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"minnie" Discussed on Movie Crush
"And fan. She would learn. You could actually you know. Have a good relationship with a man. And then she would go and marry like a grownup. Neither dead dabney coleman or him now neither is it. Yeah i think that's a good call In the very subtly sort of indicate that he and insanely workout okay. 'cause her name is listed on the playbill on the sign. Or whatever so you. They don't need to tie that up with the prettiest bo. i think. I love the way they did that. They're like clearly they're going to be powell's 'cause they're acting together in their friends. Play exactly and that that was the whole point like making that money in the first place was to put on the play so they could. They could be actors. You know which is an act as do actors do get over stuff. Yeah i think you do you have to I think the last thing i wanna talk about. Maybe he's just that the reveal scene it's It felt the other night when we were watching. It felt almost like a sports movie. How it was the tension and it was culminating in this big k because they had to go live. It was such a great setup. You know that you know what's going to go down. It almost felt like the ending of the karate kid iraqi or something totally and also when the amazing moment where michael stumbles. And he doesn't have that new booth life that everyone is just like on the edge of the scene. He doesn't know what the story of what is going to go. And then the elected of side carries on even though it's not like the nuclear codes like stop for a minute and then carried on. I mean when he reveals seen that movie so many times in emily and i watched it the night and were it was uproarious laughter in our bedroom watching that when he finally rips it off and the in everyone's expression it was just i knew it was coming. I've seen it a dozen times and we were dying. We were rolling on the floor laughing. It was so great and so funny. Well i'll be i. It's it's you know it was fun. I found really live. And i've never i've never made peace. Was it with a is is when jessica langer's over ten and she punches him in the stomach shouldn't flat right super-rich poking deck ten like i don't get it. It's like whoa. I don't understand that choice. I've never understood that choice. I still don't understand it now. It's funny that you said that. Because we said the exact same thing in fact when she came up to him. I said here comes the slab punching him and like the full coming out of his mouth. I would have taken. I would take an any russian. That wasn't nothing him in the god this year and we thought it might have been the balls as i think it was a stomach bunch. Yeah it was definite. Oh that's good. I never thought about that. I've always thought it was a stomach punch. I think it is. I think kneeing him in the balls could have been an acceptable number two to punching him. She really a punched him. If that's actually the only thing that i would change about that whole movie i agree. Yeah that was the only sort of weird choice. I wonder what the what the provenance is. That of any idea. great movie. I mean i feel like we covered it. How do you feel. Oh yeah yeah. I'm it's so funny and talking about it. I just am wondering how many people are going to be like. Hat's a really sexist movie i out thank. You should be like nap movie minnie driver. God europe bad feminist bad feminist. No you're great feminists in it's a great movie and if you look at it in the lens of nineteen ninety-two they're actually saying a lot about feminism. And i think he was trying. I think it was really trying to to do something. I just. Don't think that we we just want that yet. We just the best nineteen eighty two could do yemen look if easier zero that another eighty s a great movie but if that's the fact that people are really looking at guy then that was some cinema verite compared to the alien and the boss across the main such a good movie. I was so glad to get to watch it again and Appreciate you coming on this very kind of you to spend so much time. Thank you very much apologize for my talk. But some of that in the airpods for thanks all right.
"minnie" Discussed on Movie Crush
"He said he's a mysterious creature. Gus he really is. He is Incredibly warm and so forth and yet mysterious. Something very sphinx-like about gus but when he's directing you It so amazingly pew and he doesn't say very much but what he says is so pertinent to what you're doing and will be the thing that unlocks what is needed in that moment. So he's he's quiet but absolutely intent. And i am the director of what with who his face would be right by the camera he was he was emma behind a monitor. Or maybe it was just in the big scenes. I just always remember his face being right that he was watching the scene as it was playing out as opposed to watching it through a lens And maybe it's because he trusted genie dysgraphia who is The the so sadly now deceased cinematographer. Who and he also was the cameraman. Maybe he trusted him and he was like. If i'm getting emotionally from the side of the camera i know geneva. Getting it But there was a beautiful symbiosis on that film between all departments and it was magical. You know the cool thing was hilarious. -ly maximum making. They were making a jackie brown at the same time. Like everything was all about. Jackie bradley jack. Browne this jack rather as all about tarantino. It's all about this whole thing so we would just left learn. There was nobody like hassling us. We would just made just went on and made this movie. Matin band just worked so hard. 'cause they were you know all hours writing rewriting Would just in it and we didn't have anyone breathing down on neck so we just got to make exactly the movie that he and matt ben wanted to make Because the tigers were looking at other meat right. It's a movie that you just invest so much as a viewer. emotionally Not only just the stuff with With will in his. Just you know heartbreaking story in what he's going through but then the the love story aspect of it is I think just it's so brutal to watch those seen still all these years later when you're getting your heart broken It's just a collective like collective heartbreak for the audience do it's so real and just awful it is. It's such a god and by the way that that scene. We did that scene in the in the in the audition. And i don't think matt and ben would mind my saying but they were when i went to audition for this movie was at the muscle hotel in new york and i got there. You know ready on time and stoked and poor. Gus was the guys in show up. And i got stuck deafened literally like an hour and gus is so quiet. And he's not a small talker and you know it was so awkward. And i just didn't know what to do. A sat there and eventually they showed up and they were so apologetic and they will they really over and they you know we. We launched into the The fight scene and We got into it and then matt stopped and he was like. Oh my god. I am so sorry like uso prepared many. I am so not prepared. A can we start again and i was like entertainment time but that scene. I believe that was written. That never changed from from the time that he i wrote batch well. That scene was intact And it's so it's so beautiful it's a it's a it's a mouthful seen and it's sabrina. Seen anything that involves you starting in place of real complicity and sweetness and ends up in a place of of abject misery. I mean it's catnip for an act. It's i didn't realize how hard it was at the time. I'm glad i didn't realize. I heard that is today when that's kind of a seen as you know it's coming and sort of their Is is it just sort of always in the back of your head like three more days until the benign note with the you know it now but then then i was raring to go every second of the day. Wake up ready. I was just like water. We got The i ate it for breakfast. I loved it so hard. Now i do that thing of going on god. Sweet is okay right. What are we going to do all right. Do i not want enough all right. All right all right. But then you just like i don't know this is like a dolphin quality when young and your passion about what you do. It's just play. Just pled all play and that was the way and i know now how hard madden ben were working. Like sort of after we'd finished shooting how hard they were working on the script that they were and so many hours in such extraordinary performances. But when we were on it was just playtime in an ising. It's a magical movie while gotti like yeah. I'm waiting. I can't believe no one has picked that movie yet as their movie crush. I'm sure it will happen at some point which is kind of one of the fun things like who's going to what movie i doubt it's interesting. It's quite it's it says so much better person. The foams that they love. It's my favorite buying the conversations of my favorite part. But it's my second favourite part of doing the show is hearing from someone that i really love and admire and like oh my god was going to be. What's your movie going to be and it's almost always something i love to which is which is kind of fun but before we get into your movie tootsie great choice I want to talk a little. Bit about your podcast. I'm not sure how much you're allowed to talk about yet. But in a spirit of creative diversification. I have a podcast that i iheart is producing. And it's going to be out soon. It is cooled many questions and the title really reveals what it's about and it is really is. It goes a shallow or as deep as they as the guest decides But i'm i love talking to people and I'm interested in people in all different kinds of people. And i think this podcast rather than just being conversations with famous friends is a real examination of how how people move through the world and how they deal with it. We had me on so it's definitely not conversations with famous friends famous francesa. What are you kidding me. Well it was a lot of fun. And i can't wait to hear who else is going to be on. And here's some these feel like we did have a really good conversation and you're very good at talking to people it's I was super excited about such a fan of yours and my wife has to and we After she was like well what was it like. It was like she was lovely and it was a great conversation from jump. You know And you just have a very welcoming Spirit and i think that's That's the key to a show like that. That's so nice thank you. I mean really coming from you as kind of put kosten gary yes That's that's praise. Indeed well. I can't wait and we'll let everyone officially launches and and other promotional stuff plan to get more out But your movie crush let's get onto tootsie From nineteen eighty two the second highest grossing movie of nine hundred eighty two behind e no way nine oscar nominations jessica lang won best supporting actress In competition against guarding.
"minnie" Discussed on Movie Crush
"At my laptop. Zoom screen at the face of mini driver. No cia hi there. How are you. I'm all right how are you. I'm great. We'll reveal the big reveal later but recorded yesterday With many i something else in so we're old friends now practically every great conversation. I'm not gonna lie that it was it was very these days. Yeah i think it is. Maybe that the whole nation of Conversing with each other in these times of separation. Maybe it'll be like a whole new thing a whole day. Get moving forward with a better normal right. Yeah i mean Is that a description of evolution. I'm on some level. You know moving with a with a better normal. Yeah i mean it feels like we've gotta get slingshot into something something else and hopefully better. Yeah in just to put that in context everybody the day that we're recording is the twenty first of january the day after Joe biden has president joe biden taken office and we stopped recording yesterday about an hour before the inauguration and You know. I know everything is still the same for now but it sure feels More positive to me to me. I found it very moving. Not gonna find jalen. Moving jay like fabulous. But i found it to be extraordinarily moving seeing seeing doug. Emhoff's holding the bible for kamala harris man holding the bible for woman totally being sworn in it. Just did something for me. The little girl that i was Interested in politics person it if felt like we've really were coughing. A new path said that was very exciting. Did you see her in the senate when she had to announce her own resignation. I it was very funny. I didn't i didn't see it. I read the op-ed that she wrote in the san francisco chronicle but didn't why what happened. Well i mean just. For as far as official business she had to resign from the senate and as vice president. I think had to the new. Not the new hirings. I mean. it's not a fortune five hundred company but had to announce the new Like a walking off. And then who was who was coming in who was leaving and she had to announce commonly hair resigns from the senate and then she just started cracking up and said that was really weird such a great smile and personality like human she not she not a a strange automaton she. A human person is and Boy how about lady gaga that great. Oh my gosh my boyfriend. Why why boyfriends mom she was like. Oh and didn't you think donna was great lady gaga. She she was fabulous to it was yemen. I mean that was it was some strange beautiful pageantry but truly beyond president biden and vice president. Khama harris. The that day belonged to amanda goldman. That woman is one of the most. I the pleasure of hearing her. I m seeing an event for women a women's event a couple of years ago and she she came and she. I don't know what the correct way of saying what she does because reciting her. Poetry seems super formal unwed. And i'm not cool enough to sort of say that whatever the kids would say the her and there is there is something incandescent her because she is so connected to what she is saying. Not the effect that it's having. I mean is the performance. You get a pretty pretty clinton knows for when someone is trying to manipulate an audience and that girl is just connected to something that articulates truth and beauty. In a way that. I've rick cabrini come across choosing as she looked fine. I mean it was a great and just I don't know when anyone starts to get down on on generations to come behind them. I i get really. I mean it's easy to dunk on millennials and gen z or whatever. They're calling everything. But i have great hope for the future and i think they're. They're doing it better than than did i mean i'm proud gen xer but i don't know we were pretty that yeah i feel like the most idea does lay over pluck. My eyebrows feel sick really. That's my signature a lot of really dark red lipstick thin my grass and like a bad attitude watching a lot of ethan hawke movies bad. Oh who didn't were. You got ever no hell. No i had crazy hat. I was my nickname at school was slash had bananas. A firework exploded on my had. I know it takes you take it away. But i didn't have the confidence to pull it off. Like i really. I looked like a mop. It was called. I was clash and this this. This is hexagonal coin that we have in england cooled a fifty pay which is basically like fifty cents and i was cool fifty three i face. Well thank you so much. You know you know my face but it's it's definitely got a super kind of apparently hexagonal but yeah wrestles kids kids totally our kids and they give you something to push up against. I mean if you're lucky. And they didn't kelly this where we were in In deepest darkest england in the countryside at this truly amazing school. That i went to the i have to say for all of the full of the names in the whatever it was the the absolute breeding ground of everything. The i love and everything that i've been able to in my life so Yeah i loved my school. Performing arts school in october was it was very progressive in when we were there about seventy five percent self-sufficient so we did a lot of Taking care of the animals taking care of the farm buildings. You have what's called outdoor work as part of your curriculum. So you'd have double maths and then you'd have outdoor work where you be on a tractor Setting up whatever feels were going to have. Crops plunged in them Picking fruit in the summer.
What's the deal with Framing Britney Spears on HBO?
"Framing britney. This documentary had everyone above this weekend. I watched it last night. Kind of inbetween. Basically i'll be honest. I started watching it after the halftime show During the superbowl. 'cause i didn't really care at us home with my family and i wasn't like at a party or betting or anything but i'll get super bowl too but first of all Of course we've all heard about free brittany. Which has been this movement that her fans kinda started. There's been you know articles podcast and everybody talking about it. Of course. I follow her along with twenty seven other million people on instagram. And it's been weird. It's been weird watching her this last year. You gotta watch it. It's on lure fx. But it's just really they kind of just go through her whole career with in two hours which could have been. You know an eight part series. I think and we all remember when she came up. It was the mickey mouse club. And then all of a sudden she was really sexy. I remember when Shawn and marlon wayans were hosting the mtv awards and she came out and she did her sexy that goes with the snake and their joke which they came off came up with on the spot which is a great story is from minnie mouse club to the strip club and it was one of the funniest lines ever but now in watching that you're like wow you know this. This girl was suffering We made her suffer because we did jokes like this. We are obsessed with her sexuality. Diane sawyer was you look back at that interview which they featured and really putting her in the hot seat you know. Jay leno Doing jokes about her. We did jokes better. When chelsea lately started we. It was a great time for late night. Television also. Because right around that time the writers guild strike happened and we weren't writers guild so we were the only Late night show that got to stay on air. Every day was britney spears story. And it i. It just seemed like she was going. You know kinda fun crazy like she disliked to gas stations a lot and walk around barefoot and the paparazzi. Were there at the time. Because at that time there was no instagram. And that is how paparazzi and magazines made money is to get the shots of brittany. Brittany was the highest paid celebrity photos and then of course she married Kevin federal line but it was all just email. I just remember being doing chelsea lately and there was talk. We'll her kids taken away. And i remember sitting there going. There's no way she's going to lose custody of her kids. Come on i mean very few mothers do and she's she's going through a little struggling time but it's mostly because these paparazzi's are falling everywhere. Well you guys probably know this then. The dad got a conservative ship. And a lot of people after watching this special. This documentary said where was the mom. Why wouldn't the mom because parents divorced at that time. Try to get the conservative ship. Jamie her father was in and out of jobs Former drug addict. I believe maybe not drug out excessively alchoholic and So why would he be the person in charge. The thing is is. I think he was the first one to go to lawyers and try to get this into the works. And she was in a fifty one fifty at a mental institution when all this paperwork was done and the judge signed it. And now it's been you know fifteen years or something that this has been going on for and right away after this was done she started doing sitcoms again. Of course shortly after that she got her residency and she was making three hundred and fifty thousand dollars a night doing that show and then she left planet hollywood. And she now she's gonna do another huge residency at this new stage that they built her at the mgm and they do this big livestream thing and she comes up and then she just like and walks off talking to talk to reporters. She's not going to say anything. She's not going to do a song and shortly after that. She did it announcement saying my father is sick. And i'm not going to be performing. I'm going to put this residency off and that was really bizarre. People like is he sick. And i really don't know what the now looking back. I'm like i really don't know if he was sick of that was just her way out because now it looks like she in fact knew that the only way to get out of this conservatorship get her freedom back from her father was to stop working and stop making money and i. I would love to see what happened the day she was like you know what what the hell am i doing. Aren't going to sign up for another two or three year contract with them performing every night making all this money which. I don't get to choose how i want to spend the money. I don't get to get in the car and drive. I don't get to make a reservation and stay in hawaii on a whim without checking with twelve other people. Screw this you know. And she goes to her place in malibu during covert or wherever she is. Jesus been doing these weird instagram posts. Where her voice has changed. It's not the same voice. You're seeing these interviews on the documentary. And she's like ok guys. I've heard that a lot of been wondering what i'm going to do for the new year one. I'm gonna try to finish a pilates class to. I'm gonna try to meditate three. I'm going to try to eat better. And for i'm going to try that ice cream diet. And when she's doing it she's like it. Looks like she's definitely reading it whether it's a cue card but somebody else's there and the fact that she said i heard you guys not having reading your comments and one thing in the new year you guys asked me was Of course photos are weird. The makeup soy's like various mudgee. She's always wearing these crop tops. Sometimes she's dancing and you know i just really hope that I hope the mother gets involved. I hope that that the judge is able to watch this. Because i think when the judge granted this he was watching all the crazy news everyday. Let's just like the rest of us and this weird sam. Lufti was after an eye at the time. I was four the conservative ship. I'm like gosh. I don't want other people to take advantage of it this way. You know the data's there the other people are there to make sure that she stays healthy. No weirdos get around her. She's able to have visitation with her boys. But now after all these years it does seem really wrong and I think that this is going to be the catalyst to make whatever judges involved to open his eyes and maybe reconsider This conservative ship for
Sarah Chalke Talks Rick & Morty
"About what a dream career in acting might be. Sarah Chalke has sort of had it. She's been on some of the best love TV shows of all time, Roseanne. Scrubs How I met your mother. Not too shabby, right? But you know things must be slowing down during the pandemic for actors. Well, not for Sarah. Now she's part of the one of the most popular shows during this pandemic, the animated series Rick and Morty, where she does the voice of Beth Sanchez. I had the chance to talk with Sarah Chalke out in Vancouver, British Columbia last year after season four of the show rap. We talk from her home, NBC. Don't worry, I wasn't NBC hears our conversation. Hi, Sarah. How are you? Hey, I'm great. Nice to talk to you. Where are you? I'm in British Columbia and s O feel like you'd be here. You're still able to work right? You're on Rick and Morty. It's animated show. Are you still able to do voices? Yes, I'm I've been recording three cartoons up here, and it's been such an interesting adventure to find like the most acoustically positive sound And really, that's like a dead sense. You have to find somewhere small and s O. I started out in the lower bunk bed surrounded by every do they and pillow that was available to me and then try taking the kids play tent and duct taping seven moving blankets around it. Um and then you know you're in this kind of like dark space. And then I take like make a stack with like a thing of poker chips and Harry Potter books and then bounced the microphone on top and hope for the best. And I also say that like Beth on Rick and Morty Is not like a A super kid friendly cartoon character like No. Are you worried about your kids here in here and what's going on with mom in the room? So what if he like up and you know you're recording off campus in a sound contained sound booth? Um, so yeah, yeah, that's also been part of this figure out a way to not only keep the dogs from barking, um, and hearing birds, but also, uh, the Children not hearing you. So it's an interesting um Dynamic. They get to have some really loud. Screen time, huh? Get they get to watch their iPad as loud as they want so that mom could say rated r things into a microphone in the bunk bed. Totally. I mean, I was already worried about like my daughter who's three going to preschool and like she loves we have all the Rick and Morty like stuffed animals, and plus, she's and so she'll play with them. If you like, mister Q. B Butthole. Yeah, I don't know how that's gonna go over playing that with other Children. It's been really amazing to see how big Rick and Morty has become, like I remember when it was sort of like this little niche. Animated chauffeur for nerds and for You know, for people who like really kind of sophisticated comedy, and then it just becomes this worldwide phenomenon. And it made me think about your character, Beth. So for people who haven't seen the show, can you tell me who Beth was when you started and sort of who she's become, as the serious has gone on. Yes. Oh, so she's the sort of mother of the family. Um, Rick and Morty is the grandfather of the grandson. And you think you're gonna watch this grandfather grandson? Go on these like wild sci fi adventures. But what it ends up going into is like these real kind of rough family dynamics and on day kind of You know, not just this sci fi cartoon but asking these existential questions like if life is meaningless, and there are infinite universes, does anything really matter? So that's rickon Gordy in general, and then the best starting out kind of that, you know, as the Matriarch of the family and playing the mom and then over time, And as the seasons went on, you find out how much she is like her dad and the fact that when she was little, he had to build her a secret world. Because she was making whips to make people like her and mind control hair clips. As a young girl. You find out that she is kind of a lot like her dad, and and then and then, as the seasons go on. She wants to either stay or leave, And we don't know if she's a clone or not a clone, and that's been super fun to play kind of death. And then this alternate best as well. Space that it's funny like it. Z must be a challenge to sort of play your character and also sort of more sinister. We're like, deceptive version of your character. But it's all the same voice like You're not changing too much, you know. Yeah, Totally, totally. It's been. It's been super fun, and obviously we didn't know at any point that that was coming like we just get the scripts as we get them. We have no knowledge of. You know what's happening down the road in the future, so that part's so fun. I mean, to see like a Rick and Morty script in My Inbox is one of my favorite things because the minds of Justin Royal and and Dan Harmon are Unbelievable. There. So the scripture so smart and so funny and so wild. I love them. It's the number to show in all of North America like we were looking at in the US anyway. We were looking at the survey was conducted in the US to see what TV shows were being binge the most during the pandemic. So number one friends. Friends is number one. Right? Yes, I love it. I'm a big friends fan. And then sort of like the anti friends Rick and Morty is is not know that his number two in some states record is number one. What do you make of it? What do you make of it that during the pandemic, it's gotten even more successful. That's really cool. I didn't know that. I think I think people want to laugh and people want to escape into another world. And I think that it's a You know, a time for For a real need for for comedy, and the growth of It has been interesting to watch kind of through the eyes of comic con over the years like we would go to comic con You're one. It hasn't been released yet. So all the questions were to Dan Harmon about community and then the next year, it was like a couple of weeks walking around and then the next It was like a sea of Mr Poopy bottles and bricks and all these different characters was kind of cool. I get to see how it's how it's growing, but I'm glad it's bringing people less. Is it this time? Is it ever a bit intense? Like I know that I know that Even Dan and Justin, the folks behind the show have had to come out and talk to the fans of the show. Because they could be intense. They could be a bit toxic. That could be a bit sort of awful. Now when we're talking about a pretty small Group of fans of the show, but I can't imagine what that's like to be sort of in it to be in in the show, with all that's going on. Yeah, it is. It is wild. The degree to which you know I can't watch all the little pieces and I am you know, I think that That, you know, I don't. I don't actually read a ton of those, uh, those sites and comments, but I think it's It's cool how passionate people are about it. It reminds me because when you started, I think the first way we all knew you was when you were on when you were on Roseanne and you were brought in court famously, is second Becky. Like one of the biggest shows of the nineties, You replaced the original actress who played the daughter Becky, until the original Becky came back again. From what? I understand you were in high school in Canada, and then it got that gig. Yeah, it was crazy. I was 16 when I auditioned and I I was living in Vancouver and working on a couple things that were filming up here, but really haven't done anything under very much. And and, uh, got this audition and put myself on tape. And, um, I think we even like Mailed a VHS tape, You know, down to the states, and they called and said, We're gonna fly you down for an audition on day were seven of us and all the others were like 21 living in L. A actresses and all of us were doing this scene with Glenn Quinn. Who played Mark back his husband and the whole scene was like making out. You're making out with him. And you're like, you know, get job. The gas station, baby. Come and get it down to the gas station, baby. Come here. That was the same like there's this 24 year old, handsome Irish actor. How am I gonna remember one line and they said we'll let you know within a week. And then, a week later, they called back and said, Okay, come back tomorrow and do a scene with Roseanne and was like on the infamous coach on the set, and they were calling out. You know, camera numbers and having a laugh track and seeing if you could kind of adjust to those elements, and then they called and said, You got it. And Remember going to a party that night and telling a couple people and it just sounded so crazy. Sounded crazy. Yeah. Sounded crazy that you were in. You were in high school, and you were telling people having to be on the number one sitcom in the world. They would have been right to be like They're not. You're not like taking over for someone else like they're gonna not have like It just sounded insane. And we already had, like great seven. We already had, like someone like lied about being on the mini pops. Remember the many pox which were so amazing? I don't I don't know. The minibar like a Canadian band was like a Canadian kids. And you would like You know they would sing covers, and they were dressed these cool eighties clothes and they were amazing and someone in our schools that they were going to be in the mini pops. That wasn't true. So all the sudden I felt this feeling of like I'm lying about being in many parts, and then so then I kind of spread it on our school pretty quick. And then they called me back on Monday morning, and they said We're having cold feet about replacing Becky. So we don't know if we're gonna do it. We will do will pick you if we do it, but we're gonna put you on hold for four months. We're going to tell you in September just got this is jumping. You couldn't be a Minnie Bob situation, right? You're gonna have to go back to all of them ago. No, no, they change their mind like all you have Sara? Sure they did Change your mind. And then you then you find out Yeah. And then s O was my great 12 year and, um And I would go back and forth because they would shoot two or three weeks on one week off. So we would shoot Monday to Thursday. I would get on a plane first thing Friday morning and be at school in Canada on Friday afternoon and then and then fly back Sunday night or stay home for a week if we had a week off and kind of commuting back and forth I'm really interested in people like you who have On gun traditional first big gig like I was talking to Linda Cardellini the other day who played Lindsay on Freaks and geeks, Right? And you know, so there you go. She's her big break. Is this show that considered to be the greatest show of all time and then gets canceled after one season and I said, You know, what does that do for you for the rest of your career, and similarly for you your first Big is to replace beloved Actor. In a show that is the number one show on that, and it was it was controversial. When it happened, it was people couldn't believe that it was happening. And then I wonder if that taught you anything in your career going forward, whether it had hardened to you or heart And you do you think it did something to you? I think both of those things I think, you know, I mean, because Yeah, came. She would least he was Becky from seasons 1 to 5. I was six and seven. She came back for the beginning of eight. And then I came back for the rest of eight. And for nine. And so it was definitely, you know. As a kid. Um, it's you know, it's confusing and hard when they brought her back, and then they called this. Okay. Now, will you come back? And and so that piece, I think, um Was the challenging part of it for sure, And the other piece that was challenging was just going from complete obscurity to going on the number one show, and then you're at that age where gynecology just kind of wanna blend of a sudden that piece of it was it was hard, but they incredible part was the obvious, unbelievable gift of working with John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf and Roseanne and Sara Gilbert and Johnny Galecki and Sandra Bernhardt. And I mean it was It was crazy. It was like stepping into having not really worked out much to working with this top, unbelievably talented comedians and just watching them. Work and what They would do with a script from a Monday morning table read Till Thursday night Tape night. It was such a huge learning experience and so so interesting and obviously You know, open so many doors for me. I mean, I was Like my entire diamonds, girls. My nickname was second package would be like we got second back in the seventies. Really Good. Yeah. Yeah,
Remembering Our Belonging
"And welcome. Some really glad to be with you. Were exploring tonight part two. It's a continued reflection on belonging and the pathways to belonging and as you know as social beings belonging the urge for belongings in our dna and the research. The growing research on our need to belong is. It's very very striking for us. Human jr that how much the sense of connection having active relationships impacts our health our happiness or longevity and it's true for poor for wealthy across all populations our relationship and feelings of connection matter and as we know of course there's all sorts of unhealthy versions of connecting heard. One story of these three novices in i see side monastery and they got caught in a kind of minnie's nami and got stranded on an island They'd been voting got stranded on an island hundreds of miles away and so after keeping themselves alive for several weeks they found a cave and it had zafy. who's in it sitting cushions. You never know on on these desert islands and they sat down in the spirit of the cave began communicating in an echoing voice. Saying you know you found your way to the funk spot on the island and you properly assumed often i will grant you three wishes as the first i one of the novices will my wishes to return to the monastery and vish he disappeared. He was gone in the second set. I two i also on return to the monastery. I you know wanna learn at the feet of my beloved abbott shusha. He was gone to and the third side. You know these friends have been my song my community. I miss them and i want them back rush. So as you know when we don't have a secure sense of belonging we develop either. It's unhealthy attachments. Were kind of like codependence. And the and the like are we move more. Towards avoidance were. There's aversive nece towards others and we either push away or we withdraw ourselves yet if we step back and we really look in the deepest way even when we've had bad formative attachments even when there's a sense that are belonging has been severed through harm from our caregivers and trauma and the way the society treats us three reality is. We can never be removed from this web of a living dynamic energy that we belong to the reality is our living forms are inextricably embedded in this natural world. I read a an interesting article in the new york times This is research. That's been done in deep forests and how there are fungal threads that are connecting all the trees and all the even trees of different species throughout the forest and they're responsible for communication between the trees and the flow of nutrients often from the older trees to the younger trees. We are made of an embedded in this living world. You know our deepest nature is that basic aliveness an awareness and love that really gives rise to this world so we're reflecting on belonging and the gift when we intuit and trust star. Nate is a very profound sense of peace when we belong when there's that sense of one nisar connection. There's nothing out there that threatens us. Everything's part of our hearts and for me. The best words that describe belonging are feeling totally at home. You know at home for me with my life in the world. there's a sense of being part of the living world part of a presence. It's larger than our small self and also one with that larger presence so we're holding the world in our heart now. Some of you may be listening right now and what i'm saying sounds abstract. You know just otherworldly and yet most of you have had tastes of true belonging. It might not have had conscious tastes because we we tend to kind of skim over those moments and re fixate on fears really quickly yet. We couldn't long to belong unless we had some taste of it. So you might sense when you've had tastes for many of us. It's when our minds stoop quiet down. It doesn't happen often but it can happen. Perhaps there's a sense of belonging when there's that absurd. Your wave for of loving for a deer one could be outside that wonder at the stars or gratitude. When someone's kind you know maybe a feeling of care compassion. When there's someone who's hurting
"minnie" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?
"We had this podcast on for five and a half years and you just one of the best story. We've only love that origin straight. Because i can't tell you enough it felt like oh it felt like if one day it was explained to me. We'll dogs get assignments sure and so she had to make. Her family moved from virginia to new mexico. Right cross paths with you like she had to make all that happen since she could meet you. And then take you the next however many years like i would go right now. Getting you're on the wrong podcast recipe like. Let's be logical sure. There's a podcast do that to you. But this isn't the one it does. It sounds like i'm taking care of you for the next next little bit. Yeah many i love it. I feel like i was just like. We'll have to know every single detail of this entire week. But i do want to hear about the road trip from new mexico back to california. It had to be magical it really. I was i knew so little about dods. Which which makes it even better because it was it was just like any love story. Rescue found love. You weren't looking life now. There's all these adjustments like. Oh you're not legally allowed to live where i live over okay. Well we have some obstacles to overcome so it only it only hit me. I don't even know if hit me. Then she loves the car like she loves the car carso amir. Andreas has been like he was like. You can have the. And here's your style in. She's spayed or nude whatever one and like you put it out. You know everything. Here's all the stuff that we have that you can get you through the week and it's and it didn't occur to me like a lot of dogs. Don't like the car and that would be a really nightmare first date but she like. She doesn't even like the hanger head out because she just likes the car. She just shook on. Look out the window. She's just like a chill like a person in the cars is just like oh yeah j- back and lay down little and lake. She doesn't even really like to get out that much at gas stations. She's like good. It's seven hours and she's like it's fine. i'll hold it even now. we will sometimes and my fiance. Brian is like he's like he's like i love her. But you guys have ever breakable. Shoes not talk to me the way she talks to you like i was just out of town in ireland making a tv show for a couple of months. She doesn't stand in front of me like when it's taught like when she wants a treat or whatever and she's just like okay all right. This is what you have to know. I need to get myself if i could come on. But we've got this shorthand between asked to just do what you want. So i just. I catch myself like i just know like i found myself today. She was staring at me. And i found myself going all right she. She doesn't really even bark of which she also. It's very easy to figure out. It's not it's not a. It's very you know if she wants to treat she's pointed at the treats exactly i. I am sometimes entertained by that. Be like it just like this connection. I knew she had to go to the bathroom. And it's like because she was crashing at the door much putting. It is amazing how much he's like. I have never known what she was talking to. But like not really. It's it's a mother's instinct. I think you're right. I think you're correct. Do your dogs love ice sometimes. Yeah if it's hot out. Yes how about yours crazy risk. I started feeding her. I heard about it. You know when heat waves came through and go feed your don is she loves she loves is because it's it's a bone in a drink of water that's true chances easy all in one. I love gift. She'd loves is more than any of her shoe. Two ways that i've ever gift lay national expects it. 'cause we'll google sometimes get you know roy at night. Then she'll have is like we. We all have fruit like we all have popsicles at night and god forbid we neglect her at cosc- just look like when we're doing a thing like if we're eating lunch together she's like all. This is our our time team. Was it atlanta. Yeah yeah so. Yes she has you with us in. She is absolutely perfect. I do think we should rebrand ices abon and a drink of water just let the industry know that is going to water bone selling wider wider bones and market. That way and yeah. We're just selling people high shaped like a bone but you might as well like bone. Shame i mean should legitimately loves it. Yeah people who would go for it. We all know they would i. I will keep you here for eight hours. You such a delight so much. I will say this. Maybe you could come back once. Minnie's got her backyard and you can give us a report on my backyard. Many yes okay. All right seen report. She's running up and down the fence barking. That's what i'm guessing she's i don't that's the one thing i don't get that. She does like but at a dog parker. If there's a fence short she's this runs back and forth barking at nothing. And i don't i don't know what kind of security guard trading she add like just just bark back and forth exactly just so we're clear we need to make sure everybody knows i love it. I love the family history of somewhere along the line some. They didn't trust fences and so now she's got a reinforce. Yeah yeah i'll do some. I'll do some diving. Annabel annabel will find some. Oh did you know. Actually that started in there. You go the four fifty s in iceland and it'll be put. We'll we'll tune in to hear that before we let you go. We have to play this name. That dog were of course. of course. here's what i'm wondering. And i'm hoping that andrea never got that rottweiler. So it doesn't already have name but great so but was okay. When they named the.
"minnie" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?
"She he. She kept saying like i carmen. Lopez loves the water. And i just wish i lived at a place that had a pool carmen lopez and then they moved to a place where the pool with a dog ca man. That's a dog lovers why we have a former guests who've been like we lived in an apartment that was on the second floor and we bought a house so it could be no stairs for their senior dog. Like it's when it also makes perfect sense. We're doing that too. We're we're on the second floor. She's getting. I mean we can't just buy a house but moved to texas for a few months. My dad left me a house we end like. That's the main thing i think of. I'm just like minnie's going to have a yard young for a you know at least for this time. Yeah no stairs and it is. It's it's this sweet little thing that you just wanna make them so happy and yeah good feeling when they feel happy and safe in your slake high. That's my job the best. Yeah yeah and same. The guilt is unbearable. It's the silliest little thing of just like their leash got caught underneath their armpit. And you're just like if you had a yard. This one happened a fine there. Okay or anything. I'm lacrosse stairs. While what were we thinking. of course. of course when was this. How long have you been many been together five years. Nobody's yeah yeah about five years. I'm just crazy about her. She she will she's She doesn't wake up when we wake up. Which is like such a. It's such an to me. I just think of dogs are just like europe. And then they're like oh we're up or eating. What are we eating. And she's like you can like go in where she is and she looks like a teenage boy like look up like five more minutes nazis. She gets up when she wants to get up. She will only eat when we. She's not like super into the food. She'll stop when she feels so. I'm very attentive to her communication because like when she wants a treat. I'm like she really wants to. She doesn't abuse it. She doesn't just eat till forever. she's like. I'd like treatment. That'd be nice. I am a big peckish. Actualize that no. She's like what was her favorite treat yesterday. She's like i don't know like i mean now and i'm like i get it. I feel like the all time many girl after own heart. She's best i. I i you has hands down won for best origin story. We had this podcast on for five and a half years and you just one of the best story. We've only love that origin straight. Because i can't tell you enough it felt like oh it felt like.
The Hotshot Crews, And How They Assist In Fighting Wildfires
"Nearly a hundred million acres. California is a big state and during the two thousand twenty wildfire season over eight thousand eight hundred fires have contributed to the burning of nearly four point five million acres making it the largest fire season in California's modern history to put that in context, the twenty twenty-five have been more than the last three years combined with five of the six biggest fires in California's history happening this year unfortunately, there's been over ten thousand four hundred structures that have been damaged or destroyed, and at least thirty one fatalities relating to the wildfires. Today over fifty, six, hundred firefighters continue to battle twenty, two wildfires in the Golden State hotshot crews are the most highly trained skilled and experienced type of hand crews. Hotshot crews made up twenty, two, twenty, two wildland firefighters who respond to lodge high priority fires across the state and the nation and fight the most challenging part of the fire. They are trained and equipped to work autonomously in remote areas for extended periods of time with little or no logistical support. The Texas Canyon Hotshot crew located in the Santa Clara Valley in Southern California was established back in nineteen, fifty four. Zuni Indian served as firefighters with Texas Canyon until the one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven, fire season, and the knife wing can't Cina is the official symbol of the crew. which has fought fires in just about every western state including Alaska. I catch up with Justin good who's been hotshot with Texas Canyon crew for five years. Justin is about to deploy to her eighth fire of the season what you're about to hear. Past no views and opinions not those of the US Forest Service or for that matter anyone else. I stopped by asking just dean about pets which is trying to quiet down. So I have have a couple of animals. So I have chip he's a Yorkie. Very small but very brave, and then I also have a mini pig that you know as many pigs are not that many once they totally grow about seventy pounds. He still sleeps in bed with me mostly on the couch and just hangs out. And these two they they don't really get along but they don't get along that makes sense. But there's probably a whole instagram feed of dogs and pigs. There is which is influenced by I was trying to get him to like you know sleep in the same bed together and they'd never do but you know whatever nobody likes his like instagram. Well if anyone's life is life, ANC Ram it might be you you. You're kind of like a real life action hero. Funny I was thinking about that like the more you get to know someone the more you realize. Only God. Everything. So maisy Minnie actually like see how it really is. Your odd everybody's got. Everyone's the same. You know you never got problems. Is a Texas. Kenyon, hotshot just incas you all one I am a Texas cannon hotshot. It really is cool. So it's like it seems probably pretty arrogant actually call yourself. A hotshot is literally in our job name. So we're. Probably done a little bit more research to find out exactly how many hotshot cruised are are in the nation. There's not a ton of us. It's a pretty. Small. Amount of of groups. So we're basically like a special uses module that go too hard to access difficult access portions of the fire or fires. So a lot of time with wildfires they might start off the road, but then they burn up kinda going towards the middle of nowhere or they start from a lightning strike in the middle of nowhere they're very difficult to access and you're not gonna be able to drive up there and put Jose from the road says where we come in were a hand crew. So we either hike in or we fly in to get those more difficult portions the fires
"minnie" Discussed on Lost Notes
"Where do you come dama. I think a part of it is a sense of comfort that it gives the fan that the music has not stopped. That loved lives forever and assault long as the music goes on that your love for that artists goes on and i think that posthumous album does kind of play that role artistically for that particular artists. I don't think that necessarily ends up being the best product but it does kind of elongate their relationship with their listeners and an artist relationship with their listener is intimate. So i don't in any way want teen criticize it and you know as long as good music comes out of it. I think it has its role. I'm really oftentimes thinking about the various ways. Artists are canonized when they die young man. It seems i've always felt like one of the large tragedies of many rip is that you know she's best kind of known for not only a single sound but a single note asong ray. I was so excited to Reader work on many reputation and just kind of immerse myself in how deep your relationship with the music limp because it reminded me of the relationships that a lot of particularly black folks in my life had ripped him. When i was growing up and one thing. That's really bummed me out. A little bit is to see her legacy kind of flattened to loving you. Which of course a great song. And i think not always a great song is a song song that a lot of us came to her with like a lot of us came to her because of that song but then a lot of us chose to stay right. You know i think about how diverse crew is. I think about stay in love and how she kind of made a little bit of a turn to disco and it still worked I'm wondering what you think. Many repetitions legacy is in what could have been had. She stayed with us. Yeah that's what. I was questions that has always stayed with me. Is my obsession about many. Is that due to the fact that she lived such a short life and seemed to die with at the cusp of such promise To be a superstar singer. Because i always thought like no one can hit the notes that she hit. No voice can exhibit the purity. So there's just no one like her. And so i think because she's so unique and because her skills were so refined i do think that she will continue to have a place in popular music I do think that as we can get further away from our love. Affair of the sounds of the seventies Data some of that might go with the but because there were so many different types of music styles always. I don't know i. Maybe i'm overly optimistic. But i keep thinking that More generations will continue to discover her or rediscover a part of her. And that's a lot for an artist legacy that was she was simmons. The author of memoir of mini riverton fan. This has been lost notes. Nineteen eighty thank you for listening..
"minnie" Discussed on Lost Notes
"This episode. The sheila simmons and our banks thank you for listening to this. Kcrw podcast in case. You don't know us. Kcrw is public radio in los angeles bringing the best of npr to southern california. We're also known for our brand of bold and innovative program. Evocative storytelling making music and audio documentaries. That are a little movies for your ears. Join our community to support this show and others or make a one time donation just to say thank you find out. More at kcrw dot com slash join. This piece was informed in part by a conversation. I had with sheila seven suzy. Author of memoirs of a mini reputation fan. Sheila was nine in nineteen seventy five when she first heard represents breakout hit but in you in one thousand nine hundred nine. She quit her job. As a reporter for the cleveland plain dealer to drive cross country in search of mini story. Thirty years after she first encountered minis music. She released memoir of a mini riverton fan in july. Two thousand five it in preparation for my own story about many. I wanted to speak with sheila about minis life and enduring legacy so the last album. She made a living was nine hundred. Seventy nine and she was kind of all over the place. Use a spokesperson for the american cancer. Society of tonight. She had done some touring and she was very much out in front of the publicity cycle for that album. And you know i mean. even though. That album wasn't a huge success. I think it did well enough particularly because it was her first album on on capitol records and it seemed as low. She was kind of poisoning herself. She is poised to have a big second half of whatever her career could be. And i'm wondering if you could talk about the liveliness that she was demonstrating during the nineteen. Seventy nine album cycle in the moment of minis release in many came out. May ninth in one thousand nine hundred nine and many reparative instead. Two months later right now. Most people might remember a hit song from that album. Memory lane memory lane was one of her bigger. Hits particularly with the r&b crowd and so at that time she was performing on soul train. She was performing on canadian television at one point. She actually had her arm in a scar. Her lymph nodes had swollen at the time but she told audience members that it was a skiing accident. She really did not want people to know that the cancer had returned that she was battling an illness and she herself actually only wanted to be surrounded by people who talked about what she had to live for. She didn't actually like to be around people who express their fears and so when she was actually in the hospital many was still have. She still had lots of friends visiting her. And one of the last people who came to see her was stevie wonder and minis death head caught him by surprise that he had been writing a song. Count many get well. The song hadn't even been completed it was half done and he just kinda came into the hospital room and saying it to her depart that he did have. She went very quickly. She actually died. I think a few days before my birthday and my Even accepted an award in minnie's name after many had died and she told the audience about how her mommy was a happy person in how that award would have made her very happy. So i wanted to talk a little in depth about loveless forever because we lost many at the in the middle of nineteen. Seventy nine in then loveless forever. Didn't come out until the fall of nineteen eighty in some of this was just because of the kind of tedious nature of crafting album stripping vocal stripping some of her vocals from earlier tracks and then adding backing tracks completing it with new musicians. As you talk a little bit about the process of making this album you kind of building out these duets. In a way that. I think we see often now. An artist is you know. I think it's a little more common to have these posthumous albums where other vocals are kind of tacked onto pre existing locals. But at the time for loveless forever. It was kind of a A new concept or a newer concept. Right and i think that the love that all of the musicians have for many was. What kind of drove that. Some of the songs had already been in the process of being recorded so there was some reworking that they had to do and yes similar stripping down vocals and music maladies and then kinda putting it together and some of obviously putting it together without her and then there were some songs that were written for her in her name. Hugh laws a flutist. Who also played on memory lane was also one of the artists on that album. He talked about One of the last times that he recorded with many the last time. He's her recording studio in. He ahead actually been in the process of recording his own album and he had been up all night recording and he talked about coming into the studio and how he hit just been exhausted and just a little moody and many heads such an upbeat attitude when he was like. I can't believe that she was sick. I can't believe that she was dying because she made me feel like. I should have more energy than i had so she had very strong intimate relationships with alah of the people. The songwriters i'm that she had she was known to have very down to earth very pleasant personality so i have heard people who did participate in the making of this calling it a labor of love. What are your thoughts in general on the making of an album. Winning artist is not alive to help guide. The process is the end result. Easily consume or is it is it just kind of like we're succumbing to the greater good of giving me here a person's voice more time even if that person is alive to give a thumbs up is used when it comes down to the ethics of creating an album this way even though you are live repetant fan but in general.
"minnie" Discussed on Lost Notes
"It took me away way back. Feminine may nineteen seventy-nine many was on stage at the mike douglas show. She was recording the song memory lane to promote her fifth album. Maybe her voice is as radiant as ever but it was clear that she was struggling. She was upright but clearly the toll of a long battle had worn her down. One hand holds a microphone or other arm is entirely a.
"minnie" Discussed on Lost Notes
"In the spring of eighteen eighty producers. Set out to bring many riverton back to life. They were armed with the disparate arrangement of prerecorded vocals and a host of willing guest stars. She had died one year earlier after a years long battle with breast cancer. She left behind scraps of recordings from past sessions. They weren't very cohesive and many other circumstances would have been disposed of but producers had an idea would latch onto the waves of grief in sentimentality. That taken over after minnie's passing. They knew they could put vocals over new arrangements. Call up some minis old friends and collaborators and like that there would be. An album met sounded new album. That might if they were lucky. Hit the charts with rossi. That mini album had The casual music fan may know many riverton best not by a song.
"minnie" Discussed on Lost Notes
"I think like many other people who arrived at many repetition. I arrived to her through. Not even a song but a particular portion of a song which is the infamous note in loving you even as a kid. I knew that her voice was doing something that the voices of other singers. I had heard to that point. We're not doing in. So i was drawn to that song and i was drawn to the kind of sparse tenderness that ran through that song. Many raritan died in the summer of nineteen seventy nine and the album that came out after she passed. It was a posthumous album that was in the fall of nineteen eighty called. Love lives forever. And i think there's something interesting. I've always been fascinated by how posthumous albums or fashion in this one was kind of like an active of surgery. Almost the producers pulled riverton vocals from earlier tracks tracks. Maybe where for other albums that didn't make it tracks that were backing tracks and then they would kind of manufacture these duets. So you have songs like with pilo breaks in ann. Arbor to flack. There's a song with michael jackson. There is a song with stevie wonder and patrice russian. And the way that i became most familiar with the posthumous albums. Forum was through rap music. Right where you know. Big l. Had a posthumous album and of course to park had a posthumous album. And in some ways those projects aren't entirely different where you're taking vocals and then a producer is reading life into them but it he said that on love lives forever many's vocal contributions are in some cases pretty sparse and so there's this concept that she is kind of like a ghost hovering around her own music even.
U.S. stock futures stronger after a down day for the Dow and S&P 500
"Very much. It looks like kind of uneventful start to the trading day here. Nikkei Futures are flat at the moment. We have a little balance underway in S and P Minnie's trading, up about 2/10 of 1%. China futures down about 7/10 of a percent modestly higher for Australian futures HangSeng Index futures after a Pretty solid day yesterday, down about 2/10 of 1% on Wall Street. We had a flip. We had a day where it looked like cyclicals and value really came to the fore. The NASDAQ was trading lower. The Dow at one point up 360 points. About two o'clock We started trending lower. In the end, the Dow finished down about 104 points, off 4/10 of 1%. Yes and P 500 finishing up a 33 33. Down 8/10 of a percent. The NASDAQ with a big loss of 1.7%. Money did flow out of the big technology names and we had Apple alphabet Facebook all trading lower. Some traders side comments from the Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, saying that stimulus talks We're at a stalemate. But there was also some thinking that the S and P 500 was just running out of gas getting up to all time highs, and it slipped back from that The dollar is weaker. Now it's trading down about 1/10 of 1%. Dalian, 106 49 She's got a weaker yen there to yield on the 10 year had quite a pop up to like 66 basis points. Now at 64 crude $41.64 a little bit uneventful, But the day is
Chicago White Sox: Luis Robert continues to impress
"Game. It doesn't count the standings. But, boy Oh, boy, I watched Friday night the Inter squad on TV, Luis Robert Too long home runs. This guy looks like a monster. It reminds me of Felipe Alou is managing the Expos back in the I want to stay in the mid nineties, and somebody asked him about this young prospect named Vladimir Guerrero. And he had not played in the big leagues yet, and Felicia's answer Wass. When you just look at him, you think superstar and that's almost the same thing you get. When you look at Louie's Robert because time during spring training, you just look at him and he just looks. Like he's going to fill that part of a superstar he has. There's just a GN it factor. And then you watch him play and it solidifies every year. Everything you think about the guy and it's almost reminiscent of like I said what Philippe has said about a young unknown Vladimir Guerrero at the time when he was coming on the market. The White Sox and mean they didn't get him cheaply. It was think $26 million for a guy you don't know if he's going to turn out, but you didn't hear Yankees Dodgers. Cubs, red socks like the ones that have the highest payrolls. Why was that? I know the socks have done a magnificent job getting Cuban players going all way back to Minnie Minoso. Tha Jose of Bray you they've got Moncada. But why were some of the heavyweights not chasing this guy? You know what I wish I had a specific answer for you. I don't have one. But I will say what? You just reiterate what you just said, and amplify on it. The attacks have been a really good job of scouting the Cuban players. Now Moncada was signed by the Red Sox and came in the trade from from Michael Kopeck. But with Michael Kopeck, I should say For sale, but it's just one of those things where the White Sox I think maybe they do their homework better than anyone else. And that's why they were able to get a guy like Louise Robert, because He just looks like the really, really feel He does just looking at him, and then you see him in the box, but it's like, Oh, my God. How good can this guy be? Um You're right. It wasn't cheap. But it wasn't like out of this world money either. And, ah, kudos to the White Sox Foreign office and they're scouting. You know, this is the work of scouts. Thes air, not analytics driven. Data. You define a guy who has never left the island of Cuba, where you don't have a lot of information. This is scouting. And obviously you look, I'm a big proponent of scouting, and I'm a It's frustrating to see how it's being minimalized and Almost extinguished in some places, but there is still a place for scouting. And here's a prime example. We're talking to Pedro Gomez from ESPN. When you look at a team
Parades, close-ups with Mickey out as Disney World reopens
"There will be new corona fighting measures in place when Disney re opens two of its Florida theme parks tomorrow you just won't be able to saunter into see the Magic Kingdom or the animal kingdom once it opens entry is by reservation only if you're running a temperature forget it workers and visitors both will have to be checked for fever at the gate visitors can not skip between parks at least for now and there will be no up close cuddling with Mickey Minnie or Donald such sessions with characters are now barred also fireworks shows and parades have been spiked the fear that they would draw too many people into close quarters I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"minnie" Discussed on This Day in History Class
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"minnie" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Mind. This show is the altar where we worship the weirdness of reality. If anybody ever told you, you ask the weirdest questions, it is time to come. Join us in the place where you belong the stuff to blow your mind podcast, new episodes published every Tuesday and Thursday, with bonus episodes on. Saturdays listen to stuff to blow your mind on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts this day. In history, class is a production of iheartradio. Pay All I'm Eve, and you're listening to this day in history class. A show that takes history in squeezes it into bite sized stories. Today Is June Third Twenty Twenty The Day was June third eighteen, ninety seven. Blues, Singer and Guitarist Memphis Minnie was born. She was one of the most influential blues artists in the US from the nineteen twenty s to the nineteen fifties. Though covering her today, scholarly opinion differs on the exact day and year of her birth. MEMPHIS MINNIE was born. Lizzie Douglas in her song nothing in rambling. She says that she was born in Louisiana and raised in Algiers but US census records indicate that she was born in Mississippi and raised in a small farming community south of Memphis Tennessee. She learned to play the Banjo and guitar a child and she was much more interested in music Dan. She was in farming when she was a teenager. She left home to move to build street in Memphis. Minnie began playing music on the streets with jug, bands and string groups. She also performed at church part. By One thousand, twenty nine, she had married and was performing with Blues Musician Joe McCoy. That year, a talent scout from Columbia records discovered them, and they recorded the Song Bumble Bee Blues which became one of Memphis. MINNIE's most popular Sohn's over the years. She recorded several different versions of the song for different labels. The couple continued to produce records together, and they grew more popular in and outside of Memphis. They garnered so much attention that they moved to Chicago making a name for themselves. The popular blue seen in the city. See and Blues Musician Big Bill. brooms e went head to head and guitar contest in the nightclub. One time and many took the prize. She also took on artists like Tampa red. Sunnyland Slam and mighty waters. Around nineteen, thirty, five, many an McCoy broke up at the same time Memphis. Minnie was getting work as a guitarist vocalist and songwriter she toward a lot in the nineteen thirties. In the south. She stood out as a woman in a male dominated music scene, but she also stood out for playing new music styles and with different instruments. She worked regularly for talent, scout and producer Lester Melrose. Rated kind of formula for his blues offerings in toned-down. MINIS MUSIC In the late nineteen thirties, she married ernest little son Joe Lawler's another musician. They made some of Minis, most memorable songs together, including me and my chauffeur blues and her autobiographical funk in my girlish days. Many formed a Vaudeville troupe to tour theaters in. A Blue Monday shows at Ruby League Woods Tavern of Blues Club on the South side of Chicago that patrons new as the gate. She played a National Electric Arch top guitar bridging the transition from Acoustic Delta Blues to Chicago, Blues Poet. Langston Hughes described her electric guitar as quote, a musical version of electric welders plus a rolling mill. Muddy water song. Honeybee was a reworking of Minis Bumblebee. Though many found success, the record industry and club owners did take advantage of her. In one thousand, nine, hundred eighty three mini, released her last commercial recordings, kissing in the dark in world of trouble, though audiences taste head strayed away from her acoustic blues sound many, and some of her contemporaries found renewed interest. But in the nineteen fifties, her health was failing. She moved to Memphis and her sister. Daisy helped take care of her. After her husband died, she was affected by a number of medical complications. In her later years fan sent money and musicians held benefits to help her. She died of a stroke in August of nineteen seventy-three. Some of the musicians influenced by Memphis. Minnie include her niece lavern Baker. Bonnie Raitt and rory blog. Memphis meaning what's one of the first twenty artists inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame when the Blues Foundation established in Nineteen Eighty. East coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. And if you have any comments or suggestions, you can send them to us at this day at iheartmedia Dot Com who can also hit us up on social media. WE'RE AT T. H, C podcast thanks so much for listening to the show and we'll see you tomorrow..
"minnie" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show
"Clear mind in a filing bankruptcy, I had other things going on where I had to purge everything and bank. US over yeah and then it was I started over I didn't borrow money for a long time. The first only started borrowing money again the last two years, but I borrowed money in the wrong places so. Paid hitting the payday loan was the first place I went to only because by credit score was low instead of getting a secure credit card where you give them money and then they give you a card back and use it to your credit in my thinking of not getting the car was because that's how I ruined my credit. The first time I thought I did want to repeat that behavior but now I'm learning that it's really the only two options building healthy credit. That's good. I'M GONNA. Say good credit because there's credit companies that will lend money to anybody because they. They need to make money, and then there's like the bank in a car loan and mortgage were they wanna see you have a good history of borrowing money so that they can report to the Credit Bureau that they all pay a fee descend to report to the now like the whole credit report is a giant illusion. Yeah. The whole credit industry is just like a whole entire mass and I think it's so messed up and so unfair and so biased and. Something that I. Always try to tell people in what I was thinking about when I was paying off my debt and dealing with my credit is like who's profiting off your debt because somebody isn't especially these payday loans you said, I think fifty six percent interest like someone is profiting off your debt. So your misfortune and you own money and you having. To pay back this thing that feels. So insurmountable someone is enjoying that yet. They are especially now that one of my banks I bank with they made a statement that they're going to compound interest the ballot instead of just a fixed interest rate against yeah. I read the fine print. So it's I'm pretty sure a lot of people don't know whole. It. Just the way that the bank niks changes every couple of years or so to change their products and services a pricing where sometimes you can have like a balance sitting at the end of the month where you don't pay a monthly fee, they're dropping that there's credit card they're dropping and then their minimum cow. So the minimum count is what I switched to where I pay like four dollars a month for the bank feed only because I need it. So I commissioned checks can be wired transferred into that account because all I'd banks don't wire transfers. So again, reconnaisance gently moving in and out of the financial products because there's no other choice and it's not like everything is going to be sending money at Western. Union They take a fee. Yeah everybody's trying to take their cut for sure and then taxes. So I get the money in the country I, lose it in bakeries, and then I have to pay taxes on the original amount. It's a little frustrated. Yes bank fees are business expense eventually is just it doesn't feel that way in that moment. Totally. Yeah now. Everyone's taking their cut in what you actually take home at the end of the day. It's like Oh I feel that way you know it's like I get paid like Oh this seems like a good ray. Oh, I pay taxes then pay my retirement, my own health insurance, which is expensive in states. Look at the net number and I'm like, Oh okay. The suddenly doesn't look at Great I. think that's good advice for anybody that self employed is like you have to charge a lot because you have to like you have to pay for your retirement, your own taxes, your own savings, your own benefit like if I get sick I don't get paid you know and so it's like you have to consider all of these things that you're you're missing out and you don't have a nine to five job and to your point is well when you're looking. At financial products like look at these bank fees, look at what places aren't taking wire transfer is that something that you need and you know yeah. Maybe looking at the fine print yeah because they send it to yeah and since almost everything is online, you could find online copy of almost everything totally been upload the PDF documents indefinitely Google your bank and their fee there fi certain keywords forget you. The PDF document s is which is my benefited being home all the time and being on the internet all the time Google random things Jesse show up. In how I know you can go your banks pdf documents for your bank fees that a coast in the bank. When you're at the Taylor, it's right there that little fine that. Yeah stop being more mindful in taking a look at a Renou. Signing associates we up for the services. We click terms and conditions I agree go back in return. Agreed go back in your mean what you're. I. Just signed my life away signed to my first born child just kidding. They couldn't there you wouldn't know. So. Yeah. It's really read it. So I wanted to talk about like no lot about your mental health on your financial history and kind of where you're at now and I think a lot of people who are in a similar situation can kind of resonate with where you're at and you're on this journey of trying to new manager mental health, but also your financial wellness. So what steps are you taking in this current moment to make sure that your mental health is being taken care of, but also you are taking steps to secure your financial future. So the mental health is pretty much take care of our less glossed my medications and stopped going to doctors appointments. That's the only way accurately ruin it, and my doctors are really good at. Me Services that they think I need even though I feel like I. Don't need them anymore. So there's times where my doctor will pull up some psychotherapy group or. Email have a regular psychotherapist. That she's packing on more services. Yeah. When sometimes so you treat your mental illness, but the symptoms are still bear even though you're on your medication fig manage. Yeah. Yeah. It just it's less of an episode or it's less intense, but it's still there and then there's healthy stress that usually you can use problem solving tools the critical thinking to get out of it. But but.
"minnie" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show
"Any of the normal stages you think kids go through to develop their interests and hobbies and things like that minorities got cut short because my family members had a good idea to do something. Yeah, you're always at their mercy. Because, again, you're minor and your parents make all the decisions for enough. You know you don't like it or have a better idea at because you're under eighteen. They don't listen to what you want and then as an adult trying to figure out those pieces, what he want adult lines and then repeating it over at my bipolar is more of the depression side. so that oppression flied of feeling like ignored all the time. I feel like, Lord Why am I here and then it was that's the root of it. That's rude I explain where it comes stronger. Family has I grew up in a house where is my mom and eight other siblings and? So it's me and my sister were under ten years old at my husband, they're teenagers. They're aunts, some uncles on my mom here chaos sometimes I get. will. All. But because the risk adjusted adults in house to eventually remember who we were shown services never came in doing just enough crazy where chow stores is not refine. It continued on until eighteen and then I laughed wasn't it didn't get better until I left and then it didn't get better when my mom thought maybe I should live my father who was around but not not equipped to raise children yeah. He was good weekends at the head my grandmother but for a full-time Dad, he was not ready for that at all so it's I'm still packaging matter on packaging it because So, much of that doesn't create stability for me in certain things in my life. Now they grow financially of the. Lessons I did I can't call them stakes because in the moment doing that you think you're doing the best thing for yourself. Getting, payday loan for fifty six percent interest but it took care of six months living expenses. So the numbers are are done, but the life where you're using it for, it's what is being used for I wasn't doing crazy spending sprees and when I did do crazy spending sprees is what I was making my own money permissions for what I had a good condition day. I would forget that this should be savings. This should be retirement. Yeah I would think I have all this money and like I'm rich I got all this money knows Nanday. ipod. Woke. You feel really awful if you didn't take the IPOD. Yeah. So the impulse part of the bipolar, it's a little nuts and this based on my moods. If I feel happy like this whole financial journey, the more move through different milestones, I may by crazy items that I don't need. At the moment in time a mind like now. I. Great Idea. Now, there's Times where if I have enough money and I want to go to Vegas I'll go. Stopping me there's job telling me to take time off. Your think. There's nothing wrong inherently like with going to vegas like this balance of like, okay. I have the Money WanNa Vegas I have the time but also are my other financial goals like paying off debt saving for retirement are those being met to yet? That's the the new growing up and learning yes. Thirty five now and there's twenty five dollars in retirement not invested sitting there twenty five dollars. Apparently. Retirement your savings accounts then you have to invest them. Yes I learned this the hard way to. Nobody told me that account I started investing for years ago after paid off debt and I like invested two or three thousand dollars or so I thought and then I didn't realize that it was just sitting in his holding account until I like purchased you know index funds and literally had asked someone can you please tell me step by step how to do this because I have no idea what I'm doing and I thought I opened an account money and there was like, oh I'm investing and I wasted like six months of just having like three thousand dollars in this account doing nothing and I was like, wow. Okay like. No one teaches you this stuff and I literally had to ask a friend can you tell me step by step how to do this? Because? I don't know what I'm doing and it's like even just the process of ticker coz in buying stocks and bonds index funds and it's just a wild journey that no one teaches you about you know. So you mentioned you have twenty five dollars in your retirement and your thirty five and I completely know what that feels like I have a bit more invested Matt but also I feel very behind also thirty five and just started saving and invest in a few years ago and It feels nerve wracking to feel like you're so behind and trying to prepare for your future and just of wanted to get your thoughts on that, and also you can kind of give me your background on what is your experience with jet and I think you also mentioned bankruptcy as well. Right. So the retirement was feeling behind was because I treat my bipolar and it stable according to my doctors doesn't feel like that all the time. So great if it stable, what's the next thing I should be working on and it's more also the last thing working on before my bipolar took effect it went I was trying to save money in my retirement account I Open it two, thousand four. So I opened it right pretty early but not a lot of money was going on and then I did the mistake of taking money out of it when I had a boyfriend that had a problem site took care of his problem but not mine. Yeah it's. It's a lot of not focusing on yourself ignoring everybody because we're adults and you'll figure it out. Yeah, the place where we can figure it out. We're not children any more. yet it just I became stable in my mental health and then I looked at people think I'm normal. So I thought normal as retirement credit cards by the house, all those things, and then the time went by the whole ten years and because of the mental health, it took a lot of time. It took away a lot of time and energy were now after the double at least I feel that way after double. Yeah and all those mistakes bankruptcy bankruptcy bankruptcy. And have you filed for bankruptcy three times or you're just saying that like now it's officially three times when I filed now. So Kanye has bankruptcy waiting say that you cannot pay all your debts and then they they combine all and then it goes into a document and you pay a legal fee. Depending on how much assets that you have. So begging me both my options if I file bankruptcy peanut two, thousand, five, hundred illegal fees or the other option is consumer proposal where it's they settle all your debts, you tell them, you can pay something but not the minimum payment that they're asking for. So that's being reduced, but it still shows up on your credit report. Yeah like bankruptcy. So the bank credit card companies don't see them as two different things. But when you file it, you know it's two different things. So the reach liking three times if because the first time it was a proposal and then from what I can tell my mental health, change it to a bankruptcy, I wasn't focused on it and stable enough on it. The first time to make a proposal. If I made a proposal, the first time obviously be different results than I have right now because it's not just have a.
Little Women: Atlanta's Ashley 'Minnie' Ross dead at 34 after hit-and-run crash
"A star of the reality TV show that follows the lives of women with dwarfism trying to make it big in hip hop and rap music has died thirty four year old Ashley Ross has been killed in a head on collision south of Atlanta Ross played ms many of the lifetime channel TV series little women
Miami: Mickey Mouse Finally Gets His Own Ride At Disney World
"A new ride is on the way to Walt Disney world for the first time the Walt Disney company which was built on the back of cartoon character Mickey Mouse will feature a theme park attraction based on the iconic rodent Hollywood studios at Florida's Walt Disney World will open Mickey and Minnie's runaway railway ride tomorrow he replaces the great movie ride which closed in twenty seventeen riders boarded train conducted by a virtual groovy and take a wild adventure featuring a dimensional technology called two and a half D. Disney is the parent company of ABC
Martina Castro on Bilingual Imposter Syndrome
"When you grew up speaking Spanish yet like my official first language is Spanish so three year old. Martina only spoke Spanish at home then the moment I entered preschool. My mother realized that I was struggling. Like in just to understand and she freaked out and and put me in front of the television and I learned English with Minnie and Mickey Mouse and cartoons in the morning and quickly through kindergarten became more fluent in English. And then it was my and people ask me and I feel way more fluent. My native language is English for sure. 'cause he's something else about it. Yeah which is I think is important to say I am not so emotionally fraught. Be To me too. And that's what I wanna get across because it's it sounds like okay. Let's wrap it up with a bow Martinez bilingual not true. I make these minor. Mistakes that throw people off. Wait a second. They're minor insofar as an example the subjunctive every once in a while. I'll just say it when I'm not supposed to or or or miss it when I shouldn't and Otherwise perfect right and then all of a sudden I I don't say the subjunctive right and so native speakers will be like. Oh well that's weird But it's it's so small that they don't correct me and therefore I have now fully ingrained these errors in my brain and I know that I will go out in the world and especially formal letters on email or I'll go out in the world and speak in public. I know I'm GonNa make these mistakes and I feel like an impostor you know. I'm not fully bilingual. I can I can never proof-read fully fully a script. I would prefer to have a professional translator proofread it. I'm making a living off of by being bilingual. And so it's a huge imposter syndrome contributor for me but I think it's so important to say this out loud every time I do. There's someone especially if I'm on stage speaking for an audience. There's always someone out there who feels identified with me because the language is such an a barrier but also a door to to this part of yourself and how dare we re remove that for someone. Because it's it's just not. It's just unfair that we've had to grow up with that this feeling that we don't belong if we don't speak well enough or you know somehow we can only belong if we can fake the accent or we can fake being that person you know like. I. It's been apart. It's been a theme of my entire life. It's my responsibility to go out and represent the people like us that are not fully one or fully the other that live in this middle space. This is what it is to be bilingual. Truly it means you don't always understand everything. There's always something you're missing. You're constantly code switching and you're never fully one or the other and that's awesome. That's the thing I want to get to where I'm trying to I. Want to be a proponent of that because I've suffered the other thing my entire life which is owned you better fit in one or the other you know like I was American at school I was Uruguayan at home I was. You know it's just. It was a whole congressman. Yeah constant it causes you to.
Istanbul Blockchain Week with Erhan Korhaliller
"Jump streit in and speak to a little bit about what you've done leading up to This Istanbul blockchain wake. You had US pull something like this off the PRI. Obviously now a lot of papers tell us a little bit about how you got into the spice and what you've been up to. Yes so I'm like yeah okay digital's been around for about three years now working in the crypt side. We've we've represented some of the largest projects Exchanges want it's you name it like Really really wide wealth across the world globally. And so as you can imagine where we we we're going to events all the time I'm also we have what we have a youtube channel. Tv where I've got stay safe what your parents households big names on that kind of got us into the conference circuit. We would offer like summit and mold some big events in innocence and variance around Europe. And after a while you know another is events when us is more thing you know. Can you help us get speakers? Can you help us get on says? Can you do something I love? You May as well start doing everything at this point. I mean it's not far off apart from the edges logistics. I'm anti. Yeah you're not moving excited. I'm has like a useful. No matter crypto no matter what we say and so. I'm traveling from blockchain blockchain. We of course the conference obviously. I'm promoting my agent. Pr Agency and our clients and it was he trying to win new players. And you know that that really made me understand like what made a conference good. What MADE CONFERENCE BAD? And you know what what what kind of speakers would help educate the space and You know what people want. Keep out and now we're GONNA pull those lettings into Istanbul bunch and I'm really really excited. Excellent my will pretty obvious progression into that through the payout year. At every how you do it I really don't. It's you single. You got kids. I suppose that's probably a pretty good formula for success in that my in that means but trump look why why Turkey. I've got to ask the question. Why is Dan Bul main? It would seem like it's a bit of a stretch for anybody outside of Europe. Obviously anything straining on here in Moscow the world to get a custody your side of the wall off from Europe but zones wrought so why why. Istanbul why why Turkey. What's what's the profile. What's the reasoning behind that so techy as a framing community for football chaining CRYPTOCURRENCY In the in the last year so there's been various reports coming out about how Turkey is leading into the doctrine precursor blockchain and these are opposed by you know leading leading companies like I and J. He's not reports that you know people just putting off Switzer You know there's a lot So for example. Let me just read this off. I mean so. For example the chain things that government is launching the digital Lira. Turkish lira next year. So now it'd be the second company behind China to do so And also they've launched a national go train infrastructure project which is how in Quebec services and various municipal services. Use the chain within Turkey. Now cost you know. Obviously you know this about you. Know to keep politically. But you can't deny that. They are now trying to lead the pack. This could be something fantastic with its economy because you know on twenty six since the failed coup has been struggling You know they had various sanctions They which which vary was was so volatile which lead singer of adoption into bitcoin trading over people trying to make money because they were it was just evaluating so much twenty five invasion as of Ottawa between eighteen which is a huge amount that he's and Yeah then obviously there's also they're also planning to get regulation in this year so that the capital markets or have been advised by the government to come up with Clear Regulatory Framework Kentucky which will allow companies to move INS incubate to to welcome contracts which is very exciting then addition to all of that That's Konya which is the seventh biggest sake. Two and a half million people never actually just announced the launch of a cornea coin. You will to us And you'll be with us up for your services like transport you'll be able to use it for other municipal services you know maybe even taxes stick them now and you know what. We're hoping that our elegance will be able to hear more. About how conference shall we say Look I mean look I think people don't realize outside of possibly Europe and Turkey. Just how big that actually as Ming. I'll looking around searching icy point. Eight one million populates in Turkey and for country like the major not third world a shorts health problems. That's it it does board US problems agents it sort of bring the door full this sort of adoption of the technology and actually using crypto in a sense and building out the blockchain solder things. It millions a lot of people and if we compare that to do by wedgie by. Has I've been talking about. I'm not sure how much progress has been made. But having that you know blockchain's CD digital city or whatever they want to turn they've coined Minnie's temples much large populace than Dubai and would say probably a much greater need to pick this up cost. So it's really groundbreaking. The such a large country is really taking those steps. Do you think Turkey could be or is one of the latest leading countries regard cryptocurrency use and blockchain development. It is it is it. The people don't know about it. And that's another reason why I'm doing this event to showcase Turkey to lead us to put them out I am. I didn't even mention has techie at twenty percent of people abused cryptocurrency so Alabama eighty million. Which I think he has an eighty million now late speakers. That's you know that's a lot of people influence the leading in the whole report including the US Australia all of Europe And then you will sixty two percents of opposed to the currency so so the way that I see things here is not all of these projects. I'm speaking to other in. Asia represent software. Whoever they are the missing huge market here they come up and open shopping Turkey. They could get. They could potentially get adoption that they've been hoping for so long and becomes clear they'll have a a really a safe environment to do so and the other cement. I detect people like they. They deserve this. Trump's been for the last few years You know like you've unemployment is at twenty seven percent which is ridiculous Even Women Supports Sam. Now if you compare that to the you can. Us We're about three and a half so it really shows the for me personally like my intrinsic feelings of this event is that we can help this nation industry. Bring bring growth in employment growth in jobs. You know like we all work remotely these days you know. Let let us help. People get less help. Educate has come into this space And really just grow grow. Grow tikey Gordon Turkish budgets float. Because like. I said you've got these amazing statistics. I've go around Singapore Adams. Say Hey can you name me one Turkish project like no one can do that really annoys me because it's like how how how we getting tough decision and no one of the projects as yoga? It hasn't even more so you know. My name's really is to shine a light on the Turkish ecosystem using the connections that I have that have made of the last three years And then also built strategic officer took his puts on encouraged to build took his communities as we've seen by the way from license of open to office until he into office in Turkey. Various exchanges opened office in Turkey to that they won't release L. Conference by the way which you'll hear more about near the time and it's just getting more and more It's just getting more and more adoption and I'm just I just can't wait to invite friends and family really these days into Turkey to show them. 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Highlights: Day six at the Australian Open
"Sure six four six four six four street sets over query gets a dime around each from Canada took out our system is also in our streets at seven five six four seven six off of needy hello and straight sets as well Federer crazy against the home statesman there John Millman from Australia how bout Federer four six seven six six four four six seven six and they do all my godi date yes seven six in the fifth set and they do the super tight yeah which is not a super the man and he wins that ten eight while also going to go on the they go to ten they don't know how long and the match go I don't know that that that one looks like it looks like four hours right to me so I'll take the over okay yeah yeah for sure okay right now get mon few I like a leech Gulbis seven six six four five three trying to close it out in straight sets so Monfils the Tennessee me no Parker like gal Monfils Taylor Fritz going against Dominic TM Antium wins the first set six two in these two one in the second set over for it's the American the dollar just getting underway again saw Pablo Carreno booster and David Goffin ago fan going up against Andrei Rublev and go from which the first six two needs to one in the second as far as the women the day of upset and started you know last night but of course the time difference Serena went down the street said or in three sets she lost in three sets to to Wong Naomi a soccer took on Corey Goff the young teenager the American sensation in golf peer in straight sets sock was a three seat in this one by six three six four god gets a dime can in the fourteen C. for Sophia can and for the U. S. beach while Zhang R. seven five seven six BC currents for our three set to took her to be gore G. for George G. is seventeen seed Angelique Kerber love Angelique Kerber she's got those beautiful legs man like Steffi Graf had back in the day sorry if you're driving around I mean but he knows in that sense the reason America and then a real good one Carlina Pliskova the two seed going up against Anastasia apple you check of a and Pavlyuchenkova gets the win seven six seven three so ourselves or seven six seven six seven four seven three in the two tiebreakers industry touches the thirty seat B. to to see so the two seats gone the three seats on the eighth seed in Serena's gone and then bends which also lost to come to the six love six one so the Swiss sensation is out Donna vekic also lost two eagles white tact twenty to keep an eye on this young lady from Poland are very impressive seven five six three and Simona Halep the four seats still alive she went straight sets are six one six four she escaped against Brady the American the other day so that a look at the Australian Open and there is some lines that I already saw coming up for all the freakin Isner coming up for very good minus one forty nine is our take back one thirty that'll be a later on we see curious the home home countrymen they're from Austria taking on Kachin often that's gonna be going but curious minds to forty four there often to doubt coming up right now get I told you Carino boosted Pablo public radio booster and it's plus sixteen hundred on career stats Nadal minus five thousand the number one Federer is mine is six twenty five against more tone of foods rich and it look better how long did you go did you two more hours and three minutes wow you got it like three minutes yeah not too bad Medvedev minus nine oh nine again so Popper and buy sell it you had to go five sets will take on round it's now around instead of Canada minus one seventy five there and wi fi for the needy and scientists anger and we'll go and five five Minnie minus one fifty four there and then Novak Djokovic minus three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars to one hundred against Diego Schwartzman I like towards which worked as a guy worse hat backwards young kid but it's got a lot of moxie and he's a plus fourteen hundred so keep an eye there on the ladies side let me just see remember Wozniacki played her last match last night she announced her retirement she got beaten three sets hi Ashley forty is the number one seed she will take what else Alison Riske from the United States board is a minus four hundred query Goff is a plus one thirty gets a
Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome
"Everyone my name is kwami. And I used to work in Mexico in product and I recently joined Verizon media about three months ago so putting you to the bay area objects just moved Jeff So the topic that brings us here. Today is a side. Just I used to be something engineering. I moved from sucking can humans product so What brings us here? Today's topic so comments up big from engineering to product overcoming the impostor syndrome Come out generally like to be a conversation on talk so I tried to prepare a few slides as possible so that it can be more conversation. input as well so going forward. This try do that. It's It's going to be a fun all right. So the agenda sell I I. I'd like to talk about next contacts about me What is product management? My jeans product Imposter Syndrome can start Just taking game looking what it is in in some fact surrounded and then some challenges I face and then five issues. I've picked up as more by on the issues that I picked out just Regards which gusset imposter syndrome and then how. I overcame IMPOSITON. Hopefully it'll who can it. It will be useful to you and then some key takeout takeaways that out like you to Renewed Aachen in Tacoma right. So start right with some fun facts about me So I'm originally from Ghana West Africa and I I actually grew up in South Africa. Small country called Swaziland. The Kingdom of size is one of the last remaining market in the world And it has about one point. Four million people so from very small tastes in Africa so I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs by parents. Aaron started off as teachers and I had the I guess I was fortunate. Watch them set up the own businesses whilst they were teachers indeed My Mom's side of the retail business. My Dad started my dad and my mom together started a consulting business in on. I was the African parents that to gifted children involved in your businesses so I I was involved in various aspects sometimes running by MOMS retail business. When shows away in my dad's business As dry vice over as Within the office realm so give me some good experiences. I was growing up so that I started my sneak of business so my mom used to as to start her business she should bring home some goods loss us as you said. Travel there on Welsh because back in she brings him good spots in for me. It was necas most of the time and I used to go to school. So Primary School in high school in I'll be walking. People become mention my sneakers and it took me a long time. Jackie free to create. That can actually make a business again. Why I'm wearing? I can actually bring to the people make some money so I sent it to source some sneakers locally inside. I got them for about twenty dollars. I got the start up capital from my mom I got them between Dawes. in-and-out seldom for about sixty dollars. So I mean some good profits in good the public money off that business I did that for a few years. And then I ventured into music so music writing music producing music. And I'm I'm doing the Polish Abang concerts and stuff like that so Figuring out how the music business works in that giving another arm armaments to learn how to build a business to learn how to make money radium. Each I moved here to the US. When I was nineteen I move for school? ooh And I studied computer science It was very interesting because I actually. I wanted to study business but I remember one time whereas Doing my assignment a friend of mine. Who Mentions me till this day your side Vm? He he told me hey. I think you'd be really good at computer. Sciences should try it out and I tried chided up and I never looked back. Site initially went there to study business and I change into computer science I studied in the smell coach. Westminster College in Fulton Missouri every small casing but again heavy time. GimMe opportunity to focus and to build myself as an engineer Either back on payments in the payments industry so I started off my sophomore year. Interim Mastercard work through software engineering in Minnie eventually a fulltime start working for them within biometric authentication. So that's been my core experience in fulltime. So that's been fun and lastly ask you Just recently moved to the bay air so the months ago I moved here actually three days ago as exactly three months. Oh still new to the area. I'm looking forward to exploring the era meeting more people right so this is just like A visual of my journey so the first one obviously a very happy mander was a struggle. School is struggling computer science met. That's what I studied in the struggle by that was the stock to Mike On right side Suicide my former company mastercard. I was basically working with the team on pitching a new product. And then on the bottom. NAFTA's about two weeks ago at my company Verizon media where I was lunching my product media commerce across Fanti company so that was finding new and in the middle was before I left mastercard. I didn't own your career panel where talking about the importance of knowing you are in making taking that risk to do exactly what you'd like to do in which for me was moving from software engineering product which is really fun. And then on the Bottom Reich. Mike is Me and Harvard. Business School with few Khalid's their house. Basically doing some diversity recruiting which something really passionate about in I still I don You're doing that for her as needed right so started. So what is product management. And so this is the industry definition. I have watched hundreds of Product School Jones and I always see this. Come up all the time if you go if you do a quick. Google search is the same as an intersection said a defining part on the intersection of US tech and business and then in the middle of magic you there. That's what they call the product management. What I agree with this Sunday by actually like using take a few aspects is a big element that's missing so this stakeholder management basically between us experience on January and business which could be marketing in sales and so forth? But there's no immensely add tate's the product manage. I feel like being being a product manager. Also it means that you need to manage yourself so I think that's using here so my a different version. I think it's missing you as a product manager. It's a big element there and you'll see wise relates to imposter syndrome and then there's some other Aspects that could doesn't actually say what you do as a product manager doesn't indicate why you do what you do and then how you GonNa do those things knock greedy evidence within the diagram so wise park management so I think I believe park management basically communists to things. So it's the why and the watts. That's what the product manager owns to the Y.. is going to be the traffic strategy. And then what is is going to be the product roadmap that you define based product strategy And then basically across this you're GonNa define what commensal wet solvent that always problems to solve in product management by product manager. It's your job to kind of define on actually decide what's important to solve in prioritize and in all this is brought together by the product. That's the bottom so this is my definition of park measuring
Disney World employees say they were inappropriately touched by tourists
"They were inappropriately touched by tourists while on the job is Mickey Mouse Minnie mouse and Donald Duck at Walt Disney World park employees each file police reports this month the woman inside the Mickey Mouse costume went to the hospital claiming neck injuries caused by a grandmother patting the character's head the employees wearing the Minnie mouse and Donald Duck costumes were grouped by tourists according to the Orange County sheriff's office the incidents come after a fifty one year old man was arrested in November after an employee portraying the Disney princess told investigators he groped her breast while getting a photo taken a Disney spokeswoman says the company encourages cast members to come forward and then the uncomfortable situation and it provides multiple resources to protect their well being
Donald Duck, Mickey and Minnie Mouse Reported Being Groped by Disney World Visitors
"Job is Mickey Mouse Minnie mouse and Donald Duck at Walt Disney World park employees each file police reports this month the woman inside the Mickey Mouse costume went to the hospital claiming neck injuries caused by a grandmother patting the character's head the employees wearing the Minnie mouse and Donald Duck costumes were grouped by tourists according to the Orange County sheriff's office the incidents come after a fifty one year old man was arrested in November after an employee portraying the Disney princess told investigators he groped her breast while getting a photo taken a Disney spokeswoman says the company encourages cast members to come forward and then the uncomfortable situation and it provides multiple resources to protect their
"minnie" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast
"And those wonderful little shampoo and conditioner bottles that you get at Disney resorts they soon become a thing of the past plus there's a new Dole of slushy and action based TV series on Disney plus and a brand new stunt show is coming to Universal Studios here's episode twenty one in our second question of the week came out of our last episode and that was what would you dress up for what would you dress up as for Halloween if you could be any Disney character and so we had a lot of answers for this one Jennifer said she would dress up as Mary poppins Britney said that she has dressed up as Giselle in the past cap and Jim said it would dress up as Captain Jim from itunes wise you'll roof wise crafty shameless pander fainting simultaneous support for the resistance and I order which both a Hashtag thank you can Jim. TJ said in a simple gift he would dress up as scar Julie said touch come on Tina said Nemo the Mugshot pod said Hey hey that's great answer and Elena Pot thirty-six said Rapunzel and what was your answer Tony Marvel Oh Disney has to be Disney now star wars who that's a good one well we did have a Halloween party couple years back where we all did wreck it Ralph characters my was Taffeta Mutton Fudge with the Hell's is she's you see you don't really like costumes don't think you were there I don't I'm not a big field that party but that was a really fun when we had somebody was fix it Felix somebody was vanilla P did we have a Ralph's who's at Oh heck yeah heck yeah is that who you take anybody no no no apparently this week they discovered that twenty thousand dollars worth of ride props went missing for the magic kingdom no hang on because I read this article because it was misleading as all get out the article said there were twenty thousand dollars worth of props ride props missing it made the headline me I'm like somebody like walk through a Q. Stole things no it is not the case right correct so the set pieces missing are from Peter Pan's flight on Space Mountain there are sales missing from Peter Plans flight and they shell and three seats from Space Mountain so Patrick is absolutely correct they were not taken from the actual ride rather a storage shed located behind test track in Epcot and it was noticed by a Disney cast member who was doing inventory when she noticed he or she noticed that these were missing none of the items have any unique markings or serial numbers to identify them these were padlocked in storage which was surrounded by the fencing so this is a huge mystery as to how it was taken has been inside job I'll be universal but it has to be inside job so world right right you're just going to magically Peter Pan's flight a sale the public doesn't have access to this warehouse no it's on the black market which apparently the thing that's the thing there's the Disney black market you find things and sell them and signs and what have you this this should be made episode tails on the black market it rights itself well Good Luck Headline Yeah Yeah Skip over to the resorts Pat One of Patrick's favorite things to get from our trips are the lovely toiletries in the rooms with Disney's H. Two O. Brand yes but the last resort we were in they were all tied down to the shower much tried to pull them off I was not no we had to call security and so anyway over in California there's a law that's going to ban hotels from providing it's gas with plastic shampoo conditioner lotion or soap bottles this'll be effective in twenty one me three and we'll mostly impact hotels with more than fifty rooms so this is happening in California and as Patrick said starting to happen in Orlando as well and you better pay attention to these rules because a hotel is could be fined five hundred dollars for a first offense and two housing for any violations after that so don't worry it's only in California for right now well like I said We were in the all-star. source and they were they were all tied down to the wall so I think that that that and actually when we walked through the shop they were selling the shampoo in the Soviet advisors yeah and the same thing for Coronado two years ago because I was going to bring you home toiletries because I was going to be your Sudanese sheep an easy right the in College Disney spring there is a new Dole of slush doing this every episode that a new Dole whip because I mean they are milking the Dole whip cow's teat they are they're getting everything Canada the door aren't they they are.
Russi Taylor, Voice Of Minnie Mouse Dies At 75
"The voice of many mouse has died Russi Taylor bye bye you're the chairman of Disney's and the same and that Minnie mouse lost her voice with the passing of Russi Taylor Taylor was married to Wayne all wine rainy we all line was the voice of Mickey Mouse so Mickey and Minnie were really married to each other that's perfect they were married for thirty two years to each other until his passing in two thousand nine how do we not know this I know we were supposed to know everything with the internet and this to skate all of us recently received Taylor of played many in the video game kingdom hearts three D. dream drop distance one she really talk you call the pizza place you're ordering the pizza like very sweet nor does miss the mountains rise not listening to me on the phone all right well that I I I'm with Lauren how did we not too many were were married in real life and what was in the did they fall in love during a movie probably at work but but yeah I would think that most people would know that there are the most iconic cartoon couple yes so why would we know that there have like you've really the happy like Homer and and and and we would know that that be weird but it would
What Can Earth's Deserts Teach Us About Martian Life?
"Hey brain stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery, Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here when it comes to searching for microbes on Mars, sending robotic Rover to the most arid environment on earth is a fine place to start as described in a study recently published in the journal frontiers in microbiology a team of researchers explored the extreme environment of Chile's Atacama desert. They wanted to develop strategies that future robotic explorers could use to seek out the hiding places of Marchin microbes in two thousand twenty both NASA and the European Space Agency will launch their first life hunting Rovers to the red planet. The Mars twenty twenty and Exo Mars Rover missions respectively. So mission managers will need to know where to look the other comma desert is about as extreme as it gets for life to eke out an existence not only is the region bone-dry. The core of the desert doesn't get any rainfall for decades at a time, but because of its elevation it also receives high levels of damaging all tra-, violet radiation. Plus, the soil is extremely salty these. Factors should make the Atacama desert toxic for life. But according to team leader Stephane pointing a professor at Yale and u s college in Singapore, some of the bacteria just below the surface quote survive right at the limit of bid ability, and this is very good news for the prospect of finding microbes on Mars pointing team deployed an autonomous Rover mounted drill and sampling device in the Atacama desert to see if it could extract soil samples containing microbes down to a depth of eighty centimeters. That's a little over two and a half feet as a comparison samples were also dug up by hand through DNA sequencing, the researchers found that the bacterial life in the samples from both methods were similar confirming that these hardy bacteria exist, and the autonomous extraction method was successful this test run Shore's up hope that if similarly hardy microbes also thrived just below the Martian surface, a robot could find them, however, finding microbial bio signatures on Mars could be very challenging for remotely operated. Mars rover. The researchers found that the subsurface. Population of bacteria were extremely patchy correlating with increased salt levels that restricted the availability of water appointing put it this way, the patchy nature of the colonization just the Rover would be faced with a needle in haystack scenario in the search for Martian bacteria. Previous studies have described the BIC witness population of relatively unremarkable photosynthetic bacteria. The populate the surface of the desert in Chile, these microorganisms that get their energy from sunlight things start to get a lot more interesting and indeed more alien just below the surface pointing said we saw that with increasing depth that the bacterial community became dominated by 'Bacterial that can thrive in extremely salty and alkaline soils. They in turn were replaced adepts down to eighty centimeters by a single specific group of bacteria that survive by metabolising methane. These specialized microbes have been found before in deep mineshafts and other subterranean environments, but they've never been seen beneath the surface of an arid desert pointing said the communities of bacteria that we discovered were remarkably lacking in complexity and this likely reflects the extreme stress under which they develop. Finding highly specialized microbes that can thrive in the extremely dry salty and alkaline Mars lake soils in the comma desert suggest methane utilizing bacteria could also thrive on the red planet. Elevated levels of methane have been observed on Mars by various spacecraft over the years most recently measures made by Nasr's curiosity Rover, and that's a big deal, unearth, biological and geological processes generate methane and intern microbes can metabolize methane for energy. The discovery of methane in the Martian atmosphere. Could mean there's some kind of active biology going on under ground to confirm this. We need microbe seeking missions that will drill below the surface. And now we have a strategy to track them down should microbial life on Mars. It would undoubtedly be the most significant scientific discovery in human history. But in the proud human tradition of naming new things, what would we call our newly discovered? Marsh neighbors, would we just copy the system of how we name life honor pointing said the way we assign Latin names too. S real bacteria is based on their evolutionary relationship tweets other. And we measure that using their genetic code the naming of Martian bacteria would require a completely new set of Latin names at the highest level if Martian bacteria were a completely separate nary lineage that is they evolved from a different common ancestor to earth bacteria in a second Genesis event. Granted if we find the genetic code of Mars life to be similar to earth life. It could be that life was transferred from earth to Mars in the ancient past via a massive impact a mechanism known as panspermia. But if we find a truly novel genetic code that emerged on Mars, the implications for understanding of life would be profound pointing said if we find truly native Marsh and bacteria, I would love to name one and call it. Planeta desert him superstars, which translates in Latin to survivor on the desert planet. Today's episode was written by Ian, O'Neill and produced by Tyler claim for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other hearty, topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. Hey brain stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery Minnie's Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts.
Swiss army launches fitness app for future recruits
"It is a common wistful lament of people just past draftable age that much of what ails their particular country could be fixed by the introduction of national service to promote general moral and physical, fitness if Switzerland which very much has national service is. Any guide. However that may not be enough apparently concerned that recruits arriving not quite prepared for the rigors of military life. These Swiss government has launched a new app called ready team army intended to enable new boots to hit the ground running Mark in Zurich doing what this actually does. Does. It just tell you to go outside and run around the lottery that a bit more structured than that. Well, I mean firstly as you mentioned we we still do have mandatory service. I mean, it's actually quite compulsory service, Swiss man, it's actually quite easy together way, if you want to but this app, you know, it it it's a bit of a silly thing. Really? But what you can do is you can enter let's say you're a sixteen year old or young Swiss you can enter the kind of of army function that you want to prepare for, you know, if you want to be a a parrot a parachute commando or. You know, something like that the app will actually create a special work out program for you that that you can follow over the next couple of years to prepare you for for your service. It it. It's a funny little thing. I was I was quite surprised. They I read that the army's hoping for two hundred thousand downloads of the app in the first year. So there will be they will need to be many, many, many people in Switzerland who will download the app, and, you know, not because they want to get into the army, but maybe they just want to exercise a bit more. Marion general you are you a big fan of state programs to encourage healthier lifestyles among the population. Well, on the one hand, I'm not on the other hand you look Finland and the way that they increased life expectancy in reduced heart disease in Finnish population through a national campaign. A new thing fantastic, you can actually do this. But I think there was the there was a suggestion that maybe we could think of apps that you might use it in other places and the certainly a problem with army recruits in the UK. From with a professional army, and in the police where the levels of fitness aren't wonderful, and I sort of thought when we considering this that actually best apt to have would be to give you a sort of scenario that you actually lived in the inner London suburbs because I came back from Washington and was astonished the fitness level of Londoners racing up and down stairs ground racing up. Escalators marching down corridors it is spectacular. Just final thoughts on the idea of national service. Mark you mentioned that it is fairly easy to get out over. I know Minnie's people who have done that through one means or another. But is is the the idea of national service still holding up among the Swiss to people still think it's a good thing for country to have. All in. All. Yes. That's there's a very interesting thing that came up just in the last couple of years really when you hear and read about inequality in our populations. In most countries in in in developed nations. And and really worldwide inequality has risen now. The the the compulsory Swiss military service, actually, does does a very good thing in in in in fighting inequality because you get to spend a lot of time with people from all corners of the of the country. You get to spend a lot of time with people. You would. I mean, I live in Surrey. Eric. When I was in the army, I spent a lot of time with Swiss compatriots that lived in the mountains, they'd lived in villages that did other Jobson me people that I hardly ever met in my own urban bubble here in Zurich. So which actually actually is quite a good thing. Gaming care of creating a national
"minnie" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"About Mickey and Minnie in their birthday suits now to be clear when someone says someone in their birthday suit. That's usually a euphemism for being naked. Now. Mickey and Minnie aren't going to be naked. They're actually going to be in birthday, suits, absolutely dressed up. New clothes, new outfits, birthday outfits or costumes. I keep wanting to say birthday, suits. But that sounds horrible. It's birthday. Right. Right. Right. Yes. And this is a in celebration of the sixtieth birthday. I believe ninetieth day of Mickey and Minnie there. Mickey and Minnie surprise celebration kicks off Friday at magic kingdom. And basically, they changed the move shake it parade to add Mickey and Minnie's birthday as part of the festivities that run every day. Also, you can meet Mickey and Minnie both in their birthday out. Up in the town square. There is town square theater near the front of the park. And you know, I don't care. How old you are? I don't care. How many times you've been to the theme parks? There's something really magical about meeting the costumed characters, Mickey and Minnie mouse. I mean when you get a chance to meet them and shake shake their hands and take pictures with them. I mean that is the pinnacle of the magic it really is. And you know, it never goes away. Every time. I see Mickey Minnie. I still get excited. I wanna post for those pictures and the best thing about Disney. It's timeless now also Hollywood studios are doing some some new character meet and greets there. They are actually when Toy Story land open Pixar place closed. Well that area is going to be new for meet and greets for monsters Inc. Characters and Mike was out. Sully sully, and you're going to be able to meet the fabulous EDNA mode from the incredible. Oh, and it's going to be backed by by toy Stirland in the previous area where Pixar place was and I'm assuming they'll have other things as well. But the preview for is Friday, and I'll be there checking it out. All right fantastic. More details. The main street mouse dot com. Michelle outwit is the main street mouse, it's eight twelve now on Orlando's morning news..
"minnie" Discussed on The Chartographers
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