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The Rich Eisen Show
"mazel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"With the hotel register, we don't all came. We're staying positive. We're positive. This is great. Is there a rehearsal dinner tonight? Yes, there is. About three hours. What's on the menu? What's on the menu? My parents put together a fajita bar, actually. Okay. Okay. All right, it's also dicey for the next day though. Yeah, you gotta pace yourself tonight. Great point. We can't have any guess of tons and pepto. Just in case. The onions. We can't have any repeats during the next day. You can't have one of those reflux repeat days. You got to be careful. Tomorrow's tomorrow is the most important day. Don't binge tonight. Be careful tonight. Correct. Focus on tomorrow. Have a moment just the two of you. You and Rachel, you and the fill in Rachel's show just the two of you guys together at some point. Make sure that Rachel gets to choose her bathroom and you choose another. And then I think we're good, right? I mean, do we get anything done? I think that's too drunk. Tonight, right? Okay. Very good. Lots of compliments. Feel like lots of pictures. I think we've got I think we got you covered. I think we're pretty set. I have to thank you on behalf of RES consulting. That's very, very kind of you all have a very, very small you tweeted some pictures. Yes. Do that? If you want to call back next weekend next week, that would be great. We're on a Roku channel. It would be great. And again, I guess, on behalf of Arias consulting. On behalf of us to you, our wedding gift to you is that service is gratis on the house. On the house. I will not train 99. Our advice on the house. On the house. I appreciate it, rich. Thank you so much. You're welcome, sir. Mazel tov. That's not a best brother. Fargo. But still taking anyway. I assume there will be no broken glasses, no hope. Is there a Fargo anywhere? None of that. None of that. Very good. Thank you for the call, great. Good luck, man. There you go. Guys, we're staying after class. And we've never stayed this long for a caller, by the way. I like that. That's good. Someone said we should send him a mug as a gift. We just gave him something far more valuable. Yeah, Chris, you teach a man to fish, you know? Show me any way he wants for the rest of his marriage. Yeah. That's more valuable than a sink. His brother is getting way too hammered for this, right? There's no way. Garrison. 18 year old garrison sounds like the weakest like not gonna lie. Goodbye. Goodbye. Hey. On our YouTube days, we'll see you on the Roku channel on Monday. For the real story behind some of wrestling's biggest moments, it's something to wrestle with Bruce Pritchard and Conrad Thompson, too. All Tom Hogan opponents matcha man's gotta be in the conversation. Where's Andre for you? I'm always sitting Andre was number one. Wow. Because I even going back before Hulk Hogan was a babyface hulk and Andre were able to go in and headline at the New Orleans Superdome in Shea stadium in Japan, wherever they went, that was an attraction. Something to wrestle with Bruce Pritchard. Listen, wherever you get your podcasts.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Uncle Sam Has Given Way to Aunt Karen
"Now, the Biden administration is having none of it, they still kind of pining for the mask mandate. They like mandates in general, anything that forces other people to do things. And as we can see, there's a certain psychology of even some ordinary citizens. These are the kind of nanny types who like to sort of lecture other people. Why don't you have your mask on, put on your mask? And these are people, you know, they'd be village busy bodies in an earlier era. And you can think of the Biden administration as this kind of nanny individual writ large. So the Biden administration is like one big national nanny. It's kind of Uncle Sam has given way to amped Karen. And so the Biden people are running now to the CDC and saying, hey, listen, you know, by the way, if you still kind of want to mask mandate, tell us and we'll file an appeal, there are very angry at this Trump judge, a woman named Catherine Kimball, mizelle, who basically said, listen, you guys are making nonsensical arguments for this mandate. First of all, you're appealing to a federal law that empowers the government to take care of sanitation and somehow under some very broad definite sanitation. You're including a mask mandate. Well, what does a mask mandate have to do exactly with sanitation? Nothing at all. And so down goes the mask mandate. Not to mention all kinds of other procedural irregularities that judge Catherine mazel pointed to. Now, the Biden administration can appeal, but if they appeal, the fun part is that the appeal goes to the Atlanta based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th circuit, which is a conservative leaning
"mazel" Discussed on WCPT 820
"All lucky here I did have you print all of Twitter only because I want to know if I'm taking crazy pills about the mask mandate 60% of Americans support the mask rule that the Trump appointed judge doesn't Struck down Oh hey by the way we've learned more fun facts Haven't we The judge's husband is Stephen Miller's best friend She did not hear any arguments at all Which probably makes sense Since she had absolutely zero trial experience when Trump appointed her despite the ABA saying she's unqualified when she was 33 two years ago So she did not hear arguments at all And she just decided this all on her own that would affect millions of Americans Is that a lifetime appointment Yes yes Thank you for asking Yes paying for this literally for a long time Right Yes So let me throw 330 million Americans affected by that unqualified judges just her opinion because right She's like I don't need to hear arguments or whatever Yeah fine This is all fine Okay I Can I read all of Twitter Just because so I know I'm not taking I think you're redundant No I don't think so I'm very selective Okay Okay Tweet sommelier We need an open tweet please Said one person with a peanut allergy keeps all peanuts off the plane but a respiratory virus that has killed millions is we can not inconvenience anybody Is that what we're to understand Yeah Okay Robert rice says uh freedom doesn't mean you have the right to jeopardize the health Of uh yeah Of others and incubate worse strains of a deadly virus and keep us in a pandemic for years on end By the way all of these tweets are cut off over here So if you could redo these that would be fantastic Thanks so much I have to kind of make up whatever things on this side Thanks Okay yes and the sensible majority 6 and ten Americans That's almost 60% correct Yes I've heard yeah Support extending the mask mandate Yeah I'm getting ready to even booked my ticket yet to go some of us have to go My mom's 99 and she broke her leg I have to go And it's insane Yes Frank said Catherine Kimball missile mazel Mazel mazel The unqualified federal judge appointed by Trump while he was planning his attempted coup has made air travel dangerous for children over 5 who can not be vaccinated if you're mad as hell call her off as tell her how you feel Yeah I just I thought it was me but I mean doctors nurses all over Twitter just furious furious at this Okay Oh please Oh please talk amongst yourselves We're all gonna die Yes That is your only crowd noise background now isn't it Yeah I mean it's true no matter how eventually we are all going to die You can not do what that statement that will help goose it along which is fantastic right Paul krugman a prediction about masking soon we'll be seeing many incidents in which those who choose to protect themselves with KN 95s et cetera face harassment even violence because this was never about freedom That's when you clock them The Stephanie Miller show does not encourage clocking Okay Frank coniff said mask mandates are being lifted all over the place It's gone on long enough Americans have had it We are fed up with not getting COVID That's it We've had enough Okay Um so we will all and by the way all of our sexy liberals are do gooding in various parts of the world doctor red letter is in Poland visiting refugee camps but he just texted us He will join us tomorrow That's not plants is literally physically defending freedom and democracy in Ukraine and will join us today That's a sexy liberal Yes Whining about a little piece of cloth on your face to protect other people Can't Okay Can someone on Twitter tried to say that Malcolm was once a Trump supporter Yes.
"mazel" Discussed on KOMO
"10° below average here for late April In the Commodore weather center I made a Shannon O'Donnell Rain continues here at Seattle center It's 48 here in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news at 6 O 6 A federal judge causes confusion over masking requirements on public transit details from Jeff podio Judge Catherine Kimball mazel of Florida has struck down the CDC requirement that masks be worn on public transportation This even after the Supreme Court refused to hear similar challenges But local orders remain resulting in a hit or miss patchwork of requirements metro transit says masks are still required on its buses and the fairies are keeping their mandate as well However most of the airlines including Alaska now same masks are optional Judge mazel was nominated to the federal bench when she was just 33 years old and had limited legal experience At the time the American bar association said she was not qualified to serve At the moment it's unclear if there will be an appeal or a stay of her order Jeff pojo a northwest news radio the man accused of attacking a woman at a Seattle light rail station then stabbing another as she waited for a bus makes an appearance before a judge today comal for his Denise Whitaker was therefore Alexander J's appearance He spent most of his time in court today just about ten minutes before a judge staring into the news scammer flashing hand signals The 40 year old still has not gone through a mental evaluation His attorney arguing to the judge this morning that it should have already been done by now that the request for this evaluation was made more than a month ago The courts now been informed by the state that that mental evaluation is scheduled to take place in the next 36 hours Jay is held on $650,000 bail that is a combined bail of both of these cases that he is currently charged with In Seattle Denise Whitaker co own news The U.S. Supreme Court just put an end.
The Rich Roll Podcast
"mazel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"I wrote it kind of like a thriller. It is a story. But as I said to you before the podcast, it's a love letter also. For sure. The way I resolved it, because in one way I do when people to read the book and for things to build on each other like really bit by bit. But I think that what I realized after sorting through all this literature is that there's a certain privilege that mazel had by having near death experience but having his security needs met. When he had that, and I think that's key to being able to experience transcendence. Because there are people who with under really impoverished conditions where every day of their life, they don't know if they're going to survive. And it's not like they are experiencing transcendence every day. They really are focused their attention on surviving. So I think it's one of those things where if you can hormonally integrate lots of these war needs in your life and satisfy them in a certain degree there and they're no longer part of your consciousness. And you can have a near death experience. You really can have some of the highest heights of transcendence imaginable. But I don't think that it's necessarily the case for everyone. And so a big part of what I try to do in this book as well is to understand what are the conditions upon which we really can have some of the most magical states of consciousness in the world. But I'd be remiss if I didn't really point out that that isn't the case for everyone. And not everyone even has that opportunity for experiencing those highest sites of transcendence. Coming back for more, but first, we're brought to you today by Squarespace. Do you have a website? Do you have website envy? You know, checking out someone else's site and saying, damn, how did they do that? Or why don't I have a site like that? Well, not so long ago, curing that envy meant hiring an expensive design firm, countless phone calls, and emails, many of which are never responded to. Leading, of course, to even more frustration. But what if I told you those days are gone, they are..
Latino Rebels Radio
"mazel" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
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BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"mazel" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"All right, well today's show is a different type of show because this is for those people who have known we've been talking about the last few months that this is the last official episode where I am the host of the bigger pockets podcast. You're serious. You know about this, man. Wait, this is why you guys brought me here. Yeah, Josh is taking over. No, that's not true. But I wish. David's taking over. David's taking over. Yeah. Mazel tov. It's gonna be a good time. So here's the deal, everyone. So over the past 9 years in a row, 9 full years we're going into year ten here, starting next week. So for the last 9 years, the first was 6, 5, Josh and I did it together for the first. What was your first episode, David? Do you remember? It's like two 60, two 70, maybe? Yeah, something like that. So pretty much almost exactly halfway there. Josh one of the first half, then Joshua left to take care of family. And that put David in charge. He brought in David and David's been amazing to work with over the last few years. And now it's time for me to do the same. I'm going to take care of family and not quite to the same extreme measure that you had to go through with your family. Maybe you have a quick update, Josh. What have you been doing last few years? How's the family? Family's good. Thank you for asking. I'm actually here a week out of my own surgery. Ironically. You hobbled in here. I definitely hobbled in. I've got a couple of the nose job. It.
"mazel" Discussed on Unorthodox
"My dad confirmed he was honorable. He knows you're a Jewish, my dad replied. Yes, he is moving to British Columbia. When is he coming back? My dad said, who knows? Maybe never. Probably going to replied with something like make them happy, say yes. So I was always the only one of my Jewish friends who had godparents. What a story. And what the movie writes for that. That's a good brothers movie right there. Nothing so baller as asking to be someone's godparents. When I first, I first skim this and I was like, he wanted the letter writer's father to be his child godfather. No, no, he wanted to be the letter writers. He was basically like, oh, you have a baby. I'd like to be at God parents. He may not have been circumcised, but he knew from chutzpah. Let me tell you. Doctor bilby, if by any chance you are still with us, please call me and listen to this T-shirt. You can be all of our God parents. That's right. Janice from junction, Texas, right saying, hey y'all, I'm in my conversion process. And we'll be having my baked in today, which means by now she's had it. So mazel tov. Welcome home. I'm kind of nervous. I wish I had a Jewish sponsor, too. Like a godparent. I actually sent an email yesterday to a lady at PJ library in San Antonio to see if there was an adopt a bubby program. Keep up the good work and glad the crew is back together. Love y'all and many blessings, Janice, from junction, Texas. I think this is real. I think there's real, there's legs to this. It is interesting right that you have a rabbi who is your your teacher and prepares you for the baked in for the three judge have been accord. But they don't just give you like, you know, a bubby, a partner..
Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
"mazel" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"mazel" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Our question is for you. We wanna know. Can you spill anything about your character that you'll be playing on the marvelous mrs mazel coming and we also have to know who was the biggest yanta on the set who was the biggest genta onside of maizels. Well the character. I'm playing is actually very similar to mama. Sita that i played in feud she's german. She's jewish and i'm not that good an actress so they're pretty much. The same that's hilar- was the biggest santa on the set Tony shillue of course. Thank you. Virtual vans horrendous samantha. Effluence how you became. So close with steve gold. Gold is kind of part of our friend group at. I met him through. Greg calleja greg every single time. Pdo jackie hoffman. Will lorraine ever make a return to the other two loved you on that show was that mine characters namely i hope so damn i love. That show was so funny. Laurie be emailed dorinda. Did you at all anticipate that had their thompson. Leo would butt heads prior to their trip to the hampton. I didn't see that one. I didn't see that one coming. I'm going to be it. Was she was going to act as connective tissue because their play such a big role. Yeah and the whole hip hop world and stuff. So i didn't see that one coming. And i actually think at some point. They could be very good friends all right well during the even before you slapped on the spandex for aerobics bex. You've always been a doer. Who's moving and shaking. So it's time for our you berkshire by announcer. Paul.
Front End Happy Hour
"mazel" Discussed on Front End Happy Hour
"The internet. None of them none of it. Why would i want that software. Do you know how buggy that crap until right now. We he and i had to handle it. But i'm actually agreed with lori on that too is like i don't have smart fridge. Juror all those types of things. I don't need that. It's like usually. My stuff is somewhat practical like blinds. That i can open and close like that is super helpful. Yeah but some of the things were like could cause pain like stove. I don't want that. I've seen her serving Housing like making do all sorts of crazy things and it's not far fetched at all like these are real anyways. that's my soapbox. We have reinvented episode. had a lot of brands built up. You don't think you'll again. I don't eat there. The i have a podcast all right well on that note i i do have to fix i. Smart devices jammed. Were safe there. Hopefully i have one netflix series. Actually docu series as well. It's called highest. It covers three real heist it happened. It's really well done. They do two parts each heist and they get the real people to that. They're talking to involve not all the people. Obviously because some investigations still may be ongoing. But it's just really well done and just they go in-depth on some of the heison how they were done and all the prep and everything that goes. And i think i've picked thais things before. Like highs podcasts. So p- Fell nicely razek. Totally going to watch this and it was really good. I enjoyed it and then my second pick is kind of weird one. But it's i'm big into like not getting burnt the sun. I care a lot about homemade my tattoos. And i finally was like oh i should just get some clothing especially when driving like what. I'm doing longer drives. That is protects you from the sun. And i found a cool company called cool bar. That's does some pretty decent clothing hoodies. That i've purchased that. I've really liked their light but they're also protecting me from the sun so i thought i would add that as a pick so if anyone wants to stay out of the sun they work great and they they're comfy all right well. That is everything for today's episode. I wanna thank lori and lucero for joining us. Thank you so much. It was awesome. Having you both on. Where can people get in touch with you lori. Mazel star on twitter at lorient tech pretty much everywhere at on tech's and all everything links from my website or player so yet that's where i can be found sir. I actually have a twitter account. Jacob lately guy. We've got one but you probably won't find me there so linked in definitely find me there right on. We'll thank you all for listening to is episode. You can find us on front unhappy. Our dot com. We can find us on twitter at front fronton. each age can really listen to us on. Whatever you like to listen to podcasts. On please subscribe any last words. Ryan is picked high stuff so many times. I just wanna say if there's a future i had nothing you're gonna go from man so really cool to be like jeb you want to plan a heist. No that's ridiculous. And i'll talk you. You do know that. You're like if there's a high-speed done that if i'm doing that you're involved like we're just incriminating ourselves right now but what is my accomplice period in a perfect murder where you write the book and then actually do the murder. Yeah no and gm can deny that. He's not part of it but like he's part of really think we're dumb enough to talk about that..
"mazel" Discussed on Judaism Unbound
"Twenty-seven percent in this survey and twenty two percent in the two thousand thirteen survey that is actually not a number of people who came in. Hello i'm at you have no religion. They made up that descriptors based on a way in which their survey was constructed. And then you know figuring out who fit into this category that they constructed of jews of no religion. I've been saying since two thousand thirteen that that is a significant undercount of anything that really matters and this twenty twenty survey i appreciate because it actually demonstrated that at one way that we can see quantitatively and that is that they had a question that said. How often do you attend. Synagogue and twenty percent of jewish americans attend synagogue once a month or more and seventy nine percent of jewish. Americans attend synagogue less often than once a month now. What happened to the other one percent of that. Sure i guess it was rounding issue The they then. Ask the seventy nine percent of jewish americans who don't attend synagogue once a month or more. Why do you not attend synagogue and sixty seven percent anything so some number. Some large number around two thirds of them of that number to two thirds of seventy nine percent say that they don't attend synagogue because quote. I'm not religious so here we finally have a group of people who are declaring. I am not religious. That is actually a statement that they agreed with on the survey and that accounts for well over fifty percent of jewish americans. What this tells us is that at the very least fifty plus percent of people are saying outright that they're not religious you know an additional twenty percent or so of people indicate that they're not to religious religious so i kind of that. Like what about a terminology. I think i've said this before. And the jews have low religion and that with the about eighty percent of american jews and starts to become an interesting number where we say well another finding that the survey had was this divergence between what they were talking about as the orthodox and the non orthodox and on all kinds of measures the orthodox and the non-orthodox look very different that can range on measures from jewish practice and also political affiliation so a huge number of orthodox are republican voting supporting trump and a huge number. I think about the same proportions of non orthodox jewish americans support our democrats. Don't support trump et cetera. So there's so many ways in which what we're really seeing here and again. I think this is something that the pew study did. Put out there into the world. And i think it's really worth digging into and thinking about. Is that there really. Is this kind of two jewish communities emerging and what we think about that. What if there were a survey of all left-handed americans not jewish-americans. All all lefties. And i don't mean that politically. I mean literally left-handed people and you did a survey of them. I think we would have a sense of like okay. Cool like we can. We can look at that and there might end you know maybe if we looked at athletics and like oh maybe maybe they overperform in certain sports. Because there's an advantage to being lefty like in pitching in baseball maybe underperformance certain sports because they don't have equipment that's well made for left handed people. Maybe like we could actually be interesting. I'm not saying that because it's trivial. But i think we would have an intuitive sense of like okay if we're asking political if we're asking like belief based questions to that group of you know however many million left-handed americans we don't actually think like a coherent group it's just a disparate group of people that are part of other communities and happened to be lefthanded. You could do the same thing with like people who have x. Birthday of the year. By the way i bet you there actually are really interesting. Things that i share with people who were born on november seventeenth. If you really look. Like i bet. There's something that's why people do horoscopes. And like nothing that we would really make a huge claimed structure. Our universe around. There's a huge way in which this study is that the second year putting orthodox jews and non i'm gonna say non-orthodox in broad strokes but for purposes of this argument the second orthodox jews and like devoutly atheist jews who actually are like actively against sort of traditional jewish law. The second those are in the same group when you look at all these stats. I mean yes though. They segmented out and they try to do that. But it's it's a. It's a tough picture to really do much with. And i actually desire a world where we recognize the schism. That in many ways may have already happened. I i'm not sure that even today it is the case that i- meaningfully share in a deep way enough of myself with ultra-orthodox jews that like having a survey about all of us together serves that much like i. I also want surveys. That are specifically just juice who are unorthodox. There are a bunch of things that confounded and complicated when you have people that are so drastically different from one another in the same study and by the way we should also have service just Jews but there's i'm making the same statement over and over again. It is a claim. It is a choice to group all of these folks together from this vantage point of like jewish people hood. There's one jewish people and so we look at all of them. Together that does achieve certain things especially for institutions that are structured around bringing jews across those boundaries together but for people who are really invested in building judaism's that are specific and of one sort of sub community. Those things are not served as well. The other thing that i wanted to mention on your synagogue point is like we just get a lot in terms of people. Synagogue practices even people who don't go to synagogue. They're asked why they don't go to seneca like that in and of itself i use a word that like bothers me. 'cause scholars use it all the time it just it feels like the river like it. Revise creates a set of categories. It creates an assumption that synagogue is sort of weird. Judaism lives because you ask follow up questions about things that are important and you just ask sort of throwaway question for things that are less important. So there's all these questions that i actually loved. They actually asked. Do you go to jewish film festivals. Do you participate in online conversations about judaism and being to us by the way one in twenty five jews says. They often often participate in online jewish community of some sort or jewish conversations as the language and another twelve percent. Say they they sometimes do like those questions are great but they don't follow up with everybody who isn't part of jewish facebook groups and say why aren't you a member of jewish facebook groups in the way they ask. Why don't you go to synagogue. Woodson reflects an assumption that being part of a jewish facebook group is sort of less worth study than the other stuff. So i want if i want to study. That's focused on jewish facebook groups that jewish digital. I want to study. That looks at the question. I do you watch jewish. Tv shows tv shows related to jewish themes ten percent say often and another thirty three percent. Say sometimes so almost. Half of american jews at least sometimes are watching shows with jewish themes. They don't follow up. Say marvelous. mrs mazel is it. Transparent is it broad city is like and what are those things like. If you don't watch those why don't you all of those things matter and until we really in our bones think that those are jewish practices. Think that those are like i would say religion..
Sexy Unique Podcast
"mazel" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"Off-season. The woman's like, oh my God, I can't stop looking at them, they're so nice. And then when he goes, there are nice. What have you gotten done to your face? Looks like a lot. And she goes, yeah. You have gotten a lot and she goes and then it got my clit, worked on. Oh, and they all go. Your clit? Yes, you apparently got her. Clit tightened. Can you tighten a clit? I don't know. I think she she mean her labia. She meets her labor just like her vagina page. Don't even you can't really tighten your labia. You can like trim them. I don't I think I mean I'm no. I think she expert but I don't think you can tighten you'll know. I didn't. I was confused by that. She seems like she got some things mixed up just off the bat. Like she couldn't really do multiplication or addition to loving like if you are mixed up about like what your clit is versus what your vagina is yours, is what your labia is. I don't think you should be getting surgery on it. All all the women looked extremely confused by and they were all like, whoa. I think she meant like like vaginal plasty. Yeah but like, I was, I was like, you know, I'm no expert but I don't know that. That's doesn't love song. Like kind of not knowing and being like, do your thing and then not actually knowing like what you got surgery on. That's a wild. That's a power. Move. A true surgical trust. The whole thing is just her clit, I guess. Well, I think he's like, my whole, it's all a clue, like I know you're gay but like, no. Clit is different. No, no, no, no. I know, but I'm like, maybe in her head. She's like, it's all just one huge clearance. Rack one, huge clip. Well, Mazel Mazel Tov, that's great. They all seemed. I was confused. All the women seemed confused. She seemed confused. It's a great moment. Okay, wow, this sucker is delivering, it's in Campton. Can't it's sprinkling you know that video of the girl I started it when Welcome to New York. Yes Taylor cassani Or No Alex kesang she there's a video of her. Getting served avocado toast. And the the waiter has its her and she takes a bite of it. And she goes, it's giving It's my fucking here. Okay. Team she, I follow her on Instagram now and I'm just like, here for all of it. Why am I not like? Wow even do like the funny stuff on, I need not get on Tik Tok and really look through, but like I'm just here for her like she's a model and is a Lawler's, it's giving welcome money because, hey, Welcome to New York. It's exactly like Taylor. It's really? She looks like her. Yeah, she is. It's giving it is. It's giving that's another hat. It's giving, it's giving. Should we get into? Yeah, guys, I'm Kerry. I'm Laura. You too sexy unique podcast.
How Did This Get Made?
"mazel" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Now and now it's like non every you're gonna be blown away. She is like. I literally was watching it being like. Oh this is just unquestionably one of the greatest living actors currently doing something that is so electric to watch to watch her acting against a young actor whose name is hannah. I'm binder who is lorraine newman's daughter and this is her first acting job so it is literally a two hander between this young new actor and jean smart who is just incredible and the chemistry between them is electric. Jokes are great. And it's a fucking great show. It's about Jean smart is a kind of old school. Joan rivers. Phyllis diller style comedian. Who's doing a residency in vegas. Telling kind of her same old jokes and this young comedy writer comes into her world and completely kind of up they both kind of upset each other's kind of paradigm and it is. It's terrific. it's really funny. Incredibly kind of well acted and beautiful. I really dug it. I think it's worth watching and it's and it's a half hour and it's great you know what's interesting about that is i have a friend who was that for. Joan rivers tristan. Yes and so. She had written a post the other day she was like i am really nervous to watch his show because it has nothing to do with me but i feel like such a connection to this world and she said you know truthfully she's like i like it captured a one hundred percent in my experience. I mean obviously there are differences. But she's it was interesting to see like how they could capture that so well knowing that that's not really the trajectory of either one of their of any of their careers interesting. It just speaks to like how. How few like significant female. Comedians come out of that era that both hacks and marvelous mrs mazel are thought to be riffs on. Joan rivers is sent. You know without being joan rivers you know it just. It really speaks to the fact that at that time there really just were not many other women. Doing stand up comedy and so you can't help but look to joan rivers as the model or as kind of urge text for that era of of of women doing stand up. Yeah you know i. It's fine that there was. Phyllis diller and not just not to take anything away from from women who were doing. Stand up at that time percent. Yeah no i mean. I think it's a fun. I love those people. I love what they do. And i'm that is next on my list to watch that. I would say otherwise that i think are absolutely fantastic. I mentioned one of them on the main show. Recently we are lady parts which is Nita mansouri show from a british show. It's incredible it's a sitcom and it is like the the kind of loose setup. It is a group of young women in the muslim community in london who form punk rock band and he watches show. I gotta go talk fucking good. I have to get. This is where i need. I you know is is incredibly funny. Incredibly sweet and heartbreaking. It's all about them and their families and what it means to what it means to do this in the face of a community or family that might not accept or understand why they're choosing to do this in for some of the music is considered forbidden. It is really like it's an incredibly compelling show that also has hard jokes and great musical numbers it is. it's i think there's only six episodes but or maybe eight. I think it was only six but they are wonderful and just acted brilliantly. Ooh this is all good. You know speaking of music. And so that i just read a great book. Who from our friend. Tom sharpening oh yeah. It never ends. And if you don't tom was on our show he did the avengers episode. Which is the refines. Yoma thermo one and tom Hosts this show called the best show in. Wmu no longer wmu. It's now just at the best show podcast and kind of. I think one of the pioneers of doing this audio comedy. That this new wave of audio communist podcasts like you know he kinda came up the way that marc maron was on that radio station. Tom was also doing this kind of bang. Bang comedy bang. Bang started as a radio show as well. Yes and but tom and mark had been doing it for like. Oh i'm wild before totally. Yes and and so. Tom is a writer for monk or was a writer for monk. But if you've never heard of sharply and worcester. I i'll do yourself a favor. It's some of the funniest two person. Comedy stuff audio comedy stuff like you can get it on spotify. It's great gas station. Dogs is an album that you should probably start with and it will. It's so so funny. They're amazing but he wrote this book. That is a wonderful. I don't wanna spoil too much of it. But it's kind of writing and how he got his how he kind of fell into it and everything from writing on like from slam magazine all the way to monk and then writing bigger films and and things like that but there is a chapter in it. That made me laugh so much. Because he's such a good music guy and when you show he'd have. These great bands turned me on to so many different people. Well jon wurster. Who does his. Who does as you mentioned john. Lewis who's who does a lot of stuff with sharp ling is the is. A drummer is a prolific drummer. Was the drummer in superchunk guessing. Time in a number of other bands and so they have a great partnership in this. But there's a chapter in this book. I read the whole thing in like really like two days. Because thomas can you read it. And and i felt pressure that if i didn't read it right away i wouldn't read it then i didn't want to feel like i'm taking too long with so i just like our i down this book and it was so fun to read. But there's a chapter in it about how he trying to figure out how he fits into this world of entertainment and he wants to get any trying to doing he auditions for the new monkeys and the story about trying to get into the new mile. Is it's early on in the book and it's really really great. But if you're a fan of tom or you're a fan of best show. I will say that as a friend of tom A true friend of tom. Just a sponsor of time..
"mazel" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of summer. Mazel plan, usually big What he's done. You know, the animal fell affect Krista Six. There are pleasures Sorry. Brilliant Bardo singing there the song Lam a drag in the early 19 sixties. That versus about how she was looking forward to the first days of summer when all troubles will be for gotten and she ate seafood on the beach onto y'all. Huge culinary shock, though, is in store. The French office workers, they might have to start eating their lunch, possibly seafood at their desks. In the past, there was actually a law article are 0.4428 stroke 19 of the coach. Dude. Five I. The work code, which prohibited eating a desks in an office. That's been amended and updated, partly because of the pandemic, which has put a stop to gathering in cafes and restaurants. But is France ready for the mass introduction off the sandwich? At lunch time to discuss we brought together. Daniel Gal Miche, a Michelin starred French chef and Benedict, Patio UK correspondent for the France 24 Network. Benedict first Well, it is thought of as an Anglo sax and practice inhabit. And although there's no doubt that the law is changing, and that's let's be clear because of the pandemic, hoping that people can work from home, But if they can't They don't want them forming what in French is called a cluster cluster gathering in canteens, because when canteens reopen, or any that are open have to be distance. You have to have 2 M between people. So yes, the law's going to change on. I gathered that apart from that sacrosanct, having a proper meal and Jesse even if it's quick. Because you can eat for relatively low cost, and it doesn't have to be long. It doesn't have to be complex, but it has to be tasting and cafes and well used to a local restaurants doing that very, very quickly. Let you still see who bled give us. The pill apparently was also for hygiene reasons. But the fact of the matter is that actually in the 21st century, an increasing number of French people Hate to burst. Everybody involved have been eating in there Buell on the desk, but it's what they're eating and how they're eating. That is different. He's not only friends, little beak Latina. My wife, for example, is born in here, but she's Italian. So she they've got a little bit off the same way and tradition and we have hope then it will be only during copied and perhaps a little bit after because we still need to take care on DCU Ocean. But it is part off tradition. This is the education is around the table. There is this pleasure off meeting during lunchtime break and talking about other things and work, and also it is good to eat slowly for the body for the digestion for the well being. So it's a little bit worrying. The habit will have to change and people need to adopt. I understand that Corbett is a very big thing worldwide, and we need to address it, but I hope it's not all right because I work from home at the moment, but we take with my wife, absolutely a break for lunch and a break for dinner. Gonna break for breakfast, obviously, but there's a lot of ways you can do it to wintertime. It's a time of comfort food off Castrol off the pies and all these, which can be making advanced can be separating two portion and well prepared. And you can it work related. I hope they do have something to be able to read the food, but you can eat well as well. Although your time is restricted, But I think people should not not eat well on A quick sandwich front of the desk while watching the screen because it's not beneficial for the body, isn't it? And I think also, if people take a bit of time and eating well and smelling still, the produce and what the eating, it's it's better for the for the body for the mind for everything. Look, the reality is they're under pressure like everybody is so the time when we can't Filled in for years. We can't travel, then travel with your taste buds. All your senses. Feast your eyes. The light. Let your palate do the tablet. Whether it's through the food on your bed being used their team, as we say in French will take buds through the wine through choosing the wine. As I said, it doesn't need to be about expense. But I completely agree with them. Yet it is one of the Fundamental pleasures of life. And I think that when pandemic stops at some point when everything Benedict, Patio UK correspondent for France 24. We also heard from Daniel Gal Me Shoes the mission and start French chef. It wasn't me giggling. That was somebody on radio four now and the French are probably morning. Something long lost, aren't they went the last time you went to a restaurant on your lunch break? Oh, my goodness. I can't remember now. I'm afraid I'm I'm fully what the friend what the Americans call the sad desk salad. I mean, I'm always working through through lunch with Ryan, a university or or or writing at home. I'm always working through my lunch. I mean, I do. I do more this because I think the French attitude to food, Okay, It's very, very caricatured. But there is something very beautiful about it. And it's reflected in the attitude to school dinners and then we know what school dinners Um how how they are in the UK despite Jamie Oliver's best attempt, But in France, Children get a three course proper meal, and they don't grow up on the whole. I mean, I know this is changing a bit now, but they don't grow up into kids who say I only want to eat that shape Pastor I have encountered Kids. When my Children were younger. I've had friends of them's over for meals, and they won't teach the past because it's the wrong shape. They want you to peanut butter because it's not the one they have at home. I think if you if you induct them early enough and exposed them to real food, which on the whole French Children still get a school? They grow up into adults who really a very sensitive to different flavors. Mike, I just wanna get you in quickly before the news. Do you like to linger over real food at lunch? Yeah, absolutely. And I can't wait to be able to spend lunch times with friends or colleagues or with my team on by thinking lockdown. It's so easy to slip into just existing and it's really important that we make that special effort to do something special at lunchtime, whether it's go for a run or pickups and juggling balls or something different from just sitting at the desk. And also to find a way of making meals Special at least at least sometimes.
"mazel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Four of the marvelous Mrs Mazel starts production in New York this month. Have you gotten used to the yelling on the streets and people knowing who you are? Where you go? Uh, no. I don't know, Actually, something you could never get used to it. It's always the leg. You know, 6 ft. Tall dude with this enormous beard. Who goes? Hey, man, Love the show. I've played my hometown for a while to play a character like Mitch, who is not just an extra but a stand up. Comic, which is like the scariest profession. How did you approach that when you first started a works? No, it's dreaming and that it continues to be a reach, and that's very exciting. I've tried a lot of things. Lots of preparations. Uh, Coffee. Lots of coffee power posing in the mirror. I've actually drilled it. What is that? I've never done that. Oh, you know, you just stand with your feet firmly planted on the ground and put your hands on your hips and hold your head up and just hope that it comes to you hope the confidence come. Did you still feel that little pit in your stomach when it's time to get up on stage and be manage up there? Yes. Yeah, I think when you feel like you have nothing to lose you, you just stand at the you know, at the edge of the playing every day and make the decision to dive off and just see what happened. Thank you, Midge Maisel. And seriously, she is such a good actor. I want to watch this. So the name of the movie again is I'm your woman and I never finished. Mrs. Mazel Season three. We've got something to like to go back and get the crown and Mrs May's over there. All right, Listen, we come back. We've got the holly and the dirt.
"mazel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yep. And it's fun. You know, they show clips, you know. Of movies where the word is used to Ah, effect and stuff, right? The thing that kind of stunk about the s word one was they had a guy on from the wire who was known for saying that word very distinctive and what they could. They must not have got the rights to the wire because they never, you know they had the guy talking and making jokes, but they never showed. So my wife was like, Who is this guy and I'm like you don't get you had to be there, but, um, yeah, I'm looking forward to watching the rest. I learned something. All right, but not, you know. The dangerous road for us to have kids. It's dangerous path. Yeah, it's a dangerous path. Rachel Brosnahan. Did you see her interview with? I've had to start taping Molly guys because he gets one good celebrity really does, But I tried in so Laurie. How we think I like this crazy because yesterday Seriously it was not. It was like 10 o'clock in the morning and I'm like shoot. I forgot to take Willie Geiss Sunday morning Show on Channel 11. And I missed it. And I thought Damn so Rachel Missing him. Rachel Brosnahan was the guest. She's Mitch from for Mrs She's Mrs Mazel. She's in this crime drama of which I'm recommending. I'm your woman on Amazon yet to watch. That could be something we need to watch your missing. Lupin. Yes. Get a chance to watch this yet. Rocco, I'm your woman. No, I have not. I mean it. Definitely not for the kid. But okay, wife and woman on Amazon on Amazon, and you will not even for one second think. Wow. Mrs. Mazel is really good Actor You don't even think. Is it a midyear cereal? It's a movie, but it's a ready. Good movie. All right, Um anyways, so oh, here, she said it was kind of fun. She and Willie Geist The two of them were on the top of the New York City Apple sightseeing bus, the two of them doing the interview, he said, the naked cowboy in Times Square with his underwear and his that and if you've never been to town Square, he is What I call a town towns where he's been there forever. Long time. So here's this A little of Rachel Season..
"mazel" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Their passwords, and he has resorted to just asking random strangers wherever he meets them. That's true. But if you wanted a great guy who really loves the show, Mrs Mazel, that is a good show. You know, That's missed opportunity there. My God, she should have called him back. And just spoiled the entire next another missed opportunity. Next message. Hi, Derek. This is but it's we met at the open house. I was the woman who accidentally locked herself in the master bedroom closet. But if I scared any potential clients, I can't apologize. Enough. I am so Don't worry that I may have really your open house. I just thought Oh, my God, This is it. This is the end. Everyone's gonna leave. No one's going to know I'm in here and I'm gonna die in this closet alone screaming, and no one's going to come get me, but luckily you came. You unlocked the closet. You got me out. You were my knight and shining armor and you gave me your number. So, um, you know, maybe it's because you're thinking, if that's what she's screaming when she's in the closet. Just wait till she's in the bedroom. So just give me a call back again. And you can call me from this number. Okay, Thanks again. Next message. That is what all guys think. When? As soon as we hear a scream were like, Oh, I know what that scream means. God what exactly? She's blood girl screaming, Scary. Also, What kind of closet has a lot Gone.
The FRONTLINE Dispatch
A Mother & Her Newborn Separated by COVID-19
"I scare. It's so great to talk to you after all this hard work on your film. It's it's it's really good to be here. So thank you so much for having me. Yeah, I. Mean, we're so we're so excited. I know this is your first frontline. So congratulations on making over the finish line with us together. It feels really good I to be honest I'm also a view or an an a big fan. So it's It's a real pleasure to be working with. Such a talented group of people. Thank you. So I I was hoping you could set the scene a little bit for us. This is an immigrant family from Guatemala and the Mother Zoo League. Is close to giving birth to her second child when she's hospitalized with the virus. So what happens next? So it's it's April first and was eight months pregnant and Kobe positive tool doctors determined that he had to be intimated to perform an emergency c section. Baby Mazel was born on April second baby was Kovic negative. The real problem here was that his father Marvin and his seven-year-old brother junior were also covid positive. So there was no way he could go back to that that that environment that was a real problem school. Before it being intimidated solution was able to. Ms. Luciana. Lira Luciana Lira is juniors. Schoolteacher and she said, help my son help my husband and my baby. Massad listen, Marvin I am willing to help one hundred percent I really do not know this family. Zilly just came to the United. States. I think a year ago and Marvin has been here for six years and junior is my bilingual student. And that's how I met them. When we were able to test marketing engineer, they were both Cova nine hundred positive. This baby would've not stand a chance if he went home with his father with Covid nineteen and junior. His, just a preemie baby. I think that that tells you so much about Miss Lewis character and and her her personality for you to receive a phone call like that I really need to take care of my son, my husband and my baby and she did I mean, can you imagine you received the phone call? She thought that it was a joke that that it was a prank I. Mean. What's amazing is actually that was the first footage of your documentary that we saw the really truly remarkable scene with MISL- era and the baby, and you know she's holding the baby and she's telling you this incredible story about why she took all of this on. To be honest I I'm living. Sure how? I was able to get that that access because she was not letting anyone in her house and she told me, Hey, not even my sister is allowed to be in here. And I'm like well, I'm going to try to be. Is Just GonNa be me I'm going to have a camera. Ms Lira trust me I'm going to try to be you know as cautious as I can be. I think just important that you share that story and I think she wanted to share this story otherwise wouldn't have been possible at all. I went to the hospital with Marvin. Wasn't easy because you know he saw his son for the first time. You couldn't even go him. To. US. And it really broke my heart. After going through such a big trauma not even knowing if your wife was gonna make it, do Pakatani communicated to be. A month of. On the Nights at the baby home. Right, maybe. It was amazing seeing those those early scenes that you had filmed. You know obviously, you guys didn't know how this was gonNA turn out and I remember talking to you sometime before mother's Day and you were telling us that maybe Suli we'd get her baby back. I mean you certainly didn't think it was going to go on for as long as it did was actually five and a half weeks. So tell me about the emotional journey that Suli and Marvin her husband were on you know I think that The story was so unexpected and it had so many twists that I think nobody was expecting it Ms Lear thought that she was going to keep the baby for maybe two or three days. It was very emotional to witness the lives of and Marvin all of them were were positive at that time and the pediatrician said if the baby is going to go back home. Everyone in that house need to test negative, otherwise, it can happen. So you can imagine that the minutes felt like ours you know in the our failed like days to them it was really difficult for for for Suli it was very, very difficult for her because she was going through a lot. You know she said that she had night Mertz pretty much every single night and that she she was not able to get any risk at all You know it's not easy. Imagine that that she said, I didn't have a chance to look at my son you know in I just have A. Faded picture of him and that the only thing I know they do a lot of video conferences. So to say, watts up, that was their main way of communication and missle era. You know she was sending videos every day calling them. You know just to make sure that that bond was was still there you know kind of like a virtual bond. That moment, but it's the law of mom. There was a very powerful connection and you can see it when you see in the scene when they when when she's holding the baby for the first time, I mean, it's just an electrifying moment.
Netflix sets new record with 160 Emmy nominations
"Were announced on Tuesday for the 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards, and HBO's watchman picked up 26 including a lead actress nod for Regina King. The 20 nominations for the marvellous Mrs Mazel made it the most nominated comedy, while Ozark and succession tie for the most nominated drama with 18 of peace. Meanwhile, the man DeLorean and Shits Creek got 15 nominations each in the race of the networks. Netflix made history with a whopping 160 nominations, the most ever for any network. HBO came in second with a total of 107 Jimmy Kimmel will host Theseventy second annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20th on ABC.
Chicks in the Office
See if your favorite shows are nominated for an Emmy
"It is time to get into the twenty twenty emmy nominations for this year. Super Exciting. Not really sure how they're going to show the EMMYS I. Think it's going to be virtually either way I'm watching I'm tune in I'm rooting for all my favorite shows and for all my favorite people. So let's get into a let's talk about. The nominees? Loved I. Really Liked that open trophy I felt like maybe with a little game show music in the background, it would have been like, oh Gentlemen. We're here to get into the twenty twenty Emmy Awards. I'm hoping though at Seddon. Yeah he's not paying attention. When he listens. You'll hear it when he listens stock. Okay. We'll start from the top will go through a bunch of the good ones. Number one outstanding comedy series, curb your enthusiasm dead to me insecure shits creek the good place, the Kamensky method, the Marbles Mrs Mazel, and what we do in the shadows now I know of all of these shows and the only one I don't know of is what we do in the shadows have never heard of that but if That one either but it's nominated. So it must be good.
On with Mario Lopez
Facts and figures about the 72nd Emmy Award nominations
"For this year's Emmy Awards on with Mario Hollywood bus. Netflix, arguably the biggest name in TV Right now, they lead all networks with 160. Any nominations. That is incredible to record, by the way, so he got nominated Fraser watchman looking to have a big night, more nominations than any other show. They got 26. Now Wait a second watchmen. Ironically, is not Netflix. No, it's not. It's on HBO miniseries on HBO, and I haven't seen this yet. We'll obviously It's doing some right 26 nominations. That's amazing. The marvellous Mrs Mazel, which is an Amazon show 20 nominations, Ozark and succession have 18 each marvellous. Mrs. Mazel was like the darling last year and pretty swept award season. That's a comedy Ozark in succession. Huge fan of both of those shows Nice to see them recognized. S o. We'll break down a couple of categories to real quick. The best drama nominees Better call soul. Yes, the crown. The Handmaid's Tale killing Eve, the man DeLorean. Mandel Aurea. What a nice surprise Right there. That's amazing for business, plus Ozark Stranger things and succession. How stranger things that was a really solid season. I am diggin. This category. Right here. This is a very, very tough category with so much great content out there. I'm a little surprised that the last season of homeland or billions, wasn't recognized cause I thought those two were outstanding. That's sure I actually have to catch up on homeland to see the best comedy nominees Curb your enthusiasm Dead to Me, which I recently started watching, and it's hilarious and weird and amazing. A good place insecure Kaminski method. The marvellous, Mrs Mazel freak and what we do in the shadows. Now wait a second. What we do in the shadows. I am not familiar
Red Eye Radio
How to watch the shows with most Emmy nominations this year
"For the 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards route. Jim Roop has the result. But because of the stay at home conditions amid the pandemic this year may be an enemy's first the first time most Americans were actually be familiar with all the nominees because of the desperate searches for binge entertainment, friends and family suggesting shows to watching people actually having time to watch the happening. TV networks. Shits Creek is among the best comedy series nominees as our HBO's curb Your Enthusiasm and insecure So Netflix is dead to me in the committee method. Prime videos. The marvellous Mrs Mazel is on the list again, along with a good place from NBC and what we do in the shadows from FX. The Emmys will be handed out September 20th
The John Phillips Show
'Watchmen' leads charge for Emmy nominations relevance
"Not Dragons ruled This year's Emmy nominations Last year was Game of Thrones this year. HBO superheroes Siri's Watchman lead nominations today with 26 followed by Amazons. The marvellous Mrs Mazel with 20 Netflix lead all platforms with a record 160 overall nominations, followed by HBO, 107 and NBC in a distant third with 47. Jimmy Kimmel, Huh? The 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20th. Sharon
Colleen and Bradley
Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever
"Nominations for the 72 annual Emmy Awards were announced today. Netflix, Ozark and HBO's succession lead drama categories with 18 nominations each, while Amazons that marvellous Miss Mazel dominated the comedy side with 20 nominations. The Emmy Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and will air September 20th on ABC.
Lewis and Logan
Emmy Nominations 2020: HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ Leads Contenders
"For Netflix as the Emmy nominations are announced in Hollywood, All Hail watchman HBO comic book adaptation is the most nominated show for this year's Emmys. 26 total nominations, including a nod for Best limited Siri's Amazons. The marvellous, Mrs Mazel is second with 20 nods, including best comedy. Siri's Ozark on Netflix and HBO Succession are tied with 18 Jason Nathan's, An ABC News Network snagged a record 160 nominations Emmy Awards, scheduled for September 20th on ABC. Following the
Tightening your belt? How to decide which streaming TV service to cancel.
"With me, senior editor Shelby Brown who was a nice run down to the various streaming services out there, and why should drop each one of them? Thanks for joining me shelby. Thanks for having me again so before we get into the different services We can get the details in a bit Do you have any general suggestions for how you would approach things when you know balancing your budget with all these various streaming services because? For a lot of people, there are different shows that we like. Those shows are found on different services. So there's no. There's no one size fits all options. So, what would you suggest a folks? Generally looking at this landscape. I. Definitely examined why you want that service Aaron. What's appealing to you about that service Lake I had to stop myself from immediately subscribing to HBO. Max Number One just because of the giant explosion of publicity around it when it first came out and kind of the the foam. Oh the fear of missing out I think that can be a big drought services. Especially the new wines I can imagine. That's GONNA. Be when peacock comes out. They'll be a huge drama that 'cause It's new and attractive, but with HBO Max I wanted to subscribe to it. Because, I immediately fell in love with their classic films collection, but I have to ask myself if that's all that I am going to watch, there is always stat worth my money so i. think that that's a question that you should ask yourself before you subscribe to something Dutch. I think that's a that's a good concept to keep in. Mind is considering there are only so many hours in the day and so much time we have to watch stuff so even if in principle it's something you WanNa. have access to your right. It may not be something you'd necessarily need. so let's let's. Let's run through the different service. Let's start with the granddaddy of the mall in the one that is basically ubiquitous, and that's net flicks. It almost is it conceivable to drop athletes. Are there reasons why you'd WanNa? Drop this service on. I think that Netflix's kind've where we started with that. You know binging idea, and whether actively watching it or it's just on for background noise of course there are Netflix's originals which typically Garner a lot of buzz on social media like tiger king came out recently so mostly I think if you're not interested in staying on top of new shows, Netflix's might not be for you or watching the old classics like the Office or Parks and recreation or win. Friends was on there before Hbo Max. And, some of those shows have disappeared from Netflix so that you Kinda lose access to some of that old library. Right All right well, what about Disney plus? As simple as it sounds. I think you should access me, plus you're not into Disney or marvel. Disney plus is a mistrial Jake ride with the vaulted films and the Disney channel original movies from the late nineties early two thousands, and the Buzzword, the original shows Lake Amanda Laurean and the Star Wars films again the marvel films, but again if you're not a fan of the Disney or the marble films, you might not want to invest Disney plus. That's the thing. There could be something he said about subscribing to the services. Timed with shows. You love right like what we know. The mental Lawrence coming back with. Subscribe to it for Laurie Withdraw Fortunately for one of the for these services, there are like cancellation fees. It's not as sticky as it used to be with cable service. You can hop on hop off and that's that that's a good benefit. You can sort of time out if you really want to be strategic about it. These different services right and we've seen those trends win. Game of thrones was on with with HBO. We would see the spike in the viewership. Go up right before the season started, and then we would see plummet after this season would go off so. That and as transition HBO match what? Why would you WANNA keep. Why would you WANNA trump? Hbo Max Hbo Max Really came out swinging at lines with a huge catalog. Of TV shows movies. Its price is on the higher side though compared to other services. It's fifteen dollars a month. so I win necessarily invest in Matt if you're looking for more budget, friendly option an. An Hbo Max Might Not Be the one that you want to subscribe to. Because you can't stream HDR, yet or on Roku or Amazon devices, but it's still new, so that could change in a couple of months or next year. The Amazon Prime Video Amazon. Prime video is kind of a two for one because you get the discount with ecommerce site as well. The platform more centered around movies that you can rent by watch for free but the service definitely puts a focus on its original shows like flea, bad marvelous Mazel and modern love, so if you're more fan of mainstream TV shows, you might WanNa drop trends at you. This is like the one that is kind of default to your point. Right like I am a prime member because I did the shipping services and the videos Kevin Extra. About who is probably one of the more pure play, TB streaming services out there I. who if you don't care about keeping up with? The current mainstream shows one of my favorite parts about the service is. how quickly uploads new episodes after the air on cable, but you can also get the live TV plan for fifty five dollars a month that acts like a capable replacement to watch shows in real time. A downside to that for example, if you wanted to catch up on all the seasons of Grey's anatomy, only season sixteen available on Hulu whereas all the seasons are available on Netflix, so that's kind of a catch, and then lastly apple. TV Plus Apple TV plus has a lot of original shows that were a significant drought of the service like the morning show and. You can like all your streaming services to your apple TV apple TV plus doesn't have a library of license chosen movies. It all so doesn't always release full seasons of shows at one. So, J, if none of the new shows clear interest after the fruit trial. Don't keep it. I subscribed to TV plus for the free trial and watched the servant. I thought it was really good. I'm probably will pick it back up when a second season comes out, so that's always option.
Dressed: The History of Fashion
Fashion & Film
"Episode actually has been on my mind since our very first season and it combines both my passion and my career because today we talk about fashion and film and we actually thought this was a particularly fitting episode with which to launch season three seeing as it's February. WNYC which is an eventful month for fashion in film. We are currently in the midst of course of the International Fashion Week Circuit and the Ninety Second Academy Awards Air. Just this is past Sunday February ninth. Not that I've seen many of the Oscar contenders this year. But let's be honest. I mainly tune in to see what everyone is wearing. Yes exactly the same. Although I did watch rock man last night which I know I loved. You're so so on costumes. Were amazing. Customer agree on that yet and we actually got to see a couple of them in in person when we were in L. A.. Recently which was very cool but the Oscars is definitely one of fashion industries. Highlights of the year. You know. I think it's safe to say that. What celebrities as where to this star centered? Event is just as exciting as the awards. Show itself and I'm sure many of our listeners will be joining us in watching the pre show coverage where where we will get an up close and personal look at all the glamour shirt to be on display on this year's red carpets and speaking of red carpet April you and I both. It's had our very first red carpet experience last month when we attended the iheartradio podcast awards. Yes and I will have to. I have to say getting ready for that stuff. Takes a really long time. I had no idea. We're inheriting makeup literally. Our it was very fun. Yeah it it was very fun so you're going to hear a little bit more on our first fashion history mystery of the season where we talk about all things red carpet including our favorite picks from this year's red carpet and an interview with Bronwyn cosgrave. Who is the author of the book made for each other which is an in-depth behind the scenes? Look at the history the of red carpet fashion so the Academy Awards dates back all the way to the nineteen twenties but the first films are being made as far back as the eighteen ninety s so the movies being produced ladies for over one hundred and twenty years you know. I think we should probably preface this episode by saying this is only intended as an overview of very huge topic like Jain enormous topic. Yeah I mean it's so big that we've chosen to focus almost entirely on the relationship between fashion as as it relates to American Hollywood films and for the most part I mean there will be a few exceptions and even by narrowing our discussion. There are still so many fascinating winning stories and players involved with a subject that it is impossible to cover them all in one episode. And that is why we are bringing you to yes and as you said. Casas is a huge topic and there are many different angles which we could look at the intersections of fashion and film. Historically of course the most obvious one is the depiction of fashion in film and that is fashionable clothing as costume worn by characters in support of the visual narrative of any given plot and this fashionable clothing can be worn both in contemporary films. Those intended to be set within the time in which their audience are living now currently when interviewing them and also period films film set in the past so clothing and fashionable clothing at that is one of the most vital production elements in selling link any given period in history it is very central to the quote unquote look of a specific time and place and we have to give many a costume designer props further further historical accuracy over the years but April. I think you would agree that present day fashion is a pretty powerful force and even the best designers have been guilty of implementing unconsciously or not contemporary beauty and fashion aesthetics into their period costumes. So if you look at any number of the westerns from the nineteen sixties for instance instance set in the late nineteenth century. But I can't even tell you how many heating ladies in these films are costumed with bouffant hairstyles eyeliner. They're so good. You know not to mention that these electric colors of their bustle gowns so fashion in film and we're using the term film today because while the majority of the movies were talking about where filmed on film so fashion and film have been inextricably linked since the earliest days of cinema. The I motion picture films were produced at the end of the nineteenth century by the first decade of the twentieth film production had fast evolved into a mass entertainment industry tree. Hollywood obviously as we all know in Los Angeles California was epicenter and the home to over seventy studios and counting by nineteen fourteen and prior to the advent of film. Theatre was a hugely popular form of spectator entertainment. And it was thanks to this medium that that female audiences had long been accustomed to viewing their favorite theater actresses and the clothes they wore as the latest word and chic and and actresses wore high fashion on an off stage and we'll heralded as fashion icons in newspapers. Fashion Magazines and film would prove no different different with its bevy of Silverscreen starlets who would capture the admiration of millions of women audience goers all across the country so with the film industry fast on the rise in the early twentieth century. We see the debut of the first film Fan Magazines such as photo play and Motion Picture magazine. And both of these magazines presented actresses as this fashion trendsetters. And you WANNA go down a rabbit hole. You can go to media history project dot org forward slash fan magazines because they have a huge archive five of keyword searchable magazines on there. So have a blast so far but it will it will take up an entire afternoon. Photo play even had a regular column dedicated to fashion which often featured full-body photographs of actresses so as to best display their entire gowns printed in black can white though. These photographs were accompanied by text. That really detailed the gowns color and fabric for the enquiring reader actress Norma talmadge was featured so often in the fashion section in a photo play that she was even named fashion editor for a short time in nineteen twenty by emphasizing the dress and appearance of these early film stars. These he's magazines played a pivotal role in establishing film actresses as fashion icons. But you may be wondering who was dressing them today. We're all accustomed to the important role the costume designer and Costume Department and Film and Television Production. Obviously what would Miss Marvelous. Mrs Mazel be without Donna and her talented team of assistance. Cutters fitters Taylor shoppers. dyers agers the list. There are a lot the people helping out on those productions. Let's just say Oh. Yeah but actually in the earliest days of cinema. There was no such thing as a costume designer and thus no costume department dedicated educating to produce in costumes for a specific movie so according to costume designer and historian Deborah Landis in her book dressed century of Hollywood costume design. She's actually written quite extensively on the history of Hollywood design. So you're going to hear her name. Come up quite a bit so according to Deborah Producer Adolph Zuqar and director. D W Griffith were among the first to recognize the importance of and need for the professional costume designer. And this was in the nineteen ten's but we still do not see standardization cassation of the costume designer and department until the nineteen twenties so prior to this actors and actresses were largely expected to provide their own wardrobes for contemporary foams. With many I mean those who could actually afford it. I suppose many of these people work directly with their favorite fashion designers to create their specific onscreen. Looks for instance. Paul Poiret as you all know who we adore and love. He designed the period costumes for acclaimed actress. Sarah Bernhardt in the nineteen twelve French film. The loves of Queen Queen Elizabeth. It does not surprise us at all. That far was among the very first fashion designers to embrace the new medium of film as a way to extend. His influence is an advertise his brand although he would never admit it. Of course big neither would contemporary lady Lucille Duff Gordon. Who designed the gallons for the leading ladies for over twenty films between Nineteen Fourteen and nineteen twenty two starting with the perils of Pauline starring? Pearl White I love that AH film And in April nineteen eighteen vote dedicated to page spread to Lucille designs for actress Clara Campbell Young and the Nineteen nineteen eighteen film. The reason why which was written by Lucille sister the famed novelist turned screenwriter. Eleanor Glynn thanks to there's well known collaborations nations. I mean. Is it any wonder that Motion Picture magazine declared that quote motion picture actresses where the latest modes and they declared this in its September nineteen fourteen issue. The article goes on to say that quote women revel in the style of gown much better in the picture show than she can in the pages of some fashion journal but this brings up a very very interesting point April because we all know how quickly fashion can change and what was in fashion when you're designing and then shooting a film while it might have changed I by the time. The film was released six months to a year later. Case in point Lucille's designs for Clara in the reason why might have been presented by vogue as the latest fashions nineteen eighteen. But I know at least one of those designs came straight from her nineteen seventeen collections. Clair West one of the very first screen credited costume designers address address. This very issue in an interview with women's wear daily in December nineteen nineteen according to her fashionable film costumes reproduced thanks to new fashion forecasting which is fascinating. She goes on to say quote. It is particularly difficult to dress characters for the screen when one considers that the close not only must be up to date but they must be several months head of style and you know by designing for the future Claire and other costume designers designers of this time really consider themselves both costume and fashion desires case in point one month prior women's wear daily had interviewed West about the influence silence of Hollywood on fashion in an article titled Motion Pictures To Create New Fashion Center and at the time West was under a seven year contract with the picture and distribution distrubution company. lasky famous players company. Soon to be known as a name. Some of you may recognize paramount pictures quote as for the role which motion pictures plays plays and fashion resort. In Miss West opinion there is no limit West oversaw the designing and making of costumes for the entire film company. So this is no oh small order and she did this in a three story building devoted entirely to costume production just to give you an idea of the size of this costume. Department West fulltime fulltime team consisted of sixty five women including five flower makers ten designers. Numerous seamstresses to Taylor's staff hairdressers. There's a number of assistance quote in this way said West. We have the ideal conditions under which fashions should be created and created. Is the keyword right here because they were not buying you know off the rat clothing cast for both period and contemporary films. The majority of the clothes seen on the stars in Hollywood films were produced made to measure for them in
The "Transparent Musicale Finale" is a fitting eulogy for a wacky, messy series
"The last episode of the Amazon series transparent created by Jill Solloway the show premiered in the fall of two thousand fourteen before the Marvelous Mrs Mazel before fleabag that's back when Amazon was still mostly known for selling boxes of stuff not for winning emmys before transparent arrived arrived stories about Trans people were largely untold on TV. Show was lauded but also criticized for casting Jeffrey tambor assists gendered man to play the parent who transitions instead of a trans actor Solloway wants defended the choice by saying that the part was written based on the true story Uppsala ways parent who transitioned in two thousand fifteen solloway one emmy for outstanding directing in a comedy thank you to the Trans Community for your lived saved lives to stop violence against transgender women and toppled the Patriarchy top two years later when the fourth season dropped Tambour was accused of sexual harassment by to Trans Women on the show. The series went on Hiatus Gatiss. An investigation followed and timber was fired in the finale. The tambour character Moore Dies offscreen within the first few minutes and and the rest of the show is a celebration complete with a funeral and a whole lot of song and Dance
I tried out Sprint's 5G and gosh - it's not that fast
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All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture
Top 2 Ways to Learn English
"So the number one way for sure I would say movies. I remember, I don't know if I've told the story on the show before, but I was living in Amsterdam for a little while in my twenties. And I met this dude from Norway, and he was like completely fluent in English. Like, he spoke as if he had grown up in New York like interesting the accent and everything, and I was like have you lived in the states, and he's like I've never been to an English speaking country, and he wasn't even a good student. He didn't like study English in school or anything. He just watched movies like movies constantly all the time. And that's how he learned his fluent English. So work south really interesting, and yeah, you see that in. Yeah. Definitely in plate like in Norway and Scandinavia different parts of Scandinavia. People seem fluent basically a hundred percent. I went and. Yeah, that is amazing. If you're because it's really like being immersed in English in a sense, your entertainment is immersed in English for. For sure for sure I just want sort of out of the box recently as far as movies go and watched an action movie called den of thieves, and I absolutely loved him. You know, just the heist film with a bunch of shooting. And I, you know, I appreciate the action genres, and I know a lot of listeners like action. So I recommend den of thieves. I love it. I love it. So that is our number one recommendation. So that is that number one and number two is right in that. Same order is watching an English Serey or multiple series. And the reason I like this personally is that you get like I said before you can kind of get invested in the story and the characters over a longer period of time. So I feel like your fluency kind of carries out over time. So it's kind of it becomes a bit of a project to come back to the show all the time and spreads spread it out in a sense rather than just two hours of intense immersion. It's over weeks. True. Yeah. And it's easier to consume if it's like twenty minutes on like, the good place or something older like cheers or Frazier. I still like those old ones too. And so it's easy to fit in like even on a lunch break, you could watch an episode. But then also with these prestige television sort of series like the one I mentioned the leftovers or. Like, the very first one the sopranos stuff like that. You get to know these characters and how they talk, and they do have like sort of catchphrases or quirky things that they say all the time. And so I think this little bit of repetition along with getting really comfortable with how they talk that accent. And you just understand more and more at every episode, and you do forget, you're learning at all because you get so like you said like invested in the story and what's happening. That's so true. That's so true. Does. I mean, I know a lot of people like friends, and that's great. It's awesome. If you guys like friends, we love to recommend other options to kind of branch out from that for sure I know on another episode. We mentioned the marvelous MRs Mazel that is only auch. Yup. I love it. I just finished watching a British one called the flowers, which is also amazing Livia Coleman is in it. She won best actress for the favorite. She won the. Oscar this year, and she's she can do comedy drama everything. And this is I would say a drama. It's a mixture of comedy and drama, so the flowers. Yeah. Something is one that. I like is the good doctor. So the acting is not amazing. I feel like what I've despite what you just said Jessica about the hang award that the person one I almost feel like with so many kind of series out there. Now, I feel like the acting is maybe not as good. But maybe kind of the story lines are interesting. You know, they're kinda there's there's a certain quality to a lot of shows. And it's not always in the acting. Sometimes it is though, but I like the good doctor. So it's a story of a doctor that has autism. Really interesting story. So that's one that I would recommend you guys. Yeah. I think because the good doctors a network show. Right. So we're talking like ABC NBC. Those. Yeah. That's right. So, but you are definitely following. You're coming back every week in your following a story line. So it's essentially it's the same thing. Yeah. That's awesome. And then so those are the top two, I sure and I really like the sixth one that he gave where you make yourself speak out loud. Every day you have to listening to half of it. Right. You have to take what you watched. What you listen to and use it somehow. Right. So definitely find a website like just Google conversation starters. And there's so many websites like two hundred and fifty conversation topics more than enough right for you to just
News in Brief 3 May 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations attacks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Ebola hits North Kivu province. Forced more than one hundred thousand people to flee their homes in April. The refugee agency UNHCR said on Friday, speaking to journalists in Geneva, urinate. She our spokesperson baba Balak said that those displaced facing a desperate situation and access to them as being hampered by continuing violence involving multiple armed groups. It's estimated up to sixty thousand people fled in the past month. It's the result of fighting around commando near the town of Beni. That's an estimated fifty thousand people fled in neighboring Lou Gehrig territory, where the Congolese army was fighting, my militia the Benny area is the epicenter of the worst ever deadly Abullah virus outbreak in Diaz history, which is killed close to a thousand people since last August and infected nearly fifteen hundred here's more from baba Balak fighting continues in southern parts of not Keeble and toward the polish capital of Goma off. On displaced. People are the targets last week five mutilated bodies were found in a river in Masisi territory around sixty kilometers to the not west of Goma. The bodies included those of three children four of the dead were people who had been kidnapped from a nearby displacement site. The head of the UN human rights office or HR stressed on Friday that capital punishment for child offenders is absolutely prohibited. Under international law. The execution of two seventeen year old boys in Iran on charges of rape and robbery High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Bachelet said the two cases were particularly outrageous because it appears that both boys were reportedly subject to ill-treatment and a flawed legal process. The human rights office urged thirties in Iran, immediately, hold any further executions of child offenders reminding around that it's obliged to abide by the International Covenant on civil and political rights by the convention on the rights of the child Misbash. Colin authorities to immediately commutable such death sentences Mechta before and I mean said I got were fifteen years old when they were arrested and accused of rape and robbery two years ago. The boys had originally denied all charges but related convicted sentenced to death and executed on the twenty fifth of April. The will program WFP announced on Friday that it suspended distribution worldwide a fortified blended food from one of its suppliers the precautionary measure was taken while tests continue to establish whether eating the cereal could be linked to an illness outbreak in east Africa. The combination of Mazel wheats blended with soya beans and fortified with vitamins and minerals is used by WFP and partners to prevent malnutrition, especially among women and children, according to medical center and hospital records three people died in two hundred ninety three were admitted for treatment in the caramel J region of northeast Uganda in March and April after eating the super serial today. It's more than two thousand four hundred food related laboratory tests are being conducted. Including for Mike, O toxins, heavy metals pesticides microbe contaminants, but the root cause of the problem has not yet been established might wells UN news.
Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell
Booming measles cases rocket toward record 2019
"A measles outbreak across the country has many folks on edge, USA radio networks Timberg has more. But number of measles cases, confirmed in the US since the beginning of the year already surpasses, the total number of confirmed in two thousand eighteen Dr Rudolph Ellen teeny tells WD IV TV in Detroit that vulnera- patient population are those that are unable is. So really if we can get ninety five percent of our populace vaccinated if we can achieve ninety five percent vaccination we can radically eight Mazel Valentini also tells the local Detroit News affiliate you have to take care of yourself. But you have to take care of the. Person to your right into your left. And really the responsible thing to do is to get vaccinated.
Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell
Measles Cases Spike in U.S. as Outbreak in New York Worsens
"A measles outbreak across the country has many folks on edge, USA radio networks Timberg has more. But number of measles cases, confirmed in the US since the beginning of the year already surpasses, the total number of confirmed in two thousand eighteen Dr Rudolph Ellen teeny tells WD IV TV in Detroit that vulnera- patient population are those that are unable is. So really if we can get ninety five percent of our populace vaccinated if we can achieve ninety five percent vaccination we can radically eight Mazel Valentini also tells the local Detroit News affiliate you have to take care of yourself. But
Skinflint's guide to cutting the cord
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. So you've heard about cutting the cord in saving money on your cable or satellite Bill, but the idea of spending at least forty dollars a month for cable alternative service, like YouTube, TV direct TV now is not what you had in mind. And you heard that apple this week announced plans to launch yet another streaming service, offering movies and TV shows the likes of Oprah Winfrey. Steven Spielberg, and Jennifer Aniston, perhaps now is the time to cancel cable TV and go all in on streaming. Let's help you do that with a skinflints guide to saving money by cutting the cord, I know that the average American pays just over one hundred dollars for monthly cable. So let's drop that considerably to do. So keep your net service and watch TV from the huge array of free entertainment available online start with cutting or cable TV. So let's start at the most basic Bion antenna the intent as of today. They are much stronger than they used to be the cost about seventeen to forty dollars. They'll they come with a tuner, you'll get all the broadcast channels in a bunch of digital channels, offering international and old TV shows, you can cut your cable Bill by thirty dollars. You'll be looking at a savings of three hundred and sixty dollars yearly. But you know, you may not even need the Antenne because maybe you don't even care about broadcast TV many people don't, but you will lose out on a DVR without having cable you can buy an air TV for one hundred and twenty dollars, but you'll still need an antenna a streaming player and an external hard drive to make it work Amazon's fire TV recast is to thirty dollars. And with that, you'll need a fire TV or echo show speaker to make it work. But it does have a built in hard-drive or maybe you don't care about a DVR because everything is on streaming and available to watch any time. How about a television and a streaming player which you can pick up for about twenty five dollars. Roku Amazon fire stick or a smart TV? Most new TV's IRS are quote, unquote, smart, and there were way cheaper than they used to be in the two hundred and fifty dollars to three hundred dollar range now as a smart viewer. You're going to be urged to subscribe to Netflix, Hulu CBS all access streaming varieties of HBO Showtime and others spending from six to fifteen dollars monthly do you have to no not at all? Maybe you don't care about seeing the latest Han Hans made tail for the umbrella academy YouTube will give you hours and hours and months of free programming. I could live on just YouTube. I don't need the others, and I will say that if you're an Amazon prime member, and you're paying for your shipping will you've got a great streaming service. I think it's actually the best one Amazon prime Lada great old movies and TV shows and some good current stuff. Like the marvelous MRs Mazel now. Now be on YouTube. There are several free TV channels Pluto TV to be crackle Zuno and the Roku channel offering free movies and TV shows in exchange for you sitting through their ads so again television internet signal streaming player is basically all you need everything else on top of that is gravy. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. What are your thoughts? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech police subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Thanks for listening. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job. And actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percents of employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.