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EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?
"Oil has been washing up on southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters this bill has filed the sands of Huntington beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbert Marcia sensitive wetland it has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tar balls reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county it's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the Coast Guard estimates between twenty five thousand and one hundred and thirty two thousand gallons cleanup crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas
"marcia" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
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White House Calls for State, Local Eviction Moratoriums After Supreme Court Ruling
"Advocates and court officials were gearing up today for what some fear will be a wave of addictions. Others, however, predicting it will just be a growing trickle after U. S Supreme Court action allowing the lockouts to resume. The high court's conservative majority late yesterday blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a temporary ban place because of the coronavirus pandemic. The action ends protections for about 3.5 million people in the US who say they face eviction in the next two months. The court's action does not affect the temporary bans on evictions placed by a handful of states, including California, White House Press secretary Jen Psaki said. The Treasury Department and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge today sent a letter to all governors, mayors and county officials urging them. To implement their own eviction moratoriums. President Biden would, of course, support congressional action to authorize an eviction moratorium, and the Supreme Court has now clearly outlined that as the sole way a moratorium could remain in effect now, at the same time, I think it's important to remember what our objective is here. Our objective is to keep as many people around the country in their homes as possible. Federal legislation is one way to do that. Obviously, the eviction moratorium we had have had in place and we've been issuing month to month is one way to do that. But the ER a funding that came through the American rescue plan, and it's going out to states is another way to do that, and we have asked, and we have put out today. The Department of Treasury and the secretary of It has the same impact right because it is preventing people from being kicked out of their homes. And these states have the funding thanks to the American rescue plan to get that done now, the other place that's our responsibility that we continue to focus on is working to eliminate any red tape that exists.
"marcia" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Guess understanding exactly what Worked at the times. We just put those historic packets that you can get where the rates the corner out of the packet and then it's good and i've made sure that i threw them in places in our garage that i thought were inaccessible to winston and one day i went down into the garage and it was a packet that had been ripped open And it had it had like bite marks like a rat would make and most of the contents was gone. St- and i'm not sure i guess technically if he actually ate it but the packet was secondly in his mouth and wet with his saliva. And i certainly wasn't gonna take any chances with that site. Yes we rushed him to the emergency vet and They did say that he. He initially presented some clotting issues so it's probable that he did eight it but by the time we found we found it was too far to make him vomit. It said they have to just put him on. That causes vitamin k and monitoring clotting for a couple of weeks. We had to do that. 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"marcia" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"What my contribution was this meal with the fact that you were woman no a woman who accomplished the launch. They didn't want split six ways but not because the reason. You're not brian you have someone else too. But i was a woman there. Also the idea. I think men from a different generation i mean arthur was the five something fifty and thanking evil. This is very accomplished life. He'd been able to maybe one step right but not necessarily able to make the irony. isn't it the orion had the actual orion constellation of seven stars. Not five five so they should've should've brought to more. I didn't know that yet always told me that was the reason that there was room for five star has seven. Tell you what. I so what i wanted to tell you was. I did feel that in order to do my full preparation i read. I have a here everything on new online everything. I also had previously interviewed medavoy when the fire came out so i asked him really quickly. I said. tell me. tell me your thoughts about marsha. And he said he had a lot of great things to say. He says she was very impressive. She she definitely was impressive of very good literary background. Not only people who worked for louis b. mayer dated cells that he went on and talked about just shoot tastes and all kinds of other things. But i have to say i. I didn't get into this with him but it would seem like this whole way. Things were dow with. Un orion complicated any show even now granted. He may have. I don't know maybe you know he could've in your advocate and just been outnumber with four other guys. He wasn't is that the case i believe. And you will. You're forgiving person. It seems or less. I mean what he says. You're still friends. Today's friend and so you sort of sometimes people only can do one thing to do and they. They need for whatever reason made sense to him. Live is better six. Why we talk about this business about money in this business and everyone has a little of fray. Mike is the famous grin from china. Right going to chile coming into the united states. Everyone carries other things on as a child. Growing up with immigrant. Parents and texas.
"marcia" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Make me rich man. I i love. I mean this great movie. They're also saying now somewhere along the line. Was there something to do with the warm report yet. Back follows here one morning and the new york times said they're gonna publish the complete one moon for and i worked at down. I was down on just a correction that the government was going release at one report taxes publish overnight current impinging office releases times going publish on new parts of the warm your reports. The commission finished its for gonna release it. And that was punched in government. Printing office book. He'd been slated bread but no they were giving out so book to a publishing entity they could pick up the days percent and i call. This was the boss and on okay and he said he had same idea but okay we both had the idea for. His idea was to the new york times to make an improvement tour right. So it'd be the new york times with pick up the bulk and they will be right that we would publish the book as an anthem book. Esther contol and harrison salisbury would be the terance she over the poor so there will be other other comments having to do a report so he wanted to fame. And you would've just something that you could have gone just anywhere else. And so it was in market paperback publishing. That's being down the aftermath market companies. Obviously 'cause i worked actually hashing colonic sentence you. Holly scanned it. Because i was the publicity. Fire barry your anti was stealing and so we did a little princeton actually printed and distributed in eighty hours so the idea was accommodation. Marsha idea oscar also thinking costing and then bringing the times for the tool that harrison actually decided to do and then waiting for the handed out literally just understand what an innocent book worm. Port comes out. You get all of this thursday monday. it's for sale. Wow scanned harsh. Because she was you know. I wanted to just fantasy just because gives you timing a. I realized that was really my head of we print beside already learned about publishing. You could quickly and was not any miraculous. When winston churchill died drew middleton who was the new york times in london we have known he was dying so everything was being. I mean that was vile feed the pig. Sure all in need with the park and said he died. Jim from told me the book was for sale on the day of the funeral in london. Instead yes very well. I mean how did this hour. The sales on these were the very rich the new york times and and satisfied the point over copy. Well we applied in the fact that an came of the beginning of this whole incident publishing that includes the pentagon papers absolutely and the second one commission for all kinds of commissions and for us can murder case. Can you was married to an older man and edgy was her best friend. It's really yeah. I mean i think that people. Today's yesterday similar bylines for example. She could have twenty thousand words because she had the market distribution machinery plays ruin connected to the way magazines and newspapers just shooting not that they would like the slow vote. Mass market magazines were and so prior to warrant the warren report. Had there been some books that was the first want folks once years ago called. What was their report was there. It is contained looked. But he had vow if you go back and even downtime during war instant. He didn't call it that diesel reports from the.
"marcia" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Fiction scripts that barry good and turn them into no vowel And in those writers all of whom now everyone knows the ancient times. They made more money doing that than they. Basically power y while right well anyway. That was fucking i learned to do. Yes splitting company. And i went to work. Actual down books was a man named on fine and i had to areas still books and some movie. I mean movies and books. We did on the gantry home in. I read the book. I loved it. Would you let me know. When mr lewis writes some of true. I the as to who had catch twenty two in nine form and simon schuster. In those days they sent full to be bought.
"marcia" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Nassar was a top literary agent who back in nineteen seventy four became the first woman to reach the level of vice president at a major hollywood studio other than mary. Pickford the movie star who decades earlier co founded and co ran the same studio united artists nassar was instrumental in the development of you as one flew over the cuckoo's nest rocky carry any hall coming home an apocalypse now before becoming an independent producer behind films such as hamburger hill iron. We'd and the big chill. She was also a dear friend bottlebuster and surrogate jewish grandma of mine. I i became aware of marcia. Through a youtube series the crack me up called real geezers on which she and her dear friend and fellow academy member. Lorenzo simple junior a great writer bickered wittily like the muppets up in the balcony about new movies that they had just seen then on may fourth two thousand thirteen while covering something at the academy. I spotted marsha and told her i was a reporter and a fan and would love to interview her never shrinking violet. She consented and i ended up going over to her house in santa monica on december. Four th two thousand thirteen to record the life and career encompassing interview that you're about to hear we were just getting to know each other. Then which explains the formality of that conversation but we kept in touch after that and became the closest of friends we had many meals together. Spent jewish holidays together. We're each other's plus wants to events and she even hosted a book party for my favorite college professor. Tom doherty despite the fact that she had never met him and had not yet read his book. As i got to better know marsha and her history in the business. I made it my mission to make sure that her tremendous impact would be more widely recognized and appreciated while she was still around. We briefly recorded a podcast together which he insisted on calling the geezer in the kid we ran a piece about a memo that marsha kept framed on her wall dated october thirteenth. Nineteen seventy five in which. She urged her colleagues to buy a script by george lucas. That was then called the star. Wars they did not and for an as told to peace. Marsha told me quote. If i had been born twenty years later i would have been the head of a studio which i would have liked but i'm content with how things turned out for me and happy to see other women carry the torch even further close quote. I was thrilled. As was marsha when in two thousand sixteen and gore so francis ford coppola's longtime film editor and marshes. Dear friend made a documentary about. Marsha called a classy broad which i urge you to check out on amazon even though an cut my interview out of it. It's a lot of fun and it gives you a pretty good sense of what made marsha so special. I hope that this conversation will to well first of all. Thank you for doing this. I appreciated that's always a good time. So when and where were you born. York new york as the maternity little may nine hundred twenty six okay and raised in new york as well. No when i was a year old came to taxes. Was my parents with my older brother. Let's actually sort of in the shot if you as me. Okay sounds quite quite a year old very sad fairly all right. okay here. I am with my older brother. And here's the whole family in san antonio texas and from the house now. What did your parents do that. Brought them to texas. My father had come from russia to south america. Traveling so warm keilor's he was a pilot And he came planning to go to another part of south. America ended columbia and lived there for ten years and soul woolen goods tomato. Consummate suits came to new york to find a bride. Jewish girl sign my mother which is a whole of and went back south america. She got pregnant. She didn't want to be waiting her in brooklyn. They came back to new york. But my father's spoke only russian year this in spanish and so he was doing the same thing and he needed to find the so he goes to texas traveling and then san antonio mexican speaking tails and it was sunny february inside ill and eighteen twenty seven. I was not even a year old and be my brother talking and my brother and sister one there. I'm a texan really. He had this so military so cost doing more years for the army. That was in san antonio and we were bluish while russian.
"marcia" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann
"And neither has a hold over you by this realization that we were all given the power to create value and because we were given the power to create about money has the i is they. Call it as an employee of your firm. I let other individual. I got the answers. Marcia marcia aac running at the running late business dot your money that they may have homemade go into that in. It wants a challenge. I see the role it says in your life as if you do have a love hate relationship with money if you hit muggy if he detested for whatever reason obviously don't want to see it the thing is that is energy that you're you have floating of particular atom and if you want money they money money will never be in your in your sphere of influence. It will never be your high and even if you do get money. It won't last long. Besides the thing is that you have to cultivate a healthy relationship with anything that you spire thirteen. Our money is needed in the world. Money is needed to be able to give you the good things in life to provide food shelter clothing able to send your children to school so it is the gets a pass man will arise an themselves rarely do not what money's not an enemy israeli way alley once we get saddam particular point but must get that opportunity love players to understand the rule. Is the place you were dedicated. What called a performance review because we will look hold. The money's performing at our lives will lock out to as something because there's nothing wrong with seeing you love money. there's nothing wrong you can be abundant. There's nothing wrong with that but while hopkins because you've grown up here money as eagle or rich. People are greedy all different things. Bill literally tear conditional aspect that we would have learned gel. Hold true of our walk wrong if they on our box and ben don't understand why. Our options edifice cycles but the cycles. Because they're all patterns the enemies cycles because of your outlook on unity cycle because of what you have been taw arts so it is career to not want to be there working off the money because you don't have to work hard for money as it is said must be love. were hard. but we don't have to be cleaned it. It is not a cia in front of the donkey mentality. the point is is that when you're working. Your job is to august one. What is your vigil. one is your way. what is the rationale. Do understand that. The more i do give the moral combat to you so you get rid of the mice that we deal with. The will issue gloves. Deep deep deep dummies at your belief system feels about foundational level. Saw that lost. His wife was affirmed that you come from a case of forgiveness of your possibly mistakes. You have a guinness are released. A law yourself. Give yourself permission to create wealth once you do the asset then then money come there. You have no problem with the flow of money. You have no issue releasing money as it comes as well because you understand that you're operating from a place of plenty a nasha absolutely and i totally agree and you brought up so many amazing points. I wanna go back over some of them just a little bit when we talk about A lot of times families don't have that money talk we call it the money. Talk that conversation about okay. This is where we are right now. This is what we're projecting. This is what we want to be legacy standpoint so a lotta times. That's absent and financial literacy. Oftentimes it's not taught in schools and families are not aware of it until they really get into a bad situation if they're fortunate enough to do that then other aspect like you said has money always acts in response to what we do if we even if we put money.
Kucherov Leads Lightning Over Canadiens 5-1 in Game 1
"The Tampa Bay Lightning take game one of the Stanley Cup finals defeating the Montreal Canadiens five one Eric Turner got his first career postseason goal at six nineteen of the first period to break the ice for the lightning whose nearly good job too scariest rostrata tonight you know took the defense from me and I just have to take the box so that was that was pretty good and I was glad we got the first goal and really started Montreal cut the lead in half when venture out fired a shot that ping pong off to lightning player skates and past Andre Vasilis ski but a defensive mistake by shot in the third period lead to lightning's third goal credited to Nikita Kucherov Kucherov added another and Steven Stamkos would extend Tampa bay's lead by four to seal the win game two Wednesday night Emily arena Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Vasilevskiy Shines Again, Lightning Blank Islanders 1–0 and Advance to Cup Finals
"The defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning are headed once again to the Cup finals after winning game seven one nothing over the New York Islanders Friday the game winner came a minute forty nine seconds of the second period a short handed tally by Yanni court who came off the bench unabated took a pass from Anthony zarroli and beat some young for alarm off glove side well first of all in the DJ just before we scored I think we had two or three thank grade block shots and I think that the goal doesn't happen if those guys don't go down and log those shots the eighteen save win four hundred US Leschi was his fourth consecutive series clinching shutout an NHL record Tampa Bay will host the Montreal Canadians for game one of the Stanley Cup final series Monday night Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Kucherov Shines, Lightning Beat Islanders 4-2 in Game 2
"Under US Leschi stopped twenty four shots to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a four two win over the New York Islanders and even the series at one game apiece Brayden point extended his goal streak to five games scoring the game opener New York Brock Nelson converted on the power play for a seventh of the playoffs on ripple out broke his eight game slump with the lightning second goal the lightning's defenseman chipped in to the game winner by yung Ruta and the fourth goal by Victor Hedman mat Barzal scored late for the islanders the series moved to Long Island for game three Thursday Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
"marcia" Discussed on Spiritual Dope
"Your journey has been an interesting to hear so much more than those around you. You've even question yourself has grown into these greasy. When did i mean why. Do people in general so limited process you. You're not alone. The world is slowly waking up what you already know inside get can't quite put welcome to the spiritual dope podcast. The show that answer the question. You never even knew to ask the answers to questions about you. This world with people in it most importantly how do i proceed now moving forward. We don't have all the answers but we sure. Do love living the gwen type of spiritual win your host brennan henley. Let's get right. Today's episode three two one. Hey there's facial today. I am on with the reverend dr marshaled leopard who is a civil rights. Attorney representing society's most marginalized. Her ministry is in south west shorts lat next population and international port with an aggressive regional. Ic- director you have to. I think with that is an episcopal free. She holds a master of divinity from the church divinity school on the pacific of the pacific. She earned her doctor of ministry in political theology from pacific school of religion. Dr lead founded political theology matters. Llc to help the faithful develop public theology mission for greater social justice marsa teaches speaks and preaches about political theology and varied forums. Marcia have here with us today. how are you. i'm good and i'm delighted to be with you brandon. Thank you absolutely so. I always like to start these off with this. This kind of idea that were or vessels for source creative energy of the divine right as it were and you know as it is. You and i are having this conversation. But somebody on the other and is listening in and they're going to get a message. That just i lights up that divine spark within them today. That's going to be delivered through. What is that message today. that we can work for the greater good even though it seems like our problems are super complex. Because we can tap into our spirituality to empower us all of that right the the idea that Tapping into our spirituality. I think that's And i'd love to get your perspective especially as you said you coming from marginalized population i feel i for my perspective. Anyways our spirituality is just vastly over neglected right and we don't look at it as this resource that can help propel us to this. The binds face right right So in this community that you're serving you. What are some of the. Wolves are ways that you're teaching them to tap into that a source well in a. It's really not just a parochial ministry. My fulltime work is teaching everybody. How to tap into our spirituality of resistance so It it's Like i said before. It seems like it's super complicated but in some respects. It's not we just have to do some inner work and we have to join forces with others to do this work so And i apologize. I kind of lost your question. It's quite alright so the idea right. So sorry how so. Yes connecting to that divine right so that they can Yeah lovers that Source for themselves so when you say do some are working and join forces with some others..
Vasilevskiy, Lightning Beat Panthers 4-0 to Advance
"The Tampa Bay Lightning advance to the next round of the Stanley Cup playoffs defeating the Florida Panthers for nothing in game six of their series Andre Russell Eskew stopped all twenty nine panther shots the game winner came off the lightning's first shot on net by Pat maroon I thought we battled very hard we want a lot of talk battles tonight as individuals to we were determined to you know just waiting to Pete and everyone in all all four lines to the D. too fast we all competed hard tonight Florida St but it took a bad roughing penalty in the second period which led to Tampa Bay second goal by Steven Stamkos giving the lightning a two nothing advantage entering the third period Brayden point and Alex killorn added to the lightning lead late in the game to seal the win Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Cernak Has Goal and 2 Assists, Lightning Beat Stars 6-2
"The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Dallas Stars six to Wednesday night in their seventh of eight meetings this season Dallas fighting for their playoff lives could only muster twenty two shots on under about celebrity return to the net for his three hundredth career game after two game respite Tyler Johnson broke the ice for Tampa Bay in the opening minutes you know we need asking to be a desperate team with you know where they are in the standings and what they need so we wanted to get out to get started we're able to do that and you know kind of keep it from there Tyler Sagan playing in just his second game this season tied the score in the final seconds of the first Alex killorn Brayden point scored to make it three one before Andrei Sakharov drew the stars to within one again Eric turned actor golden two assists Ross Colton and Mikhail Sergachev with the empty netters Walter Marcia can Tampa
Pacioretty Scores Twice, Golden Knights Beat Avalanche 5-2
"The golden knights widened their lead in the west division is Max patch ready scored twice in a five two win over the second place avalanche Vegas's won a team record ten in a row and moved six points ahead of Colorado with the apps having a game in hand the knights of outscore teams forty five seventeen during the win streak William Karlsson mark stone and Jennifer Marcia so also scored for Vegas Marc Andre Fleury made thirty five saves while improving to fifteen eight and two lifetime against Colorado Devine tames Arion graves scored for the apps I'm Dave Ferrie
Gourde Scores in OT to Lift Lightning Over Hurricanes 3-2
"Yanni Gourde scored in overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a three two win over the visiting Carolina hurricanes Tampa Bay took the early lead when Tyler Johnson said Alex killorn streaking across Carolinas blue line the warm roof is back and shot up over an outstretched Peter moresque he would end the night with the goal assist and a fight or what's become known as a Gordie Howe hat trick I haven't had a ton of fighting each other whenever you get a fight you're always hoping that you can get it going assistant to get it on on on the game winner in overtime really special they gave me the puck everything's the club's traded power play goals in the second period Brayden point netting is nineteenth of the season and Andrei Svechnikov goes thirteen marker for the hurricanes Carolina's Brady Shea evened the score in the third but neither team could get the deciding tally in regulation forcing overtime Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Non-Profit Provides College, Career and Life Readiness Programs to Under-Served Communities
"Recognized nonprofit, providing college career and life readiness programs to middle and high schoolers in underserved communities, with a little more than a month month and a half to go until the end of the school year. And with educators worried about the cove in 19 slide, I wanted to focus again this week on organizations doing what they can tow list students up here in North Texas and to bridge the gap when it comes to education, inequities and education is freedom is one such nonprofit? Marsha Thank you so much for being on the program today. You're welcome. I love the name. Education is freedom. It really says it all. Marcia, What do you want people to know about the work that education is freedom does well, really. What I want people to know Is that the work that we do absolutely impact. The like the students and family that the fact that we become face to face with students and we work with them and small groups, one on one And we help them complete all their college applications. Their financial aid forms do resumes and the workforce in life readiness training that these types of activities absolutely helped to change the trajectory and the lives of students. How has the cove in 19 pandemic affected the work that you do? And how did you pivot to make sure that you were still able to help the students that you serve? Well, that's very, very interesting. The good news and it is that we are small enough yet big enough flexible and agile enough that we were able to pivot pretty quickly. Actually, we got the news just as the school district's. They're getting ready to go on spring break, And so we worked the whole spring break, and by the time they came back the Monday afterward we had created Hybrid advising model
Report shows US homelessness rising even before pandemic
"Homelessness in America is on the rise and it already was before the corona virus pandemic drag down the economy a yearly report from the housing and urban development department found in January twenty twenty more than five hundred eighty thousand people didn't have a place to live on a given night that's a two percent increase over the year before and that was before the pandemic thrust to millions of people out of work newly confirmed hud secretary Marcia fudge says the report is very troubling and that homelessness has been rising over the past four years she's applauding the latest code relief package which includes five billion dollars for emergency housing vouchers to help get individuals and families off the street Jackie Quinn Washington
Calle Jarnkrok powers Predators past Lightning 4-1
"Pickering a stopped thirty eight of thirty nine shots to lead the Nashville predators to a four one road win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Monday afternoon the predators scored every way possible even strength on the power play short handed an empty net Kelly aren't quite figured into all of Nashville's goals finishing the game with four points including the short handed tally Nashville's red hot rookie Ellie told an opened the scoring early in the second roofing a rocket past the lightning's Curtis Michael Haney Renee credited the young guys for the much needed win and felt it came at the right time all the young guys there are people out there W. what won the game but it was stopped it was almost necessary process behind what most read will be sponsoring and it was it was a big win Viktor Arvidsson scored on the power play and Mateusz echoing got the empty netter Steven Stamkos spoiled the shutout for Pickering a scoring midway through the third Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Marcia Fudge sworn in as secretary of housing and urban development
"Year old Marcia Fudge is going from Congress to the Cabinet. He's been confirmed as the new HUD secretary in a 66 to 34 vote, the first black woman to head that department in more than 40 years, according to the Washington Post, But just said her priorities include ending discriminatory housing practices, But of more immediate focus will be helping those avoid eviction Amid the pandemic, millions of Americans are behind on rent.
US Senate confirms two more key Biden cabinet picks
"Day on the Hill, Marcia Fudge from Ohio representative confirmed as the housing and Urban Development secretary. You have Merrick Garland confirmed as the attorney general. I mean, ah lot going on. Over there. But then you have well. The question about Joe Biden. And how he's doing. They're supposed to be a press conference tomorrow with Joe Biden. I think when Joe Biden has given time and ample time to prepare, he can handle things. You know, I did say that in the debates, Joe Biden is gonna fall apart. He didn't fall apart. He wasn't great by any stretch, but he didn't fall apart. He seemed to have all his faculties. So maybe what it takes is a lot of prep to get him to be able to do the thing to build that level of memorization or whatever it is, it's going on to get him through it. And yes, I think that in a press conference, things were gonna be very, very tightly controlled. Wouldn't think that it would be otherwise. But more and more people want to push the idea that Kamila Harris might be in charge. After all, she's taking solo phone calls regarding foreign policy. And admittedly, Barack Obama never allowed Um Joe Biden to do that. He probably knew Joe Biden better than we do. And Mike Pence only did it a handful of times a couple times a year. Was he the one engaged in those conversations. So maybe it's just a difference of philosophy. Maybe it's indication of an issue. But the idea that it's maybe can't ask me to go down that that conspiratorial
Senate confirms Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge as HUD secretary
"Now the Senate has confirmed another member of President Biden's Cabinet. Ohio Congresswoman Marsha Fudge will become the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. She's the first black woman to head that department of more than four decades. She was approved by a vote of 66 to
Lightning beat Stars 5-0 in first Stanley Cup rematch
"I'm very best Leschi stopped all twenty shots to win his second straight shutout as the Tampa Bay Lightning trounced the Dallas Stars five nothing Saturday night the lightning were a perfect six for six on the penalty kill and Anthony zarroli back after missing six games due to injury scored the game winner short handed and got an assist on Steven Stamkos his tenth goal of the season he's such a huge piece to our team just obviously is the style of play and you know and and typical Sally fashion comes back as a bagel or really gets us going in and makes a great pass on on Michael's well so really nice to have them back maroon who seem to support the lightning after a scrap with Jamie Oleksiak in the first period scored on the power play Brayden point Ondrej Palat also scored for Tampa Bay Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
McElhinney leads Lightning to 3-1 win over Hurricanes
"Curtis Michael he stopped thirty one of thirty two shots and got an assist on the game winning goal to steal a win first Tampa Bay Lightning who beat the Carolina hurricanes three to one Thursday night I got a hand for guys I thought we hung in there and you know we got a great shot to get that second goal and and then we hung on for the for the most part but you know huge two points for everybody in that restaurant tonight the hurricane struck first with a pretty place started by Sebastian aho feeding a streaking Jesper fast who threaded a cross slot pass to Brett Pesci for an easy shot past mackel Haney but that would be their only goal of the game despite outplaying the lightning for much of it Tampa Bay managed to even the score in the second McHale circuit Jeff getting his first of the season and Yanni Gourde went top shelf to beat James Reimer for the game winner Barclay Goodrow added the empty netter late in the game Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Jarry stops 31 shots, Penguins shut down Islanders 4-1
"The Pittsburgh Penguins broke the New York Islanders eight game point streak Thursday night defeating the visiting Isles four to one Sidney Crosby playing is nine hundred ninety nine game got his team on the board early by redirecting Kasperi Kapanen shot from the left circle the eventual game winner came off the stick of teddy blogger who collected a rebound and put it into an open net behind Semien Barlaam off lugar felt staying out of the penalty box was key to the win I mean not helped in the most part we're pretty tight defensively I know they had a few chances but within government I'm trying to work with and I was even when I did have chances jars came up big so it's kind of a combination of everything Jason Zucker and Bryan rust would add two more penguin goals in the final frame Brock Nelson scored the lone islanders goal on a power play with just over four minutes left in the game I'm Walter Marcia Cano
"marcia" Discussed on Women and Wealth
"I'm doing really well. I'm so happy we have marshes back to talk to us again today. On the topic of medicare today's medicare. what was the last podcast on. Last one she spoke with us about was a lot about social security planning and all kinds of some of the pitfalls and how to avoid them. It was a really engaging discussion. If i say so myself so. If you haven't heard that one. I recommend you go back and listen to that one as well. It really really was and i asked that question even though i was here and i got to be part of it it was. It was great to hear you guys talking back and forth and marsha wrote a book. What's the deal with security for women. It's a fantastic book. I have a copy of it and the reason she wrote. This is because for over thirty years. Marcia mental has helped the country's foremost financial services firms and advisers increase their knowledge of complex retirement concepts and regulations and then she turns it the technical intangible which is fantastic. And like esther said if you haven't heard the first podcast please go back and listen to it. You'll see exactly what we mean. Marcia brings it down to my level. Even i can understand it and so she has a wonderful way of speaking. Marcia thank you so much for coming back on the show. I'll go much. Eric esther for inviting me back. I am thrilled to be here. Well it's all esther and speaking of esther. I'm gonna let you go with this because say you guys have a lot to talk about. We have a lot to talk about and go on for a long time but we kick it right off here with marsha. How your your retirement industry go-to person for not only social security but medicare also you've spent many years. I think over twenty years right researching and providing answers to people on this. So what what got you interested in. The medicare portion was really questions coming at me. Fast and furious.
"marcia" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"Full retirement age, which is around sixty six or sixty seven for most young people today. It shows you how a little you get if you claim early at 62 and it's a forever lock-in of the least least least amount you can get and it showed me how much you get at 70 which is where it maximizes the benefit the statement allows for conversations to get started. And to help especially with couples. If you are a married couple if you are married now in a same-sex married couple they have rules of work for you too. If you're working with couples, they need to understand the clothes intercom connectivity between and among each other so that there's not a spouse Gap. I call it see there's the mom wage Gap the mom Gap the Widow Gap and the care Gap and these all affect women maybe a man, you know, every 300 man is affected here, but a woman got paid a lot less for the same jobs. We all know that the mom Gap when you step out of the workforce. If you don't understand that taking that time off to Raise Your Darlings will call shoot from a social security perspective. You just need to know there are consequences that will dog you in retirement. So you need to know about that 35 years of earnings. That's what goes into the Social Security. Recalculation your personal highest thirty-five years of earnings then if you become a widow you get to step into the shoes of your husband's benefits if it gives you a higher benefit, but when a husband claims early, you know at 62 cuz he's tired or he doesn't feel like working anymore or maybe because he lost his job. Well that also locks her into her widowed benefit the least amount that she should get and there's no changing it. It just is what it is. So all of these factors have to be very challenging for advisors to have as discussion points, but it's critical and so if you don't want to be the expert that is perfectly fine hire out the expertise that you need. It's amazing that a lot of financial advisors friends who are other advisers CPAs or outside Consultants. Can actually increase the business opportunities that are happening. When you bring in that outside Consulting, you don't have to look at them as competition. They are they show one how deep your benches and to page also shows that there are a lot of really smart people out there and you don't know everything and Marcia..
"marcia" Discussed on Women and Wealth
"With those situations and plan before your spouse dies like let's not ignore this topic married to this wonderful man Dan we met in college we've been married thirty seven years, but every single day I have to kill Dan off because when we when we planned things we have to, we really do look what happens if Dan dies I and at this early age what happens of Marcia Dice I. It matters you know and let's we don't WanNA think about it. So make it fun and then he comes back to life because I make dinner. So it's all good. Well, this has been great I mean it is so important with us. Within the firm of Gates Pass, we always look out to the best resources for our clients because we don't know every single thing, but we know that it's important to go deep into these areas tend to get the beat best resources on board. So Marcia I would love to have you back to talk about the other part of retirement planning in in terms of government benefits, which is Medicare. Would you be interested in sharing your knowledge in that area as well Oh, the other area that I love. ESTER. Yes. Thank you so much. I'd be happy to come back. Great. So if somebody needed to reach out to you directly and or get a copy of your book, How should they do that? Oh thank you for asking. They can find me on my blog, which is boomer retirement briefs Dot. Com and the book what's the deal with social security for women is on Amazon and Barnes and noble? Very good and it's boomer retirement. Brief. Briefs Think yes. See short-term memories already an issue. Thank you so much Marsha Eric. Back to you it's been a wonderful having you Marcia. Thank you. Thank you. Fantastic. This was a wonderful interview Marcia your incredibly knowledgeable esther I've said it before I'll say it again you bring on fantastic guests and and I'm so glad that Martius coming back. To thank you. You Bet all right again. Thank you sir. Thank you Marcia, and, of course last thank you goes to the listening audience. Thank you for tuning in and listening to the women and wealth podcast her Szabo if you have.
"marcia" Discussed on KTOK
"End we decided to move to Marcia got a bit too much of it will be activity that was happening in the house and you know I think it's quite meaningful ongoing it's yeah could gravitate towards another so are we she left with my daughter and I basically just tied up again in the U. K. I should mention the weather coming we've been through with the U. K. Scientology European Scientology headquarters location full of the church internationally and the the actor Tom Cruise is often you know visiting account this data and is already in I think it was December two thousand and eleven there was a famous UFO case that hit the U. K. national headlines in the strength of the town where we had moved in on this you know Scientology headquarters based maybe two to three miles away from home but anyway I'm not I'm not leaving us all morning I should say in the summer of two thousand eleven I think the six British Airways jet pilots and visually seeing three to six what can only be described as cycles of metallic flying school would literally hovering over that U. K. Scientology headquarters I'm not only by the radar at London Gatwick apple it also picked up the same thing and by the way they call that number you got with capital is one of the UK's largest apple but if you know when you have on the London is about seventy miles away and the airport is in my home county of west Sussex so it's it's a really curious and fascinating place there's been a lot of attention on the fight for this UFO sightings Scientology I know it's been approved by John Travolta and Tom Cruise I'm laying on the lawn through all day on the line to this location so I would say may two thousand and thirteen on board with the rights we decide to move to Russia now maliciously some of the I've been visiting coal you know fifty thousand of course because there's decades beforehand but the government somewhere you know outside of your own country prominently another another thing all together it's a nice tropical climate it's hard to be beautiful Mark Twain once described it in one of his books and he said the from one citizen you can gather the idea the purchase was made for us and then have them and then having the carpet off the marshes of mark Twain's impression of Jana because she also making a political statement on the the slavery trade that was happening on the island at the time it was one of the unfortunately the central points in the wall place were what liberals as you mentioned that there were about five hundred sixty miles east of Madagascar which is a much larger country and made famous by wonderful Pixar and Disney film franchises I enjoy watching my kids the island is about thirty eight miles long and about thirty miles away so it's about twice the size of Hong Kong and it lies just north of the tropic of Capricorn on it absolutely volcanic in nature it is auto about comics your live in which someone that much as I mentioned that about one point three million people living on the island about eighty percent of them living in and around the capital port Louis the multi cultural right the sorry could multi control itself multicultural country lot of influences from different European countries as well as the indigenous people absolutely right yes yes I mean the richest the the kind of human history is relatively recent a modern what we know is that Arab traders from Monday I'm on Austronesian favors I think it was a very the tenth century around the end of one thousand eighty on one side first spotted beyond the non Portuguese sailors first came here nearly fifteen hundred on the basically use that as a stopping off point on the spice free trading right but then many places that might not be which is on the upper east coast all Africa for the Portuguese navigators professor used the on on the focal point on the way to endurance training slices the fifth of the country itself over all of the first posted on a map that was made by a Portuguese coupled with her at the time and if not which smuggled out of Portugal to Italy on the orders of a certain few confira and there was a guy from the city that did the three fifty nine thirty malicious forms part of three islands then I called the Mascarene islands reunion island is about a hundred miles off the west coast the not that she bought a phone negative thirty so we have malicious where we are which is an independent Republic of nineteen ninety four and was given independence in nineteen sixty eight on the British colonial militias also has a fixed the line and cooled regarding which is really beautiful underwater by armed groups let me get off the post that they they live fish bowl and silent it's a beautiful island and you know the odds gave them the names of the even my Griffin do you know how rugby commercials and even more already full J. P. on I'll have to interrupt you there for a second JP Hagen's my gas we're gonna get into a pretty tremendous you up okay said that happened in is now adopted homeland of malicious we'll be right back toto takes.
"marcia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And I'm Marcia Taylor did you see that guy was asked to leave during the president's speech he is Fred Gutenberg the father of a fourteen year old parkland shooting victim it happened just after president Donald Trump bowed to protect your second amendment rights listen well it's not exactly clear what we're saying we know it had something to do with gun violence he was quickly escorted out of the visitors gallery where he was a guest of Nancy Pelosi ever since the twenty eighteen shooting Greenberg has become a well known advocate for gun violence prevention and in a tweet he later apologized for the disruption to his family and friends son of a gun is ninety six point five W. D. BO some social media drama appears to be the heart of a violent attack in Orange County deputies arrested a woman in her boyfriend this week after they choked a woman stole her phone Apopka Shelby Jackson and Jerrell almond those were apparently upset about a Facebook post the victim made they thought was in reference to them the two are facing charges that include robbery and burglary here's an update to a story we've talked about senator Marco Rubio says companies pulling funding from the state school voucher program or making a publicity stunt to banks fifth third and Wells Fargo recently announced they're stopping future donations to the program it came after an Orlando Sentinel investigation found eighty three of the participating schools have policies discriminating against LGBT Q. students Rubio calls it a quote a blistering start aimed at earning woke miss points with the radical left he says the banks are really punishing thousands of underprivileged parents and students who may lose the chance to attend the school the otherwise couldn't afford gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. DVL Google is apologizing after they confirm they sent some private videos to complete strangers here's what happened lots of people use Google photos to back up videos and photos stored on their phones Google offers an option for people to download a copy of their private data called Google takeout but when people use Google takeout to download their own content they were accidentally given in some cases videos uploaded by people they don't know a Google spokesperson says we fix the underlying issue have conducted an in depth analysis to prevent this from ever happening again we're very sorry this happened orally news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. good morning seven thirty five your listing lentils morning news updated weather and traffic every six minutes good morning Joe that strong front headed our way out ahead of it warmer weather eighty one today with a mix of sun and clouds pretty nice and comfortable mile tonight in the sixties to more close to record highs mid eighties on the way but again tomorrow night that front arrives strong to severe storms a possibility damaging winds isolated tornado risk again for tomorrow night from channel nine Eyewitness News I meteorologist Brian shields Brian it is now hazy cloudy and fifty eight at Orlando severe weather station six such security triple team traffic in checking the drive on I for one spend as your head now from Stanford the start tapping the brakes first near four thirty four from that point all the way to colonial drive in a take about thirty two minutes I for you spell slowdowns from twenty seven all the way to five thirty two for eighteen minutes they got twenty three minutes drive time from the turnpike to Emelia also gonna find some slowdowns on the four seventeen south bound just after red bug Lake Road few minutes there than a tap the brakes again analemma don't even lower prices on your favorite dell H. P. a little the windows ten computer system starting at just ninety nine ninety nine only and refresh computers is the refresh computer superstore in long would with traffic alerts every six minutes in.
"marcia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Every computer Marcia Taylor investigators looking into the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others say it dropped out of the sky rapidly and was dropping for a minute here's reporter Alex stone today the wreckage of the helicopter is gone the NTSB is already done on site they've backed up all of the pieces and move them out to a secure place somewhere here in southern California there they will inspect all of the pieces but on site now the charred hillside remains without the burns twisted pieces of metal diving deeper investigators say the helicopter carrying Brian didn't have a warning system to alert the pilot was too close to land known as a Tawes NTSB member Jennifer Harman D. told reporters in two thousand for her agency recommended that the FAA make toss mandatory on all rotor powered aircraft seating six or more people but the FAA did not act remains of Brian and three others have all been positively identified no one of the main suspects in the death of an Aucilla county mother will now go on trial in may but not for her murder and your various attorney told a judge yesterday the defense was not prepared to go to trial next month and we'd speedy trial Rivera's the Coleman Talbot's father in law he was charged with abuse of a body and not reporting her death after her remains were found in pieces buried on his property sheriff's office arrested him for murder but no formal charges have been filed remains in jail for violating his bond conditions Kevin reviews news ninety six point five W. DDO following a brief amber alert issued for Florida incident one week old Andrew cab a year was last seen in Miami he may be with forty nine year old Ernesto cubby gyro who is five seven and two hundred and forty pounds you've been out for two thousand and one white Chevy express with the Florida tag each P. T. Y. one three if spotted do not approach and call nine one one orally news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. well Hong Kong stocks had their worst day in almost six months today's investors returned after for a holiday and an escalating coronavirus outbreak US markets recovered somewhat Tuesday Dow futures will look at them right now are all pointing up in the streets of Miami or turning red hat a Superbowl fifty for both teams color schemes are red and gold so the big question is can you tell the difference between forty nine a red and chief Fred well specifically forty Niners wear Pantone one eighty seven seat and the chiefs wear Pantone PMS one eighty six see that doesn't totally clear it up for you the good news is the forty Niners will be wearing their white uniforms in the big game but what will you wear I'm John of it or use the open Mike in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. app and tell us how to spot the difference between fans.
"marcia" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"B. O. every computer Marcia Taylor aren't also county commissioners are expected today to approve a controversial extension for the Osceola parkway the nine mile extension would connect state road for seventeen to new developments but would also have a portion cut through split oak forest this forest is home to stay protected animals such as sand hill cranes in gopher tortoises but if another route was taken it would impact nearly twenty homes in an arc see area the meeting to discuss this issue will be held today at five thirty Daniel Vargas is ninety six point five to be DB are a death investigation is under way after a man was hit by a son real train in Orlando the thirty year old was walking on the tracks we Kaylee and called the Columbia street train station at the time of the collision right now it's unclear when exactly the crash happened there's one day for you now on an amber alert for two children who went missing Sunday in Jacksonville the two children are six year old Braxton Williams and five year old Bria Williams they were last seen playing outside her home around eleven AM Sunday morning on west beaver street when sheriff's officers responded Braxton was last seen wearing a red sweater and blue jeans and Brea a gray sweater and black leggings anyone with information is urged to contact the Jacksonville sheriff's office immediately George Ramirez is ninety six point five W. D. B. O. Orlando police are looking for two teams they say robbed a convenience store investigators say the teen's barge into a circle K. and north orange Avenue yesterday morning deputy say one held the clerk at gunpoint while the other one took money out of the registers the clerk was not hurt officers search for the two suspects without any lot on channel nine's Nancy Alvarez for news ninety six point five W. DVL seminal county firefighters are looking into the cause of a house fire from last night our broke out at a home on Remington driving a veto just down the street from the UCF campus everyone in the house was able to get out fine firefighters think that the fire place could be to blame and kids at the children's hospital in Orlando we're getting a special treat later this morning this special window washing crew will be lifting spirits Nemours children's hospital today the crew we dressed in Santa and elves suits as kids and their families watched through the glass a one orange exterior building services has been doing this at the Morris since the first open their doors seven years ago their crews entertain the kids to the glass twice a year sales news ninety six point five W. TVO good for them seven thirty five now what Orlando's morning news Joe good morning some awesome weather for today comfortably warm Heysel tomcat around eighty two lots of sunshine today staying dry so I will get some more patchy fog developing temperatures down in the mid sixties tomorrow eighty three with the chance of some late day showers and storms for channel nine Eyewitness News I need are all just Brian shield right now it is mostly clear sunny fifty eight at Orlando's severe weather station security triple team traffic at Torrance checking on Monday drive in and seeing the first one is on a high for westbound near the long would rest from that point you're looking at about a thirty five minute drive time all the way to colonial drive after that going to be back up to speed and then on I. four east bound you got those slowdowns on the approach to U. S. twenty seven thirty all the way to just after five thirty two for about twenty five minutes eighteen minute drive time from John Young parkway to a million now even lower prices on your favorite dell HP and one of the windows ten computer system starting just ninety nine ninety nine only a refresh computers visit the refresh computer superstore in long with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning we're hoping to get to work on time I'm AT torch news ninety six point five W. CBO one the conventional wisdom is completely out the door on this one because conventional wisdom would have whatever the indicated that some members of the president's party would defect to the other party because of the impeachment but in in real embarrassing development for the Democrats a Democrat is leading that party to become a Republican ahead of the impeachment vote we've got that next bedroom is used mainly for sleep right but there is one thing everyone's doing in the bedroom so yeah I'm doing it in the bed in the morning for the evening and just as collectively news ninety six point five W. T. V..
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"It is give you a hint Marcia Marcia, Marcia motto. She is pissed Marcia Brady who real name is Maureen McCormick. She is ticked off because anti vaccines online in Facebook groups, they're using her picture, and they're pointing to an episode of the Brady bunch from nineteen sixty nine I think that was the first season if I'm not mistaken. And in fact, I've got some of the episode here, and they're trying to use hers the poster child for you don't need vaccine. You know, you just get the measles. And then you build up your immunity from that. And here's here's some audio. Is that Bobby Bobby comes home from school? And I think tells. Measles, measles, or a strange case. Red freckles temperature totally hundred one point one. What's the record never mind the measles? Well, he certainly got all the symptoms. A slight temperature. Lot of dots. And a great big smile. Great big smile. A few days. Bring him some comic books. Okay. Obviously, it's pretty damn contagious. So then all the kids get the measles. This is the life. If you get sick shit. Can't beat the measles. That's right. No medicine, insider out don't even mention shuts. Yes..
"marcia" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Yeah. Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell. You. What is popping in the culture? And I am thrilled today to have one of my favorite people. Marcia gay harden who is giving when doesn't she give a really great performance? But when you see her in the lifetime movie love you to death. You're going to see something extraordinary about the character. She's playing and how she portrays her so congratulates. No, I don't know. You always surprise me. But this is a dark story really is it's based on a true story, which is even darker than the story that we're telling which is inspired by the true story. It's only. This character is well, I'm playing what was inspired by documentary. The new may know about that came out. I think in two thousand fifteen or sixteen called mommy, deaden, dearest. And it's the story of a woman who has much house disease. But the no one knows that what you see is incredibly wonderful caregiving. Mom, who's caring for her daughter who has cancer the daughters in a wheelchair. The daughter has is bald and has grown up from a little girl battling cancer. And that's who the public knows and one day that one was found murdered. And the daughter was missing. And they were sure that that poor little wheelchair girl inter teens now had been kidnapped by the murderer. And then they discovered the girl with her boyfriend, and that they had planned the murder, and they discover the girl could walk. She never had cancer. All those years the public of Indu CT and the mother had kept her sick. The mother. That's what Munchausen is you. Keep someone sick for your own gain, usually attention. But in this case, the daughter was the cash cow. The it was the the ticket the meal ticket and the mom kept the daughter sick all her life. But we see such there's so many levels on which this is playing because when I'm watching it, and I'm watching you play this character there many many moments where I'm saying how much is she aware of what she's doing one hundred percent for my questions when I read the script. First of all, I was very interested in the collusion between the mother and daughter because what we know is that the daughter is in a wheelchair to the public all the time. So what is it like at home? There's the mom ever go. Honey, the curtains are drawn you can get out and walk around. Now. Honey, what was their understanding at home, which will never understand because the daughters in jail, and the mother is murdered. So we only have what the daughter says it was like at home, and we can choose to believe that or not. I found myself not defending the Mazdas behavior of the mother. But wondering what was the truth of the daughter story because the daughter had been taught to lie from the time. She was a baby her entire life had been allied to the public. So that's why I wanted to know where did truth lie does truth lies somewhere in the hall, and what was the truth, and we'll never know it. But it's it's a terrible story. It's very very think about where it lies does what the the amazing thing about watching this movie as well. You are transformed in this. What were you wait what we doing wearing a factor to this fence suit was just kind of a puffier at a little weight had longer hair? And then later, it's a weighted. There's sand things in the legs. And it's lumping because the the mom got really obese and it was an unhealthy. She looked unhealthy. And I really wanted that to be part of it. I felt like the mom the bigger she got was. In relationship to the more. She was sucking from the daughter the more life. She was pulling from the daughter, and she kind of bloated up to the end, and you can see it. If you look on line and look at the pictures of her face was like like a football. It was like a big just bloated face. I think she was on steroids. I don't know what she was on. But she was on some kind of medicine, and I really wanted to have the burden of carrying all the weight of what she was doing to the daughter around with me. So that was the first part understand the character was just understanding that and then I had a big wig on and really bushy eyebrows. It must been great. You know? Profession, iran. Exactly all all the time. But it was actually liberating to be able to say, I don't have to this isn't I have act. I just put like, you know, just you just put it on hair and makeup helps you so much. And then it gives you an avenue into the darkness of the character. We're looking at something based on the real thing where you don't have all the answers. Right. And yet when you watch a character develop on seeing is this mother saying you people in the hospital don't understand what's going on. I do I'm protecting this child. That's what it was. And the entire medical profession. Could be fooled. There is there is a feeding tube in the girl, sir. Like, I think her Sola salivary glands taken out, but she had there were surgeries done on this child exploratory surgeries based on what the mom was saying. And the daughter was just told to be quiet, but she full the medical profession. She full doctor. She was given more medicine than she should've been given an in the feeding tube the mom would feed her cancer. -cation that made her feel like shedded has medications may feel sick. And I'm sure that the next step was defeated drugs that would mentally disabled her because they'd come, you know, Hormuz kicked him the girl became a teenager. I'm sure at some point mom wanna walk and not just that. I want a boyfriend and mom was like absolutely not. So that's what led to the end of the story to the demise of the murder of the mother was the fact that the girl wanted to be free. How do you and Emily worked together to create these characters g to know each other before we didn't? But it was instant the second I met her Sagir my daughter, let's go, and she is she's a New York girl. She's now in California, but she's a theater actress. And so we just kind of got together on so many levels, and Emily is a true crime junkie. And so she would send me all of these. Websites and all of these apps and things where I could get the true crime story, which was dangerous because the more we learn about the real story, the more I wanted in our story because there's so much to tell it's a really dark lurid, and it is more dark and lurid. The more you learn I just think it's so ironic that here you are mother of three right playing this mother from hell, which is like she is. And when we see that turn when we begin to see some of the things that she's doing. You know, you jump back like this. And yet you have written this book about your own mom. Yeah. Which is just a love letter to what motherhood is your own mother suffering from off my mother has been suffering and she passed away actually in December. And the last thing she did. Thank you, the last thing, she did if she such a hero in so many ways, she donated her brain to Alzheimer's research, and she had stipulated that previously that that's what she wanted to happen. And then, you know, she passed away her kids made sure we all made sure that happened. But it's just she was such a valiant warrior in every way to your. I didn't demure pearls lovely lady, you know, soft spoken didn't like conflict, but underneath just two nations as the day is long. And you're you're so right for me. A great example of what being of others all about was just the most loving accepting. Ersan sacrificing for us and in this case in love you to death. I'm playing a mom who's asking the daughter to sacrifice for her total such a reversal. Did. She know, you know, not at the end. Now, I would tell her. Tell her was and then you could see her a glimmer of memory that she once she said to me, and I love that. She said this. I know there's something important about you. But I don't know who you are. And she knew I was important to her and her life, but she couldn't tell I was by the way, I like that all the people. I know I worked with you. I know this thing important, but I can't tell who you are. So I think she she lived like that all the time. But I do have understanding of that panic. I understand that panic when I was on in God of carnage. I don't know. Did you you came to see that did definitely there's one night. I forgot my liners right in the beginning of the play. And I forgot my line. And we could not carry on with the play. Because no one knew the next line or knew how to feed me the next line because the play was an argument. You know, how it an arguing? Yeah. You never know when you're in an argument, and then you rehash later you go. No, no, no. I didn't say that. Then because you hadn't said what you said that I wouldn't what I said until you. So you said, so you're always rehashing argument right about who with the sequence. So we're in the middle of an argument, and I can't remember my next line and James Gandolfini. God bless him says. Tell them about the flowers, Honey. And I said, well, I just did tell about the flowers, and I repeated the line and hope mumbles DEA have Marsha December. Nope, not at all. And one point we had they got him walk off stage and we had to start the play over to play going on. I couldn't remember because it was so and yet you won the Tony for that perform I was this. But I couldn't remember what I could. I could one day. Yeah. I wanted to ask you a little bit about growing up in this world because your dad was military rights. You you guys just lived everywhere as we did Japan, Greece. Germany, Washington DC, Texas, Virginia, Maryland, California, Long Beach, sandiego Carmel, we won every every one year. Sometimes every two years I went to three different high schools at I skipped a year of high school. So it was always moving which I personally love. A come from a family of five, and I have kids, and I'm the only actor so I people do want to say oh lot of actors come from military families. Well, one out of five did my family, and and I love the moving around. And I think we all did it just introduced us to the world. And I think almost no better education than experience and travel. It's such a great education. You're talking about that memory that memory is something you never wanna lose. Because it's a part of what makes you, you know, through all of this. I remember seeing you on screen the first time in Miller's crossing cone brothers, film, warr glamour, strain rates all of this thing happening, and we feeling it. When that happened where you saying this. I'm doing the right thing. This is for me hundred percents. One hundred percent, I've loved acting for a long time when we were stationed in Greece. My dad was the commanding officer of naval base there. My mother was take it out and go out and see the world. So. We would go to the Parthenon at the foot of which is you know, is the haired Atticus theatre the ancient ancient theater, and we would see plays there. And I literally remember Madera through the arched curves in billowing red sobbing about her kids, and the Greek people all around me crying and me trying to follow the libretto as it were on the page and just feeling like if people can have passion like this like that's what I related to that agony and passionate and crying to the gods and joy that was bigger than anything and sadness. It was bigger than anything. So that inspired me. And I wanted to do that myself, but I didn't decide to do until I went back to the university of Texas. And then I started studying I realized I knew absolutely nothing about acting. And I really had a long journey ahead of me to learn what the craft was and but I've loved it ever since. I just love it the doing of it becomes the joy of this major thing for you. Yes. Until win a pivotal moment. Like you win and Academy Award for Pollick. And you leak crasner. Suddenly there people are saying to you. Well, it's not just you. And the joy you're getting from it. We love what you're doing take this award. Does that duty? I love when people meet me on the street, and they say, we love your work. But then they talk about a tickly character who meant something to them. A lot of people talk about law and order view character data that I played she'd get so much respect from people. So they're seeing something in me in this character that they relate to in themselves. And it just makes me feel you know, what it does is. It makes me feel very connected. The award is fantastic. It makes me feel respected validated. Of course. But I feel connected when I speak to people about roles that they loved or why? And you know, part of the joys to meeting the people that I play like Camille that I play in love you to death is not a nice person. But I'm glad that I met her. I got to investigate what that was to be her or Lee crasner, I had the daddy to think when I played Lee crasner that. I would discover that I myself. Marcia gay harden was a great painter at. So you know, because you have to study the painting to play the character. And we got we had a lot of museum people who would take us through curated wonderful exhibits and explain to us, and I needed to be explained you why a red dot in the middle of a white paper is actually art had to explain that in modern art is hard to understand. But so I thought well I'm going to discover now when I pick up the paint Russian paints a great painter, and what occurred was I didn't have a need for specific color. And I think if you're gonna pay something you'd have to know that you're gonna put red and you have to understand why you're using. And I just thought I I could easily pick a blue as I can pick up. Green pickup, Brad. I'm not being spoken to my oil or watercolor stopping spoken to whereas an acting. It's a dialogue that that is easier for me. I hear it something speaking to the character doing I mean, you just came off. A series in code black. A doctor knows everything that is. But I wouldn't want you to do brain surgery. Great. Is that would any search? Yeah. Well, you know, what I want to stop for a minute. And we have questions from social media a couple for you. So if you're willing to look at this from David your son Hudson is YouTube blogger has he inspired you do any YouTube ING, maybe start your own channel my son. Hudson is amazing Hudson. She'll and he does if you don't know he does make up so he blogs about his makeup, and he's really good of logs that this has logs like, I don't even know I feel like I'm so you should've seen them trying to claim to me I still like, but I don't get the point of it. What's the point of? And so I'm I'm old school. I just I don't think I would ever stands the question. I don't think I would actually start my own channel unless I really had something to say. And I really had the time to do it. It takes a lot of time. Hudson says it's hard for me to do this and be in school. And I just love that. Because he's trying to start a business where he's doing makeup and showing makeup on people. And he does makes did do me. He did do we were upstate in the barn. And he. Said mom, you know, I've I've got my I've done myself. He says, and I need to do you. Or is one of the sisters. Can I please do? I was like sure buddy. So we went upstairs in the barn. We set up some rudimentary lighting, and he did a whole makeup look on me. And it's great. I mean, he also loves drag and he loves that. So he doesn't self a little more fabulously. But he's done me for red carpet before that's good and sisters. Let him explain. Expand makes them look. Amazing. Look at that. As a me on this show. Good. Okay. We're gonna have or let's see the next question here. Ben s says is their role that you passed on that you now regret? No. I think as soon as you I pass on a roll. I forget it. And I enjoy some those pass on something because I think I don't know what I could bring to that. It's an amazing project. It's an amazing script. But I think I'd rather watch someone else do it. Then me go do that myself and use things I pass on our very very dark that I don't think I could see myself. Love, you know, no passing on at all to do anything like that. So I don't know people. Come and ask you for vice because we were just talking about Pollock, and you winning the Oscar what would you say to these actors that are now nominated for kademi Woodward that time and approaching that for the first time the only one who's approaching it is the young girl is Lisa from Roma. You'll be upset. She was plucked from teacher a teacher in kindergarten somewhere and pulled from a remote village to be in this role. Her life has changed the most dramatically, and I think to go back to her life is going to be interesting to see how this woman of extrordinary character and grace handles that the other ones I say, just hang on and have fun. It's a great ride right now. And if you the nomination is the key the nomination is the key. So just enjoy don't worry about winning. If you do you do if you don't you don't. But enjoy the. That little gold thing where where do you keep it nine is on my with all other kids trophies basketball trophies and all other trophies mixed in with though? Yeah, it is. It is. I think that's perfect. Like it. Don't hang on have fun. I liked well this show. You haven't been on this particular show with me before? So you don't know an ends in song. No it does. Marcia gay together? Yes. Oh, you can sing what's in your head. And if I know it all join in a song in my head. Song in your head. You grew up yet three kids who are always singing, the only because my head is this old, man. He plays one. Hey plays. Nick, Nick, Nick, Nick pedal. Give on this old man came rolling home. Why I thought of that? I have absolutely turned it into rap. I heard it like that before Marcia gay. Thank you. So thank you much. Always. 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