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Mary Kay Letourneau Dies at 58
"The Iberian teacher convicted of raping 1/6 grade student, has died of cancer more from comas, carding Johnson. Mary Kay Letourneau died at home late Monday. Most of her family was with her, including Billy follow her former student and ex husband, who came up from California a month ago to care for her. Her attorney, David Jerky, left everything he had down there and came up just to be with her. And help her 24 7 Maternal pleaded guilty to raping fill out She gave birth to their first child before she started seven years in prison on charges related to that rape. The couple later had a second child and got married in 2005. Separating in 2017 in this interview after her release from prison, Barbara Walters asked litter. No. If it was all worth it. Maternal responded to say she didn't look at life that way. I can't say I did my best I did. I passed. Mary Kay Letourneau was 58 years old Carleen
Mary Kay Letourneau, who made headlines over affair with student, dead at 58
"Mary Kay Letourneau, the former schoolteacher who had an affair with 1/6 grade student, dies from cancer at the age of 58. Attorney and Brenner was a friend I've known married for 20 years, she was the force of nature and a great person. She overcame incredible eyes and raised a beautiful and brilliant family attorney generated international headlines when admitting to the relationship with Billy Flower, who was 12 at the time. She was 34. I had two Children together. She was charged with child rape and ended up serving seven years in prison.
Mary Kay Letourneau dies of cancer at 58
"The teacher who was convicted of raping 1/6 grade student who she later married. Mary Kay Letourneau has now died of cancer at the age of 58. Well, any any loss of life is trashed your This's strange story because maternal she became famous as you know, back in the late nineties convicted of raping 12 years ago. I can't remember how to pronounce his name. It's Ah, Layla, Billy Vilela, leave the last name. You got me a L A well at the time Maternal was 34. She had four Children, and she was also pregnant with her former students, baby at the time that she was convicted and married, got out of parole in 98. She was barred from contacting this this child. But later returned to prison to finish her seven year sentence after they were caught together. And then they married in 2005 that you know what crazy they had two Children. But they did state married until 2019 14 years. They were married. They got a divorce. And apparently he was there with third about state. Other side Always loyal, pretty strange times and bad times. Good times and bad times. Well,
Mary Kay Letourneau dies of cancer at 58
"An infamous person in the American pop culture history. Has Died. Mary Kay Laterna and I know died of cancer fifty eight. Mary Kay Letourneau is one of the biggest tabloid type stories. This country has ever seen. She was the shoes at a teacher who fell in love with a fourteen year old student. Got They got caught. And she got sent to prison for seven years. She did seven years and as soon as she got out, they got married. They stayed. She stayed in love with this guy. She was married had two kids I think. she was thirty four. Or something like that Villi. was his name is name. And As soon as she got out because she she got arrested the first time they were caught, and she was put on probation and ordered not to be anywhere close to him. She violated her probation when they were caught in a car together. And that's when she went to jail for seven years got out. Say in the whole time. It doesn't matter what you do to me. We are in love and. I. Know that people think badly of it, but we're. We're in love, and we can't help it, and we will be together and they were supposedly. In in love with each other the whole time she was imprisoned, she got out they got married started having kids. Data Cancer. And she was married at the time that she started fooling around with Villi because he went to her house. I think the first time. In a month, yeah! Fifty eight years old. But we had that was. That was the first big. Nationwide that I remember teacher student. Scandal yet, but and I. can't think of a of a pop culture tabloidish type scandal. Of recent years that even comes close to that to be able to give an example to the kids,
Mary Kay Letourneau: Teacher who married boy she raped dies at 58
"Area teacher who was convicted of rape for having sex with their sixth grade student is dead. Mary Kay Letourneau was 58 died from cancer litter No pled guilty to two counts of second degree rape in the 19 nineties for having a relationship with her then 12 year old student Vili fellow. They had two Children together after litter. No was released from prison in 2000 Forth e, too, got married but divorced last year. W
Mary Kay Letourneau dies of cancer at 58
"From the past that teacher who married her sixth grade student up in Washington state after she was convicted of raping him. She's dyed her lawyer, David Ger, Key, says Letourneau, died Tuesday of cancer. In 1996. She was a married mother of four, teaching in a suburban Seattle school. When she began a sexual relationship with 12 year old student Vili fill out. She pleaded guilty to rape and went to prison for 7.5 years. When she got out they married A couple had two daughters. One born when she was in prison five years ago, she spoke with Barbara Walters just had bonded. We have
Mary Kay Letourneau: Teacher who married boy she raped dies at 58
"Kay Letourneau has died. A teacher came in for Mr 1996 for having sex with their sixth grade student. She got pregnant after pleading guilty to child rape. They had a second child. When she got out of prison. She married the boy was an adult by them, but they later separated. Paternal died of cancer.
Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher jailed for raping student, dies
"Mary Kay letourneau a teacher who married her sixth grade student after she was convicted of raping him has died she was fifty eight her lawyer David gerkin says the turno died Tuesday of cancer in nineteen ninety six she was a married mother for teaching in a suburban Seattle school when she began a sexual relationship with twelve year old student Vili fallout she pleaded guilty to rape and went to prison for seven and a half years when she got out they married the couple had two daughters one born when she was in prison five years ago she spoke with Barbara Walters Regis had bonded we have and similar interests and I also knew that he had girl interests and I did suspect online you definitely it was extending in my direction the couple later divorced again Mary Kay letourneau dead at fifty eight I'm Julie Walker
Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher who raped and later married a Seattle student, dead at 58
"Mary Kay Letourneau has died. The 58 year old who passed away after a battle with cancer, is the former Seattle school teacher who had an affair with her sixth grade student in the 19 nineties. It caused a scandal, ultimately leading to her spending seven years in prison. She was 34 at the time, and her student, Vili fill out 12 after he grew up. They married and had two Children, and Bremner was Letourneau's lawyer and friend of 20 years. A paralegal in Tacoma. She raised Wonderful daughters. She loved her family. She was brilliant. She love the law, and she overcame. Tremendous odds. And became very successful and I think was very happy with her life Maternal would fill out divorced in
"mary kay" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"The president of the Union era long-term now leader of the Union. And you've you've led the union through a period of volatile change and a part of that change was the Metoo Movement. You yourself have had to grapple with that within your own union ranks. You've had leaders in the union. Who were accused of or of abusing women of of doing the things that the metoo movement has shown a bright line on how? How wrenching has that been for you? You know you're a leading progressive woman in this country. How you wrestle with that because you still you running an organization you want to be fair to everyone including your male colleagues. Have you dealt with all of that? Well I It was a very clarifying moment for me as a leader but also as a woman leader of Sei. You and I think I approached it by gathering people around me who could help me see my blind spots and then for me to own those blind spots directly and then take decisive action With the perpetrators of an abuse of power that I was not willing to tolerate and when it became clear to me the degree of abuse of power. I took decisive action and move the perpetrators from our union. And I'm insisting on a training and policy that we're demanding from corporations like McDonald's and from the janitors owners in California and there's incredible innovative work happening to transform the systems and structures in workplaces held those blind spots in place for far too long and we are in the middle of it. I would say that it blew open a conversation inside of Sei you. That was a long time coming. And I was It was important for me to own my responsibility but also take decisive action and then to lean into making sure that our our as an employer. Sei employees could experience US living our values but also as a union that we would be on the frontlines fighting for survivors of abuse on the night shift in janitorial sectors and in fast food restaurants in McDonalds and anywhere Our members Live and work. So let me ask you. You know there's a controversy that sorta swirling around relative to This woman Who's made an accusation against Vice President Biden? He's strongly denied it. I will just I've I've known him for a long time and Was there when he was vetted for. Vp So I think any charge needs to be explored but it's nonetheless rumbling around the social media has that create any resistance among your members given the discussion we just had? I think it was important for our members to hear that The vice president said that all women should be heard including Tarot Reid and that We wholeheartedly agree. With that position justice we've been on the frontlines fighting for women who have brought their own charges against corporations like McDonald's or that we've bargain on behalf of for the cleaning contractors in California and all across the country and so with those actions. I think our members are frankly. David Very committed to making sure that we create a new system in our workplaces where no one has to suffer any harassment or abuse. Just as we go out here tell me about this election and what you think is at stake in it because when someone's going to win and someone's going to lose in the result is going to have vastly different implication. Yeah I think Our lives are at stake. I think the future of our economy and democracy and that's not hyperbole from my perspective but I think given the crisis that we're managing both economic of performing and health That that's that's on the ballot and this question of who we are as a nation and how we value whose life as a nation is really critical for the future of this country. Well I know you guys are going to be out there in force in purple From now To November a Mary Kay Henry. It's always a pleasure to talk to you. You are a you are a force and a positive force and genuine force and I appreciate your candor and I appreciate appreciate your insights and I said last time that I was going to invite you back in ten years to re review your To review all of your Your prognostications but I'm glad that it wasn't feels like it's been ten years but it's all to it does well. Let's let's do.
"mary kay" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Kay Henry. It's so good to see you again. Not Face to face but at least we can see each other and will tell our listeners that this is Mary. Kay second visit to the X. Files we had a great conversation in January of two thousand and sixteen. It was just twenty i. I think we're closing on four hundred now. Mary Kay but your story was a great story. I'm going summarize it really really quickly because there are so many things going on right now that we need to talk about but you. You're the oldest of ten kids from the Detroit Area Catholic family which may be an obvious from being the oldest of ten kids and you were a gay activists on the Michigan State campus. In a wholly different time you were attracted to labor organizing as a vehicle to promote social justice. And you've had this meteoric rise through the Labor movement and the Service Employees Union one of the few a labor organizations that has grown its ranks Over the last several decades. And you've been president of the Sei you for the past ten years. I urge everybody to check out that last conversation which I loved because you have such an interesting journey but Mary Kay we as a country are going through quite a journey ourselves right now and you and your members are right in the thick of it. Yes we are Essential workers on the frontlines of this pandemic and as the nation's largest healthcare union the registered nurses and doctors and nursing home workers in home care workers and environmental service workers and dietary workers in our hospitals nursing homes and home care that are witnessing death and separation from family in ways that. I regularly get to hear David like the emotional toll. That it's taking on. Both the healthcare workforce and the frontline workforce who feel like they're walking into life and death situations Is really hard to hold both the grief the outrage that people feel about being put in this situation without having the personal protective equipment or the sick leave or the healthcare or access to testing. They need to really take care of themselves and their families and the people that they care for in at work and the people they serve at work so yes. It's been quite an unprecedented time. I would say both for our Union and for servicing care workers all across this country. You know when we talk about powerful Labor leaders it conjures up the image of guys with eighteen inch collars and yesterday and Pinky rings. I know but that's the caricature but I know you to be a very feeling and caring person. This must take its toll on you. You have responsibility for well. Two million people plus overall but this whole sector of workers that you represent these stories must both tear you up in enrage you yes. Totally I think of our members have been incredibly generous David in allowing me to lead not just for the two million but for the millions more fighting for fifteen in a union and in this case for protection of all workers we twee think of the sixty four million people that are living and trying to do their very best. While earning poverty wages all across the servicing care economy. And it does I have to tell you I was on a town hall two weeks ago. That Elizabeth Warren and Speaker Pelosi joined us in and the stories of our members both a touch my heart in a very deep way but also fueled my fire in the way you're saying about being enraged about the situation they're in but also a recommitted the ourselves to acting together like whenever you hear. Our members are organizing. The workers were organizing speak. They talk about the heartbreak. They talk about the rage but they are going to persevere through their absolute understanding that together. We can change this situation. So there's been you know distinctly different pictures of what is actually going on in the country One offered by the the president and the vice president Who have said that. There are adequate numbers of tests at the PPI. The protective equipment is there that People have what they need to deal with this crisis. You're painting a starkly different picture. Absolutely I have to say it's like when I hear those statements. I've WANNA like screen. Because this is a national emergency and people are still dying unnecessarily each and every day all across this country and it Cova nineteen from our perspective is laying bare a deep racial and economic inequality that has been woven into our economy and democracy for a very long time. And that's why we. We are calling on every elected official to respond morally to this crisis but also because it makes good economic sense to make sure that each and every worker is on the on the front lines of this pandemic is protected and has the health and safety. They need because the country can't recover from the pandemic if millions of workers are continuing to be exposed and share it because they can't take a day of paid sick or because they don't have healthcare to go see a doctor that inequity has to be addressed and in order for us to recover our health as a nation and our economic wellbeing. It's a really interesting thing I mean. This really has held a lens up to the great faults in our society and this whole discussion all of a sudden there's an acknowledgement of what an essential worker is the the way we pay people and the way we treat people doesn't reflect event. I've so many workers David say I was essential all along and people are just waking up to the fact that I was essential. And that's what we're hearing. That people are risking everything to go to care for elder in. Someone's home I heard this from Kim Thomas from South Carolina. I don't have the protective equipment I need. I'm not paid sick and I don't have healthcare. I'm in this triple whammy and nobody's helping me figure out how to put food on the table and protect myself and stay healthy. The good news and bad news is these workers are finally being acknowledged as essential and what essential means is. They have the honor of going out and risking their lives. Well people who frankly in different kinds of jobs Jabs at generally pay more can stay home and operate from home and aren't exposed in this way and some of that is translated into the inequities in these numbers of who actually has been infected and who has died as a result of this. And you see it. Really distinctly among People of Color and the disproportionate amount of suffering and loss. We've seen there and that includes many your worker. That's exactly right There's an outrageous number of black and Brown Working People and their families being infected and dying because black and Brown workers are on the front lines of this pandemic as airport workers as a nursing assistance as working in hospitals service. And care jobs all across. And it's just wrong. We think that's what has created a reckoning in this country for understanding that we reject the idea that underlying health conditions are the source of the reason why more black and Brown people are dying. I think it's racial and economic inequality That hasn't That is hitting those communities hardest in this pandemic the deprivation of sort of basic and reliable healthcare and some of these communities part of this so. I don't think you can separate out those two things that you know. If you don't have access in the at the front end to the kind of health care preventative healthcare that you need And you're out there and being exposed to this it's axiomatic that you're gonNA see a higher rate of sickness and death among those people that's right that the government incorporate choices to leave these communities unprotected. Were was happening long before. Kovin where lack of access to healthcare jobs. That don't provide health care a less services in these neighborhoods and communities no union rights. Those communities are put on the edge of survival pre covert and now most at risk because of Kovin. You know you said that you want to essentially calling on our our leaders to exercise more leadership in addressing these inequities that have been so exposed. But you can see the other side of the argument forming With is our economies in disarray. We don't really have the resources to do anything extraordinary at this time. You you labor itself. Prophets in times of high unemployment when workers are in demand. Now we have thirty. Three million people Drawing unemployment insurance and eager to work in many of them won't have jobs to go back to sadly this fantasy that things are going to snap back overnight in everybody can go back to. Their jobs is not true. And you've had a lot of businesses that are teetering on the brink. A lot of them smaller businesses. So I I completely hear your argument and I think it has tremendous merit. But YOU'RE GONNA get a lot of pushback as you always do in suggesting that now is the time to rework our social compact to rework our economic arrangements to reinvigorate labor rights. So tell me why why you feel. This moment is going to be different. I think we've seen this great divide as you've described and the top. Ten percent of our economy is actually reporting doing better than they've ever done. You know you've heard the recent reports about net flicks and zoom and some parts of the financial sector are flourishing in this kind of disaster environment. And so that's one issue. The second issue is government has been underfunded for decades and I do think. This is a moment of reckoning. David like what kind of future do we want for? All of us in this nation and are we going to address the pain and inequality and injustice once and for all or are we gonNA further solidify a status quo where there's way too much wealth concentrated at the top of our economy. And it's a roading are. Were seeing it right now. It's eroding our capacity to recover as a nation because of how unequal things are we. We talked last time about the several decades leading back to the mid seventies erosion of labor participation of Labour's ability to leverage things for their members. Were now at a place. Where one in ten workers in this country belong to unions only six percent in the private sector. And you've said I think I think you've said but for only forty. Two percent is our our traditional labor organizations. Even feasible At this time. So what do you foresee I mean you? You ARE A FORWARD-LOOKING LEADER. How do you foresee this unfolding last summer? You were talking about unions for all in a different vision of what unions should and have to be in the future so tell me now that we're in the midst of this disaster. How you what you expect to emerge from this relative to the Labor movement. Well we moved from unions for all to protect all workers as that pandemic was unfolding on our members and service workers because we understood that the thing we needed to demand of corporations and our government was a response on health and economic security in this crisis and I actually think what we're seeing David across the country is that workers have had it the ones that are having to go show up for work and and are not getting the protection they need are walking off. The job are doing demonstrations on social media are speaking out and telling their stories in ways that are incredibly courageous given what they're facing each and every day and to me that suggests that as we come out of this pandemic and the economic crisis we are moving trillions of dollars from the federal government into the hands of primarily businesses at the moment..
Couples Therapy And the Coronavirus with Certified Relationship Therapist Mary Kay Cacharo
"Let's bring in our special guests. Mary Kay could Shero. She's the certified Imago relationship therapist. She's been working with couples and families for over twenty five years. She utilizes encounter centered couples therapy for communication conflict resolution anxiety and depression. Her expertise is needed. More than ever these days. Welcome Mary Kay are you doing? Okay thank you bill. Thank you for inviting me onto the show You know it's not a merry go round. It's a roller coaster. And just like all the people I'm working with their good days and there are days that are more challenging than others so it would seem that there are different types of couples that we've got listening today. We've got new couples where they're together all the time for the first time and it's all good and we've got old couples. They're together now more than there used to being together and we've got the loving sexually active but together now all day and all night and all day all night and all day and all night. We've got couples that were already stressed. Pre pandemic in pre safer at home. Then we've got couples with kids and we've got couples that were kind of getting ready for divorces but they're together all the time and then we've got couples that are running out of things to talk about. So let's let's address the different couples for just a minute so the couples that are running out of things to talk about. Let's start there Mary. Kay How do we manage that kind of situation? Well first of all. It's clear that when we talk about couples we're talking about two people. There are couples. Who are trying to homeschool their children and to to to them and clean the house and Cook and all of this without the help of secretaries nannies and housekeepers and teachers so there's an awful lot of stress there also people who are unemployed who really have too much time on their hands and they really are feeling bored and lethargic and they're beginning to ruminate and worry and and sink into a bit of depression some seeing high anxiety in the couples that I'm working with and I'm also seeing some- slipping into some lethargy and depression for mothers and you know so much of what is going to happen. Between two people is contingent upon. What's happening in each of those individuals so depending on how strong the couple is like what you were saying if a couple already has some cracks bill and seeing those cracks widen a one of the things we know is that the divorce rates in the Asian countries. That are a little bit ahead of us in this journey had higher divorce rates. When I think about that I think it's really to the point of what you said. Which is that. These are probably couples where there was already Some discontent couples. That weren't getting along who don't communicate well and certainly being locked down together. Intensifies all fat. This is also maybe a life death experience so people suddenly start reassessing. What's important is that that kind of motivator or is it just a stress reaction that you're seeing. I think that when we are under existential threat as we are now that it accelerates our decision making kind of like when I have a couple. I'm working within. Somebody's diagnosed with cancer. You know suddenly it's the stakes are higher. People start to think if this is all I've got left. Is this the way I wanNA spend it now? In my world we see in the intensive care unit. How families as well as practitioners that this kind of stress tends to bring out the best as well as the worst in various individuals. Have you seen the same? With respect to the couple's absolutely I've been getting a lot of requests to help people to let go of the marriage in a very conscious way a less stressful way and conversely I've seen a lot of couples really grow closer because they're depending on each other their reprioritising. What's actually important? They're spending time with their children. Maybe for the first time or maybe for the first time in a long time. They're really hyper focused on family and that improves the relationship. Have you seen challenged couples because of the situation get together? I absolutely have. I've seen couples really let go of some of their petty differences in the face of this more important life threatening situation. You know when you talk about the fact that suddenly we have this existential threat that we're facing when you think about our lives things that seem to be so important day in and day out and you're saying that people now are sort of redefining. What's really important? What can you do in your couples therapy that can help people continue to focus on? What's important once? This pandemic is over. My fear is we're going to just go right back to our same superficial lives focusing on those things that are really important and yet I somehow think has terrible as this is that it's an opportunity globally for us to start learning and focusing on really what's important as human beings. Initially I think we experience this is acute stress. This was new. It was different. It was frightening. It required a lot of transitioning and now people are starting to say things like well. This isn't a sprint anymore. It's a marathon. Yeah this is going to last longer than we initially anticipated. And it's going to require and new normal. Do you find that. The external stress that's placed on us in some couples is bringing them together and other couples has exactly the opposite effect. It ends up being kind of transference sort of thing where you end up putting stress into the relationship. Where the actual stresses outside. Absolutely because I find that a lot of people aren't very fluent in there are articulation of. What's actually going on emotionally for them? This is not created in pandemic. Our adaptation to stress happens in our childhood but then we carry it into our adulthood. And most of the time we can manage and have a mature cortex. That's called our adult brain. The toddler brain is the reactive part of the brain where all in toddler brain more or less right now because the threat is so unusual. It's so different than anything we've experienced before so we're having to adjust and the thing that I am hopeful about back to what you had asked Steve about you know. Is it possible that we're going to actually use this? As an opportunity to change is that I think if couples manage the stress right now together they can begin to heal some of the dysfunctional adapt patterns that they have and they can really get through this
Selling Internally: Prepare for Impact - Alex Smith
"Have you ever had a great idea at your workplace but it was never implemented? I've had ideas. That had amazing excitement and launch and others that are currently sitting in an idea. Graveyard somewhere in likely will never be brought back to life and everything in between so my tip today will help you with actionable ways to prepare you to present your next idea work so that it has the best chance to make the biggest impact. I'm someone that always loves challenging myself to come up with new ways of doing things. I really look at sales as an art form. And it's up to us to be creative on how we want to approach it. If I ever lose a sale I always want to ask what I could have done differently so I started doing the same with ideas. One consistent theme that I began to notice was that all of my improvements really centered around how they were presented and my process ideas are no different than the products and services. You might be selling so why not adopt similar sales processes the next time you need to present them. Many of us know the importance of getting our sales process right. We put intricate detail into them. They are the lenses that make our forecasts crystal clear any smudge on the Lens and we clean it up immediately. We've all learned some amazing processes. Whether it's been from David Weiss and MED picker trae Simonson and Joint Action Plan. Whatever process you liked US urge you to treat your ideas with the same level of care that you would to one of your sales plans. Your ideas reflect your creativity and you want to give them the best chance to succeed so list out your ideas and go through deliberate sales process with each. I guarantee you could translate whatever current sales process or process. You subscribe to in order to sell your ideas. Just think about it. Each idea will solve a problem for your organization and delivers a specific impact. List out each idea. The problem it solves and next to the impact your organization if you solve it a pick chart for ideas if you will make the idea personal your boss. Might WanNa make quota but your CEO needs to increase market share. You need to know how your idea and show how your idea generates revenue in quantify it and you need to create urgency. How will this get your boss and upper management's attention to act create a chart enlist this all out? One of my favorite sales quotes also applies to ideas. If the problem is the reason to change the impact is the urgency to change. I like to say things like if we continue to do things this way. This is what we might be risking or not capturing by failing to try this when you create impact. Make it massive. If it is a massive likely won't gain enough attention or to really catch on you want momentum and excitement you're looking for. I love that idea. Let's do it not. Oh yeah that's a good idea. And then crickets. Can you gain support for the idea across the organization if so with WHO? What's your budgeting process? Look like budget timelines. Does it require a financial investment? If so what's the ROI even better? Can we start with no revenue investment if the investment is not revenue but just productivity time clearly spelled out all things you can put in a chart? You're going for. How can you make it really easy? For Management to say yes remove friction and make them think that they lead little to no extra work on their end and this will just be extra money. That's coming in mark. Cuban one set a great quote when he said the greatest value you offer to. Your boss is to reduce their stress so clearly show them. How your idea does that for them? I'm always eager to get ideas out there but to make them really catch on. We need to put a deliberate process behind them. There's so many examples of people doing that in this community who came up with a new idea. Internally to increase visibility with senior execs get promoted increase influence at companies and learn along the way a quote that really guides me on the importance of selling ideas and building. Excitement was said by the iconic businesswoman and founder of Mary. Kay Cosmetics Mary. Kay Ash when she said a mediocre idea that generates enthusiasm will always go further than a great idea that inspires no one so I urge you to go forth and create a killer process with your next idea at work in generate incredible excitement at your organization. I'd love to hear from you on what ideas you've pitched that worked well and maybe also we can swap stories of one's that didn't talk about why. I'm always gained a chat.
"mary kay" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"Weekend and she was a role model for all of us women in in the business at that time and I thought well God imus funniest Shit. I'm going to write a script and I met had met Linda blood worth who was Thomas. Then she was just. She was blend from Poplar Bluff Missouri. Who had just moved out that? She was teaching English in Watts at Jordan high school and she really made me laugh and we hit it off and I I had this idea based on a real real thing that happened working at CBS Kind of an all about eve saying with Mary this really cute wholesome girl. WHO's you think? Wait a minute is she who she says she. WHO's an intern? Anyway we wrote a SPEC script. We got an agent the agent of the head writer on Maude the next day and suddenly we had writing assignments we did mash. We did Mary Tyler Moore. We did fill us just went into the writer's room with everyone there was has no writer's room back. Then you had your own episode to do and then they would work with it after you turned it in I see Larry Gelbart and the whole Mash Group. The director whose name is escaping me right now go beat the writers guild the directors guild president. Very very sucks knows Jerry Sax. Now this was early on but it'll come to the Larry Gelbart and this man who was a wonderful human being mentored us in the most wonderful lovely way Jim Brooks was a mentor on Mary. Tyler Moore and Albert Allen Burns and then I was asked by Norman Norman to write a pint Robert Director. No the movie wrote the pilot couple of pilots. Norman Larry Charles no not pre before that was in the early Seventies. Yeah you you were a mere child. Well but anyway Norman. We had written a pilot for Norman that eventually became one one day at a time but many other writers later and he called me in on Mary Hartman and wanted me to play Mary Hartman sister. Kathy that I I saw that Loretta role and I said I was born to play that just like I was born to play. Diane and I said that's the role I went so there were lyrics in the script but no music so I wrote. I created a tin for the lyrics. And I said can I please audition as well for the Loretta role and eventually got and got it and that is where everyone got to see so when you did a guest spot on Maude where you a friend of Carroll's is that what you were. What role do you play on? Maude no it was an all in the family. It was working on March. Jim I see that the actual part was on all in the family and it was Gloria's friend okay and my girlfriend and I had on ninety ICTY little short nightgowns and we were to slumber party with Sally struthers yes and her mom Yo right Jean Stapleton. Yes but what is her name. I can't wait and reboot amazing recently. Yeah I didn't see it is on Hulu. It's on hiding. Get a chance to cancel afraid though to be honest but it was fun. I mean nothing's going to replace original cast but it was really really really fun. Charles S stoobant. Does that sound right or now. Yeah so you know it's interesting. Forgive me may you know who you are. He's passed away. What is interesting though? The stories of how people are able to find a way in because there are many people who type nine hundred thousand pages for other shows or you know how to roll here had roe there. But you're still here. Why do you think you're still? You're still with it and that people still want you. Well I don't know why people still want me but I'm still in because I don't give up and because nine joy very much the work and I'm and I don't care how much I get paid I'm starting to care more but I mean it's not about the money they never has been right. It's about what is the part. What does it say about the human condition? What does it say about? What is it to be human? And what are we sharing. Yeah what are what kind of story are we telling and there are plenty of things But not too many that. I've been in that I've done as favors or because I simply wanted to work. I wanted the exercise of work but most of it and I've done a lot of small independent independent films but there was a scene or some part of the part that spoke to me and move me in some way and I thought this is a good story to tell because in the nineties in the late nineties early two thousands. You were the Indie Darling. You were in so many independent films what. What did you attribute that resurgence of Mary? Kay place well. I took a break after Mary Hartman ended. We did three hundred and twenty five episodes in a very short period of time. It was. We did five shows a week. It was all consuming everybody. The person that cleaned the restrooms uh-huh was needed to go to arrest. After that. I mean it was an and it was the mid seventy six seventy seven. The whole country was in nuts. Let's nuts people were doing drugs. It was insane. People Jones That member that bus kidnapping the mcclinton the children in it was it was a crazy time out on the bicentennial. Yes we had that on Mary Hartman. The out it was a crazy crazy period. The most conservative people were doing things they had. No business doing I made three albums albums for Columbia records during that time. That was a lot. Plus five shows week plus movies the scheduling of all of that was insane sane because people were doing drugs and behind schedule Sanchez. Some certain directors of projects and things and so there was so much dress involved. It was all exciting but also doing three albums. I never imagined I would be doing that because I'd never been on the road road. I always love singing out. Always love writing songs. But I hadn't pursued that as a career because I thought I had no business and when I had opportunities for -tunities to make albums I thought it would be Laverne Shirley sing the fifties hits on not wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with that. I loved it but I thought if I'm going to do this I really really WanNa take it seriously and do a real album. And when Emmylou Harris came along and her producer Bryan Hearne I had a chance to work with you. Know Dolly Pardon and all the top musicians and singer songwriters and it was so thrilling and so exciting and it was just unbelievable unbelievable. But I really hadn't done all the homework so again. There was a lot of nerves and extra not making the albums but performing live. I didn't didn't have enough experience doing that. So all of this. I was fried as a country. Corn Fritter The end of this period. It and I had a sort of depression because I needed to go to the next level of consciousness And I was still using my old family ways of being and I needed to carve out what worked for me so I took some At work during that next decade the eighties But I I really had to work through a big depression because that was the only way I would stop. That's right 'cause I would just kept going going going because I didn't know any better. I didn't know how to pace myself. I WanNa ask you about that and we will talk about this dream of therapy so interesting. We're going to go to break real quick. We've got Mary Mary Kay Place. We'll be right back after this. You Know Michelle. I wake up every morning on. I stretch then. I meditate now. Are you still meditating every day. I love it you know. I wish everybody had the opportunity to because it clears a space in your consciousness for new information new consciousness to come in and it allows as you to kind of do an inventory of the things you don't need anymore absolutely and there's so many people that aren't like myself that are not able to do it on my own yet. I still use an APP. No Shame Ame no game. Let me tell you something. I absolutely love Com..
"mary kay" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage
"I wear ninety percent of the jobs jobs I have so I wanted nothing to do with the way I normally look. I wanted to be totally different thus having dark hair and I did not want to die my own hair dark because it's too hard on your hair. Yeah and because I didn't WanNa have to worry about my hair There was one look. We put that WIG on and I but I was really strict about the whig. We got an. I insisted on being there for the you know to find it. Yeah so we again would not be arrested by the whig pulling who did it. Who did that? Because it's a good whig. Someone made it and I'm ashamed to say I can't and New York yes. Yeah Yeah was made in New York and I'm sorry whoever you are that I cannot say as it buried Berry Hint Hendrickson from bits and pieces. It could be but I I literally early cannot even remotely remember but I was thrilled when we got it and it was an easy wig to where it was comfortable and it worked. Yeah now have. Have you worn wigs in in movies before yes and do you have do you keep the week. I have a few from big love. Bet there for a Mormon warm. They're they're more along the Brady so I shouldn't cut them and use them for something but I've never done ended. I never seem to have time to. You can bring that to whatever you're doing and a real Wiegmann have their way. Yes I've never figured out what I would would. It's only the back portion. It's it's three. It's a three quarter. Yeah Yeah now We're going to break in a minute and we're going to talk about Loretta from Mary Very Hartman. Mary Hartman which also should talk about this dream thing because this is I want to talk about this dream thing is so brilliant. We've never heard of that. I never heard of that and it feels it feels like use some of that in the movie. Diane we are going to go to break in the movie. Diane there is one section that in my mind I don't have to. I know the answer to this but in my mind it was a dream. sequence where Diane partake in a little extra curricula. That was definitely dream. Yes people have thought it. There have been people who've written about that scene just outraged. Yeah they would do that. And it's a dream. Yes she would never do that without giving anything away. Diane does something I don't know how would you put it. I don't WanNa give anything away though. Not unexpected she does something very unexpected with a very young dude and who is the most soulful one of the most selfless human beings. I've ever met my libraries and real life director. Oh what where was it film this movie upstate New York upstate New York Kingston Aria and the movie when I read the credits I saw names. I thought wait a minute glenis. That was Glenis. O'Connor Glenn is the Konaga. Yeah absolutely from EMI teen movie from the seventy s ever to Billie Joe everything she she. You don't recognize her in this because she's she's a six year the woman. Yeah but that's the beauty of it when you don't recognize and then you go there's a twinkle and you think Oh my God how. `Bout that ensemble cast ask women who are unbelievable aren't they. Oh My van Patten Joyce van Patten and That woman who plays the The cigarette smell Somerville. Yes I just saw her in Palm. Did you see that movie bums unbelievable at that kitchen table. Oh it's we don't limited time one day to watch everything you guys don't wear over well over content taking up about the movie. Diane which Mary Kay Place has won the best actress award worked for the L. A. Critics which says which is you're talking about the critic I you know. I know the nominations for the officer and the National Society of of Film critics yes. Mary playfully that when they were both shocking. Hopefully that will you know generate warm the academy Adamy voters because this is a film that needs to be To be seen by everyone and and you deserve an academy award for this role you really do. Have you have you picked. Lv Outfit for the La Critics Award. I do have an outfit. You're wearing I'm well. It's more casual event. So I had a at the center in Century City City at something international hotel on mental. Because they're regina does the Denna I'm going and I'm telling speech just the way I like it. It's probably too long now. It'd be not funny enough. ACCO- won the best actor nominated for. La Pat Tonio Bandera fame and glory. Pain and glory trial now. Yeah I absolutely loved. I haven't seen it. It's really moving. He's he's never been better bender. Really move me. Wow I wanna see that I think I have a screener for it but we were talking earlier about. There's not enough time in the lie in a lifetime to watch this. That's why you know on an airplane. I get to see all this stuff. Where do you where do you get to see things for me? I I the screeners as well which is does not help because the new computers don't have. DVD drives everywhere. So I so that's the problem. I just watched marriage story which I was Bologne away love. I love every second of it. Yeah because it played out like a play didn't it. Yeah it was like watching a play but for me. I'll watch them when I get ready. You know that's how I watch everything whether it's on Netflix. Hulu streaming. Hbo Go whatever it is. I have to watch everything on my laptop which is why yeah direct. TV Not necessarily or not distract you. Because I love your providers but I like to get in bed and star in the living room which I am. I'm setting up a new system there but I have a renovation to go through I but and stretch my legs out and just intern the line without you can do all Gotcha bag on brilliant. Brilliant as the second season Andrew Scott. Oh really and everyone. That's the name on everybody's everybody's tongue right now with Scott most romantic sexy flirty Lara's characterization I've ever I mean and new said brilliant. Yeah things about spirituality that weren't off pudding and but true relevant and contemporary and mindful. Yeah did you grow up with the spiritual practice a not really my fam. I'm the only person in my family that has any spiritual interest whatsoever. But my mother's mother was a born born on a farm in Mississippi raised on a farm and was a southern Baptist and became in the thirties. A Christian scientist no blew her fan. I'm sure sure. Yeah yeah and I went to that church. My mother sent my brothers and I just to expose us to something and then said take of it what you want John and don't worry about about the rest so we never had any pressure to go to church and my parents never went but I was the only one because of my highly sensitive nature richer. That thought I was intrigued by it. I got the gene that my maternal grandmother head with the spiritual interest. There's a funny scene in the movie. Diane that Talking about churches and stuff fat. I just loved so much. 'cause there's Diane sons since Wife or girlfriend is trying to get Diane to go to their church. And Diana's had enough well it's a fundamentalist church and she has zor own church. She has an Episcopal church she goes to which is much more inclusive. Yes and not as judgmental as the son. Who's Jake Klay say? By the way who's also quite brilliant. Oh my goodness I can't believe -able good things about this movie and you know having just worked with you in aging the Queen and spent quality time with you. I saw this movie and I couldn't be more proud of you. Couldn't be more proud of you just one of one. I've been a fan of you you for for many many years starting with Mary Hartman. Mary Hartman I think that's where most people yes Scott to see. That was nineteen seventy. We won't mention the I was going to say the year. Yeah well it's all on the eve. If you watch it now you can see the difference in a way it was filmed right just different different. Yeah and so how. How did you get that part? Because had you done things before that. Let's see. I was writing for television. I I came in my Volkswagen Argon from Tulsa Oklahoma. The summer of sixty nine the year once upon a time in Hollywood and I I was in and I had was a clerk. Typist Music Clara and music clearance. Which is where I learned about Music Publishing for later as Loretta Ahead publishing on a lot of my music at least have have great? They don't give it to you anymore but back then they did and So I was in production. I was a dog and a children's show. And and and then also so one of the producers. I had an assortment of jobs worked for Tim. Conway started writing some comedy sketches with him. Then I I worked for. I was on Maude Norman. Lear has been off from all in the family and the first big thing. I did I had a few little jobs but I wrote a song if communism comes knocking at your door. Don't answer that. I was trying to write because I used. Oh love to watch them as America pageants back then and there would always be this. These girls going for my talent. I am doing an original oration on America Erica versus democracy versus communism. I of Britain as Co written a Song Company that origin. So I taught it to my girlfriend who had worked at Cage Jay with she was in the News Room Patty Weaver and she was a she came. From a fundamentalist Christian family really good singer and we would harmonize together all the time and so we harmonized and we had a farmer's daughter autre motel restaurant was across the street from CBS. TV City back then and still is. We had a glass of wine at lunch. Which one was they did back in those days? Now I would. I'd have to go take a nap. Ha But And we were singing that song and the parking lot coming back back and the head writers for all in the family heard the song and Toll Norman about it and he said and she was just getting ready to leave. She'd walked back up up to the Mary. Kay will y'all sing that song and I mean my throat closed. I couldn't believe he and he said how we sang it. He roared laughing. He's at how would he liked to sing that on all in the family on an episode. We'd love it. Yeah you you know. What do you mean? There's no thank you. We'll pay you. Yeah now so that was the first big break. But then later I started so I was typing nine hundred. Twenty five thousand versions of scripts for Maude Work for the head. Writers and Bob Schiller and Bob Wise Cough and my friend Barbara Gallagher and and Civil Edelman decided to write a spec Mary Tyler Moore scrip which was all the rage back the faithfully every.
"mary kay" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Got a play of the day a couple of stats of the day. Here's one I was not aware of this then by the way we were talking about the commercials with Baker Mayfield. I thought I text you guys over the weekend. Because they're like three or four. The Baker Mayfield. Okay you did and I blow. Oh boy these these. Just don't play as well as they would if they were in the playoffs as opposed to be on on the outside looking in yes he right because when you have a disappointing season it's less cute to watch baker walk around lost in the stadium. Hey you know should we go. Trim hedges or something. I don't know maybe should've read the playbook book that's the way it comes off. They should've shot a commercial on just in case they didn't make the playoffs. Like that would have been interesting because then it would come out that they filmed an alternative and Baker agreed to film something where his mind was. I'm making the playoffs and we would destroy a month. Oh I know I'm just talking about not for my consumption for for our content to be able to talk about something like that but yeah when you get in early I hope Lamar Jackson. Doc Do this. I mean if he wants to make money great. I still go back to what Andrew Luck did and I thought it was a brilliant decision. Andrew Luck I got in number one pick. He was supposed supposed to be a future hall of Famer he didn't do any endorsements. Rg Rg three. Did all the endorsements he took all of them and and you get in and then all of a sudden you're doing these commercials and then you put yourself out there and once you put yourself out there then they start to pick you apart. If if you're not winning Peyton those commercials always played well because Peyton was still being Payton. He was winning. But when you're not then then it becomes a little more painful when you start to watch those and that's what I was seeing with the Baker Mayfield commercials. They're not quite as funny. Yes mclovin Mahomes didn't do any as I do but both you know to be fair. Lock in Mahomes both signs of professional athletes. I don't know day. The money was not mahomes is made up for lost. Time wasn't in starting his first year right and he had philosophy. I won't go on AD. He was offered a lot of stuff. Even you know like basic stuff he wouldn't even do cardio ships. I still haven't gotten word in this. Drives me crazy. Every time I see those Aaron Rodgers commercials how did he hire that guy. is his agent. See like a buffoon yes it. It seems like if Aaron Rodgers couldn't put up with Mike McCarthy he can't put up with that guy yes what if next time. Mike McCarthy's asked about his relationship with Aaron Rodgers. He blames his shaky the agents he was the middleman of the whole thing and puts that guy out there. Remember that guy with a good haircut and bad attitude I I don't know who Aaron Rodgers Real allegiant is i. I'm curious I would be curious what he thinks of that. Because he's portrayed as that's Aaron Rodgers agent and how Aaron would keep that guy employed is it just absolutely baffles the mind right speaking of the Cleveland browns. Nobody covers the browns better better than Mary. Kay Cabinet the Browns beat writer for the Cleveland Plain dealer. It's always something there in Cleveland and We were just talking about those Baker Mayfield commercials. How are those playing in Cleveland when Mary Kay well actually I think they're getting great reviews but it would have been a lot better if he had won this year? I think the bloom bloom is off. The rose a little bit with Baker right now and he needs to get the fans back on his side. The browns missed the playoffs this year because of what coaching I one hundred percent thing that it was coaching they picked the wrong head coach and he just was not able to get anything out of this this offense and they really underachieved and it just should not have been. You can't have Nick Chubb. Kareem Hunt Odell Beckham. Junior Jarvis Landry Baker Mayfield field and not being in the playoffs right now. When did you start to sense? This merica very early on I. I was very concerned very very early on in the process us That this was not going to go well and Unfortunately that was proven correct but I I had grave concerns from and the data hired him really because I watched it. And I've been around these teams and sometimes you bring in personalities and when you have about young coach and a young quarterback and you have big personalities that it can be a recipe for disaster You're not it's not like Julio Jones's your wide receiver and he doesn't doesn't say anything. He just acts like a hall of Fame Wide Receiver. I just wonder what this team is going to look like next year. And we'll get to that in a moment but is this an attractive attractive job right now. I think it is a very attractive job right now. And I can tell you that The candidates that they are interviewing thing are so excited about this job at least most of them are really ready to jump at the chance if they get the opportunity and why is that well for many reasons including The fact that this is still a very talented roster and again it just needed a firm hand some leadership some great coaching thing. And all of these guys. I'm sure believe that they can be that guy. All right is WHO's the leading candidate right. Now you know. I don't know who the leader leader in the clubhouse is right now they're playing it close to the vest I would have to think that Kevin's defence key. Because he was Paul depressed man my year. that that he's got ought to be a finalist in this thing I don't know if he's the favourite because I think there's a lot of sentiment in the building for Josh mcdaniels and everything that he brings to the table including the fact that you no he is from here. This is his dream to coach the Cleveland Browns and he's interviewed with this team to other times. He's got head coaching experience. So I would think that those two guys probably will be amongst the finalists. I don't know who will end up with it but I don't know there's just something about the fact that Kevin's too fancy that he blew away everyone one of the building last year and then came back and strengthened his resume here. I just think that's something to keep an eye on. We'll go back junior B with the team next year. Great Question For Right now I'm going to say yes but I think it's something that will be discussed in the offseason not just amongst themselves but but with Odell with his agent. I think everyone needs to put their heads together and make sure that this is an equitable situation for everyone and I preface this by saying I don't know L. Tale Beckham Junior. I know he's extremely talented. I would not want that situation if I'm a head. Coach is is much of a luxury as he is. I still think they are. Ah I got a young quarterback who I thought went out of his way to try to please people trying to please those wide receivers and that's not what you want in that position and I just it it makes me nervous going into it would make me nervous because Baker Mayfield was really good and then he turned out to be really bad and and a new coach in there and off new offense minded person in there but I still have to. I gotTA acquiesce to those wide receivers. And I just don't know if if you can do that in. The team concept Mary. Kay I think it can be done once again With the right coach this was not the right staff to try. Try to manage or handle that situation. They just were not up to the task. But you know if you get someone in there that knows how to handle an Odell Beckham junior jarvis or slander Baker Mayfield and get those guys all pulling in the same direction especially on Game Day. Yeah I think I think it can work But I do think that they should probably take a hard look at it. Yeah I just. I'm suspicious with that. Like the giants got rid of Odell Beckham because they were going to have a a quarterback in a similar familar situation to Baker Mayfield in Daniel Jones was probably going to go out of his way to make sure that Odell got his touches. You guys had as much offensive skill position players. Is Anybody in the league. If you start to think of it you got two really good running backs you got to really good wide receivers and you. You had a good tight end and joe coup and then you got Baker coming off that rookie season and I know that's why everybody fell in love with him. But Man I just I wonder about the the wide receivers receivers there. I don't know I do it. You know what I mean. It's a valid concern Also because they both make a ton of money and and there's sort of a package deal so excited to be together Jarvis and Odell so I think You can almost look at it globally and think okay. Are we going to start over with young receivers levers or are we going to try to move forward with these two guys and see if we can make it work with a really good coach. I'm sure we'll be in touch Mary. Kay always interesting there in Cleveland. And maybe we'll get to talk about something good for change one of these days. I'm sure we will thank you Mary. Kay Mary Kay Cava Cleveland Plain dealer. CLEVELAND DOT COM. Yeah I'd heard last night. Josh mcdaniels. According to my sources that this person said he would be the guy he thought because he's from the area but even my source said I would not take that job. I would not take that job because you have to do a makeover in the locker crew. That's really hard to do on the field. That's one thing in the locker room. That's different and I don't know how you go about doing that. But you gotta get somebody. They're going to respect. You're not gonNA get somebody you can't have somebody in there. WHO's a pushover? And you gotta get somebody who's GonNa make Baker Mayfield more like he was his rookie season. But man you start to look at that talent those who has two running backs like that the NFL. And then you had those those two wide receivers who win on the same page on the same field are spectacular. But but you know all of this shouldn't be on Freddie kitchens but it started with Freddie Kitchens and he just wasn't the right guy in the right personality their Club isn't there also the problem with ownership. I mean I read both the owner and his wife seemed to cause a lot of trouble and they kind of swoop in it feels like and they insert themselves else and man. Does that. Make me nervous. 'cause you should stay. You made enough money however you did it in the trucking industry or whatever By Hooker Crook between depositions. They check on that team. You should just stay running your business not the toy that you bought because you we're very good with your business like Daniel. Snyder made a lot of money. Just stay in your lane.
"mary kay" Discussed on Female Criminals
"In September of that year Mary. Kay students got a thrill they'd remember for the rest of their lives. Their teacher went into Labor in the middle title of class. One of the children watching in awe as Mary. Kay's water broke was a second grade boy named Villi. F- allow the seven year. Old was Samoan American with Brown skin and jet black hair. He stood out in a school. Where at the time every teacher was is white and so were most of the students? If Mary Kay felt differently about Villi than her other students she hadn't yet shown it if anything she felt Pity towards him. His father was in prison. His single mother struggled to keep a roof over their heads. If Mary Kay Thought of Villi at all when she went home at night it was only to hope that he'd had enough to eat for dinner and that the lights were on at his house and she almost certainly wasn't thinking of Villi in the world of excitement when she went into Labor from the children shouting and asking questions to Steve Racing through traffic to get his wife to the hospital. She felt like a celebrity Mary. Kay's third child was named Nicholas and she doted on him every every time she had a baby. It felt like another brand new chance to unmake all her parents mistakes. They were all beautiful so beautiful they. They got away with a lot of mischief when they were little like running out the door and racing around the CONDO building naked. Nobody could stay mad at the Latino golden but inevitably no matter how good her intentions Mary. Kay always found her life slipping back into chaos she forgot to pay her baby sitters and sometimes came home hours later than she promised. The house was always a mess and she fought with Steve in in front of the kids worse yet Mary. Kay was already repeating her. Mother's biggest flaw. She favored her eldest son Steven over over her daughter. Mary Clare many mothers have a special bond with their first child but this was more than that. She practically made seven year old Stephen into to a surrogate partner asking him how her outfits looked and taking him on all day. Shopping excursions to Nordstrom's.
Gotham Awards: 'Marriage Story,' 'The Farewell,' 'Uncut Gems' Lead Nominations
"Okay Amanda the Gotham awards what do you know about the Gospel awards they are New York based yes is Gotham is a stand in for New York and uh-huh well done thank you and they are an indie film awards and they always have the ceremony pretty early in the season and their speed teaches are often really vibrant and kind of make some noise that people are usually recapping them are doing videos of the acceptance speeches that's right the nominations are usually driven by journalists and critics whereas the awards themselves are usually chosen by people in the New York Film Community this year's collection of films is sure thing and I think it highlights the New York versus La Aspect of this award show I would say that this is a very good collection of films but not terribly represented of of where Oscar is going to be going this year so let's just mentioned a couple of the categories we can talk about what we see and if any of this really ultimately matters to the big race that we talk about on the show all the time so for best feature Lulu longs farewell The safdie brothers uncut gems trae rituals waves Noah Baumbach marriage story and Lawrence Ghaffari as hustlers now as a human man these are five of my favorite movies of the year you truly love to see you love to see it now Ah I think this list has been somewhat criticized for being the eight twenty four awards share and also Noah Baumbach a former eight hundred four filmmaker himself so there's a lot of lineage there but I don't necessarily I mean I think marriage story is pretty much a lock for best picture and you've got a chance to see it over the weekend so that we may be we can t some of that conversation talk about it but yes these other films I think the farewells probably the one that has been tabbed to have the best chance at best picture but do you see a world in which I guess these early awards shows do more than just you know sort of celebrate the films that we expect to not be recognized come Globes and an Oscar season or or do you think that this is just a forebear to what's coming I think this is probably people sharing their passions for the most part and doesn't shift a lot the only notable storyline in the future category for me as Hustler's being here because that means that people really are taking it seriously as a a capital f film in addition to a great kind unexpected box office hit featuring Jennifer Lopez sue and we talked about that a little bit of the time of Jennifer Lopez seems like an Oscar contender people take it seriously it seemed like the answer to that is yes in some ways yes but on the other hand Jennifer Lopez not nominated for Gotham you know just kind of fascinating what are you going to do with you ran does in the film community I don't know it is people expressing themselves yeah I mean there's a lot of very admirable choices kind of up and down we don't have to run through every single category here I think one thing I like about the Gotham is is that it does a lot of awards that I really wish the Oscars would do for example they have the Bingham Ray breakthrough director award and the nominees here are kind of interesting collection of people couple of films I haven't even seen Lord Clermont on Air am I pronouncing that correctly thank you can Jones's here we had him on the show earlier this year Joe Talbot from the last Bachman in San Francisco also on the show Olivia Wilde this year for book smart and films for burning came which is a film I haven't even seen yet which is yeah been released so that this is sort of like in the spirit of the indie spirits meets the Oscars meets the New York film critics are I tend to think of this award show and I think the award selves our health quite early at the end of this year as opposed to early next year and you'll be able to stream them live on the Internet and you'll get to see some of those acceptance speeches that talking about but it does feel a little bit of a lucky to be here kind of award Andre Holland you're nominated for high flying bird and be pretty surprised Andre Holmes nominated for best actor Best Actress Likewise Mary Kay Place for Diana Elisabeth Moss for her smell these are performances that will be on craigslist MHM maybe on your lists I haven't seen her smile yet I need to do that I will do that before the end of the year I'm saying it in public so that will actually happen and probably how do you feel about being in this moment this period of award season where we're like right at the were at the gates worth the Don excited I think you and I kind of went through a marathon in the last week and so we have seen most everything which is great there are a few outstanding films talk about and there are a few on my list that I haven't seen because they were at festivals and haven't really been screening for critics yet but we've seen a majority of things and I definitely just had a week where I just saw elise and I was like wow cinema I was very moved by a lot of films that I saw and so in that sense I feel hopeful and excited and you're like movies are great we have all the movies and then I started trying to make my Oscar predictions and started thinking about all of the politics and like reading from what Academy voters I had to say and it creeping sense of dread also and anger and resentment started creeping in so I would say it's a complex emotional time for me personally how are you feeling I have the same exact feeling as you and it's for that reason that we have decided at the back half of this show to make predictions make bold reckless quite likely very stupid predict predictions because as you said we've seen almost everything last week you and I got a chance to see the Irishman let me just tell you the Irishman is good. You should see the Irishman you had a chance to see marriage three yes we had a chance to see knives out which I don't think we'll be a part of the awards conversation but which was fantastic it lived up to my hopes and dreams have been screaming about it on a podcast for two months so those to receive we see something else we saw little women little women of course of course little women so all of these movies have now been put in front of us let here's here's a very short list of the movies that neither of us have seen thus more because we've done a pretty good job of doing our homework to this moment but so far we still haven't seen nineteen seventeen seventy four one film we haven't ritual Clint Eastwood's portrait of the man who was accused of the Atlanta Olympics bombing we haven't seen cats it's fine that you put this on this sliced by Mattia cats cats come in cat season is nearly upon us we haven't seen dark waters which I think is going to start screening this week we've not seen star wars episode nine the rise of Skywalker uh-huh I did read a bit of box office prognostication about episode nine today it was kind of kind of kind of grim interesting it was like this will is on track to be the lowest grossing of the sued thus far on its opening weekend maybe it's because everybody knows what's GonNa Happen I read some fan fiction or not some fan fiction no like can we just used to lead them into it yeah I read some fan fiction you know what I read some predictions based on nothing speculation is what I read about Star Wars that was essentially conviction and I got really upset about it I told you about this already we had this conversation with no let's not do that yeah but I don't know it people I it seems like people are interested in what happens I'm interested in what happens was the was it that ray is a rookie was it no it's Ray in Cairo and fuck just like the weight again pure speculation but let me go on record saying I do not want this as the really casual star wars fan who does can't remember the title of Episode Nine Not for me it's not what you want the only other movie I can think of that we haven't seen that is going to be competing this year barring maybe you're frozen to in the atom akara categories clemency which is Alfred movie that premiered at Sundance and has gotten reviews and I it was pointed out to me that there to death row movies this year with just mercy and clemency which is kind of interesting but that's only six movies between the two of US we've done a nice job hopefully we'll have a peaceful December probably not as we go through all of our takes which of these sixty think is most likely to to mess up the the narrative is we're going to break down later in the show I have on the document that I made I have one thousand nine hundred seventeen written several different times with like twenty question marks it was I just I don't know what to do with it. It is obviously a world war one epic with really athletic filmmaker gang directed by Salmon News which is Oscar Bait shot by Roger Deakins which is how you know it really is and they haven't they're releasing the behind the scenes rich of him just like running and trenches they're really leaning into we worked really hard to make us you know and it's a very showy style of directing yes their narrative is the effort yes which is an interesting thing we hear a different version of that with someone like Joaquin Phoenix and his performance in the joker we heard all about how he lost fifty pounds and he contorted his body and he I mean this physical transformation this is the full-scale movie version right of what sacrifices were made to achieve something yes and it's so funny because the the movie is not out for still another three months but I think that's really smart and the reason I have twenty question marks is because is it too late in the Oscar season to kind of really breakthrough because the people haven't seen it and the Oscars season is like a full months earlier this year and then was your so we're in a really crunched situation I think we have learned time and time again that it is harder the later you get in the season more crowded it is it's harder to get people invested in your movie you've just created a wonderful segue for our next segment let's go to stock stock down if it goes bust you can make ten to one twenty
"mary kay" Discussed on The Moth
"Still not answering. Wait five minutes buzz no answer call him on his cellphone. He's not answering so i go. This is really weird thinking about it and i'm like well. I gotta take some kind of action. He always taught me that time is finite and and and you have to always take action. That's what keeps you from getting sad and sort of stagnant so mike ring again. I guess that's action. I ring it again. Nothing's happening. Cleaning lady comes running down and she goes come quick. It's milton. Come quick out like i didn't sign up for any of this. <hes> this is terrible so so i go in. I start running up the stairs. I'm thinking i don't want to wait for the elevator and i'm thinking i don't know when i'm running into but it just keeps thinking what he said to me. Always move forward award always choose activity some charging up the steps going alam ado and thinking. We'll always said when you go forward. You'll be able to intuitively flee handle what used to baffle you jesus so get up. There look around a call his name. I don't see them anywhere then. Suddenly i see him in his bathrobe. Breath rope still. I'm like that's really weird. I mean he's not normal for him. At all. Go milton milton call. His name is respondent run up to him and i feel eliminate go. Oh my god. He's dead and it just think he's just laughed just that simple. He's gone but he kind of left this year so i'm like i don't you know what to do. So who do you call the police. It seems a little silly an ambulance. It's too late for that so i think we'll just call nine one one. They'll intuitively suitably know how to handle this so i call them and i go. Who do you send for something like this. They go. We'll send an ambulance and medical examiner. Okay all right cool so that's handled in the time takes them to get there. I have like ten minutes to kind of sit and just say goodbye and sitting thinking about how much better my life has gotten doc and because of this man over the years. I've i've not been drinking over the years been doing my writing. I at the time now have my first book contract and my first book look is coming up in just a few months. At this time i realized i'll be dedicating it to him and the minute great relationship at this point one that i'm still in eleven years later and thinking of all the things he changed in all the other people's lives all my friends lives that he's touched and he's changed and thinking amazing and then i think about how we we said days are finite. We only have so many and kind of look at him and i think certainly drove that home. In this session sir the medical examiner chums and i say one one final goodbye and i take off and for the week after that i was numb. I didn't really feel anything in this kind of surprised me but a a week later in the apartment and something's happening. I'm going oh like he's not coming back. There's not gonna be any more friday nights at six thirty. This is his totally gone. I'm like oh no. I'm having feelings. Oh no okay all right right right. You told me what to do. So i go into the bathroom. I get a towel okay. Get a towel. He'll sit on the edge of the couch is like music. You have to put on like saturday classical music. I don't have any sad classical music. I looked through my cds. It's all pretty much punk rock so i'm like i'm going to put on black flag or fear and we violently and that's going to be more more disturbing than what i went through but my girlfriend had this c._d. Of this guy who i never saw the point of it. He just plays cello. Hello and it just goes forever. I mean forever like in the key of d sad. It's just like the most brim notes notz and they go forever and i thought that is now. I know why this man made his record. I put in the c._d. Player i get my towel. I sit the feelings calm uh-huh feel them and i move forward things that was dan kennedy from a show called stiffs stories of the nearly and dearly departed. Dan is the author of rock on an office power. Ballads loser goes. I you don't want to hear more moth. Go to the mosque dot org will you can learn about all elect programs. If you have a story share make a pitch yourself right on our website. This is still <hes>. I was living in tokyo in trying to find work as an english teacher which.
"mary kay" Discussed on The Moth
"Photo- photoshop nothing so you actually have a polaroid of the dog or a very good description of the dog so once we found the reward flyer i will call up the number and i remember that even back then even though i did not know it even knowing i something told me that words have power words can save you and the word that i learned was aimlessly. The word was aimlessly because i will call and say lady lady. I think we've found your dog. He was walking aimlessly in central park and then i would take the dog but not this this time you don't take the dog with your friend you take the dog with a little with a little kid in his job was to cry so i would take. I'll take my little cousin ralphie who was very cute and i i would say roughly. If you cry. I give you buy one hundred penny candies which is a dollar dollar penny candy which one hundred candies and all he would have to do is cry so when we would would go and it was almost all the time was a doorman building build this you never had been in and lady will open the door and say oh my god thank you for bringing and my dog by my little. My little cousin will hold the dog and start crying and i was saying it's the ladies dog okay. I know you like them. Ladies dog dog. I'll get you one just like it and the lady was oh no here so here's here's the rewards all right and what made me stop. I'll to stop. It was one night and we had done this a few times. We had done this for almost a year not over a year and the rewards bat fifty dollars one hundred dollars seventy. This is a one thousand nine hundred ninety nine seventy dollars okay so that one nice that went a long way so what made me stop is one night i was watching three's company.
"mary kay" Discussed on The Moth
"It wasn't just that it was a way i thought the world works so we thought that we could all win. Everybody could get what they needed. It was really elite devastating. I felt like i might not ever be able to trust myself again. The last piece of our exit strategy was are are moved to new york. We are gonna get geographic distance start fresh someplace else. We landed in brooklyn. Neighborhood called park slope in the everywhere. We went people were either trained to recruit us into or warn us against joining the park slope food co. Uk and it. It seems so unobjectionable you know like who can argue against cheap organic environmentally friendly food community run uh-huh and part of me was really tempted because i thought i can have my density back. Everyone will know i'm a good person a- and i can belong again but there was something about the way the people we talked to are just so convinced it was the right thing for everybody that felt cre- believe familiar and i thought i know our that path leads leads so when when particularly solace friend cornered me one day and said are you going to join or not are you in or are you just took a deep breath and i looked at it in the eyes and i said sorry. I don't do religions anymore. Thank you the gender she lives in brooklyn with her husband and two daughters she leads workshops and retreats that focus on creative expression and she still hasn't joined that food co op in a moment. We'll hear a story about a teenage boy trying to make ends meet in nineteen seventies harlem mm-hmm. The moth radio hour is produced by atlantic.
"mary kay" Discussed on The Moth
"If you're struggling with your marriage how to recent loss maybe you're questioning the meaning of life call me crazy but have you considered maybe jesus as the answer uh and united sir to feel like a twenty four hour saleswoman and it started to get confusing which i was wearing at which time until when i was in target with my little red cart and i saw this lovely looking redhead who smiled so big when i smiled at her and i started into my scripts excuse me can i ask you a quick question except this time it starts it sound kind of flat like those pull string dolls that sound kind of wonky at the end and suddenly i was just thinking to she mary kate hey or does she need jesus fishing mary kay or does she need cheeses and i i don't know which one i offered her but she said no because i was acting crazy aw and she turned and walked away and i realize the problem with whenever whenever you have something whether it's a religion or business or anything else that you think is the right answer for everybody through that lens you can't help but look at everyone everyone in the world as if they're broken in needs to be fixed and i didn't wanna do that anymore so put my car to the front of the store and i drove home home. The next night was my weekly success meeting and the director upfront telling us giving us all the information about the the new lipstick formula and the changes that we're being made and i start to look around the room at these women and they were either my friends who had like recruited into it or my relatives who had recruited me into it and i was thinking about how devastating would be when i quit because i wasn't just rejecting everything they stood for but as leading down my friends i got them into i was bailing on them and then my relatives of people recruited me their income depended on me their income their status this oliver fortunes were tied together and i thought but is this really changing. Women's lives the way i hoped it would and the director surpassing passing around mirrors and lipstick samples for us to trade ourselves and i thought no. I don't think so anymore and a a couple of days. Later was the church leadership meeting and the pastor was telling us that the church's new mission statement needed to have five points one for every finger finger on the hands so people could remember it and i started looking around this room and thinking about what they would think about me. When i quit they would think i was backsliding and falling off the wagon but was even worse than that. They would think i was going to hell that my children were going to hell. If i was wrong. Maybe they would be right and i thought but is this really saving people's souls this all this that we're doing and the pastor interrupted to say the all five points needed to start with the same letter and i thought no. I don't think so anymore and so that was when i stopped trying to save the world and i decided to save myself instead from this life. I didn't want any more and it it really costs asked me. I lost my identity. I lost belonging. I lost the ability to ever be that certain or righteous about now anything ever again and if you can imagine what it's like to lose the faith and then imagine it's like to lose two at once because because even though mary kay was a business..
"mary kay" Discussed on The Moth
"I would get my red shopping cart and i pretend i it was shopping for items but really i was just hunting for women i was i was looking for women who looked q. or friendly friendly approachable. When i found somebody like this then i would just discreetly follow her through the store until we could be together in an aisle alone and then i would appear to just be walking by normally and i would slow down and in the most casual way possible. I would say these words that i'd rehearsed. I one hundred million times. I would say excuse me. Can i ask you a quick question. I'm jen with mary. Kay and we just came out with a new line of lip glosses and i need some women's opinions of it. You know i have some samples here in my bag. Is there any reason why you wouldn't want to take one home. Even try it. In this part was really important. We are trained to smile and nod while we asked the question has to do with the non verbal communication in mirroring. It's buried advanced i and if she said yes given the sample. I get her phone number. When it called her back later to thank her i would offer her complimentary appointment with me and i wouldn't mention all my appointments or complementary because it just didn't seem important so at the same time i was doing being this for my career. My husband and i were also leading helping to programs for our local church and this is the kind of church there was trained to be really hip and modern aetna's strip mall and we had a rock band a rock band leading worship up front the pastor was fortysomethings british guy and he really wants to track hap- twenty something so we were hot commodity we are right in the demographic and we started to get promoted up into higher and higher echelons of leadership so we were invites the leadership team meeting and the core leadership team meeting and i remember my first night at one of these meetings and i don't know exactly what what i was expecting but i think i'd always imagine them to be kind of soulful events and i was really dismayed to show up and discover it was this really elite tedious conversation about branding and marketing and what the churches next advertising campaign was going to be so it didn't take too long before these two worlds the church. Mary kay started to look more and more similar. They both had the lure in mary. Kay was giving out free samples but at the church we're having free events to try and get people in the doors in both worlds we were couching everything we did inside a conversation about service so mary kay's company tagline at the time was changing women's lives which if you think about it isn't that different from saving saving people's souls and and we really we really believed it. We really thought we were doing this. Even though nobody's ladies motives are pure and in both worlds i was being trained all the time to listen to people everywhere i went for whatever was missing or not working about their life an offer what we had is the solution so if you needed time or money or flexibility mary kay might be perfect for you but if.
"mary kay" Discussed on The Moth
"We have four stories for you going to hear about an evangelical marketing plan a dog napping an unplayed cornet and a therapy session. That's both disastrous and successful festival when the moth works on developing story with someone we have a few guidelines one is that we want the person telling the story to have been somehow changed by the events as as they unfold some transformational stories happen in an instant and some take much longer for our first storyteller generally transformation took most of her a young life. Here's jen live at the mar so so a lot of people are raised with the religion and i'm one of those people that was raised with two. There was our official religion religion. My family is i was at the time conservative evangelical christians but then there was the unofficial faith and hope we had in mary kay cosmetics and many of the women in my family had been married. Keep beauty consultant since i i was a child and i love jesus as long as i could remember but that mary kaye thing was hoping to dodge. Stop bullet. I was this brainy grunge girl from boulder county. I wore hemp jewelry and clothes from the salvation army. I had moral obligate objections swearing makeup and when i got a scholarship to go out of state for college. I thought i'd made my big escape but my last visit home home. I listened to one recruiting tape too many and the logic and reason finally got to me and i signed the dotted line and i started my business as mary kay beauty consultant now on paper. The business plan looks foolproof all you're supposed to need. I have one friend to host party for you where you sell skincare and makeup to her friends and then you're supposed to book two more every time series book look is never empty but i could never book two more. I use the scripts. I thought i was fun to be with. I don't know what the problem was but luckily for me there was like a hundred other ways they trained us to get bookings and one of these ways was to strike up seemingly natural conversations overseas with perfect strangers and we had we had a name for this. We call this worm chatter and i thought dammit. I am a rock this. I'm going to be the queen of worm chatter so what i'm about to tell you. I did this for a very long time about two or three days a week for two or three hours a day i would get dressed up in my a business suit and i put on my makeup in a pack my bag full of samples and i would drive to target in target..
China, Sri Lanka And Chinese Government discussed on PRI's The World
"Leaders gather in Beijing for a summit on China's belt and road initiative. It's a development strategy aimed at expanding China's links with dozens of countries through investment and infrastructure, but China is facing growing criticism over the initiative says Mary Kay, MAGS dead. She's the world's former China correspondent and host of the podcast whose century as one big case that stands out that was sort of a warning signal for everyone else that was considering belt and road cooperation with Sri Lanka. It had a big deal with the Chinese government to build a port and build an airport and when Sri Lanka could. Couldn't make its payments. The Chinese government said, okay? Well, one of the clauses in the loan was that if you couldn't make your payments. We would basically take possession of the port for ninety nine years in about fifteen thousand surrounding acres of land, and that'll repay some of your debt, not all of it. But some of them so I was actually in Malaysia last year just before the elections and what I was hearing. I mean, people were sort of coming up and talking to me, not even realizing I was a journalist and saying this election is really important because we don't want to be a colony again, you know, they saw what happened in Sri Lanka, and they thought okay, we got it. We need to be a lot more careful about not overextending ourselves. So at this belt and road initiative summit in Beijing thirty world leaders and Washington with hoping its allies would steer clear of the summit. So who's on the guest list, and what does that list? Tell us. The guest list is interesting. So it includes Russian President, Vladimir Putin Pakistan's, prime minister, Imraan Khan, the Italian prime minister Jessup. Kante Germany and France are sending ministers lower level ministers. Basically what it tells us is. There are a lot of countries in the world that are interested in infrastructure cooperation with China as long as the terms they can come to terms that are mutually beneficial. That said, you know, European ambassadors to China last year wrote a letter to the Chinese government saying your approach to the belt and road build out in Europe is Paik it's not serving the interests of European countries. And this isn't the way we do business. We would like to be involved in, you know, being able to bid on some of these contracts since that letter was written and only Hungary abstained from it out of all of the European Union ambassadors. Italy has signed on Portugal has signed on Greece and Hungary had already come to deals with China, Switzerland is interested. So, you know, there will be some cooperation with China and the United States sort of the best. Way to deal with that. If you wanna keep allies on side is to offer something better not to say, no, you can't do that just back away from that. But we're not gonna do anything to help you. So what can the US and other nations do to counter this one trillion dollar initiative or is Washington? Wrong to fear the belt and road project. Well, look, I mean, this there's definitely competition between China and the United States right now trying to as a government as an entity as a political entity has really not made much of a secret of the fact that it sees this as being it's time it's century that said I don't think that it needs to be zero sum game. I don't think it needs to be go with China or go with the United States and many countries in the world are basically voting with their feet and saying we don't wanna have to choose when we see a good deal coming from China. You know, we'll check it out and make sure it's actually a good deal. But if it works for us, we're going to do it and dozens of leaders of those countries have come to the Belton road summit and wanna show the Chinese government. You know, we're actively listening show us what you
Bill Hader on Barry | Interview
"Double sized episode of the big picture. This is a conversation show with filmmakers, and we're talking to a few of them today. The first of which you may have heard of his name is Bill hater he is. Of course, the creator the writer producer, and sometime director of a little show called Barry show on HBO that we love here at the wringer. I talked to Bill about making Barry, but more specifically just about movies because men this guy knows a lot about film, and he's really fun to talk to you. He put me on to a bunch of movies. I think if you're interested in the wider world of movies in the history of the medium, you'll enjoy this chat. And then right after that, we're going to have another interview with two people. I really admire the actress Mary Kay place who you may recall from things like the big chill. She was an EMMY winner in the seventies. She's been steadily working as an actress for the last forty years and the critic turned filmmaker and documentarian Ken Jones. Kent's first film as a narrative film maker is called Diane and Mary Kay. The star of that movie, and it's a really beautiful intimate complex portrait of a person nearing the end of their life. And how things change around them as they approach that stage. So please stick around after Bill to listen to that one. But before that, let's go right to Bill Hader. Joined by actor writer, director producer all kinds of stuff ill hater, hey, buddy. How are you? I'm doing good. So bill. This is a show where we talk about movies, and you made a TV show, but you are like the all-time movie buff. Yeah. And so I wanna talk about berry as kind of a filmmaking property. What do you think? Yeah. It'd be great now. Most people kind of friends who were like, it's kinda just, you know, a four hour movie that we've broken up into eight is that how you can send it as like. Well, the way we write it. I had never written in a in a traditional TD writing room writer's room before the only one had really been in outside of Santa live of south park. And finally kind of knew what those guys did. And it was kind of like their their shows have, you know, a three acts, and so you were kind kinda just it was never really written in order. It was kind of. We know this needs to happen. Then at some point this happens, and then towards the end, maybe this happens, and then you're kind of finding scenes at connect these things, and then it all starts changing. So I kind of did that. But with with eight episodes, I would just put one two to four one through eight up on the bore whiteboard. I would just start plotting, and you know, season one it was like, okay. So, you know, end of episode to be really good. If you know, they had this thing for rhyme Addison embarrassed starting to realize, you know, e- seizes father speak in rhyme. Adam's, father speaking, he realizes. Oh, gosh. You know, he didn't you've never seen that side of it before, you know. And then maybe it's good if you know Vaujour's following them that'd be good. You know in the in the, you know, the the way call it his his friends from Chris in those guys military guys they come in around episode. Owed four or five. So question Mark, you know, more friends years, your puzzle PC, and you're just kind of laying it out, but you laid out as a full things. So, you know, by eight it's like, I just know eight forever just had moss versus berry at the end. And we had no idea where that took place or what happened. But I I've felt and we all kind of felt like they should have she should figure it out. You know? So we knew that was at the end of eight at the end of the last episode, but we didn't know how that would happen is that more similar to the way you'd read a movie, I mean, I don't know. I I mean, I everyone has a different way of doing it some people the idea out of outlining is for bowdoin in people. I think because screen play unlike a novel novel can be as long as you want screenplay should be about under twenty pages. And when you're structuring a story for film or. Television. There has to be like structure to it. You know, now that doesn't mean in asked to be kind of like what we do or you know, that kind of Billy wilder thing. Or I, you know, where it was every everything is set a payoff, everything is super clean, and you know, that what by I love that. It's really hard to pull off in. That's why I enjoy that kind of writing. But you know, I mean, I mean, some of the best movies of Hollywood specially in the seventies were really during didn't know where it was going, but they have a structure there. You know, be too great how Ashby movies being there and last detail fron tense purposely last details just kind of a a road movie quest movie quest movie in about these two guys finding their humanity in in and trying to show this guy a good time before he goes to jail in. Kind of forgetting their jobs is in what they've learned military men and all this and an in kind of shedding their the humanity that they have to repress when I put the uniform on and all that, and it's all very emotional. But when you look at it, it's got a really great structure, you know, has a really tight structure now, I don't know if Robert towne took that book, and you know, outlined it in figured it out. But if feels that way, and so sometimes the first draft is like an outline you're kinda like you're writing I've done it both ways we write a draft to something with no outline in it. It's got a lot inspired stuff in it. But it's kind of cranky, you know. Yeah. So then you kind of go over it you show it to a friend in the gonna will head of it there. You know, this would go here what you know in the new you'd try to because you want it to feel kinda we're Ganic. But when you're doing TD showing you got thirty minutes. It's it's kinda hard to do that. Because you have to keep a tight inside frame. It really tight. Yeah. And I'm also just someone I don't like wasting people's time. And so when we got the TV show actually went back and watch TV. But I would I would read short stories was really good. I would want. I would read like Tobias Wolff for Flannery O'Connor any these people and kind of see just pay attention to the structure, you know, in in not that far off the tone of those writers. I feel like to. Yeah. Yeah. Give me and hard to find. As like totally an incredible berry template as far as gets on this incredibly funding in very disturbing at the same time. But you know, trying to understand where the emotions coming from. I think we're Alec Berg, and I worked so well together as I'm kind of all emotion, and he's all logic. And my strong suit is as weak suit in my weeks at his strong suit. Not that he's not. National is he's he's comes up. I think some
Kyler Murray commits to pursuing NFL career and turns back on baseball
"Come from Kareem hunt to some good news for the NFL. Cuyler Murray says he is a fulltime QB. Now, the Oakland A's had his locker ready at spring training for this week. Yesterday is Twitter announcement from Murray apparently the first time the as heard of this decision to the show by Murray off this was the first batch. That he didn't tell us. That's a terrible. And I didn't know this statement doesn't mention them at all statements all football. Now. The flip side is the as believe that the statement came from his football agent and was worded. So that the NFL got the correct signals. But they still think the as do they still think they have a chance to get him back for baseball. If the draft and go well, and they can give him more money than the NFL Kent Steff on the as I'm like, yo what kid good luck going to Super Bowl. And you want to play baseball game. Go pick another team. This wasn't the best college baseball player coming out either. So it wasn't like he was really. He's a great athlete. Great deal. Great athlete for sure really good player. But I mean, if I'm as do especially that weight off the professionalism of the contact right now is stock to drop a little bit to where he fell to tonight. The overall the Oakland because there was the fear that baby he would decide to play football. But. Yeah. He's he's a really talented player. We'll see where where does. And that's a bad job though. I mean. They paid them one point three million dollars. You gave them over a four million dollar signing bonus you're due to pay 'em. You know, a three point one billion dollar what was left of that Buddhist March. I you have a locker set up at spring training. And then you find out via Twitter that he's committing to the National Football League. Now, we're talking about it earlier in terms of his size. I would have to believe obviously that we might not know what is true sizes by collar Murray, obviously and his agent they know where his true is. And if he was actually five seven, I calibre would probably be committing more to baseball. Then he would the national football true. True. Oh, I mean. So we could discuss baseball hall to right? But I mean, but you look in Mookie Betts is what five eight. Great exotic. He's not a big guy five eight five nine. Maybe he's five nine a scion Oklahoma column. Mary kay. He he better to ninety six and twenty teen and the two thousand seventeen okay, he better twenty two something he played that much. I guess that's what it sounds like. I mean, he had he had fifty six hits in two thousand eighteen yet six hits twenty seventeen. So it sounds like maybe it was injured dot I was I can't see them saying some towns Watson, I play baseball. But I mean, it's a good good batting average. But I'm just saying like this is not like he wasn't the top guy coming out of, you know. The college baseball draft here, you know. So it's like the as if I'm the as and he does that that's disrespectful, man, that's unprofessional. Why would? Bets is five nine. So they get nothing, by the way. If he does stay with football. They don't get the pick back because they already signed to a contract had they not signed him. They would have gone a compensation pick. But since they did they get nothing. Really? Well, they took the gamble. There were guys that night that said they were surprised that the as took the gamble then I'd overall pick. But if Murray was completely committed to baseball, and he wasn't gonna play Oklahoma football for a year. That many people thought that he would go he would be available for the athletics with the ninth overall pick. So we'll see maybe they maybe they believe that we'll see in the draft process. Maybe it'll be a great indicator in terms of of what Murray ultimately decides to do. But right now he's
Officials defend actions after migrant girl dies in custody
"Made the difficult journey through treacherous terrain. This is just a very sad example of the dangers of this charity, according to DHS customs and border patrol agents. Apprehended the girl and her father on December six at the antelope wells border port of entry in western New Mexico along with a group of migrants turning themselves in to the US agents. It was there that DHS says her father at first told border agents his daughter was in good health. It was noted on an English language intake form that the father signed. But he does not speak English. The father and daughter waited for hours before boarding. Rush to a nearby border station. DHS says on the way to Lord Burgh, New Mexico ninety five miles away the girl ran a high fever and started vomiting at one point. She stopped breathing agents revived her and called the head for emergency medical help just over an hour after reaching the border station. She was airlifted to providence children's hospital in El Paso, Texas, one hundred sixty miles away. Her father traveled there separately. The girl suffered cardiac arrest in the hospital was revived but did not recover. She died on the morning of December eight the coroner has not ruled on her cause of death this family chose to cross illegally. What happened here was they were ninety ninety miles away from where we could process them. We gave immediate care. We'll continue to look into the situation. But again, I cannot stress how dangerous this journey is. When migrants she used to come here illegally does administration take responsibility for a parent taking child on a trek through Mexico. To get to this country. No, not far from this hospital in El Paso, the group border network for human rights takes issue with the Trump administration blaming the girl's father. This is not the America that we believe that we used to believe I I mean, mean. the decision of the border these tuition is going to come in on the rest of our society. This is not what the Mary Kay. And Jake the department of homeland security inspector general says that it will launch an internal investigation into the death of this young girl in that the report will be made public, but critics are also wondering why it took DHS more than a week to talk about this case publicly and asking why took a news report to bring this story to light Jake. All right eleven Darren El Paso. Thank you so much be sure to tune in this Sunday morning to state of the union. I guess we'll be Senator Susan Collins, congressman Elijah Cummings. It all starts at nine AM and noon eastern our coverage on CNN continues right now. I will see you Sunday morning. Have a good weekend. So many people around the world, depend on CNN's quality reporting. Now, they have an incredible online store, we've clothes gear and gadgets right now, you can get fifteen percent off your purchase. Just visit store dot CNN dot com. And when you're checking out into the code CNN podcast, just one word get a fifteen percent discount. It's that simple. That store dot CNN dot com. What's up everybody? Steve Smith here. Letting you know that players only is back on a new night. Come hang with me, see web. Isaiah thomas. Kevin McHale g a three D And Candace Parker every Monday night. We'll be bringing you the nights NBA action. Like only the players
"mary kay" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"And then also I'd be given those books because I think because I made those remarks overtime, basically. Yes, you've said, you appreciate difficult women. Yeah. And none of the women you write about really in the book, I guess conventional hero figures. But they will have good ways putting things so it's nice quote'some. Okay. I'm going to shake it up a little bit. I'm going to do a quick fire round. If that's okay, I'm going to say a word or a phrase or a name, and you can just say the first thoughts that come to your head. And there's no right or wrong, sir. Just whatever you think. So a lot of MIR Putin. Facelift this work and Donald Trump bird. But funnier. Literary prizes. Don't social media, obviously, very harmful. But I don't participate. So. No, Brexit it deal too. Brussels will it's up to place to live. The publishing industry today. Not so good the media industry today. Not so good. Well, that's it. I'm sorry. Just fired a bunch of negative things that you. But why don't we go back to the Leonard review of books? So you've been there since the beginning, even the editor for almost thirty years, and you're also majority stakeholder can you ever see yourself retiring? I think about it a lot especially in the summer found work as the solution to most of mine, so I carry on. I don't do as much as I used to. I'm not quick. But retiring, yes, it I thought would be good at it. You don't have to be a good retiree really fun to seize the beli-. Do you think you always kind of have a hand in the paper possibly, although? Most likely but half a hand is not that much fun. Who would be an you don't have to name a specific person. But maybe just characteristics of this person who would be the ideal candidate to take over the paper after your tenure someone who minded about sentences. What advice would you give them? It's. Make sure the headings breath fulfull, very Kilmer's. Thank you so much. Thank you. My thanks to Mary Kay Woolmer's. Her latest book, human relations and other difficulties is published by profile out. Now, the big interview is produced by Ulan Goffin an edited by Cassie Galvin's, I'm making Gipson. Thanks for listening.
Curtis Harper leaves ring before fight starts, gets disqualified
"At a. Boxing match. Earlier today. In Minneapolis at the armory There was a six round bouts Between. Heavyweights Curtis. Harper and EFI yoga all right So. As the, opening bell was rung for this fight Curtis Harper Curtis Harper decided to duck between the ropes any walked out of the ring rather. Than fight He told the boxing commentator Jordan. Hardy that he wasn't being. Paid enough to fight any wanted to be respected, he is promptly disqualified so. The instructions were read to both fighters by the referee. They, went to their corners the. Bell rings Harper then turns toward the ropes leaves the. Ring and. Walks the dressing room fans had no idea what was going meanwhile the other fighter FBI ya I just stood there in the ring with his. Arms over the ropes. Just shaking his head in disbelief couldn't believe what he saw. A young boy was heavily. Favored to beat Harper in this fight yet some, reason Harper felt he deserved. To get paid more and that it was disrespectful well. Here's, some advice for Curtis. Harper If you. Don't, feel that you're getting paid enough To get your brains bashed in or vice versa then why did you? Even agree to the fight in, the first place if you wanna get paid more you just have to be a better boxer. Right to build up to being a better boxer you have to kind of go through. Fights that don't exactly buy you a new
"mary kay" Discussed on WJR 760
"Welcome And I'm guessing that has to be that has to be one of the more popular scenes in the. First, act yeah Mary Kay the guy, who plays alphabet she's a, real life best friend now but she. Always says popular is her, favorite part of the show and I have to admit it's it's definitely a lot of fun and and what's interesting too is that the the story that unfolds prior to the end, of the first act follows as you kind of alluded, to their the development of their, friendship and. How their characters really you'll, correct me if I'm wrong about the story here, wind up going in opposite directions culminating in remember the. First? Act ending which is incredible defying gravity alphabet is going away and she kind of encourages you to come with her. Right I don't know if I should give it away Here well she not make belief you know that that's who you bring up something that we don't want to give too much away because you, would think everybody has seen. At least one time but that's probably not true but one of the things that she discovers and I don't know the does your character discovered too that the wizard is not always cracked up to be in that kind of disappoints her and why. She wants to kind of leave the emerald city Yes and Glenda is is privy to all of that information as well but I ended up making some choices that are a little different Okay okay well here's.
Jarvis Landry has lobbied Cleveland Browns to trade for Odell Beckham Jr.
"That in the near future I've had a bit of dialogue, with Aaron and we're hopeful we get something done that for a Rams. Head coach. Sean McVeigh via Gary Klein of, the, LA times the deadline August seventh. Today Scott till two pm today to report to camp in. Order to make this season count towards free agency, but by all accounts these two, sides are very very far apart in contract. Talks just as they were last year in Foxborough the New England Patriots let go third year wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell a guy Who played a starring role in the team's twenty, eight three comeback, come back from down Twenty-eight three against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl fifty one but he's had knee. Problems for the past, year missed all the two, thousand seventeen season spent a lot of time this off season at the team's, facility trying to, rehab that knee the knee examined again. On July twenty third It hasn't been practicing and training camp so the patriots cut them loose which means no Malcolm Mitchell no Julian element for, the first four games of the season wide receiver. Room still, interesting, Chris HOGAN Phillip door set Cordeiro Patterson Eric decker Kenny bread. Couple of young guys but that room will not. Include Malcolm Mitchell who is trying to author. Quite the comeback after missing all of last year and a player who will always go down and. Patriots lower for what he did in that, Super Bowl, comeback against the Atlanta Falcons speaking of wide. Receivers Odell Beckham junior we talked about his contract standoff with the New York Giants one that I saw described, this morning. As friendly he's gonna play for the giants this, year it's unlikely that, Beckham's going, to be playing for anybody else in two thousand, eighteen or twenty nineteen but according to one of his closest friends he's quote definitely interested in playing for another NFL team that friend is Jarvis Landry new acquisition this off. Season The, Cleveland Browns Landry and Beckham played with each other at LSU. Landry told Cleveland dot com of things like that. Are able to happen in the team can. Make it happen then why not he definitely would be up for it he would be according to. Mary Kay cabinet of Cleveland dot com Landry, indicated the, Beckham one of his best friends in the. League has told him he'd wanna play for the Browns And on his part Landry says they've had quote talks Good too excited Beckham is still under contract. For the giants with the giants for this coming season he's in training camp besides the negotiating Odell Beckham junior's a very good bad. To be a New York giant, in two thousand nineteen but if you're a Browns fan I guess you can dream by the way more from Jarvis Landry on the quarterback situation with the Cleveland Browns Baker. Mayfield, and tyrod Taylor Jarvis, Landry with, our Diana.
"mary kay" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"mary kay" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Girlfriend out my sweet sweet love on and on thing money can buy and married future will read a little flair on twenty nine street you know we'll hang our washing on the goes on the windows feast on corporate butter beans we won't have a nervous loan cadillac but we'll have a love something to bag something to brag about good land of the living did you not tell me warm my voice homework a heart attack let me let me ask you something the people for whom this song i mean you picked up on you knew it mary kay heard the seventy from nineteen seventy six i haven't sung it since and and the audience for that song the specific audience that song is known to you well willie nelson was the other voice on that song it's an old song that i think was george jones and come yeah georgia georgia engine loretta over no george johnson so what's like wanna tammy do wine out what's slice of the american audience how big a slice of the american audience was willie nelson big he was across he was across over artists and still is not just the country audience but he had hipsters he had a my parents generation he had a wide crosssection the the same cross section that mary hartman had used to call it the crossover show because it was intellectually across over was geographically crossover willy had him and still has many many fans from all different walks of life he'd really unique ways his rock and roller love and country music all ages all ages because he did the standards albums with all the big.
"mary kay" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"And you said would you like to be on the show thursday on my podcast and i went what yes i was open i we all close enough to mike's in all of that so we're doing okay when i asked that question for you out there i was talking to people behind the glass with a tremendous mine requirement it's a professional operation yes and that's why you're hearing it you tens of thousands on million every city block in america millions anyway i love your being here mary kay thank you so we go back this is my memory of us first memory of your first venture today other side of the camera to be on camera it was an episode of all in the family you were working for somebody i can't remember who i'll tell you in a moment and we were doing a persona in which lauria had to sleepover to friends sleeping over and i know you were not at the time an actress but but i wasn't here norman way deep inside that i hadn't revealed maybe even to yourself what what are you are doing you doing there i had i'm going to tell all of this when he finishes anyway so i said why don't you be would've glorious friends and you did and that i think was your first time on in front of a camera am i correct almost my first time but it was certainly my big featured first time and here's what i remember which is exactly that but with a few extra details so i came from oklahoma in my volkswagen after i graduated from college as my father had to get to the turner turnpike his face went ashen and i got in the car with my girlfriend and we drove across country came to la.