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Fresh update on "moss" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:39 min | 18 min ago

Fresh update on "moss" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Saw he was drafted second overall in this draft class. Therefore, he's a top 20 year top 30 prospect. Well, he wasn't that was people I think may be reacting to the draft status rather than to the player he actually was, Which is the guy skin sweet, miss a lot. He's a really good defensive catcher who play if he's healthy, hopefully, 15 years in the big leagues is as a catcher, maybe at some point towards the end of that he's more of a backup catcher than everyday guy, but he's going to catch in the big leagues, basically as long as his knees in his back. Were to allow it. You at the plate, he power over him, and he's always been that guy. He may end up a guy who hits 2 32 40 with a 300 on base and power and good defense behind the plate. That's a good player. That's not a superstar. That guy plays every day on 20 something teams in major league baseball but probably doesn't make it all starts. Kari Keith Law breaking it down. Maybe giving you some truth about Joey Bar. Do you agree? Do you disagree your initial thoughts on hearing his comments? My initial thoughts work to immediately go to the base. Reference page copes for Matt leaders because that do keep law sounds like he's breaking down and that leaders 12 years in the major leagues career to 49 hitter. 146 home runs three seasons where he topped 20 homers. He's got two gold gloves, and that to me is a really accomplished catcher. But is it a top five capture isn't a top overall catcher. Is it worth the number two pick in the 2018 0 B draft? Is it worth all the hype that Giants fans have been subjected to Around Julie Part man. I don't know it. It also felt like, you know, Maybe the analysis isn't too far off on Joey Bart right there. That could be a really good career. But like keep, Moss said, Is it worth the number two overall pick? That's what I'm not sure about and we didn't play the Shah. And obviously this is an out of context statement. Not that what he said. He's in true or not that what he said isn't an evaluation. But he did say, You know, he may make an adjustment. Guys come up and get a little bit of a look at the big league level. When maybe pictures, get a book on a guy and figure I can jam him in. I could Throw it up on the top rail, and he's gonna have a tough time getting the bat around. And that's what he's saying is just in general. This is gonna be a strikeout type player, but to your point carry I have a tough time with baseball. Evaluating the value of a pic right, like Matt Duffy ended up being a valuable asset. And he was a guy who had no power of the minor league level and no power in college and sort of came out of nowhere. Sergio Ramos, a big League pitcher, and was not some top graphic, right. So I wonder, but number two. I sort of feel like that that you can't swing and miscues. It happens all the time, but I would like my number two overall pick to be an all star. Yeah, no question. My mind and would really hurt.

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Shailene Woodley Confirms Engagement With Aaron Rodgers

Daily Pop

03:12 min | 3 d ago

Shailene Woodley Confirms Engagement With Aaron Rodgers

"Shaly. Woodley has confirmed her engagement to aaron rodgers. Let's just say she's not exactly the man of her dreams. It's kind of funny. Here's what she told. Jimmy fallon yes. We are engaged. We are engaged for us. It's not new news. You know so. It's kind of funny. Everybody right now is freaking out over it. And we're like we've been engaged for awhile. He's office a wonderful incredible human being. But i never thought i'd be engaged. Somebody who threw balls rarely when i grow up. I'm gonna marry someone who who throws balls okay cheese. That was a very first interview about the engagement. I i will take some balls thrown up. I'll take all that catching the balls. All those all probably thinks it's that she doesn't know much about football that she's not really into sports. Maybe he's sick of being gushed about all the time i don't know but it's kind of funny. How she like. She says she's never seen the game. She's never watched him. She's everyone watched football. She knows everybody keeps telling her apparently to watch youtube highlights how great he is and she's just like nah part of his life right. Sometimes it's better. I was dating a rapper at one time. Which is name but he was pretty big rapper. But i wasn't interested. Because i wasn't i didn't understand. I didn't know his music. I didn't understand. And i didn't even know you know what level he was at and all my friends were like you. Gotta listen listen to the music but you you have to get into your partners thing just to be able to experience first of all. Y'all i love that you guys are like. Oh she's engages is fine. she's a football player. The only thing i could have seen in the interview is how upset she lean was that he did say that they were engaged. Like show was trying to keep it on the hush for mill. Because she was a we're engaged like he honestly and we always talk about it. The tables turn how men try to hide being in a relationship with women. But i feel like prochet. She is like one of those private celebrities. Who doesn't want to be in the spotlight. And who doesn't want. Yes because the danika or he hasn't been you know away from his other girlfriend. That rodney timelines timelines at the time. So as far as we understand they confirmed danika and erin confirmed their break-up in july twenty twenty seven months ago but she leans like we've been engaged for a while so she says so. Mike did they engage after a month. The data thought t's though oh don't do that about shayla little question of putting the way she leads says it as far as like. I don't know why it's such a big deal with engaged for so long and almost seems like they've been together for year exactly exactly. My problem is and i'm sorry she leaned. I really wanna be down for this engagement. There's something about him and he only dates famous women. That scares me a little bit.

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Fresh update on "moss" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "moss" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Following Covitz safety guidelines. President Biden touring a vaccine side in Houston, and says another surge of virus cases could be on the way over 19 vaccinations are up. Over 19 cases and hospitalizations are down, but I need to be honest with you cases and hospice hospitalizations could go back up with move as new variants emerge. It's a busy nights Friday nights on Capitol Hill. Apparently Lake into Saturday morning on the Kathy capital. The House is debating right now ahead of a vote on Biden's nearly $2 trillion covert relief package. We're hearing from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who says Democrats have scheduled a vote at 2 A.m. to be chilled peace. Mitchell Miller has more on Capitol Hill, Georgia Democrat Lucy McBath says the president's plan can accelerate distribution of the vaccine, and it's a bill that provides vital economic relief. American families who need our support. The legislation includes $1400 checks for Americans earning under $75,000 and would boost weekly federal unemployment benefits to $400. But the House's top Republican Kevin McCarthy, says it also includes billions of dollars in Democrats priorities that won't directly address the pandemic. 95% of the funding in this bill isn't even scheduled to be spent for another year, creating more uncertainty for families on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P New 9 34. So once that Johnson and Johnson vaccine is approved, we expect that this weekend. What can you expect if you get it side effects right after receiving the vaccine, somewhat less with the J and J Vaccine and the fight from Adana vaccines Bill Moss of the Johns Hopkins International Vaccine Access Center, unhappy people reported sourness at the site of injection. Maybe about 39% headache, 39% fatigue and about a third muscle aches. If those develop, experts say taking over the counter meds such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen is okay. Kristi King. W T o P News. The U. S intelligence brief on the murder of Jamal Kashiwagi reports. The Saudi Crown prince approved the gruesome killing of the Washington Post. Journalist and 2018 assessment says the leader in waiting of a foreign country authorized the killing of an individual and in him. Oh ye of an American company and the legal resident of the U. S. And that that's brazen and its ruthless, you know, And according to the folks that I've spoken to in the State Department and in the intelligence community there, saying, this is something the U S government says, can't stand. It's a B T o P national security correspondent J. J Green. The release of that report on cash. Yogi's murder has put the White House in a sensitive position. The Biden administration aims to walk a careful line, formally accusing the crown prince of being behind the brutal killing. Continuing to stand by the Saudi kingdom is a longtime ally, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Air Force One. Of course we want to.

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Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Were Spotted Holding Hands After Their Messy Breakup

Daily Pop

03:22 min | Last week

Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Were Spotted Holding Hands After Their Messy Breakup

"Let's talk claire and dell. They split just a few weeks ago. And the break-up was messy now there have been sightings. I've been hanging out in florida. Do we really think these two could get back together. Yes absolutely you. I have friends that. Go back and forth to their excess. I've done it. I think we've all unless you're a person who's like that's it. I cut him off. Got some friends who cut their and they do not go back no matter what but this couple seems like toxic. I mean what do you really think you really feel about daily. I always tell people don't decisions about your relationship when you're hungry when you're tired win in a pandemic because you will start to second guess where the you really feel their way or if it's the pandemic that's causing you to think that way. I think that we probably got the clare in dallas situation. Ron i think the two had split up probably before he went to new york and probably before he was spotted with that girl. I don't think there was any fidelity. Did her dirty publicly. he basically broke up with her on the internet. It's like the now twenty twenty one of breaking someone on a post it note like visitors not okay and she found out when we found out that that's will remember. I'm going to believe claire. Because she's a she's my age and we are mature and in control of our relationship narrative. That is exactly what happened. She wasn't happy about it but clearly it wasn't enough to turn her off of the relationship because here she is again. I just wanna order. Friends are saying. That's what a shot because if you call them go back your friends don't wanna hear about it. You talk and talk and what he did to me and the next thing you know i cut people off if you have a toxic relationship and i have been through it for cycle one. Two three and seven at eight. I have to draw boundaries. Because then you're talk. Society is coming into my leg with your girlfriend but let's put ourselves in their predicament. We're talking about a man who went on a show met. A woman got engaged after three or four weeks have known each other and then went into lockdown with that person. I don't care who you are whether you were together for a year years or five years before you got engaged. Somebody's gonna get cold feet at some point during that time go on a cruise ship with somebody who just see what happens more people that break up after going on cruises to gather you're locked up and you're like you know i got to know that person way too. Well yes. I think it's the opposite. I feel like corentin. Yes i think it can either break you up and you're done because it pushes fast forward on the relationship right so you're in quarantine. I hate this person or if you haven't had a lot of time together which they did not corentin could have been the best thing for their relationship because now they get to spend all all of this if they were right for each other. I don't think these two long term right for each other. But i think that quarantines should have been the best for

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Support grows for inquiry into Capitol riot in Washington, DC after Trump acquittal

Money Matters with Wes Moss

00:43 sec | Last week

Support grows for inquiry into Capitol riot in Washington, DC after Trump acquittal

"Reaction this Sunday morning to former President Trump's acquittal in the Senate. The vote 57 to 43 Here's CBS News correspondent Tom Foti after the second impeachment acquittal of Donald Trump President Biden says he's thinking about all those who lost their lives. All those whose lives were threatened and all those who are still today living with terror. They lived through that day, the day of the deadly pro trump riot at the U. S Capitol, and President Biden is praising the seven Republicans. Who joined Democrats in voting to convict They are Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, Ben Sasse Pack to me, Richard Burr and Bill Cassidy President Trump issuing a written statement, saying his movement has only just

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What to Do About a Shady Backyard Where Grass Won't Grow

Your Gardening Questions

04:54 min | 2 weeks ago

What to Do About a Shady Backyard Where Grass Won't Grow

"We also had a question. This week from sarah and she sent us some pictures to which is very helpful. Says fred my backyard is seventy five percent dirt. Grass is gone. What can be done now as we talked about pictures here fred. It looks like she has some very large trees or some larger trees and some large shrubs that may be giving quite a bit of shade in that area. Okay well that gives me a big clue especially if you can tell by the pictures. In terms of the size of the trees trees compete in two ways as shrubs and other things but at the same time Lawns are meant for open. Clear sunny skies for all intensive purposes. Now there are variations that theme but large trees shade grass so it cannot manufacturers much food they cause the atmosphere under themselves so to speak or or under the tree they cause little higher humidity for the most part grasp doesn't dry as early in the morning therefore subject more diseases of the leaf and so on and then they compete drastically compete with grass roots under under the tree Now having said that it's not impossible to go along. And i think she just flat out going to have to start over the first thing to do at where we can't see it for sure but if she can or if an arborist should be doing you can raise up with the head of the tree you can cause the limbs to be a little higher above the ground You can send the tree out and literally soon it out. Take some branches in appropriate places. Let more light down through the tree. Let more breeze blow through the trees dry grass encouraging better growth in the grass and so on it is however still very difficult in many cases under trees to grow on I have indeed on many an occasion where people prize the tree or they prizes position shading their patio evening etcetera etcetera where. We don't wanna hurt the tree at all. We will simply take out the grass. The remnants of the grass or just very lightly work the top two inches in terms of maybe some more organic material. some peat moss and so create a bed in which we're going to fly ground cover. They didn't matter of selecting the ground. Cover i'm gonna say such as myrtle pakistan eighty There are many many things that can be used but it comes time where you either manage the trees and check it the following year or two if the grass is growing better you you leave well enough alone. But as soon as those trees get a heavy hit on them again and continue to compete underneath. They're going to kill the law. That's just all there is to it for the most part. You just don't see lawns well. Lawn light grasses in the middle of wood so at that point you go with mother nature and created ground cover bed. It's well or what. I consider a total disaster would-be to take out the trees. That's that's not my first recommendation ever Rather work with them and on several occasions Without hurting the tree by covering the routes very much we have built up just slightly to get above the tree roots. Now one one of the infamous trees for lawn damage is norway. Maple they they just don't like grass. I swear it's written in their genealogy but They're they're so dense headed rooted and so on I've never allowed for more than two and a half inches of really good up soil being over the top of those roots. Because we didn't want to run a rotor tiller down through the roots and causes damage to the tree roots. So we build up just slightly In most cases now in one case the lawn slope the good bit where we add it only one inch. I'm going to say on the high side. And we put a little wall and put twelve inches of soil over the roots downhill side however Where the roots normally cover the entire area of the top of the tree. We kept the wall in under the edge of the tree. So that the roots that were exceeding the width of the crown could would not be damaged by extra soil. And it's been quite successful. That was done. Twenty twenty a couple of years ago and i've driven by their time or two cents and the bed is still doing quite well. they have gone on out toward the west side down side. All's well and they don't they don't about ruined their shoulders with the bumpy more and they don't ruin the trees roots and the grass is gone not to be worried about.

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Frailty Is A Thing?

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Frailty Is A Thing?

"I am excited today to introduced to you dr mucci. She has the coolest instagram page. That you're ever gonna wanna watch so her pages linked in the show notes and we are going to discuss. Frailty today which. Until i ran into her. I didn't even know an actual medical thing. So thank you for joining me. Have i so i just thought frailty meant you know i have a very good definition of frailty. I just thought it meant that you started losing the ability to move freely. And then you've told me that there's actual stages and it's a medical thing so why don't you start by telling everybody what frailty actually is to a medical doctor a right. Thank you very much for the kind introduction jets and so frankly is very commonly used announced a families look after all people and they just say oh mommy's a bit freia and she's slowed down a little bit out. Of course they chum failty in medical world as means completely different thing and their definition official definition knees highly if they reduce physiological reserves allocco physiological reserves. This means and why is it important to understand while this happens. As a result of amalgamation wolf three major factors as a result of aging process amalgamated with age related diseases we accumulate over the life span as less side effects of medications. Let me give you an example. What this means. So recent example for my clinical practice beatrice is ninety two year old lady. She's quite fit. Well lead independently. She before the lockdown. Actually it was running classes in a swimming pool oval senior citizens so very engaged with her community and leaving a beautiful life with quote a good quality of life however decreases ninety two and in the lost two three years. Should he'd have a few medical problems into stroke clinic with couple of meanest strobes diagnoses on. Jain ah should also has a little bit okay. High blood pressure. Some kidney disease muggle problems. None of them are actually bad enough to impact on. Have day to day functioning. She takes madison's will. These conditions is on block thin as full day mini strokes or cholesterol tablets. So she's functioning will and then one day should develops really a bad kid named action or you're north talked infection and it was bad enough for her to be a stylized in hospital and what happened. She became very confused. Deal various and rather than spending just two three days in hospital For intravenous antibiotics shea had two weeks admission in hospital because have confusion was resolving and of course what happens told their doubts if they spend a lot of time in in bed completely condition muscles wasted away by them. Homeless admission is keen swimmer. Could not stand to go into a rehabilitation facility and it was good two months before she actually returned home and she was not back to normal cell sure required carrozza assistance required Family to help. And that's what frailities. It's their amalgamation. She did not know that. Race frail have family did not understand why mom sophie to while swimming the day before teaching her class next day hunterston agen and actually swearing which Merited before in. How confused state why this will happen into. It was very traumatic for the families. And that's what i said. I explained frame because of course as a result of a previous mini strokes should have reduced brain reserves and urinary infection. Eat infection there are toxins in the body which up poisoning the brain. Now in you. And i we might not have a major program but had strokes if so bring presents lou and should develop a confusion shays ninety two age related changes to the boogie moss and muscles. Do you know on net. After the age of fifty we use about one to two percent muscle mass every year. So just imagine when you come to ninety two remember. She's actually switch. It wasn't bad But you can't go against the nature so there you go mini strokes causing reduced brain reserves. Shays ninety two year old with reduction in her muscle mass spending two weeks hostile bat eligible kidney problem on the background and of course urinary tract infection led to deterioration that and have completed different individual at the

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Tesla buys Bitcoin: Elon Musk's plunge into BTC

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Tesla buys Bitcoin: Elon Musk's plunge into BTC

"I twenty four hours we've had since loss on. Look the biggest thing really to speak has been the involvement of tesla in tribe. Of course been talking tweeting. A i guess talking and tweeting Quite a bit about the Dosage pretty much about dodge With hashtag bitcoin as his twitter description. Of what you want to call it now. I'm market is currently sitting just shy of one point four trillion dollars. This is huge. It's huge for all of us. All of us that have been around for a wall. He's in for those of you. That are relatively new to this by. It's huge for you as well. This is the reason why she age. You've got it's six one white half a dozen the other whether he's the wealthiest man in the world next to jeff basil's. I couldn't give to hurts about that. The fact is you've got a rebel entrepreneur who is willing to put himself on the law. He sold pipe off. I think he's a hundred ten million and what he did was invested in the tesla and spice x and barred money inside on couches. Now this is sort of man that is not in anything for the money. This is a man who has a drive. he has a purpose. And after that i he is. He's kind of just want say something. You've never seen before. But certainly the level of entrepreneurship. I haven't seen before in my been rating books and being involved with a lot sorts of stuff. Since i was about fifteen years old when i read zig ziglar top was offered to me by my very first mental. And it's it's quite. It's quite an extraordinary thing as far as long consent to how somebody who is so different and so different. I guess it's not just about money. The guy puts it all on the line. He he he i mean. He smoked a joint. With joe rogan. I mean the guy. He's a rug. He's is mac villian. He does what he wants. He is the person the creek di really represents. All sorry hayes to his now become the person that he's a spokesperson he is. know bang. And it wasn't just because he bought does all. He talked diet and put hashtag bitcoin. It was because now. The tesla i look. Let's be honest about this Point five billion dollars of bitcoin. That's the mall when it comes to capital but if you dig a little bit deeper and you start rain in between the law ends of how long he's been talking about cryptocurrency and how he's involved with non himself i assure you i'm sure he's involved wrestling. But with tesla sought on one unravel that a little bit now show Some studies going to accept bitcoin. And if you can see what lamborghini days when you know in two thousand and seventeen where land beginning saw accept. Bitcoin is pilot for the motor vehicles. That mccain win lamb by you know. There's always named saddam about lamborghinis. Lamborghini didn't back bitcoin that he's accepted. You're going on mosque now. Who has not accepted it. But he hasn't accepted yet but he's backed it by going into now. There will be a time. I am fairly sure of where any touchstone believe. I haven't read everything about it. I caught the busy day where they'll accept bitcoin and at time you gotta think about. What is the community. Give the community gives back to those at help the community gripe and i think it's an absolute bloody moss strike because as this new you know parade on the finance and whatnot comes around. I forget the taxi high tells them what not hide airbnb only different places the So try to fought against Progressional spurs part of this put. The banks don't like bitcoin and it's because the bank's can saving obviously threat to to their empire. You're gonna moscow's out there doing his thing and there's a lot a big millionaires billionaires that have been created three bitcoin cryptocurrency if he's going to accept bitcoin as a method of pilot. Then i think it's an absolute buddy. Moss destroyed for him to put one point five billion in to tuzla in in bitcoin. I'm and maybe he'll go more possible trends. I'm sure he certainly thinking about on the dan if he's not but that one point five billion he's already put in would probably you know what he'll pick up if he accepts. Bitcoin will be far more than one. Point five billion dollars in sales now whether you look at him as the master of you know the universal massive pot of cryptocurrency. Now it's just a smart

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Biden gets emotional while discussing son Hunter's book

Money Matters with Wes Moss

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden gets emotional while discussing son Hunter's book

"Recorded The president's sitting down with CBS News, and Joe Biden is talking about his son, Hunter and his problems with drug addiction. But there's not a family. You know that doesn't have somebody in the family had a drug problem or an alcohol problem. It gave me hope. Reading it. I mean, it was like My boys back. You know what it means? Anyway, I have. I'm sorry to get so personal hunter out with a new book of the

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Dissecting the Rise, Fall and Future of Topshop

The Business of Fashion Podcast

09:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Dissecting the Rise, Fall and Future of Topshop

"What do you think talk shop representative young costumers here in the uk because this was prior to the international expansion. And all of that. But i remember coming to london during that time and it was. It was a destination you know it was a place that people all around the world had heard because it had become kind of representative of that kind of cool brittannia moment and all of the stuff that was happening in the uk at the time. What did young customers feel about the talk shop brand. After after this all of this new activity. I think they felt that it was as unite bill. A kind of a real ownership of it on a at this hour as we great because with because we've sort of created together but like you know it was something let's talk if that makes any sense as a so that brings me to the question. That's on so many people's minds this week as we hear the news of top shop being acquired by a sauce you. Where did things begin to go wrong for top shop in. What was the tipping point where top shop began to lose. Its way well. I think it's a very difficult question to answer. In some ways. I mean young. Fashion is roussel. you have to be constantly reinventing yourself to make sure that you'll always relevant to your customer base. I felt well. You know bennett grain had taken over a two thousand. I had been very clear as soon as he joined the business. I didn't want him today any conflict. Because he wasn't china he was. You know an acid struck him more than anything else. He bought as an insult them again. I had a lot of conversations when he was not a retailer. In the way that i saw a return should be said was sort of capture the margins in the business but then pejorative that time. He then broke kate. Moss and hats off to him. She was a great choice at the time we hadn't wrote any celebrities weeks outlets limiting wasn't really talk shop. It was all about design evoke nelson. I knew that she would be incredibly with the with the talk shop customer base but also knew that it would it allowed to get into top shop if he lied to enter into an stop being apart top shop and i knew that i couldn't work with him. I could. I could do this with my team because we were all incredibly passionate because we understood it. I could not with him. Why not because we just had temporarily different views about everything is was that you basically that the buying decision was that you bought something as cheap as you could possibly buy. A new sold differs much. As you'd be get foreign mike. Philosophy was that you would make sure that you designed on bought something. That was so amazing that no one will be able to resist. It said we will philosophically. We had a very different view. The business so assigned that he took over he i think he felt that he knew young fashion that he could cross the business. And i'm sorry but you know he's he's. He's a middle-aged mom who doesn't have very much retail general certainly didn't ever about young fashion on. I think from that moment on probably He started to make decisions about cultural. Besotted run it in a way. That's a Realize that that a business needs to be constantly. Reinvented that you need. Passion within the union huge passion from everyone involved and if those people are not as passionate Do i really have to do this. then i think it's i think he is very quickly. My feeling was that before he kinda came into it. It was like we were a room full of people together. All of us creating together something. We were terribly proud of. I'm so it was amazing but we were doing it together. I think he his his view much was was a top down management. I'll tell you to do that. You'll do it. And i think that's not just a very very different thing. You know if someone says to me you've got you do that. Yeah i'll do it. But maybe i'll do it but i wanted to very well whereas if i feel on upon something creating something that i will give it everything and i think that's what it needs and needs everything. Is that ultimately why you decided to leave that. You could bring your everything you know what what happened to precipitate your departure. Well just just. Purely the fact that i knew that he he had an end that he would now become involved in social and a half million. Just didn't want to work for that. You know. I didn't have to work for him. You know and also. Let's not forget. I was by that time in my early. Booties and i kind of thought you know what this is. This is young high russians. I am no longer opposed. I kind of grown answer bit. I could do something else better. And i could give everything to another to another type of business. Oppose the other thing that was happening of course during the rise of top jump was also the rise of other big fast fashion houses whether that be zara or you know h inam the other new giant global companies looking back now the companies. That took that as fast approach to fashion are now really being in the the really the kind of the focus of fashion's Climate crisis challenge. You know the all of the training that we've given to customers to buy things cheap by things often and then dispose of garments. How do you see that whole fast. Fashion sector now. Top shop included with the addition of players like a sauce and boohoo. People calling them. Ultra fast fashion. It seems to me that it's this part of the fashion industry. That's most problematic as we think about this. Ten years left before we can get these carbon emissions under control industry that contributes ten percent of global carbon emissions. What's what's your take on that. Now while i you know a lot of people that have accused me of having been one of the False fashion and then sort of turned around and said a watch. Now it's it's not the right thing to do. But i. I never set to to create disposable passion. I says create something that was accessible to you. Know the great things are accessible to a lot of people and it's been on a journey myself in over the last sort of. I guess ten years. When i began to start feeling that this was moving in that. This was wrong that you know that we were that the fashion had lost its value. If you like that would just literally buying things in throwing them away wearing wants to moving because it was so cheesy do that i began to feel seriously compromised by that and began to build that i that i should leave the business and five because i couldn't i couldn't Begging apartment of such an incredibly damaging industry which which we now know that it is and to buffet and we didn't really know not Templeton fifteen years or so prior to that we did pass. We didn't know what we didn't think about it. And i think. I think it's it's very difficult and i always seems to me is certainly in young false fashion that the the they the customer base it is soon of splitting and that you have only sort of what the numbers but but it feels like this little v fifty percents Who recognized that. Passion is a real problem and have moved to depop hamilton. To buy vintage charter shots. Recycling up cycling read cetera. And and yet. I'm still two percent who are still buried addicted to is seriously mean. That addicted took Having things immediately. I think it's very hard to say those people. You can't have that. I think what you have to do is offer some sort of bad but alternative is as exciting or is as as tempting or whatever the sort of the yes away from from from. What is that doing. Because i agree with you. I mean it almost feels like we're coming to an end. Endpoint what. I do take what i am. Encouraged by is the fact that if you nonsense question about ten years ago i would have said that. Eighty percent people was with selected fashion. Maybe ten fifteen twenty percent. We're actually starting to realize that there was a different pop that could travel

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Idaho man wins lottery for the sixth time

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Idaho man wins lottery for the sixth time

"But winning the lottery wants just just wasn't enough for an Idaho man knew he had to hit the jackpot six times. Yes, he did. Correspondent Lisa McCain Talk about Good luck. Brian Moss, just 1 $250,000 on an Idaho lottery scratch off ticket. The Meridian Nutrition store owner says he routinely plays the lottery to support local schools. His latest winning is his large Just to date, Moss says he plans to use it for his daughter's education, says his luck only seems to work for him. Though he's try playing the lottery for other people, nothing never worked. Lost his win. Coming less than two weeks after an unidentified person in Maryland 1 731 million in that Powerball jackpot days later, a single person in Michigan $11 billion in mega millions. Wow!

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3 men charged in Chicago carjackings, police say

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

3 men charged in Chicago carjackings, police say

"Carjackings continue to rise across Chicago Police announced three more arrests. Chicago police say they arrested 19 year old Justin Jones and 24 Year old Jasper Price of Chicago Sunday when they found the men in a vehicle that had been carjacked four days earlier in the 7400 block of Lu Ella. They say the men tried to flee during a traffic stop, but were apprehended by officers both face of felony counts of vehicular hijacking with a firearm. Police also arrested 20 year old Michael Moss of shit. Cargo on Sonny in connection with an armed, vehicular hijacking that happened minutes earlier in the 5000 Block of South Union. Bryan Burrough, WGN News

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Interest continues to grow in inaugural poet Amanda Gorman

What A Day

01:58 min | Last month

Interest continues to grow in inaugural poet Amanda Gorman

"It's thursday wad squad and today we're celebrating an overnight success the poet. Amanda gorman who stole the show at the inauguration last week was just announced as a performer at the super bowl fifty five pre show in february not the halftime show. So doesn't have to come up with some songs really quickly. But you'll be reading original poem before the game which will be in tampa florida gorman also signed with i m g models this week which represents people like kate moss and chrissy teigen so giddy. I just wanna make an observation here. I feel like we didn't have breakout. Celebrities like this under trump. But can you think of any. We didn't have breakout celebrities like this but we certainly have. We certainly had some breakout celebrities. One guy mike lindell of my pillow. Dan bongino facebook and whatever else he does. There were there were there. Were some i don. They weren't of the. How shall we say caliber magic orbit. But i think that there there. There definitely were New celebs as it were that we had to contend with. Perhaps i think that's right. I think that there's like you know people who popped up for a variety of different reasons but not necessarily because we were all like yes. This is good and they are like the situations even when there were good people. I feel like the situations around them. We're not necessarily the best so it's just yeah all right. I guess. I'll take dan bongino as an answer guy who i. I'm assuming he has a podcast because he's angry white man. I feel like that. I can top hobbies for that type correct correct. Yeah i think he does and to me. The real gauge of amanda success is going to be when she beats his facebook post like when she starts when we look at those weekly facebook posts. And it's not all dan one through ten then. We'll know that she's i'm aged terribly. It is now much much older cares baseball.

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Dale Moss speaks out on Clare Crawley breakup

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:28 min | Last month

Dale Moss speaks out on Clare Crawley breakup

"This story never ends. So dale moss is now addressing. The split from clare crawley. So he's opened up about the split on social media saying basically that he's been criticized for smiling on social media but we don't know how much he's really hurt and the burden of all this and being happy as the furthest thing from his mind right now so. He shared this on his instagram stories. The also thanked his fans for supporting him during the up. Saying this time sucks but god and family and friends have literally got him through the last two weeks. He went on to say that he still loves claire and he respects her but claire remember said she had no idea he was putting in a statement and announcement in fact when he confirmed that they had split. He said it was a mutual statement. Class at that's news to me. She didn't know he's got to be very careful here. It feels to me as dale is more concerned about his fanbase about his so-called fans that he's only had for a couple of months. Let's remember and so. I think he's priorities are a little bit nest. If he's not careful if he's not very careful he's going to go from being a guy. We all loved to the most hated guy in america. Dale i know you wanna be famous. No you want to be a tv host. I know you wanna be a model. all of. that's good. I'm not putting that down. But if you blow this up you'll can have none of those opportunities instead of focusing on your twitter followers. Focus on claire. Call her figured. This is and you might. You might still not be together in fact. I don't think you will think you to over how you get out of a relationship is as important as how you get in it and he got an seemingly a beautiful way. Try and leave the same way dale dale. Honestly i've done. I've worked with celebrities. I've been gossip columnist now for a very very long time. If you blow this this is the most important moment of your life. Not just in the ocean lay but also professionally. I honestly playing with fire. My friends stop posting these videos and also to we talked about it on this show. You still under contract with abc. You signed you're a your confidentiality clause. But he's not popping up on tv. Shows i wonder if social media is covered in the contract. I'm gonna hit the phones today and find out. You're you're in a very gray area. My friend not only. Have you lost claire. You might get sued so calm down. Calm calmed island.

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Fixing The Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Won't Be Easy

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | Last month

Fixing The Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Won't Be Easy

"When it comes to the fight against the coronavirus here. There are new concerns about hospital capacity as well as the slow rollout of vaccines. The month of January is tracking to be the deadliest month of the pandemic in the U. S. And locally. Hospital beds are problem. Frank Garibaldi, medical director of the Johns Hopkins Biocontainment Unit. We continue the unfortunately see here in Maryland record highs or near record highs of the number of patients who are hospitalized on a daily basis with coronavirus during a Johns Hopkins briefing, Bill Moss, executive director of the international Vaccine Access and Says vaccine rollout is slow. We still have enormous delivery challenges. And what the Biden plan lays out is really simplifying the allocation and distribution process. No state has vaccinated more than 2% of its population. So far. Valerie bonked w T o p News

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The Bachelorette Breakup Is Getting Incredibly Messy

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:06 min | Last month

The Bachelorette Breakup Is Getting Incredibly Messy

"The bachelorette is trying to shut up into shutdown island dale moss said the bachelorette winner dale. Moss has been accused of cheating on clare crawley lou. Now he wants to tell his side of the story however he's been muzzled by the producers of the show was. Let me explain everybody. That goes on that show whether they win or not. They all sign a contract. It's very tough contract. And in the contract they cannot do press without permission for one year after the final episode air so their season. The final rose the final episode. The car do press until one year later. Dale still under contract and he wants to get his side of the story out butts if he does he could be sued. Neither new season of the bachelor starring. Handsome matt james. He's on right now. Produces want us to focus on that that love story not the disaster that dale and claire have become.

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‘Celebrating America’: Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters Rock Inauguration Concert

Daily Pop

02:36 min | Last month

‘Celebrating America’: Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters Rock Inauguration Concert

"Yesterday was historic and we are still on a high from the satement. So here are a few of our favorite moments from inauguration day don let winston katy perry was the last one. Listen who is your favorite performance of the night. Just let katy perry connoisseur to got all the fireworks and the glitz and glamour. So i am one of those people who like a show stopping moment. And i feel like for me. That was pretty amazing but to c. J. lo singing next to the first female vice president of color women of color in a department head situation. There's a music in my ear into women. Singing here is one of the most things i've ever seen in my life. I it was all really good. I have to say i really felt like the reformers i thought demi levato did a really really good job. I was really pleased to see her performance. Justin timberlake i mean no matter what happens that man is just attractive and talented right like he always does a good job and obviously lady gaga. You guys the voice on that woman. It's really not a joke. It's like she. is that talented. I just really enjoyed the whole celebration. America and the day was so fantastic. But i was just like. I don't know. I was like on cloud nine says in this happy mood and even if it was just for a night i just i love the positivity love the feeling the energy and i do feel like there's a lot of pressure on President bided and vice president harris to really try to bring this country together. But you know what. It's a good star. I just love the feeling words of the music. I love that. All the songs and florida georgia line saying with tim mcgraw and the whole unified song. And it's just you know. I really hope that. I really hope this is the start to a more unified country because we definitely need that for sure.

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Mega COVID-19 Vaccination Site Now Open in Dallas' Fair Park

Chris Salcedo

00:37 sec | Last month

Mega COVID-19 Vaccination Site Now Open in Dallas' Fair Park

"Is ramping up its ability to provide the vaccination to the public. The vaccination mega center at Fair Park is open to eligible residents who registered for an appointment online. David Moss, Meyer says he's grateful for the opportunity. To get his shot. All the setup is fantastic Now. Of course, I would say that I'm first in line, You know, now, do you see other people waiting out there, but it looks very well organized, and I know there's a lot of people that want to get this vaccine. The county expects most of the residents to receive their shots first will be 75 older. In addition to the Arlington E Sports Stadium. Location and Hearst is opening today in Tarrant County. The

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Photographer Richard Mosse on blurring the lines between art

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:23 min | Last month

Photographer Richard Mosse on blurring the lines between art

"Now richard. Moss's photographic practice has resulted in some of the most arresting images of recent years as a conceptual documentary photographer. He draws on a range of esoteric photographic media to catch a so much more than meets the eye. Monaco's much. Larry spoke to richard to find out more about his unique and emotive work to those nine. I went to iraq. And i made a series of images essentially architectural project photographic project documenting the us forces who were based in the saddam hussein's palace architecture and saddam. Hussein had about eighty four palaces. All around iraq may which he never even visited when the us military arrived. They were so strategically well located for obvious. Reasons and very defensively built. They made pretty straight forward operating bases so they were occupied by the us military which i found fascinating just the layers of power and expression of that architecturally from the sort of provisional corporate office partitions and cubicles that the. Us army would hastily set up within the very pompous and often poorly built authoritarian architecture of saddam hussein which had a very specific style with some very strange eccentric ornamental features. Such as giant teapots and. Yeah it was very incongruous staff. And i brought eight by ten inch camera there and it'd be like that project and after that i realized frustrated with the medium documentaries over here. It's really so conservative as a language so reductive often. You're just an illustrator for writers texts if you're doing it at oriel which primarily. We're documenta over. Do i wanted to break it apart. Actually i wanted to somehow really smashes just for myself. It was a very personal desire to essentially as an expression of the frustration of with my own practice. I was at that time. Kodak was on its path to bankruptcy was announced had announced the discontinuation of this infrared film. Kodak erico two thousand ten. I think says nine around the time and so i thought well this is a wonderful way to unpack a documentary subject. I don't know what may be quite yet. But i gathered as much as i could off ebay and wherever it was being made extinct and i sort of worked backwards from the medium which i always tend to do actually to find to find effective subject or subjects that could be more adequately conveyed to be elevated through the medium through this particular medium and reading was a starting point for me over. The last ten years i've been working with spurred you call them infra-red film technology's very interested in the unseen registry invisible light forms as the way often metaphorically telling very complex documentary narratives more powerful way and to refresh very saturated subject matter for example the refugee crisis unfolding across europe the middle east north africa. Everybody photographer was out there taking pictures. And they all tend to look rather similar. And i really was. After a certain point the imagery just became inherently less compelling and less powerful as language. So i wanted to refresh my own way and i found this bizarre military grade thermographic camera that can image human body heat from thirty kilometres distance. Day or nice. It's classes weapon designed for battlefield situational awareness long-range insurgents detection tracking and targeting. So it was actually part of a weapon. System very sort of activated medium to think through the representation of the refugee crisis and also almost an aggravated one. Really confront the viewer. On some level with their own complicity. I believe and that was my intention to really make people feel that. And i think as an orange has that's one of the only things you can do is to make people feel something so i was working through metaphor aesthetics in this work but with that work with my project incoming its title and it was using this weapons technologies long range border enforcement technology. Thermographic heat-detection camera. I realized i was also operating in certain moments on another level beyond the metaphorical and beyond the aesthetic. And that was the the forensic after understand. The camera sees index heat register. You can calibrate for about forty degrees and anything. That's relatively cooler or relatively warmer within. That given frame is depicted in black or white depending on how you set the the recording set the image. And so something that's black. Could be everything that's warms. The human body would be depicted in black and everything cold surrounding him. Buddy will be waste for example or if you sell it. The other way white hart. It's the opposite. And i was filming this tragic event i've ever witnessed probably ever will. Hopefully it was one of the biggest human trafficking disasters on the gnc and human memory of three hundred people or more were on a on a fishing trawler was had paid to be on that boat from turkey to lead boss and human traffickers just packed that boat too many people who zone designed for perhaps twenty or thirty people so the top deck of the boat collapsed and doing panic entire hull ripped apart and we were able to capture all this from about seven kilometers away with camera designed exactly for this kind of thing and then when the bodies were brought to shore to the harbour of malvo's something store happy it was after dark at this point literally out on the cold stone pier they were lined up on thermal. Br red cross workers volunteers local doctors. Anyone who could could help out. Were were frantically trying to revive these hypothermic victim. Some whom passed out or semi drowned or some had had remain conscious. But we're literally freezing to death. And so they were literally what they were doing. Rubbing life-giving warmth from their hands into the flesh coddled flesh of the these hypothermic victims in front of us on the pier. Desperately trying to sort of transmit life-giving heat back back into them. Now a normal camera of course after dark wouldn't wouldn't be abc's very much let alone. Would it be able to see the trace of that of that transmission of warmth which the thermal camera was able to do incredibly effective articulation of exactly the crux of of the emergency unfolding around us. It was a of very powerful test. Testimonial footage of the the effort survive these people on the scale of a trauma around us. That was richard moss and do head over to our website to the full version of that interview.

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Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

Native America Calling

03:57 min | Last month

Washington State sues government, push for COVID vaccine uptake, and indigenous rights activist dies

"The national native news on tonia gonzales washington state attorney general bob ferguson announced. The state is suing the federal government to stop. Its plans to sell the national archives building in seattle the government which ship off digitize records to archive centers out of state as steve jackson reports. Tribal nations are among those that. Want the information to stay in the pacific northwest. Bob ferguson says. The plan violates current law. Because there's an exemption for buildings the archive being put up for sale if it's used for specific types of research in addition he says the federal government didn't consult with those who would be impacted by the closure that includes twenty nine native american tribes have signed onto the suit. Fawn sharp is the president of the chronology indian nation. She says native americans in the northwest are seeing a resurgence of language and culture and the archive is a vital source for information leading to a point of just having a basic understanding of this rich and baskets and if if this information were to ever leave the pacific northwest there would be a loss gnarly his tribal nation. It'd be lost entire at pacific northwest and put a price on a value of what those are. House at tribal nations ferguson says the suit seeks an injunction to stop the sale of the building. He hopes the case will receive an expedited hearing in federal court for national native news. I'm steve jackson reporting from spokane leaders and tribal communities are getting creative to encourage uptake of the cove. Nineteen vaccine the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports. The northern arapaho tribe has been hit hard by the pandemic and many tribal members are eager to be vaccinated. That's according to lisa. You're walking with the tribes medical clinic. However there are some that do have questions she says. Clinic staff have been fielding those questions via social media. And they've been getting help from arapahoe. Ceremonial elders like george moss. Who agreed to get the first shot in to have it. Broadcast live on facebook people. To have mr moss him so i can take the vaccine is speaks volumes tribes like the navajo nation had council members get vaccinated on camera. The black feet nation in montana is using the black veep language to counter misinformation and educate members about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine for the mountain west news bureau. I'm savannah mar georgina. Lewis from alabama pueblo in new mexico intends to run for congress. The five term state democratic lawmaker and attorney is joining the race for the anticipated of the first congressional district currently held by deb holland holland. Who's a member of laguna pueblo has been picked by the biden harris team for secretary of the interior. If holland's confirmed the state would call for a special election wants the. Us house vacancy occurs with candidates nominated by major political parties in new mexico on her campaign website. Lewis says she's been a tireless champion for the earth people and future generations and would continue. The fight holland began holland. Strong advocate for native american issues environmental issues and missing and murdered indigenous women and girls rancher and indigenous rights advocate carry. Dan has died in nevada. At the age of eighty eight democracy now reports kerry and her late sister. Mary long fought the federal government over land rights and environmental issues. The western shoshoni sisters were committed to protecting their way of life and the rights of their people fighting for land back and land restoration from poisoning. Their legal and political battles began in the nineteen seventies and they spent their lives advocating for indigenous rights. I antonio

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"moss" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

05:59 min | 5 months ago

"moss" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"I really do love the planning and I love the prep when I love working on the script. I love all of that stuff and then I, was kind of like. How am I gonNA talk to an actor I don't know what to say. You know what if what if they want an idea and I don't have it or what they think my idea stupid. How do I tell them to do it better and you know ya all of that and and then I had two days where I got to work with I. Luckily, I wasn't acting myself and I got to work with Joseph fines, Maximun, gala, OTC, Ben, Lay, and Bradley Whitford, and to these four men these four incredible male actors. And it was one of the greatest as I've ever had onset like having this, you know Chamber Orchestra to conduct and it was such a joy. To go in there. and. You know everyone's doing a great job. You're never telling anybody. They're already doing amazing on their. I take. So you're just trying to go in and tell them I don't anything to get the do something different or to get anything different out of them. And so you go in and you just say one little thing or that will you go back to the Monitor and sit and watch and you're like and to see what they how they took, what you said how they transpose it. And do it was just mind blowing and I? I was really surprising how much I loved that process I didn't know I didn't know I'd love it. Figured out how are you going to direct yourself yet? Will you have to watch every take back as you go or will you just know when you've nailed it? I think it's going to be a combination I think it's going to be a real kind of flying by the seat of your pants. Experiments you know we have it set up. So I can watch playback but I can't watch playback every time because we don't have endless amount hours shoot something so I think a lot of it's GonNa be like Relying on my GP and relying on a not any other onset producers have a look in making sure things like okay and you know I. I had I had good advice actually from a director whose mentoring me who's directing episodes wanted to. Dana Reid an Australian director and she said you need to do a pass through the script where you actually. Think about June. As a director and not as the person playing June. And I thought that was really good advice. That, you actually than you kind of have to put aside the actor part of you in though if I was just directing this other person, what would I what would I say and what would I want them So I have to do that doesn't yet to that at some point. You are in one of the last I mean pull I pulled me last at movie to make a little money at the box office before the world shut down in this weird moment were at the invisible man was a proper like jump out of your seat popcorn movie albeit with very human story central. Debate shiny multiplex movies is that the next world you want you're looking to conquer? I don't now I. I liked being able to do something that people saw whereas a lot of the movies I do is you know very small audience is actually managed to see them. It was nice to do something that people saw and was in the movie theaters and had posters and all of that you could see you're on the side of buses outside our highs Lsi the yeah. That's so funny policies that. But it. It I don't think I'll ever necessarily Approach things from that place I. Just don't know how to I think that I I like to do things that people see. Of course I don't want to do things in just like a vacuum but. Even that movie even though that was a bigger surpassed corny studio film, it still was the you know about gas lighting in a relationship it you know still had these really dark themes to. Have that to lure you in. Yeah I mean I think I don't think. It wasn't even like luring Nian I. Don't think they would've wanted me to do it if it wasn't that like when I remember them coming to me and saying there during a reboot of the invisible man and I was like, okay, you know they're going to get the offer to be in and I was like. Okay it's make any sense. And then I read the script and I was like, Oh, I, get it right I get why they want me to Jay. Fun though I guess right law were all run around. Dive in a boat. So much fire. It was so much undoing the bite rehearsals and having to stretch before. You do a scene which is not something I usually have to do bright. Having to warm up before a scene was very fun and it was great and the mechanical parts of it. I really liked in the visual effects parts were interesting and it was it was like a whole new experience I usually just sort of sit around in a chair in. Blink. Back. Solar three, tier dribbles not. Yeah. Yeah. That's exercise I've had for the day. So it was it was definitely a different experience will whether by luck or judgment or a combination of, both you do seem to have a MIDAS touch with the projects that you've been involved in over the years this is undoubtedly going to continue. But just see it didn't just see. Defeats did something weird. And Elizabeth Moss was finished as an acting phenomenon. HOW WOULD YOU BE? Would you be in your apartment in New York? With,.

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"moss" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"moss" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Tell me about. It because I am he was the showrunner I am mildly obsessed to the as you know, I'm a enormous west wing dribbled on. This to you before and Did you meet him at the audition process I did. So it's funny. Actually I had a couple of auditions and you know the first time you go in when nobody knows who you are. You auditioned for just like the mailroom attendant, right? And so I. I went to my third audition and I sat down at like two or three scenes to do and I read with this man who I didn't know and then. I later found out that that was Aaron Sorkin. And that I had actually read with is with Aaron Did he know say hello, my name's Aren Sorkin you. I'm sure you said his name was Aaron I probably was so nervous. Yeah that I probably wasn't even like listening or you know what I mean I probably was just like heart pounding. So nervous but you were you were only seventeen. So yeah, it wasn't your first job by any stretch, but it was the first job of that sort of scale presumably that that sort of production that you are on did you just think this is something that the ordinary did you think on? Ole Ole big shows alike this or did it feel different? I didn't really have anything to compare it to honestly. So I didn't know what it was supposed to be like I'd never been on a big network show before if anything I think it must have been. Different because it fell because of the the writing, the writing was so. Unusual, and so different for anything that was on television in it was just it felt special and I don't know if that's just in retrospect looking back on what it became I can say that I mean I suppose if it had been a disaster in canceled, I wouldn't I wouldn't be saying that we wouldn't be talking about today. Whites. So I don't know they're felt like a little bit of a crackle of energy in the air. Yes. I I went back on yesterday I watched your first appearance in an episode. Did I did it's very sweet. You're making Chili with Charlie. Yes and his his lovely low sweet seen I. Don't know I don't know how far are planned ahead. But looked like already he was planting little seeds the you know they're going to have a little thing. And then five minutes later. Martin Sheen is addressing the room and doing one of those glorious beaches and I'm in tears. It's just one of those. It's just the power of the words as as Gloria. I know I know it was. It was truly such a special experience and you know everybody was it really taught me how you're supposed to. Act On that kind of set in higher supposed to be everyone was so professional and so kind and Martin. Sheen led the way in that and really set the tone and that all the other actors Brad and Janet Shift Johnston. Wonderful. Eight John Spencer you know everyone was so nice to each other and they were so they were funny and treated the crew. So respectfully and it just works really hard and and I really taught me. I. Obviously had no idea at the time I was going to go on to do so much television, but it really taught me that that Oh. That's how sets post be it comes down from the top and you are kind to the crew and you're respectful of everyone else and you know your lines and you don't mess up and it just taught me that that's how it's supposed to be. But you have been acting as we say since you're since you were little but you didn't you you haven't had any kind of formal training as it were. You've just kind of Donnay which is. Probably better training than actually going to dramas go am. So have you developed of you developed you think your own? Routine or process that you apply to each new job do you have a can of you have your own technique your own method? I think I have developed a slipshod of messy Meth ed. It's very improvisational and and it really depends on what the project is. So for something that like. You know I'm playing a real person like Shirley something that you know that I did a lot more research than I ever would have done before read you know biographies and it listened to a tape of her and all this stuff that I never really done before, and then there's some stuff that I just wish I think the thing that I probably do every time they try to work really closely with the writer or the writer and Director Roy, and go over every scene with them and talk to them about it and ask questions and and get them to tell me about the scene and just listen and I really tried to mine the the material as much as possible But I it is very messy at it depends on it just depends on what the project is. So it's instinctive. You work from instinct but very pragmatically I think you're quite pragmatic person on. Yeah, I. Am I'm very pragmatic and I'm very like I. kind of I. Suppose it is Instinct Abe and I sort of take. I take what I need and what I can when I can get about it and what I do as much thinking about it as I think I need to do and then forget about it. Right. So do you think you work of strong bed of self confidence? You knew what you need and you know you don't need. I guess so. I guess. So I, think I just. Over the years especially, the last decade. I've learned a lot of a lot more about what what my.

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"moss" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"moss" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Did. Very all the for seeing you is a good. So nice to see you. Look at you and your your bear my. Shift what do you do? Best you've got very lisin. Yours that's pretty good. I've got a little bit of a little bit of a nice background nunc seamy as you quite. It's you go vaseline on the Lens there you're very sort of self focus. Thank you. And let me make sure. You. Can hear me. Okay. Yeah, we can. Yeah. Is that good? All right. How? Will we? Then we can just start and I figured. Just look at that Oh. Yeah. You could just begin. Even ten does a podcast with. Elisabeth Moss. Elizabeth thank you for bringing. Thank you for having me or a treat to see you again it only over the inter-web I now. I'm so glad we finally got to do this I feel like we've been talking about it for so long I think you maybe the one of the first people we were GonNa get for the shoe back on that you're on the first list. Thank finally we've done it I remember Sarah, our mutual agents talking about the fact that you might do this and yeah, and telling me about it before it even started. Basically. What I'm saying is I'm responsible for high down to you. Yes. Solely on the promise of having you as a guest I think nothing would have nothing would have come. To find out what cashing. Of course day. and. What when people do as they do they do they compile lists? Of light the greatest TV shows of the century or degrees TV shows of all time and you've got. You've got West Wing you've got madman told the lake. You've got handmaid's tale. You like four entries on those less. Greedy. I'd say. And is that. Selfish at the risk of opening with a very impossible to answer question Wat- is the ratio of luck to judgment that has landed jeered. On the list of greatest television shows of all time four times. I would say it's a pretty probably fifty fifty at best. Good. Though that's all right. I mean I think because? A couple of them. I didn't have any choice in the matter in the sense of I was just looking for things and those were the the projects that I got you know. So Yeah West Wing Madman just auditioned for and I was seventeen and twenty three respectively and I would have you know taken any decent somewhat decent job that I could have gotten. And then the top of the lake and handmaid's I had a little bit more choice. Sure. You know. So are you aware of water is that gets you magnetized some to one thing not to another? On a sort of really Impossible to define level I. Guess. It's sort of one of those things. I don't know if you feel this way when you're picking what you do but. Just kind of feel it in a sort of silly as that sounds, it might thing is quite often if I can't. Imagine if I if I hate the idea of somebody else doing it if the idea of somebody else do ya. Rage Jealousy. Yes. Yes and I start to think about who they're going to go to next in. Probably they're gonNA talk I know the people that I know the the group of actresses that we often like old things you know and I. They go to Rose Byrne I'M GONNA. On. Channel. Is He's a great clarifier isn't net I actually? Told survey should yeah it. Really it is. It's. It's kind of sometimes the thing that makes you go. Oh this this is actually something I. Really. Want to do you know it's a it's an it's not only that but it that is part of it. The Spectra Bruce Byrne doing instead. Yeah. Yeah Chris Dot allow. that. I wonder if she feels the same I, wonder if you're on her list. I bet you are I. Bet you're on everyone's less these days probably a lovely non. Jealous. person. Who's just would be happy for anybody to get a great role. She is very lovely and she I'm sure she has great general state but I don't know for session that jealousy is a great clarify for roses. Well, I think I think all actors will appreciate that understand that. found. 'em And the as you get older and wiser and further along in the industry. Does. That make those choices because the charges are going to be more scrutinized Elizabeth most does next can have carries more weight. Can you still separate out your instincts from what is? Expected of you is that a challenge or are you quite clear headed? I think it is a challenge I think you have to be aware of it. You know. And not be crippled by it. I think that. Yes you're absolutely right older. I get the more things they do. They are known by people the Yes you do feel a little bit more pressure. You feel a little bit more especially in in television at this point I television I've sort of. Gotten myself into a real pickle because I kinda really do. A disaster. Disaster for I have to sort of now every time out of the gate make like this Ray television show you know sure which is the silly amount of of pressure because not everything is going to be you know that but I try to Kinda not be crippled by that I guess and be fearless handmaid's tale I was not intending on doing another. You know potentially long running show. So quickly after madman, it was only a couple of years. I think at best and I thought well, I'll give it a little bit longer and then the show came along this description were so incredible that I kind of had to. Forget about my own preconceived ideas of what was with Moss Do. An and just go you know what I love this I believe in it it's touched me and I, and I want to tell this story. So your instinct taxi triumphed over its potentially sort of the clever thing to yes over. The Johnson Rose Byrd was still a very big part of it. Right? Right yeah. She was they're ready to win. Polo. Yeah Yeah. Sure. You've been acting professionally since you were eight years old right Yeah. Yeah. Six, seven, eight it's been clear the road. On what was what was your first professional gig. So my first..

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"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"How did you start? How did you start acting that young? The story goes legend. Has It according to my mother I was doing a production of the sound of music at first ballet school and I was playing. I think it's Greta Greta gretel on a little one yet Lewis one and I don't know why the we were doing sound of music at my ballet school, but we were and agent came and saw this little recital at. School in the valley and she said to my mom does she want? She have an interest in acting and my mom was like. Do you have the interest of acting and I was like sure and she. She kind of just kept checking with. Audition and get something. And I loved it and I had a great time, and she kind of just kept going. You still like this. You still want to do this and I did and and. And here we are. Well I said you seem to have navigated the the transition out of child actor much more easily than than many well I think part of that is I have given that some thought I think part of it is that I wasn't famous. I wasn't six moody. Mean I wasn't particularly successful. At a very young age, my my. Career sort of I was allowed to grow as a person into at least a semi adult before anyone knew who I was, and I think that really was very I think that was very very helpful I think dealing with that kind of fame at a young age I think is. Incredibly daunting and so I didn't have that, and then my first job that anybody really cared about besides like I. Guess I girl interrupted when I was fifteen or sixteen, but I had makeup on you. Nobody knew what I looked like. And then my first job was in the West Wing was like a show for grownups. Really became. A child star, or anything and I think that that really that really helps. Yeah, how do you feel about being famous now? I think that. I'm not the kind of famous. That I, think I I don't know if I would love you. Know the kind where you really actually can't leave the house there. You can't or your followed by Paparazzi I'm not followed by Paparazzi. Nobody cares You Know I. think that and I so I. I don't have that kind of fame. I. I can't say how how difficult that might actually be to have that so I feel like I'm pretty lucky position people seem to like my work. They recognize me. They like the shows that do the movies and they say Nice things and. It's pretty much as far as it goes for me, and so I guess I'm. Still kind of lucky in that in that respect. Yup. Well Elizabeth Moss. Thank you so much for being here with Bullseye Hey. It is absolutely my pleasure. Thank you so much for taking the time. Elizabeth Moss everyone. If you WANNA see Shirley, it's out June fifth. That's on Hulu, Andijan select drive ins, and if you haven't watched her in invisible man, let me tell you. It's creepy and she's great in it. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Those is produced out of the homes of me and the staff of maximum fund in and around various parts of the country. Here in DC I'm missing everybody, but my indoor Herb Garden gave me a basil leave as big as the palm of my hand. The show is produced by speaking into microphones. Our producer is Kevin Ferguson Hey. Suzanne Brosio is our associate producer. We get help from Casey O'Brien Jordan cowling. Are Interstitial Music is by Dan Wally also known as DJ. W theme songs by the go team. THANKS TO THEM AND THEIR LABEL MEMPHIS industries for letting US use it. You can also keep up with the show on facebook. Twitter and Youtube just searched for bullseye with Jesse Thorn. And I guess that's about it. Just remember all great radio. Hosts have a signature signed off. Mine is thanks Jessie. Bullseye with Jesse. Thorn is a production of maximum fun, Dot Org and is distributed by NPR..

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"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:26 min | 9 months ago

"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

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Just worry about which questions become more clear and solidified comedian. Hassan Hodge on how his spirituality is getting him through. Listen subscribed to. It's been a minute from NPR. Welcome back to Bullseye I'm Linda Holmes. INFOR Jesse, thorn I'm talking with Elizabeth Moss, she starred in a bunch of movies and TV Shows Madman the invisible man, the handmaid's tale. Her newest project is a movie called Shirley in it. She plays Shirley Jackson the horror writer, the author of the lottery. The movie comes out this week. Let's get back into our conversation. Another thing I want to ask you about you. You are not just a MEEMA. You are multiple memes. You are handmaid's tale memes. You're also madman memes. Ditch. Are you aware, did you? Were you aware when you were shooting Peggy? Olson coming down the hall with the box and the shades and the cigarette. Do you shoot that and thank I'm going to be looking at this rest of my life? No. No absolutely! Not I mean I had no idea we didn't have any idea. I mean it was so It was completely unexpected. I it was a big moment for the character and I knew that it was something that I was proud of sorry. I'm getting a piece of cheese, and you'RE GONNA carrot. Starving got your cheese. Thank you very much I knew that it was a big moment for the character, but no had absolutely no idea that it was going to be this this meme that that that it became up like. Crazy. I remember at the time. My main focus was very much. Holding all of that staff trying to make them? Trying to get them to make the boxes light as possible because lazy, and I was like I just make kept making them take out of the box. They were like we wanted to be real, and I was like I. Don't so take things out of the box. And then I remember like trying to keep the cigarette in my mouth. It's actually very difficult to walk and keep cigarette your mouth like that I don't know how James Dean did it and then the. To do walking and then also look cool. So I remember that. which you didn't know when you're shooting it, because I I remember watching that episode live, and thinking as I was watching that episode live. This is a this is a famous shot from madman. Right here. That's so funny. It's so interesting. Yeah, like we just I mean you know it wasn't even her last seen? It wasn't her last shot like we just didn't necessarily. Nobody did nobody thought about that about it that way you know, I listened to an interview or you talked about Madman, making it possible to be seen for more roles, but also then having to demonstrate that you could do a lot of other roles. Are you basically now out of that period? Where people associate you with a particular thing I guess so. I think that yeah, the the first thing I did after like getting kind of known for a character was top of the League. Originally Jane didn't want to see me for it because she could only see me as peggy. And the incredible casting director, Christine McGregor in Australia so I will be forever. Grateful to basically had a, we had a drink in La and an I showed up and I looked so different from Peggy, and she said Chi Chi. Take a picture of you and I was like sure should compare me and sent it to Jane and basically was like this person does not. This person is not Peggy and it was her support of of me that help to get me that role, and and that was the first time. I did something that I. I kind of. Felt like I had to prove to myself that I could do something other than Peggy. I knew I. Could I knew I wanted to when you become well known for a character, it is daunting to to go outside of that. That I think that kind of pushed me out of that box during madman, and so I didn't necessarily have the seem kind of up problem that somebody may have coming out of a long running show like that because I had done this thing in the middle of right. I also have not somebody who really cares. I don't really operate from a place of fear when it comes to the to the role that I do so I really worry about it too much I. You know I I consider myself. A person who is an actor who played different characters doesn't just play one character, and that's it like I i. didn't really get too bogged down in. A Way I can never play a copywriter again could never play somebody in advertising I could never do a period project again or something like that I don't care. Whatever's challenging me is actors guess what's the most important to me? Yeah, is there. Is there anything right now that you think? I've never done a role like XYZ that you're interested in doing. I mean you talked about you know. Know things kind of making you think I. WanNa do more action. I WANNA do different things. Is there a wishlist or is that asking for trouble to have a wishlist as an actor? I generally don't have like too much of a wishlist. Just because I do like to be surprised, but I think as I've gotten a place in my career worm I'm developing more material and producing almost. Almost everything I do I started to look at that and for me. There's a couple of things one I really want after playing June, who's such a heroin? Although a complicated, her one and a flawed one right, I really WANNA play a villain I really wanNA play I. WanNa play. Bad Guy Played Anti Hero. That's something I'm really interested in and I am actually really interested in. In exploring an action film or something in that space, I think that I love those kinds of movies, I'm a huge movie Fan and so I, which ones do you love? Whom I what are your favorite? All of that I mean the entire the born franchise mission, impossible franchise, specifically the the leader Shri Query films I love all the atomic, blonde and salts and tomb, Raider and like. You know all the ones that have are are women as the as the heros you know. Obviously, those have a special place in my heart as a woman I love them. And.

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"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Vicks! Get A goldfish. All Right, what do you? What do you remember about suburban commando? So we're talking about this I. I! Remember everyone was very nice including hulk. Hogan and I remember taking it very seriously. and treating it. You know not dissimilar to the way that I treat the handmaid's tale. It was very her. You know obviously it was it. Was I I? Think it was my first movie. My first real move my way picture made her studio town. I done a TV movie I think, but I think it was my first feature and. I took it seriously. I mean it was A. Big Deal for me in big stars Hulk Hogan very big at the time. Christopher Lloyd obviously alleged absolutely You know and I took it i. took it just as seriously as i. take anything anything now honestly. that's my my. That's my memory of my memory of it. Is I took it seriously, of course. Why would you not I think it's her? Reflect I pretty sure. It's reflected in the work. If you go back and look at it. It's like watching Claire, Danes my so called life, or are you say it's a? Big Out there. That girly lost the cat. She's going to be big. A ditch is it true 'cause I can't remember where I heard this is. Were you a voice? In a frosty? The snowman cartoon US was in frosty returns frosty returns. Yes, which seriously to a hundred percent took it seriously, and that was with John Goodman. Oh, well, yes, he played frosty ending. How cool is that? I couldn't sit in there anymore. Holly I started getting a cramp and I got this freezer burn. You shouldn't be out here. Nah I think I finally found a place where the snow is here to stay and Ice Castle. Be there for long. What are you talking about? I just came from a school. All the kids were screaming. No more snow, no more snow. Was Terrible. What did you say nothing? I was too scared whenever I tried to talk. My mouth gets all dry and my hands get all. I. Let you down, didn't. Know Kid. Maybe. It's time you try to different approach. You weren't playing around with these early roles. I really wasn't I was like. Let me just pick out like all these like legendary men John Goodman from my mom. My mom is from Chicago I've spent a lot of time in Chicago. And I'm a big Chicago Cubs Fan, and so obviously working with somebody like John, Goodman was very You know big deal big deal in my family. Big Deal in every anywhere everyone's family. Yes, the Star of many of beloved film, of course, my family so I I remember meeting him at the recording studio. On that one. We'll have even more with Elisabeth Moss when we come back from a quick break, stick around its bullseye from maximum fund,.

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"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"That invisible guy gave you pretty good. Beating put into the fridge dragged the around Oh. I know it was it was it was really fine? Honestly, it made me want to do an action movie and I'm actually kind of tried to figure it. Out It was so fun, it was so fun to be so physical to use my any strength. I had to get stronger. You know to to to like workout and take care of my body in that way and I really I had such a great time. It was very difficult because I am not a stunt performer, and I'm actually not even a incredibly athletic person, but it was it was. Kind of. Great? Loved it. You were a dancer for a long time. Though right. Yes, I was so I guess I should I'm not. I'm not allowed leading bursts anymore. I should say. I have to assume though that it that when you're trying to figure out something like that, it's it's probably an advantage to the people who are coordinating it to be working with somebody who? Has Done Choreography before actually? Yes, you're absolutely right, and you know the one thing that actually really helps. My ballet training was. We had this special camera that we used that? I'M GONNA? Forget the name of now because they have been doing press for six hours, but it was a camera that was very very cool, and it operated on counts specific counts so the winery. Yes, so the choreography of the fight this it would. The camera would. Was would count out loud to and one and two and three and everything was on the counts. So, I was like Oh. This is perfect. I did this forever like I do this I can remember okay that I'm supposed to raise my arm on A. An eighteen and a half like I can do that. It was very interesting. I I never thought that that skill would come in handy in such a way. Yeah, it's because I've never heard of I've never heard of a camera that the counts out loud. I know I mean someone. If anyone's listening to this and wants to text me with that cameras called. It was very much appreciate. Yeah. I do WANNA. Play you since we're talking about your. You're acting history and your dance history. You started acting very young right? Yeah, I was about six and you know when I looked you up on when I looked up your IMDB page, which of course is a very imprecise and imperfect way to to survey someone's career, unlike a lot of people who start acting when they're six, there are big gaps of sort of stopped acting. Disappeared off of the the out of that business for long periods of time, you seemed to kind of bridge. All of that pretty successfully. Yeah, I guess so I mean there was a period when I twelve to fourteen when I didn't act much that much, because I was I was very formative time for a dancer writer, auditioning for schools, and it's it's. It's crazy that it's that young, but it is, and so there was a time from twelve to fourteen when I don't think I did as much but yeah. I guess I pretty much steadily steadily kind of worked not in not in a lot of stuff that people saw, but I was working. Well then I mean I think I think I. Probably I saw you in the West Wing not a bad. That's not a bad place to spend a few years. No. It was certainly not a bad place to to work it was. Really I mean I was seventeen when I started that show, and it was incredibly formative in not just my career, but in in my idea of how you are supposed to beyond set, and how every single one of those actors was so professional and so kind and funny, and took their work seriously, but not themselves seriously and I think that that really kind of taught me how you're supposed to be. And I fell in love with a foul Nova television. Yeah. Can we listen to a clip from suburban commando I think we have to listen to a clip from suburban commando if you have one absol-. Glowing got so. This is one of your it. This is one of your first movie roles. This is Nineteen ninety-one suburban commando starring Christopher Lloyd and Hulk Hogan Hulk Hogan plays an alien who spacecraft breaks down. I love this description. How is this a best log line ever? Hulk Hogan plays an alien who spacecraft breaks down, and he gets stranded on earth. In the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys Rented Garage apartment from Christopher Lloyd and his suburban family. To vehicle for Hulk Hogan to to lift and throw heavy objects, and in this scene, a young Elizabeth Moss playing a little girl who keeps losing her cat in a tree. The alien comes along to rescue the cat. But sends her flying through the air. Instead. That's roll the clip. Mike. Are you sure..

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"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:16 min | 9 months ago

"moss" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Coming to you from my house, it's Bullseye and Linda Holmes Infra. Jesse Thorn I'M NPR pop culture, correspondent and the host of pop culture. Happy Hour, our guest this week is Elizabeth Moss. No Elisabeth Moss right June and the handmaid's Tale Zoe from the West, wing Peggy and madman. On a second. You want me to work up an entire corporate image campaign for ten dollars. I can make you do it for nothing I'm the boss. You're right. The work ten dollars. The lion's extra. Incredible. What do you make a weeks? Don't know That's hope you know. I could fire you. Great. There's some portfolios and Jones office. Maybe you could find somebody tonight. Why are you doing this to me because you're being very demanding for someone who has no other choice? Dasell me. There's something about the way Moss carries herself onscreen right when she takes the lead role. especially she has the confidence and poise of a veteran actor. Who's been doing this for decades, and that's probably because she has been doing this for decades. She's acted professionally since she was eight years old and apart from a couple years in her early teens. She hasn't really taken a break. Her newest movie is. Is called Shirley. Elizabeth lays Shirley. Jackson the real life author of the lottery and the haunting of Hill House. Here's the premise. It's the early sixties Shirley as living in Vermont with her college professor. Who is Stanley played by Michael? Stool Barg, their marriage is struggling Shirley's reclusive. She struggles with depression and anxiety Stanley for his part is a serial womaniser who doesn't really take Shirley seriously as an author. Then they take in some guests, a young Ta of Stanley and his wife. Things escalate, get more tense, but in the midst of all the drama something else happens Shirley finds inspiration for her new novel. Let's listen I have a title, Hangs Aman. It's about that girl. The missing one the Weldon girl. What do you think? You haven't said much. It's just an idea. I try during college. Girls sounds trite in a bit trashy but to. Give it a go. I'll read of course. For you, too. It's going to take some time. Don't give it to me and a couple of days. It's enough. No dear, that's. You're not. You're just not up to it. You're wrong. Darling! You haven't been out of the house in two months. Barely, able to? Put on a pair of stockings. He's back. That's all I'm saying. Elizabeth Moss welcome to Bullseye. Thank you very much very happy to be here. So the relationship between Stanley and Shirley as you as you hear it in, that clip is really intense, but most of what you learn about. It comes from scenes like that where they're talking about her writing. In general, it's I think it's really hard to make writers talking about writing interesting. How did you? How did you watch that problem of of making people understand a character based largely on on writing that they're not getting to read You know you have a you have a script written by Sarah guns honestly because I. do think that you're seeing is absolutely correct I. do think it's actually really difficult to do and the way that she wrote the script. Somehow, it just wasn't a problem you just. It was somewhere between a bio pic of surely and of Shirley's stories itself. You know she really. Really balanced that so well, and you're right. It's an incredibly difficult thing to do. Yeah, the scene in which Stanley finally reads the draft of the book, I don't think it's too much of a spoiler, but it's the very rare seen. That felt totally original to me on an emotional level. Can you tell me a little bit about the approach to what Shirley is thinking in that it's initially kind of ambiguous scene. You don't know exactly what's going on. You're looking at Shirley's face. You're looking at her reactions. Is that kind of the the pivotal scene I? Surely Do you think yeah? Definitely definitely? has this opportunity to kind of show in one scene one of the most important things about her which? Which is that? She cares more about her work than anything else. The only thing she cares more about than her work is what Stanley thinks of her work and it you. We had this one scene in this one sort of opportunity to show it. It wasn't written that it was all going to be in that one take and that we were going to stay on that. Close Up, we or shot we. You know covered it, but it was just the way the the way. The JOSEPHINA ended up cutting it, which I was obviously very flattered by but I think it's right. Because I think you have to show all of the emotions that someone like Shirley would feel in that moment, the fear, the being angry at herself for being nervous, being angry, at Stanley for making her nervous, really desperately wanting him to like the story. You know all of covering all up when he walks over I. mean you kind of had to show all of those those bits? Its Genre Darling. That's stymying you. It's. Not your arena. and. Frankly it's beneath you. Keep your theories to yourself. You didn't know her. Don't tell me that I. do not know this girl. I might have walked by a dozen times on campus. There's nothing fascinating about this girl except that she's gone. What does she done? You don't know your subject. She's a nothing. Is She doesn't and dozens of girls like this littering campuses across the country. Lonely girls who cannot make the world see them. Do not tell me I do not know this girl, don't you dare? For people who haven't read the novel that this is based on which is by Susan scarf marital. How would you explain the relationship between this? Shirley Jackson and the the actual biographical Shirley Jackson. Well I think it's hugely fictionalized. We obviously left her children out. which is a big a big thing. And she was actually a wonderful mother, even even though she was dealing with. Mental Illness and addiction She was a wonderful wonderful mother by all accounts and we you know for the purposes of the story. They weren't in it. So that's a huge departure I wouldn't look too closely. At the timeline of things in our movie, little bit non linear, but I think what we were trying to do. Or what Sarah the writer was trying to do, and what I loved about it was. It was just this sort of slice of life I feel like you could make five movies about Shirley. Shirley Jackson and Stanley like their whole lives. What I felt like this was was just a little bit of a slice of her as it was, it was her writing process and her writing process specifically at that time, which was the lottery had just come out hugely successful, all of a sudden was famous, and was also experiencing infamy because she. You know a lot of people. wrote a lot of hate mail about the lottery. It was very divisive and here she was embarking on this sort of sophomore effort, and it was always about that process as a writer. Had you read a lot of Shirley Jackson? I'd only read the lottery in the hunting of Hill House. I think that's a common duo for people. Exactly I feel like that's like the Shirley Jackson one. Oh One, so then. Yeah, then I had the opportunity to obviously go and read on. I.

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"moss" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"moss" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Well talking about racing and handicapping and and playing the races. Whatever we've got out there to keep us occupied I think has been a huge really a huge outlet for people and then of course there's the matter of a lot of sign ups at the Ad Ws and really you know got new is on the game that we we saw the you see those stats yesterday. The compared to last year's coverage up to one hundred percent In terms of viewership. Where we're at right now. In horse racing is so odd. The racing post in London on the front page of the Racing Post in London is a basically a video primer on how to handicap will rogers downs out. Ever ever see that in the future. But that's where we're at right now. I Love Randy Moss. Everybody Randy Underscore Moss underscored TV twitter. You know where to find him Whether it's equestrian NFL and NBC and very frequently with his entry mate. Jerry Bailey Randy. Thank you for this appreciate care. Randy Moss outstanding. Let's take a break top of the hour upon us and we'll talk about those conditions with Randy's buyer associate associate Knick knacks the races.

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"moss" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

14:28 min | 1 year ago

"moss" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Hi everybody I M Peter Travers. This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and people. There's a movie now called the invisible man that you have to stop everything and see right now. Well not right now. You're going to listen to us. Talk for a few minutes but it is so good. And it's one of the best performances ever given by my guest Elisabeth Moss. So welcome you. Well it's easy when it's true it is. Did you have a good feeling when it was done and you looked at it? Did you say all this torture? They put me was worth it basically. Yeah Yeah I watched a An earlier cut off the film In in screening room in New York by myself and I was it was definitely one of those moments where I was like like a worked. Because when you're making a film like this it's not it's not a gigantic budget. It's not like you know effects but there's effects elements and so you're never quite sure what it's going to turn out to be. It's a crazy story. Talk a little bit about it. Because what's amazing to me. Is THE INVISIBLE? Man Really isn't about the interesting for man it's about someone. He's victimized and that flip of the focus. Yeah has changed everything that was. Yeah well that was all Leon owe them I believe the story goes that they asked him. What would you do with the invisible man? They sort of brought him the property and he just off even the top of his head was like I think I would tell it from the perspective of the victim. And that's the movie that we have today so it was. It was his idea completely. I'd never seen a movie like this before where the villain is actually talks masculinity. Yeah and yeah and the reverberations that come from that. I don't want to be in spoiler territory make if people are angry and make sense. No just describe this character you play. Yeah I play A woman named Cecilia. Who we see at the beginning of the foam is seems to be escaping a house and a man and then we find out that she's actually getting out of an credibly. Abusive relationship Her husband Boyfriend Ends UP COMMITTING SUICIDE. But she continues to believe that she's being terrorized by him and Everyone thinks she's crazy. No one believes her and then and then and then the optics engineer. Yes so he's somebody that would know about what this yes. Yes but what's fascinating about it that I think we can talk about it and women go through this constant. Yeah is that when they feel that? They've been abused everybody's saying I need evidence short. I need to see it. So if it's an invisible entertain YEP which could be real in the movie or could be sometimes what a woman who's been abused goes through absolutely how that doesn't ever leave your head exactly. That's exactly right Peter. That's we're always take some popcorn and I no. You're exactly right I mean it's it's it's two fold. It's not only an analogy for gas lighting and for a woman not being believed but it's also a metaphor for how hard it is to let go of that toxic relationship and the trauma that still exists In a man or a woman as they carry that around. And you can't just oh well I'm out of it now. Everything's GONNA BE FINE. You know there's some damage that's been done and We definitely deal with that in a in you know a metaphorical way and the movie in terms of this society that we're in now it's isn't really speaking to it directly. Yeah guys of horror film. Absolutely I think all great horror films are like that though you know they all have a metaphorical kind of thing going for them in the shining. There's like nine million ideas of what that movie actually means Exorcist or even a movie like You know gravity or something then genre realm. It tends to have a an idea. That's bigger than just the bells and whistles around it. I think it's a way of making a film like this. John Ritter Foam really speak to something deeper and and and be much more interesting. And it is. It's a month teaser. But at the same time it is a horror film. I invasion of the body snatchers. The first one that was done in the fifties on it was basically sub. Textually about McCarthy is right and people being in America turning into such conformance they would go along with what anybody would say absolutely. It's so much about women being believed yep being hurt and being believe yeah which is it. Yeah it's really it's really interesting you're up. No you're absolutely right. I mean for me. It's one of those ideas. Your when I when I read the script kind of like I wish I had thought of this. Like this is so so great and it's so relevant almost seems so obvious. Now you know well. I don't think it's obvious because we're just getting to the point. Where recognized able to do this a decade ago. I think the sense of invisibility is that means. There's something else spiritual or something in our heads that Honda's that's not what were your favorite horror films like I loved the shining. Obviously there's a lot of recent ones. I really like a little quiet place. I love Jordan's films. You know. Get Out and US I loved hereditary. I Dunno if Midsummer's technically horror film but okay. I loved Midsummer So I I love his work. I like a lot of the things that are coming out now will win. You worked with Jordan Peo- in a supporting role in us. Yeah Yeah couldn't that. What was that like what it likes to work with him. Well he's just a dream he's dream US exactly what you'd hope he'd be like smart Very Funny Very Nice But doing that film was so great. Kind of 'cause I that's when I realized that this genre was really fitting for me because I could do things that were so crazy. You know like smiling while dragging a knife across my face and and while laughing and crying at the same time and Jordan. Just come in and be like Dan tastic and that was so funny here. That was so great and I was like. Oh this is like my. This is my genre I can do at everyone like is GonNa love it. Can you do that now from the other side? Can you look at your husband dying and go from tears to laughing in like ten seconds and I was like? Yeah that's awesome. Let's try that so for me that stuff. That's like I love doing that. Like really weird crazy stuff. So I think the leaks genre kind of thriller thing is my gym but you always have that mischief in what you do you know. It's one of the great things we'll see great thing to have that you know what it's going to be with you think it's going to be and that's it. When did that start? When did when was it when you decided that you were going to be an actor that you've thought I can do this. Gosh I don't know I think that I did a film. When I was ten with Harvey Keitel and he was a real actor you know he was a serious actor and he was probably one of the first like real serious actors that I had met and worked with and He was lovely and so nice Spill imaginary crimes. Yeah Yeah And and it was like a real part and I do a couple of dramatic scenes. I think I I don't know I just was like not. It's not like I thought. Oh I'm good at this. I just thought away really like this and this is something I think fits me really well. And then that Director Tony. Actually ended up directing my first episode of the West Wing. Seven years later. You just all crazy. It all comes full. Starting you grow up on sets. I mean lately you've been doing so much. Tv that's been so great that they've calling you the queen of Peak TV. That's great that. Come with the crown. No you don't you don't Nice but movies are another thing too is great to see you doing that. And I also you people. I saw this one in Shirley Shirley I think that's part of the film critic thing is you need to see these nine. Sometimes they turn out really good but again Shirley Jackson or this version of her that she wrote the lottery and other things is not is leading a kind of Virginia Woolf. Oh yes nine. Easy with her. And Michael Barr Gas. Uh-huh please her husband. We we would reference Virginia Woolf all the time It's a really. She is such an interesting life really. That's the that's the thing because when you see in Shirley and you see her faculty party jumps back. Fasten your seat belts. That was really she. Was We really try to you? Know it's IT'S NOT A. It's it's very fictional kind of as you know retelling of of a part of her life But Sarah Gibbons worth this beautiful script and and it it. We really tried to capture her mischief. Though and her her her kind of she liked to inflame you know she likes to kind of poke fun at people. Like to be disrupted disrupted great joy out of it. You know you know the lottery. The short story that she wrote I think to this day. Although the fact may have changed for a long time that story in the New Yorker received the most hate mail of any story ever published in the New Yorker disrupt. It was incredibly people. Were not people did not like what she didn't that story. They loved the story but it would be very upsetting for people. You seem to have a traction to this kind of thing which I love. You know. It's like I'm not afraid of this. I'll do it doesn't matter. We'll get the hand mainstay via I love it. I don't know why I just I. I love dark challenging material. It's what gets me going. Well maybe in between the next three do one rom com or maybe holiday movie. No they should do that. We're trying to make a hallmark Christmas movie and saying that is just making me. I'm like what are we going to do with this? It's going to be like somehow dark and upsetting. Addis cry now. It could be really bad but I I would love to do a smart romantic like when Harry met. Sally is my favorite film of all time and the all time. Oh Yeah that's a bold state. Oh Yeah I love that phone so much but you know you need a really really good writer. I mean that was obviously. We're Ephron it's the best and and and you know you need that kind of writing to do a really good so to find a really good script. Well it's out there there. There are a lot of great writers out there to do all that. So what happens to the characters that you've played? Where did they go in terms of your head? Where do you store them? You know in your consciousness. I don't go away. They just go most people come up to you and say talk to me about Madman. Yes and then I bring it back. I was talking about it. See All right yeah. Go talk about it. What happened yeah I. I don't store them at the same time. They all have really big parts of my personality in them. So there's parts of me and one that's closest to you the way that's so hard because there's yes. I mean I do think June is the most is the closest to me But I also think she's going through a really kind of rough time so I. I think that I don't know how much I identified with her. Maybe more in the beginning when she was more human now she's getting a little rough but There's parts of you. That are very very me. Honestly there's parts of surely I watched Shirley I remember going. Oh my God that's actually me like. I have a big part of me that is Shirley. That's how I know. I think it'd be on doors going to faculty partners especially when I'm grumpy tired. Then the Shirley Jackson tax see well. We don't really want that a little afraid of dealing with this when that happen. Yeah so are you feeling? You're on the right trajectory for you. Is this everything you wanted to be when you said I'm GonNa make this my career. It's more than I actually thought I would be honestly because I never. There's a lot of dreams that you can't even dream. You know I never. I didn't set out to go. I'm GonNa make like a really good horrifying. I'M GONNA be on a show about advertising. It's going to do really well in the sixties. You know like there's stuff that are. I'm make the handmaid's tale. You know a first person narrative book that has no ending like so. There's there's a lot of things that Margaret would be time at that time and so I I didn't think I would ever be been this incredibly lucky physician honestly now. You're starting to shoot season. Four right. Yeah you're going day Monday so actually happening actually happening. It's so crazy and I mean I've texting Bruce and Dana and Dina's directing and you know just it's been yeah I can't I?.

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"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

Dolly Parton's America

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

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"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

Dolly Parton's America

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

"Standing on the Neon Green Moss. I spent a lot of time listening to the wind blow through the gigantic Virginia Pines. Line Dollars Property uh-huh shot and you shoot when Thought about the different kinds of wind can blow through a place in in how music is the way we accompany ourselves as we blow across space and time and then ooh my goodness. We got back in the CAR Brian. I almost cried but I have to really special special thank you. I'm glad as it Tennessean. That's available to come here feel somehow like get to the heart Jeff where I came from in some weird way. There's a lot of truth to that. This is a day to see then. Brian drove human. I back down the mountain in the wake of that visit. I kept thinking about all the different ways. All the weird ways that music and stories from different places can mix together the Dalai verse and I kept thinking about a story that my dad told me you know because we were sort of but the first time he entered the Dalai verse. You told me that in his little village in Lebanon on the other side of the church on the other side would a couple of small shops that sold grocery and meat and that guy had radio we we used to congregate that shop. Because that's how we listen to the music Do you recall what you heard i. We heard.

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

Dolly Parton's America

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

"Dolly Parton America. Erica will continue in a moment. Dali Burns America is supported by luminary a subscription podcast service. That gives you access to more than forty. Can't miss original shows. You won't find anywhere else. Including Martina McBride's new podcast vocal point joined the country music icon. She engages some of today's biggest stars and intimate conversations about music. Life and everything in between sign up at luminary dot link slash. Pardon me and get your first. Two months of access to luminaries premium content for free after that seven ninety nine a month luminary doubt links slash. Pardon me luminary. Dot Link Slash P. A. R. T. O. N. E.. Cancel anytime terms apply Dolly Pardons. America is supported by third. Love their love of his abroad company. That does things differently with over eighty sizes including half cups. No slip straps and padded hook and eye. They'd love has thought through every detail to create create a perfect fitting Bra. 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Meaning immigrant music with all kinds of questions. which then have we started hard? Yeah okay Led Me to talk to this woman. My name is Renan Giddens and I'm a musician songwriter. Composer now he's post and all around person at the party that you don't WanNa talk to you because all she talks about is slavery and the Banjo Dan. The Banjo is an interesting case. Study Rian few know anything about her. If you saw can burn special music you know that she plays the Banjo Claw Hammer style really well. That's good the very first memory I have of really thinking about how Awesome Call Hammer. Banjo is was actually on a Dolly Parton Song. No kidding yeah it was her second. BLUEGRASS CD. The little sparrow or is it the third one. I can't remember anyway. It was a little sparrow and there was that little end part of Mary me at the very end. It goes into this little old time jam for like literally five or ten seconds and I would always like oh man that is so cool but but she says when she finally started trying to get in on those gems you know pick up the Banjo herself and sit in as a black woman at the beginning. I kind of like well you know cannot come in here. Can I play this music. You know. It's not like I'm just kind of sneaking in here and I'm the only on the fly in the buttermilk as they say you know at these gatherings things and feeling like I had to ask permission. I never had to ask permission. Take the Banjo itself. She says the true history of the Banjo itself. This is something that I think. Collectively collectively were just starting to kind of reacquaint ourselves with largely I think as a result of people like her. Bring it back to light but consider the Banjo Just a couple of notes on the Banjo and immediately conjures a picture of White Mountain Man in East Tennessee. Maybe West Virginia but the bandages return West Africa jollies African lute loot instruments and it became what we know. Is the Banjo in the Caribbean right. I the earliest Banjul we have. It still exists this from Haiti the Banjo. It's got multiple long strings a short string and you know it looks like the instrument that we know of and and and people brought that with them up to North America and became a part of the landscape of the enslaved life. The now white people didn't play the Banjo for a long time. It was a plantation instrument. But what happened. Was that in the eighteen thirties as in forties the white entertainer Don rickles picks up the Banjo from there. She says you have an inexorable March that included sixty years of minstrel see deliberate segregating of the recording industry and the end result. Is that by about nine hundred thirty the banjo which came into America as a black instrument was suddenly solely associated with White Culture Chur and so then you start seeing a you know. Oh let's go back to the days of the Old Barn Dance. You know this this this clean white American music which is a total fabrication. This is the hidden history of country. Music reenters really sort of led the way in bringing saying that history back to light my continually talking about it and of course playing in bands like the Carolina chocolate drops bench. We started with two other black musicians just Robinson Don Fleming's where they played straight up Appalachian folk music but what really trip me out. Kind of expanded things for me. In terms of not just thinking about the Tennessee mountain home the th and its relationship to my dad's elements but just what music music is at its core will. It's when I heard this one particular song offer latest album.

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

Dolly Parton's America

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

"This is Dolly Barnes America absurd four Jaboomer on what I said in the last episode. The things got unexpectedly personal for me. really talking about this episode. In the last one we arrived at the place where Dolly left and has been singing about for fifty sixty years Tennessee mountain home home for many people certainly grew up in Tennessee. It's it's hallowed ground. Ed referred to earlier as Tennessee. Valhalla Valhalla Jala. Home of the God Odin in norse mythology. It's got that same kind of importance in Tennessee Lore now I was convinced that did it wasn't real or real anymore. The previous day Tennessee Mountain home. We had looked at a replica of the Tennessee Mountain. Home Dollywood to the soundtrack of roller coasters in the background. Now a bunch of people that we ran into in pigeon forge told you gotta go see the Tennessee Mountain home. And we're like cool have have you seen it. No do you know where it is. Oh it's just over that hill. But every time they appoint a different hill so yeah add kind of started to think it was a place that lived only in heads in not in the world but then ooh to recap fever. Dolly's head of security and nephew picked us up it. Tally would drove up the backside of mountain down an unmarked dirt road and into Tennessee Valhalla. We'll pick things up there okay after the gate did they live by this creek. At that time there's so many waterway a bunch of feels households second. He drove us down. This little dirt road that hugged creek past one field. Another you know. These are the fields that Dolly played in sang about. Man This is eventually we get to a clearing. And they're on a hill says the original house on my immediately recognized it Tennessee Mao nome the exact same structure. We'd seen the day before the Dollywood. Okay cool it up on the hill ahead of us a little gray shack sloping tin roof front porch to rocking chair on the porch. You say watch everything okay. What kind of snakes do you would be up here? King stakes. Mostly they won't hurt you. But there's rattlesnakes timber rattlers around here copperheads. In the creeks just adds to the experience. No you're in real country. Now we walk up the hill toward the house back. When Dolly bought the property in the late eighties? Somebody had been living there. But the property had fallen into complete disrepair. The foundation was there but not much else so they had to kind of build a backup from memory. So technically if you want to split hairs. Here's this is the reconstructed semi original house. The dollywood copies based on. But what makes this one. Utterly different is where it is breath. There are no crowds there. No Roller coasters. It's just a house on a hill surrounded by forest tiny house surrounded by these these hundred foot tall pine trees gigantic switch. I've heard her say a million interviews you know we grew up right and the Great Smoky Mountain at the base of the smoky. Mountains fountains and here. We are and it's exactly as she says as he did because Tennessee Helmet Dollywood but without the mountains uh-huh it seems so sad and here even though it's that bear in and like isolated it's so beautiful because it's here makes me start crying. Every time I walk into that little room where that they built in there and that those are real boots. They aren't my mom all decorated. Ma'am on thin. My Aunt Julia Dean decorated that. The back the main house. Okay when we got to the top of the hill. Brian sort of walked US around the back of the House again. Just to check in my mom has my key okay. Yep that was. The sound of. Brian almost slipping on the mosque that surrounded the house. It's like carpet. It's all this mosque. A mosque is literally like walking on sponge of your and the color of the MOSSES. This is kind of otherworldly almost neon round the part in fact courts. That's right so you can see here but Brian didn't have his keys to the house so he just stood on the front porch and looked in the window inside. You'll notice that the all the walls are wallpapered with newspaper. Yeah so newspaper was the The Primary Mary Way of decorating your wall if we looked inside here would we see what we see and when we go to Dali No It's more creature comforts. Gotcha through the window. We could see a sofa. bearskin rug maybe a TV. You guys live here though so when you stay up here you actually so it is very liveable. Well Bryan pointed off in the distance behind us over there on the cross. The on top of that hill is where the school allows you walk up. That Trail Ryan ended up walking us up there up that Second Hill that he pointed in at and what immediately became clear is that Dahlie didn't just restore her Tennessee Mountain. Home is definitely like fall on your ass slick. She restored all of these other. The buildings from her childhood and sort of symbol them onto the compound. Sort of like what you did a Dollywood for other people which you did it for her own family..

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

Dolly Parton's America

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"moss" Discussed on Dolly Parton's America

"N. M. E.. Do you remember the first time you left. Left home or left Well the first trip I have made about my music and the first trip animate young. I'm how little then twelve Levin was going to Lake Charles Louisiana from Knoxville. A long trip. They put us on a bus. They do you remember how that felt to be on the bus. Yeah it felt I will I liked the wheels. I remember loving the motion so there was the studio there and so uncle. Bill thought I should come down there McGregor in Spanish Moss for the first time I thought it was the strangest most wonderful mysterious thing I've ever seen scene because it was so different that swab their Cyprus. Jason the drive are just remember as I ever seen like at the sand and the beach ocean first. True love to my first record and I got a crush on on Johnny Johnny his daddy owned the go bend records in that studio. He was so pretty and Brown. Never seen a boy so oh pretty and as first time also had a banana and I loved them then I want a whole bunch of them dinner and I got sick on him like it was just a whole bunch of Phelan's last year. Remember like it was yesterday and so now. Oh I mean you've been gone for so long over fifty years. Where do you actually live? Well I'm like Santa Claus everywhere. Actually I live everywhere..

"moss" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"moss" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"E r m yes exactly iran we'll talk to you before the preakness all right all right thank you much thanks man randy moss was brought to you guys by honey millions of people are using honey to save money while shopping online and why wouldn't they it's free it takes just two clicks to at your browser and saves you tons of money it's genius but one of my absolute favorite things about honey is how much better it makes shopping on amazon honey magically ads all sorts of useful info right on the amazon page of whatever you're looking at just shop like you normally do in honey automatically searches the two million sellers on amazon to find you the lowest price it even shows you the items price changes you can decide if you want to buy or wait for the price that come down if you do decide to wait just add it to honey droplets and it's going to notify you if the price drops when honeys got your back you'll never overpay for anything on amazon ever again there's no reason not to add honey browser today it's free it takes just two clicks to install and we'll make sure you always get the lowest price on amazon at honey to your browser for free right now now at join honey dot com slash pmt that's join honey dot com slash pmt all right let's get to some segments i actually we talked about it with randy moss horse names that would get me to bet on them and then we could have all the degenerate gamblers bet on that horse and then bet on the real good horses so i wrote down a few you wanna hear him.

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Pardon My Take

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"moss" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"E r m yes exactly iran we'll talk to you before the preakness all right all right thank you much thanks man randy moss was brought to you guys by honey millions of people are using honey to save money while shopping online and why wouldn't they it's free it takes just two clicks to at your browser and saves you tons of money it's genius but one of my absolute favorite things about honey is how much better it makes shopping on amazon honey magically ads all sorts of useful info right on the amazon page of whatever you're looking at just shop like you normally do in honey automatically searches the two million sellers on amazon to find you the lowest price it even shows you the items price changes you can decide if you want to buy or wait for the price that come down if you do decide to wait just add it to honey droplets and it's going to notify you if the price drops when honeys got your back you'll never overpay for anything on amazon ever again there's no reason not to add honey browser today it's free it takes just two clicks to install and we'll make sure you always get the lowest price on amazon at honey to your browser for free right now now at join honey dot com slash pmt that's join honey dot com slash pmt all right let's get to some segments i actually we talked about it with randy moss horse names that would get me to bet on them and then we could have all the degenerate gamblers bet on that horse and then bet on the real good horses so i wrote down a few you wanna hear him.

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