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Polis, 1st Openly Gay Governor Elected, Marries in Colorado
"America's first openly gay governor has tied the knot congratulations are in order for Colorado's Jared Polish he was the first openly gay man to be elected governor in the United States in twenty eighteen and now he's married first gentleman Marlon Reis his long time partner a writer in animal welfare advocate the two were married in a traditional Jewish ceremony attended by family and friends in boulder on Wednesday post and reset to children and nine year old daughter and a seven year old son they've been together for eighteen years but only got engaged in December as research preparing to be hospitalized after contracting cove in nineteen in a statement the couple said they're thankful for the opportunity to celebrate their life together as a married couple I'm Jennifer king
Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal
"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting
"marlon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"It's a hard sell dude. But i'm trying but i love it. I love it. that's to me. The the only problem is like a lot of people. Don't have that experience with alzheimer's show but my dad is very sweet right now. And i know it's gonna get bad. I know he's probably he's difficult with his wife but with me it's all very you know he knows what's up also like that type of stuff. It's hard to deal with. But i mean we have a sick family. We always find funny. And what are your people. Die of My mom she had diabetes and until eighty something right. Yes that's good was it. Life right sees the strong black woman. Diabetes woman had ten kids before anesthesia was. No anesthesia's is give me. That wallet passed a while in the whiskey. Do you all you guys. Get along other siblings. Yeah mother's I've a close relationship with each one. Yeah that's good. Are they most of them out. Because they have all choked me at some pain in my life the one yeah you're the would keno little scared of. Because he spanked me. When i was like ten he kind of stood in for the old man. Sometimes my false for me too but he kind of doubled up on a little pissed off at who passed him over they just past year around. The spank are being the youngest man against fucked up because most those no everything here. We don't hide everything had one point at damon's fucking sneakers keenan's pants and my father's underwear on like nothing was my and and i'm the but every joke there's the name of the special. Nothing was mine. That's you're really good at that coined coining the free down. Nothing was i and then you work towards at the end at the end The callback like and that's who i am. That's coming out of august nineteenth. You know what it is. Yeah Hbo max how's it called. You know what it is. You know what it is. That's give away the whole thing. I didn't want to spill. Max and we love it is like you're given the shoko a what enough it does. We love so much to it. There's so much more you know what it is and then you go. Oh i get it. Yeah yeah yeah. I wanted to call what i want to call it I wanna call yachts mermaids analogy belly buttons. That's good or i want to call it Boiling hot mess Yeah yeah you know what it is like you know anyway. Let me tell you the titles. We actually Email i was surprised the The the the the bringing around the mermaid story worked. Is you a surprise you. The worst that comes out august nineteenth back august thirteenth. Watch it on edmark. Marin steals a show. I was blessed to stare screen with man. You're really funny a lot. you're really solid actor about. Thanks buddy you good like some people just like you know you really good now. Thanks buddy right. you're the guy. Give you my jokes about i. Write my part me one of your hundred million dollar movies that kids give me some back end. That kids like a good talking. You love your brother.
"marlon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Got a lot of business says to me filming and i look over and i'm watching this guy and for the rest of the day i can't i fucking can't unseeded because then it seems like he gets more interesting. I mean i understand it. You know what's really weird about that. Is i watched some of the video for some of the old footage of that guy hit worrying. Well no but he like like when he's conducting. Remember all my god. He's doing the so the only people that are going to notice that it's going to be like that guy's daughter. Oh that's the way essence exactly with the hips way. He did good. He did good. Everybody did good. That was the level of commitment on that set. Everybody was committed. The best thing is their cloud for having some laugh crazy. I can't do serious scenes and you tell me stuff like boys. He busy sand it was. I mean but. I don't think it might the best you'll be heard. It would've been me less choice. That i made in that and i watched the movie. Remember when you get in my face. Don't fucking move as the best choice. 'cause i'm thinking about that like i like if that were mark i would be like what's up man drive back but jerry just stood right there. You come right up into my face mike. what is you influence. You didn't blink. Is this like nothing. Nothing because i think your character knew that this was temporary. And you was this nelson full of. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah sure okay. Yeah to sit and that he was insecure. And you're like whatever. Rita yeah built this fucking guy exactly. Yeah okay yeah i was. It was exciting. It looks so fucking good. The movie lease amazing chase. Everybody every all departments. I've never worked on a movie. Where every department showed up Yeah yeah that's why. I can't be mad at the guy. The conductor order engineer. That was had all the business because great. We all had business business. You know i was just being funny because it's funny on the set but like in order to make in that guy's a real actor in order to make acting interesting and not just sort of like because it's a lot of waiting around and so out of repetition so like and i'm just learning this shit like in order to make it interesting you've got to immerse yourself in it or else is just going to be like us gonna feel like tedious. Waste of time right. I mean you must have done roles in your life where you're like no because i think i've given myself a story lease lose. Always tell us a really. You have to give your character story. What's your story in this scene because everybody has a function in the scene so us. When did you get the lesson and get the list. You still busy you simply guys business. She just told me to just do the business. I'm doing got some good business going now. Then you started doing business. You would turn me a mall. Look i'm doing business and you started turning now in reminded me then you'd get. My pencil is drink shopping pencil. Drink some water. No you started doing that. And i started looking at every time i look at you through business. I laugh because i look over at him. And he's doing business business on both sides a business. Tell me about this story though. I wanna learn all you got to give yourself a were in every scene. Yeah what's your character through. Even if you don't have line right the guy had to business. I had a story was singing singing about. I was feeling powerless. I was watching her family bond again. Ted was watching the destruction of his empire in his control. Rita right and so those words was resonating to him and that's why when he jumped back in to take center stage he's a clown right and he's coming from insecure place and when the camera comes soon that's all that's going on in my mind yet actors when they come in for that close up. They're looking into your soul right so they need to see that story. That insecurity informs your face you your. Yeah yeah you browse your. You'd be surprised. What when you give yourself. The story yet. Informs the audience. What your character and you always did this or or did you not call it. That i didn't call it that. I've always done it but when liezl said what's the story and every night i would go home and if i had seen with that lines and not rea- i came in with a story. And then she would be like now. That's the wrong story. Telling this is just still really. Yeah sometimes she had that that thing with her. Like i never know until you just go mark b. mark got doing great. You know like anything. Think she's great great about a. You didn't need it right. Yeah i know you had. You had a tough demeanor you you believe in the girl i get that he was on sp spot on with your character yet and i think for me it was a lot more complicated. Yeah i mean the character right you. 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"marlon" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"But anyway so i decided i would commit to taking the drive and Learning the songs that i'm going to be singing and playing at the largo show on august twenty six with sold out that sold out and he kind of did that and did some writing. I did some thinking. I did some listening to music and I just the desert man. Driving through the fucking desert is very satisfying. Though my back hurt a little bit. I'm phone apart. Man feel my shoulders. Carry tension in their shoulders. Used to be my back but now my shoulders are tight is it the thing for my nail is already too late. God damn man. I'm telling you man. I'm telling you when you live in the shadow of somebody getting sick and dying in your house. It's a fucking heavy thing because you realize on some level that just can happen. That can just happen and it's going to happen. You just hope you had a nice full run you know anyway. I don't wanna get darker. grim The feedback on the movie. Respect has been great. I'm very proud to be in it. I got this weird box of merch from. I think the aretha franklin estate no card. Nothing didn't ask. Word came to the po box. Five or six t shirts a mug shopping. Bag patch aretha stuff note. I think he came from the estate but it was sort of like almost took. It is like suit up your team. Aretha now suit up suit the fuck up marlin and i were kind of. We caused some mission to fund set. We're having some laughs. I gotta be honest with you. We had some laughs at some other people's expense privately. That's okay right. Still do that privately. If it's just to you giggling as some bullshit at the expense of someone else is that okay or is that kinda some grade school bullshit so marlin his comedy special marlin wayne's you know what it is premieres this thursday august nineteenth on hbo max. He's currently in the movie. Respect with jennifer hudson and me which is now in theaters. This is me talking to marlon. Wayans.
'Respect' Is an Earnest Aretha Franklin Tribute Movie
"Is what you might call a bio-pics bio pic. It takes about the first. Half of. Aretha franklin's life dramatizes. It step by step as she builds her talent in her father's church and then carves out her place in music history. And yes as is common in films like this. There is trauma. There is a troubled family history and there is a marriage to a man who should never have been let anywhere near her career. In addition to forest whittaker and marlon wayans the cast includes audra mcdonald as aretha. Franklin's mother and marc maron as record. Mogul jerry wexler. Hudson performs a lot of franklin's hits including respect chain of fools and natural woman she also takes on the gospel and the standards and even more of franklin's enviable range written by tracey scott wilson kelly corey and directed by lisa tommy. It's a long and admiring
Mallory Millet Saw the Human Side of Marlon Brando
"Have so many stories you so you were friends. Good friends with marlon brando Who grew grew to be the size of a house at the end. I mean it's the kind of an amazing thing orson welles. Dan ackroyd There's people that they just blow up beyond reckoning. You keep you try to imagine. Excuse me what what's going on over there. You knew him when he was thin. He was glamorous beautiful beautiful human being. I mean beautiful physically physically and as an actor. Sometimes i always wonder. What's the big deal about certain people and then you see something. When he was in. I guess was julius caesar when he when he does the romans conference room. It's gonna when. I saw that. I thought to myself now i get it. You just thought to myself. I never really had seen whatever that was the sukhois about him. I mean everybody knows. He's a great actor but we were you finally see like oh my goodness there's he's a genius But you saw the human side of him so in the late sixties. He's calling you up. You said during the break that you talked him out of suicide. Marie would call me and she'd be she say i'm up in san francisco right now and It would be midnight or something. I'm up in san francisco right now and marlins home alone and he's going to kill himself and you've got to get over there right now and i'd go murray is midnight is marlin. He's you know please mallory. You've got to go there now. You've got to get in your car and get up there right this minute
Why Marlon Brando Hated Hollywood
"In this world with these people and of course marlon brando in sixty eight. At this time he is a. It doesn't get very much bigger. No marlin brennan. But he was he had run a he. He'd run his career into the ground. I mean when you think about his his big stuff you know when when he was working on while all the all the classic films with the ilya kazan. But by the later sixties he could get work and y well first of all hated. Hollywood despiser with the red hot hatred. Not only that but are you ready for this. I don't know it's to be. This is quite a revelation. This children'll island brando to acting. Yeah loathed. it hated hollywood wounded. The whole acting world hated broadway. Hated movies didn't wanna ever act again Because he used to say to me mallory. It's fine for a woman. It's a feminine profession. You might be able to get somewhere in it and you might enjoy it but for a forty four year old man. He was forty four at the time for forty four year. Old man to have twenty year old kids. Who don't know anything about anything. Giving him orders and telling him when they can work and where to stand in to speak and how to do. I've had it. I'm a man. I need to have a manly life. You know what i'd like to be. You know what. I'd give anything in the world to be an. I'd say what marlene united. Sit there. And i'd say you know i'm sitting here listening to marlin complete exact and nobody's ever going to believe me you're you're you're blowing my mind. And he said you know. I i tell you. He said I if i had my druthers in this world i would be the first vice president of prudential life insurance company. And i'd go. That's kinda sunny very smart and funny but that is that is hilarious ways basically saying i want a normal normal life. I want to go to work and come home and be done with it right. I just want to have a normal family with some kids and live like a normal person. I can't stand this
Frito-Lay Strike Could End as Workers Vote on a New Labor Agreement
"Workers who have been striking in Topeka, Kansas, for more than two weeks are voting today on a new labor agreement. Frank Morris of member station K. C U R reports the proposed contract eases some working conditions at the plant and would raise salaries, but those concessions may not be enough to compete in a tight labor market. Union strong Oh, one thing you learn, talking to the strikers outside the sprawling Frito Lay plant Topeka, the people who make Cheetos, Fritos and chips they can work similar long hours. I am a very hardworking woman. I work like him. Helen Teeter done up in a bright red shirt. Big white hat says she has very little time for family. I have no time to go work for them because I've been working seven days a week. Like 84 hours a week. 84 hours a week, Peter says the money's good up to double the normal $20 an hour wage with overtime. In a statement, Frieda Lee says only about 2% of its Topeka workers average more than 60 hours a week. But the company routinely forces workers to pick up extra hours and to skip scheduled days off even those with seniority like Marlon Smith. I've been here 22 years and I still get force for seven days a week. Maybe, like two or 3, 12 2 or 3 12 hour shifts. The contract Smith and others are voting on today would guarantee one day off a week. It would also end what workers call suicide shifts. 2 12 hour shifts with only eight hours in between. There's a proposed 4% raise over the next two years. But there may not be enough workers have more leverage now, and the signs of that are impossible to miss. They just put this up last week. We were out here We watched him put it up. Brad Wiese is pointing out a new billboard just across from the free delay plant Right where the picketers stand it, says the JM Smuckers company now hiring multiple position shift and pay rates, comprehensive benefit packages, So that's pretty much telling us. Hey, Come on out. We says at least half a dozen companies are actively recruiting disgruntled Frito Lay workers if they can't get the contract they want today for
This Greys Anatomy Fan Favorite Has Just Landed a HUGE Role
"Eighteen months after fan favorite and original grey's anatomy cast member. Justin chambers left the show after three hundred fifty episodes. He's lent his first role since departing. It'll be playing one of the most iconic actors in cinematic history marlon brando according to deadline justin will play the oscar winner and the upcoming limited series the offer about the making of the godfather which sits at number two on top one hundred movies of all time. Miles tellers already been cast to play already the iconic producer of the film who story the show will be based on look for the offer next year paramount
What's the deal with Framing Britney Spears on HBO?
"Framing britney. This documentary had everyone above this weekend. I watched it last night. Kind of inbetween. Basically i'll be honest. I started watching it after the halftime show During the superbowl. 'cause i didn't really care at us home with my family and i wasn't like at a party or betting or anything but i'll get super bowl too but first of all Of course we've all heard about free brittany. Which has been this movement that her fans kinda started. There's been you know articles podcast and everybody talking about it. Of course. I follow her along with twenty seven other million people on instagram. And it's been weird. It's been weird watching her this last year. You gotta watch it. It's on lure fx. But it's just really they kind of just go through her whole career with in two hours which could have been. You know an eight part series. I think and we all remember when she came up. It was the mickey mouse club. And then all of a sudden she was really sexy. I remember when Shawn and marlon wayans were hosting the mtv awards and she came out and she did her sexy that goes with the snake and their joke which they came off came up with on the spot which is a great story is from minnie mouse club to the strip club and it was one of the funniest lines ever but now in watching that you're like wow you know this. This girl was suffering We made her suffer because we did jokes like this. We are obsessed with her sexuality. Diane sawyer was you look back at that interview which they featured and really putting her in the hot seat you know. Jay leno Doing jokes about her. We did jokes better. When chelsea lately started we. It was a great time for late night. Television also. Because right around that time the writers guild strike happened and we weren't writers guild so we were the only Late night show that got to stay on air. Every day was britney spears story. And it i. It just seemed like she was going. You know kinda fun crazy like she disliked to gas stations a lot and walk around barefoot and the paparazzi. Were there at the time. Because at that time there was no instagram. And that is how paparazzi and magazines made money is to get the shots of brittany. Brittany was the highest paid celebrity photos and then of course she married Kevin federal line but it was all just email. I just remember being doing chelsea lately and there was talk. We'll her kids taken away. And i remember sitting there going. There's no way she's going to lose custody of her kids. Come on i mean very few mothers do and she's she's going through a little struggling time but it's mostly because these paparazzi's are falling everywhere. Well you guys probably know this then. The dad got a conservative ship. And a lot of people after watching this special. This documentary said where was the mom. Why wouldn't the mom because parents divorced at that time. Try to get the conservative ship. Jamie her father was in and out of jobs Former drug addict. I believe maybe not drug out excessively alchoholic and So why would he be the person in charge. The thing is is. I think he was the first one to go to lawyers and try to get this into the works. And she was in a fifty one fifty at a mental institution when all this paperwork was done and the judge signed it. And now it's been you know fifteen years or something that this has been going on for and right away after this was done she started doing sitcoms again. Of course shortly after that she got her residency and she was making three hundred and fifty thousand dollars a night doing that show and then she left planet hollywood. And she now she's gonna do another huge residency at this new stage that they built her at the mgm and they do this big livestream thing and she comes up and then she just like and walks off talking to talk to reporters. She's not going to say anything. She's not going to do a song and shortly after that. She did it announcement saying my father is sick. And i'm not going to be performing. I'm going to put this residency off and that was really bizarre. People like is he sick. And i really don't know what the now looking back. I'm like i really don't know if he was sick of that was just her way out because now it looks like she in fact knew that the only way to get out of this conservatorship get her freedom back from her father was to stop working and stop making money and i. I would love to see what happened the day she was like you know what what the hell am i doing. Aren't going to sign up for another two or three year contract with them performing every night making all this money which. I don't get to choose how i want to spend the money. I don't get to get in the car and drive. I don't get to make a reservation and stay in hawaii on a whim without checking with twelve other people. Screw this you know. And she goes to her place in malibu during covert or wherever she is. Jesus been doing these weird instagram posts. Where her voice has changed. It's not the same voice. You're seeing these interviews on the documentary. And she's like ok guys. I've heard that a lot of been wondering what i'm going to do for the new year one. I'm gonna try to finish a pilates class to. I'm gonna try to meditate three. I'm going to try to eat better. And for i'm going to try that ice cream diet. And when she's doing it she's like it. Looks like she's definitely reading it whether it's a cue card but somebody else's there and the fact that she said i heard you guys not having reading your comments and one thing in the new year you guys asked me was Of course photos are weird. The makeup soy's like various mudgee. She's always wearing these crop tops. Sometimes she's dancing and you know i just really hope that I hope the mother gets involved. I hope that that the judge is able to watch this. Because i think when the judge granted this he was watching all the crazy news everyday. Let's just like the rest of us and this weird sam. Lufti was after an eye at the time. I was four the conservative ship. I'm like gosh. I don't want other people to take advantage of it this way. You know the data's there the other people are there to make sure that she stays healthy. No weirdos get around her. She's able to have visitation with her boys. But now after all these years it does seem really wrong and I think that this is going to be the catalyst to make whatever judges involved to open his eyes and maybe reconsider This conservative ship for
The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary
"The Sundance Film Festival is taking place over the next week, and one of the documentary showing is about Rita Marino. The first Latina woman to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Freedom. Marino exploded on the screen in West Side Story, but Rita Marino just a girl who decided to go for it is her story, and she calls it real. Compared to the documentaries. She see. I've always thought, Well, G. That's just too perfect. All the time. S so I I just made sure that I was perfect some of the time. It's a raw look at her life. Her relationship with Marlon Brando the racism she faced in her career. You are Porter region, so you don't you're not worth much. The film was produced by Lin, Manuel Miranda and Norman Layer in airs on PBS later this
Using content to retain post-purchase customers with Marlon Glover
"To talk to me about how you build a relationship and what you need to be building for your customers on the content side the source so this is when you start getting into that customer life cycle journey. So you're asked company which we are. We're thinking about on boarding. We're thinking about making sure that first impressions you can. Also you can argue that first impression happen at the awareness stage but We're thinking that first impression with that product and how they take out of the box if we speak and in some cases what that experience looks like so We wanna make sure that they have a clear understanding of how to get the most value out of what he's just purchased and so i would say best. The first step in continuing our content strategy post purchase is making sure that they have the information available to them to really solve the problem. So i'm starting to think about some of these how to videos or how to Piece the content step by step guides comprehensive guides that you see some of the more progressive organizations creating host cell to me. This is about documentation read like this is okay great. You've decided to purchase a product or service. We've documented ways that you can get the most out of it so you're not going to have as many touches as you might if we just left you alone that end up in customer services lap that ended up back in sales at end up on your. Ceo's dust an angry customer not understanding how to use your product. Yeah that's right there's documentation. There's the traditional user is and as i mentioned before conference guys these are robust pieces. That may come to play. In some cases earlier in a funnel sometimes you have very technical or detail oriented for that are ed pretty significant information around what they're looking to software and they're looking for specific details about your solution and how to use it earlier on an so mentioned before that journey isn't necessarily linear you have individuals that have prior experience with other solutions and products. That are looking to these types of guides to help answer for them and uncover potential challenges. They may have but then there's other types of consonants who that play a role in the retention and arm impulse sales so help me understand you know first off. How do you figure out what content to create to keep a healthy relationship with your existing customers. I think is still important for us to do some of those things. We did earlier on right so in a mentioned in our first our conversation earlier this week that That keyword research still pretty important right. I mentioned before that it was important. In the considerations as that we separate the branded content from a non brent content at this stage. we're looking at the question modifiers. And i mentioned before the who what why win win. Shy considered doing x. With this product for example we start taking those branded terms that are related to our company or our solutions products. And we start to find questions. That are searched the most for that. So i start there. Give me some guidance in terms of the content and the questions that have The most demand for customer base. So that's why we start. And again i mentioned in our second conversation is that we should also be thinking about leveraging our internal teams folks that are having conversations with our customers our clients to customer success reps. That are getting these questions. So they don't necessarily need to pick up the phone and have those answered able to have a very easy easy access to you. Know to to the information that they may be seeking when they purchase our product dissolution.
Driving conversions with bottom of funnel content with Marlon Glover
"So let's talk about what most marketers would consider getting people across the finish. Line you know. We've talked about building awareness. Getting in front of people that are in our personas talked about helping them build credibility and get educated on our class of products or services. And now this week. We want to talk about the bottom of the funnel. How do we get people to buy something. Whether it be a product or service talked me a little bit about the strategies behind building your fiscal your product content. Yeah well this is actually a really fun topic because for me. I can quickly point out. Look clyde the value and importance of building continent the other stages because if you have an expectedly talk clients earlier in that process then is going to be very difficult for them to decision to choose. Us supplier or someone solve their problem and incensio. They're neat so First and foremost that is critical. I mean i know we see in the car. By processors typically nine hundred or so digital interactions. This was from another study from google is not hundred interactions and is court eight hundred of them. Are emails that you didn't subscribe to but go on is true but you know i think that kinda helps us validate this point and and that point is you know if you are present throughout many of those interactions that you want present when they're looking to learn lines then you have less credibility when they're looking at the determined if your solution is right there so that's the importance of some of earlier content. If you're not teaching them then someone else is in there likely leading to their solutions so s person forms. You know there's a dating metaphor. And i'm going to try to say this without being crass vulgar or rude but you know I will turn it back into a product conversation. If you're trying to get across the finish line and you haven't put in the legwork over you know a multiple series of date and you haven't sort of shown in our case that you're Gentleman it's a tall ask and likely something that's going to be turned away and aggressively turned away if you go directly to the sale You know people are gonna think that you're being pushy or aggressive. So i totally understand what you're talking about building the relationship building that credibility starting the customer journey earlier through awareness and education. But once you're building the relationship the right way What are some of the tips in terms of the types of content that you need to have on those product pages to make sure that they're visible showing up and that they're converting so i been I'm impressed that you manage to keep that analogy. Pg great job. Odd done could go sideways at any boards. So let me say this. I think we spend a lot of time talking about e commerce. And i do want to talk about some traditional ecommerce approaches types of content that align with this this kind of purchase and buying stage But you know a large part of my background is in the bbc's and and the beat obese space there's typically multiple stakeholders involved in the buying process certain individuals get involved earlier on other men visuals megan in sort middle stages me may have some unknown stakeholders that tend to come into the mix at the later stages and so what we found. A b side is that there's very unique and civic content. That may be needed for. Let's say a cfo that hasn't been involved in the earliest stages the process at may not care about the the solution per say that you're solving for you know the head of marketing. Right you know. In those instances we're looking to create pieces of content. That uniquely address the questions that they're asking later on in that process so maybe that's a calculator to show the value of the roi of your solution. You know maybe some other type of downloadable content that your internal champions can leave on the desk of a cfo as a leave behind the help sell the value of that with an organization so on the bbc side with that looks like and i only bring that up because i think that there is some parallel that we can draw in the well so for customers and are looking to to make a purchase at the later stages. They're looking to answer this question of Which solution is right for me right. So i've learned all of these things earlier into consideration. Stage you address all of my questions on you. The ba- helped me concussion things. I wasn't considering and now looking to determine if you as a provider are actually helping me saw for those things. Are you actually providing Those needs that you helped me identify. And so i think based off of does the civic needs those solutions on. We should really take careful consideration around the type of content that we create to how answered those latest as questions Sometimes that concept can come in the form of video. So i've told you And i think we've used this example in the past that the blender example right. I told you the things that you should be thinking about. When you're choosing the right blender so let me show you the blenders that we have and the unique features and specs that we offer that aligns the things that told you before that you should be considering right so that type content may be in a form of video where we show you. How how that blender blends how this type of blade performs when you're cutting up this type of vegetable that we talked to you earlier on in this recipe content so this is at this stage. Were looking to understand. Odds answer the question of which solution is right for me. And that should be unique to every product that you offer is directly linked to the unique problems that you address earlier on in that consideration concepts
Colorado governor tests positive for coronavirus
"Testing positive for Cupid 19, Colorado Governor Jared Pulis and his partner are testing positive for Corona virus. The governor made the announcement in a tweet, saying both he and Marlon Reese are asymptomatic and feeling fine. They plan to isolate in their home, Pulis wrote. No person or family is immune, and he urged all Colorado's to use caution and limit public interactions. New York City
Kim Ng, Baseball's First Female General Manager, Has Been Ready for Years
"League baseball's first female general manager, giving her first radio interview Marlon's GM, Kim hang Says she's blown away by the support she's received since the announcement. I'm still trying to answer text messages and emails from friends and agents and players and said it's been crazy. The 51 year old says she's ready to hit the mound running. She served as MLB senior VP of baseball operations for the past nine years and as an assistant general manager to the Yankees and Dodgers
Sahel of a mess: France's impossible peacekeeping mission
"Jihadists are entrenching themselves. Ever further in the suhel continent wide strip of semi arid land just south of the sahara desert. There are former islamic state fighters ousted from the middle east al qaeda associates and a number of ethnic militias. The sahel's hitter ends are far from any city state. Laws don't hold. Public services barely exist last year. Nearly five thousand people died in battles or acts of terror in the region six fold increase on two thousand sixteen. An estimated four million people have fled their homes this week. Sixty world leaders are among those who have gathered online for the paris. Peace forum where the crisis is being discussed. A united nations peacekeeping force has a rim to patrol and to help rebuild the embattled region but most combat missions against the jihadists are led by several thousand french troops. Some of whom are based this gow in mali. Well we arrived in gow by plane then took a french military helicopter which flew at low altitude extremely fast for about an hour to get to this advance base that they've built out there in the middle of the sahel sophie. Better 'cause our paris bureau chief. An extraordinary region absolutely vast nothing in any direction will miss no human habitation. A few acacia trees the occasional goatherd and a tiny settlement. But that's about it and then you arrive in the middle of this dusty zone read colored sand where the soldiers who've made it. All the way from france had just finished a month. Long operation against jihadist. So these were both regular french soldiers but also special forces the most recent of these operations. They killed several dozen jihadists. They seize weapons motorbikes fuel and to one of them just described it. Talk to me that it was intense. There were violent encounters on the ground. This is real proper combat that the french soldiers are engaged in there. And how significant is the french presence in the region. Well the french have over five thousand troops as part of this operation that they called it by far the biggest contributor to any of the operations in the region there is a un peacekeeping operation with over thirteen thousand soldiers but no single country contribute as many as the french do. There are two hundred and fifty british for example due to arrive. Soon there are three hundred and fifty germans there but in effect. What's is obvious. Once you're there is how the real combat operations fall to the french conditions. A tough is extremely hard. The sand everywhere is grueling. And it's risky. How risky last year was the region's deadliest for years. There was a particularly nasty incident at the end of the year when the french lost. Thirteen elite soldiers in a helicopter crash but local soldiers from nizhny. Molly have also been on the receiving end of terrorist attacks. Neo lost seventy one soldiers in one attack than there was another took out fifty from marley. So it's a constant vigilance. And there's a constant sense of vulnerability even for the armed forces operating out there. But why is it that francis chosen to take the lead to to be the country with the greatest presence on the ground. Franz historically has links to the region it is the former colonial power which also causes something a problem now because it gets accused of acting in a sort of neo clooney away and fronts also has permanent military bases out there so it becomes a sort of natural partner for crisis in the past. I think that the french have really tried to change their strategy. This year. emmanuel macron host to summit at the beginning of the year with the leaders of the five signs countries and the idea is to trained share some of the burden to make sure that the french show more supported on the ground by the european countries for example they i saw estonians their swedish officer but also to try and get the regional armies to do a better job themselves and that was very clear in the description that i heard of the operations where they were working really very closely alongside marlon and nigerian forces in some of these operations against the jihadists issue in june macron emphasizes commitment to the operation solo vehicle always mma which party about the the fight against terrorism. But it's also about the return of governance and development for the region in which he wanted to work with local governments that are much closer basis and is that big french presence making any real difference to the levels of jihadist violence in this. Hell when i think it's important to think of it in terms of different regions and where we were so that was in the sort of central new central mari. I spoke to general marquan rate. Who commands the oppression. Can't overall the some offered to trish. She tested in terms of often. You said he was very satisfied with recent operations there. I think the french sense that they've really dealt a blow to what they call a die ashley. Islam state in the greater hara premium capacity results. Iovine underneath the media and the general said they haven't disappeared is but they don't have the same capacity to cause trouble that they did at the end of last year. So i think there is progress in that particular zone where they've been conducting these intense operations. Of course. the problem remains that can operate in one area but they certainly can't operate all over the country and that's where she doesn't remains a big problem and so what prospects for for actually paring back their prisons. I think is incredibly difficult. You know. I think the the french Condemned in a sense to stay in the sahel. The no plans to leave or to withdraw all their forces tool. I mean it's more question of trying to share the burden more the adversity. they're up against these jihadist groups. They are incredibly mobile than a magic they move about on motorbikes and pickup trucks and they can just disappear into the bush in a way. That's for the french forces. It's just makes it very difficult to contain and to target and so it sounds as if the the only option than it is to draw in international help. I mean how. How hard will that be the reds Help on the grounds. The american particular provide ups a crucial intelligence support to the operation. The british operates three shoot. Kelly copters there as well as part of buchan and they if french beccles and troops into combat zones on special forces which is obviously much more declined to start operations but the estonians are there and there are some checks and swedish special forces due to arrive soon so european countries are helping franz. But they aren't at the same time. Exactly lining up to offer these combat troops. And i think franz sometimes feels that. It's doing this job very much alone but the situation you describe is probably not going to be massively changed by a few dozen or a few hundred special forces. Even it's an incredibly difficult situation. The best the fringe show hoping to do is to try and contain the threat to try and secure areas and enable millions to go back to their homes into a more sense of security in some parts of the country. But it's not about defeating the enemy across the entire country. I think that much is clear.
Baltimore Ravens' Humphrey says he has virus; Green Bay Packers also have 1 case
"Baltimore Ravens defensive back Marlon Humphrey announced on Twitter today that he has tested positive for the Corona virus. Humphrey did play in the team's game yesterday with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh released a statement today saying all of their tests have come back negative. And, according to Tom Palace era of the NFL network, Green Bay Packers running back a. J. Dylan has tested positive for covert. He'll miss the team's Thursday night game with the Arizona Cardinals.
Ravens star Marlon Humphrey tests positive for coronavirus
"Baltimore Ravens defensive back Marlon Humphrey announced on Twitter today that he has tested positive for the Corona virus. Humphrey did play in the team's game yesterday with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh released a statement today saying all of their tests have come back
Matt Stinchcomb on Auburn game
"Matched joining us on the call Tamar for Kentucky and Missouri. Couple of quick questions before you go. Auburn playing a really important game tomorrow at Ole Miss Important because you know the partly because of the Kentucky loss but it it excuse me the south. Carolina. Loss. But. It just seemed like there are so many issues on that team right now and the most Mo we hear often about the quarterback situation, but you understand has an alignment it's not just a quarterback. What else do you see going wrong at Auburn? So much. It's easy to point to that, and obviously this is a complimentary sport I. Think the emergence of Tank Biggs B. is going to help I think the potential of getting sean shy back at the running back position also veteran presence guy that gives you some movement elusive play in space that will help on the ground game. It takes the pressure off of Bo Knicks because ultimately, it can't be all on his shoulders now granted there hasn't been great decision making and this is a football team could easily be winless right now we're not for some for tourist bounces and that's nothing speak towards the defensive. Side of the football where we knew there was going to be some deficiencies relative to the level of play that they got defensively along their front. You don't just play another Derrick Brown and Marlon Davidson in there but now you're down a cage a Brit in the middle of that defense all of that impacts our overall play I'll be very curious to see if ole miss gets going early in this game that amount of pressure the scoreboard itself they can apply on the Auburn offense more. So the score board board then the onus defense I think impact the level of play the get out of that. Tiger. Oh.
"marlon" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Happens live with me Andy Cohen. She's POWs with the pink ladies and he's a white check. It's watch what happens live with Olivia Newton, John and Marlon Wayans now. means. To watch what happens live everybody I'm your host Andy Cohen. Describe my guests how they go together to put it succinctly Ratmalana. God my first guest, unbuttoned our hearts Cardigan when she started sandy and Greece and we've been hopelessly devoted ever since she's the founder of the new John Foundation, which is dedicated to finding kinder gentler treatments for cancer. It's Libya New John Great to see you a Livia. Good to see you rate I am really good because it's great to see you and my next guest is one of the illustrious Wayans brothers who made his way into the top echelon of Hollywood, is a producer actor and comedian. He's starring in on the rocks in select theaters now and dropping on Apple TV plus tomorrow it's Marlon Wayans. Say Marlin. What's happening? How you doing brother? It is so good to see. You have the two of you ever. Matt's by any chance. Know. I've been a big Fan. I've been huge fan listen I grew up in a project in New York City and Greece was so big that you had all the brothers.
Atlanta Falcons Shut Down Facility After Additional Positive COVID Test Thursday Morning
"Here with some breaking news about the Games. Fortunately, a shutdown their facility after multiple positive tests for covid nineteen th this morning this morning being on Thursday October, fifteenth according to Adam Schefter the falcons had four positive tests come in this morning and pretty the NFL protocols they're shutting down the facility there. They have not identified who those players were coaches, facility members are, and we don't know that it is. Strictly players again. This protocol applies to anyone that interacts with the team that's the players, the coaches, any of the supporting personnel, but they do have four positive tests. This morning, the facilities have been shut down what does that mean for the upcoming game? So obviously, the first question is. Is this tied to Marlon Davidson covid positive test from this week on the thirteenth. And one has to think that given the proximity of these tests of his positive test that there is a relation correlation between them. We don't know that for certain but at this point, I think we can assume that the infection from Davidson whether he got it from someone else or whether he was the source of infection for others. is the thing they're going to have to. Trace. The NFL does have extensive tracing policies in place for anyone that interacts with the team. So they will know of these positive tests who they came into close contact with during the week, and that's going to be critical. Because right now, they. They have to exhibit a certain number of days of negative tests in order for them to move forward. So back to the game on Sunday. The fact that the the falcons are traveling to Minnesota is a big complication on this if the Falcons were playing at home. This may make this this scenario a little bit easier to handle. But the fact that they have to get on the plane they have to travel across the country Minnesota is going to create some really troubling logistics for the Falcons, and at this point, the fact that we are getting these tests on Thursday morning before a Sunday afternoon game. Would indicate pretty. That unless these tests, all comeback as false positives, and that is still that's a that's a distinct possibility that has happened prior in the season. So I'm not ruling it out as a possibility, but short of these tests being. Thrown out has been false positives assuming they are all true positive cases of covid. Nineteen? I would bet that point the falcons game on Sunday in Minnesota will not happen the scheduled The Falcons have to have again multiple days with negative tests and at this point, I don't think we can make that assumption because we're just two days removed from Marlon Davidson's positive tests. We have four more today We're really going to have to see how it progresses Friday and Saturday. At It seems most likely. that. The soonest the Falcons will play the Vikings is going to be Monday, and that is going to be if everything goes well with these tests. If we see yet another positive on Friday and Saturday very, very strong chance that the Falcons and Vikings will not play at all this weekend and into Monday and Tuesday
"marlon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I kept you waiting hello and thank you all right after all you didn't know I was waiting for you did you yes I didn't well that I was you had an idea about hiring you leave it it was my brother's idea five six all that is I'm sorry Marlon my brother is Donald Marlon different he you're laughing at me hello I would like you to even even though I'm not doing this very well exactly what are you doing hello explaining Donald in trouble the world isn't doing too well either are you trying to make me angry yeah why do you get around telling me why you're here my brother Donald is been in couple ever since he came back he thought perhaps he might hire a good private detective who would help me find some reason that I can't understand he decided to hire you then why didn't he come in he eight he was afraid to leave the house he sent you instead yes what kind of trouble of the for the the kind of trouble where he might get over to a man in a kind of trouble go to the cops and why not please he doesn't want to get into the papers and things like that please shine who good night with Marlon full when it comes to protection of private I can't come within a couple like years of the cops nobody afraid of being killed was ever that shot I'm sorry it's because of the purple towel the one nobody's ever seen no Hey you know this one is a little fat you up a cow made out of purple glass how much is it worth well it kind of it and he and your brother has it been neglected to get legal title to something like that that's why he can't go to please I'll have to see him of course we live at thirty nine by thirty nine Bucks Chester and that'll give me the money to add to what I I guess it's called a a retainer that two hundred dollars we'll consider every ten I guess it's too late ninety three Donald as the first thing in the morning great the first thing in the morning then goodnight goodnight this marlin you said your brother had been in trouble ever since he came back that was it he came back from where what Hey you know it.
"marlon" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"So this portion of the show is called deep dive. And that's when we go back and you live to what bid or a joke and what we're GONNA due today is go back to the way it's brothers. I'm GONNA show you this clip. Let's take a look. I don't remember to quit Carl Williams. This which is going to do the first set of decide you'll be reading with me. Oh that'd be great doc. The ready seen let me move along. It is always gets to pick coming down own the little guy that don't have nothing sprite. Rise when muffing stuff and Dave Ruffy more U.. Okay do you remember it at all. I don't remember doing none of that does that you don't mls Craig the one of two ways. Because I remember I remember Mr Gibbs the funeral scene when we saying vitamins Mister Gibbs and I kept running back in and I would hug the coffin. I'll put my feet around the past his neck and my brothers Sean just kept grabbing me out the room and I kept I kept flying back in. I remember that because that was so wild and crazy and I remember the We'd episode where where Mullen gets high and goes on a addition was a thirty minute Improv. Take of an audition and we cut it down onto like insane minutes. Do you have like a real audience story that you remember. I remember when auditioning for Batman and I got it got it but I was in there and I was like fighting and kicking and it's funny when I normally got the role Momeni daymond maybe audition people think. Thank you brother gave you roll. No my brother didn't want me. Damon was like listen. I'm writing this movie being over. What about me? Nobody knows you okay. And then I was at Howard. Dean was busy as he turned the role down dame was like all right. Well I think I'M GONNA give it to Claude. Claude Brooks said Club Book Negro with the Little Ear. The little petulant is but we look alike in the studio loves him. He he said if you want this role then you'd better be real funny. You know said all right. He said here's the thing. Don't worry about them. White folks I want you to worry about making making me laugh and you know what angle laugh at whatever Nigga you better raise some new ship. That's funny you make me laugh. You get in this movie. They go by because Damon. No Lab. Damon's is go. That's funny so Iceland took his this thing and he brought out the writer. I just rewrote all Damon's lines. I wish I still had the script. And all these squiggly lines all my Improv on it and I did the audition took three scenes and turn them into. ECB twenty minute scenes. And I want the movie to what happened Batman Man. I was almost almost famous lake thirty times a month house. Supposed to be the to be I got you want me to the guy I was almost. If I put him Batman Been. I'd have been Black Panther before black pants. Jeff I would have been the guy to bring mad memories once again. God God is amazing Guy Short lived. Nobody's the guy forever's you have a long all career. I belong career trying to chase becoming the guy. But here's the thing I realized this some people get mad right. I'm so blessed everything that doesn't doesn't happen wasn't supposed to be. You have to have that wherewithal you have to trust. God I always say I trust God if I would have got robin advent. Hot Young along with Robin. I probably wouldn't have had a career but being that I didn't get Robin and that's all you would have been. No I would have been known about being Robin. But being that that didn't happen I learned to write and produce and create in Crete Malla. TV show we create it wanes. Brothers have written and produced fifteen movies now creative to three television shows like I'm doing all the things that I'm doing now. Had I gotten robbing album. I wanted to new London where that might have been a good thing because I would have been rich and didn't have to. This is too much. You're doing fine right remember. God is good At the end of every episode we play a game of Word Association. So I'll say a word you you say was the first thing that come see you ready okay. Ready blackness go laughter healing family. Everything money the best a gum who gum gum. UH-HUH I wish I had my favorite thing in the world like orbit needs to give me like a deal chew gum all the time grief packs a day. I've I've heard that easily. Oh Wow that girl go you know what it is. I love fresh breath. I'm being smells right like for me. AH The woman right. The most attractive thing about a woman to me is the smell if there's like a smell of her perfume to floral too. I just like a clean smell. Nope I like to smoke. Lean my mom. She was telling me how my dad's feet stink as she goes. No stink foot man. Don't you ever grow up to be stink foot it so I always been cognizant of like my body always washing shower three four five times a day. I Chew Gum like I'll do it. Chew Gum Dory Story and Chew Gum all night. This is somebody spending the night chew gum all night. Sometimes when nobody's been a night out you go because I don't WanNa smell my breath in the morning. This is the most we look. How exciting you? All you woke up on the guy he's like as breath mix. It's like I WANNA do it. And then we have to talk dirty in the morning like this. Aw last word icon. Jean Yeah icon one day. Okay that's all your worst filtration quick as the way I don't know what wacky get up a character. We see Marlin in next twelve people in his next movie. We know we can dude. That's it for this episode people. Thanks for tuning in this week to another episode of Long Black Labs. This show is produced by strong black lead and NETFLIX ST media. You could find us wherever you find your podcasts jams. Oh by deejay Don will you can follow him on twitter at Don will. I've been your host James. You can find me on twitter at at J. Comic. 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"marlon" Discussed on Strong Black Legends
"Today we're talking to actor comedian. Youngest writer what else do you want to put in. Produce produce the youngest of ten hop lack acas x pop locker. I knew it will break down. Terrible Break Mama's favorite Mama's favorite. Don't tell my brothers Marlon Wayans model. That's what it says on the Kapiti but they lie and so I mentioned you at a youngest. And we're GONNA start with that talk with my boys. I needed a strong lead to give me back into. Let's see what has an awesome near Anthony Mackie so I was with two anthonys and we were just at some casino gambling and drinking eh regrets about thousand dollars worth of regrets a loss. I was doing good. I was up. I was feeling myself ourselves in and then straight to kill his hit me and I started playing three hundred thousand dollars in three hands. I was done four hundred with me. I may come up and gave it all back. Well that's what they moral to a story is don't play blackjack and drink to kill it the same now hang out with two. Oh Anthony was any wanted to manage. These won't be back to my room. At least black. Falcon Falcon was gonNA take me in flying meeting room. I understand black ish. You know he's going to be morally correct and take my role but he left me. I was like I f you wish and then the other news superhero denies marvel check. And you can even take me back to my room and make sure I was saying but I'm here to tell the story. Did you come straight from the party. The news hour is this like Frequent thing and that's why is hitting you exactly so you currently like this is is just. I just wrapped the movie in New York with Sophia Coppola Bill Murray Jones and I house so straight away. I didn't drink. I was working out every day. I'll feel more cellphone romantic lead. And then when they said it's a rap I got on on a plane came here landed and I met up with Anthony Anderson Anthony Mackie and I regret sick of that meeting eating so now we know what Marlin is coming from left to deny and was near two is remember denies was there. I'm known Dirksen. It was eleven. He's trying to get me drunk on. I'm GonNa get you sucker set and I said I'm too young and last night. He got me drunk. It was forty years that he been telling me. Billion drunk drunk people trying to get drunk and eleven I mean he was on the Boogie down productions which is BP. I grew up on sets because my brother's been producing reducing directing movies. Since I was eleven years old and I'm brother Keenen sent me the script. Tom Get your soccer. I was ten. I read it on the bed and I laughed out loud a damn near pissed myself and that was the day that I said I wanted to be a writer because I I didn't know words. Words can make you laugh like that. That was their became writer. So you already had your brothers in the business but you still went to performing arts schools. I feel like some people would be like well. I I don't need to go beyond anything already. Got In and you decided to learn the crab you really wanted when you coming up behind giants you get your stuff together. I mean I. I was raised in a house with legends. I want to be one or even walking those footprints study center. That big. You know. It's a lot trying to not live up to two who they are. But there's a lot trying to carve out who you are when you're raised in a family full of comedic giants everybody's buddies funny and talented. Everybody's what's in the water. You guys team. I don't know lots of jokes. But here's the thing for me I I never you want to do. Stand up comedy because I always felt like what do I have to offer when you do. Stand up and talk about your life and you talk about your childhood and I'm like well this describe of the Comedians in my family. But it's come up. I ain't GonNa have no stories lift. They going to tell them. The story that turns out. It's not true what happens. Is You find your voice voice. I started doing standup about eighteen years ago. I found that I got my own stories my own development email. All Wayne's is my experience is different than everybody Elsa experience and so I did no. I always wanted to be in the industry so at a young age I was prepared. I wanted to be an active before. I see my brothers do do it like before I saw a TV. I was already doing Peter Pan in the second grade. Play I was you know Casey at the Bat my first grade play. I always knew this was something I wanted to be. I actually turned down the role of Oliver Twist in the fourth grade. Because I felt like it was degrading I was like. I don't WanNA asking arsenault. I turned down the mall. My teachers was begging me. You Mr Burns. You have to be in the most fabulous acting school. I'm sitting here. No it's degrading. This must be chicken. George I'm afraid I'm GonNa have to pass. And then they often beginning. I said No. I'll do it but I'm not GonNa Play Alba Twist I'm GonNa play the villain that's warm. We'll play and I wore out because I was funny but I was dark and I didn't give in a let Joe Joe callaway play Oliver Twist and he was a little guy and he had his bar between his legs and he used to walk like this. And so me being Mr Bumble and be able to push him around he actually made a better oliver. Twist denied because Albatross is supposed to be so bad oliver so we instantly feel bad for dude. What what an arbitrary between his legs? I feel bad for my times. I wanted to push them on a slide. But I put the Rod between his legs you you always knew. I wanted to be an actor. What happened that you were like? I'm ready to style at stand up now after thinking for so long that you were going to have anything to say. I told I just didn't WanNa do it because nothing happened. I didn't want to be like my brothers. I always wanted to be me. I love them and when I was younger I wanted to be but as I got older I wanted to have my own path to success so I wanted to be the actor of the family. I did stand up early in my career like in seventeen nineteen. I did it like sixty times. Chris Rock heckled me. I quit. He's an asshole for that. I'm we'll go ahead next Hekla hill violation so I quit. I didn't do it again until I I Did a movie called behind the smile that my brother Damon directed and it's about comedian so I started doing stand up because I had to do that. Role it it was a great movie. He never released it. I don't know why. But he has my Oscar in a closet somewhere in his house so after that I understand it began and then out auditioned for the role of prior and the actor in me brought me to the stage. Because if I'm GonNa play Richard Pryor then I better get my black ass on stage if you're gonNA play the greatest comedian Evelyn. Then you better get your comedy game up so I started doing stand up and I had got the role and then it went away and Richard Pryor role. I don't know it goes to be me my gaps. Damon was was doing at one point and he was doing. I think Kevin's up for it. Now look like a look like he's does not close the job. Richard Pryor is such a thing onto himself that it's been hard to find somebody that no. I think that industry is this a hard movie to make a lot of going on with the rights and the creative. So you know. I don't know what's going on with the movie but I know I believe in Alchemy and I believe in God. Does things for a reason me growing up. I ll is Richard Pryor that brought me to the stage and ever since I started doing comedy. I've found that that I didn't want to play a great. I WanNa be a great and so now. I'm doing standup every weekend. I did my first special. I'm ready from my next one. I know on my next two or three are going to be now. I'm working.
"marlon" Discussed on Dead Celebrity
"Around the nation and has worked on revisions legislations which affect people with disabilities in North Carolina. Thanks for joining us. Thanks thanks for having me so. The subject of today's episode is legendary actor in Hollywood icon Marlon Brando. Whether it be is a young honk. Industry named desire is now highly controversial performance in last tango in Paris or his Oscar winning role in the Godfather. Brenda was interesting. Presence who commanded demanded the audience's attention sadly aged the legendary actors behavior became increasingly erratic for instance during the infamously fraught filming of Nineteen Ninety. Six is the island of Dr Moreau which was one of his final films. Brando's titular character appears several times wearing this odd tubular bula metallic hats. That hat was actually a metal. Ice Bucket of the actor would occasionally just showed the set wearing on his head and he would refuse to remove it so the director urged to film him while he wore and they were they wrap like a piece of cloth around to make it look like at that he was eventually diagnosed with dementia. Really shouldn't have come. As much of a US. Brando's estate has been the subject of dozens of lawsuits since his death in two thousand and four eighty years of age and many of these suits centered on the lack of clarity surrounding his true intentions as expressed in his will and trust which he did have in the weeks preceding. His death. Brando is so paranoid that he refused to leave his bedroom. mm-hmm demanded that it'd be padlocked night. He was apparently very worried that someone would sneak into steal a buttons off his shirt while he slept yet despite his clearly deteriorating a two rating mental capacity brandis under an amendment to his will thirteen days before his death. The new will place his personal assistant. A fifty years and his business manjoo forty years with new executors. Despite accusations of lack of competence elder abuse and forgery Brando's new executives have kept tight control over his estate image and legacy have been very aggressively litigious suing everyone from a furniture company. That was selling a brand new chair to Madonna. For using his imaging a concert the executives also cut a deal involving a private island Brando owned in the South Pacific because of course you private island and allowed it to be turned into a resort art with a brand would have wanted his private island to commercialize. This way is but one of many questions asked by those close to the star who has since sued his estate alleging. Judging these actors have an unknown Tensions including a number of supposed verbal promises of cash and property. He allegedly made several close confidants veracity city. These claims is very difficult to parse largely because of the very saint loss of capacity that allowed Brando to potentially be taken advantage of in the first place. The loss awesome capacity be it through dementia or some other means is a very real threat to basically all of our clients Particularly those who are getting up there in age so let's start with the very basics. What are some signs that advisers can look forward to determine if their clients may be experiencing some loss of capacity? Well that's a great question and and Unfortunately your adviser isn't they're not sitting at home with the client so you some of the things like you mentioned about padlocking the bedroom at night at advisors not going to necessarily know about that on the other hand if you have had a long standing relationship with the client and they always do x Y Z and then all of a sudden you're getting a cold out of the blue that changes the pattern in which they're acting that's a good sign unless there's some sort of logical no reason behind it forgetting appointments. That's a pretty common one or showing up days and times. That are unexpected. Those are things that are are pretty easy for an advisor to see it's challenging because it they're often legitimate reasons why somebody without Cognitive impairment would do that on the other hand. You WanNa look for frequency and not having legitimate reasons as signs that made me you should be scratching your head a little little bit and thinking a little bit more about the reasoning behind. What's happening or why the client is Acting that way And phone phone calls for a client is repeating themselves or you have a conversation and then they call again the next day and you're having the same conversation again and then you have a week later dots another other indicator that made me. Something's going on that requires a little bit more and investigation. And so if you start to notice these these things you know some of these. You know repeatedly missing meetings normally sort of prompt client missing meetings all of a sudden or as you mentioned the strange phone calls else. What's the first step that you take? This is sort of a very difficult. Obviously on subject to broach with client. What do you do I right? It's never we're good idea to say. Hey I think you have dementia mixed this That's not a good approach. Not GonNa get you very far. Hopefully the client has given you you either a protected party or somebody that you can share information with that you might people to call and say. Hey I've noticed some behavioral. That's a little bit unusual and I and I think maybe we need conversation Ideally or if the client's has a power of attorney you're in its immediately effective. Dan that may be somebody to reach out to to say. Hey I have some concerns or maybe just getting the client in themselves and instead of saying hey I think you have dementia. Hey I've noticed some things that are a little bit unusual and I'm concerned I don't want you to make any decisions that are harmful to you. Can we talk about. Aw We want to handle this. Or what direction do you want me to follow because just having some mild cognitive impairment or dementia does not mean that somebody is incapable of managing their own affairs. And it's very important to maintain a normal relationship to the extent you can with a client and to provide them with the respect that they they deserve but at the same time. You WanNa make sure. They're protected so that they don't call and tell you to liquidate some huge portfolio to the tune of Huge capital gain without having thought through this alway very important You brought up that if you could like you to expand on a little bit. This idea idea of some loss of mental capacity is not complete loss of capacity sort of a fine line. There between someone who maybe is deteriorating are losing a little bit and and someone who is not capable of making decisions right Very interesting at Ito almost situational what decisions they have the ability to make So so being forgetful and on forgetting that they have just met with the advisor their portfolio last week and they want to review it again that in itself it is a recent to say they don't have capacity but when they start making decisions directions that are very you obviously in not in their best interest or very obviously bad decisions. That's when it's time to start worrying and seeing if you can get somebody somebody else. Family member friend trusted adviser involved in order to make sure that they don't make decisions that are harmful to them. And what you really want to look for a change because it people make bad decisions all the time right and has nothing to do with dementia. They're just making poor choices. But if you have a client that's made very very intelligent. Well thought out decisions entire life and then all of a sudden direction to do something. That's just outrageous. That's a problem. I think it's important to sort of keep an even keel when you're sort of judging your clients or there's a an old adage amongst financial advisers sort of that like Poor people are crazy but wealthy. People are just eccentric the more money someone has the more willing. We often or to overlook some I guess for lack of better and Cockamamie behavior around as we see what brand alright Brando people were just like. Oh it's just so difficult and nearly as you know they thought he was just like a you know an Prima Donna actor which to a certain extent it probably probably was but also to a certain extent you. It's clearly you know mentally ill. So it's important to keep these things in mind that all clients need to be treated equally and you have to keep an even keel. You'll judgment about what's really going on with them absolutely and if a client wants to call you every day to talk about what's going on with their portfolio or whatever you're working on them and it's a big client and it's just because they forgot that you had the conversation the day before what's the harm and taking that phone call other than yes. I understand that they're certainly timing ball but if they're really good clients usually. We're happy to accommodate that and that that doesn't mean that you need to make any changes. That in itself is an indication of some kind of impairment. But yet there's no harm in taking the Fogo so once you notice and say unfortunately you noticed some of these cognitive impairments in your clients. Is there a point. I mean obviously kind of is illegal concern as well in terms of trying to add to planner create new documents. Where's the cutoff between it? Being almost true late to sort of try to add new things the person that's too far gone if you haven't already prepared enough for well so having capacity is always illegal goal termination. It's not necessarily a medical determination. Will the lawyers will often look to Physicians in Neuro Psychiatrist or psychologist to help determine Herman whether or not somebody has capacity If the client is clearly unaware of who they are where they are day in time who their children are you you know the fact that they have an IRA a roth. IRA in an investment account irregular brokerage account. Okay that's an indicator that they're not capable of making informed decisions and then it's probably too late to do anything although you if they have a power of attorney WanNa take a look at the turn turney in perhaps the agent under the attorney can make decisions if there is no financial power of attorney. No person that you have the ability to reach out and communicate with about the client because we do have privacy rules in place Then there are usually Salihi Government agencies that you can call to report on concerns about abuse elder abuse and I use that term elder abuse abuse exploitation and neglect and that neglects can even be self neglect. And when you report than there are procedures in place as to help. Make sure that that person's protected for our listeners will include some of those links to those government agencies in the show notes if you check the for just pitch ideally when clients. I come to you and you're starting a relationship encouraging them to work with a competent estate estate. Planning Attorney to make sure that they have something in place is really important. I br C prevention and forethought rather than reaction in at a time when it may be too late but I realize it's not always possible kind of actually preempted my next question here a little bit this. This is a challenge that all clients kind of face down right especially as you know alone jeopardy becomes more of a danger which was a weird way to to think about it but you know the clients live longer and longer you know. There's the chance that most people are going to have some sort of of loss of mental capacity of some level at some point. So how much of preventative plenty of talking with his power of attorneys things like that should just become standard practices for all clients regardless.
"marlon" Discussed on The Science Show
"Which is already in very good shape ecologically, but like most Pacific islands and many other places. It has invasive species and invasive species are very very effective on small islands. And there's a lot of native wildlife to protect a well preserved lagoon giant land crabs and nesting seabirds. You can occasionally here calling across the atoll. According to Frank Murphy, the research and conservation work underway. Here is what Marlon Brando wanted to see happening on Titi Aurora, moral Brando came to eighty in the early sixties to film, the movie the mutiny on the bounty. Out of this ship him nothing. You've given us come on by. And so he was TD quite a long time over a year. And during that time he heard about oh, and he had somebody bring him out by fishing boat to see it was a rough rough passage and he saw the island, and he just fell in love with it. He was able to get the whole island. He he got permission from the French government to buy it, which was unusual for American to be able to buy property like that here is planned for the island was to have a place where tourists came both luxury tourists and not luxury, and they paid to be here. And that funding was used to support scientific research and education programs, Marlon Brando. Also wanted this resort to operate sustainably. But combining luxury research and sustainability was a toll order, especially given Ted Hierro is extreme isolation. He's early attempts went hugely successful. So brand new. Pothead with Richard Bailey. The CEO of the resort company Pacific beach karma to come up with a plan. I think Marlin discovered all the problems that our planet faces today, many of them by purchasing this island on trying and failing to do something sustainable here. And we met in nineteen ninety nine undiscussed models that would be both sustainable and profitable. A decade after Brando died. Bailey opened the brand new resort on the island. It's a popular.
"marlon" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"And this is kind of this sort of revolutionary thing of like this whole turn in Japan for women. Basically what had happened was in nineteen thirty-one Japan had invaded China and a lot of people point to like the the Chinese people felt kind of vulnerable for the first time. So you seeing this like their land got occupied like just taken away by China. China was like coming in. We're killing people were taking away land. So there's kind of this idea that may be like because of the times of our change in people are feeling vulnerable like men are expressing their emotions in cinema expressing them through women who are struggling, and there's this whole John or that's created of the suffering woman. China. It's all these stories of very modern women, very modern like it'll be like a movie about a woman who's a mother who's has a hover board. Vaping starts dabbing. A lot of supreme. It's like women like dealing with abusive men, basically genre confronting that. Like, well, if you're a secretary at this phone operating service, you know, like you're probably being abused by your boss. Okay. Yeah. And it's not like this stuff kind of was popular especially with women at the time, but became more popular after the deaths of all these people like it kind of went a little unnoticed sense like it was popular enough. But like, I don't know it wasn't like the number one thing. But it with enough that like, you know, hundreds of thousands of people wanted to show up to her funeral like they really identified with the characters. She was putting on screen. Well, that's fucking incredible man. Yeah. I mean, she basically fucking nineteen twenties and thirties. Yeah. Exactly. That's crazy. This is insane. Ah in China the country. Well, dude, so everyone talks about like modern acting right at the start of Marlon Brando with like he gave a naturalistic realistic performance. Even though sometimes he's like kind of off the rails. She's credited as like the Marlon Brando like a couple decades previous because she's in the silent film era, and I've seen the footage like the way she moves across the screen. And I know that sounds simplistic, but it's actually incredible to watch. It is literally like watching you walk in the room. Sit down natural is so natural. And so like. Uninhibited and the way, you know, if you were looking at actors in western society at the same time, they would have been so dramatic and like blinking ton. And be like, I love you. It was like way overblown, and she was doing like Marlon Brando. Like, I'm gonna walk across the room. You're going to watch. This tracking shot of me. I'm a prostitute. My life is low I'm in a bad situation. This is like serious like cinema. That's trying to be as realistic as possible. And he sued by the way, have you seen Marlon Brando in the godfather? Ooh. A gangster. Okay. Wow. That's cool. Yeah. That makes me really wanna watch her movies. Honestly, what clued me into this was documentary series called the story of film, which I have right there. This documentary series? That's clued me into Florence Lawrence. Okay. Cool. Yeah. It's it's a really good documentary series. And what I like about it is that in this. And I would recommend this to anybody who's into film at all this is really a documentary series as focuses on like editing and kind of like the law stories of Hollywood, and like really interesting stuff and the one thing they don't do is. They're kind of like, and and then goodfellas happened and everybody was like what? Focus on like look at this shot. Oh, cool thing this you didn't see replicated until like forty years later. Oh doing this. Yeah. So it's like that's great pretty pretty interesting. And so it kind of clued me into like this performance, she's giving and also like there's this huge influx of fairy feminist directors inside of like Asian cinema at the time with a lot of female directors. No interesting..
"marlon" Discussed on Filmhaus
"What the muggy the monkey of the uh the dog probably has the runin during the filming monkeys just thinking like i hope this gone does it try and go ahead throw i think they shot it off split screen 'cause that monkey would have killed that made it to save england marlon brando a lot of shots or the monkeys straight up he is i know i know i know monkeys hyunchul little he's just lack which are wondering full they tied him they tell you a fullstrength the same mike you from the ballgame anything else green poll up the lead what is this bard is this still oh god uh anyway but yeah so that in jaffna so the the dad comes back yes right now at this point the family is upset with him and there are you missed a bunch of stuff by away but still a canon with smiles it's like a mormon fairminded just like they just won't they're going to be so nice little it's also great very much more minutes my favorite part is that these like it's okay i'm home now will spend some time together and then ratzenberger goes we gotta signing and he's like scum the guy the guy amis sorry i gotta go and he gets in the car and then he gets a text from his wife which is the most passes regrets she said the material executive happy anniversary heart heart heart and he goes he looks at the winner at heritage hall.
"marlon" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"One your euro too far even though he had a jo did you give already ada turnaround and give it flowers in the morning but yet we got a problem with this i guess the only question is was he fucking fine marlon brando osy fucking fat marlon brando light let us go got away with marlon brazil's hospitalized media a father brando was was just he was puk an all of hollywood come out so i was saying at year i'm alan bar marlon brando all or like acting mayor ethnic bear marlon brando was also very attractive swelling the gop are the brand that could be you know right but he was vaguely that in the island of dr moreau that was like wet late night i was not one of those around pastel yeah he was cool until i 85 there are still a lotta okay you crazy when gunfire marlon brando yard just winds easel kamala yeah edison ingles i i feel like marlon brando's desire like on me why not says look what else your eyes misleading made that you actually marth all right on but yes the ugly hit i know utah mafai modern brando hail may not know is the fake but that page obama going around all gorade up i know is you know is not real yali some hearing is not real but i would i also like to make things even strong after my god latest though that obama k his beer duncan may not on me like that's the key then go now.
"marlon" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Uh so this email is about some news that just dropped a believe maybe yesterday and let me pose a millsap operate here because maher new big fan of this man prints beck bennett insincere super bowl problem beckley dare you oh okay so somebody somebody ran their mouth today yesterday he disley oh i said i got nothing to lose i got my money om ozone give a fuck uh justin ak ram mexico a really hope you had a chance to reassess days amazing jaw dropping no folks given tell all interview from the legendary quincy jones that he gave to vulture he stood all the damti and europeans what was the most surprising reveal that quincy put out there he's the list choose from michael jackson was greedy machiavellian in store the artis music he thinks the young beatles were the worst musicians in the world modern brandon had sex richard prior james baldwin m marvin gaye arlen brando marlon brando marlon brando jaipur hour of mont marlon brandon i'll i'll be going to go to more up marlon brando marlon brando he dated a bunker trump trump's daughter twelve years ago and he also knows who really killed jfk he says the chicago mafia deathbed add onto say odyssey like matter of fact he's like yo which a prophet marlon brando you like brasilia music that is not exaggerate said the whole day it so what you tell us about avail much titas being spilled the beans copy and created i mean he basically hit the highlights right here.
"marlon" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"If it is a girl she'll be the essence of everything that's good and beautiful in eu of hey i love the beautiful story they broke up shortly thereafter but it's a beautiful story to carry you drew your broken childhood yes and in the moment read it you if his view as the center i guess so i mean you know the stories i've been told as they met in a disco like it's so 70s they were probably high yeah i don't know what they were janja i but yeah so i don't know he may have gotten in from the magazine because the magazine existed for a year before i was born so oh to and from new york i am from new york news new was here very possible we're going to take that deliver yes but urinetown you promoting of a new show marlin marlin by love it nbc lanes yeah we are premiering on august sixteen on nbc at nine and 930 after america's got talent the live results show so we have like a wonderful like you you go y'all we got a great boost from the network so we're really excited about that but what i you know what i love is i love him and and i love this story in this story is extracted from his real life so marlin himself is the the show is about a newly divorced couple coparenting and marlin himself it does co parent with his acts and they were together for a really long time and now they're like kind of strangely close but at the same time you know there's all these kind of things you have to work out when you don't live in the same housing you have kids in you parent in very different ways and marlins marlins whether marlon we're talking about the marlon on the tv show or the real marla they're both inappropriate of that and you know you deal with that and god lover angela's been dealing with that for seventeen years and now i'm dealing with it fictitiously um so yes and that's what the shows about it's about family but it's just it's a modern take you know we're not clarin cliff we are to people who were together.
"marlon" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"But i i love comedy 'cause it's so hard to do to put a smile on somebody's face consistently but ninety minutes one of the hardest things overdue but now finding the mix in the blend i think you know a find ma niche of what i can do is which is you know tell good stories m don't be afraid to be the leading man but same time you can still be incredibly used eriko and crazy as long as the situation allows you to be that way you can get crazy but has come from the ground place and so that's what i've learnt and um um same thing my tv show marlon uh comes on august 16th on nbc was great about the show is family sitcom about a inappropriate divorce dead who's just try to keep his tummy gather animus of a divorce and what you find is that the show is really funny as the father crazy sale as the exboyfriend off the hook but as the person is something very sweet about him and you go he's flawed but he sweet and you get the have these moments where you peel away the layers when onion and you go i i kinda get why is that way but man and you root for their relationship the although there broken up they got some on yeah they get along great and you you go pint tainted catha nest the drama you want like oh it's like salmon diane from cheers willie get together or or are they not going to get together that relationship it is really is a romantic comedy in and so i was telling charlie 'cause i've watched like three episodes so far and shuttle to have an in on the plane assault on the clean as we saw three now just one on the plane on america i wish i could extra check for the airlines it a regular airline check these are the right question i but i was so recalled i find that about because we were talking as an academic last week or the podcast and she you know she said for her was a marion of our own light.
"marlon" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"It was really hard which is why we needed a laugh yen and that's why when marlon way of like hey gonna come out your park as we would like afteo mother fucking us please we need it i mean it was just an honor up in here needed the laughter the fact that he wants to and you he'll tell you about it but the fact that he's trying to create more positive images of what's really happening in black families like a blackish and trying to create that for us and fell when you're talking about it jump in his own his cute assets in the movie naked on that looks were i'm just gonna put it out there merlin how you doing mecca professional yesterday but are you doing all right let's get in i love with answered about the dierickx case charlotte hikaru we have a gentleman in the building we do here yes karl one of my faith yes he larry's have so many received so many was alarmed the girl i'm ruling family all you do welcome love affair we go girls of doda says it'll be eyes with all behave and all the effort goal was goosen's whose yamaha were younis hang sources we all yashin assume black friends walk of dudayev girl welcome welcome thank you i feel like i know you personally because i just watch naked the knin really really person really really hurt i feel we are now people look at me word yeah i feel i feel naked now i think about the after effects of doing this uh this movie it's an awful lot geico it takes aiming to do anything on but all sheriff did you rave but i have to know army for women we do this but did you have to get did you want to get your body right did you wanna i mean you are he's kind of its you know nice cut do but no i i i you know i don't just walk railway.
"marlon" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"Throwing a thought the podcast today by saying spins seat though nn men only a of every require it is everywhere have free wear it broke from records aren't it did according to billboard it is tied for the second longest leading hot one hundred number one of all time and car to be tops optin but we gonna get and we're going to live out but first we have an exciting xu bud we are a little sad yonder still a vacation you guys know you you'll have on vacation along as in the motherland okay let's weekly living her bath live with her family with her family i love she took everybody yulon is from johannesburg joe bird okay okay so she's in south africa right now but she demotic us she did not take us in little upset and i'm living there to her ig because i saw that she's watching south african reality show he has and she's i'm she's doing all these cultural experiences and toys a museum on my girl came to i could fit in her bag i'm convinced exactly with the right maneuvering i could have you lined up please they could make that i have yet to travel to add to africa any part of africa and i just feel i don't feel whole enemy method my bucket with but i have to tell you my experience when i first went to ghana wasn't great i know my people you are i know i as i did that of is gun i love you know so am i made by my best friends who can instilling stop and like me yes uh but yes who is on the show this week marlon weighins and essence accoions yet they are both in this great new sitcom which is wholly larest called marlin marlin nba the emir last night.