Someone is being an activist now. I know so. Many people focus on that that part of you but i want to focus on you thinking. We are grateful for the work that you do with until freedom. But i know that sometimes you can be so strong but a lot of it. Commotion lee spiritually has to take a toll on you at moments. Sure it's taxing. you know. I deal with trauma every day. I deal with the trauma. Those who reach out to me l. In support for the family and i deal with trauma of just watching video at the video that people send me fine to inform me up different incidents that have happened. We deal with the trauma of the you know not guilty. Verdicts the loss if you will win fighting these cases in win really hoping that they will change We deal with the trauma of elected officials. Who are supposed to represent us. Not doing enough to enough to stand by. The community is trauma everywhere. And then you have your own personal trauma which is something. None of us can get away from
NASA Looks to Advance 3D Printing Construction Systems
"Is working on a system that would three d print detat. A road storage units. Whatever astronauts might need to live and work on the moon or mars is innovation now says additive. Construction with mobile placement project is developing technology to build structures on planetary surfaces using in situ resources. Here's mallory johnston deputy project manager for acme at nasa's marshall space flight center a lot of people when they think of three d. printer sir thinking of the plastic ones that lay down one layer at a time a work on a giant machine that three d prints concrete. The idea is being able to package up a system. Launch it to where it needs to go and then have it set itself up clear the spot and then autonomously build a structure using the materials that you might be able to find on the moon or mars but this technology won't just advance human exploration. Imagine being able to take this system into disaster relief areas and using materials that are available locally build structures like owns roads in just a few
Tamir Rice’s Mother Criticizes Tamika Mallory After Lil Baby’s Grammys Performance
"Month, there was a special guest during the performance of rapper Lil Babies Song. The Bigger Picture. It's the State of emergency. My people is time we stand it. We demand the freedom that this land promises President that is activist to Mika Mallory. This was a protest song calling for justice in light of police brutality and systemic racism. So Mallory, showing up might make sense. This is not a train. This is our place until Frieda. But some people were not happy about it, including Sameera Rice, the mother of Tamir race, the unarmed 12 year old boy who was shot and killed by a white police officer in Cleveland. In 2014 Sameera. Rice publicly rebuked Mallory, among others, saying the activist was trying to gain fame by quote benefiting off the blood of families who have lost loved ones. Mika Mallory is not the first to be accused of profiting off of black pain. In fact, there's a history of it. We have Debra Walker King on the line. She's written extensively about the idea of black pain, how it has been perceived and wielded. She's a professor at the University of Florida and she joins us now from her home in Gainesville. Professor King Welcome. Thank you very much. So let's start with the term black pain. How do you define it? What exactly do you mean? I look at it in two different ways. I look at black pain as an experience of bodily harm, and I look at it as a metaphor. It functions to define an access that which is not American. Explain that. What does this
"mallory" Discussed on The BosBabes
"And I just want to congratulate you. Sammy is Jillian your whole team very freaking excited. And before we continue speaking with you about ice hockey and then Brian's going to be talking to you about the Boston Red Sox and throwing out the first pitch. I need to pop up this phone number right here. You guys know who they are Green Team junk removal, please give them a call at 508-361-0519 Fred Colin is a really good friend of mine. He's located off the Massachusetts area. If you need somebody to come to your house come to your office come to your job Holloway any unused items whether that be an old bed an old microwave and do anything. They will come Holloway in an eco-friendly manner. They are following all the Cove a protocols that they would do it in a safe way. Best part is nothing ends up in a landfill. Yep. So again, very eco-friendly and most of what they haul away. They actually donate to local charities like Habitat for Humanity. So again, by the way, 3610 519 they are called has a green team junk removal red color is a good friend of ours and he's the guy you want to give a call to when you need something hauled away and an eco-friendly manner. So top right back in with Mallory again guys. Thank you so much for tuning into the boss big lifestyle Sports podcast on your host Britney baldy. Thank you so much for tuning in all the time follow us on iTunes and Spotify. We are also up on YouTube joining me today as a special guest host is my boyfriend Bryan Del Sol babe. Take it away. Let's talk to Mallory all about the Red Sox and throwing out the first pitch because I know that's your area of expertise wage. I've seen quite a few first pitches have had to catch quite a few first pitches. So I wanted to know did you like have like some practice like thrown? No, Session did they let you throw a little bit before you came out under the field? Did anybody like give you a little bit of pointers? And also like how was it like any like nerve-wracking out there on at Fenway? Yeah. So obviously fun way is an incredible borrow ballpark. I love it there. It wasn't my first time there. So I was home, you know kind of thrown off or anything, but obviously as you guys literally talked about like the 12% capacity that was you know, very very very few fans. There was a little bit of a cold day too and and the socks having off the hottest part they were all in three going into the game that we came to they took a bunch of us..
Leave policies have not caught up for women in office
"Are serving as state lawmakers across the country. But in most capitals, family leave policies have not changed. That leaves new moms with few options when having Children. Abigail, since he has more from member station W. K a. R in Lansing. Mallory McMorrow was part of 2018 so called year of the woman. When a record number of women were elected to office, she flipped a Michigan State Senate district in the suburbs of Detroit. Your first interview you're very hungry. Seven weeks ago, she gave birth to her first daughter. No. Uh uh. She's like the size of the microphone. You know, Like many parents, McMorrow is taking time off to be with her newborn. But while state employees get 12 weeks of paid time off, there's no parental leave policy for lawmakers. The answer to their constituents and their pay is written in the state constitution so they can technically take off as much time as they want The catch being they miss votes. I can't vote remotely. I can't proxy vote. I have to physically go toe Lansing. And I have a newborn who naps for 20 minutes and then is up again and ready to eat and be changed. Michigan is one of a handful of legislatures where lawmakers worked full time. Senator Vic Morrow said she spoke up because she could already envision attack outs criticizing her for not being in the capital to vote vote She missed so she could spend time with her baby. Are we comfortable with the idea? That we don't want working moms in the Legislature because that's the message unless we change the system, she says. This is a conversation she's had with many women that women can have it all. Just not all at once on that feels true for her in the Legislature. The
Jessica Walter, star of 'Arrested Development' and 'Archer,' dies at 80
"This is far from what is making anyone happy this week but i did want to say a few words about the wonderful actor jessica. Walter shows died wednesday at the age of eighty and so much of the attention. She's gotten in. Recent years was for her work as lucille bluetooth on arrested development. She also did amazing. Voice work as mallory archer on archer which was kind of amped up lucille booth kind of turning her into somebody even sharper and meaner but really lucille. Blue was jessica walter's masterwork. He's beautiful boy they don't appreciate is his glasses. They make him look like a lizard. Plus he's self conscious. Gee i wonder why if that's a veiled criticism about me. I won't hear it. And i won't respond to it in both roles. She's just indispensable she so cutting and funny distinct and you know both arrested development and archer of stuck around in unexpected ways can get rebooted or coming back for limited runs that way were nothing with a cult following a really has to end. But this is kind of how you know that they actually do. Have to end because without jessica walter. What are those shows. She was so central and so essential. She had an incredible career. Know it's lazy to fall back on. Imdb when you're summarizing a career but her mdp page is basically the modern history of television. She has a hundred and sixty one credits. Spanning roughly sixty
Biden says migrant families apprehended at border 'should all be going back'
"First press conference as president Joe Biden said migrant families will continue to be turned away at the southern border. Mallory Falk from member station KTRH reports. The Biden administration is going to great lengths to send them back to Mexico. At a migrant shelter in Juarez, Mexico. Family sit on glue sleeping pads trying to get their bearings. They're hundreds of miles from where they first crossed the border in South Texas. The government flew them to El Paso, brought them to an international bridge and then expelled them back into Mexico. Yes, that was a little girl, but no familia. Honduran father named You there, who asked us not to use his full name, says he and others initially thought they were taking Busses to join family in the U. S. But then they arrived at a runway. Biden Stress to the US will accept Children who arrived at the border alone. But he wants all families returned to Mexico for
interview With Caleb Azumah Nelson
"Kayla. Thanks so much for joining me. I know that you have huge demands on your time because your book has just exploded. Hasn't it yeah. I've been kind of astounded by iolanthe disapora in jeopardy seeing everywhere. I think it's you know. I was a little bit worried about coming out in the lockdown and it just i haven't had to have that worry at the moment it just feels like the supposed be really overwhelming and really. I'm really grateful now. I introduced you as a photographer and writer d. You now think that that's switched. Are you a writer. Perhaps with the bisa photography feel like. I've always been a writer. I and i think photography is has been another medium in which i can communicate and express like i've been writing since i can remember likelihood you're like four or five years old scribbler. Like really terrible. Shoot stories have l-. I think the the medium of photography really allows a visual element to come into my work and very much comes through in this book open water. There's a lot about you feel the sort of the poetry the visual the creativity. I mean those are major themes aren't they about about creativity. I think the the the starting point or for any saw them. Artistic expression is feeling and emotion. And then it's working is working from that once have the feeding emotion. I'm trying to express define the best medium for in this case. It was writing but the but the writing contained these elements. Are these references to music can to to visual artists than film which took the narrative elsewhere afforded a different dimension. I i. I would have been possible if i just like kind of ryan straight pros and of course if the two characters one is a dancer. One is a photographer like you. That will so you to kind of explore all of those teams much more than living it. Yeah there's i guess there's a I guess everyone has their that. Point is expression even if is like a professional level epic. Everyone is has something that they do to express themselves in. It was important for me to to have the these law autistic expressions index the title itself. Open water for me. It feels like you're talking about freedom there but you will set talking about the dangers that can lurk in a water. Yeah it some there. Was this idea of justice. Like real ruled in almost infinite freedom. You know when you you'll standing on a beach yukon see where who had the see and like the that kind of idea but not knowing what does look like what. Dangers are present in our in our every day. I think it was important for me to have these Protagonists to have. Like the kind of fullness wholeness like range in which they good light just be in. Just have this freedom by. I wanted to comment on what happens when you find that. Freedom interrupted without giving any of the plus away at this point. Yeah a lot of this is told through dialogue. Which i know is fiendishly difficult to achieve and then at one point you sort of depart from the traditional writing style the whole kind of you say she says tell me about that. Change of structure the About giving too much away the bat point in the story. The narrative has been a bill and bill bill and then reached this kind of the apex this peak in which the image i had to switch the structure slightly so that it was hughley the protagonist kind of like spilling in a way like it was. It's like feeling a competent. And the woods at that point had just spilled over and that's what began to emerge and not not lots of the narrative using the this second person who almost away fruit was really important for me to create this kind of very intimate as very intimate narrative in which the reader can beat by the burford. An audience member nossa the protagonists themselves at an. Did you write it like that from the start or were you fiddling about with with that structure. That was really attention from the beginning. I think i'm always wondering a novel could be like. I'm always astounded by different nobles. Come across the us. Full more structured as a narrative device that this would only serve to push an artist the book has described as absolutely nailing the black experience the london black experience when you were growing up with their books for you that spoke to that or are we only now. Seeing the emergence of of works that will speak to the next generation. Yeah i think when i was when i was growing up his voracious reader like i would just read anything i can get my hands on but there were specific which was speaking to that black british experience. Like our say. The mallory blackman might really An kind of like primary and early teen years and then later on as eighty smith but it was a real struggle to to kind of find tips. The the like i instantly recognized i could. I could understand kind of relate to to various fictional works especially from the over. The pond said like james baldwin and tony morrison writes slide. Those are really integral to save my reading and writing growing up the yet only the kind of feels like now. There's a slight pushing the direction in which the narratives that haven't been beginning to be by fitness way to
Youth sports tournaments in Atlanta go on despite COVID dangers
"The fear is the cheer sport nationals could spread Cove it Theo event this weekend features 1500 cheerleading teams traveling from as far away as California main in Chicago. Mallory Blunt with the governor's office governor Camp is confident that the Georgia World Congress Center and Cheers sport will put the procedures in place to keep teams, families and the staff state. Dr Gary Freed, says he's not so much worried about the competition itself. Strict safety measures are in place there, but it's what's happening outside. The event. What are you gonna do in Atlanta? For three days, things gonna be packed. He's especially worried given the new strains of the virus circulating. Sabrina Cupid 95.5 WSB President Biden, Biden reassures Americans that more