14 Burst results for "Mary Ed"
"mary ed" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"I don't think you're going to be getting a lot of people complaining about getting palmeri. You know from the devils they got travis zajac. Who really hasn't done much. He's got one assist in five playoff games. He's missed half of them. Not due to injury or anything other than lack of performance. But when you look at kyle. Mary who suited up for all ten playoff games. He scored five playoff goals including two in the first game against the penguins to really set the tone. He's had a couple of other really well-timed goals where they've needed him. He's a plus five aside from the fact that he's got seven points. Five goals two assists through ten games. So you know what you want about. Lou lamoriello the the islanders general manager. He went out there and he might have paid a premium price. You know he might have given a first round pick. A lot of people didn't want to give up just like he did for. Jj last year by the way ten points ten playoff games this year. He's appointed game player. Three goals seven assists plus six. I think that paid off to especially with the The contract they gave him. But kyle palmeri has out and has been a key player for the islanders in this playoffs. And if they're gonna keep going and they're going to move on to the conference final and dare. I say it a stanley cup. Final appearance kyle. Mary's guys that's going to have to play a big role in that He's he's a playoff tested Veteran he's a guy that you can depend on and he's a guy. The islanders have have definitely leaned on at times You know brock nelson really sitting up there but but you know to kyle. Mary ed's leadership where they lost it by losing a guy like lee. You know the captain Who it's you know when he got hurt..
"mary ed" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Right. So I pulled the question. Would you rather eat sushi off of cap or your co You can vote on today's Would you rather Yeah, I know. And you cannot tweet me back and say no, either, or, yeah. You could abstain in that vote. You have to finish the meal like no, You have to have a piece of sushi. That's it. There's just one. You know, I saw yesterday to what's his face. Who's the guy? The business guy used to work for ESPN? Who's near and Ravel. Darren Rivelle. Did you see this? Because he guaranteed that Cleveland wouldn't go into Tennessee and score more than 24 points or something like that. Not see this, so he had the dog food. A deal, right? Yeah, And and so he had, and he had the Paul Newman dog food. Really? And so he took a spoonful of it, and he starts throwing up on camera. I mean, I think it was that letter. Is it wet or dry dog food? It was in the can. So it's the West. What s so wet, But it's not really messy. It's still And here's my question. What Would that make you throw up? I mean, it is chicken and real stuff. And well, I think it depends on like how it's seen Scratching. Your stomach is like I got itchy and scratchy bala issues, But my stomach's not that bad terms of I'm not prone to puke Ng. I'm prone to sitting down for an extended period of time, but I'm not a puke er on that hill food. It's still head of this is my dog's Got God had bladder. Had bladder. Not sis. But whatever shit bladder stones so way to bring us down. No, no, no. No. But wait a second. She had bladder stones when she was like three, So we had to have her. We had a had a surgery for her. She's she's fine. She's great. She's 11. She bites every now and again, but she's she's I love her. But ever since you've got a buyer, special food, otherwise you're going to get bladder start. She's gonna get bladder stones again and So you know, I mean, the food for her is really It's expensive. So my guess is if I had to sit down and eat it, it better taste good. We're not good, but be it for me. Keep it down. My dog was having stomach problems. We said hey, should we be giving her chicken and rice and my way get a special food and her? That's her food's just chicken and rice, right? Just Mac. That's right. So it's just but it looks like a Jell O. You know, parties are gelatin like that. I think it was more mind over matter thing, and he cites himself out. I get it. It is food. It's not like what's his gold hammer? And who was the guy a poop? Right? Right. He poop, but it originated from Philly. Didn't that originally happen in the guy Who's And he originally say that he would, which happened first. Was it Goldhammer in Cleveland, eating the poop? Or was it the guy in Philly? Who said that? If the Eagles won the Super Bowl, he would be Pope. Hope I don't look, I think maybe was a fan of the parade or something. That a horse poop. Yeah, Yeah, It was just a drunk Philadelphia fans after the celebration videos where the guy just gets down, and for some reason, they're like, eat it. Hey, he eats the poop flinging off a bad so Goldhammer then said he would do it if they drafted Baker Mayfield, like I would puke over that. I don't think I don't think one spoonful of Paul Newman's dog food. Wouldn't make me want to puke. Especially that was hungry. No, I don't think I don't think it's a hungry issue. No, I just think it's a matter of whether or not that makes you get you Never had one of your try to dog biscuit before. Yeah, that's different. I could eat a dog biscuit right now. Like that, But don't let it probably fix you up. That's probably the wet food, though there is a certain amount of grossness to it. It's a consistency. Consistency thing. Yeah. Do you like cranberry sauce? Cranberry sauce makes me like it's like a lamb Berries. Or, like the kid like you opened up to can you turn it over and it comes out in this big gel? No, that's kind of what the dog food looks like. Yeah, you don't like what else don't you like, cause you get psyched out by it? I know you don't like male, but there's another food. Pumpkin pie, Right? Yeah. Looks won't need it area it does. I'm sorry. Like my dog does that in the neighbor's yard. I clean it up, but Sometimes that's not but no, I It's not a neighbor chard. It's It's actually like a forest thing. It's not a neighbor's yard. It's the city jock, but, um, take that like for but I can't. I can't. I can't look at pumpkin pie. It makes me sick. All right, just to reset If you want to weigh in on this be our guest 2332377 sex. We're guests free to for the entire five o'clock hour, so canceled on us because of the conversations. We've had plenty of phone calls to be had right here. If you want to get in talk bears. The White Sox made some big moves. Today. They traded for a starter, and Lance Lynn. They signed Adam Eaton again Do a one year deal will be their starter and right field, right? Yes, he'll be the right field starter. There's still according to truck are fine, interested in others in possibly adding Michael Brantly. Another picture could be coming too. So we want to play you the interview that Adam Eaton had on this show on the station today and hung up or at least ended the interview early with Carmen in your coat. Here's what I'm pissed about, though, so we were talking about the Houston Texan. Going to this group of people to help their owner again. A lot of these football owners know nothing about football. They're just rich people who have You know, and again, This is the thing to make. Their family was in the energy business. Right? So I think that they are very knowledgeable energy family, but football, maybe not so much. And then the so Bob McNair may have learned. But now this is the sun running the team. Right. So this is a lot like the McCaskey's, where George Palace played in George Palace was an athlete and George House founded the league. And George House coach for all those years, he knew football. He was a football guy. Maybe he was the original football guy, right, So he's a football guy. But then Virginia Mary's Ed, and then it becomes, And then there's I think there was a falling out of mugs. He died or something. And then the team was left to the McCaskey side of the family. And now the McCaskey's have been running it and they're not a football family. And Michael certainly wasn't in. Michael screwed things up so badly that they decided to pull it away from the family and make Ted the president and then Ted is kept the president's role. But now George has has taken over, quote running everything at the tip tip top here. So it's a football family that doesn't know football. So the point is here with a tax in another family that doesn't know football. They're putting together consulting group that includes RC Buford of the San Antonio Spurs. He's their CEO. He's run things is there general manager for many years. With pop, and they've won championships in San Antonio. In basketball. They've hired Tony Dungy, former player, former coach Jimmy Johnson Hall of Fame coach Rod Graves. Long time front office Guy and Andrew Johnson, one of the ring of honor players, So a group in all shapes and sizes, they want to turn over every stone. And I said, My four I tweeted out. Here's my four. Theo Epstein, Peyton Manning, Mike Shanahan and Bill Polian..
"mary ed" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America
"You couldn't hear that she'd been a teacher at Texas am and been a math teacher and done all these things but it didn't take too long figure out that as ZIG zagged and press the right button and get Dr Martin case in back in the mix to explain what she does in her work educating other educators about the concepts of progressive and diverse thinking in education and hip hop ED. Here's Dr Marty case. Seating in also. Teacher for. Introductory course. Pre, service teachers like Mary Ed and give the ability to our program. In a investor actually took on a couple of courses, they gave me for alternatives. For Alternative, Sorry Stadium Alternative Patient Okay all right. We've followed you for a long time. We've been kind of crossing paths online. We've been dealing with hip hop, ed movement and You know shouts to the entire. Hashtag. Hip Hop ed footer shot that happens Tuesday nights nine o'clock eastern and everyone affiliated with that had some people on this show that have been kinda surrounding involved in that as you have very actively been participating. First of all, how did you first get involved in sort of? The idea of incorporating hip hop as an educational tool as educational intersection, where did that I come about for you? In the first my career time, dowse? Icy. And but I grew up very in a very rules district all white school district. So stepping into wall being a teacher at outside seem Siri different. So. I didn't I don't feel like I did very well in the career I was very prepared given the program I was in. And So Dan out my second masters degree that I got was actually through Ut Austin. I went into a program to be in leadership. And but it was it was focused. It was centered around urban education. So. This is where I started to really get into and learn how to talk about race talk about. And get into those conversations in what they really mad in education at how that impacted. The closer. Then, I got certified to be principal in a very quickly decided to really wasn't ashes mathematics more passion so That's often. said, he's in like Abba meta-analysis out that looks at. Research in numeracy development. Do numerous the interventions, the children when they're young and how that can really impact. Their mathematics learning. So Max earlier Ashton in how we teach nice and then when I went on to get my doctorate. Degree I wanted to look at. African, American, achievement it affects. That's that's where we look at the data. That's where we're always seeing Were aggregating the data you have helped. In Dallas, we had mostly Hispanics within some African American population. Very, few White Students, DALLAS? So. But it's looking at. Hawaii. One is the data look the way today deaths right in. So when I went to get my doctorate, that's what I wanted to study, and then I found bed in actually actually hypothesis through Gloria license. Glad met her at a conference in Canada. and. Watch a office she did HIP HOP INFO And she mentioned the hypothesis chatting. So I started chatting online getting involved in that in a very quickly in in our read an article, several articles about impoverished patient him pedagogy. I started to think about all students that I saw this in when they talked about hip hop identity students got really excited because I was like are the students that I saw these businesses their identity. In..
"mary ed" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"I know. You'll love him. He's the most amazing human being really. Is You know for someone to achieve what is achieved and still being amazing person and to be doing what he's doing he's always been. I always gauging of how are people are two kids my kids and he has been so kind to my kids over the years. It's you know it's great to see him great to see him back. I know I know I missed him. He's he's a good guy and now you've probably just found fast. Didn't listen to that I'm back. It's Andy goode high bands to know that I love you and I want you to be safe during this corona virus scare and just remember I'm in your heart and your mind you know. That's a beautiful bar cringe. It's a beautiful sentiment and it brings up a really good point that there's there's a lot of information going out around the current a virus and also a lot of misinformation. There is leading to an incredible moment. This is the best that happened this morning with Andy last night. Who's going to tell us? Okay remember it I will never ever forget it. Oh so andy. And I are both native New Yorkers. We grew up on the island manhasset. I've never mentioned it. We've never met. Let me guess the street Park Avenue would be me but come on? You know the silver spoon but we get Andy's Andy's mother one is zero is still living in the apartment that Andy grew up in and my brother is all Jamie Jamie's just a couple of options with the corona virus. I'm worried right. And so our Allen so Alemanno Kaelin Kaelin who we love. Kaelin sent Andy. Text a text of a tweet announcing saying no not tweet. No it was just text. Yeah just at Ted Breaking New York City. Subways are all closed down but they will only close one at a time. Something Click on the attached Matt Map for the latest details right and then it said something. We need everyone to be careful and Please stay it look very official. So let's just unpack this for a second but right actually was okay. I saw the texts on these phone. Andy then forwarded the texts to us. It did not look at all official. Okay it's not a tweet. It's not it's just words with a link and then more words but that's the word sound like they're in for nine hundred and ninety nine people out of a thousand would do what I mary. Well the click on the link. Yet you WANNA know he wanted to you know. Let me explain thing Kaelin Allen. Who's been nothing but sweet nice to me. I'm thanking. He knows that my family is there. So I'm just GonNa cut and paste this whole thing explaining that you're not going to check it Kaelin's Nelson to my brother and my link here just going to send it to a minute of sending it to my brother and my mother my mother rights E E K and I go what. Subways grossed out by the subway. And then it's even on the TV. You can't take a joke in turn on me and then. Jamie my brother goes. Lol this is awesome and my mother then writes this is your distributing pornography. You're distributing pornography. What is she talking about? So then he finally after all that and he goes. Oh I better on what I just sent them and when you click on it. There is a man there naked with one of the largest dependable edge of bed. It's literally hanging over the edge of the. Oh my goodness I sent this to my eighty one year old mother out of concern and my brother that subways are closing in news. It was it. Would you say it was the largest appendage ever sent to your mother and and this all happened what I need to say here. Is this all happened with Mary? Ed and Kevin in the room so in real time it was so they're watching me freak. God losing my mind you know. There's not a lot of great news these days. There's a lot of like there's just. It's not a lot of great news. I'm telling you the laughter that happen your poor mother really. I was on my podcast to convey to listeners. The amount of activity that occurs on an hourly basis on Andy's phone the operation. That is good day long on. I don't know how he doesn't Freia has my whole life. It's here he has. It has nothing to do with you not having a computer. It is spectacularly about the number of people that you are interacting all day long and then no time to click links because you just like a forward this over here forward that over there. I gotTA start coming in here. I got over here to take everyone informed. I would doing it because I understand because I want to read this to my listeners listeners. Because here's the think Andy and everything that's going on is is genuinely well connected with real sources of news. People hailing people with real news information. Yes tell you think Kaylin Alan who who the last time. He texted me was because we were shooting something like He. We don't have this relationship where we joke around with each other and he knows might sound. You're not true. We joke around with each other on twitter. Okay.
"mary ed" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"UH Game Saints One. Two slain remains a foul with the best step secrecy. You went through in the game boy. Hey Aw wrong with you. No joke repents surprised. bryce yeah no laptop charge. It is tough at the house. That's brutal. I don't know what I'm GONNA do. Stop blogging it. Sounds like it. That's GonNa Start in twenty twenty the earliest. Yeah I had a blog I have two blogs. I've been writing for three Matz Keyboard. One what a boss Barstool First jobs I mean. Can you go to the store and get one much. Ex girlfriend is something. You're not getting a laptop judger. Zero Point Zero. Oh this is your phone My Dad's how's everyone doing you even knowing your skype password to get on. That IPAD is upset at the millennium. I texted Kobe. Pretty good. I told you your password is password after go so you like my My Mount Saint. Mary Ed's very tattered flag. You want to see the best Parlamento yes Can I switch switch this sucker Dick. I'm going to be mad. It's my wage rate on the end of the season. Who says you even know where that's.
"mary ed" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The patch patchy fired up. They are fired up because the floss is coming out of the ground. Those flannel planning decisions are being made and pretty soon, you know, the the seeds planted, and then it sprayed time, and they have a product that anybody who buys one says while did I make the right decision here. And you know, my favorite part of this is I'm not a farmer a radio guy, but I talked to farmers, and I like farmers one things plumbers t tell me is that you know, when it's money when it's wet it is a bear getting in and out of the field. I can't get with a with a patchy sprayer urine. Well, before your neighbors without an Apache sprayer because of that light footprint, it really is low maintenance great warranty the whole deal. So check them out in mandate on in frontier, which is south Fargo exit sixty across WalMart there and tell them Scott, thanks online to at high plains, Apache dot com. All right fascinating conversation with Kelsey warrant. I'm telling you, Kelsey one is is a rare rare. Breed because there's not many billionaires that the run a company to the to the magnitude of energy transfer partners that want to get on the radio and talk with a guy for half an hour about their business. There's not one they're busy too. There's more downside than upside. Because every single thing you, you say people are, you know, parsing one way or another, and I just love not only his his robust attitude on pipeline infrastructure and talking about that. Because I think that's the only way you win the battle. You've just got to have these conversations and and where folks down on it. But also, the friend has been in North Dakota. You know, I mean, that's pretty rare. Because honestly, they could've you know. Left North Dakota. Not exactly real thrilled with the idea of of of what they ended up enduring through the Dakota Access pipeline. But there remained a friend through that. And it's it's it's pretty cool. I love that story out of flasher. Just love that story. So cool. Okay. So thanks to Kelsey. And thanks to all I guess today. No, forget press conference at university of Mary Ed eleven today. We've spent a fair amount of time in this program talking about one of the signatory refuse in this year's legislative session. And that is the Theodore Roosevelt museum and library project. The project is planned for the entrance to the park named in his honor the only park in the national park system named for a president named for an individual. And so that's pretty cool. And obviously the connection to North Dakota. And teddy Roosevelt also is pretty unique. You know, some people say, well, he's only was only here your and a half. And how I say can you name me the president's spent more time here in North Dakota. Give me some it's been two and a half who spent three how about five, you know. So he's sort of our blown connection to a president number one. Number two. There is a there is a robust interest in. In teddy Roosevelt, nationwide worldwide and North Dakota has an opportunity with this tap into that the legislature is now set aside fifty million dollars it'll leverage one hundred million dollars before it ultimately is expanded meeting. You got one hundred fifty million dollars to go. You have the Roosevelt family, and others that are very much behind it. I wanna talk a little bit about, you know, whether or not. Building. This will actually bring people north gutter because people have been skeptical about that. And I know nobody better to do that. Then the great Joe Wiegand Joe who has he's a little schizophrenic because some days Joe Wigan and some days. He's teddy Roosevelt. He's a little bit of a Jekyll at height. But he's a really good teddy Roosevelt the nation's best. But he's also a good Joe, Joe, how're you doing Scott Hannan. I'm as the president would say fine as toads hair with microscopically, fine. And I am so glad to be with you. I'm often the one who says that my friend clay jenkinson who does Thomas Jefferson Theodore Roosevelt, John Steinbeck, Meriwether Lewis Oppenheimer. I say, my friend clay has multiple personality disorder. Teddy roosevelt. I gotta tell you what I've done for fifteen years. I hope to do them for another fifteen part of my job is to recruit and train. Some other young men and middle aged men to do teddy Roosevelt around the country. That's why we do the gathering of TR's out in Madora. But I'm delighted to be with you. Congratulations to the people of North Dakota to governor Burgum. The members of the state legislature people throughout this state who understand that if we build it. They will come the teddy Roosevelt is mount Rushmore worthy. And when that presidential library and museum gets built tens of thousands of more people are certainly going to be coming to Madeira into Theodore Roosevelt national park bully for the people of North Dakota. Wow. That's that's quite an endorsement, that's amazing. Go back to play. Jan goodson. You're going to add one other label for him. I ran into last night at at dinner, Trump derangement syndrome. I think about North Dakota. This is one of the last places in the country where people who disagreed vehemently can have pleasant and kind conversations can agree to disagree. Theodore Roosevelt loved this. This wonderful combat of ideas, and let the best idea win be a man or a woman in the arena, don't be shy about expressing yourself it as I told the school children around the state around this country. Shame upon us as a people if we allow ourselves to denigrate one another or question one another's integrity, simply because we disagree about policy or disagree about candidates. It's it's it's something that I think the people of North Dakota have risen above. And I think it's something that the one of the many many virtues and values that will be taught at the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum. Well said yeah, I really appreciate that. Because I've always had that relationship with Klay where you could just have a fun conversation and go back and forth and rib each other a little bit and have significant differences. We had a great chat. Last night. It was fun to catch up with him a little bit of my best clay jenkinson and the work being done Claes, very strongly affiliated with the Theodore Roosevelt center at Dickinson state university. They've got their wonderful nationally recognized TR symposium September twelfth through the fourteenth. And by golly. The Madora musical be over by then. So if you still need another fix teddy Roosevelt to DS, UNC, clay jenkinson and Sharon kills her and all the wonderful people that DSU will have some wonderful authors from around the country for that. But I've got to tell you Scott, I travel the country I go all over and tell people about Madora North Dakota is an honor and a blessing to do. So, but I can tell you as I travel the country when I get back into the territory when I can hear AM one thousand flag or five fifty the fire that you got to be on a dozen. You're that you're the Paul Harvey.
"mary ed" Discussed on The SpiritBros Podcast
"Or not seeing the situation, correctly and that I then had to bear the responsibility for that. I was like, at least if I'm going to deal with I'm going to bear that responsibility. They might as well be my calls that was that cleared to you from the get-go started working at Mary at you knew exactly where you're headed for. That's the thing. I quit the film industry and I and then I spent about a month, sorta thinking about it and went, you know what I'm gonna do coffee. And I saw out the job at myriad. I knew that Anthony, who was one of the first owners was was looking to open. I didn't know that Scott was involved at the time. I remember the first time that another coffee person that I met at a competition around that time said, wow, you get to work for Scott. You know, that's, that's a great first job. And I was like, really? But as it turns out, I could not have fallen in, in a better situation, but I approached Anthony because I was like this is probably going to be the best cafe in the city at the time that it opens, and I just want to learn, and I was the first person hired we I met him at his job at the time, which was in the old port on at cafe Sante Veritas, and we started crossing the street. And I told him that I wanted to come and work for him. And he hired me before we got to the side. And the I just went and I worked for a year. And I was very open that I was there to learn because they eventually wanted to open my own place, and they were totally supportive of that stuff. So I just did that intensive training, totally with the idea that I was going to have my own place in mind. What did you take home from that year at Marietta that you could have never learned on your own taken, like ten times longer all of the technical brewing stuff from Scott? And then in addition, a bunch of the sort of cafe logistical stuff I didn't get all of it, some of it. I still had to figure out on my own. But like by the time I finished that year there, I mean, I'm still learning with every weekly goes by, but I learned more than enough to open a place where I could be very confident in the quality of the period that I was producing. And so I do a lot of consulting now for people that want to open cafes. And the piece of advice. I most commonly say that nobody wants to hear is quit your job and go work as a barista for a year or two. Because most people they're like, oh, I couldn't really afford to do that. I'm like, you know, you can do it without that I there are ample, that I've found where people start a cafe and they just they get as much training as they can. And, or they more often they hire someone who already really knows coffee, and if they do it, right. They get that person to teach them while they're working to a point where when that person is ready to move on there and a good position. So it can be done that way too. But the, the two-time Irish two or three time Irish barista champ, Colin Harmon talks all the time about, you know, people say to them, you know, like I want open a cafe. What should I do? And he's like go work in a cafe. You know, like if you're an architect and. And I say to you, hey. Yeah. You know, I want to I want to have an architecture studio of my own in two years. What should I do like, well start working as an architect, you know, like that really? It's the very best way to do it. And so, so that, you know, all of the like I say, all the technical brewing, and coffee, knowledge and a fair amount of the how to organize and logistically run a cafe came out of that time for sure. And obviously I just keep adding to it. So, so then when did the when did the move start to be made to open the knife, so I left myriad after about a year and I started looking for spaces on my own, and I started doing just some training contracts for forty ninth parallel some of their clients in town. I would go around and do some training. I did consulting contracts for some people that wanted I went and worked at other used to be a restaurant called Monty lay in town that had a small little cafe, which is now. Larry's. Oh, fairmont. But we were in there. It was a small bar called the bag tavern or something. And they were like, well, we want to turn it into a small cafe during the day at six months helping them get equipment and set it up and train people and get it open and stuff like that. So little contracts like that, while I was looking for my space, and it took way longer than I'd hoped to find the space. I was looking maybe three days a week. And it took two years finally. Got into that. Like did you have very specific idea of what you want to? And, and, you know, a specific neighborhood that I wanted to be in, I wanted to be roughly in the plateau, and I wanted to really particular type place and stuff and I ended up getting exactly what I wanted. I got my little romantic neighborhood coffee shop, and I'd worked at Mary, Ed. And in the beginning, it was very small and size wise. It's still small, but it was a little small cafe where we knew the names of the people and some of that, but over that year by the end of that year, you know, we were cranking and they've doubled business since then. So that's a I got less and less interested when it became more and more of a just put your head down and just crank drinks for eight hours. Don't talk to anybody kind of job. However myriad makes a ton of money. So I got exactly what I wanted. I got my little perfect neighborhood romantic place with my regular customers I could chat with and stuff. But money was always an issue and. You know, I signed that lease on Saint Dini. And I think part of the reason why I signed it was because the two years was long. You know like. One of the ways what feels like when you're doing that it's kind of the same as what it feels like when you're job, hunting, you go out every day and fail. And it's not true. You know as long as you look you succeed, basically. Yeah, that's all you have to do is look every day. But every day, you don't find something you're just like you know, so it got me down. And I think that eventually I found a place that fit all the criteria in my head. But my problem unbeknownst to me, was that at the time I signed was kind of the, the peak the end of the peak of Saint, Denise as a commercial street, and it's really been dropping down down, when, Peter, I met you and you were working at Lululemon, which doesn't exist there anymore. Either most of those the block that I was in just north of mount Royal, I walked the other day and the other side of the street is still empty almost all along so Saint Anita slowly died and it's a vicious circle. The more places close than the less people come to the area. And then the less people come to the area, the more places close and in a way. Now, it's not the knife anymore note that, that spot is kind of a lifetime. Line for that area. Go there. There's the, the attrac- which I highly recommend as a taco joint just half a block, south. Yeah. Amazing food, but yeah, there's there's just a couple of places kind of holding on, and it's going to renovate like the big empty space across when there was the gain which was the like the bookstore for educational books and stuff. And it was the notices it was going to be a grocery stores may as they're turning it into condos now. So it's fine. I'm I'm not I'm not anti. And honestly, like that's more people than living in that neighborhood. And then that will support. Businesses. But that's what Saint Denise is in the process of shifting to is instead of being a destination where they need businesses like big clothing stores, that need a lot of people to come every week in order to make it profitable. They're going to shift more towards small businesses that just serve the people that live there. Billy couldn't the bar is also an anchor in that area. The cafe is managing to do it. The little restaurant, you know, they don't need people to come from all over the city because those people don't go there anymore, they go Griffin town now are sent Henry or wherever, so that was the thing is, is that over the time that I had it, it, you know, as we would normally expect business to be going up as we get more and more people in the neighborhood to know where there, instead we kind of plateaued out, because we were dealing with the fact that there were less and less people coming. So we sort of went flat after about year one or two and then just sort of stayed there, and the last straw was the construction that started a little further south in front of Lululemon there. Yeah. Even though it wasn't in our block. There was a thirty percent drop in business. The day they started. And I was just like I'm out also had the academy already starting. So it was really easy for me to just go. Okay. I'll just make that switch because 'cause I imagine also that the margins aren't that great in a coffee. Shop, you have the hustle a crazy to make it profitable. Yeah. And people don't realize it and part of it is our stigma about talking about money. You know, nobody wants to say how much they make and things like that. So there's a there's a belief that coffeeshops make a ton of money. And I made this mistake I didn't go, and if I, maybe I could if I if I asked really politely asked to see some actual numbers for people even from Scott. Anthony, I never really asked them, what the financial side was like I just did the same thing. And I think most people do, which is well, a bag of coffee costs this much and a Cup cost that much. So you must be making a killing and it's just not true. The Collin Harmon that I mentioned earlier has a book that I haven't actually read yet, I've read excerpts. And I recommend it toll. My consulting customers it's called what I know about running coffee shops, and he has a lot of breakdown and information in there that actually shows like for the price of a Cup of coffee how much you're likely to really make. But even if we expand to restaurants instead of just coffeeshops because restaurants, obviously have higher costs, but they also have way more volume in money coming through they can sell alcohol. Who's a good restaurant are really good restaurant makes eight percent profit margin in imagine that eight percent eight percent margin and at the same time, yeah. You, it's not that much, and you're worrying about just keeping the clients coming in, like, what you just express with the with the nice home and he things can go wrong. So many things that must be that must be a stress free environment for the, you know, the person owning this is the section of entrepreneurship that I know. But I'm sure it's not significantly different in, in many ways. There's other different challenges and stuff. But you're, you're always, it's always the same thing. It's, you know. Bills coming in money coming in bills, you know, making money go out and, you know, having a man, all of that around it surprised in regulation has just up from the where somebody's going to you say, oh, by the way didn't filled out that form and you're done at that permits. What? I remember the first year that I had the cafe that when the letter arrived from so can which guys it's not much. But I mean it's just another in the long list of things that you weren't expecting. So can is. As music rights, just the fact that you are playing music publicly. They take your floor space or something like that. And they charge you a certain amount per year for the fact that you're playing music, how much I think, I think it was like or. Dependent or three hundred year for my cafe. Oh, yes. The same thing for the gym at the house. House, and it's, it's not a ton, but it's, it's the death by Southland cats. Then the person that comes in refills your fire extinguishers, every year, does the service that so that you don't get a ticket from the fire inspector. It's all these little things that you're like, oh, I didn't put that in my budget. And that's where the, the profit that you, you know, you look at that you do the math for the cop, and you're like, oh, you know profit must be seventy five percent. That's what eats it away. Everyone knows about the rent and the employee salaries and, you know, your utilities, but there's all the other stuff. All those bills defensive life with the poor like yet make sense. I'm gonna make tons of profit, but Indian death by small cuts out like that. Was it bittersweet to, to leave the night? And how did you find a buyer? It's Marietta's yes secret that that's mirrored. So that's kind of the continuation of your relationship with Mary, I just put out the word and you know, one of the people who was good at spreading. The word was Spiro, who is the local distributor and Montreal for forty ninth parallel coffee, and so- Spiro just because it's the kind of thing where you don't wanna you wanna get the word out to people who potentially by, but you don't wanna make it a general thing because you don't want your customers to suddenly be like, I mean, I don't I'm not sure the customers would necessarily abandon you. But, you know, you don't want that lame duck feeling of like oh, they're going, you don't wanna put like a first sale sign in the window. If you can avoid it. Yeah. So he discreetly put out the word and I had discussions with a bunch of people, but Yeltsin was not Anthony Scott's no longer with Marianne, but it wasn't Anthony. It was the other guy that had body in after Scott left that ended up buying the cafe from me and. I don't know if I even had time for it to be a bitter. Sweet thing I was like I've got us Elvis. It's literally a financial requirement. And I've got this other thing starting up, and I've really got to start focusing more on that. Yeah. So it was it was very difficult. It was a logistical headache. And it wasn't made easier by a bunch of other stuff that happened. But it you know, I actually just yesterday I think finished the very last piece of lucrative business that I had to do, which is that I last summer I am Malcolm aided the
"mary ed" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Which is nice. It's live and local the when I have an opportunity to talk during the week. It's a special treat. Hopefully, you guys are in your car driving home and you're eager to hear what's happening, especially in a place like Illinois, especially in a place like Chicago. Well, it such a pleasure to have in-studio or Fe davonte. He is the chief economist at Illinois policy institute, I have on my show whenever I can. And we're I love when he comes in because he's just brilliant. He's gifted in that way with the numbers and crunching and giving you facts about JB's budget and all the things pertaining to Illinois in Chicago. And yesterday on the news at the top of the bottom. They kept saying of some group was saying that JB's numbers don't add up to get to to balance the budget. And I'm thinking they should have been listened to the Stephanie trussell show when I have orpheum he explained that weeks. Welcome to the big John show Orphee in-studio from Illinois policy. So I'm no news to you that the numbers don't add up. No kidding. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Stephanie. Yeah. Absolutely. So the governor proposed this new plan that's completely divorced from spending promises. Right. So he promised to close the structural deficit. He promised another in nineteen billion dollars or so in additional state spending. Well, there's no free lunch. Right. So if you want more money in state coffers that money has gone is going to have to come out of your pocket and my pocket, and that means middle class tax hikes. And when you say that there are people that go to their feelings, and what J B says, it makes them feel good that he wants this to be a very progressive state in almost every aspect that we can imagine. So are you sure people will say wait if he says it it must be true? But when you're talking about hard Colfax and his budget won't even cover again there is there any spending cuts in their no is he addressing the the fact that the pinion pensions are not sustainable, we need to go to a 4._0._1._K some things. Aren't even included. But yet this pie-in-the-sky idea that this is gonna work out. Yeah. That's right. I mean, you know, we've seen this all before right? They're selling the resident come taxes the magic pill for illinois's finances. But the reality of it all is, you know, we we had tax hikes before that were followed by budget deficits, we had a recent last year we had a tax hike last year. That's that's followed by another big budget deficit. One makes us think that. The tax hike is going to solve the problems. It's not gonna work. It's time that we focus on the spending side of the ledger. The problems that we're having with our growth in employee public employee pensions. Why we have to do is text the the one percent the very wealthy people. Right. And they will have no problems there were we can just pass legalize marijuana. And then that'll make all of our problems go away. Right. That's the that's the magic part of the plan. Right. So we crush the numbers. The bottom line is when you do the math the revenue just can't doesn't add up. It doesn't even add up to close the structural deficit. Let alone to to address to address all the spending promises that he's made a last budget address. But worst of all if the numbers don't add up this really matters. Because if the numbers don't add up and revenues come up short right after he implements this progressive income tax. It's going to be a tax hike. You're gonna have to. They're going to have to raise taxes again on the middle class on middle class families, and that tax hike could look like, you know, an extra thirty five hundred dollars for the typical family because that's what it would take to cover and pay for all the bills. We're trying to encourage people at this day and age is so easy to pick up the phone Email and contact your Representative to say vote. No because they're trying to push this progressive tax as the beyond the all to getting us out of the hole that we're in. So let's talk about if you live in Northbrook or Glenview, and and the Representative is Jonathan Carroll. That's right, right. You know, if you're in Northbrook Glenview area, your Representative Johnson, Carol I actually spoke to Johnson Carol last week is a democrat who's actually doing the right thing. He's done a couple of good things, you know, fighting for his constituents, and so please call them up, you know, his numbers to one seven five five eight one zero zero four again is two one seven five five eight one zero zero four call him up. And thank him in advance. You know, I say just call him up and thank you in advance for voting. No on this progressive income taxes democrat who seems to get it. He seems to understand that his constituents don't want another tax hike. Thank him in advance. Give them a call and encourage him to keep doing the right thing for taxpayers. So also, there's Libertyville Barrington kill deer in lake Zurich. And I know a lot of people listening to this will say, well, those people live there. What's the big deal? They can afford it. And this is just wrong. It's just the entire state. And the fact that people are leaving because you cannot afford to live in some of these places and and a little bit more here a little bit more there. I don't care where you live. It's hard to sell the house when the tax Bill is twenty thousand dollars a year. That's right. You know, it's it's gonna affect everybody. You know, when when people leave the state and economic growth slows, and your income isn't rising, or you know, and when you have two hundred seventy seven thousand Illinois wore out of work and looking looking for work. Right now. You know, when investments go down, then fewer jobs created it's going to affect everybody. But yeah, if you're in Libertyville Barrington kill or legs, Eric I encourage you to call your Representative Mary, Ed Lee, Allen and are four numbers. Two one seven seventy two three six nine six give her a call and tell her please Representative vote no on this proposal because we know that if revenues come in short our taxes are gonna go up. So we don't wanna take that chance in and now you're getting a little bit closer to home on the list Glen ellyn Lombard is butts right up to Maitland, Ellen is my neighbor again being in dupage county is a certain quality of life, and some people just shocks me that some of my neighbors of the fact of the mindset that oh, well, this is what we're paying for the quality of life. And it's just not everybody has the luxury of being able to say, I don't mind a tax hike because a lot of people are on fixed incomes. They've raised their children. They've done everything. Right. And now they're in a situation where they can't even sell their houses a nest egg to get out of here to go to Florida. So so. People living in Glen ellyn or lumbar should rep. Contact who who's Representative representatives, Tara Costa Howard or for numbers? Two one seven seventy two eight zero three seven please give her a call and tell our give notch tell her. No. We don't want this progressive income tax. It's a scam. It's a scam. That's going to hurt a lot of people. It's going to take money out of our pockets. We've wherever we want you to vote. No on this on this plan. It's not going to benefit her constituents or the rest of the state. I'm so excited for wants to be on the good side of something. My Representative Amy grant Republican from Wheaton as already signed on against the progressive tax. You know, and I guess we should still contact her emailer. Caller to say, thank you in the letter know that we're supporting I remember, she actually canvassing my area knocking on the door. And I didn't say, oh, I have a radio show and just talk to her like a regular person, and she sold me instantly on her values and her beliefs that we need to support more people like that. Unfortunately, a lot of us into page county think that we live in this conservative safe bubble, and no we're waking up to democrat representatives, and they're bringing a lot of Democrats are coming out there. Fleeing Cook County coming out to the page county, unfortunately, bringing their values with them and sometimes winning races. And we look up and are here here will be there. And there will be here it won't. We won't be able to tell the difference between between Cook County and dupage county. But as you said, devante or faith or fate from Illinois policy institute that this is about everyone don't sit back and think this doesn't affect me. This is this is is just not for the rich or the top percent is for everyone. If you just do simple math. And that's why so great that you have an opportunity when you can go to Illinois policy because you guys break things down for people that aren't gifted in in the area of math and figures, and to let them know, this is how it affects you. Oh, absolutely. Stephanie there there, you know, there's no question. This is going to fake the entire state of Illinois. You know, because when we when we did our homework we looked at the last day to implement a progressive income tax, and that was Connecticut over twenty years ago in Connecticut in the nineties when the economy was booming. The US economy was booming. The poverty rate in Connecticut went up by forty seven percent, the tax hike didn't just affect the rich it affected everybody. And that's the part of the people don't get in. Again that the Vinik divide and conquer mentality that oh is just going to affect them. And I'm safe in my bubble. And that's not the case in some areas are doing better than other areas that seem to be just devastated, and you think about suburban collar county the town right around Chicago where you can't you can't even sell a house for thirty five thousand dollars where the taxes are almost more than what your mortgage would be in these places like Harvey where there's no growth, there's no texting the businesses because there aren't any. Maybe there's a few gas stations and a few strip clubs in bars. But there's no real growth. There's no real opportunity for people. You can't really settle your house and say look here moved here. The schools are great the opportunities a great. That's not the case and people are literally in a position where they instead of selling their houses and moving Tennessee, Florida, they they just basically have to walk away. Because no one's going to take on the tax burden that comes along with buying a house in Illinois. That's right. We we see that we see people leaving the state and as people. More and more people leave the state home value appreciation is not what it is in other countries in other states. So you know, I it has a negative effect on on the economy on housing values. And it hurts everybody hurts homeowners hurts renters, it's a sad state of affairs. We need to turn the state around. And that's just the time. All politics are local we focus so much on what's happening federally and a statewide, but just local politicians voting against your interest by telling you just fifty dollars or more per one hundred thousand dollars house or in the park district and the fire district. Everybody's just nibbling away to and you feel like there's no relief from this. And and we love Illinois people that stay here. The people that move like I did it filled moving and wound up coming back just to fight for the state and just to have an opportunity to support those politicians that are brave enough to stand up to someone who like J B who has very properly came in after a very unpopular governor and everybody seems to think that with magic fairy dust he's gonna. Make our state solving and make all of our problems go away. And all we ask back it up with the numbers. Just ask who told you that? And how are we going to do? And that's a very simple question. And that's just an opportunity. You cannot stay silent. It's not twenty thirty years ago. Were you thinking how can I even contact my Representative or elected officials? Everybody's generally has a smartphone in their hand, you Google you get the number you, call you. Right. Whatever you gotta do to let them know we need to stand up your little boy because I don't know about you or Fe. I don't know what the possibility will will state Ken estate foul bankruptcy. I mean, how far can we kick? This can down the road. Right. So that's a that's another big worry. Right. So you know, you hear politicians saying we cannot do anything about pension costs because you know, the constitution does not allow us to do that. And in the same breath. They say, well, you know, we could actually change the constitution to change our tax code flat tax. Progressive tax they'll they'll figure out a way to do that. Of course. Of course ignoring the real source of the problem, the real causes a problem. We know you ask anybody on the street. You know, you go downstairs and as anybody on the street, you know, what's the real cause of Illinois financial problems, and it will tell you public employee pensions. And if we do nothing about that, it doesn't matter if you manage to raise revenue today or tomorrow pension costs are still increasing at too high of a pace to keep up with. And if they don't address it as far as future, and I know people that already have been promised this pension plan. And I know they're very nervous about that. But new hires look into the future, we need to move more to 4._0._1._K not everybody, especially we think about teachers we love them to death. But retiring at fifty five eighty five percent or eighty percent of your income with a three percent increase is simply not sustainable. Most of us have to work well into our sixties that we certainly don't get anywhere near that amount in our pension and not that that's what was negotia. For them. We almost can't get mad for people that lobby the unions. They got that deal. But at the same time who's going to pay for it. I'm so happy that warfare davonte from Illinois policy. The chief economist go to their website. He's not the only one. There are a lot of brilliant people, and so many different topics when it pertains the policies here in Illinois when you want to just know the facts and get rid of all the fluff. That's the website should go to. Thank you, very much or iffy. For coming in studio. Always a pleasure. Thank you anytime. The re one two five nine one eight thousand nine hundred back right after this..
"mary ed" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Dollar Bill for the artwork came as a second less. Welcome surprise. The artwork was title forever free. Eighteen sixty seven the work had been sent by sculptor Monia Lewis and depicted, I newly freed African American couple it celebrated the recent emancipation proclamation, and that had declared on January one eighteen sixty three that all persons held slaves within any state shall be then henceforth and forever free. Lewis who had begun her career in Boston years earlier by selling sculptured. Poetry. It's of abolitionist was hoping seawall. What helper find a buyer for forever free? He did the following year. The work was depicted to respect it pastor at underground railroad conductor wherever Leonard Grimes during a festive ceremony at Boston's Tremont temple. Like her uncommissioned sculpture Louis was used to being a surprise arrival on the art scene as a woman of mixed African and native American descent who came obeyed during the civil war her odds of making it were slim best yet, she managed to become the world's first professional African American sculpture sculptor, excuse me, celebrated internationally for our Neo classic style. And I quote the obstacles at Monte Lewis overcame was unparalleled in America are in quote wrote Henry hinders Harry Henderson, excuse me and the nineteen ninety three ball. My history of African American artists from seventeen ninety two to the present. Orphan data young age. Lewis was raised by her mother's Chippewa sisters and upstate New York in eighteen fifty nine supported by her brother. She traveled to a high to attend Oberlin college there. She received drawing instruction from experience artists. Georgina Anna why that's our first plaster casts of classical sculpture overland, which admitted both female and African American students was a major abolition the center at the time yet Lewis still face discrimination falsely accused of poisoning her roommates, stealing art supplies. She was denied the right to enroll for her final semester. Was there for able to graduate to continue her studies Lewis moved to Boston with a letter of introduction that secured her training under self taught sculptor Edward bracket. Although he was hopeful Lewis eventually decided it would be best to leave the United States and the summer of eighteen sixty five young sculptor boarded the ship to join the growing number of American artists working in Italy. The path to Rome was already well trodden by group of American women sculptors depreciating dubbed by author Henry James as a white Marian flock, great that included Harriet good Hume Haas Mer, Emma, stabbings and Margaret Foley Hossam was the first to recommend that Louis studied sculpture in Italy and arranged for her to rent a studio that once belonged to prominent Venetian sculptor Antonio Canova and that daunting workspace Lewis chisel away, I'm sorry. Lewis chisel newly freed African Americans with the timeless marble gravitas of the nail classical style. She also sculpted native Americans a subject many attributed to our personal heritage. But which may have signalled a desire to join the American art mainstream stayed representation of native Americans were very prevalent at the time both for artist working at home and artists work abroad in Florence and Rome because they had announced themselves as specifically American themes. Excuse me explains they are tallest curator of American paintings sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum of art. Louis spent her life traveling across the Atlantic emphasizing certain aspects of her Dimity based on her audience at the time during abolitionist, she found reciprocal interest and common ground with anti-slavery advocates. Said Patrick said Christian pie Buick to the professor of history at the university of New Mexico and author of child on fire. Mary Ed Mani Lewis and the problem of arts history. Black Etienne subject twenty ten after slavery was abolished Lewis sculpted religious subjects that appeal to Catholic patrons in Italy at England. And the popularity of Henry Wadsworth long fellows nineteen. I mean, I'm sorry. Eighteen fifty-five epic poem the song of hiawatha which tells the story of two star crossed lovers. From different native American tribes set the stage for Lewis to share answer antidotes for her. I'm sorry, answering of her nomadic Jeb watch would. Louis sculpted a version of the fictitional couple eighteen sixty eight a pair of marble figures that are today on display at the met. Nice. There was a typical practice at the time. According to pick Lewis did nothing beyond what other items. Did she says she found patronage where there was interest one hundred years later? Louis sent forever free to see while it caught the eye of James porter. The father of African American ideas three artist himself Puerto ended up ended up acquiring the sculpture for Howard University where he was both a professor and director of the gallery, and I quote, he really tried to get the university underspent understand the importance of negro art in quotes, Scott Baker who was the assistant director of the Howard University gallery of art. And I quote again, you have to remember this was back in nineteen sixty seven. So they didn't think much of it. So he purchased it with his own money in quote forever. Free has prominently display. It has been prominently displayed at the university ever since as it turns out both school in sculptor sculpture were created that same year and they celebrated their shared hundred fiftieth anniversary twenty Anna. Virtually Antoni seventeen the artwork currently serves as the centerpiece of an ongoing exhibition marking the sets Quin tent tannehill a far cry from its unheralded rival and Boston a century and a half before. And I think Karen chair Nick for that article, very cool. And I think my ex studio partner for posting its why could share it with everyone. Excellent. Absolutely. Absence of people. Read it again, if they want our research more. I will include it in the show notes. So. So would that you guys we appreciate you coming and hanging out with us for this nearly now three hours and prohibit it would like to thank everybody who's in chat right now. And who earlier thank you, very very, much and. Coming hanging with us here as I play out as we like to say, you cannot reach us here at the show by emailing us hosts with an S hosts that native opinion dot com or available out on the major social media networks. So that's Twitter and Facebook Twitter. It's at native opinion our Facebook page, it's Facebook dot com. Forward slash native opinion podcast. Our website is native opinion dot com, and we're also podcast. So you can subscribe, which is free and get this show delivered to you every single week when we do it. You can go to any of the major podcast directories, apple podcast, Google podcasts. Spotify our heart radio and many many others. My name is Michael kicking bear from the Mashantucket Pequot travel nation. He is David Gray album, the children Cherokee tribe, Alabama dot Gauley. I think you guys ever so much once again, I stay put up a language be. Well, everybody have great week see next week. Bye.
"mary ed" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Getting renewed for season three days and grabbing Jila shame games. Congratulations. You so, you know, whenever we talk game of games, we always give extra. Congratulations to Kevin you do because the three Mary Ed and Andy are fortunate enough to be part of the executive producing team. But really the games and the mechanics of the games are all from the demented brain of Kevin Leman. So so the reason we give him a shout out is because we feel fortunate to be included. We do it all together, we do it together. And obviously, obviously, it's true. And and it wouldn't work without me involved. But I'd like to give Kevin do, but it is funny because on Twitter everyone's like who comes up with this. And I'm like, I wish you would meet Kevin Leman and understand how insane and heaven has. Here's here's three. Kevin has three or here's what the three of us deserve credit for. Yes. We knew early on that Kevin Leman had was going to know just has an imagination that is. You just don't see it every day. You just don't see it every day. And so when you do you you you time up for the rest of his life. And even when he thinks getting out you pull him back in. Well, we knew you know, we knew he had an imagination and we knew he needed friends. And we also knew that he'd be. But Kevin is a great example of that kid in school that, you know, you'll you'll make fun of and didn't fit in whatever. But we saw we saw something in him because nobody else wanted to hire him. No one wanted him. And we said, you know, what let's give this kid a chance we do need to dedicate a whole episode one day to Kevin lemans obsession. And when I say obsession, I'm actually under selling it with Disney and how he grew up obsessed with that because it's a whole. Here's the point the point is a brand new game games. Yes. That's what we were getting one of Ellen's favourite. Slowly, what else favorite contestants is on tonight? He is everything he says is laugh out. Loud hilarious. I'm excited for him. And one of our favorite games. Don't leave me hanging. Oh, yeah. Because they're under pressure. And they give insane answers because you have three contestants tethered to. They're all tied into ropes that will get yanked through the ceiling. If they give the wrong answers. There's a lot of pressure to answer fast and correct as such night. We just get some of the craziest answers, and here's the very first round of only hanging from chides episode and enjoy -joy Joey..
"mary ed" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"I just got Eddie was driving to lunch and just sent me a couple of billboards that he saw on the way they're starting to go up. So December eighteen is Ellen has. Standup comedy special. It's her return to stand up after fifteen sixteen years of doing this show. And I'm just going to tell you that I had the pleasures as did Mary. Ann. Ed Kevin didn't care enough to make the trip, but Mary Ed, and I were there for the taping. I know Ellen. I love Ellen. I've now worked with her for sixteen years. Absolutely. Without a doubt belly laughing. Having been to a couple of the stand up shows before while she was working out her material. I got there. I was like, okay. And the whole building was shaking with laughter. And it was it was a rickety building, we couldn't get. To laugh and then to see everybody around me laughing. It was just it was like it was like a religious experience. People people had a really good times fun. It's a whole different people ask what the differences between the show and stand up and there's a big difference. It's just me by myself on stage with an audience, and it's kind of just a more intimate. Not that the show isn't intimate. But doing stand up is is just a me by myself without a guest without anything just talking for an hour. And and in talking about other things that I don't normally talk about on the show. And also, it's it's an hour of me talking. It's not just coming up for monologue. And then going into interviews people gonna watch it over and over again, it's everything it's everything you expect it to be times. Ten right. It's fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. Really funny comedy. And then Ellen takes questions from the audience, which is always fun and always. Unpredictable and Ellen ever knows. What's going to happen? The audience never knows what's going to happen. And it's really really funny. Yeah. It's good. And the truth is I have to say the reason Kevin wasn't there as he actually was in Australia overseas. Andy game of games. I went to allow the test that is as good if not better than you describe it. So what you are the best at. Porsche had never seen me do it. And she was she just put piling too much on my plate. She just thought it was way too busy to to add that to my summer. And then once she saw me on stage for the very first time when I started trying stuff out. She's like, oh my God. You're this is what you're supposed to do. So it was great to see someone. I love so much that that she, you know, really loved watching it and went to every single show watched every single everything. So it was really fun. Did you see how much I loved it? No. I said people in love, okay. After this. I did it the last minute. Get you. And just give me podcast. Why? Decide to do that. Really don't know. I mean. I don't have an answer that Eddie said, you know, they keep asking you. If you want to do a Netflix special, and he'd mentioned it to me before. But I just never zones agent agent. And he just said, you know, you don't have to do it right away. But we should just make a deal. Just in case you come up. So I made a deal actually on the way home from getting the medal of freedom. We were on the plane on the way home from getting the medal of freedom. So what would that to us? And so I made it that long ago. And then I just was I almost gave the money back so many times because they gave me a deposit, and I was like oh my God. I'm never going to think of anything, and I almost I almost cancel it. So many times to return the fifteen thousand dollars. Sorry. And all of a sudden out of nowhere. I came up with this whole relatable idea. I was in Tahiti. Go to heat. It's just hit me this whole thing about being relatable. And and just, but but making just a ridiculous not really being relatable. And that the name came to me, the the whole I twenty minutes came to me. And then I had to write another forty minutes. Another forty minutes. Here's a tiny tiny clip of what you can see next Tuesday, a friend of mine was at my house, and I told him I'm gonna do stand up again..
Ellen's first stand-up special in 15 years is coming to Netflix
"December eighteen is Ellen has. Standup comedy special. It's her return to stand up after fifteen sixteen years of doing this show. And I'm just going to tell you that I had the pleasures as did Mary. Ann. Ed Kevin didn't care enough to make the trip, but Mary Ed, and I were there for the taping. I know Ellen. I love Ellen. I've now worked with her for sixteen years. Absolutely. Without a doubt belly laughing. Having been to a couple of the stand up shows before while she was working out her material. I got there. I was like, okay. And the whole building was shaking with laughter. And it was it was a rickety building, we couldn't get. To laugh and then to see everybody around me laughing. It was just it was like it was like a religious experience. People people had a really good times fun. It's a whole different people ask what the differences between the show and stand up and there's a big difference. It's just me by myself on stage with an audience, and it's kind of just a more intimate. Not that the show isn't intimate. But doing stand up is is just a me by myself without a guest without anything just talking for an hour. And and in talking about other things that I don't normally talk about on the show. And also, it's it's an hour of me talking. It's not just coming up for monologue. And then going into interviews people gonna watch it over and over again, it's everything it's everything you expect it to be times. Ten
"mary ed" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"Vote, dot org or headcount org. All right. Let's get into the recap. We start with rob consulting. His mother about whether taking Castro Iraq is a good idea. Callan thinks it's a risky strategy, but she wants to feel what it's like to lose what they love. So go for it. Yeah. I mean, this is a nice moment because rob kind of comes correct to his mother. Like maybe I should have listened to you more about some of these things like a lot of these decisions I made. Contre indicating you directly led to the downfall my house and now I want I want your approval I want before I risk everything because this is a real crossing Rebecca. The die is cast moment for as they both acknowledged like we either win a fairly decisive victory, but no by no means the war or we lose like like it and they have very ominous. Like all those lion pieces like a range that king's landing like they can make it back. They'll be before they take the fortress it, they'll be crushed. So it's a great. It's a, it's a slice scene because it sets up the stakes after the thing that happens behind the red went in none of this stuff. I felt this scene was a little bit tedious on second watch because none of this matters at all. And you can say that you can go back and you could say that about all of rob stuff in season right danger that, yeah, but like this scene specifically, I was like, well, the planning planning scenes don't matter at this point. They might have mattered up until the point where he decided to Mary Ed Bureauof, but now they don't. Well, I'm gonna vigorously disagree with you because I think that this also adds a lot of subterfuge for viewers that are kind of cod because there is hints that this thing with Walter Frei is really dangerous, but rob planning this big assault with the Taiwan something might come in finale episode and the showing Walter phrase and obstacle that has to be overcome and not a deadly threat. I feel like is one of the mini techniques they use to kind of like smooth like like soothe the viewers. So they're left all the more. Open for -solutely. I watch it were second watch. It's completely pointless and boring. Okay. That's interesting. It's extremely tedious on second interesting point of view. I do not share. Okay. So we move onto rob arriving at the twins where he apologized to all the fray and has many girls while they're once a look at the woman who stole Rob's hand from his daughters. And when he gets it, he makes them lewd remarks about to Lisa announces at the wedding will commence and they'll put this mess behind them. Man while the fray, what a shit. He's great. Like the character is a shit. The actor is doing a hell of job. Yeah, being shit. I think the two best things about this scene are Walder Frei and Edme years reactions to all the girls. Yeah. Yeah. I just love edgier does so much with just a facial expression in these scenes and previous scenes. It's so good. Yeah. Like like who I mean, who's the creepy guy? I mean, if you say Waller fray is, is it because he's less handsome than Ed MIR?.
"mary ed" Discussed on Joblogues
"Hi now it's time for our roundtable discussion which are really excited about hs year twenty a just turned thirty over here and i feel like especially for women this is such a critical point where used to start to have all these feelings especially around lake society's expectations about you know partnership mary ed's kids via la even career expectations and so one of our contributors on the website ahn's albacom recently penned an article entitled you don't need to have it altogether by thirty that was really popular yeah it was really good yeah a lot on those good at i feel like a captured a lot of our sentiments i'm and sparked a lot obree conversation so that is thinking about just like how we can come together i feel like you a woman that's been really successful in your 28 years today but you're still east jill create this elevated bar for yourself absolutely to push and do more and go far are there so do you feel like your life is where you thought it would be at 28 when you were younger oh my gosh i'm looking back on when i was eighteen and i'm going to think i was thinking ten years ahead surprisingly asia's like you know it off college burn up you know give this piece of paper eighty thousand dollars um but it's not and i'm happy that it's not a name at this particular point in on the keep it on your like um women i was in college you know i would come home for bray gin family would be legs are you taking anybody in was going on them like jassem me to the school in the middle of new york yes to get this degree i'm about to be distracted by these you know l really not iras you i college under gear ashes eggs super super fokker i i mean i made a whole bunch of friends i was involved in absolutely every day.