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Fresh update on "miranda" discussed on Direct from Hollywood
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Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees
"Let's start off with the major categories. First of all, for best picture. For the Golden Globes. They break it down. Best picture drama and best picture, music or comedy. So let's start off with best picture drama in which the nominees are Nomad Land. This is the amazing movie with Frances McDormand. Who, you know, play. Somebody who's her life is sort of falling apart and she gets in a van and hits the road and lives in RV camps and recreational areas taking on you know little seasonal jobs along the way. It zest a very sweet and very thoughtful, touching movie. I think this is going to be the big winner for tonight. You know People love Frances McDormand. I think that this is gonna have a lot of Lot of success at the Golden Globes tonight. It will be up against the trial of the Chicago Seven, which, if Nomad land doesn't win trial of the Chicago Seven is going to win. This is the Aaron Sorkin. The written and directed production about the famous Chicago seven trial that took place in Chicago 50 years ago. The Carrie Mulligan movie promising young woman Is a revenge thriller, also an outstanding films nominated for tonight and also the Anthony Hopkins movie called The Father. Those air. Your nominees were best Drama for performances in the dramatic category. For actresses. The nominees are Violet Davis on Drew a day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. For best actors in the drama. The nominees are Riz Um, Ed Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Hopkins. I think the winners are going to be Frances McDormand and I just I don't know how Chadwick Boseman Doesn't win. He's amazing in the movie Ma Rainey's black bottom. But you know the fact that he passed away the young age and nobody knew that he was fighting cancer. I think that probably is going toe play into the Planted the decision making also for best movie, musical or comedy. The nominees are Boer at subsequent movie film Hamilton. When they put together a television version of Hamilton in the put it on Disney. Plus, this got nominated. The motion picture called Music was nominated, as was the comedy with Andy Sandberg, Palm Springs. And the Ryan Murphy directed production. The prom. Which has Meryl Streep and has just AH, whole variety of very talented actors. That's also nominated for best picture as well. I kind of have a feeling that Borat is going to want to ping the winner tonight in the musical or comedy category. For best actress in a motion picture Maria Buckler Cova, who is placed Borat's daughter in Borat. Subsequent movie film Kate Hudson from music. And, uh, Anya Taylor, Joy dominated for the movie called Emma for best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy. Sasha Baron Cohen is nominated James Corden from the prom Lin Manuel Miranda from Hamilton Dev Patel for the personal history of David Copperfield and Andy Sandberg. For Palm Springs again. I think it's going to be a kind of in a reverend pick, but I think Sasha Baron Cohen could wind up being the winner. Now. The Golden Globes also give out
Richard Carranza Resigns as New York City Schools Chancellor
"Friday he's stepping down, was asked if it should be viewed as leaving because of disagreements with the mayor. I'm leaving because I need to take care of me and I I need time to grieve this city. This school system deserves a chancellor who 100% is taking up the helm. Miranda says he's lost 11 family members and close friends do to Corona virus and needs to take time to grieve, long time educator and current Bronx superintendent Misha Porter will take over his chancellor. And I promise we'll do everything. To reopen schools, starting with high schools were ready to go. We'll expand the learning opportunities and do more to address trauma and academic needs. New York City health officials say they
Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths
"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths
Anthony Davis injured against Denver, MRI scheduled for today in Minneapolis
"Talking about anthony davis who re aggravated his right achilles injury last night. Denver will undergo an mri today in minneapolis into one. How concerned should the lakers with. The anthony davis achilles injury last night they should be very concerned One because of his achilles is something that's continually happening so this time healthy miranda's back claim but if you gotta give him some rest you probably have to give them three four weeks off to try to get this injury Hill and it's going to be tough because now you put a lot more pressure on the brian I'm nevada has missed the game yet this year but you put more pressure on him now to play night in night out and the lake is going to end up. Have to make a decision if not able to go For multiple weeks. You have to make a decision. What's more important winning right now on making sure you have a healthy lebron. Come come playoff time because you don't want to wear them down. Remember they only had seventy one days off to start a new season. So it's a big part is and i don't think. Ad was as best basketball before his injury last night. I thought he was. He was not the same age as we saw last year. That number down a little bit. the lakers are still winning. But i think this is a big part because need to get him back. A hundred percent You cannot afford to have them have lingering injury Going into the playoffs. Oh it's become a major concern for the lakers on how to handle the situation and also how to handle lebron because he plays a big factor in this.
Miranda Lambert Is Sharing the Love for Valentine's Day
"Lamberts Cave 15 grants worth $1000 each toe animal rescue organizations for Valentine's Day. Herman Nation Foundations share the love program. Word shelters in over a dozen states so much needed funding. My nation was started by Miranda and her mom.
Michael Jordan, Bezos, Bloomberg Among Biggest Billionaire Donors To Charity In 2020
"And a Chicago sports. Saigon has made the 2020 list of biggest charitable donors in the United States. WGN. Steve Ruxton reports for Miranda and Chicago Bulls scurried Michael Jordan, one of the 50 biggest stoners and the U. S. Last year, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy, lots of familiar names on the list. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos coming at a number one, followed by his ex wife, McKenzie Scott, rounding out the top three former New York mayor and presidential candidate, Michael Bloomberg. All told, the top 50 reportedly had it out just shy of 25 billion last year to
The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary
"The Sundance Film Festival is taking place over the next week, and one of the documentary showing is about Rita Marino. The first Latina woman to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Freedom. Marino exploded on the screen in West Side Story, but Rita Marino just a girl who decided to go for it is her story, and she calls it real. Compared to the documentaries. She see. I've always thought, Well, G. That's just too perfect. All the time. S so I I just made sure that I was perfect some of the time. It's a raw look at her life. Her relationship with Marlon Brando the racism she faced in her career. You are Porter region, so you don't you're not worth much. The film was produced by Lin, Manuel Miranda and Norman Layer in airs on PBS later this
What is humidity and how much do our plants need?
"So humidity just means how much water vapor is there in the air. How many water droplets are there. And you might have heard of absolute humidity that just means the amount literally the amount of water in the air measured either by grams per cubic meter or grams per kilogram. But this doesn't tell us the whole story. And that's where relative humidity comes in. And this is the number that you get as a percentage and it tells us the degree to which the air is saturated with water in other words if relative humidity is one hundred percent that means that the air is completely saturated with water vapor as much water vapor as there could be at that temperature and those loss rewards really key because colder air holds less water then warmer air. So that makes sense. I mean basically what you need to know is if you have the same amount of water in a very hot room. Relative humidity will be lower than if you are in a cold room. I'm what's the usual relative humidity of our homes. Well it does vary it. Depends what kind of climate you're living in. What kind of heating and cooling mechanisms you've got but usually you'd find it. Roughly around the forty to fifty percent mark and of course the million dollar question is how much humidity does the average house plot need. Well it's hard to generalize but generally somewhere between forty to sixty percent is fine for an awful lot of plants. I mean this birth bearing in mind. That's the reason why these plants have lasted so long as house plants just because they can cope with conditions in our homes on. The test is usually just feeling those plant leaves if they are thinner than a piece of very fine tissue paper then. That's probably blonde that. These high humidity thinking maiden heffernan some of those players of the miranda group here and the thicky you go on the leaf then the less. They are going to be worried about humidity because they've got to waxy cuticle and that avoids the plot losing too much water to that dry air. It's worth remembering the reason why plants need humidity in the first place is because they have these pause in their ski- surface of the leaf the martyr as they're called and when the air around the is dry that means they tend to lose moisture out of those pause so relative humidity is one of the factors that affects what's called transpiration this process of moisture being lost through the smarter is just one of the factors that can impact it though is include things like light and temperature so that's the basics on humidity. But what can we do to increase humidity for those plants. That need
Amanda Gorman's books jump to bestsellers after inaugural poem
"The dawn is hours before we knew it. Somehow we do it. Somehow we've weathered in witnessed a nation that isn't broken but simply unfinished we the successors of a country and the time were a skinny black girl. Descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one that was amanda gorman the inaugural youth poet lawyer it reading from her poem. At the hill we climb which she read at joe biden's inauguration alexandra alter profiled gorman and interviewed her joining us now to talk a little bit more about that hey alexandra hey pamela so this was a really exciting week in washington but i most loved about the news events. This week was that a poet was the breakout star of the inauguration ceremony on wednesday. Amanda gorman was the youngest inaugural poet and us history. She joins a very elite class of poets. Only been a handful of poets who have performed it including robert frost my ngelo elizabeth richard blanco. So she really brought a lot to this performance. And when i spoke to her what was really interesting to me was. She felt enormous pressure. Not just because of the size of the audience she was going to be addressing. Tens of millions of people potentially watching the events at home but because of the state of the country she felt real responsibility to present a poem that reflected joe biden's inaugural theme of america united and. She said they didn't give her any specific guidelines but they said that's the three million inauguration but she also really wanted to address. What has happened recently in the country. Particularly the partisan divisions that we've seen the political violence the effects of the pandemic. It's a really dark moment. And so she was kind of trying to counter johnston to forces the potential for unity. But also these deep divisions that we're seeing in the country now so interestingly. She was really struggling with the poem. The inaugural committee reached out to her late december. She had a few weeks to work on it and was kind of she said it's like it felt like climbing a mountain would do a few versus a day and then on january six. We all watched across the country as the unfolded at the capital. There was the insurrection. There and rioters stormed the capital. And amanda gorman at that point had written about half of her poem and she stayed up late into the night and finished it because she just felt this urgency. And so you're there are verses in the poem that reflect what we saw that day the other thing that she said that was interesting about how she prepared to write it was. She said she always starts with historical research so she studied speeches from leaders who really brought their countries together. In times of crisis she looked at speeches by winston. Churchill abraham lincoln martin luther king junior and she listened to music that inspired her including the musical hamilton. There are a couple of hamilton references within the poem. That some people caught including lin-manuel miranda who was very appreciative of her poetry. So it's been incredible to see their response to her work after she gave this really kind of inspiring performance her books. She has two books coming out this year. Actually three because they're releasing the poem she wrote as a standalone and she has now the number one and number two books on amazon and this is a poet who is twenty two years old and she's preparing to publish her debut collection. This fall so she's gone incredibly quickly from somebody who had following and was pretty well known in the poetry world to kind of national literary star and one other thing that i loved about her performance and her approach to it which she talked about how she felt like she was representing not just her own words but representing poetry itself representing american poetry and y you know it was important to have poetry part of the ceremony. She said when. I spoke to her now more than ever. The united states needs an inaugural poem. Poetry is typically the touchstone that we go back to when we have to remind ourselves of the history that we stand on the future that we stand for so i thought it was lovely that she felt that she was standing up in front of the capital. Two weeks after the insurrection took place kind of representing poetry as a form that can unite the country.
Books by young inaugural poet Amanda Gorman become quick best sellers on Amazon
"Twenty two year. Old amanda gorman. The country's first national youth poet laureate soared to the top of amazon's bestseller list after her. Reading at the inauguration yesterday gorman's two books change sings and the hills way climb poems are one and two on the list with both scheduled to be published on september twenty first her delivery of her palm the hell we climb to praise from barack obama hillary clinton and winfrey who gave gorman a pair of earrings and a caged bird ring that she wore yesterday the youngest inaugural poet by another famous poet. Hamilton in playwright lin manuel miranda from whom gorman says she drew
Bruce Springsteen, John Legend and Lady Gaga among those performing at Biden inaugural
"Lots of boldface names performing during the ceremonies tomorrow. Lady Gaga kicks off the swearing in ceremony with the national anthem that one day later, Tom Hanks hosts a primetime celebration, including John Legend Here will be Emily Lin Manuel Miranda. Getting not throwing away my shot and Bruce Springsteen, Jason Fraley Wtlv news.
The Hypocrisy of the Democratic Party
"Tony, welcome to the show. I'm like that's taking my phone call. Thanks. Um, I just wanted to hypocrisy. Amazing. I mean, I'm having any social workers scarred the depth of the capital because that's what that's what I thought there would be. I mean, where's Dr Ruth and Dr Joyce? Have them instead of our guards, And I mean, it's amazing as far as if it's the Republicans were gonna load those guns with bullets. I mean, all of a sudden, Tony. Now they want law and order Now they want cops. Now. They now they want one. Go ahead. I'll see Pale. She wanted to defund the police. That matches will stand behind them and cower. You gotta be kidding me. No, it's on. It's almost comical. How bad and how the hypocrisy of it Tony on Miranda Divine. I keep quoting this column. It's so important. We have it up and mike online dot com She writes that the New York Post What a difference a week makes. All of a sudden, the House Democrats support the police. They're against mob violence. They believe in law and order. They believe in accountability. They care about civility. They believe words matter. They are against coarse language. Fancy that. They believe in a peaceful transition of power, as opposed to 2016. They believe in the electoral college, as opposed to 2016. They believe in the legitimacy of the people's vote. As opposed to 2016. Look up Nancy Pelosi's May of 2017 Tweet. This election was hijacked. That's a fact. Again. I'm sorry to be a broken record. You can't insist that the 2016 election was corrupt. And then get the vapors if somebody questions the legitimacy of the 2020 election. You simply cannot.
"Sex and the City" gets new chapter on HBO Max
"Is getting the revival treatment at HBO. Max. The new chapter is titled and just like that, and we'll star Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis came control who played Samantha Jones in the original Syriza is not returning. The revival will follow. Carrie Bradshaw, Charlie York and Miranda Hobbes as they navigate love and relationship in their fifties. Syria's will consist of 10 half hour episodes, and it's set to begin production in New York City in late spring
Netflix to release 70 movies in 2021
"Of Netflix nights, The company has released its 2021 movie lineup. It includes 70 films more than Warner Brothers and Disney combined. That's enough for at least one movie night every week of the year. The new offerings include Lin, Manuel Miranda and Halle Berry's first Go rounds in the director's chair, as well as the Dwayne Johnson. Action flick Red Notice. Don't LOOK UP starring Jennifer Lawrence and Army of THE Dead. Directed by Batman versus Superman. Zack Snyder Shape
'Sex and the City' is coming back, but it's missing one key character
"Sex in the city will return seventeen years. After its last episode aired for what tencent ten episodes. I'm so excited about this. Your this is breaking news to me. It will star three of the four original leads. Sarah jessica parker cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis carrie miranda charlotte. We'll all be back. I'm not shocked that the other don't like control they i. I was shocked. When i got into this. Deep dive about kim cottrell and sarah jessica parker and their feud and i thought their on screen relationship had so much chemistry. I thought there's no way off air. Apparently it was tense onset. Like they'd film the scene and then partways access is good. That's good acting right there. Because i wouldn't feel fake. It sex in the city will return seventeen years after its last episode aired. Hbo max that's where it
'Sex and the City' is coming back -- but it's missing one key character
"John. Were you a sex and the city fan are not necessarily but I think I'm going to go back. I watched episodes here and there, but I wasn't like it considered. I I'm not like so ingrained in the culture of sex and the city that I breathe it right, But I am excited that it is coming back. Great news for fans of the show. It's coming to HBO, Max. Sarah Jessica Parker. She put out a tweet that was it was like B roll of New York City, obviously produced by the show, and then it was, you know, her typewriter typing and it said, And just like that, which is famous from her. You know, from her column, she wrote. And so that's gonna be the name of the show. And just like that, so, okay, So this isn't like all the episodes are coming back. This is no. This is a new new content with Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte. Oh, what? I'm in their fifties. Oh, yes. So, um, you know, won't Well, that's that's fun. I really like this idea. 10 episodes half hour long. It's scheduled to begin production in New York late spring. So I think we're going to see it in the fall. I am so excited. Me too. I think I'm going to go back and binge. The six separate six seasons because you know why not? What else? The old episodes an hour long. I think so. Eh? So I like that. These are a little bit shorter. Yes, I couldn't help but wonder where are they now? Yeah, that's what everybody wants to. That's exciting. Well, and Cynthia Nixon. Didn't she run for office in New York? I believe sounds right? Yeah. Um And so Cynthia Nixon's going to be back. Kristin Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker, but no to Kim can could trail right. She won't ever be back. Nobody likes her. Hey, Donna, you know we talked about this morning like, you know Sharon Stone. Somebody asked her if she would be interested in she said Yes. Just like in the interview. I was ever that it sure, And I think she'd be perfect. He's a little older, though she is, but I don't think you can tell that's true. And And then there's the possibility. You know Samantha had breast cancer. In the show at one point character, and, uh, I think that you know if you wanted to I think, do a service to you know women with breast cancer. It would make the story bigger than just you know, and have her pass away from breast cancer. It would make it bigger than Him control as a person because I think that her personality is sort of taken over and all the negativity with it. You could actually do show a real life. You know, women. We deal with losing friends and sisters and mothers to breast cancer, right? And so that would be a real life thing that I think they could, You know, wrap up the story line, but also do something good. Bye. Yeah. The majority of this show I was. I was deaf, too, until The final two seasons. Maybe The girls who lived upstairs from us in college in the apartment above us knew that we had HBO so on Sunday nights they would invade and it was like, okay, we're watching. And so we're like, Well, if we're gonna watch it, just fill us in what's happening here? Well, it's great. I I think I watched it like I watched two seasons and then I forgot to watch another season and I was just kind of pop in and out. Yes, you could kind of do that. I didn't watch that last season, though, and I don't know what happened with neither neither. So maybe I'll just go back and you know to get ready for this season. Wow. Kristin Davis will be nice to see her. Yes, Queen? Yes, it was Mr Big gonna be in this. I don't know. That is a good question. What? He ended up being on the good wife. Oh, yeah. I'm the good one. Yeah, one of my favorite shows ever I didn't finish the last season. The only season I didn't see E No. I'm usually a good finisher. I don't know. Stop it, Dodd! Sorry. Clean it out. Take a walk. Almost. You got 15 years.
'Sex and the City' returning without Kim Cattrall
"You're going to get it back Sex and the city coming back at least, HBO Max, Sarah Jessica Parker confirmed on Sunday. She's returning to TV as Carrie Bradshaw in a sex and the city revival for HBO. Max. Truman Instagram. I couldn't help but wonder where are they? Now? HBO Max All confirmed that Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte will also be back. Not coming back Kim Control who display Samantha Jones on the show. She's been very vocal about her decision not to return to the show and her in Syria just probably not going alone. Yeah, And like I said, I don't think there's any surprise. No, that really theory. Revival Fire Carrie Miranda Charlotte as they navigate their fifties, and it's set to begin production in New York in late spring. Another week another Nicki Minaj lawsuit
‘Sex and the City’ Revival Confirmed at HBO Max
"Sex and the city is getting a reboot. That's right. Sarah Jessica Parker's Cynthia Nixon Kristin Davis all share the mini teaser trailer for the project called and just like that on their social media accounts yesterday, HBO Max says that the new project will follow the beloved characters of Carrie Miranda and Charlotte as they head into an even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their
"miranda" Discussed on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye
"Sammy. J and welcome back to this week's episode of the be real podcast. This week my guess is louise's miranda guys. I love this conversation so much. We talk about his new documentary. Siempre lewis which is on. Hbo if you haven't checked it out. I highly recommend we talk about the importance of family education system and the behind the scenes. A running a political campaign that you won't hear anywhere else. I rate you guys. I hope you enjoyed this episode. And i'll see soon first of all. I am so excited that you are on my thought. Gas it truly. I have so much talk about. I washed your documentary. It is incredible. So i thank you for for having me last time and the best thing. It's that many times in live. I always have to prepare. When i'm going into an interview. Politics an issue on agency any institution. I always need to know more. The great thing about doing interviews about the documentaries that we're talking about my life. I actually no no pretty well. You know a pretty well. Yes so no preparation needed. Well that's awesome. I think you've been in the public eye but you've been working a lot of the times behind the scenes. What is like having a camera crew following you for so long. I i started thinking about. Jj the director and god laws. The camera person and the sound person. And i started thinking that they were furniture really. Yes how do you make that mental distinction though where the cameras become furniture to pretend that they're not there so you can be your fully authentic self by ignoring them really. I could be good at ignoring. That's my wife or or kids with. They're telling me something. I don't i don't want to hear also having the world sear life like it's you've never expose yourself before. What was that like the opening scene for those who will see the documentary. It's the heart attack and sort of the doctor's office my cardiologists and I have gotten so many texts and emails and calls from people who i haven't seen in a decade to decade different from you old. I have been making friends for the last fifty five years. Well that's awesome. I think i have been really interested especially since two thousand sixteen about activism and taking action in your communities and you have done so much with you know taking power back and for people my age it can be really intimidating to start when you see so many people whether it's in government politics or just people telling you you can't do something. What advice do you have to just get started that you got to stop being the kit that follows order custodian. We are trained to follow the advice of our parents to follow the advice of the teacher to be combs social beings. All weird toward is the rules of the game. And you are of better kid if you follow the rules of the game. So it's how do you begin to transform and begin to check that the rules of the game may not be fair that they need to change when you begin to realize that they need to change that you begin to develop your own leadership. Some people are respectful leaders and use the political process to do that. Others are in the streets sort of challenging the status quo and eatables. It's gonna pick whatever leadership style comes with our own temperament and then it is that time when you begin to challenge the norms and the rules that you really begin to experiment. What feels comfortable in making change. What kind of leader i am. I really liked what you said about. We're in such a critical time in our country. And i personally think that a lot of things are being reevaluated. Whether that's politics or sports or broadway or that system. And i feel like this time though. It's really scary. It's time for change and innovation because it's making us re evaluate different things And something that. I really wanted to talk to you about is education. I am very fascinated and passionate about this. I know your son. Miguel has adhd. and i've I have learning differences struggled. It was my entire life. I have auditory expressive and receptive processing. And i've learned so much and this passion has really grown. I've the research i've learned so many people don't have the ability to know they have learned differences and also be at a school where they can learn how they learn and no. They're not stupid. And i think it's really important as the progression of our society for people to know they're not stupid and that they can make an impact so my question is what can we do in society in politics to make it to make education for everyone normalized so kids know that they can impact make an impact. Another not stupid i. We need to make the realization that you explained in your question. We all learn differently. And the difficulty with education is that it tries to normalize all evolves into a particular pattern. Which is the way to learn and the moment we challenge that big is. We realized that kids learn in different ways than we begin to build an educational system that has possibilities for everyone but it really starts with parent realizing that their child learns differently and not feel a shame of that. The and it's normal. Everyone's brains are wired differently absolutely but some parents. They went to the ivy league school day. Learn in the classroom with a teacher and kids unac- sale so the fact that their kids may have adhd executive functions issues auditory perception issues. Whatever it is difference. It's never what our society does best in accepting.
"miranda" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"That that scene in that house. Yeah. No I mean it's very. Constructive. Obviously, I had to had to. Rate that and. But I will say you know. That's a scene where I had to have the music that. So Gina's character plays a piano song during it. So I needed she needed to actually play at least some of that. So I needed to have the song beforehand and it was the one time that I played music or one of the few times that I played music on set. and. There's some magic to that. That piece of music that I felt like the family is like a spell is cast ray and they're they're all it, and because music is real music isn't acting like it's real whether or not in any circumstance. So it at a real effect on the actors and I felt like we could all feel it was a sort of unspoken thing that was. Like a dream we were all in for a moment there, which was also how was written and why I chose. My for my friend wrote that that music for this? Yeah. It's beautiful and it's because it's played live as part of the scene by one of the characters that it's different having. The film score playing over the action kind of thing or under the action kind of thing. Yeah. It's very very moving. When you watch that back you watch says Russia's back. Other. Just starting to that so. There's a there's a few scenes that that really cut to the quick of family is pretending to base some of the time what is pretending to be when someone else enters it, and they come showing off a little bit about where where creative, where Wacky, where we're kind whatever it might be. Very tender that to that. Come off. Calms you. Plan that that particular law you know when you first. See it. It's an such as sort of broken mangled form before it goes through all the edits that you're GONNA do over months but I do believe you can always sort of tell if it's there. Are. Often you can and I remember thinking like. Okay this is a total mess, but I think probably regarded And Yeah. That was a now is lucky because I was aware that in a way that's the hinge that the whole movie kind of turns on like at that point, it almost becomes a different movie from that point on her changes because we've just we've we've just come from the hot tub. Totally different vibe on that the squeaky. NECE and the shop assistant. who sort of slightly tubby himself in. His way through the demonstration it is a perfect thing. What the percentage of comedy and tragedy is in the film Miranda and I won't ask you to put a figure on it but have said it's Half half? And? Half? Perhaps. Draw you on that. Yeah I mean I appreciate your your. We'll say you're very attentive. Viewer, picking out things like the squeak I mean frigging love besides so good when when. These slides and Ahdab it's very satisfying where I don't usually get this kind of conversation. So Yeah I mean I'm watching these these ads as they come out that say like a new comedy Maranda from Randy July and I'm like Huh. Comedy in quotes maybe. But it's there and the truth is. People like comedies and they go.
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"That's kind of a made before the pandemic. Yeah. Like like a little bit before it started it was like kind on the verge I'm obsessed with you but I have to p. P actually yes. Okay. Let's we're GONNA take a break and we're coming back. What's this show called that? My Dad loves its whereas the IT has okay funny. So Really watches it religious. So Miranda's Dad Tom is big celebrity in these. And he knows me from a show. Old Bring the funny were. Funny should ask sunny you should act. Yeah funny. You should ask he watches that every single day at work and he says that his favorite episodes are the ones. And he wanted me to ask you some questions. Prepared turning the tables I'm okay. So a Miranda's now hosting the show channeling her dad, what are what are your questions this song, Tom Com, what are your questions? So he wanted to know if you come up with the jokes beforehand or if you come up with them on the spot jokes here no the jokes on that show I was like, God, i. Hope, these are on the spy If I was scripting all this, I should really find a new career. They were really funny anyone to know if it was possible for people to come up with stuff like that off the top of their head that's a show where it's like I think we write the jokes ahead of time on the show. Okay. I'm sorry I'm really going to disappoint your dad. Sometimes, all like improvised stuff. But for the most part I think you have had that. Yeah like we know what the question is and have time to like write a joke. Yeah. Light Him I don't WanNa ruin his his best moment. I way. But we do improvise sometimes. Okay I'll definitely let them know. Big Comedy Fan not really any also doesn't find like basically anyone funny like it's so hard to get him to like like a song or think something's funny like he's the hardest critic on Earth. So it's a huge compliment to you my dad Tom Cosgrove Thinks, you're amazing. That's my demo. Tough. Dad's. Dad's. Please Dad's honestly I was raised by one. I spent my whole life trying to get dad's approval including my own never. Got It. So I'm glad at least I got someone's father have I still don't have. Enough you just on he tell you. He's proud of you to you. Oh Yeah. Good. Because I have this fear that a lot of parents they and people in general they talk shit to our face and nice behind our backs you know and something that. Really Oh I'm GonNa cry what if I I'M GONNA try not to when my dad passed I met a lot of his friends and I don't. Go away putting a little bit about the beyond that says. Okay answer. They're so sweet when I met a lot of my dad's friends. He said I'm all. He ever talked about how proud he wasn't me but he never told me that so it took other. Can you imagine now cry about you're the guy that killed himself together we could be twins isn't really nice and tried to get me more than my dad like when I Like sticking up for me to like that nothing gets me more than that. That's like. Her Son did text me every day and tells me he's proud of me and I was haven't done anything but thanks. Yes he every that makes me so happy I think sometimes are. Just really like. Grocery. Day but like thing I know. But like you are you and you become you and you grew up where you grew up and overcame so much adversity and I mean Dad's man that's how they. They don't always show love in the way that we see when you're looking for. Ever. The kind of love you want like I kind of just wanted. But I think about my dad and like how you know his dad was in a war and was emotionally very shutdown wasn't you know there was not a lot of like physical love Sean. There was not a lot of like verbal like my dad I remember. He never hugged me but at a basketball game once riders very good job. I'm very athletic He put his arm around like he tried to hug me like from the side. It was just like this. Really Weird. There's a picture of US having our first weird like Awkward Doug like this side. Hug, like we never really looked at each other like. It's just kind of like it's but so sad to imagine someone like wanting to like he probably wanted to do a full. Hug but it was like uncomfortable. It's exactly right and I that I I, think a big part of why I gravitate Oh God him cry more so much to animals especially abused animals is 'cause especially, you know dogs. I don't know as much about cats but horses and dogs when they've been abused like they want so badly to connect with you and love you and they want to know something good's out there. Yes. But they also their body has been trained to be scared. So you see this like push poll of something that wants so badly to connect, but it's still. Scared and protecting itself and just has this habit you know like when I first got Yeezy, she wouldn't let me touch her and she would like move towards me and then her body which I could see in her is that she wanted so badly to trust me but just didn't let share didn't have the proof yet. You know like just didn't have the. didn't feel safe yet, and that's a feeling that I doubt a lot where he was like I want to be able to be a better data. Love you more connected with the more he just like didn't know how it's like didn't have the tools. It's kind of like what you said about mom's like dance to the the best they can do with what they got and I. Always I'm always willing to my parents because they're really good about trying to better than their parents. Consciousness. That's that's that's a success if you can do an inch better than the people that came before you. So we're like It's an interesting theme of this bypass I still find myself at thirty seven years old when I see her just regressing like remember when I was cleaning her wheelchair. Outside. While the nurse was there and you're like still cleaning, and then there's just like it's time. Nurse was mean. Ancient. Wouldn't you have different levels of clean? Yeah. But I just obsessively like to make everything perfect perfect. You know and trying to be useful to her and. Trying to make her proud or whatever a great time by the way. Ruining it by pointing out all. Not. With the balloon, the way you guys. Throwing the balloon making her fun. Beach you throw it up in the air and then when it comes near you. concer like in the mosh pit of a passer when you hit balls around pretty much. That is what it is. You've never played balloon ball. Oh when I was a little kid my parents call me mid SMA, Gerski? Hit a balloon Baugh and they cheered for me. It was like a thing when I was like six or seven, and now than they did it to my grandma what scares you fires are scary. Scary seventy a good one car accidents. I got in a really bad car accident and I broke my my angle like four or five years ago or some..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"And Enter Code Whitney don't forget that's Code Whitney for five dollars off your first order with Jordache Hush puppies they do have hush puppies do what is a hush puppy? Do you think that? You had your childhood taken from you. I. Don't feel like Adwa Child had taken I don't either but I feel no sympathy for. That, just today on this podcast. I just like I. Don't know I think that I mean look Hollywood's obviously a very dangerous place where a lot of reasons check my twitter but. I just think that that that there's just like this thing where they want everyone wants child stars to be so abused and it's like a we I almost feel like it's weird weird fetish through like most people's childhoods are like some bad. childhoods are fucking disaster at least you've got to film in and got paid. Yeah. People always say I don't know. Is it weird for you because you didn't go to like middle school or high school which I guess is weird but like I was around a lot of kids when I was like it was still like Oh that's right. You had a lot of kids on the show. Yeah. If you're in on TV show when you're that young, is there like therapy to make you go to counseling such a good idea like why don't they have that so good maybe they do now but I know when I was on a show, I didn't like they never. Were like let's get ahead of this. Now they were like if that person's having a hard time like. OUT OF SCENES and. Then like hopefully, they'll like walking. Walk around the sound stage. That's so funny. Hopefully show. So make it back. To the makeup trailer but some but to make her see if that fixes her self esteem issue. Teen. Drought. Maybe. It's really what the fuck do. You have to complain about? What do you need a counselor for TV show Pratt? You don't seem like you get very insecure. I mean I'm definitely insecure about something. Yeah. Like what? I'm not, GonNa math terrible at Math III oh I don't know like I can't tell you south east or West like people ask me like where do you live like in relation to where we are now I couldn't tell you like. Anyone that's doing that to you is like first of all, don't tell anyone where you live. Your somebody blew themselves on your house. So when someone asks you where you live, don't answer even if you know the answer. This is some sort of like Darwinian strength that your brain has figured out how to not tell people where you live because of a trauma. So I think that's very intentional on your migdal as part. Yeah but I couldn't tell you totally links out. Do you know like when I mean? I don't WanNa break if I ask you where Disneyland was. Do you know where that is in comparison to where we are? Okay. Now now you know. I'm I am terrible at. North. South. East West but I'm also terrible at being wrong. I will not allow myself to be wrong. So my need to be right is gonNA clips my inability to you and then you gotta learn. My Egos getting. weighed. Just can go that way I mean you can't know it south. Yeah. That's what I do. You figure out a way to go I would go south go east in the Dow like that's exactly what I do if you make a circle. Do Sleep well, no I sleep. Terribly. Five in the morning, do what I watch TV what do you watch stuff on Netflix? I just want king to Oh. Yeah. How was that? It was great. I really enjoy some trauma with them on twitter really about the drama gotTa get into the I. Don't why? I only know the drama. Product. SPITS batting on twitter. Yeah. I just like to watch like random movies. Do you have any Shits Creek just just? Amazing. So happy birthday Dan Levy was his birthday was yesterday. He was first podcast Gust. That's so cool. I love him and so let me ask you something. Is there anyone like that? You get like a crush on? Because, here's my problem with if I were you most people can get crushes on celebrities you could actually like. Date them if you wanted to. Count using I've never. Had A crush I've never. Been in that situation where I met anybody that was like like Harry style slide. Great. But no never happened for me where is he? Why can't you date him? I don't know where. But I I'm GONNA get on that. Wow. I will get I'm going to make that happen I'm in here styles ones How'd that go? Well. Actually, I'm not. This is gonNA sound like such a I think he watched he 'cause the show I did was bigger in England I. Think maybe than here and he like knew me and I was like who are you and he's like and they're like he's in a what's it called? Oh and I was within. He's an benkhaled four West I. Don't know what it's called up northwest. What's it called Madison? And Yeah, he's a now you can't date him. It He. He slow okay okay. So, but but. We're not doing that they travel too much. The meet someone that's going to be around. You mean, like a fireman fired. I'm glad you have animals I think it's important for people that are have lot coming at them like I feel like you were like the ground you lake. Yeah. You were forced to be probably precocious. You're probably forced to be an adult at a very young age which it's. That's a big thing with I would imagine child stars but also. What identifies adult child of alcoholics? It's like you had adult very young. You had to cook dinner you to handle yourself. You had to be on time you had to like put on the coffee like I feel like you have a job but like. You like five years older pouring Bailey's in the coffee like and. and. It's so good to have animals are 'cause they bring out your like this side it to be a kid with them you don't have to perform for them. They don't need anything for me. They don't want they just love you. It's so funny me your dogs don't know who you are. Dogs like aren't impressed by young care like that's so funny. You like singing in your shower with your amazing voice like your heads and like, Oh, can we go? Clean My, shit mom. I also have three cats they didn't mention, but I thought that I should probably leave them out. It's getting up there. I actually.
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"Than any actor on the planet. And and basically how We developed a success and we doubt it. You know and just like the it's called Gif fear and about how important fear is, and there's all these incredible stories and incredible meeting like horrifying of women that have been stockton stuff and who is the woman? Sorry I don't want to traumatize you further. Worm size. Memory with grandmother. Okay nightmare but it's a lot about the psychology of of stalkers and the psychology of obsession. I actually love that kind of stuff like I'm really interested in like I love watching like chose about murders in like how they happened and all that. Yeah and a lot of in a lot of that fascination our brain when we're scared preparing and studying and doing recon and research basically which same reason we have nightmares people, there's a war on nightmares. And I will not have it. Nightmares are good. So are you going to be able to live alone at some point? You think Yeah I do I mean I have another place I do stay there sometimes and stuff, but like can get you some dogs. We need some big dogs that'd be good. Say the best security system in the world dogs they say that the bark is that matters right her that's right. Yeah like. A really good bark. And helps to that's true. But my dog has like this really like great bark even though she was like fourteen pounds. Give it away so Yeah get a really big. Yeah. We need to get you like like a serious dog. All my friends were like making fun of me saying you got to move out like come on like because it was funny because when the thing happened when the guy at my house like it was raining that night. So I went back to my parents house like I. Didn't even go to my house I love it this guy so dumb he set himself on fire the one day it rains in La. The one that you can't catch a good fire. How does a person shoot themselves in set themselves like how do they even do that? They haven't even done the forensics on how he did it well, they figured out who is is a man who's good at multitasking, and then it was crazy to they found his car like a few blocks away and there was like blood and hair in the trunk and they were like Oh. He's probably a serial. Killer, but they never figured out exactly like like the story and he was like taking trips not paying enough taxes in California. Why have they not dug deeper into this investigation? I think they tried they try to dig really deep they even when they went to where he lived and like he only had a mattress and like white walls and they nothing on his computer and they couldn't figure out anything how old was he maybe like late thirties wow. Yeah. But the problem so. Doesn't. It seem fun though to try to like maybe not fun. But like interesting to try to figure yes I love the psychology of stuff like this was going on but are bits and pieces are you Have you like built a sort of like Exco Selatan of armor or have you cried about this no. I. Didn't cry or anything but just it's because I wasn't going to cry about this crime and Stick I mean this is traumatizing. Are you like? Is there like denial denials? Good I don't WanNa take your denial from you. It's very helpful tool I. Mean I just think because I wasn't actually there that night it helped a lot because it's like if I didn't actually experience like I almost feel worse for the person who is like I do so the women who are I mean that must have been horrible I never met her spoke with her but that was probably really scary like could you imagine being in a car and like all of a sudden someone's like your and let's she was talking you also. While she was driving by looking at. Your other stalker shot your other soccer they're competing you're burying in your backyard really do tell the stories till like nonchalantly you're just a huge burying things in my backyard there was flooding here in the Chocolate Bar weirds me out by the way that. The horizon. Out in your the biggest detail that you have emphasized was there was milk chocolate you're like I'm a dark chocolate person. WHO EATS Shackling. That's the thing that is the most offensive to you about this whole story. I mean. It's weird though like all the other things add up like rope and knives and things but like no chocolate. Healing, people who want to work. When you have a little treat before he murdered you what is that about? So that house are you gonNA sell probably? Yeah. For a long time I kept it because I kept thinking like Oh like I'll get over it and I'll probably go stay there. But to be honest even before that happened, it's like a very creaky house like in the middle of the night like you hear sounds and it seems like are in the house because it's an older home. So. I. Think. I. Was already like not going to have the nerve to their even before that happened. So I'm probably GonNa, move on and just. Two homes I'm putting that in the tender bio. Home. Own. Two homes dodged death dodge. Death and what was the other night I did. Know Zebras, pants. Zebra fans with a change. So what do you want like I look at someone like you and I'm just like amazing family amazing life I of this theory. This is a hot take that the fact that you had such a traumatic horrible water the chances that would happen again it's true. That's the thing I said about how this? Can Happen and when something horrible happens I get so excited because I'm having lived in happen again. My uncle really disturbed because when my dad died, I was a coup. Okay. That means my mom's not going to die for a while he was like what I was like it's just there's no way what are the chances? Of Luck. Yes. There's like a little bit of a relief that sort of envelops me when something really horrible happens because it makes me think I have a couple years of like serenity ahead of sort of something found to happen eventually. Yeah, and then you get your brain. Yeah. So. Now you so no one's going to try to kill for at least another couple years. It happened like a few years ago so it might be coming up until I. Actually. Might not be good for me. So what do you want in life? Do you want marriage? You want kids I think so but I babysat a few times and it's never gone very well but people always say it's different when it's when it's your kids but I don't know if that's I think I know a lot of key p people think their kids are annoying to yeah. I think people. I know a lot of parents are like it's worse when it's your kids because they owe you and they still act like that. You feed them and you give them your body and you leg you a little. He's still going to be an asshole you made them and they still treat you like shit whenever I babysat though I always try to be like like I want to be fun and I want them to think that I'm like then then it never goes well, like if you're really fun with kids, they don't listen to a word. You say that's right. It's all about respect. Yeah, and it's crazy because it's like it's really hard to gain it from a child like it's like next to impossible my friend had a kid like in high school and it was so hard to get that. You. Just like every time he came around. I felt like a lot of like stress like to try to get in Mike Me. Wanted him to think I was like to be around I kept taking him to Disneyland and he'd be like how many rides we have to. Like literally, it was so hard to like win the kid over. You know what my nightmares Benton. Not, been able to take a nap every three hours. My nightmare is not being able to have a nightmare. Because I'm not seeking. There is true. That's really sad. All I want in life is to have a nightmare. Much trouble sleeping. You know this about me we've talked about it. Every doctrine in La knows about you. How many times a day do I'd not? Good seven. Sleep is the most important thing to me. You guys asked me about my skin you ask me about how I work so hard people at. Sleep is literally the secret to being healthy and prolific. We will be. We'll just carrying groceries I ended now I take..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"This product I don't think in this ad and the consistent knows hair we never have been get to have. We know we're not getting paid to talk about this, but this is an unbelievable product get. The right way and use manscaping. Yes. And then I'm trying to think what else are you struggling with in terms of dating online? Let's see. I guess just dating general. I've had like a stereo like a string of very bad like dates like for years like maybe like seven or eight years. It's been a long time every single day I might go on. On, like maybe two three dates at like just goes terribly like it was sort of like a joke between me and one of my friends for a while because. You can't make it past like three without something going wrong. But basically like I went out with this one guy and when he went to kiss me, he bitney. And he like first time ever kissed me like he bit my lip and. It was bleeding like actual blood was coming off my lip and then I. was like holding Kleenex to my lip and he was apologizing and it was he trying to do it like in a sexy way? Yeah. Like to yeah that's what he's trying to do drew blood. Yeah. You bit my lip pretty hard. and. Secure. An actual yes. Only way like it was like a paper cut on my lip and it wouldn't stop bleeding and I was standing there and it was really uncomfortable to braces. Just trying to be in a boy band. But yeah that was bad and then I. Kinda on me like I just felt like it was so uncomfortable I never saw him again like I just from then on out like I was like I can't like some awkward. It's just so weird for like thirty months like standing there like trying to make small talk with him like apology as a man is gone, your only job is to not. Cut Me. Your only job on the date is to make sure I'm not bleeding at any point and you couldn't do your one stop. Yeah it was. It was weird literal red flag. A. Draws Blood Red Flag I. Mean I think it's nice like you seem like you're such A. Clear personal vibrate on such a pure authentic way I think that you probably and. People, reveal themselves to you sooner, which is actually a good thing. I hope that'd be great. You know like you see like my brain going he called my lip look. This is the perfect wedding story like my. New, story like it had been a really good match that would have been a good story. I'd be only to be calling lip. This would be so funny in romantic comedy and like I'm going to tell the story of my wedding and make the relationship work just so that that was my wedding story so you're. GonNa. Have this great story with someone in the not leg haven't worked out like this is how it's supposed to add. Yeah it was Kinda. It could have been charming. I also have this belief that if you like meet somebody in, they're really the right person like you probably would just think anything they did was like great like you wouldn't think I feel like I'm like. Looking for reasons to like maybe like not make it work like as soon as that happened I was like Oh this work yeah. You're just looking for an out. Yeah. Like maybe if you know it's not the right fit. So torn on that Miranda I'm torn on that because I think you know I, there's two schools of thought, which is like the cap of the toothpaste. Is really annoying unless it's the person that you love in which case it's going to be adorable. You know but I think everyone that you're sort of you know your brain is flushed with oxytocin dopamine in the beginning like that's GonNa wear off like the thing that's super cute in the beginning days. Yes. The thing that's super cute in the beginning is going to become annoying and when do we accept it and when do we say get the fuck Outta here with that shit and it's really hard for me to tell the difference because I can be such a perfectionist and What Good. And see the problem. And I never know like it's very hard to tell where healthy boundaries and healthy tolerance and forgiveness like how to balance those two things. You Know Me Al, like what's actually like what's worth fighting for him? What's not and I? Think it's about it being worth it. You know is this person worth it? Knowing but like you know, I remember someone saying to me a very wise woman who's been thrice married. She said to me once something that I'm not I don't know if I believe in it or not, and I think it depends on where you are in your life and if you WanNa get married and if you WanNa have kids and what you want I think it's different for everyone but she said If you can get eighty percent of what you want. Go for it like that's like that's a match eighty percent of what you want that reminds me of how people say like if you have one good friend in your whole life, you did pretty well yeah I, love that I love that I feel like they mostly say that to famous Stars like you. That's a celebrity thing to what one is actually a lot. One is a lot for celebrities. I'm always in this area of like, what do I where do I settle and where do I not? What's too much and what's like? The right amount I think that for me the biggest thing isn't about what's the thing you compromise on? What's the thing you settle on its you're going to constantly be compromising its how quick can you recover? So I have so many notes I'm such a I am such a high bar for what I allow in my house in in my life I have to be able to say I don't like when you do that I don't like to do that and then then be able to receive it correct and recover and not have resentment. About it so that's that's the thing I need. The most that seems like a really hard thing to do like to be able to get over someone the EGO. Yeah. You'd have to be like a real good because you're in a constant state of negotiation. There's no, it's like it's like There's there's no you're never gonNA find the perfect house. You never find the perfect person you're gonNA have to do work on it right or going to work on yourself to make it a better fit. So for me, it's always like just about like. Can. We work through conflict while the other it's scary though because sometimes like even I don't know if this ever happened to you. But like even if you hang out with like your best friend, but you're stuck with them for like a week straight. Yeah. The end of the week you're like new. Things that you've never noticed or happening in like you're driving them crazy driving you..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"They can kiss you. That's a big thing. That's cute. Consent is important I know but or does it kind of ruined the moment because it's like? Well, it's it's just sort of like adult. Can you bitch like we can't go backwards I'm there's a lot in the news and consent is important but also it's like like can I take your breath out of fucking? No, and you like I can't be if I feel to Alpha in an intimate situation, I can't be attracted you. It feels weirdly maternal like mommy can I take your? Jesus you start answering it really direct I don't know. It's Kinda hard like the class. Difficult for you can I Take him it's a sports bra I have to take A. I only wear sports. Get it off. It's weird. This younger generation of men they ask like like over asked like like do this can I do this? Can I touch you here because and then they just WanNa, put their peanuts in your but you're like Jesus, Christ. The mores have changed. Dramatically I feel like at this point. Okay, we're taking a break from the Heavenly Miranda Cosgrove. Adore my best fiend my best. Good. She's my best fiend, your best female. My best fiend is the game best fiends. It's such a fun game playing for a long time. Have you started playing it literally playing right now if you're watching this on Youtube I'm currently playing it as I am trying to I get. So into this game, it's like It's the something hypnotic about there's something super relaxing about it like I. Don't meditate you guys know this about me I can't like I just like playing this game. It puts me in like a little like trance you know your brain to your like. Like there's something really soothing warmer during this along we love name is go rain makes me WanNa Dance Bob my head like it just there's something really soothing about it and you know we're in a pandemic and we don't get to go out and do as many fun things as we want to these days but thank God for this it's Super Fund. So basically what you do is you like collect all these little friends like these force creature Fran, they're so cute a lizard and a spiner, and there's A. You know I love bees there's a be with one eyeball spider. Oh and Spider. Yellow. Jacket. I saved it live. That's eulogy. spiner. SPIDERS are yellow. I know because they told me as a spider when I saved it. Is alleged. Anyway as you get to collect all these friends and you're against these like flux these monstrous slugs they're that are mad their romance and you basically had to solve puzzles and problems, and then you find the slugs and you collect more friends along the way it's just like I. Don't know there's something it's it's like it. It's very soothing, but it's not most games. Made me angry it doesn't make me angry I. It's fine. I don't get frustrated I'm not. Use like it doesn't make me feel bad about myself. It doesn't like Piss me off. It's just like so soothing and fun to play. You can play it with friends. I got three strawberries. You can play it with friends and family There's currently over one hundred million downloads. Wow, that's wild. Wow that's incredible. Yeah. It's unique and exciting it updates every month with new levels and events. So it never really gets ooh I gotTA strawberry. Never gets old. It doesn't require Internet to play. That's amazing. You don't have to worry about Wi fi or using cell data that's a game changer and collect the cutest little character. Then they grow as you as you level them up my little dragon. Loved them. So engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters which here, my you're all three of them not black snail know that the slug that were against oh she just started is. Trust me with over one hundred, million downloads this. Look thing got the fuzzy man went to the. You'll have this many moves left. You've only heard that bad. You're mean. Gamer..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"That, you're never gonNA be able to live up to their expectations effectiveness red flag. You seem like you're really on top of these red flags can he's got him down and like away But. It's also red flag. When someone's places a mess when you went to that guy's house to play video games was his house a mess It was like medium it wasn't terrible. It was like. It was okay. It's also told me his mom came over and cleaned it like. The biggest red flag if your mom is still cleaning your man's house. Yeah. that a good relationship with mom is good. So I'm torn on that one because I. was there I want him to have a good relation with mom but I don't want her cleaning his house. Yeah. That's discussing any lot every time it looked. Expect you to clean his house because he's used to women. Yeah No, no, no no, and so what is the? What is like if I'm going to ask you out what's the best thing I can possibly do? Best thing you can possibly do like, where do I? What do I do I take you to dinner Oh? Yeah. I'd probably WANNA go eat or like I've been hiking a lot during the pandemic. Probably, want to go hiking I feel like that's good because you're like walking in like doing something. Yeah. Takes away from like the awkwardness and if he's annoying. that. I like a hike date. Yeah. It's not bad. I mean the only thing is you might get like really sweaty and. Gross but I think that's good because for me, it's like I've spent. So much of my life sort of pretending to be one thing for a man and then getting super resentful when the Jig is finally up when I finally have to like show my face without makeup or whatever. So it's like I like hiking is like you're gonNA see me without Mak-, that's really you're gonNA actually get the real. Yeah, and then you can decide if you're in or you're out but for me to put Shellac caulk and grout all over my face for three months for you then see what I actually look like I just see it so hikes forced me to do that. You know don't take me to like a dimly lit restaurant for three months and then and then take me on a hike. It's going to be jarring. Would that be like the thing you'd WanNa do go hiking or I. Don't know it's hard to think of like a first thing to do with somebody. Going to be awkward no matter what a little bit I have to be honest with you. The pandemic has made me start to I'm into fuck and face timing for a first date. That's a lot of people are doing that. Now I'm into it, we should have always been doing that we never should have been meeting in person. What were you insane? Sometimes, it's like I feel like it's terrible though time and it's not in person. Do you think that's a thing we'll that's because of how good your skin is. If I look like. Actually I just feel like sometimes like if you're talking on like. That it's like a little more uncomfortable than being right next to the person or just different or vice versa like it's good over like talking on the phone or texting, and then when you meet the person, it's not good especially with texting. Someone and they're like really funny and then yeah them in person and they're like not funny at all. Is that what you're thinking about this. Very pointed. ME. Oh my God. I. Here's the thing I get so insecure in person about. Is. This queue is that my thong rights you know what I mean and do my boobs look like I like eighty of being in my own space when I first meet someone because I can actually be it takes a discomfort out of the first date you know the anxiety and distress I also like it because you can get a little peek into their house or apartment like right away. I like to see inside people's homes is the worst is when you three days with the guy and then you go back to his house and you're like Oh my God. What you've got a bill and Ted's excellent adventure poster on your wall. If I had seen that note about that black I ate I'd never would have gone on the second to like I'd to see a little sneak peek of the. Because I'll say, let me see give me a little tour of your place, and then I'll see that he was a move. That's like something you feed he has black towels psychopath only psychopaths have black towels and you know this and I'm correct. So that's an opportunity to sneakily get a little tour of their place. Why are you rolling your eyes? To wait because. I'm correct. Imagine. You talking on a date you're a psychopath and I'm correct. I'm telling you I. The first thing I need to know about a guy is the color of their towels maybe that can be my bio your. Still Dude. Dude every tax you what color your towel. Shape black. Block them. Great could you imagine your first day with Whitney? Building. Sign a couple of questions. Yes Dude, and also people that get it fucking. Get it. Well a few. I, I like I, like doing like I don't like small talk I'm not good at small talk. I. Only like big talk do like zoom data or facetime data's your I can get straight into the big talk like tell me about that earn full of your grandmother's ashes behind new on the bookshelf I. Love How drinker where you want to put her how did she die? Tell me the details like to get into really let me see your medicine cabinet what meds are you on? Like really dive deep in..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"I just feel like we've taken like a couple of the ones that went crazy and just really amplified it. There's a war on child stars and I am going to fight and help. Okay we need to get back to your dating. Because I'm GonNa fix this. I'm. GonNa. Solve this. He doesn't text. Okay. You're not going to take him for three weeks. Please do we never speaker we don't speak for about a year but I. Like. My dream. But do you get scared like? Do you get scared? Of just strangers who are these people? Oh, you mean you're like meeting up with these. Yeah I mean. With you on your dates from now on these people. Okay this is really I'm really stressed out for you things. I'm really stressed out about it. I've been trying to figure it out for long to let people set you up Yeah I totally would but I had a friend would set me up on like anybody she went out with once that went really badly she likes me up with that person I. What is that I do that all the time we're all. Like I won't go well no but. My friend like you'd be perfect for her always did that and I'm always like if they weren't like good with you like and she'd be like I don't know feels like are different than me like maybe you'll like him but it always be like the same problem usually, right? Right. Right and what's the most annoying thing that you're finding in guys Dating Online. Most annoying besides posing with tigers your photos, you fucking twinsies I know that's the worst but I don't know probably. I noticed that like a lot of guys like ask you out and you'll go on like one day, and then they think that's like it like they took you on one date. So like then now it's called the coffee from there like sit at their house and like not really doing anything here come up with any plans. That's like a major thing that always happens like one day one good one, and then they like did it. That is so true. Holy Shit one day, and then they're like nailed it I like we went and got lemongrass chicken now we're going to just hang in each other's houses for three months. It's so bad like in bacchus Japan. Kind of. has made it a little bit more. People, but it's like. No you can still go on to hike. Yeah. Still you can still eat outside or whatever. Yeah. I feel like guys like us the pandemic as an excuse to just like sit on their couch like I get a lot of that. Come over and watch. TV. I get that a lot. and. Not Dancers No. By the way I answer is fucking hard pass. Yeah. Honestly next time ago does that copy and paste my phone number and say Texas person just to talk to you. I will it happens a lot. You're going to be getting a Lotta Texan I have the first three dates no sitting on couches. Weird because like they're scared to put effort in or because they just don't want to or because. Couch that's they on their own couch I. think There's sloppiness. I think there's a like a casual a trend towards casual that I do not fuck with because my thing is in the first three days I'm looking for the way you're treating me because I know how you're GonNa treat me because I know you want I know what you want. I I want to see how you treat service people I wanna see how you waiters I want to see how you tip valets. I WanNa see the way you behave in the world I want to see how you talk in order food how you order like that's the kind of stuff I'm looking for I can't find that out in your fucking house. That's true. You have no idea no idea. Also trend in like not carrying as cool. Now, if I just don't care, it's like so always kind of been like that though not caring not it's cool. No, it's. It's lame. It's. Ugly and my thing is like I just don't I don't think that. It'd be the pandemic makes it crazy but you can still at a level of formality to even being at home like let me Cook you dinner or do you WanNa Cook dinner together to do this senior like put some fucking effort him. Yes, true. I Cook Dinner With this guy that and I thought it was so cute that he was like I'm going to get all the ingredients and stuff and let's cook together. Then like you know in movies and stuff when people cook together it's like it's cute like they're talking the whole time and they're. They have a script written for them they memorize lines and they had people put. Someone in post production edits it looks like they're talking and like even if something goes wrong in a movie like if if like the MAC and cheese is burnt they laugh and kiss, it doesn't matter well when I went over to this guy's house and. He couldn't multitask. So anytime I'd speak he'd be like Sh-. I was like dude, like you went out of your way to get all this stuff to like hang out in like cook and. Like talk and I didn't say that I was thinking that and he was just like literally every time I tried to start a conversation he just sh. Sh a Manchester America's sweetheart. So to be sure. Carlito. Went like literally, and he do it all the time like we'd be watching something on TV and he'd be like I watch tiger king, which is like not good but we watched it and basically like. Anytime I try. That's something you talk during right like it's not like you don't have to like seriously like focus on. And he was like Sh- every. Let you be alone my bad. This is making me. So things being interrupted and then like he was making a steak and he was like, I can't I can't concentrate because I was trying to say something to him and then it was so weird and then we like sat there and we basically in silence Oh and he was like all he said was, how's the steak the entire time and because he made it and I was like really good. And I was literally like the entire time he doesn't want you to stop talking. About this, it was so bad can I ask what he did for a living or will that give it away? No he played tennis. Athlete. Oh Yeah I mean come on no athletes no heights athletes red flag. That's a red flag. Do you want to go through some red flags? Okay. So no athletes no. No. Boy Band. boyz period. Noble bans. Musicians images. Much additions musicians What else what if a guy says he's a poet is that no spoken word? Definitely not no, no, no, no no no no. No. No the. Poet people say there are poets. They WANNA have Kurt texts like I'm a poet. Sorry. Actor. This is L-. I mean actors is a tricky one they lie for a living. They literally get paid money for how good they are at pretending and lying. So if you want to sign up for that. Speed you're dating someone that wins awards for how good they are at duping people in lying to be ball you know. So it's hard to trust an actor. I also think that actors. That work ones at work nor the work it's only date like bad actors. Yeah. because. Then you. To various. Bat that's the only kind you're allowed to date. So you can tell when they're lying, they're real before. I here's the thing I don't like judging people based on their job because I don't like it. When people judge me based on my job like when they're like, oh well, she's a female comedian. She must be this this this like that's true. There's always exceptions to like you never know and that said I'm the first person that when I'm GonNa fight with the guy and look on the theme McConnell would you could have it? Third. I do play that card but I don't like it when people play that card at me, 'cause I is a very specific neurology that makes us the way we are. So I, thought of something when you came in today, you made me realize a red flag it is a red flag when you go to someone's house and they apologize about how much of a mess their houses even if their houses put together because that's someone who is a perfectionist..
"miranda" Discussed on Good For You
"Over twenty years old and you're still you're not GONNA get in most likely because like you're over twenty one and so calling yourself a boy that is that truly the flag red flag, you're not going to get him most likely. Go to Tiktok and so what is the longest relationship you've been in five years? Wow. But it started when I was fifteen so does that? I think it counts I think counts, and so what do you want in somebody? You seem like you get your emotional needs met in a healthy way you're. You're very self possessed. You're like have kind of everything you need in like what? What can a man do for you? what could you possibly need I just like people that are funny like honestly the number one thing is if somebody is funny. Okay I like love funny people and that doesn't mean left thinks they're funny we decide if you're. You don't decide if you're funny a lot of you think you're funny or you your than you are because you've got a lot of girls laugh at your jokes are funny. And enable you But truly funny. And funny. Doesn't mean oh funny also doesn't mean share. Share wants her shirt back. That was mean. Why did you say that it was a joke if you have to say it's a joke after you've consulted us that doesn't mean you're funny. What did you look at me? Because I'm trying to think of a share of fresher reference than share. So I just looked direction like share early Shayla share a bed. and. So what's your ideal way? A guy is going to court you. So you're gonNA match on a dating up. Then what he's going to ask you first we're going to hang out I well now, you can't really go to a restaurant or anything, but that's what I was Gonna get granular. He's going to text you first that'd be nice right you're not texting I your coping are you texting I know I'm not. Okay. Good. You're not initiating good. No I've never initiated I'm too scared. Okay. Good. Are you scared of things? Yes. I'm a very like scared type. I would never like tech somebody I even like go first of all good but why fear I don't know I just feel like like I don't know when you're first getting to know somebody like I always like at least three weeks before I text the person I is that bad. Does let them like hopefully. They'll say something to me and if not all just like wait it out. No, that's good. That's that's actually really smart because I've spent. So much of my life running point on a relationship too in doing all the work, and then when you stop, you realize there's really no relationship I was doing their side and my side and I was just micromanaging it and kind of ordaining to happen and you have. To just do nothing to see how they're gonNA show up. It is Kinda bad though because it's like game playing already at the start, you're not game playing though your I think I think game playing is about your motives you're not trying to manipulate them. It doesn't seem like you're just like hoping they're interested in seeing they'll message you but it seems Kinda Nice, sometimes to reach out maybe it'd be better I don't know interesting I. AM fascinated by you. Shits isn't you have just the kindest heart and the kind of energy I guess, why is there such a stereotype that people that weren't famous when they were young are like a mess up I know it seems like people always think that about like people that acted when you're young but I started acting really weird way like when I was like three, I like an agent came up to my mom. Then I started going on additions and I didn't like it like I did not like. Healthy. Healthy reaction to audition is good. Then I like quit like I didn't do it for a while and then my mom like tries to get me to do it again and then I kind of I started to like it like when I was like seven or eight years old but I still have always been like a basket case like nervous wreck over like auditioning and I think that it's because like ever since I was like really little it's always like freaked me out like it should for you out it's there's a war on fear you guys know me and my takes you know I am pro. I mean auditioning think I'm understand whenever someone slams actors or actresses it makes me so mad because I have so much respect for any actor actress because you don't realize is that for everyone job they get three hundred times they went into a room full of like nine adults at a table and you go in and it's like being on like nine I dates at once and you have to perform and you're reading stuff they wrote that you have to match what they thought of in their head like I mean, it is such a nightmare. That's why I have to take Beta blockers. Actually sounds really good. It works. It works it. Gets Miranda Cosgrove drugs. See that headline but really it makes you feel like so betablockers are all they do is take away adrenaline. So I don't do like people do like xanax and Benzodiazepines I can't do those. They make you tired this just takes away adrenaline. So the nervousness you know and then when you go into a meeting or something and then you're nervous and then you say something dumb and then you're beating yourself because you just said something dominate me start sweating and then you're like trying to hide your armpits because you're sweating and it just turns into like whack-a-mole. fucking rat fuck nightmare. So it basically just stops adrenaline so you can go. Fuck up and have a bad meeting but at least it's not because you're nervous. When I was little I used to like I'd walk by the room and I'd try to see like how many people were inside, and if there are more than like five people, I'd be like I don't want to come out I don't want to go. It down like a very. Scientist. Boundaries. I remember one of my one of my first editions but when I first started like getting like big callback testing for stuff, you know the way that you make TV shows as you I go in a casting director sees you the first person. Then if you get past the casting director, you get to meet the producers and then if you get past the producers, you get to meet the network and all this is changing. Now you just have to make a tiktok video and tiny top and your famous, but this is back in the day. And then sometimes you would go in and the actor would be there and you'd have to work with actor that you were opposite. There's like all these stages it's like scientology you would like, go you know the stages of Dayton or whatever and I remember sometimes you go in and you wouldn't know who would be in the room I remember. I remember one time I worked on this audition for so long I was ready to go into meet the producers right and it's a producer session like great I walk in there's like ten people and like will Smith. I literally out of really thrown me. I would. Come on I was just like fuck you guys I know warning and all that will Smith being in the I probably could remember no warning truly at the lines will Smith. No, he was a producer and he uses in there that day and I was just like, fuck you guys like I just said that I was twenty six I had no idea what I was doing and they started laughing and I'm bombed the audition but it just like sometimes you just have some random curve ball like that I feel like people like famous people a fair and additioning room should like hide themselves like they should be behind like a some kind of a sheet or something Guy Yeah Look Like they don't WanNA, ruin it for everybody just likes to changing screen not really weird..
"miranda" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Never light is gaining. Win The. Spot in ways away. High School. Off. That's from the original cast recording of in the heights. The music was written by my guest Lin. Manuel Miranda who are still starred in the original production. What are you're listening to know like your? As we record this, you're still. At home, sheltering in place with your family, and I don't know if you're composing right now or if you're listening to music, but if you are listening to music. What is giving you what you need for music? That's a great question I am composing right now. I'm actually writing a new. It'll be public by the time this airs I'm writing a new. New Songs for a new Disney. Animated musical that will. I don't know when it comes out, but we're in early stages, and I've been on the ground floor, and that's set in the region of Latin America around Columbia. So two years of research into a Colombian music which has been joyous but for my own I. I'm a kid who fell asleep. With the TV on people, talking knocks me right out so I've actually been listening to a lot more podcasts. Than Music because I'm trying to keep my brain blank. To write new things so I have a friend who does a podcast finance which I know nothing about. He starts talking I fall asleep. Obviously, you are a very busy person. Always and you always have a lot of projects. You're deep into one project, and now that you're at home you know because of the pandemic. Are you able to have the level of engagement and business that you typically do and is your mind going in different directions? Because you are in a quiet space outside of your children. Probably, but like you said earlier you don't have the hustle and bustle of like Manhattan all around you. You're not on stage. You're not flying to different places in America or other countries with productions. You're not on a film set so is is your mind in a different place right now, and is that leading to? To new ideas or to reframing things. I'd love to be able to tell you that I am writing. King Lear or the Sonnets, now that the plagues have closed all the play houses I'm afraid I can't because I'm as worried about the world as anyone else. I think I wake up with stomach aches more often than I. don't because I. Worry about what's going on. I worry about. My city reopening too soon in having a second spike. I worry about. The protesters and hoping they're okay and I worry about. I worry about all the things. Everyone is worried about and. I find that because I'm home, it is harder to. Because I can't physically distance myself from my particular bubble like myself from those thoughts either and I think that's okay like the world is being remade in a fundamentally different way because of this pandemic, and just because of where we are and artists have to give themselves. The latitude to acknowledge that. So give yourself a break. If you're not writing right now I do find that the self imposed deadlines, and even projects of my own where I say okay. I'm going to write this and I'm going to have it by Friday. Allow me to push the world away and do that but I. Actually find it harder when you're just sort of sitting with then you know being able to take a train ride and clear your mind or walk with your dog. Then Manuel Miranda. It's really been great to have you back on the show I. Really appreciate you taking the time to do this I. Wish you and your family? Good health likewise great sake. lin-manuel Miranda's created the musical Hamilton and wrote the Book Music and Lyrics a filmed version of the original Broadway production with the original cast, including Miranda as Alexander Hamilton will start streaming. Friday July third UNE Disney plus. A documentary about the Improv Music Group that Miranda Co founded in two thousand five Freestyle Love Supreme. Will, start streaming on Hulu July seventeenth. Tomorrow on fresh air. We'll talk about medical errors why they're so common, and how some medical innovations like electronic patient records can make errors more likely our guest Dr Danielle Ofri who's treated patients for two decades at new. York's Bellevue Hospital, including covid nineteen patients and has written a new book called Cause Harm. I hope you'll join us. Fresh. Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our Technical Director and engineer is Audrey Bentham. Our interviews and reviews produced an edited by any salad. Phyllis Myers San Brigger Lauren. CRANDALL Mon- Theresa. Madden Thayer Challenor Seth Kelly Andro Wolfram. Our associate producer of digital media is Molly seavy Nesper Roberta shorrock directs the show I'm Terry Gross. Ma Shocked. Away mock shot. Country scrubbing. Scholarship to King's College. Brag on Mazembe Astonish. Brains no, Polish. Heard with that, but reword dropped knowledge Zometa. 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"miranda" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Can this same? This is from a story called Amana plan canal, Panama. It's called a yacht. SE through the the US collects on a fugitive shopping spree. I love when we start with a highbrow like near times link where it's like. Ooh, guess what? The show is high brow. But absolutely not talking about Miranda Kerr. So I read this like organically, which I love rin- near times like a push notification. Right. So I'm like reading and I'm like, oh fun. I love like a love like a stolen property. So the idea was I knew about this because this guy came out a few weeks ago because this Malaysian huckster stole all this money and basically funded will fall street, and like all these other movies, essentially that was part of his portfolio, which he gave this money. The suffering is like this money can never be returned like wolf of all streets pay like it just pay just citizens like Malaysian people who I actually this is the problem. I I wanna stop understand Understand how how the soda. how this works because it says that they like started this company in Malaysia. And then like golden. Won MVP. I'm DB called one MD. But it looks like it looks like by every time they turn into an acronym. So it's like a government investment fund. I that was supposed to be for like to be used for the people like to improve the Malaysia it was supposed to like by power plants, and like support the infrastructure, and then like then this company that they were working with like bat, dastardly people within the various companies who are investing money into this money from it. And then giving it to each other and then spending that money like sanely on like the most ostentatious things like see-through pianos and the wolf of Wall Street. Well, here's the thing. I think that they this might just be one of those things where these people were like spending the money on themselves, obviously. But they also were investing some of it and thinking that those investments would pay back the fund. It reminds me of like a pyramid scheme where you're kind of like you're taking. Money out to support your lifestyle. But then you're also like, I'm such an investor. I'm gonna surely invest other money and like then on that. I'll put it right back in where where along or whatever like my wolf of Wall Street investment like that's going to be a good one. What other movies? Can I invest in? You know, they invested in. What was the other movie? It was a like the one that's featured here. It's the movie with will Ferrell and. Daddy's home daddy's home, I think or whatever it is the point of the point of this article, and this is a new one this is my favorite version of this. Which is so this guy bought all these things guys bottle these things, right? All these. This is all still technically stolen property this the main guy, and this is his name is Joe lo and now the government's like, okay, we need to go. Get a list of sell it bring the money back. But half of this shit is not even stuff that you can sell or get money from. So it's like, oh, no this yacht. That just sitting here we want to sell it. We got we got like spend money to fix it. And then we have to like move it. And then we have to let so it's just like, they're basically running up against all these walls and trying to get their money back and the funniest part about this. One of the items that they're trying to get back to get the money from is at translucent, see-through grand piano, that was gifted to the model Miranda Kerr. And I mean, I mean, it's a Godley see-through, piano. It looks like made piano. It looks like it's made of lucite. It doesn't fourteen Mr. low bought the clear acrylic grand piano from crystal music company in the Netherlands and Hannah delivered to MS care in Malibu. Peter toll the company's founder declined to discuss the price but said that his custom pieces now cost anywhere from one hundred seventy thousand dollars to upwards of one billion it has been the centerpiece of MS cares home. She's been photographed lounging delayed and Giorgio Armani gown and has been recorded tapping out a signal Basang called the the flea waltz and equal. Like, my grandmother had a grand piano. And so I've got a grand piano..
"miranda" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Tree or go to sleep or learn about. That's all coming up on bull's eye. Let's go. It's bull's eye. Jesse thorn. So I wanna tell you about Johann Miranda who is my first guest on the show. He's young comedian here in Los Angeles. He grew up in San Francisco, and when he first started out, a lot of his material was kind of observational, you know, funny but, but not necessarily with a super distinct voice or or perspective which you know, and that's normal for a new comic. But that changed in November of two thousand sixteen after the presidential election, that's because Johann was born in Peru. When he was three, he and his parents traveled to the US on a tourist visa. And then the BC expired and he and his parents didn't leave Johan and his family started a new life here in the United States. So Johann grew up without a social security number or a driver's license without any piece of paper that said he or his parents could stay. Hey, in the US legally. Then in two thousand sixteen, we elected a president who promised to implement some of these strictest immigration policies in history to repeal the deferred action for childhood arrivals policy under which Johann was protected. Now, you'll haunt faces the very real risk of being moved from the US to a country that he can't remember. That's just part of his everyday reality. So he's been thinking about it and what he thinks about he works into his act, I think, is a little bit about myself. I always. Born in Lima, Peru. Yeah, moved out to California when I was three with my family, it wasn't like an ambitious s baby late. Sierra mama got dreams. We came here on a tourist visa. We came here on vacation. Words, not done sightseeing. Johann has turned that material into a one man show. If you live in LA, you can see him debut at the lyric Hyperion theater in Silverlake. It's called why Johan Miranda should be deported. And if you're thinking is show is, I don't know some kind of damning satirical polemic about the Trump administration. It isn't really it's personal and honest, and Johann is very, very funny. Let's listen. I'm an immigrant with Dacca protection, which ten state attorney generals trying to repeal which if they're successful would mean I would lose my driver's license were permitted. I'll be one deportation. As a minute. Tinder bio right now. Hang around a welcome to bulls eye. It's great to have you on the show. Thanks for having me so ways. How long have you been doing? Stand up comedy since two dozen. Ten. So like eight years now, I think. Did you always talk about your status on stage? No, not really. Your immigration status. I should say I I didn't get back until two thousand twelve which is like, what? What gets me protected class, two thousand ten. I was just straight up on. So. So I got even tell like nurse, like close friends that I grew up with that didn't know..
"miranda" Discussed on Majority 54
"It was just more you know trial how bad that lin manuel miranda he was awesome all right now i'm going to do the thing thank you for tuning in for the season premiere majority fifty four this was only the start of what we have to bring your way the season please make sure that you're subscribed and please leave a comment about the show i personally read every single one and many of your notes have helped us make the show much better and again thanks to win for inspiring all of us and for taking the time to talk about how he's grabbing a nor two point three million of you already follow mr miranda on twitter at lynn underscore manuel but if you don't you should absolutely correct that now now slightly fewer view followed jason at jason candor i wouldn't feel bad about that i mean okay but feel free to follow along to see all the incredible work that he's doing along with the team at let america vote both on twitter on instagram on facebook they share something different on every single platform and you're not gonna wanna miss it and i don't know if you noticed but we've been video document everything the jason is up to and you can catch the behind the scenes video both this interview and other let america vote projects on his channel on youtube call it of log call it candid candor but check it out we calling it candid candor i don't know like we're just trying stuff out throwing against the wall seeing how how you guys like it so but it's no very cool and most importantly please support the prize yo campaign that benefits black pack center for popular democracy latino victory fund and of course let america vote you can find that at presidio dot com it's the big gigantic photo of landman well right on the main page you really really can't miss it it's yo dot com slash hamilton please don't only donate to the.
"miranda" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Miranda yeah as who's accurate like a junkie for it and you just go i just want to watch i want that feeling over and over again when i was growing up in new york million dollar movie which was on channel nine in new york used to show the same movie over and over all all week and the next week it would be a different movie shown over and over and over and one of the movies that they frequently showed for whole week was hunchback of notre dame and so the first time i saw it i thought it was like about a quarterback football movie what have you never let him play we're notre dame where a big university where the fighting irish we can't have a hunchback let him play everybody sorry so i was just i i realized okay so it's not about the quarterback of notre dame the hunchback of notre dame but you know but i'll wa play hunchback and then suddenly the crowning the king of fools and there's all these like you know people trying to look like clowns and suddenly you see the hunchback's face and he's he's so deformed and it was i wasn't prepared for it i was so frightened and i made my family like turn off the television and put on texas rangers tales of texas rangers instead and then i used to like sneak a peek at because it was so scary but thrilling and then i'd watch the home and then i just i realize what a beautiful beautiful were you afraid the first time you saw it you know what my parents were such movie nerds that they kind of told me everything.
"miranda" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Yeah as my guess lin manuel miranda now do you to work together oh may i answer that please how do we work together sure he goes an idaho and soon we are hamann long moon man that's called writing the song then he go and i go and the phone goes down and he does modern modern modern model yesterday romano jerome muttering on her mother mother that's more drunk but our modern on her mother mother doing jerome click sorry charlie so i go and he goes and i go and soon weird cavanaugh away sorry charlie secretary intercom yes with state smith painfully telling the rate of order the car we called the bank we got why is the coast we had sorry charlie mater mutter matter mothers all the stock mater by the rights mother mother mother modern one of which one all miss miss thanks mistakes we tell them to wait lee why are the car we got or to the coast we send of the bank and the telephones blinkers basket so when the rest of muscle keeps on hold and he's in a make him office without cooperation writing swipe play your home with my wife and kids on my wait to hear them moby bids not goblins almost and i'm an imitation right he flies off to a california i discuss him with my shrink that's the story of the way we me and frank twin shepherd inc on surprised at how much i likeness okay that's my guess lin manuel miranda production of the new york city centre encores great american musical series and the production of stevenson hoods merely we roll along a you're so much fun on that and i really think doing hip hop rhymes is great preparation for that lyric.
"miranda" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This week were doing a holiday series featuring some of our favorite interviews of the year today my interview with lin manuel miranda which we first broadcast january third miranda had already left his starring role as alexander hamilton but his hiphop musical about the founding fathers remains a phenomenon a london production opened last week to rave reviews the broadway production one eleven tony's and hamilton won the pulitzer prize for drama marandus first broadway show in the heights was a musical set in a latino neighborhood of new york similar to the one he grew up in in two thousand eight a won the tony for best musical yesterday miranda tweeted that his grandmother quote passed away this christmas morning i may have more words in the days to come but for now my heart is in pieces and that's where it's going to be for a bit unquote we send our condolences and now as planned we'll listen back to our interview okay so um i want to touch you about hamilton an so let's start with my shot and this is at alexander hamilton making his big statement about how you know he's come to america he's gonna make it and he's not giving away his shot you know and first it's going to be in the revolutionary war and then in the new american government so let's hear some of it and then we'll talk so this is lin manuel miranda from the cast recording of hamilton by way.