35 Burst results for "Marlene"

"marlene" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"marlene" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"So does that make sense? So most of our soul pets, they've traveled with us since whenever the beginning of time. And so they're showing up in a way that helps us to catch our attention. And then be receptive to hearing what that message might be. And it could come in many different ways. Like this lady you heard her and her husband were talking about the Dalai Lama, and then the next day I mentioned the Dalai Lama in an integrated part of the story. Like, that just is too non coincidental, right? Right. And I never use the Dalai Lama before in an example of what I was explaining to her. So I thought that was pretty interesting to me. There's almost like a channel message. Which we all do, this is you're sure your audience is used to it. You know, some people would go, oh, that's kind of weird. But we all do it. We just don't always acknowledge it. Right. So the less awakened person, they may have an incident where they're driving their car and something tells them not to turn down that street. And if they listen, nothing happens. If they don't listen, they something, you know, hopefully not terrible happens, and they go, you know, I knew I shouldn't have done that and I did it anyway, and then consequence. So it's that kind of a thing. And it's that intuition that we have suppressed so much that our pets can help us to bring out. But we all channel. It's not anything unique. It's just that we have to maybe work with somebody who can help us feel more confident in hearing the messages and being able to interpret the signs. But I look at everything in my life. And I go, that's interesting. Why did I create that? And some of it's painful. Right. I honestly, the most painful parts are the ones that have the most healing involved because those are the ones that are typically hardwired in our subconscious mind. And so it just coming back up as a program. Kind of like your computer. Let's say your hard drive is full. And you need to make room on the hard drive. So you have to start deleting files. Well, you can't stand across the room at your closed computer and say, delete delete. It's not going to do anything. So you have to open the computer, you have to find the program. You have to literally open the file. And then you have to choose if you want to delete and what is the computer say when you hit the delete button? Right. Are you sure? Are you sure? Are you sure? No one ever misses that question. Are you sure? And your subconscious mind is exactly like that. If you start to delete a program that your hardwired to, your subconscious mind is going to go, wow. If you delete that, I don't have something else to put in its place because you haven't added a new program. So this is where working with practitioners who can do emotional clearing and the emotional reprogramming and all that is really important because your subconscious mind is there to run you on autopilot and it keeps you safe. With what it knows, but it's just a database and it's information that was put in by ancestors and their family and whatever you saw and learned up to 7 years of age. And so that is your CPU. And some of it may be serving you really well. But I always ask my pet parents if something comes up, it's super easy. You ask the question, is this pattern serving me a positive purpose? And if it is, keep doing it. But if it's not, that needs to be reprogrammed. And again, you're a veterinarian. And this is so amazing. So when somebody comes in and even in that example or any other example you want to use, the pet has cancer, I mean, everything you're saying sounds like that you're working with the owner about their emotional issues. And the pet is not secondary, but the pets just to your point, like a messenger for the healing of the actual owner of the pet. So your vet clinic is really, it sounds like treating the humans and the pets, but the pet is the treatment of the pet, I'm sure is obviously you're taking care of the pet as well. But are you like coaching people then and counseling kind of or not much? I helped them to get awareness. I direct them to information so that they can start internalizing it. Very rarely do I do emotional.

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"marlene" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"marlene" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The phones lit up We made a lot of money And as I'm sitting there I go because of that I'm sitting here These are the experiences that you know what I don't like You know what He never gave me a dime No never Never Never never I did We got a free lunch the other day because of you That's right Yeah I take places You answer the phone Are you gonna go to the phone No no Well we are I call screen too He's full service Hey thank you I got outfit zero here Tommy G I don't want to miss Pennsylvania Marlene We're having a great time Bring about great memory I'm telling you bro he's got stuff in his brain I can only imagine I'm telling you Did you share some of it with us Yeah so here's another story Okay so I don't know if you remember back in the day in the 90s there was a very short lived airline that should have done much much better It was called MGM air It was owned by the guy that owned the MGM in Vegas So they would take a 7 57 whatever was gutted out and only 32 people were allowed on the plane and instead of seats they would have like living rooms in different areas So I would take that out to LA to do some business out in LA And in one of the trips there's a comedian on This is a true story on this flight So when you get up once the once it's up it's taken off it's flying People walking around introducing themselves to each other There's only 30 people on the flight So he asked me who I was and I told him and he introduced himself to me and guy's name was Jerry Seinfeld My God Wasn't known at that time So I said what are you going out to LA for And he said I'm going to pitch a show My right hand And he answered me nothing That's true story That's the second one bro yeah You got more like that I can't wait to hear I got a title So I was going with hanging out with Carl white that used to do the sports on Fox So I came back to sit next to him and he said who was that I said some guy same named Jerry Seinfeld And he said what is he doing I said he's going to pitch his show and he said about why I said nothing And of course it was incredible Just being in the right place By luck Unbelievable So you want to continue this What are we going to do from that Okay yeah let's continue this We're going to kick a So we're going to go to break and then when we come back we'll take questions We're going to take calls Okay Okay so okay so I got Albin dear I'm going to Tommy G and Marlene Marlene Okay And they're listening to the Frankie.

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Said let's play what's on the paper and play it honestly. Don't worry it's a lie or not. Don't worry if it's going anywhere else. The writers will take that if you play your intentions. Honestly whatever is in that moment in those three and a half pages and those three and half lines. Sometimes it's three lanes you just pay attention and and and then it gets a little easier actually knocked. It's different plays in a play. You get time to create and you have months for three years so you know if you have a part you know when you you're giving you know three three lines in an episode from sometimes it's stuff stuff that i've never seen so i have to do a little research that got for hulu and the way that we we dream things now you can research anything and see a couple of episodes to get tone. That's important you know. You wanna know the tone of the the job you're going in for and they keep it simple just play. Save the lines. Learn your words and and keep your intention clear and And that's it and you also have. You also had the other actor to play off of two. You had antidote playoff. You don't have the no no no sure don't well it's always a pleasure to talk to you. I certainly want to wish you a very happy holiday season and very proud of the work you're doing and no representing cubans but really all us latinos out there in the work you do. It's important to show that i think so too. I think it's important to show our differences in our nuances. And because that is what makes us again. More flavorful more delicious. Yes so I think that that's important than thank you for for noticing absolutely absolutely. It's my pleasure and thank you for listening to talk with wonderful. Marlene for day and happy. Holidays to you all is well. I'm lavar burton and you're listening to sifi dogs..

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"They're sorry but i did. Love love the the idea of it. It was the whole fashion. You know i had to click it and it was a der double barrel and oh it was fun when i was on dallas The crew is a lot of locals into you. Know dallas's you know. They love their guns and again now can why. And one of the one of the crew member kept wanting to get me to arrange and you know the now that i've had this straining on runaways. I just might it was. It was A lot of fun and at this age you know the guns. I don't know. I'm gonna be wheeling grandma guns i don't know how many guns so i really am grateful for the runaways. I squealed when i read that. I thought it was delicious. I was like oh my god. This is gonna be so much fun. That was a cool scene. I definitely like that seeing no young boys in the on that too. It was so much as a pros. See they're all pros in now because of that. It's on disney plus a new channel. You can see all the episodes there and when they call. When i when i was going to die but i had a good but you died. Well i do well. I wanna talk to you about your actually producing something. I think it's a film or a play. i'm not sure exactly which some producing i You know. I directed my first short with That's the one yes. Transgender woman called case spagna and i It's called me and it's one you know did really well in the circuit and it was my first time. Kind of directing a film Directed of an episode of ill is You know. I worked with ruth levy on that but this was my second time on the camera. With case in case wrote it and I think she's an amazing actress. Besides producer writer and all the rest of the stuff so i wanted to showcase her and You know we sold it and everything and it and it was great. I hired my friends david's. As and but i will tell you what they record on stage and they would say was on in it. And he's amazing and petty patricia. Rae my you know the beauties you get to hire your friends right. But i don't direct much beyond the camera. The actor you do a lot of other stuff you know whereas when you directing on stage directed Yerma and Which is an adaptation of Of your mma. That my husband wrote and i did it at the greenway court and i loved. I think i'd like directing onstage better. I don't know about director how caisson i have. I don't know about directing behind.

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"He's very soft spoken but he knew his craft. And the thing that impressed me and this was looper. So it wasn't like he was a big name and only star wars ahead of him at the time but i was impressed that he was a good storyteller onset is he was. He is soft spoken. As i thought he was but he knew exactly what he wanted from. You and quiet and worked worked like clockwork now. Again was only one day but to shoot three six four scenes in one day and and we just we got through it all and everybody was a pro and kudos to the directors for that right the director. Was you gotta put your crew. And he's just as soft spoken and delightful and you just want to hug him and he's and he's nice. You know it's so people we had. We had phone talking together. It was a it was a fun interviewing. It was one of these things where i didn't they said. Do you wanna talk to say sure you know. And then he told me about the movie and end up seeing the movie. And i go. This guy is a storyteller. And i'm going to watch out for him and look. What happened is a delightful storyteller. Yes he is. And i lasted. I got to work with them. I will only say one of the thing about knives out. Everybody should see by the way. It's a really cool movie. That i think after james bond daniel craig has another role he can sink his teeth into. I don't think we've seen the last of this detective. Oh i hope not. Oh god i hope. And that's another man who i mean 007 is a cool guy. Oh yeah you know. I didn't get to work with him. But i got to stand on that stage the night of the premiere and oh i got called up. There didn't even expect to be called. And i ended up standing between him and and ryan and and they were just. I'm standing thinking to myself. Jesus christ i'm standing between donald seven and really amazing director. That was going through my mind. I'm like oh my god standing next to them And he And this character that he created which was a hard thing to do because these these are stock characters sherlock holmes and you know so many people have done them which this guy. This guy is special and he's and he's his if his it's his thing i love it. Yeah absolutely i hope. It's not the last one to give them. Let's take a break. And we are taking that break speaking to marlene forte of not zach. And we'll talk a little runaways..

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Yes exactly right exactly. This'll be still little nuggets like that. That's just lovely. Ryan just did a lovely served as a lovely meal for thanksgiving. Oh boy he sure did. And i'll tell you as an audience member could not figure this out worth a darn i was like. Whoa i did not see this coming. Yeah that's lovely twists and turns and old fashioned way and not to agatha christie and not just murder she wrote and a nod to like you know great stuff. How was it like working with on it. She seems to. She's a very talented actor. She was in blade runner. The recent one twenty forty nine and is now going to be in another huge film No time to dive. Cra james bond. Yeah he's also going to be playing marilyn monroe you know. She's doing the bio pic of cool. I think that we have in maryland bubba Yeah she's amazing she's Appro i had heard. It was very funny. Because when i got this job they said to me. You're gonna be playing mother. She's cuban and i thought. Oh maybe that's why i got it. 'cause maybe play cubans you know my was you know things are very hush hush when you when you work in at at this level and they send you your scenes and honest with you. I was doing a play in in california one of my husband's play. Elliot t. c. I was doing the sequel to of late to the heat members. Only and i couldn't they. They came to me with this with his job. And i said. I can't do it unless you can do me in one day and they flew me out on a monday. Got me out on. Tuesday flew back into all i did. I only make captain america. Because the day that i flew in the seat. I know it's so delicious. There were shooting the scene. Where she she gets noticed that the blackmail notice and he's like well well. What tends to you right. So that's the day i met. I flew into sit. And everything. And i met them. And i met nobody else in this and the truth is i didn't even know who the forecast was what we were shooting it as it was coming out. And then the tony glenn and then christopher plummer don johnson. I'm sitting there going. Oh my god. I don't think i'm going to tell anybody in this movie until i see it. Because in a star studded movie like this and again. I was just her backstory and i didn't realize how integral that was but it was just her back story. I thought if anybody is going to end up in the cutting board it's gonna be marlene forte..

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"It's tony tomato. Today i have again. A person who's been a guest several times marlene forte. And you know her as the pistol-packing mama and runaways and now she is playing a mommy in a knives out a very successful movie. So welcome arlene. It's great to talk to you about this You're doing some great work. Thank you thanks. Yeah it's been a long row now county. yeah well. it's a good road. It's a good road long. Yes so we were just to let you know something interesting. We were on vacation for thanksgiving in charleston south carolina and there was one day where was going to rain. So let's go to the movies and my wife wanted to see knives out so we're watching the movie and i go ryan johnson. I've met him and his you know his his cousin nathan. I met them together when they were doing the film looper and i interviewed so And then we're watching the screen. And we see the scene between anna. They are messing yourself and my wife turns me on q. And goes marlene right. Hi go yup. There she is. I'll tell you so. I wanna ask you and we'll talk about this a little bit but my my wife actually made sure i asked this. So are both your characters and i know in real life you are but are both your characters. Cuban indices while. I'm not cuban in in In nizam knives. Oh you're not okay. No and it's so funny because the truth is you never really know where we're from. We.

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"marlene" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Hello and welcome to food. Neighborhoods on monocle. Twenty four am heap. We continue the series with more recipes from some of the world's best chefs. This week we drop inert zoom zoom gaster bar in sunny lisburn to hear a recipe for seafood startup. Hello my name is marlene vienna. I'm the owner the schiff. It's also last year in downtown of at some. We use portuguese to additional quality ingredients. We also sell traditional foodstuff from portuguese artisans. Today we're gonna talk about the special dish. The party's flavors. The name is recipes of laws will become rebuttal. I create with my sous chef. Mario rush and now i'm going to end over to mario and he's going to walk you through this recipe so this recipe or this fish is based on the very traditional portuguese clamps with garlic and coriander we start with the though which is a fritter. It's three hundred grams of flour. One hundred fifty grams of cornstarch thirty grams of white wine vinegar and four hundred and ninety five grams of water. So you just mix it all and you let it rest for a little bit. And you get those molds. That comes in very different sizes and shapes and you warm it up in oil. The oil should not be too hot. It's not one hundred and eighty so we should be around. I would say one hundred and fifty and you just soak those in there. Those molds in there and then you put it on the better and then you gently fry it for two three minutes and then you one molded. Then you have the cocoa cream which is two hundred and fifty grams of potato. Twenty five grams of garlic. Three hundred and fifty grams of cocco brought and thirty grams of coriander puree. And just a pinch of salt so we opened the clamps the traditional way with garlic and coriander a little bit of lemon juice and we extract juices from the clemson the cockles and then we cook the potatoes in it and then we make puree. We blend everything at the coriander puree. Just let it sit. And that's it you put it on the re bag and you let it rest for a little bit until it's called. Then you were the lemon gel. Which gives the freshness of the dish and it's three hundred grams of water thirty grams of lemon juice. Six point five grams of gar and one gram shenton gum. And it's basically a texture is lemonade with no sugar. So we want the freshness of the lemon a little bit of a city but not too much not like pure lemon juice is just a sub to us on the dish and then you assemble everything you have the shells already made and you feel it up with the cream and then you finish with the cockles themselves and the lemon juice and a little bit of coriander sprouts and that's it so this is better enjoyed in the summertime. It's.

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Gene and Roger: Partners Shared Unique Relationship

The Big Picture

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Gene and Roger: Partners Shared Unique Relationship

"In nineteen ninety-one jean-ann. Roger sat down for acuna with playboy magazine. The interview was nearly ten thousand words long. And you've really gotta read it. Imagine an intense couples therapy session. But with stories about marker sese and tom cruise thrown in it also gives a good glimpse at how gene and roger were getting along their relationship. Status wasn't quite thumbs up or thumbs down. It was more sideways in the playboy interview. They go out of their way to complement each other. But it's also clear that the years of squabbling between the two had done some damage and the things had taken a turn for the worse at one point. Jean says i felt strange from roger the last month to we've been drifting apart but as the nineties went on gene and roger sometimes awkward union would become less contentious. Thanks to some big events in their offscreen lives. Here's marlene eagleton. Jeans wife the most dramatic change came about. After rogers marriage. The chat nineteen ninety. Two and gene was a bubble husband and father for family was to joy inker and when roger married chance he experience like the same thing with her enter children and our grandchildren and it just became a strong bond between the two of them that they weren't headed but the edges started too often.

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Deadly 7.2-Magnitude Quake Strikes Haiti

Ken Broo

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Deadly 7.2-Magnitude Quake Strikes Haiti

"Just cannot get a break. This is the two o'clock report. I'm Sandy Collins, breaking now. The impoverished nation lost hundreds of thousands of people in an earthquake 10 years ago today another quake hitting the island so far, preliminary reports say At least 29 people are dead, more expected. Haitian American groups say they are being flooded with calls for help this after their president was tortured and assassinated last month, and now a tropical storm is bearing down on the island. It appears like it is bad, and when we consider that Haiti was already reeling under the worst political Crisis of its history in recent history, you know that it is really, really, really a bad that is Marlene Basti in she's the executive director of the Family Action Network in South Florida that helps Haitian Americans the epicenter about 78 miles west of the capital. Of Porter Prince, and it was felt widely throughout the Caribbean.

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"marlene" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Is a journey people journey out of religion but the journey does not stop. Can you speak to that. Have you seen people who i mean. It's not like there's an exclamation point when you leave religion when you realize you don't buy it when you are an ex fan jellicoe but your journey kind of continues. I know that you use the word journey law in your work. Can you speak to that. Doctor winnow yeah. I think we're all on human journey for a lifetime learning and growing hopefully and after you leave a religion. There is a lot to learn about being a secular person and there is still a lot to learn about what you've been through in order to really process it whether seen dr nation or whether it's just information about the church church history and so forth. How did the bible come up. And then also understand that leaving. A fundamentalist religion and becoming a secular person is a huge huge transition. It's not like some other simple change where you're moving house or graduating college or getting mary. Madeira lada of transitions that are stressful and big. But this is big in the sense that your whole view of live. Your whole foundation for living is up ended. You have to reconstruct what is valuable to you. Rethink your values racing. What the future holds rethink what the world is about how to relate to other people and you can find that. There are some areas of arrested development. Basically there are areas that you weren't allowed to learn very much about like thinking for yourself. There can be some growth there like processing your own feelings and respect in your own feelings like relating to other people treating them as real people and not just objects of conversion there's also social skills and sexual development there can be damaged their from all the things that you were told about sex that were dysfunctional by jump in quickly. I'm interested in whether or not people struggle with giving themselves permission. I kind of know the answer. But i i. It's funny when you're raised in a high control environment a lot of times. We don't feel like we have the authority to make those changes. Yeah because i'm in the religious framework. You're always looking outside yourself for direction. You make decisions based on what you think. God's will is instead of looking for your own heart's desire. You're looking for other people's as authority. You know the church seniors or asking god and prayer about whether this or that is okay for you to do. You're you're not developing your own inner resources your own inner wisdom so yeah you're you're right about that. You have to get to that point where you are the authority in your own life. I've heard you use the word trigger. you know it's one of those term that when you throw it out it becomes polarizing or people are like it's overused. It's misused Grow a damned skin people. But i also am very much aware and convinced that there are specific triggers for people to re-experience trauma. How do you navigate the word trigger from the perspective of a psychologist. Well if you're using it clinically like what is it physiologically. It's when your body when you're you're nervous system gets activated because of some sensory input that you've had and your body engages as if something in the past is happening in the president it's possible for your brain to actually get confused about what's past and present because the sensory input can touch on something in your memory and your mega goes into action into fighter flight and you have responses like. You're you're sympathetic. Nervous system gets geared up which is part of you that is activated for emergencies the fight or flight response so you can be breathing harder. You your your hardest pumping you're getting more cortisol in your system more adrenaline. And you're acting as if you're in danger that's technically what what it is physiologically. That's when you're you're really going through what somebody else has called emotional flashback. You're acting as if you're in the pasture and so that's why one of the strategies for dealing with the is sensory grounding to help you bring yourself back to the present moment to reorient yourself situationally or spatially probably in your mind so what you have to draw yourself back out of that past experience or that. The re of trauma. Yeah because what what your body needs to learn is to is how to relax how to engage your sympathetic nervous system. The relaxation response so that you can utilize it for the things that it's four. You pair sympathetic is for rest and relaxation for rejuvenating. Your muscles are relaxed. Rejuvenating recuperating it's also how you digest your food it's also how you get sexual arousal on all these things require the body to be relaxed or one of the things that you can do when you're being triggered is a relaxation routine because the sympathetic comparison don't operate at the same time you can't be completely relaxed and have an emergency response. Which by the way is not always a bad thing. If you're out in the street and there's a bus coming you need to be able to move and not be standing there thinking about it right because that fear response is a core human response and it is necessary in the case of real danger but the danger is perceived danger if it's perception that something is happening that's actually from your past. Then there are ways to self rescue and bring yourself into the present. The exercise i was referring to is called sensory grounding. And what you do is you you go through your senses. You see notice things that you can see around you name to yourself. All the things like five things that you can see in your environment notice that they're real that this is what's going on at the present moment and then those things that you can hear things that you can feel things you can taste and smell and after you've gone through all of that your body will very naturally relax because you realize that you're okay that the thing you were afraid of is not happening in the moment that a tug of war between reason and feeling though reason and emotion as are you some sort of a logical willing yourself through it. The trauma reaction the the emergency reaction is actually not a thinking kind of thing. It's what some people have called a make. Delay hijack your preceived something and you your body gears up to respond to it because the signal is going straight to your magdala to energize the fear response so that you can protect yourself. And it's actually bypassing the prefrontal cortex where you can actually think rationally so when you go through one of these groups teens to relax your body then. It is possible to think rationally. I mean this is pretty similar to what people have said in the past traditional thing about count to ten before you do anything to allow your brain to us. It's rational capability and that actually takes a split second longer when you're in an emergency situation new actually need a little bit more time to be able to do that but like a muscle that you work out the more you use it The more effective it is or the stronger. It is the more you work through. That the exercise of re-centering and refocusing it becomes easy over time. Right yep i teach people and i tell them to practice it every day even when there's nothing happening so they get good at it and then when they are stressed when they are anxious they can use use it and have it ready of joshua joshua. Thanks for calling. you're on with dr. Marlene went l. force. Hey seth it's josh obon. Hey how you doing brother doing. Well doing. Well and This topic really special to me. Because i think one of the things that i struggle with is people online and particular get confused by deconstruction beacon. Version i think they assume that josh has a phd and you know all these things in the old testament and the world and so he should just be able to like reason his way out of these traumatic experiences in his religious upbringing and i still.

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Why Marlon Brando Hated Hollywood

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Why Marlon Brando Hated Hollywood

"In this world with these people and of course marlon brando in sixty eight. At this time he is a. It doesn't get very much bigger. No marlin brennan. But he was he had run a he. He'd run his career into the ground. I mean when you think about his his big stuff you know when when he was working on while all the all the classic films with the ilya kazan. But by the later sixties he could get work and y well first of all hated. Hollywood despiser with the red hot hatred. Not only that but are you ready for this. I don't know it's to be. This is quite a revelation. This children'll island brando to acting. Yeah loathed. it hated hollywood wounded. The whole acting world hated broadway. Hated movies didn't wanna ever act again Because he used to say to me mallory. It's fine for a woman. It's a feminine profession. You might be able to get somewhere in it and you might enjoy it but for a forty four year old man. He was forty four at the time for forty four year. Old man to have twenty year old kids. Who don't know anything about anything. Giving him orders and telling him when they can work and where to stand in to speak and how to do. I've had it. I'm a man. I need to have a manly life. You know what i'd like to be. You know what. I'd give anything in the world to be an. I'd say what marlene united. Sit there. And i'd say you know i'm sitting here listening to marlin complete exact and nobody's ever going to believe me you're you're you're blowing my mind. And he said you know. I i tell you. He said I if i had my druthers in this world i would be the first vice president of prudential life insurance company. And i'd go. That's kinda sunny very smart and funny but that is that is hilarious ways basically saying i want a normal normal life. I want to go to work and come home and be done with it right. I just want to have a normal family with some kids and live like a normal person. I can't stand this

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Gone blocking partnering with them They're just such such house so much fun bunch of character that i'm playing here on. Netflix is not evil in that way. But it's comparable as far as how median layered and textured ci is nice. You know in in the can't say this. I think about about the altered. Carbon is the way they the writers very smart about the way in the book. There's a lot of things that are brought up. And i'm not giving anything away in the book unravel but there. Is this thing about christians. Because christians are going to continue to live and protect your sirri goes back and basically live on forever. You have to renounce your religious code which means basically you have to renounce all your religion no matter what religion you're from wants to be part of this world you have to renounce your religious coach so my character no believe in that but my daughter i come from cop cop family of cops. My husband wasn't a couple was murdered. And my my daughter. Because he's been murdered. He will not come back. She will not be gone up. I will not allow a hebrew. He and she wants to solve it so they're trying to get this law passed a sixty three law. Where even if you don't wanna live on you can be back so we can solve the crimes right. So there's all this sort of crazy morality issues and playing that role and what happens is that they have dealt all that stuff comes up through ortega's family like all those issues nice. Oh you know has now been kind of written into her backpack and her family had her family. And you can deal with this universal thing right at a really specific level which i think is a brilliant way to do it but then again then that brings ortega really up to the forefront of a of the book which be which really. She's probably only ended about little under ass you know she's a big part of it but not in this. Of course it's for taking the hawaii so sure yeah. I really really think that the tv writers the that writing has done a good job at Bringing this whole world to life. That's specifically through her family. Just nice yeah now. Language wise A little more freedom. Maybe just as to what you can say. Oh you mean like cursing. I mean it's a netflix. Although i'm sorry but gonna take. It does not curse for saying everyone around or things are curse. Oh yes about this. And i'm talking spanish a lot in the. Oh that's good. Yeah all my conversations which i love because it's a very true thing from i'm completely bilingual. I do not remember. Which language came i although it i. I feel stronger in english. Because i dream in english right but i don't have recognition of when i learnt which one i don't remember that right so today this moment my mother and my father have been in this country for sixty years when i'm at home and there are no latino. There are no non speaking latin people in the row. We spanish to each other. We do we. I think status to my mother in when of course we're not rude if there's a non speaking person begin. All begin was when we're home. We're talking to each other. We still spanish. And they've done that in this like all my conversations with my daughter all those intimate moments. We're going to be subtitled loving that served. Well there's those things of details. I think a mess looks like they just even something like that. We just true to life. It doesn't hendrickson panders to the story. They're trying to tell the truth. Is that when people are at home. They speak what they're comfortable in. That's right that's right so Love that little detail of it although it frightens me because i haven't really acted in spanish. I said advantage commercials speaking commercials this has gotta be you so there is a probably is. There is a geico commercial off me. What the alligator. Yep i'll tell you the look on your face totally commercial. I'm talking to my wife. Said that's marlene. You totally sell that. It's just like i you know she wasn't in it. I can't see anybody else doing that. Like that. look is just perfect. That's the only thing. I had to do the audition. Just give that look. I was like oh man it. Just it just totally. That's what makes it funny. It's just you know. Yeah yeah that's great really enjoyed that commercial i guess. Did you guys get to eat or no. I guess not no. No you know that was. That was no there was food. We're supposed to be at the end of it. Who is the one that he's like trying to put down his throat. But the truth is that a lot of that was done in toast was There is an actor in there and there is a puppet year holding the head. People working that alligator. He was really quite amazing to us. Yeah yeah but yes. And i've never worked with puppets before so that was quite quite wonderful to watch but y- it's you know it's just such a funny commercial and they played the heck out of it last year and people were calling from everywhere people which we me going is selling in an alligator. I was like yup to eat to. That's right nothing wrong with that. People tweeted terrible yet No but those things. Those things have a life too. You get remembered for some of those. Yeah that one is one of those you know. It's so funny. 'cause for a while. I i had. I do commercials with a lot of my conversions. Already vanished were I don't do a lot of english commercials and And and gyco has very very unique commercials and send it out to my. And i was like man i want one of those damage mursal other funny and then within a yard we're doing is just like mary. University insert. yeah but you know before we go d. 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Super Bowl helps 'shine a light' on human trafficking

What Matters with Mindy and Mikaela

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Super Bowl helps 'shine a light' on human trafficking

"And we wanted to tackle an issue that you're not gonna hear a lot about when you turn on your TV tonight, and who knew we had such a celebrity living right here in the state of Ohio when it comes to fighting. Human trafficking doctor. Marlene Carson is a member of the United States Advisory Council on human Trafficking. She had that term for two years personally appointed by the Trump administration. Dr Carson. Thank you so much for joining us. If anyone knows the realities of human trafficking it is you. Mindy. Thank you so much. I really appreciate you even hosting this show today is very important. Thank you. Yeah, we knew it was a time to talk about it, Marlene and And, you know, I'm familiar with rehabs hideaway, which you also founded. The list of what you've done in this area is really impressive. I just kind of want to start out with today and it is Super Bowl Sunday, and this is a day traditionally where we would see an uptick in activity in the city where the Super Bowl was happening of human trafficking, Correct. That's correct. That's very true. Why is that? Well, any time you have, unfortunately, And I'm not making this a blanket statement, But any time you have a bunch of men, money, sports alcohol Is the criteria. Traffickers Look for that. So traffickers bring women and girls victim from around the country to monopolize the monetize. These games

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Does Echo Spatial Recognition Work?

Voice in Canada

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Does Echo Spatial Recognition Work?

"Now. This question is from barbara braun and let me at the supper you. She basically says that she has multiple echo devices and she has more than one device respond at once. This is a very common problem and theoretically as barbara says. There's something called eco spatial recognition. That should be in place. So the closest device response to your request or question. That's absolutely right barbara. That is the technology that exists and under perfect circumstances. That's theoretically how it would work but you're right. It's not perfect. And i've experienced before as have many people in our community and so we had a lot of people comment on this. We had william and william had a great idea. This is one of the solutions. And that's this. You are able to name your devices different things so for example you can name your device echo. You can name it Amazon you name it computer and of course you can name it a lax alexi. This is to get around it so that you speak to only one device because it's got a different name the problem with that if it's a problem that's up you to decide is well. You have to remember the different names for the different devices so in theory if they were all named the same the one closest to you should be speaking to you but unfortunately doesn't work like that We also had marlene and jesse Couple of people other comment that this has been an issue for them as well so barbara there you go. The bottom line is yes theoretically. It's supposed to work but it's not perfect in so you either have to put up with that. We're trying naming your devices different names and that should help with that problem all right. Thanks so much for your question. Barbara

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"marlene" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Drum History

"So we insulated it smart. Yeah yeah i'm moving In ten knowing moving in seven days and I'm going to be doing the third floor of my house up and And renovating it. And i'm going to try and insulate a bunch. Because you're right that's Got the difference between having drums in a basement. Visit third floor is biggs at it. Shakes your whole house when it's when you're up top so all right well Marlene this is awesome. Thank you again for coming on the show and being such a nice person and sharing all the information with us. And i wanna thank eric. I'm thinking centre-right mcknight mcknight for for sending that comment to me insane This is a cool topic so as everyone who listens to the show knows If you ever have any ideas sent him to my way and They typically take a long time to put together So if anyone has suggested something to me just know that. I have a list Of really cool episode ideas there's history of cocktail kits Authorised Let's see. There's a ton of alan dawson episode History of munjal american on one about The modern calf skin heads being made. But these take awhile. But with marlene took about four days for us to get it set up so that was very fast so On that note. Marlene thank you for being here and Good luck with the rest of You know twenty twenty and hopefully we make it through okay. I know he will stay safe. Everybody thank you so much for having me. Okay by marlene thank you. If you like this podcast find me on social media at drum history and please share rate and leave a review and let me know topics that you would like to learn about the future until next time. Keep on learning this. Is gwen sound podcast..

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"marlene" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"marlene" Discussed on Drum History

"Look into the drum history podcast. I'm your bar vagnozzi. And today i'm joined by. Marlene targe. brill. Who is an author educator presenter and not a drummer marlene welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. This really exciting sure And let me explain the not a drummer. So you're obviously an author but you are a bit of an expert on our topic today. Which is I think we're pronouncing his name. We both kind of said that. Orion p how who is But standalone he's one of the youngest people to receive the medal of honor. Which will kind of talk about what that is for people who may not know but but he's also a drummer boy in the civil war And before we get. This is really cool because i had someone comment Eric mcknight commented. Just on a post put on instagram and said hey bart check out this topic and that was like a week ago and here. We are recording this. So it's this happened really fast. Because i it was. It was quick for me to find you so all that being said marlene. Why don't we Why don't you tell us about a ryan and You know who is he. What's his his family as drummer. So take it away. Tell us all about him. Orion how Entered the military will. Actually he wasn't the first one. His father was a veteran of the mexican american war and he played the fife. And when civil war was getting getting revved up he Had given his his two sons ryan who was twelve at the time enlisted. Who is ten you gave them some drums and they were practising he would take them out to different rallies to kinda drama some business for recruiting different soldiers and it was the motivational kind of thing and it was also rallying cry and that's one of the main jobs of drummers and eventually His father and in a lifting went off to war and the the thinking was that orion as the elder son should go to school so he can eventually take over whatever was going on with a family and his father's at a cabinet making business and that that didn't turn out so well was having really hard time being in school. The boys were dropping out one after another. He felt like he was..

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In Pennsylvania, Fracking and Renewables Compete for the Future

Marketplace

02:00 min | 2 years ago

In Pennsylvania, Fracking and Renewables Compete for the Future

"Year's presidential election. As I am sure you've heard It's It's also also one one of of the the key key states states for for the the fracking fracking industry industry up up and and down down the the ballot. ballot. As As I'm I'm sure sure you you have have also also heard heard Fracking Fracking for for gas gas has has long long been been thought thought of of as as a a bridge to get us to wherever the cost of wind and solar Has made those renewables as cheap as gas and his marketplaces. Scott Song reports. A couple of new studies suggest that time may already be here. It just gets cheaper and cheaper to make solar panels and wind turbines, says analyst Marlene Metical at Deloitte. The actual cost of the components are declining, but also the efficiency. Of the technology is increasing, so the wind turbines are now becoming larger and larger, and as a result, solar and wind are now the cheapest ways to add power generation in most of the world, says a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Another report from the investment bank, Lazard says building and maintaining the solar or wind farm costs as much as keeping an existing gas plant running, all of which threatens the market for natural gas. Nico Sappho said. The Center for Strategic and International Studies, says pressure's mounting for folks in the gas business. This may be an industry that could be shrinking in 10 15 20 years so How can I be sure that my project is the one that survives? So it puts you in that mindset rather than a mindset where everything is growing their space for everyone. A typical natural gas power plant last 20 years or so bye, then wind and solar will be thriving. So some gas plants will have to shut down early, predicts Sue Tierney at the analysis group consultancy. You would expect to see disclosure statements by companies that there will be much slower utilization rates or a truncated life that's being discussed in a lot of places. Because of that, Tierney thinks a lot of money invested in the natural gas business won't be made back. I'm Scott Tongue for

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'Overlooked': Asian American Jobless Rate Surges But Few Take Notice

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:41 min | 2 years ago

'Overlooked': Asian American Jobless Rate Surges But Few Take Notice

"Asian. American workers have gone from having the lowest unemployment rate in the country to one of the highest from Vietnamese nail salons to Cambodian doughnut shops. Asian. Owned businesses have struggled during this pandemic. Here's NPR's Scott horsely. Jerry Rayburn was excited last October when he landed a job with a mortgage servicing company in southern California, it was a step up from his old job as a food delivery driver but six months later, the pandemic hit the business decreased dramatically and based on seniority. I was like, Oh, Rayburn who came to the US from Thailand when he was eight years old now shares a single room with his mom brother and sister in another family's house and things it's been downhill and I. I. Don't have adult late night and still unemployed fortunately and I've been looking David Kinley also lost work when the pandemic struck can lists who's from the Philippines had been consulting for software startups right now nobody has starter capital nobody has the budget go hire consultant nobody even feels comfortable from you to come into their office. The Spike in Asian American unemployment stands out even during the wide-spread misery of the pandemic asian-americans usually enjoy a lower jobless rate than any other racial or ethnic group but at ten point seven percent in August the Asian American unemployment rate was higher than that of whites or Latinos Economists Marlene. Kim University of Massachusetts laments that doesn't get much notice. Asian Americans are absolutely overlooked. People have the sense that Asians are fine. That they're a model minority that they have good jobs and are doing okay geography explain some of the Newfound Challenges Asian Americans are concentrated in places like New York and California where the virus has taken a heavy toll occupation also plays a role Donmar San. Francisco. State. University, says nearly a quarter of the Asian American workforce is employed in industries like restaurants retail and personal services such as nail salons. Does industries have been hard hit by that pandemic and traditionally employed many Asian Americans. Asian Americans say president trump hasn't helped his provocative labeling of what he calls the Chinese virus Paul along of Ucla says town in Los Angeles suffered an earlier and deeper drop foot and vehicle traffic than the city's other commercial neighborhoods. People are avoiding these areas in part because of this myth that somehow Asian Americans are tied. In with the spread, Corona virus certainly that he said true an unfair but there's no question it gets reflected in the impact on the ethnic economy that can be a real problem for Asian Americans who are new to the country or have limited English skills in ordinary times the social and economic networks an immigrant community can open doors and provide opportunity, but also says the lions on those networks can be. A trap during a crisis like the pandemic if you're in an ethnic sector and all the restaurants are facing the same problem of being shut down, your opportunity to find work is very minimal. If not non-existent Jerry Rayburn, the laid off mortgage service worker has grown frustrated with online job applications, but he keeps filling them out while also attending community college. His younger brother recently landed a job at home depot. Rayburn says, events have tested but not yet beaten his immigrant families. Hope for a brighter future life is not in any country and I believe a Mogo. We'll get better

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Texas Tech Fires Top Women's Basketball Coaches Amid Abuse Allegations

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Texas Tech Fires Top Women's Basketball Coaches Amid Abuse Allegations

"But alleged abuse leads to this Texas Tech publicly apologized to its women's basketball team over allegations of a toxic culture. The apology follows the firing of head women's coach Marlene stolen things. An assistant coach Nikita Larry Dawkins, the team's strength and conditioning coach, Rob Petrella resigned earlier this year amid allegations of sexual harassment. Allegations he did not. ABC

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Bite is a new series here on Scifi talk and the Scifi Talk Archive podcast, and so parenting an apocalypse it's it's not the same way we would do. It's either full interviews are a comment or question from passenger abuse time. Wise. It's about one to four minutes long on an average probably when you when you live enough all kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes where the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of. Its message of diversity and inclusion. A longtime guest on my show has been Marlene Forte. Ge had a role in runaways as a pistol packed in Mama. I loved the Gun I understand. And I was like I would let you know I enjoyed the training that I had to do to do that team and and I think that that's the important thing to understand that you have to respect something like that like almost like you do a car says, you can kill someone with a car and you can kill someone with a gun. So I, think that was. That was my little political fan. They're sorry but I did love. Loved the the the idea of it was the whole fashion year I had to click it and it was Darab double barrel and Oh. It was fun when I was on Dallas The crew is a lot of locals into Dallas's you know they love their guns and during I again now. And, one of the one of the crew member kept wanting to give me to arrange and you know now that I've had this straining on runaways I I just want it was it was a lot of fun and at this age you know the guns I don't know I'm GONNA BE WHEELING GRANDMA guns I don't know how many. Guns. So I really am grateful for the runaways. I squealed when I read that scene I thought it was delicious. I was like, oh? My God. This is to be so much fun. Yeah that was a cool scene I definitely liked that seeing not. Young boys in the. It was so much. Alike. They're all pros. And we're all well, and now because of that, it's on a Disney plus a new channel you can see all the episodes there. Yeah When they call when I when I was going to die, but I had a good death. Yes. But you died well, let's say it's important. Do well. Runaways on Disney plus there you can see more lean in her role comments or questions or welcome at Scifi talk at AOL Dot Com for bite. This is Tony Talada..

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Marlene Forte On Marvel's Runaways

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Marlene Forte On Marvel's Runaways

"A longtime guest on my show has been Marlene Forte. Ge had a role in runaways as a pistol packed in Mama. I loved the Gun I understand. And I was like I would let you know I enjoyed the training that I had to do to do that team and and I think that that's the important thing to understand that you have to respect something like that like almost like you do a car says, you can kill someone with a car and you can kill someone with a gun. So I, think that was. That was my little political fan. They're sorry but I did love. Loved the the the idea of it was the whole fashion year I had to click it and it was Darab double barrel and Oh. It was fun when I was on Dallas The crew is a lot of locals into Dallas's you know they love their guns and during I again now. And, one of the one of the crew member kept wanting to give me to arrange and you know now that I've had this straining on runaways I I just want it was it was a lot of fun and at this age you know the guns I don't know I'm GONNA BE WHEELING GRANDMA guns I don't know how many. Guns. So I really am grateful for the runaways. I squealed when I read that scene I thought it was delicious. I was like, oh? My God. This is to be so much fun. Yeah that was a cool scene I definitely liked that seeing not. Young boys in the. It was so much. Alike. They're all pros. And we're all well, and now because of that, it's on a Disney plus a new channel you can see all the episodes there. Yeah When they call when I when I was going to die, but I had a good death. Yes. But you died well, let's say it's important. Do well. Runaways on Disney plus there you can see more lean in her role

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Leading Ladies: Anna May Wong

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:07 min | 2 years ago

Leading Ladies: Anna May Wong

"Alot from wonder media. Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca. Today we're talking about the first major American movie star. She openly criticized racist typecasting her accomplishments were groundbreaking and many of her critiques still. Ring true today. Let's talk about the prolific Anna. May Wong. Anna was born in Los Angeles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five. Her birth name was Wong lead song. She initially attended a majority white school but transferred to Chinese school to. Escape racism she. From her classmates. Anna often skipped class to check out nearby film sets pushing her way to the front of the crowd to get closer to the cameras. She came up with Anna May Wong as her stage name by age eleven. And she was fourteen when she appeared in a silent picture, caught the red lantern. At Seventeen, Anna played the lead role in the toll of the sea one of the first movies and color. Anna's most notable early role was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, she played in the hit movie the thief of Bagdad. Though. This part was a stepping stone for her career. It's also emblematic of the problems with Hollywood casting that Anna would soon after vocally advocate against and interviews. In the thief of Bagdad, Anna played a treacherously in a subservient role wearing very little clothing. Anna appeared in more than fifty films throughout her life and she often struggled with subservient. typecasting Hollywood also repeatedly granted lead Asian roles to white actors and cast actual. Asian. Actors. As villains. After working in the United, states for several years, Anna had had enough of Hollywood's biased casting. So she moved to Europe. Europe was more receptive when it came to Anna's acting ability. She started films throughout the continent with reporters praising her transcendent talent. One notable appearance was in the British movie. Piccadilly in nineteen twenty. Nine After a few years in Europe and a decided to give Los. Angeles. Another shot she appeared in the famous nineteen thirty two movie. Shanghai Express opposite. Marlene Dietrich. I must confess I. Don't quite know standard respectability that you know newborn how But Hollywood hasn't really improved. It's racist casting methods. Anna, auditioned for the lead role in the gutter. A film based on the novel about a family of Chinese farmers despite Anna's film

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Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer

"Today's leading lady was one of the first black actresses to earn celebrity status. She was known as the First Lady of the screen. Let's talk about Evelyn prayer. Evelyn Jarvis was born in eighteen, ninety six in Vicksburg Mississippi after her father died. Evelyn's family moved to Chicago where she performed in Vaudeville shows and practice street, preaching to raise funds to build church. In Nineteen fifteen, when she was nineteen years old Evelyn married her first husband Frank Career. In Nineteen Eighteen Evelyn met author and director Oscar me show who'd become a highly influential African American filmmaker. We show made films for a predominantly black audience and was able to avoid stereotypes that Hollywood Films Inc... Evelyn made her film debut in me. Shows film The homesteaders where she played a woman who's evil, overbearing father causes her husband to abandon her. Michaud Evelyn, his goto leading actress, and in Nineteen Twenty, she started within our gates. She played a teacher who fights to save a school for Black Children. It's the only feature film Evelyn made that survive to this day. As her career blossomed, Evelyn played dramatic characters and was known for her versatility. In between films, Evelyn joined the Lafayette players a black, the actual stock company since theaters were segregated by law in the South and by practice in the north. The Lafayette players brought traditional theater to black audiences throughout the US. Evelyn married her second husband fellow actor Edward Thompson while on tour. In nineteen twenty one, Evelyn performed in the chip woman's fortune. The first drama written by a black playwright to appear on Broadway. The show only ran for two weeks, but W E. B deploys said that dramatically and spiritually it was one of the greatest successes. This country has ever seen. In nineteen twenty six, Evelyn landed a role in the successful Broadway Production Blue Bell. She understudied and played the role of a Harlem Prostitute. She then appeared in the West Coast Revival of Sadie Thompson. We're her performance garnered critical acclaim. In addition to being a talented actor Evelyn was a gifted vocalist. She thrived cabaret and theater, and was occasionally accompanied by a young duke. Ellington and Red Nichols. Up. L.! Y.. Evelyn start in sixteen films. She easily transition from silent films to talkies in the nineteen thirties, musical Georgia rose, which was about a black family migrating north. In nineteen thirty-one Evelyn performed in the film. Ladies of the big house alongside Sylvia Sidney. WHO's one of the most famous entertainers at the time? Her final role was in blonde. Venus which starred Marlene Dietrich and cary grant. Evelyn's performance was credited. Evelyn refused roles that attempted to typecast her, and instead continued acting in challenging roles. Many black actors at the time were not permitted to play. In nineteen, thirty, two Evelyn gave birth to her daughter Adiv Evelyn suffered from postpartum complications, and soon after died of double pneumonia, she was thirty six years old. Though, her career ended prematurely. Evelyn left her mark on Hollywood and on history. She's remembered as pioneering actor and

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"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"marlene" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Did something when he created Jr.. Of of evil man like you know what they say that there's a union, the Yang and all of us you know and I always say. I don't let the actors. Really, good actors never afraid to show their dirty ugly for you. Because you have to. Make you right there. And jumped as much as evil as jr in Larry and was. Of course versus. That's great. That's and he really wanted to thank you for sharing it. Yeah? He's a great. I really appreciate you. Sharing Net because it gives people an insight. They normally wouldn't have had you know especially now that he's gone so. He wasn't lazing. Been Back, you died on the set so I went to his. Memorial for him here now, talking I was shooting. You know I'm not a regular I'm on the show right along very strong recurring. Six out of. Seven out of ten they only they cut me out of one so I just think. That ten air. And I probably will do another six point lead so very strongly there. are other stuff nice, but I wasn't I wasn't upset when that happened, I was in la. and. I felt like I kept saying that they had a little memorial and I can see A. Lot you know since he needed a lot. The show runner on the Creator. Cuban house right up next. That's right so. No I. She's fabulous. No! Go to what you know. Go, anyway I met her, and I said I'm glad you did because I feel like I haven't been able to. You got that. She said that she wants to the funeral in Dallas and that they laughed so much for an hour and a half. Dozen, remember and everybody in stories about him and everybody was laughing me. Favor. That's great. Again amazing thing and I said Yeah you know I was cheated out of that and I've been morning. I really need it. Because, then I'm going to be on the center I'm going to be like that. And and you know it's GonNa, be January died. You know November, so i! I needed a little bit of what was your with? My. Collaborators on the you know. I'm really glad they did that. Absolutely and speaking of the next star Trek. Are we going to see you in the transporter room or? No I guess we're GONNA. See Scotty and there are a lot more now. That's the way it works. I'm the PREQUEL. Remember that's right. You're the first one you're the first one. I'm looking forward to the next one. It looks really good actually. Probably be wonderful. Doing his thing has. ACTORS AMAZING AND Only amazing and my my her. What was his name? Chris. Yeah Jimmy Doing Sonya. Great Yeah! He's got. He can't who respect yeah. Yeah I mean Yeah Chris Chris Pine as. What was interesting is? You've seen it this way but I got to see in an I max so I saw a very large. Very Large Marlene. On that day it was like. A, huge green go! I did not see it and I I was amazing. It was pretty amazing. It was pretty amazing. It's amazing majorly. Wonderful Yeah I tried. You we opened the all new generation of checking I hope so. I hope so I really do. What one thing since we've talked before we haven't talked about is I caught you on criminal minds, and that was a nice part for you I. Liked that character. That was good. Lovely I I'm you know. I I have played a lot of MOMS and a lot of maize, which I have a problem with exact. You know I've played judges. I have saying cops say. Top. Four so I'm blessed to be able to morph into both sides of the. Spectrum and you know I don't say. I! Don't mind enough for you, know they? They're hot twenty one year old know. Yeah, unfortunately. You're right, can then lead the roles that are available. Will you know an act forty? You know mother rose again. You know I remember when I out like Oh, but it's. Personal to me. This is very different. Dallas a lot of love you know. Then it was money. Ferry? In the show Dallas are woven into the fabric of the show, which is really the way we are in this country woven, but of course that's. The only reason that that exists that. CLELLAND's as Mexicans as you know, and honestly the only moral characters in the show. Ran. By a La Vina. And, I have no problem at all with that. My my problem is that. and. I still have a problem because I think there was not enough of the other. We have our own Tyler Perry or over. You know we're not going to have. Yeah, we're. We're still behind bars. The efforts like we are behind the ad as honey. African Americans Unit Unity Representation. Only you know we don't have A. We have been Mundo and we was y'all ain't gonNA. Help. Not How because I remember this, Asian on that, it's twenty five years now everything. You're right about that one I. That doesn't even tell me know about the American market I'm talking about the world that I live. You know bilingual world. World where there are, let me know woven into the fabric of this world, we, yes, yes, we cut the grass and we ought an any and we are, but we are everything else. Do Yeah. You. We're married to white man Chinese men. were. Racial. You know we're just in the fabric. Of the picture of that, yeah, I agree I goes out a little bit a little bit Jimmy. Smits year you know, but you know I want to see more of it and until that happened I. You know we have a lot of work I agree. There was something else that you were in. It's a web series career. Could he be road is that? The Cleveland that. Is that. Is that still showing on the web I still playing, they're still producing. That is my. That's the real naturals a month. The guy in the. A friend of mine, so I do that great for him yeah. So! When I? Unfortunately I haven't been around, so he had to go back and shoot it for more of you know. I'd rather get my weapon so time for my friends for freedom and. then. NBC for Doing Dollars Day what they're paying. Wasn't. I rather I, that's that's the view from my. My my people gotta give my for free there then so. There is a I think he's fabulous guy actor. He's got die and he's really trying to do things like that where he's you know. When he left. He knows and black folks. The big parts an important part of. The hopefully we'll do more of that. I have just been shooting Tyler Perry movie whereas William. Levies mom. The single moms club thank you. And I'm really hoping. The criminal mind part up.

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"marlene" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"marlene" Discussed on KOMO

"And Marlene is with us next Marlene welcome to talking real money thank you I would just like to know if owning silver is a good idea right now why would it be a good idea what makes you think it's a good idea because it's a mad told it like okay hold and okay metal we have never never never never been a good investment however okay do you know what do you what the price of silver was you know the prices over today is what about seventeen Bucks an ounce of like that right in nineteen get this in nineteen seventy nine the beginning of nineteen eighty that oh wait yeah the end of nineteen seventy nine that same ounce of silver was a hundred and one dollars an ounce well is that when those guys in Texas cornered the market I was reading about them in the hunt brothers Jeff hunt brothers in in and get this it's seventeen dollars right now in March of nineteen eighteen one hundred and two years ago it was eighteen dollars an ounce all my county long time to wait to get your money back yeah I mean metals have this dictate that this idea that the the safety of take your money out of dollars right you put him into or stocks or whatever you put him into a metal because there's greater security there gold is always been around at this whole it's a myth and yet you we've seen several baseline awhile ago yeah we've seen people buying a lot I'll better when we go back and look at this period of time a lot of people moved over a lot of people moved into money market funds a lot more moved into gold and silver I'll betcha and let me just tell you another little interesting thing about metals people argue that models are great to protect us if the economy completely collapses that's the argument right right that's it I've heard yeah well let me tell you if the economy completely collapses and I mean collapses where there is no stock in America worth any money or anywhere in the world and the bonds of all defaulted do you think people are going to trade their gun or their food for your silver randomly not right yeah so and by the way I make one final point if you own a globally diversified portfolio which we think you should right there in you could do it on your own a vanguard with one fund that we tell that's about eighty eight hundred stocks you own the companies that mines over you on the companies that printed out you do on the companies that do all that you don't own the metal per se but you do own your have exposure to what we would call that asset class those types of stocks so you really have those you don't have it's a very under the house's don said to negotiate with the people with the guns and and soup but you do have it in exposure to that asset class should by the waves as some of X. also mentioned in all of this due to the fact the federal government has ramped up spending well above where even was before if we get into this a some sort of inflationary period where you need battles to protect you from that which is not been the case either I mean if you go back to look at a chart of metals they haven't they've attention not to do anything then they sort of spike and then they don't do anything for a long time and they spike so if you caught it right before the spike in the after that every time to wait out it could work but otherwise no way yet speculative very good set well thank you so much you are very welcome thanks for listening and thanks for calling I really appreciated eight five five nine three five talk is our phone number by the way Tom let's just say you had seventeen dollars and ninety five cents back in I guess what I'm down to back in nineteen eighteen okay all and you didn't do anything with it until nineteen twenty eight because that's the first time we can get stock market numbers yeah and you invested in all the stocks you could invest in in the world in nineteen twenty eight with your seventeen dollars and ninety five cents okay yeah well seventeen dollars and ninety five cents back then don't ask me what that's worth today you want it would have been worth today the two hundred and twenty two thousand dollars wow whereas if you put that seventeen ninety five in silver it's worth seventeen dollars ninety five cents today there you go and by the way so this is this is a good point to mention what happened in March because we're just getting the numbers now you all took three hundred and sixty billion dollars out of equity account William yes and you put almost seven hundred billion into money market funds we watched a lot of this in the office because we have to call certain custodians to move money from one place to another they could even get to us because people are trading so much more money around so what you did was you sold out of things that had gone down and you bought things it if you were a money market that aren't paying you very much of anything when they actually what you should have been doing what's the opposite you should have been selling the things that I got like the bonds and buying the things that have gone down like the stock re balancing with a disciplined approach but I couldn't do it in March it was so painful on March fifteenth or twentieth that was really terrible I couldn't put it in the stock market was going down hi John yeah I just get a little yeah and so forth yeah I mean and this is exactly what we did for our clients we were selling bond vigil funds and buying stock mutual funds by the way really lovers at the we're gonna get a lot of logs if we can get him in July but maybe not but it but the point is that it's a disciplined approach had nothing to do with that being said what we had was going to happen no such okay we're hi guys out around wait you know one day we put people in to stocks in in the middle of of March and their portfolio that we invested that much up forty percent were brilliant actually the small cap values up almost fifty percent or even more brilliant yeah so okay works securities exchange commission note yeah we know that was a joke we did not actually claim to do anything we we just did what we always do which is re balance which listen this is so important when you re balance you are selling high and buying low that's what it's for and yet is you can we can all remember what our motions were like as you just said the world was closing down at that time there was no more travel you can go out to get a restaurant meal at cetera jobs are being lost by the millions every week and that was the time to turn up by the way we don't know how this list that we may be headed for another bear market tomorrow I don't we don't know enough about the future yeah so but the point is you need to have proper asset allocation for wherever you are in your life you need to know what your strategy your discipline is so that you will stick to it when those times come along because most people simply will not what's great emphasis on hand.

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"marlene" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"marlene" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Marlene wasn't eligible to vote in the March primary because of her age but she was following the election closely before the pandemic hit she said that she didn't want to see a repeat of the twenty sixteen presidential election where her family members were turned off by both parties in their failed promises my family members they can once it came down to the ticket and it's a kind of like well now we don't want to work in March she was happy to see Vermont senator Bernie Sanders win the California primary now three months later Marlene's carefully planned world has been turned upside down by the corona virus pandemic new grad night no prom no graduation and Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the race Marlene is splitting her time between her two parents for the first month of the quarantine Marlene and her younger brother stayed with her father the first generation Mexican American he manages a grocery store and has been working nonstop during the pandemic so there's times where it's like he doesn't even want to stay up to eat because he's not tired thank the many get so my brother and I like okay here's your blanket here's a pillow he does this thing where he passes on the conference before he goes to bed while her father was at the grocery store Marlene and her brother were stuck inside Marlene spent time taking online classes from a nearby can unity college and I think the gaming she borrowed her brother's PlayStation four and is now meeting up with her friends on Grand Theft Auto online we actually did a joke we're like we're going to use the pier on the game as our Grammy Marleen just moved back in with her mother who spent weeks at home sick with flu like symptoms but she never got tested for corona virus because she's uninsured and worried about costs recently Marlene's mother was also laid off from her job at a law office her unemployment claim will help support Marlene and several other family members who live with them but California's unemployment processing is facing a weeks long backlog and the family is still waiting faced with inadequate health care and a lack of support from the state Marlene says she's disappointed to see Sanders go his platforms focused on expanding these types of programs so that even when I found out when he left I was kind of like he's the one who Moore was on our side about like college weighs more thinking about like health care and stuff compared to the two that we have now emerged currently don't know where I stand they even then I didn't know where seven now it's even worse but even with all the uncertainty Marlene has reasons to celebrate she got into her top college choices in the fall will be moving up to the bay area to attend San Francisco state there she wants to study psychology says he's closely watching how the country's health care industry is responding to the pandemic Marlene says her family has experienced what happens when healthcare comes at a cost you know I am a low income and I know that feeling of the feeling of like thank god I'm Mike Nelson I have like health care but it's like my mom does it you know so like whenever she gets sick is that she needs to just bite to it with everything going on now the general election is still far from Marlene's mind I'm not happy with his account is but then again I haven't researched into what it is purple you as you're doing because putting it aside but I have feelings towards that person is different to what politically they're going to bring into the government they got to see which was gonna be the best option she says her mom suggests leaving that part of the ballot empty but Marlene says it's not going to happen she's determined to make her vote count in November for the world I'm Max Rivlin Nadler in San Diego.

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France Announces Plan To Aid Domestic Abuse Victims During Coronavirus Crisis

The World

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

France Announces Plan To Aid Domestic Abuse Victims During Coronavirus Crisis

"France's equality minister has launched an abuse hotline for the perpetrators of domestic violence to seek help as families struggle under lockdown John Johnson ripples across France as elsewhere knockdown measures imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus have confined families together Hewland has warned that such restrictions on movement contract women with a piece of pollens with recent weeks in a horrifying global surge in domestic violence today France's equality minister Marlene Chapa launched a new abuse hotline aimed at perpetrators of domestic abuse people on the verge of committing domestic violence way to doing so being edged to cool

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From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers

Unreserved

05:18 min | 2 years ago

From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers

"I'm Wab Gisha. Grace inforwars dear child this week talking all about revitalizing indigenous languages on the show today in flood cracks new clock. My Indian name. I am from the new cloth. Nation in Bella. I am Learner Speaker of the folks language. That's Marlene King. And if you had told her a year ago that she would not only be teaching the new hug language but revitalizing it. She wouldn't have believed you. That's because the fifty three year old grandmother had just started relearning herself now. Marlene is part of a group of community members community with only a dozen fluent speakers working with the new college to preserve the language for future generations. She joins us now from Belqola. Hello Marlene Hi. So can you describe the approach? New Ho- college has taken to language. Revitalization hop language has been Taught in our school for like the last thirty years. Our language teachers have done an excellent job and revitalizing our language and we have sixty to return to the Nicole through another little linguistic person that works for our community who does work with our elders and our language his name is Dale. Mccreary is a vital piece of teaching. Our language is very crucial to our language. Here and Bella cool. We have now got the money to digitize and transcribed these tapes that were were handed over to our nation winner. Those tapes from they are from nineteen sixty seven nineteen sixty eight. Wow what do you expect to find on those tapes? You're going to be a lot of knowledge on these tapes leg back then like a lot of the conversation on the table at the tables. Were all in new hawk. So you know some of the forgotten words that we don't use today because we had three different dialect. We had three different villages who spoke different languages. But there were very very similar to their their stories over elders In the early sixties and seventies and they were forgotten they. They haven't been available to the people that they were just returned to nation. March two thousand nineteen and these are critical recordings and they need to be analyzed by our linguistics and I have knowledge keepers and language speakers. It's wonderful you mentioned hearing forgotten words on some of these archival recordings see. Can you tell us what may be some of those words or expressions are? I can't tell you that because I haven't heard any of the tapes myself so all of this is new late. It's all new. So they're just being digitized today today as we speak. Are you excited to hear some county? Hear it in my voice. Of course I am just so I'm ecstatic. And in that sense you know finding out some of these Words and expressions kind of like digging up treasure against say yes. It's like Goldline for our language and we really need to preserve that everybody's excited to find out what's on these tapes right We have between three of our People that speak our language to Vancouver to A training course for but we have a reel to reel tapes as well that we're not able to do those recordings rate until we get the proper equipment for those recordings and it sounds like a huge project lots of technical components to what's the biggest challenge you've come across right now is the reel to reel Because you know we don't know what these tapes because deteriorated or but they've been kept very well so were assuming that these tapes that they're still viable merlene. Why is it so vital to do this now? Because a lot of our elders And knowledge keepers have passed on. We've when two thousand ten or two thousand eleven. I believe we lost like seven allders with the Library of knowledge and language and culture. They were very crucial to our language. You know what I was given Of Given three VHS tapes that have an elder from my community. Do some teachings in some language. So I'M GONNA go try to those digitize now. I'm inspired to do that just by talking to you today. Oh that is too awesome. Awesome Merlene thank you very much for your time. Congratulations on this great project. And all the best going forward okay. Still Marlene King. Is the cultural adviser for New College in. Bella Kula BC.

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Why won't NFL teams hire minority coaches?

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

11:19 min | 2 years ago

Why won't NFL teams hire minority coaches?

"Three head. Coaching spots have been filled this week. But none of those. Three coaches were minorities while the Rooney rule has been followed. Some are beginning to believe that minority forty candidates are not being taken seriously for the open jobs and anonymous African American. NFL Assistant Coach said that the League has quote finally shown. It's not the place as for black men to advance. It's ridiculous it's disgusting. We can sell tickets and make plays but we can't lead Shannon. Why isn't the Rooney rule role working? Well I think until skip this diversity thing yeah. Diversity is a great great to talk about but until you get someone the leadership position that says you know what. I don't just want to talk about it. I want to be about it so until you get older ships that actually wants to put some substance to this and this is what that you're GonNa get now if the general manager there's one general manager that's what minority and that's CR- Chris greer in Miami. There's zero owners that are it shouldn't say minorities. I guess because shot con radically a minority. But when you get the gist of what I what. I'm trying to say until leadership gets more diverse. You're I'm not gonNA have a more diverse hiring background skills. This was puzzling to be. Is that Eric. Enemy has the exact Zac job that Matt Nagy had negative and call plays any recall. Please man they can get the job. Doug Peterson sedinko plays true. Recall to play around Rivera's on but Ron Rivera was not the defensive coordinator in Philly. He he became a D. coordinator what's he got to the D. Coordinator in Chicago. You are you in San Diego. Yeah but he got his getting these enter coaching tree. Eric B enemy has the exact same job. That Matt Nagy Doug Peterson has and he's not getting opportunity is spirit but this. I don't really think that they go into it. Unless you incentivize this. Okay if you how minorities kill we maybe you have an extra three to five five dollars and cap space. That's the only thing that resonates with these owners because I get it skipped if I spent three billion. Let's just say I spent three billion dollars for a restaurant run. You Go tell me what the hell I need to cook. Cook whatever I WanNa Cook it there. And that's how they look at it. Jerry Jones spent money for this. This this mind you oh tell me why should get killed but but this notion that Oh and they brought Muhiba Marvin Marvin Lewis. He brought him in to to do that. Situation wasted the same with the giants the giants they had irebi enemy. They what Joe Judge Chris Rashard Rashard. Excuse me Chris Restoring. Yeah so now. Now we're down to one. Vacant Cleveland Reunion. I'm talking about how good already know. Angle get no frills JAYCO network skill. He already interviewed there. So you would now now the take my name off the leader and solid rubber solid. Take my name off the list. Because he's GonNa get Mad Max two and a half years if you're lucky that seems to instead that's all Jimmy can stomach now if you look at it they keep these. You look at Mike Patton. You look at all the guys they've had and these guys have had I think. Hugh Jackson stayed the longest at two and a half years. But everybody's been two years the list huge only two and a half two and a half long but you get you get these other guys you get pretty kitchens and you look at patent and you look at a I forget. Just give all these one year jazz. WE ACHE AAC CLEVELAND. That in Cleveland of the North this skill ruining rules a joke. I get it. You know minorities Cadillac. An affirmative action thanksgiving. Yeah but in -firmative action. I guess it's federal dollars. You'RE NOT GONNA get the money if you don't do this. The NFL is a is a private entity. So what can you do. What Ki- what can you give? Nfl Do not the so. I have been tracking this for a long time because one of my best friends is John. Wooten who is now the retired leader of the Fritz Pollard. Alliance and he was the driving force behind instituting the Rooney rule as I hiring practice in the national shirow all league and John's point from the start was I just need interviews because if a young assistant coach gets interviewed a couple of times times it gets reported in his name gets out there and if another owner sees that name enough over maybe a couple of years hiring cycles else maybe an owner says chee that guy. He's getting a lot of interviews. Maybe I should bring in. Maybe I should be more open minded to him. But if you're GONNA curse because if I get a a lot of interviews and I'm not getting hired was wrong why here the me getting hired cave liability with that. But John's point in the end was I'd rather have interviews than not have interests. Okay okay so let's go back to the stat that I use last week. The Institute of Diversity and Ethics In sports twenty nine thousand nine racial and gender report card for the National Football Bali. The League got actually an a plus for hiring of color. Assistant coaches right a sit a plot. Oh that's progress right. It got a deep loss for hiring head coach of Color White eight-plus assistance d-plus head head coaches. There's a big disconnect there and it shows you. That owners are fine. Oh hire two or three black assistant fine with that but nope nope. I don't want to head coach to be black. Right gives quite to the restaurant you can cook. You'll be in the bank but Michelle not the bridge. I roll up now okay so when I texted back and forth last we can use this last week of John Wooten just beside himself now. He is devastated by this this development his point was that only one. GM Chris Grin Miami. Point out is use. John's word heartbreaking because it could start with the GM right a black GM of or of color could be more open minded to say to the owner. Hey listen this guy is really bring him in. Let me let me introduce him to you right. The conduit to the owner can be stronger. Iran have I don't know six or eight black. GM right right. We've had them around the league four or but all of a sudden there's a dearth to rape Barma with Barma within Cleveland. He'd Gone Rick Smith who I know very well be in Denver. He interviewed for The Washington. Ashington John Daniel Snyder said head coach could be a head coach. Basically general manager after the Washington like who are the head coaching after the draft. The General Mattis. Okay so sometimes there is group think or shink sheep among the owners because in the end they do want to win right. And if they're looking around the League league and that black head coaches really successful they say well I want one of those. I want to go that direction right well. There was one black head coach who started to have success late in the year ear and he happened to be allied with Chris. Clear in Miami and Brian Floors off the Patriots. Well they started out all time badge for about what seven seven games fifty. Nine seven opening renders and then they basically it felt like they turned the whole roster iside down which they needed to do and then all of a sudden the last nine games they go five and four they upset the eagles and then they went to foxborough and just basically ended the season. I thought for the new New England Patriots playoff teams right. Okay so all the sudden Brian floor floor with the help of Chris greer. They're having big success. It looks like it's headed in the right drug us us but it wasn't enough of a splash to create momentum through the hiring process and right because John Wooden again texted me back with so many names he said we have so many in the pipeline. Who already started with Eric? B Enemy and Chris Rock. I think Chris Shaw Bad Year on defense but when I watch him interviewed when I watch his body language. It's a stunt man he's he's got. CEO Written all over him. He looks like a commanding officer to me. There's not enough black head coaches skip. Because because you look you look at Mike McCarthy guest job he hires the guy that gave him his opportunity coordinator fifteen years ago so you see the circle. We'll skip once you become a head coach. What do you do you go to the combine? You go to say elbow you got your drake. He goes to the coaches meeting and Yada Yada Yada and to connect with the boom boom boom right right. So if I'm not in that Lou. How do I get into loops? Because a rid of staff they said eighty percent of the jobs are never posted so in other worth people get hired somebody a friend or family member is not what you know who you know There in live the roof. It does house so to finish John. Bruton's list of pipeline candidates being AMEE. Chris Rashard Robert Sala. He threw Jim Caldwell on his list. Is Jim Colwell was highly successful zestful. Jim called wheel lost his jaw. Going nine and seven in two years Matt Patricia has nine total win and he's still got a job now he goldwell still doesn't have another job he in four years. He went to the playoffs twice in the last year he went nine and seven and they said well you know we need to move in a different direction. uh-huh and the guy that's replaced has yet to win nine total games in two years. Do you still own a still on the clock. Okay Steve wilks got one shot in time. I'm one year in Arizona and he was gone. He's now the defensive coordinator in Cleveland which probably didn't help his cause this year that much but I don't hear his name no in Cleveland right right on the list. And then there's Terrel Austin who's young stripes potential star coach and John Wootton into his list with Marvin Lewis who he thinks deserves a second shy right. Okay so Jerry. Jones did observe in qualified for the Rooney rule by bringing in. I Marvin Lewis. I think Jerry was shrewd operating waiting there. Because he didn't pick a young like like Chris Rashard type interview him because of Jerry had interviewed a young potential upcoming head. Black coach right. There's more pressure on Jerry. What was wrong with right? What's the problem exactly? He went to Marvin Lewis because he thinks Marvin Lewis is kind of old news right right. He got his longtime time shot in Cincinnati. Listen I still think Marvin did a good job job seriously. Yes okay he went. Oh and seven in the playoffs but still it was Andy Dalton Alton you re you with covering the NFL and you remember what Cincinnati before. Marlene got there was John. Carter number one overall. You Got David Cleland with the fourth. The fourth picket. You got big day to day and Wilkerson purse around the second pick in the draft year after year after a year people. Forget what I know. Marvin didn't win a playoff game. But they weren't even getting close to the playoffs for Marvin got there. No so I was disappointed in Jerry because you know my heart Hartz. I'd love to see Jerry Jones higher black head coach and I think I probably won't live long enough or Jerry will live long enough to know.

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"marlene" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"marlene" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"And you've got a you you are it's were happy to do it and we are so glad that we've connected with you also Marlene I want to give you a thousand dollars from routes to put in the fridge so the you've got plenty of plenty of good eats for the holidays okay thank you so much oh my god you guys may be how you keep up with five of them yeah that is great I've got to and I don't know how you do it you what you would call me that question you know I did say I get up every day and I they drive me nuts but you know yeah when I go grocery shopping and I have to on the bus yeah I there's another one that you left at all who I want to give you all those I always do what's called well listen let's get some for those kids from Old Navy from the clothing store swimming advowson dollars to get them some new clothes to for Christmas okay well thank you thank you your loan amazing thank you so are my My Baby baby he's an identical twin but my other baby passed away at five months in my so so you know I just been what all and I just stayed strong for my kids I'm so sorry to hear about that you lost and it just goes to show you the incredible capacity of strength that you have I mean it really it blows me away yes as the troopers she's the war I good on Gabby forgetting to us this is great news so wait let me I I want to get through some stuff here because I I was going to just not just you but do that and say thank you but I'm I'm gonna put together a few other things the kids we can give them some we got the clothes would give them some shoes McGee five in a Bucks to spend at Zappos for some new shoes hello now you've got a nine eight nine six the boys the boys are nine eight no no no nine is my older boy and that might be one is identical friend he's one he's one gross okay so you've got the nine an eight year old what about and intend to switch for them in a tree at like at the controller so everybody can play together he's you know I just been trying to and I just well you know I told him I'm not gonna be able to give you that you know you know mom's gonna be able to give you that much she can be able to do it over and it remains the same and then for for the girls' surely in me right what about a kid Kraft majestic mansion this is something that well the little kids rave about apparently so house I would love that Marge I've got them little my life and you know and I just trying to make all my daughter home and bought well this is gonna be the coolest and it's a very it's a beautiful doll house so let me get you that and if you just listen to kiss FM I I mean this is kiss was giving number five we've got Marlene on the phone and said Bernie Dino her friend Gabby nominated her normally we take a break here but I don't stop I don't stop now right hello my I want to put you on the spot but what about something from your company your lowly Bros Marlene I will send a little one one everything that I have that we have created a little liberals books for him and puzzles and word games hello my god I would you know be okay thank you thank you and merry Christmas and I hope that this helps out and Gabby god bless you for reaching out to us well what family your right and they're all of you guys before we let you go big hog and I know that in the email I think you have you told me about well how Marlene had to spend her rant to get her car back right yes because I was out of work you know for a week the book and to the warehouse I was working on and my boss did and then go to work so I had to pay my you know use my rent money for my car payment that how to take out you know did you get your car yeah I had to get it back because the only way I can only vehicle I have you know and what about the rent for this month taking a three day notice I'll pay the rent right now we'll take care of.

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3 Ways To Talk Your Way To A Stronger Culture

The LEADx Show

11:47 min | 3 years ago

3 Ways To Talk Your Way To A Stronger Culture

"Welcome Marlene Chisholm. Thank you so much and yet and I WANNA say welcome to Oh you. I'm really excited to be here with you. Know what kind of a commitment that takes in today's time very difficult to live program so I hope I if you the value and it was worth it so we titled. This three ways to talk your way to straughter culture well. If it was really that easy I'm going to give you some language though and and some techniques that you can use today because I believe that it needs to be practical so you've heard the saying watch your thoughts they become your words and in heard watchwords they become your behaviors and watch your behaviors because they become your culture her and you know there's been some definition of culture that it's all about behaviors however when I was working with bad some of the experts writing my last book no drama leadership it's really more than behaviors inch really about shaping culture and behaviors just just being a part of that so the real question that we're here to consider is how leaders shape culture well we shave culture through thoughts words and behaviors it really. WanNa be clear to that. It's not just about leadership in it's not just about thoughts words and behaviours although that's the scope for today and just want to say very briefly that there are many influences that that come into play when we talk about culture and one of those that was brought to my attention was by Dr Edgar Shine one of the the the best the most well-known leaders in culture the MIT sloan professor just a genius when it comes to culture and when we were talking about my book look and I was seeking his endorsement he said you know it's the way we do things on the inside and get along so that we can produce results for the outside so in other words we have the internal influences of external so today we'll be talking mostly about those internal influences. That's the leaders can actually take action action on so I I WANNA share with the foundation that is it every single bid of my work in every single book. It's something that I share workshops at something I do in speaking engagements because it helps people to get a visual framework of how look at the ways that we achieve results and and the barriers that come into play when we're on the on the journey of it achieving results so this is a new language that I often referred to in workshops call the language of the island and the ideas that were always trying to get from point eight point beasts. He's seen the little guy in the rowboat you see that island and that. Little Robo can represent just you as your as an executive you as a leader origin represent your entire team so this is useful no matter what your what your roller your title or always he's trying to get to what I call. The island called peace and prosperity so you could call that your prophets your revenue goals your end of the year you're in the quarter goals nonetheless we refer to it as getting to peace and prosperity because there's only one reason we want anything and that's a cause we're going to have a sense of completion and peace about it or windex index and in some ways either revenue or personal growth so we're always trying to get to peace and prosperity but then we have an obstacle in the obstacle as you can see the shark and in my body of work. I talk about drum a lot. I've written a lot about drama but I used drama in a different way than what we typically think of it so oh my definition is that drama is any obstacle to peace and prosperity so wherever we're trying to go there's this drama this something that stands in the way on the middle level management arena what I see from those that her in that level or those that are leaders over that level. We see a lot of relationship problems. We see that someone won't get the work done or we see complaining and gossip is that relationship issue becomes drama or it becomes the personal issues that employees have and the reason why there late at work or the reason you're having turnover. There's a lot of obstacles that come up that keep you from getting into peace and prosperity and so I often ask in workshops. I asked the audience to ask you. How do you know someone's drama is when I pause for a moment. How do you know what someone's dramas doesn't matter what their level well. How you know is that they talk about it because we human beings cannot help talk about whatever bothers us and becomes this becomes my shark my shark but you don't understand my shark and as you can see the more we focus on the problem the bigger the problem gets and we then become enmeshed in a problem oriented way of thinking instead of an outcome instead head of thinking about what do we want to create and so what happens is we have these sharks and the cultural issues include both visible and the invisible and I talked about some of those visible just a moment ago how it shows in relationships the office drama the backstabbing the gossip the power struggle struggle that happen but it happens on a major level in major organizations or seeing a lot of visible drama and politics right now and jokingly people used to say well. No no wonder we have a lot of drama. We have a lot of women in our department and then I jokingly say well. My next book is going to be called men and have drama too because all you have to look sports and politics into much bigger form of drama but the point that I make is that we all have obstacles to our growth and to you the the bottom line to the end results about. We're GONNA look at both the visible in the end this because I think it's really important to understand that what you're seeing being on the surface may not be the facts and the reality is just what you're seeing on the surface and so the question then becomes how do these obstacles does. How does drama manifest well in the workplace. You're going to see that manifesting communication relationships with their bats with your clients your patients your the customers your employees the productivity levels you're going to be able to measure it on some way you're gonna be able to see observable behaviors and observable results but on the bottom level on the invisible realm where the drama and we're the cultural issues are really. I guess Redid or where they are unseen. It really has to do with the thoughts emotions beliefs and decisions and that's really becoming a big part of my work right now is to help leaders gain that clarity on what thoughts when emotions what belief sweat decisions are driving these cultural issues and that's outside of the environmental environmental and legislative impact that we have regarding culture so I also have a little test ask people. Do you think it's really important to had drama in the bud as you can see us a lot of analogy. I use a lot of pictures because I want people to get out of their logical thinking mind and into more a picture type of mindset you can clearly see what's really going on and there's cultural issues and of course everybody agrees yes. We should drop it in the bud. Well that is a trick question because if you drop in Nevada it's as if you have a field of Dandelions and you clip off the bloom and underneath you have a root system awesome and the next year you have a field full of Dandelions so culturally how we often nip in the bud instead of getting to the root is that we move if someone to a different department and I've heard this even at very high levels while they have three years to retire and we just can't let them go. We have to kind of ride this out milkis out until the retire or we play a lot of games like we're. GonNa show them who's boss and make their job very difficult until they voluntarily quit. This creates a culture of mistrust. It creates a culture of drama and this avoid into we're gonNA talk about this later. I'm also willing to share with you how identify roots and poetic so this is kind of a layered approach to to talking about culture so I'm going to answer the question. You know where we're going in the presentation. HOW LEADERS SHAPE CULTURE is to clarity connection and conversations and that wasn't on purpose that I have the three Cs but I absolutely loved the way it sounds. I loved the way because it's easy to remember so if you just start to think throughout this presentation I as a leader or my executives as we're running the company. Here's the three freeways that we are shaping culture. Perhaps without even knowing it. It's in clearly it's in our connections and it's in our conversations so that's. GonNa be the remainder of what I talk about but as well as the root systems always present because what she see the roots of drama and the obstacles that prevent you from creating the culture that you say that you want awed you now have that piece and you also have the the clarity connection in conversation piece which you can then design some sort of a initiative. You should have a program a training a leadership development so that you can consciously create your culture instant of leading it. It ran a chance so the first apiece is that we need to get clear and clarity is a big part of my work. It's it's been something that's been part of my own development. I have struggled with clarity in my own career path and developing my consulting practice and the good news about that is because I understand it. I'm really compassionate about it and we do not need to fear the lack of clarity bet. We need to understand the distinction of where we're clear and we're we're not because I I root of. All drama is a lack of clarity. Now I talk about this a lot and I'm gonNA give you resources along the way that you can jot down. You're more than welcome to email email me afterwards as well. This gives you other places to look for some of this content on a deeper level so in the first Book Stop Workplace Drama published by Wiley that this was a premise that I've used throughout my career. I use it in my life because it's a it's a universal principle that in all drama there's always a common route and the first rate is is a lack of clarity so here's the thing that you should know about that. In all drama there's lack of clarity and then the second component of this is the one with clarity always navigates the ship now. The reason I have that piece in is that I have worked in you know years ago I work. It's a lot with middle level managers. They were growing and as as the counties were developing their their leaders they would ask me to come in and do some you know frontline line or like middle level leadership training and the questions would come up. You know I've got a pasta or I've got at Queen Bee. I've got this person truly difficult the cult to to handle and so I would ask the question why does I'm they give what they do and the and the answer is will because it works so if you're not able to guide your team if you're not able to create that cleberation there's someone who knows what they want more than the leader and so the woman's clearly always navigates the ship so if you are in the boiler room shoveling coal so to speak it means. You're not on the top neck. NGOs lost your vision. It's means you've lost clarity but here's the good news and I love the refer back to every common coaching. Someone in the problem seems overwhelming every time I've doing a strategy session and it seems like Sony Parts and pieces I just say site at myself and I

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How President Trump's new immigration rule could erode the social safety net

Morning Edition

05:08 min | 3 years ago

How President Trump's new immigration rule could erode the social safety net

"We're gonna hear more now about the trump administration's new rule restricting legal immigration with the change legal immigrants who use public benefits like food stamps or Medicaid will be less likely to get approval to stay in this country permanently the government is broadening the criteria in determining who is likely to become a quote public charge someone who will be largely dependent on government services and there are already signs that immigrants and even American born children maybe for going help their legally entitled to so they don't lose their status we're joined now by Tuesday Anderson she's with the children's defense fund and work directly with immigrant families in Texas who joins us on the line from Austin thanks so much for being with us my pleasure this policy changes been in the works for months now it hasn't gone into effect yet that happens October fifteenth but how have you seen it affecting immigrant families in your that your organization works with yeah as you said this is been in the works for well over a year at this point the first leaked tracks were leaked in early twenty seventeen and we've been seeing a steady increase in the amount of fear that immigrant communities experience here in Texas for sure I'm with a increase descend role Menton decrease enrollment in programs like Medicaid snap and and and a variety of other programs that are not covered under this new public charge regulation but there's insufficient information and people are just with drying even their citizen children from not from programs that they need to even children who who are American citizens because they were born here it's our are concerned and so they're they're not getting health care for them because they're afraid that they could as a family be deported that's correct here in Texas one in four children has at least one parent who is a non citizen as one point six million children so that they an enormous percentage of our population or worried about a decrease in a Texas already has incredibly high uninsured rate the highest child uninsured rate in the country and that we're only going to see that climb the we reached out to a to a mother in Austin Texas an immigrant her two kids though **** US citizens her name is Marlene she asked us that we not use her last name because of concern about her immigration status she works her husband works but they have used some public benefits to get by including Medicaid for one of our kids who is disabled but now because she's afraid to stop using food stamps as well here's part of what she told us but I mean I've read a little for me the most important thing is the health of my kids I just keep praying they don't take away Medicaid because I've already had to give up the food to be honest I feel terrible I feel powerless we should know the Texas has one of the highest rates of of participation in the food stamp program or snap but I wonder what is your message how you counseling people like Marlene but I I know that these that their families who are worried feel like they're in an impossible situation they're worried if they enroll that they'll end up you know losing their ability to stay in this country potential family separation this is a scary moment and it's understandable that people react in ways to protect themselves in this case protecting themselves feels like withdrawing from programs but we really urge families to stay enrolled this the actual impact is a very limited number of people that the rule precisely applies to those who lives legal immigrants were seeking to adjust their status there is whether or not your children are enrolled in programs whether you're a legal immigrant or not has absolutely no impact through the public charge rule on your ability to stay in this country we had Ken Cuccinelli on our program earlier this week he's acting director of the US citizenship and immigration services and I will I want to play a clip of that interview again here's his take on the new Colossus the Emma Lazarus poem at the statue of liberty tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge does he have a point it is is the US government entitled to require that immigrants to this country not be a burden on the state in his characterization of I think it his characterization is disingenuous in the first place these programs are not this is not a burden on the state these are programs that are designed to lift and support families in times of need so that their anti poverty measures and they're extremely successful anti poverty measures is abundant data indicates that people who use these programs go on to thrive more than they would have otherwise and second essay disingenuous because even if they do not use the programs there's also something called a wealth test in the rule where if they have low income they simply don't it's a it's a hard strike against their applications so if they don't use any of these programs and quote unquote stand on its own two feet you're still there still saying if you don't earn above the US median income you're not welcome here T. C. Anderson is a senior policy associate at the children's defense fund based in Texas thank you so much for your time we

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Welcome, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!

Filmspotting

04:00 min | 3 years ago

Welcome, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!

"Not during a scene with her finish said later, my new I was acting, but my heart didn't and my body. Certainly didn't I won't discuss it more because of the degree of intimacy involved. That was Finney the chemistry between the two is unmistakable Harris writes, and perhaps at its most powerful during the scenes when you're wondering whether Mark and Joanna should stay together at all a counter to your point about the Manzini score. He says, Don and gives their dilemma a great glossy coat from the gorgeous animated opening credits by 007 genius MAURICE binder to what may be the most melancholy romantic theme, Henry Mancini ever composed and then on its poignancy. He says undone in steady hand to for the road. Does what only a Hollywood movie can do it convince you to beautiful movie stars tooling through France and car are just like us. It's everybody's marriage. That's on trial in this film. If you've ever failed to let a fight go or said one thing too many or kept silent rather than apologize. You're likely to recognize a bit of yourself in the shards of the Wallace's the point about how they're just like us the scene that I think does that. So well is when they are forced to stay in the chichi hotel and have to kind of dodge around the fact that they can't afford to tell the restaurant. I mean, those charged for it is just a great secret. So fun so two for the road, my choice. Maybe Mark Harris's choice. If indeed he was participating in the marathon Thanos pick. I know it's not your choice though, Josh. And you know, what it's also not the choice of another guest. We have teased at last week that my daughter Sophie has been watching all of these films with me the first film finding marathon any of my children have fully participated in. And she wanted to play along and weigh in with her choice for best picture. I'm Sophie Manar in my awards for best picture goes to funny face. I was sucked in soon as the bundle of pink fabric hits the camera during the opening number it sets the tone for the whole movie fun wins ical, vibrant that. Coupled with an excellent performance from Audrey Hepburn led to experience where to quote, my dad. I couldn't wait to rewatch it as I was watching it. So there's my daughter quoting me quoting same van Haldeman? But that's fine. We'll go with it all goes round and round. Well, I knew Sophie was sharp. But this seals the deal. I mean, she she got the pick. Right. Funny faces the best picture of this marathon. I'll admit I probably enjoyed charade as much while watching it. But I think for me funny face has those musical production numbers that just are going to put it over the top. If you're comparing the two not only what I've already mentioned in these awards, but how about on how to be lovely that satirical, duet with Hepburn and Kate Thomson. I think that one really is crucial because it undercuts some of the movies fashion fascination that that they got into labout. That's great. Irene George Gershwin's. He loves and she loves I don't think we talked about this when we reviewed it at all. But this is where Hepburn an Astaire are at an. Outdoor wedding photo shoot. And they dance their way across a stream by lightly stepping onto a floating raft. I mean, here's another almost over the top Don touch could have been a pick for physio seen as well. So funny face. It's just stuffed with production numbers. Most of them quite delightful. Domine, of course, will forever be known for co directing singing in the rain. But I do think funny face has deserves a place in the top tier musicals conversation. Well, it's my runner up certainly for this marathon film. I did enjoy and has so many of those great done in moments. And touches that's our marathon. Are thanks again to Sophie to Nathaniel, of course, for all of his insights and launching all of these conversations. We hope you enjoyed this marathon whether you were following along or not and able to watch every film, we do have another marathon coming up. We don't have the date set exactly for when it will commence, but we're going to take a look at the work of Josef von Sternberg and Marlene Dietrich that collaboration. You can find. More information about all of our marathons, including listening back to all of these Don and conversations at film, spotting dot net. And just click on marathons at the top of the page.

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Measles, Saint Lucia And James discussed on Mark Mason

Mark Mason

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Measles, Saint Lucia And James discussed on Mark Mason

"A cruise ship in Saint Lucia has been quarantined for a possible. Measles outbreak. Dr Marlene Fredericks James the chief medical officer on the island of Saint Lucia said in a YouTube video that the ship has been dogged after they learned from quote to reputable sources that there had been a case of measles on board because of the risk of potential infection. Let just from the confirmed measles escapes, but from other persons who maybe on this on the books at the time. We thought it prudent so make a decision not to allow anyone to disembark James did not name the cruise line or the boat nor did she say where it

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