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"marano" Discussed on Living with Lyme
"Another episode living with lime and we're excited today to have Chris Marana with us who is an herbalist up here in the pioneer, valley and his extreme experience is GonNa prove very, very helpful for a lot of the people listening because it is an alternative it's an alternative to typical therapeutics that we use with lime disease associated issues such as of adrenal dysfunction, and I'm very excited. He's also an educator does educate up at Umass amherst on herbalism so. I would love to introduce to you Chris Moran and Hello and tell us more about you because there's a lot about you. Yeah. So you want to start with like tell us about. Title. Letters meal. So my name's Chris Moreno I'm. I'm an herbalist and. I'm a professional herbalists with the American herbalists Gills. That's what that are. H. Parentheses Age g means. That's registered herbalist with the American herbalists guild I'm considered a clinical or it depends on what I'm doing if I'm working with folks in a house in a health practitioner away clinical bliss within my own town. Considered the community herbalists, which means you know you might get. Aid Eggs or something like that. Well you know what? We're really looking for organic eggs e stays though hoping that's what you get it. Oh. In Wendell it is true. We do I also teach so. An educating herbalist I have a couple of companies. The most what I'd been for the longest is clear path herbals, which is an umbrella that under which is a lot of things. So there's me as practitioner. Now, I have a couple of other people on staff to help is there's too many people coming in and there's me as educator of the owner operator clear paths live herbal medicine that's been for about twenty years. Teaching classes everything from self interest in cells all the way up to i. i WanNa do this I wanna do this for my community and and then there's the the rest is product making. So the herbs are out there and you can get them in different forms, pills, powders, tinctures, raw make tea, and the rest of it, or they just are buried somewhere in supplement somehow and a lot of we are bliss from WHO started up in the renaissance of it. All we we make a lot of our own products because they're all around us and we can grow them and we have a network throughout the country to be able to trade and sell back and forth and. Make products that enable us to then make. A. Practically infinite number of blends. In order to help people in specifically. I. Sounds individualized it's individualized, and then of course, you know as you do this for a long time, you begin to see there are certain things that are more generalized so. There are certain formulas that are become like stock formulas for the general person like pain relief for sleep support or antiviral will formula, and then if the person is coming to you for help, sometimes you can just work off at say, well, your specific needs this here but I've just tweak it a little bit. But other times with lime there certain parts that need to be totally individualized because of of what happens with. All the chronic symptoms that can happen. You know if let's go back, what enticed you to become an herbalist? From it's it's a long and winding road convoluted up in the city right outside New York, city New Jersey and. I always like nature, but it was few and far between cracks, sidewalks, cemeteries, vacant lots, and all that and always had an interest in science and in nature, and then I went to Columbia University in New York City and I was in the Pre med program. So I was getting all of that training and realized how much I did not like that past you know at the time was because I didn't like the students around me and how they were trying to just. Pummel you and but I still liked health? And I slipped I, Say I slip on cosmic banana peels. You know when you like going along and suddenly something comes in your path and you're like you're doing it So I slipped into an eastern philosophy religion program at Columbia. Then I from there I slipped into into, of Buddhist, master who I wound up becoming his right hand man for years writing his books in running out of his classes and. Chinese and there I started learning a lot about Chinese health in Chinese medicine. Chinese medicine is really Part of the Chinese way of looking at everything. So I was learning it inside out through this warm monastic spiritual way rather than an acupuncture school. After College I was searching I gotta Bud Somehow. This happened. Somehow I wanted to learn about herbs hardly anything out there couple of books at the time. When traveling around the country looking for an urban school and couldn't find one that was fitting. What I was trying to do there was hardly any. So I gave that up I went into teaching high school science. Environmental Studies Anatomy Physiology in the high school level and And then. Really go into the Chinese stuff, and then I slipped on another appeal in to a a native American Cherokee community along the banks, the Delaware River up in the New Jersey Pennsylvania area where I was living and I started learning a lot about native. American health in medicine and ceremony..
"marano" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I had gone with Mario Lopez Ground Mario Lopez, joining me now on Zoom the new movie go war with GRANDPA. Our friend. On welcome back. Nice to see you. See I know never done an interview like this, yes? Yes. Twenty twenty. Yes. How are you doing zoom on a flip phone? I'M A. Very funny I'm assuming with all my God. That is amazing. God You know what? Respect that's all I got for you lord nothing but respect. Interview. I don't have it anymore. I will start the. Phone is GONNA see. That's why I never ever forget you so I feel like we've been talking about this movie forever and it's finally here. And I talked to a few people about it now cheech Marin and Jane Seymour and Christopher Walken I'm a great cast. For those not familiar. Tell us about the war with GRANDPA. War Ramp is film we filmed three and a half years ago. So. Excited coming out has, as you said, the craziest cast of all time she each Jane Chris, Robert Deniro, Thurman Rob Riggle, insane cast, right it's about S- rob nears character ed the GRANDPA he moves in with his daughter Rumas character and her family and takes over his grandson oaks actor, which is seen as peers room. The grandson Peter Berry upset that his room was taken over from his grandfather. So He Starts a war with his GRANDPA. You all be home alone s hijinks that have been kind of a prank between the two. Edged friends get in on it, which is Chris Cheech off Peter's friends get in on it, which is. Awesome cast of these younger middle school kids and seller. Becomes his. Insane, prank war. Film by. Also being about, Hey, family can drive you crazy at the end of day. No family is bare frey always nurse such unconditional love and so forth there. All need right now no. Absolutely new play Uma Thurman Daughter Correct. All this granddaughter in real world having issues with Yuma Area he needs girl it's aims and how was OMA and how was Mr Deniro when they were on said did everybody tense up? Was it was he pretty cool with everyone. Is Insane. It was so amazing super bowl and like so intimidating, I, mean, this is Robert Deniro Talk. Now I have a screaming match with her in. That was so intimidating. But in that scene when super well the whole thing. I could not have been a better experience is it was so cool. I, think I have a fun fact about your movie that you may not know which is I believe you shot it in the hole in my hometown. In. Newnan. Specifically. Right. Yes though I just remember driving in Atlanta and there are so many peach roads impeached everything's peach tree something. Peach. Street it's all peach everything. Is there a learning abundance of actual peaches? No. There's not really what's the go to the grocery store? Well, that's a waste Sir that is such a waste. was very a terrible sense direction. So driving in that area was not great for me made a lot of wrong turns wrong. Each treats almost filled the movie by the way though in Toronto, which is a very different location very. Yes. But Atlanta it was so great. It was so hot. We filled in the summer but. Not Yeah Oh. I Bet I. Bet. So congrats on that I want to talk about a little music. The new EP is out. Now you tell me about these songs. I. Really, wanted to continue some of the stories and kind of overall story I toll on my me, and so that's where this EP comes from. I will say for the past eight months the quarantine in this whole year I think a lot of my vibe and a lot of. All my feelings, I also really poured into this music and I think twenty twenty very much. Informs the Sonic and the lyric of this ep but you know some of the songs I start working on. So long ago some of the Song Schiller more recent. So I, I really liked to get the next chapter that I started in the meat DP, but it's it's its own story as well at its Moodier it's little more dramatic a little more emotional more raw. So I'm really really proud who's the you in the title someone specific or could be one. Last June isn't it I feel I have a lot of different ideas of who that you is to me. But in some ways, it's also kind of referring to my fans because my fans have been a huge part of this project they'd helped me make artwork they've helped me make lyric video. They've helped me with marketing ideas. They've been just really part of the process. Okay and then you've got can't help myself the newest single another one something to believe in. would. About. Very different songs by the way. So can't how I saw which is Kinda. Funny. Myself is this sexy fun flirty key song about. When. A relationship ends who have that upper hand when you run into an axe and you're both kind of attracted to each other, you know it's it's kind of about this power dynamic in the in the lyric. I'm running into an X. broke up with me, but I can tell his attracted to me so I can't help kind of leader Myself. Right the. Other palm some leaving is very different. I think super relevant something. I really resonate you right now it's about being in a place whether you're relationship. You know whether you're in a situation where all hope seems lost. You feel like you're on the edge of rob you feel like nothing's GonNa save this relationship, the situation, and then the person or something that you're with gives you faith he observed that something to believe in that you guys are going to be. Okay. So. Very very different songs but I think both. Well encompassing perfectly what this EP mates to me. Okay. We'll. Congrats on the music the movie and everything and it. Lower before I, let you go WANNA put on the spot quick questions quick answers icon. Favourite, show you binge during quarantine. Game. And stand by a great show. Watched it. You know it's fantastic. A Great Show I. Agree I agree that's a commitment there. Song you wish you wrote. I love Taylor Swift's Cardigan. It's such such a good song albums mailing. Guy. WHO's a must follow on instagram? That's a great question. This is not the hard one. I'm trying to think of someone who liked makes me laugh all the time because that's what I I really love on instagram but the person that's coming to mind doesn't necessarily make me laugh but she. His, love me. Some SELENA. Gomez I, feel like her just her vibe her everything having. The unlike law smile. Favorite scary movie. I.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
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"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"They go follow you yes. Twitter and INSTAGRAM is warmer auto a spell that out for you because sometimes people think I'm saying Lauren My name is Matt Lawrence Laura. I'm not bitter about it l. a. you are a M. A. R. A. N. O. and might be slower on official and I take account and I think it's more. Thank. Thank you again so much and you know so you're on. A So, lovely and I feel like I really also got to know your dog. which, is awesome. Thank you so much. Well. If she is just the cutest thing in the world, it's amazing to me like those stories of actors always blow my mind because. It's almost like not to do the whole bachelor thing, but it very much is like got into it for the right reasons you come across a lot of actors and just people that want to be in the entertainment industry and they get into it because they wanna be famous, which is like just we've talked about it a lot I think Cordova restraint now we're talking about it's like if you get into for that, you're already off on. A bad foot. You know like you're trying to do something not for well for lack of better cliche for the right reasons, he should do it because you'd love doing it because you're good at it and because you are passionate about it and kid actors I, think epitomize all of those things because one they have no concept of money in terms of like I can buy am Tessler with the money that I make this J. C. Penney? Commercial now it's like Oh, yeah be silly onset with a bunch of people call the Director Dad like that's just fun for them and they also have no concept of fame really because they're not watching you know e or buying US weekly and stuff. It's just purely because they like doing the thing that they're doing and I always find it very interesting to talk to those people about their run of success because it never started from A. Bad Place always started from I love just doing this one thing and I wanna continue doing forever and it's also very, very rare to know what you WanNa do at a very young age I mean it took me until I. Think I was seventeen when I had my first radio show to be like this is what I WANNA do. You know I was an adult then anyways lower Moreno is freaking awesome. Obviously, very talented if you get to. Star in a movie alongside Robert Deniro and also put out an EP all within the couple months of each other. So yeah, go follow her and again, thanks guys for listening to the PODCAST. If you if you like it, please go rate and review on the apple and place stores that helps with the Algorithm more people.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Pitcher and I'm like But. It was it overall was pretty Special great experience that I was able to go to high school. And so was that the the thing that really kind of launched your career was getting to do that show. Definitely I would say on music side or shore. Music on I did not know how to get in the music industry before a no connections is the acting Merlin are different they really really are so that opens so many doors for me. Musically you know acting in some ways did in other ways it was a little difficult because I think you do have. that. Tattoo on you of your a Disney kit and so people think about think of you a little bit differently cashier actors. I get frustrated because as we've been talking about I've been acting seven I've been five and yet I was getting judged for. The four years I was on Disney Channel Disney. Kit. Right. Every issue I've run into because I was wrong Disney kid I kind of just roll with because I recognize. It's a pretty awesome opportunity gives you a pretty amazing platform. So I'm focusing on that rather than, yes. Some of the negatives which are very present or shore. What is one piece of advice that you give people? A thing that you've found that helps you become successful not even in music or Acting or the entertainment industry just in terms of being successful in life that you've found three your travels I think John Things come to mind that I think are both pretty import on one hand something I'm always still working on but I'll just give this advice because if someone can have like a headstart on this, I think it's really helpful boundaries or so emporer boundaries. In all of life in any career in any personal way is going to be important but I think in the entertainment industry, it's so easy to become really close with people work professionally with, and that can be a tough situations really easy to have it completely take over your wife. You know especially in quarantine for the past few months, it was really tough for me to kind of live those boundaries because I was just working literally twenty, four seven. But warranty on duty not too. So having those boundaries for yourself, I think is gonNA is really important. On the. On your personal mental house emotional. Psychological map on and I think you should never be a trade to make boundaries for yourself and you should stick with them but on another note, right? Seemingly kind of by. On the on.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Lucky. I went to a school that was really supportive on I. was lucky that I kind of had a family to help me bounce out when it was getting too much right but I. I was able to miss wool and do the work, and then come back when I, I could write it ended up just working out. So perfectly, there were plenty of times where like extracurriculars I weren't I wasn't able to do because I was working and not the time that will be kind of a bummer. You know I missed my whale-watching field trip. Third. Grade bomb tragic. Or like the Valentine's Day dancing middle school with this guy had a crush on you know so. Step definitely, you can't be in two places at the same time but. Being, able to do the work in. Miss a few days of school that was always acceptable at my school because I would do the work. So it got the hardest during high school when I actually went to a different school because the school I went to for those who didn't have a high school which I was so sad about but the high slot which was amazing as well. I. Mean I lucked out yet again and. I was missing way more school and high school than I was necessarily elementary school because I was on a serious, I was a series regular for four years often alley so Being. Able to do both was. A lot and I. Really feel grateful that my school was able to work with me and I feel grateful of the schedule worked out I would do half of the season for awesome in the summer, and then it would go into the fall semester. So I miss the most school in the fall but then I'd be there and fall semester and be there all spring semester so it worked out but it was. Lottery. You just Austin and Allie, and so that's a good segue into it. So you book your Disney Channel Show. How old were you when you did and what was that like process of getting that show? Yeah. So it was a pilot right? I. Think some people don't know that it's even when you get a show, he doesn't necessarily mean it's going to be going doesn't channel but I kind of made my career Enoch doing many kids and that was very much not a choice. I would loved to do stuff that my friends watch I was always doing kind of this adults Da. Dexter I was in this. Adrian Brodie. Cure a nightly movie that was like really Dr I was in Super Bats. I was always like in this older mature staff that my friend number could watch and then in middle school like. I did a couple of nickelodeon things had one nickelodeon guests star, and then the nickelodeon pilot and that pilot didn't picked up. I was a whole Dang. It looked like he was getting ethic w didn't get picked up and picked up going to series, right? So I started my freshman year of high school no one really of my friends necessarily that I made in highschool knew that I was like an actress working actress they didn't necessarily see the stuff that I was in. which was nice. So everyone kind of just got to know me as me as war. And then I auditioned for Austin and ally and I really really wanted.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Going to school I went to school the whole time. Until I was eighteen until I finish high school which doesn't usually happen that sometimes people graduate early, which will get some has you are home schooled I went to like an actual school and I think that was really good for me something that I needed but when I was young did not have those insecurities that live with you when you're a little bit you're trying things out I didn't have it all and then by the time when I was in middle school and Those things kind of start building up on you on your kind of eighteen or your. preteen I'd already been doing it for five years. So by six seven years so I felt so comfortable in it I never had that awkward stage, insecurity in my act with music hundred percent music was such a different thing for me. It was something I always wanted deal I didn't get the chance to do it until way later and I had I. loved it so much that I had these insecurities that were all wrapped into it like you know M.. My talented am I am I in all things kind go into it with acting I didn't necessarily have that because by the time that would have start creeping in age wise. I felt so good knit and I was. Kind of doing my ten thousand hours. I I was always in classes always doing stuff and really just thought of been spine. Well. It's a good thing that you had those feelings as a musician because you need to be tortured soul. If you're going to be any, he's like any sort of success musician. Okay..
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Back in the Welsh gassed have Laura Marano on the show. She has a movie out right now with Robert De, Niro, and Christopher walken and Jane Seymour called the war with Grandpa is hitting theaters October ninth, and then also a new epl called you this coming right now is called can't help myself. You have been working for a very long time and so I'd love to sit down and chat with people who were. Kid Actors and then became adult actors vis-a-vis. My fiance was one of these people and you guys are stories are always bonkers because there's just a little bit of not really knowing what the doing other than like you like doing the thing that you're doing how the hell did you get to the point where you're working alongside across from Robert Deniro? Wow I think personal. It's important to say there is this kind of magic. That it's hard to have a an actual like. Imprint on this is how you get to work in Robert Deniro it's. The entertainment. Just a lot of hard work but like three percent to five percent lock that is still a very important aspect of it for me I've been Atkinson five professionally I. kind of fell into it. Right. My Mom owns a children's theater and she she. Did, not want my sister again into it. It was really just kind of she loves the fun aspects. She's such a drama teacher. If you ever took drama on how a drama teacher, you know the woman that's my mom. and. So my sister I grew up there my my sister who's older wanted to be an actress. So it's six years old. My sister s my mom almost like absolutely not that's just not going to happen no way. Terrible business never going to happen. But are you taking classes with like your mom's Acting. Thing old. Word there. I wouldn't even say we're taking classes like we're there. My mom is a children's theater. So she also has like eighteen cost, but she's also you know if my dad's working, she takes her kids there. You know she said we grew up there. My sister started doing some of the plays I was still pretty young like three in that way. So sister.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"This line and really nothing else did nothing else on good. I stand by it. I love it. I was listening to this EP before I called you and I really liked the title track. When you wake up I, think one of my standouts I really really loved and then laugh track run is really good. anyways everyone. Go check out you on I. Guess Wherever you listen to music. Now there's a million different platforms, his next one going to be us, and then like the fourth one going to be them and just how this works. I stole exploring it I. Think there is Jackie loaded more was story to tell. But I don't know I'm still figuring out right now. I'm just definitely still in the world and I actually have some ideas about like the deluxe you EP so. Without giving too much away I'm kind of starting to work on that a little bit right now, I don't know for me. One thing I learned last year is staying in the moment and celebrating what the moment has to bring is really important. I really didn't do that that much share. So I'm just kind of soaking in the moment, my e fees released this movie is coming out and I'm going to celebrate that little e piece called you and the movies called the war with Grandpa I want to take a quick break and when we come back and we kind of get the the mean potatoes, what this show is, which is origin stories. I. Love It. Right. Quick break when we come back Law Morongo here on the Wealth Cath. Let's imagine a world where no one ever cuts corners. Potato chip bags are filled to the top or the car in front.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Assets and everything. So for me I was like I just don't know if it's if it's ever gonNA come out there is a world where might not ever come out but the producers. are absolutely bosses and have been working so tirelessly to like get it back and put it out. So I'm really excited for them because I think this is a an awesome project and I think they killed on the purchasing side? Speaking of working really hard. You have a new EP L. Right now called you. I'm over here in sweats and tie Hoodie, and you're over there, putting out movies and EP. So tell me about you I. I love how confusing the title. I released my first EP I really thought. Was Me same thing I'd be like, Hey, guys from talk about me. Not Not. Mean me knowing you is. Speaking of which kind of a continuation of the stories and story I was telling on me EP. So it's a little bit the next chapter in the story it's. A bit of a more moody dramatic emotional five sonically lyrically says it's definitely related in that. You know it's kind of the next stage in the relationship, right so a lot of the songs on me or about falling in love or about being kind of in this like fun light space besides one of my songs on that, which is quite emotional. The. EP. Though is a bit like a a sequel to some of those songs. It's kind of more vulnerable or rob. What happens when you're on that next stage of a relationship, some of the songs kind of explore that what is a different perspective? What's different side of the story some other songs of explore last so I think for me when I was making them eat I definitely had a thought well, I want to continue the story. On another group of music that isn't this and so I cut a planning it same how plan the EP? So it's been a long time coming and definitely I was reworking the songs during this time I think. Feelings Vibes and everything that I've been feeling in quarantine for the last eight months is also very much in this music on sonically it was very informed by this time because I had to build a recording studio in my closet of. So you'll. You'll May. So it's definitely been. It's been a.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Stone three. Right and so I ended up going to that weekend for the first time because Robin, Biden me and that was amazing. It was like you play softball you bowl it's just you sing Karaoke at night it's truly play poker on it was. So it was like such unbelievably fun time that only happened because Robin I met and worked together on the war with GRANDPA. But honestly, like my biggest regret is I wish I had more scenes with. Everyone. Like I wish I had more scenes with Cheech Jane and Chris but honestly? I. Can. Just I'm I'm still blown away that I got to work with everyone. It's still nuts to me is this is three and a half years later I am just excited movies coming out. Yeah. Again, it's called the war with GRANDPA it's in. October ninth is it also like it's re living such times where it's a lot of people are scared to go to theater. So is there also a streaming release set or something? Yeah. I think probably time for the holidays there's going to be a pretty easy way for people to watch at home so. Yeah I. Think it's it's funny. This movie has gone through as. Much on the behind the scenes way or the behind the scenes situation. So there was a part of me that I never even thought the movie was GonNA come out. Truly. So the back of movie is coming out is amazing. The fact that has coming out in this time is interesting, but in a lot of ways I think this Is GonNa Resin a lot of families and hopefully be something that they can really enjoy all our. Why do you think he was going to be released? Well, it was. Basically. A dimension Selm distributed film and for those who don't know dimension was a production company under the Weinstein Company, and so we filmed that. I'm. Literally a few months before everything out about Harvey and we're GONNA. Look out PCT. And the movie was GonNA come out October and literally they were like we're pushing to February we just need a little bit more time which happens all the time and then. Everything came out once and coming bankrupt. This movie was a part of the assets of the company being bankrupt like that lawsuit went on for a really long time over the bankrupt..
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Sure came up I. Know Bob was Barry like he was excited they were excited were together again I think it's hilarious because deerhunter obviously has. A lot of a lot of the plot has to do with war and. Movie that also has to do with were very different type of. I think it's Amazing they were together on this again, what was it like working with all these heavy hitters? Was it intimidating or was? Just complete learning process or was it fun or were you just? Did you just get drunk the entire time to like be cope with it? Like how does this work definitely not? I do not drink on the job and at that point Turner member 'cause we almost so long ago i. do think I was twenty one that I saw intimidated all. Right I was intimidated I was excited to learn I was. Nervous. So nervous out mind nervous by it ended up being just this really. Incredible Experience Super Real I would go on I don't have a huge part in movie, but I will go on set just to like watch the actors sound for as it wasn't maybe a little big but I, you know you have all these legendary people like all. I. Want To Watch I. Want to see what their processes everyone's processes a little bit different. But I feel like. Bob Kind of broke the ice a little bit such a classy move on the first day of Filming He. Got Gifts and wrote like excited to work with you now to everyone in the cast and I'm like everyone in the cast, which is I think such a really. Even in that way I, feel like I learned as an actress because that's such a great way to start off a film shoot. That's such a great vibe that such A. For me raking the ice kind of moment of someone who so intimate to work with him. So I I think overall end of the experience. I. It's still surreal was still even intimidating afterwards, but it was truly so so incredible when you think about it, it's like he has to know that it's intimidating to work with him and he's had to. figure out ways of easing the tension on onset because it's Robert Deniro but also I guess it's a testament. The man he is that he's self aware of it and then trying to make things easier for everyone that which I think is really cool. That's a really cool story. Do you have any other amazing story from that shootout? Blew your socks off. Quickly, is Robert Deniro is exactly what you would think. Robert Deniro would be like. So he's like. Super.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Can you hear me? Yes, Mary? Yes. Snow strange. It started calling and I was right on quick answer and then it just ended instead declined gnaws like I didn't press anything. We're off to a terrible start. You know it's going to be great no out only going to go off. No. Get Laura out listen I can't work like bits. Reputation is too good. I can't work like this. With this show I could've like actual actually hung up like the lineup filariases the technology. So I'm like I'm not GonNa do that. How are you? Glad how are you doing? I loved the dog in the background yes. My Dog. But also just horribly annoying not allowed in the studio room. When we're doing this because you know he's loud. He's a hound dog. I was just doing my intro into this and I was talking about how I've completely given up on life and I'm in A. I. Green Heineken Sweatshirt and I'm in modern family sweats and I've just. Stopped caring and I was wondering. I. Was Like I. Wonder What? She's GonNa do I wonder if she has also given up but no, you still have a shred of dignity left and your enormous close. So congratulations. I mean it's really party on top sweats on the bottom for shore wearing my slippers wearing like sue wax upon sweats I realize the other day a couple of weeks ago I did full-on crass where for the war GRANDPA and.
"marano" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Sweats on her very comfortable by the way if my guess today comes dress correct. Oh I don't know I mean she probably will because she's not an absolutely just disgusting human being like yours truly. This is just how do interviews. Now I mean they never really were very professional to begin with. have really fallen off the rails and I just don't know if I already more when you listen to this show just imagine that I'm wearing tales atop pat I've got a cane of some Mr peanut actually just imagine whatever I'd be wearing in terms of like how silly the show is like if we get I, don't know like a governor or a senator or like Neil degrasse Tyson someone who of high regard then I should be wearing a suit and Bowtie but who got comedian on oh? Let's. Swimmer. On bathing suit the low player on my High School Jersey was on the Scout. Team. Excited about today's show today, our guest has a brand new movie out where she stars alongside Robert Deniro. Okay just got a new EP out called you a new single out called can't help myself or first single has over sixty million views on youtube not seem like a lot her and her sister have been working in Hollywood. Well, since the beginning of their lives she started to Disney show back the day called Austin and Allie but her first role ever was on a show called without a trace shoes on back to you. Are you smarter than a fifth grader and many more? She is literally at all. And she's like a quarter of the age I am which is intimidating and just. At the end the day just a little thing but it's fine. I wonder if he's wearing tied Heineken sweatshirt modern family sweats probably not she's probably more evolved in that. I'm very excited for this interview. Everyone get pumped up. Throw on your comfy chunking it your fuzzy EST Hoodie get those sweat sal throw on some odds cozy up 'cause you're about to hear one episode that is going to blow. You might on the wells cast this week. It's Laura Marana is GONNA be a good One. My team instantly response to cyber threats might team helps agencies accelerate to the cloud. My team brings innovation too complex. It operations joined the GDI team to support insecure some of the.
"marano" Discussed on The Viall Files
"SLASH. L. And use the code. Vi L. L. for free shipping. We think magic student for sponsoring the PODCAST. How's it going more? It's good I? I feel like I've reached a new level of tired. Where it's just full pap no The the past exhaution phase. Where you're you're kind of a little crazy so I'm excited for this interview de it's going GonNa be fun. I'm I to have gotten more and more or less throughout this quarantine even this morning. I I I indulge a little bit too much last night. I don't know why but So yeah I'm dragging ask but also like I'm just kind of dragging ask through the I get my work done a little bit more efficient. Because they don't have the commute and then I have less less day laughed and I'm just kind of like I'll just do the same thing as I did yesterday. And other semi-colon shirt that it's crazy my My boyfriend and I are doing this healthy thirty thing. We're trying to be quotes a healthy for thirty days. This is just something he created. And it's not based on anything and it's we're not drinking for thirty days trying to work out every single day and were just trying to be quote unquote healthy. Not sure totally. What healthy is a brave thing to do during quarantine? I'm already regretting date three. And and the best thing is our for the best thing is if one of US falters and doesn't have a good day we both have to start over. So it's the state you have to do is for thirty days and by the way we have to do it but we have to do it. You know what I mean so you have to. You guys have to do this. Do you have to do this for thirty days? And you have to do it together. Or you're starting over. Basically one of us a stop. That's the pact between us or we have a bad day we drink. We don't work out. We both have to start over with a working out. Part is easier to hold ourselves accountable. Biggest. Are you guys working together or or you're just like how I worked out like. What is workout me? And do you do a push up? But it's actually a great question for me. It's like going up. A run qualifies one as long as side. If I'm inside that I wanNA do something for at least twenty minutes. That's my my kind of situation no set parameters between the two of you. What constitutes work out if you did live if you did five watts. Can I do that for twenty minutes? I don't I it's not my. It's not my health journey here. I'm just curious like if you drink if you drink your cheated but the working out very very very great you think for us. It's like a twenty minute workout. Or that's that's the that's the year on day four. Is there anything else other than not drinking and working out that this also includes? Can you eat whatever you want? I think we're the eating is a little bit of grey zone so I think we're trying to be healthy. But then last night we had takeout food so does not qualify as healthy. I don't know I mean listen. I think it's great that you and your boyfriend are doing this together. And it's some foul. Somehow the look in your eyes feels like things haven't been quite figured out and you know it. I I give it twelve days why I don't think you guys are GonNa Finish. I am ready for that challenge. Nothing motivates in war than I don't know I know I don't know you well enough to make this type of a assumption and I don't know your boyfriend at.
First 5 California Launches New Campaign to Talk, Read and Sing So Kids Ages 0-5 Have a Chance to Succeed
"But on the show the deciders we like to feature people who are leaders in their field and change agents in their communities on the show I asked people to share their stories and offer insights and today we're going to do something a little unusual I am part of the team from Frasier communications on the show we're gonna be talking about how we build a campaign in very specifically about the first five California campaign in previous shows on this topic of early childhood education the importance of early childhood education I've spoken about the fact that our youngest children really represent our future and research demonstrates now that for every dollar you invest early you can get up to eight dollars back as a result of higher productivity less incarceration a more limited teenage pregnancies and many other ways and the research demonstrates that helping children early from the moment of birth to talk and read returning talking and singing to them not helping them talk of course that early can make a big difference in our brain development there's actually growth inside the brain to the team that developed that talk read saying campaign was here with me today and I'm gonna introduce them all and then we'll go back and forth talking about them so we have Eileen prince who's a senior vice president and director of client services who works every day on the first five account and her partner in that is Molly our who's our director of consumer experience has a Molly works in many ways on first five to create authentic experiences for family members for care givers and for parents amber stunned or the creative director at Frasier communications really brought on the mantra talk read sing to life and has helped us build and identity in the state of California for the campaign I've mentioned before on this show we're very proud of this campaign in particular because it's impacting parents we've been doing it for almost six years now and we have eighty seven percent awareness according to the UCLA us C. H. I. S. study that's done every year and among those of where those parents to wear over ninety percent of them say they're actually talking reading and singing more as a result of the campaign so when I talk about using communications to have a positive impact we really believe we're doing now let's start with a lean Eileen as I mentioned is the director of client services we have a full service media department in the agency but they're not here and I know I lean works very closely with them I think you talk about how this talk re saying message gets created and delivered to people not the creative part so much for the delivery of it to them through media throughout the state of California we started of all of our campaigns by doing a lot of good deep research because there's a lot of learnings that are continually changing and happening as the years go on so we use a mix of MRI or not Nielsen com score Scarborough and this gives us a lot of information about what our audiences are watching listening to and more importantly how they're changing just how they use their media so just a couple little quick nuggets to share like what's new in the the media lands out there is that on average adults are now spending almost six hours a day using their digital media so what does that mean we need to be using at more and more digital media to get our message out there to our parents and a lot of households are now cutting the cord to what does that mean no more subscriptions to a satellite they're going in using more things like Hulu live YouTube live and sling TV that's increased by fifty eight percent which is pretty astonishing Eileen I ate I think you're right as the media habits change we've got to stay on top of them hi you know you mentioned these chefs in media what about also reaching different ethnic groups and making sure we understand how to reach the most effectively yeah that's really really important so again our research helps inform but also our media partners help inform we do a really strong mix of Spanish Chinese Karan to Gauliga just to name a few and we have we know through our research where our audiences are but we also have forged really strong partnerships as a star to say with each of our stations are in language stations and they help us to create relevant messages to each of those audiences that's great I think you know we do something like sixteen languages and we're always evolving I know one another campaign we're looking at check talk out because we're targeting young people agendas ager six fifteen to twenty five years or twenty four year olds and the point is I think it Frasier we really stay on top of the media alternatives Facebook obviously being a big part of it Instagram Pinterest etcetera I'm only I know you've been really involved in the social media side of it and then extensions of the media to will be call integrations tell us about those yeah this building off of what I lean was saying about using the media the as a delivery system the messengers are really important part of that who's actually talking and who's saying our campaign messaging and that we also either work with our media partners for example with Spanish language with Univision we've worked with their star is Omar and our Heliade I'd to do content integration into their shows but then we also use ESPN and their radio talent and across the board let me explain because I don't think people know that term integration and I think this is actually an added value of Frasier being the op having the opportunity to see other people's pictures and their decks I know they often don't do this but when we work with our media partners we asked them to help us deliver the message or we call trusted sources so as part of the deal will be by the media we get these talented people I stand simply for free sometimes are modest payments to them but it's not the same as going that to them independently and we actually worked very hard to create the messaging the talking points but then they deliver and extremely authentic way that's what we mean by integration so Marin R. Heliade did videos for us right it did and it's also important to add to that that we select these messengers because they're relatable their authentic to what we're having to say so Omar not wholly recorded videos with their children and with their parents and we've had them talking about multi generational our conversations and with I mentioned earlier with the S. P. and we use Johnny hacker who's the punter for the rams he is a new dad so we had in coming on talking to other dads using sports as a way to connect and really make sure that he is relatable that his audience and his followers and his fans can trust and not just as a as a hero in their in their medium but as a regular dad that they can just listen to and learn from then follow follow emulate him I think that's really important you know we we could produce as many as fast as we'd like but having it said in their own voice I remember in particular with Omar and how are how on Helly at our hell yeah we we have discovered that there were issues with people who were learn their letters foundation another country like Mexico not being confident they even spoken well enough because our grammar is maybe as a perfect a particularly women who don't want always get to go to school all the way through so many of the women we had invokes regionalist third grade so of the grandparents of Omar and Haley I could talk about the fact that she I don't know if I should speak Spanish for talking in front of my kids but Marano Haley as it is okay it doesn't matter their brain is growing just as a result of you're talking in using words or telling stories right so some of the messages that are new ones are kind of difficult for us to express maybe in a paid spot get shared absolutely and a lot of these influencers and trusted sources have multiple channels in which they reach all of their audiences so we take advantage of all of the outlets that they have in any touch point we can have with their fans and their followers so for example with our help we'll go we'll keep what they are highly a trainer she did a Facebook live for us she's a ton of followers on her Facebook channel they tune in and she talked to them from from the could recall that carpool carpool I don't know if this plan carpal carrier right and she just talked while she was in line waiting to pick up her kids from school she taught three got online and just started talking about her day and now she's going to do and talking with their kids on the way home and the song she sang so it makes it really true now we've also had experiences with Mario I lean can you talk a little bit about Mario Lopez and getting him involved I'd love to talk about Mario Mario has really been a champion for first five California he has now three children he just added to his family just a couple months ago and he has been a true spokesperson for us across the state on his radio he speaks in both English and Spanish so he's able to again just like with Johnny hacker does for sports those listen to entertainment are following him as both a trusted source and a good friend because a lot of folks to listen to radio really do have that kinship to those they listen to in Mario has really resonated throughout the state for us and so much so that first five California's actually even recognized him for all the great work he's done in helping share the message about talk read see now they gave him an award and what and what is your state conferences which was wonderful and Mario is on I E. entertainment right we're just a show so our entertainment to manage he just changed over I think it's acts he just check this out show a Mario also has a following on IG entertainment shows he was on Entertainment Tonight now he's on access Hollywood people really believe in him and of course we go to universal studios to record with it which is a lot of fun which is love and I think trusted messengers are a critical part of what we do but we also have to develop messaging and of course even the theme talk read saying it changes everything first let's talk about how that came to be well we know that done from other brain research review and we also know from our own childhoods the songs we still remember the two the two spider in Riverview boat and and a big catalog of this the thing that is very true is that words in sentences that end up in rhyme are very are more easily remembered if you take that if you take that a K.
"marano" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Can I say something first of all. It was great having Laura Vanessa Marano here their family the loudest family I've ever met that's on the Bronx. I love him. I'll tell you something so they were talking about. Their film called Saving Zoe. Which is I'm sorry I'm running <hes> which is about human trafficking which is affecting the world world every day ninety nine billion dollar business people taking young girls and selling them around the world so they wanted to bring their story to the view on A._B._C. and also the talk on C._B._S.? C._B._S.. Both of those shows said they didn't want that subject matter on their shows. Are you kidding me reason. They probably don't want me to tell that story but I did. That's crazy because human trafficking is just an ugly story and a lot of people don't want to believe it. A lot of people don't want to deal with it. It's true if you have a young daughter you really should be checking up on who they're talking to online and even if you have boys because I know somebody who's baseball baseball coach wound up being involved in human trafficking and they the families who trusted their kids to have this guy as the coach had no idea what he was doing behind this. No one wants to believe right anyway. So you know Laura and Vanessa Marana they played these parts that are fun and interesting and young girls isn't that these are young ladies and their mom who's been in by the way their mom has been in <hes> she was on Charlie's angels ones and she was on Magnum P._i.. Dynasty back in the eighties it's great. They have a great story anyway but these are the things in life that you know I got. I wish they didn't exist then we wouldn't have to think about them but they are real face. Baseman learn about them at the very you ignore them. They don't go away. You know I don't know what do you think about that. I think it's awful I think about this stuff all the time especially I have little cousins and they're on their ipads on their computers all the time and I was just wondering what are you says doing stuff locked. I WANNA give in there and I'm not even a parent I couldn't imagine the stress of being a parent and having to deal with exactly another reason why Gandhi and I will never be parents exactly what your question scary. Why do you think that shows a TV? We talk things that are called talk and view the view. Don't want to tackle issues. Why wouldn't they do that? I don't know with a billion dollars considering guess I dunno floored by that. I think when it comes to human trafficking and sexual exploitation around the world especially with young little girls. I think it makes people uncomfortable to talk about and I'm sure I'm sure a lot of people listening to our show actually turned the radio off. Don't you think I think so. I also think that there are probably people in really big powers positions of power that probably squash things for certain the reasons that we wouldn't want to know about and would not be comfortable. Look you know we love having fun on our show we love turning on the fun filter and talking about roses and rainbows farting glitter and I get that but we have the ability need to have the the the room to do that right because we have to take care of the business as well. That's why we need to help out all youth organizations and L._G._B._T._Q.. Organizations and cancer we.
Payday Loans And Debt Traps
"So her job is in high demand. Getting work was not a problem, but covering all her expenses. That was a problem. Amy was living in Detroit with her husband and three little kids. She says the bills had started to feel crushing we were barely making it, and I came across something about a payday loan, and I called my husband. And I said, you know, we have so many bills right now and taken out this six hundred dollars would really help us right now. Amy went into the payday lending store to just see if she could get alone just a little one just six hundred dollars to get them through this tough month you walk in and it just looks like a Bank. There's chairs all around and there's a place for your kids to collar coloring books and play. It's just the friendly feeling type of deal anyone up to the round counter and asked the receptionist. How to get a loan? She says she told them what her paycheck was. And they said sure you can have six hundred dollars. How did you feel when you took out the first loan? I felt like yes, I can pay this Bill Amy says it felt like she could breathe again at least for a couple of weeks that is when she needed to pay the payday lender back with interest. Of course, have the pace six seventy six forty five. That's a lot of money. Still remember the amount six seventy six forty five. Just now popped in my head. Like, that's how much we paid that extra seventy six forty five was just the interest on the loan for two weeks play that out over year. And that's an annual interest rate of more than three hundred percent. In other words, if Amy had kept the loan for the full year and paid the same interest rate. She would have owed more than eighteen hundred dollars in interest. But for the moment, it was just six seventy six forty five and Amy had every intention of paying it back. But when she went back into the payday loan store a couple of weeks later it felt like she couldn't pay it back quite yet. So she took out another payday loan to pay off the six seventy. Six forty five because something else went wrong, you know, or one of our cars died or we needed. We needed something fixed that the house. It was always something something coming up which is life week after week. Amy was doing this taking out loan after loan. It's goes on and on. But is the feeling when you would go in. Did it feel like a relief when you get the money every week? Did it feel like no I was so mad at myself all the time. Oh because I was doing this constantly to myself. And it went on for years to people calling you on the phone. You know, you gotta pay this payday loan. You get into this really bad place financially, Amy and her husband started using payday loans to pay off credit cards and credit cards bath, payday loans, and the amount they owed kept climbing and climbing. It's crushing to it's crushing. It's it's hard. It's you feel defeated. Like wouldn't us ever going to end my ever going to be financially stable, am I ever gonna get their home? I going to take care of my family this cycle Eimi found herself in it's the cycle that most of the people who take out a payday loan find themselves in a study from the center for responsible lending found the fully half of payday loan borrowers default on a payday loan within two years of taking out there. First loan. This is of course, why the CF PB the consumer financial protection bureau had planned to put payday loan regulations in place later this year. Those new rules were announced under the Obama administration would have restricted who payday lenders could lend to namely, they would only be able to lend to people who could prove a high likelihood that they could immediately pay the loan back. How much of a difference with those regulations have made an industry. A lot of different. Ronald man isn't economist and a professor at Columbia law school. He spent more than a decade studying payday loans and Ronald says the regulations would have basically ended the payday loan industry because it would have eliminated around seventy five to eighty percent of payday loans customer base. He says payday lenders are in the business of making loans to people who can't really afford the loans that they take out if you take away that group that customer base than the whole industry would pretty much start to vanish read these products that are there's a fair chance. People are going to go to pay them back Ronald says that is exactly why about twenty states have either banned payday loans entirely or really restricted them. But he says the problem with the federal ban on payday loans is that it's not really financial regulation so much as a kind of ethical regulation, and he says in a free market. There's an argument that the government should be really careful in that area sort of controversial that we should keep people from boring money today. Lead that they need because we think that the wrong thing. Needed course, one option would be just cap interest rates after all payday lenders make a lot of money they lend about forty six billion dollars a year and taken about seven billion dollars in fees. But Ronald says, it regulating interest rates would probably have a similar effect as just banning them. It would put them out of business and Ronald 'as payday lenders are serving a huge community of people who can't really get money. In other ways, often they're borrowers with bad credit who can't get a loan from a Bank or a credit card things like that and lending people in this way, he says it's a risky business and payday lenders have to charge a premium for taking on that risk. Now. A lot of states do limit the interest rates that lenders can charge Ronald says in those states. There are not a lot of payday lenders on the other hand more than thirty states. Don't really have restrictions at all on payday lending, and in those states payday lending has gotten huge or you might say super sized. The number of petty loons towards about the fame if a number McDonald's, that's a lot. Actually, there are more payday loan stores than McDonald's or Starbucks. There are nearly eighteen thousand payday loan stores in this country right now. And that is today's indicator nearly eighteen thousand payday lending stores in the US Rhone says the problem with shutting down this behemoth. Is that demand won't go away? The industry would probably just move online. Where would be really hard to regulate? He's a real question. He thinks we should be asking is why there is so much demand for these loans in the first place you ruined to step back and say or a half. One other so many people in our Connie that are struggling so hard that they desperately need some money to pay medical bills or make a car payment people like Amy Marano, she and her husband got deeper and deeper in debt they had to declare bankruptcy and they lost their house. The turning point for me was having two at forty three live with my mother again and not being able to take care of our family the way that we wanted to and not having a home of our own was the worst feeling in the world. It's devastating Amy says at that moment, she decided no more payday loans, ever, she went through bankruptcy. And since then she says, she has been incredibly disciplined about her budget. She and her family have their own place again, and she's currently working two jobs. She says they all live on really strict budget. Just necessities. Of course, Amy says, she hasn't escaped payday loans entirely. I see this one. This these commercials all the time. It's like, you know, three people standing in a robe and then pops up up above their head. How much they're going to get. And it's like at the end of them like, no. It's not worth it. It gets you into a bad place. Find a different solution. A better solution.
"marano" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"We don't want it to wink is james bond do come on he's so flimsy is so lightweight now our own uh televisions fox this week this week it was in the news at let me read you the actual quote television is fucked it said in the news this week because all the networks have announced their new pilots and their fact this one comes from the cw they said we're gonna make a movie about a to be a tv show about a female beat cop who survives an explosion that kills her brother but she survives but she keep seeing his ghost and he helps her solve crimes as like the brother and sister came to see the show to have you died other one could help you saw off crime gift people out of jams from beyond the grave with members ghost pros member here at go and i thought about two it's called dead inside and then of course they are going to reboot charmed as you mentioned they're bringing charmed back on the cw which will be a disaster but that leads us to that leads us to this week's no thanks we already got one daniel god we tornado all right let me go through the list this week just this week alone whereas of reboots and remakes so charmed is not like hey let's bring the old cast marano rebuked new charmed ones k new sisters with magic would you think if they tied it into the old one would you be okay what why what what why would we do that legco all the shows are getting like picked up again like will and grace is back and shit like that yeah it's gonna be enough charmed fans to at least be like a joined the new will and grace by the way i don't i mean that haha that's what i'm saying i'm glad it's back but we don't need all television we need new television stuff that's not then we need stuff that's more now but sometimes you also wants to comfort food and the idea of like oh i know this world and expand into carry out there and can't just eat cake you've got to have got to argue of this body was built by hera.