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"mulligan" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast
"Www legacy dad's dot org to sign up and support this mission. Speaking of which lance. And i have a monumental point in our podcast as he will be stepping more into the empty nester role and traveling with his beautiful wife and more and more focusing on stewardship and missions with his wife. That being said we had a coming to jesus moment on what to do about legacy. Dad's podcast and before you get upset. Pause take a deep breath and listen. We are going to continue the podcast but with a new brother riding shotgun and guarding my six. In the process of lance's new adventures. I would like to welcome our brother. Dave to the podcast. He is a husband. A young father to four kids. One is in the oven. And we'll be out shortly and has been tapped by lance. And i had to take on this new endeavor with that. I'd like to welcome our brother. Dave to the podcast will dante. I really appreciate the opportunity to join in with you. And i'm appreciative of lanson. His taking a chance on me in order to continue to this ministry and just continue to support the legacy dad's mission and just to Continue god's work As we've talked in in discussions you know as well as i do. That god is in the details of in terms of making. All of this happened. And that i just i marvel at that and i think it is completely wonderful in awesome so a little bit about me. I live in ohio right now. That's about to change a little bit. I've got a wonderful wife. We've been married for fifteen years. She keeps me in check. We've got three kids right now. We've got one on the way. So i've got a ten year old boy a five year old boy a two year old girl and then another boy on the way he should be hearing about over. We grew up pretty close to here. So we're pretty blessed. Be close to family right now. But like i said i will be moving pretty shortly down to the southern florida. South florida miami area but will be continuing to try to be a blessing to others in continuing to this mission. So that's kind of where we're at right now again. I'm very thankful dante for you're taking a chance on me and Just let me join in on this ride. Well before we get going. Let's get some business out of the way legacy dad's your weekly dose of biblical manhood. This podcast is for men husbands and fathers in all stages of life where we promote and advocate proven biblical principles for leaving a lasting legacy. We know that there's women more and grandmas and aunts all listening hiding in the background taking notes. Nudging your husband to this podcast and we thank you for your support as well. Dave i kind of missed the stage. You are enlighten life. I mean if i'm being really honest you know up to my knees diapers a business just trying to keep head above water between husbandry fatherhood in career and just with all those balls up in the air man you know the craziness. You just didn't have time to worry about life for all the other things that come with it. You know what what's going on in your world right now. I mean you gave us like where you're coming from but Tell us where you're at in these stages yet. I think you hit the nail on the head dante You're talking about business. There's no shortage of that in this particular household. That is a fact whether it's running the kids to school or getting them to soccer practice or just dealing with the craziness of having the three kids in the house right now with the one on the way there is no shortage of just being caught up in everyday sort of things as well as when threw throw on top of this. You know the fact that we're going to be moving pretty shortly. There is just a whole lot that is going on but man. I still feel blessed. I still feel like we're we're in a great place. I still am doing my best to be a legacy data. I'm still trying to be the spiritual leader. I'm still trying to do all of those things in my drama balsam of times absolutely. I think we all do that. But that's a little bit of humility comes in and you understand. look in. i'm gonna make mistakes and that's okay but men. We're doing the best we can. We're we're we're enjoying life here and As those curveballs come we just deal with them. One at a time and we keep going and so. That's that's kind of what we're going after right now while the topic of today's podcast is if i could go back to my younger dad days but before we really get going there. I wanna premise with you. Know a little prequel I was an elder at the time. So i'm on my third three year term. So i've been doing elder at our church for nine years on my my third and final term is up in june and then we have to take a mandatory. You're off which i'm appreciative. And you know we a couple others that i talked. We think maybe three terms might be a little bit too long sixers two consecutive three or terms would probably be more ideal for most given the stages of life. But all that being said we had this Wise elder just really funny and rice sense of humor and he would always lead baptism class for young parents and there is one weekend where it just kinda landed and he had to be out of town for work trip that weekend and so they you know the one that is the administrator and he asked me to. I'm really just take a hold of the script. Lead the class and go through it and so you know being a nubia you know first year elder you know i. I'm i'm pretty good in conversation. I can hold my lead. Our men's ministry. You know i'm not really afraid of conversations. But honestly i mean between reading the script and you know getting into like being apparent what is it look like you know if i had to do it again. I mean if i'm being really honest talked to a few young desert. I knew and that and they were. You know making fun of me as far as you know it was good you know but translation was. You're really wet behind the ears. You need a little bit more finesse and pizazz and so you know to that for the dads that are older now a little wiser and i know a couple of 'em actually listen to this. Podcast i get a do over. You know like if we're on the golf course. Dave mulligan and with a mulligan. If i was in that class again today if i was doing it again i would start out with number one husbands. Love your wives. While i think that's a great way to start you..
Episode 210 2019 After the Fall of New York - burst 14
"They climbed the wall to get out of this complex. And there shorty immediately and come with me guys. I know the way they jump over that wall they climb over the but then there's the year acts just kind of opened the gate and walk through massive open the whole time they just want to make it. Look cool wasn't even slightly locked. Yeah i saw super richard mulligan accidents more like pirate. That helps you. What would that sound like. I can't do a good richard. Maga will work on that it sort of christopher lloyd from taxi a little bit. Yeah but i'm not gonna attempt that here but they immediately escaped to the sewer again. That's like go chant. Can't get those guys out of the they end up. I guess getting upon Now a mutant little person village. Oh brother also about the sewer thing. I guess you get production value. Because it does. They probably didn't have to do much you know. It's just the sewer. That's what we're supposed to be imagining here. I just can't imagine having like an expensive camera alike in a sewer where there is waterfalls and even if this is not an active you know maybe this is like a storm sewer rather than like a wastewater sewer which i assume or two different things even ask gross. You know what. I mean. I get it but i mean you know. It gives us a chance to girls t shirt wet. So least there's that thanks
Inside an Unprecedented Week in Ontario Politics
"Rawlings. This is the big story. Cynthia mulligan is park reporter for city. New she is also perhaps the person best equipped to explain why a ford government does what it does. Hello cynthia hello jordan. Have you ever covered a week like this in provincial politics. Well no no not at all. I mean the only thing that i can say was as as unprecedented was when patrick browns suddenly stepped down. But but this is so much different Because so many lives are at stake and it is truly being an unprecedented. Few days in in provincial politics like no one has ever seen before i mean. We had police openly revolt against a provincial directive. We had the government spinning and reversing major major a major announcement less than twenty four hours later and literally brought to its knees with public outrage. So this is absolutely unprecedented. Maybe take us back One week ago Because i want to kind of walk through how everything happened. So it's you know it's thursday last week Cases are really high and people are screaming for the government to do something what were you. What were you guys at queens park thinking. What were you expecting At that point well we've seen this unfold before numbers rise. We hear ominous rumblings that the modeling is going to be really bad the modeling and then doug ford comes out a sombre doug ford comes out and then makes a new announcement about how they're going to crack down so we knew that that was coming. What was unusual is usually the modeling comes out on thursday and then and then the announcement might come out the next day but what happened. This time is the modeling. Didn't come out until the friday morning. Ontario is already setting records for new cases. Look at where the province is now an all time high of more than forty seven hundred new cases today if current trends continue look at what the modeling forecast cases could soar to eighteen thousand cases a day with eighteen hundred patients in intensive care by the end of next month. And i
'Promising Young Woman' Doesn't Let Anyone Off the Hook
"Comic feminist revenge film Promising young woman has five Oscar nominations. Best picture director, screenplay, actress and film editing. That's pretty remarkable, considering it's the first feature film made by Emerald Finnell. She spoke with our producer Sam Rigger who can fill us in about the movie. General Channel wrote and directed, promising and woman, which starts Carrie Mulligan is Cassie. Cassie is in grief over the loss of her best friend who the movie implies, died by suicide after her rape and medical school. Rape witnessed by other students and ignored by the school. Since then cast his life has been put on hold. She dropped out of the same med school works at a coffee shop and hasn't moved out of her parent's home who are very concerned about her. However, at night Cassie Hunt sexual predators, She goes to bars and clubs and pretends to be falling down drunk. Invariably, a man will offer to help her when in fact, they take her home and try to take advantage of her inebriated state. When it's clear what's happening. Cassie snaps out of her drunken act and confronts them. Here's a scene where she's rebuking one of those men played by Christopher Mintz. Plus Just that you were drunk. Yeah, really drunk. Yeah, well, I'm not. But that's good, isn't it? E think you should leave. Oh, now you want me to leave? No, just really high like I'm really high right now. I don't know what I'm doing. E think you should go on a second ago. You were determined for me to stay. You're pretty assistant actually. I'm a nice guy. Are you way had a connection? I guess a connection. Okay. What do I do for a living? Sorry. Maybe that was too hard. How old am I?
Are Markets Complacent on COVID-19?
"This is spring break in south florida. People packing the streets things getting so out of hand. Miami beach declaring a state of emergency enforcing curfews and restrictions to limit the partying and crowds. All this as cova cases are back on the rise in more than half of the country. Twenty seven states reporting a jump in new case counts new jersey causing any further reopenings and over in europe. Germany and england extending their lockdowns poland parts of france other european countries are introducing new measures to curb the outbreak. So the question tonight is the market ignoring covid risks. Taking its eye off the ball. Just plano getting too bullish guy. What do you say obviously hailed the we everything through the prism of the market right. So i it's important. Make it clear that we don't want to see anybody getting sick. We understand what's happened over the last few. I think it's important to say that people can slice and dice. These are comments however they want with that said in a perverse way. I think this actually might be bullish for the market. Why because maybe it will slow down the move in bond yields maybe people will reinforce your belief that the fed is going to be there regardless and by the way we've been through this before in the markets learn how to deal with it so of all the things that i'm concerned about in the market and they're many this isn't at the top of my list and it clearly isn't it. The market's either being that the vix closed below nineteen today for the first time in probably thirteen months. Yeah timmy brought up the vix beam below twenty earlier on a call today. Why just extraordinary so a year ago. And we're going to do all these look backs and we're gonna have a great segment on what you'd want to invest in a year later but you know the vix was seventy five a year ago today and guys bringing up great points about fear. His is inspired unprecedent policy response and so the fear of removing unprecedented policy responses. What had the market's having anxiety. What gives me anxiety is that you get to a place where the the the year of mulligans that we had which was then on twenty twenty and twenty twenty. One earnings is something that you're going to have to address by the time we get to mid year and i think we will have to unless you slow down the pace so everything guide caveated this. We care about the world's health a lot more that we care about the stock market. I do think you have a case here where the market is is going to be fine with bond yields coming down. Because there's there's more fear of less opening. And i think unfortunately that's just the market. We're in but again i. I am not worried about the environment if anything i do see seven percent. Gdp growth and a labor market. That's four and a half percent. Those are the feds numbers by the end of this year. That's going to be very very strong backdrop to me for stocks. Let's just hope. It's not too
Chadwick Boseman earns posthumous best actor Oscar nomination
"Starring opposite Viola Davis and Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Bozeman competes in the best actor category with Riz Ahmed for sound of metal Anthony Hopkins in the Father, Gary Oldman in Bank and Steven Young for Minori. This actress nominees are Carrie Mulligan for promising young woman, Frances McDormand for Nomad land by all the Davis Iban Rainey's black bottom, but Kirby for pieces of a woman and Andra Day in the United States vs Billie Holiday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. The nominees for Best picture are the Father, Judas and the Black
2021 Oscar nominations spotlight "Mank," Chadwick Boseman
"News Oscar nominees Air Out the 2021 Academy Award nominees are announced for best picture. The Father, Judas and the Black Messiah. Manc Minori Nomad Land, promising Young Woman Sound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven Manc lead with 10 total nominations. The late actor Chadwick Boseman being recognized with the best actor nomination for his work in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Other nominees in that category include Riz Ahmed, Anthony Hopkins, Gary Oldman and Steven Young. Best actress. Nominees include Viola Davis, Andra Day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. The 2021 Academy Awards Air Sunday, April
How 2 Skiers Conquered Yosemite's Half Dome
"Valley, 8800 FT. Above Sea level is a rock formation called Half Dome in the 19th century, a report said. The granite landmark was so perilous that it quote Never will be trodden by human foot. Well, today, Half dome is a popular hike for thrill seeking climbers. Yosemite resident Jason Tor Llano has always looked at the massive rock with a feeling of wonder. I went to school, right New 70 Valley next to you, Somebody falls. Um and you look up you somebody from the playground is a little kid. That's where the big thunderstorms come from. And when it snows, it just gets packed with snow and And it's just always been attracted to have them. But Torre Llanos attraction to half Dome has always been tied to another interest of his skiing since the very first time he clicked into skis. From that moment on, I just looked around and Kept seeing shoots our ski able to this age. When he was 17 Tor Lana went climbing with a friend on half dome. Remember walking down the cable's going? Wow, I bet you this thing's cable, and it turns out he was right this year, Jason to Orlando and his friends act, Milligan finally descended. Half dome on skis mean climbing half dome is dangerous enough descending on skis. It's a slab of no anchors. So avalanches occur all the time off that. And if you fall or get caught in an avalanche, you're gonna fall off the South face 1000 ft Cliff, so they scouted the location a day early. We walked up there the day before, and we slept at the base in a tree. Well, we start a little fire and kept warm for a few hours. So we're so cold at three in the morning. We're like okay with mice will go to the top. We got it in perfect conditions. This time, it was like a lay an inch layer of ice with about 3 to 4 inches of snow. Trevino and Mulligan weren't the first to descend Half dome in the snow. It's been done on skis and on snowboard, but their trip was special. Well made Our stand a little different is we? We skied the cables with no ropes. But then we see it all the way down to near Lake So another 4000 plus Vertical feet. Achieving this lifelong dream has not stopped to Orlando from eyeing other slopes in the park. Every time I go to Yosemite. I look up into the mountains and just there's so much I want to do. They're still that's Jason Tor Lana, who skied down half dome into the Yosemite Valley last month.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees
"Let's start off with the major categories. First of all, for best picture. For the Golden Globes. They break it down. Best picture drama and best picture, music or comedy. So let's start off with best picture drama in which the nominees are Nomad Land. This is the amazing movie with Frances McDormand. Who, you know, play. Somebody who's her life is sort of falling apart and she gets in a van and hits the road and lives in RV camps and recreational areas taking on you know little seasonal jobs along the way. It zest a very sweet and very thoughtful, touching movie. I think this is going to be the big winner for tonight. You know People love Frances McDormand. I think that this is gonna have a lot of Lot of success at the Golden Globes tonight. It will be up against the trial of the Chicago Seven, which, if Nomad land doesn't win trial of the Chicago Seven is going to win. This is the Aaron Sorkin. The written and directed production about the famous Chicago seven trial that took place in Chicago 50 years ago. The Carrie Mulligan movie promising young woman Is a revenge thriller, also an outstanding films nominated for tonight and also the Anthony Hopkins movie called The Father. Those air. Your nominees were best Drama for performances in the dramatic category. For actresses. The nominees are Violet Davis on Drew a day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. For best actors in the drama. The nominees are Riz Um, Ed Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Hopkins. I think the winners are going to be Frances McDormand and I just I don't know how Chadwick Boseman Doesn't win. He's amazing in the movie Ma Rainey's black bottom. But you know the fact that he passed away the young age and nobody knew that he was fighting cancer. I think that probably is going toe play into the Planted the decision making also for best movie, musical or comedy. The nominees are Boer at subsequent movie film Hamilton. When they put together a television version of Hamilton in the put it on Disney. Plus, this got nominated. The motion picture called Music was nominated, as was the comedy with Andy Sandberg, Palm Springs. And the Ryan Murphy directed production. The prom. Which has Meryl Streep and has just AH, whole variety of very talented actors. That's also nominated for best picture as well. I kind of have a feeling that Borat is going to want to ping the winner tonight in the musical or comedy category. For best actress in a motion picture Maria Buckler Cova, who is placed Borat's daughter in Borat. Subsequent movie film Kate Hudson from music. And, uh, Anya Taylor, Joy dominated for the movie called Emma for best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy. Sasha Baron Cohen is nominated James Corden from the prom Lin Manuel Miranda from Hamilton Dev Patel for the personal history of David Copperfield and Andy Sandberg. For Palm Springs again. I think it's going to be a kind of in a reverend pick, but I think Sasha Baron Cohen could wind up being the winner. Now. The Golden Globes also give out
Decentralized Information Gathering
"My name is speak glory. And i'm a postdoctoral researcher at the university of hamburg in germany. My research interests focused on mulligan systems and in particular the aspect of decision making in those systems so interested in particular in information-gathering tasks. So you can think of like a team of robots trying to find out something about the world and doing this in a collaborative fashion. So that's the kind of task climbing just end especially the decision making aspects of that a while ago when there were some mars missions being planned we ended up sending curiosity and forget the other one maybe opportunity there was some discussion of. Hey maybe instead of sending two rovers the cost a lot like million dollars we should send a million rovers. That cost one dollars. Something like this didn't happen but is that the kind of case that would be interesting to a researcher like you so my interest are maybe more so decided to to agent case so at least. That's the situation for now. Do the computational complexity of the problems that i'm involved in cardiff did they are the practical limitations that usually means that the more than a handful of agencies steel beyond the reach of kearns state of the art mittens. Ya the fact that your work has heuristic involved is what actually i attracted me to it. So maybe we should talk about the elephant. In the room a computational complexity what would it be like to try and solve one of these problems in a sort of a rigorous complete surly brute force but in exacting method. Maybe conceptual it's Quite instructive to think about how you could actually solve this kind of problems in this brute force manner typically have you have your set of agents than each of the agents has some possible actions that they can take and as a result of taking some of these actions. They're going to perceive that in some observations from the world or or the environment. You can kind of see the when you have multiple agents acting simultaneously of course their sudden exponential number of possible combinations of actions that the agents take so. This is already an indication that it's going to be quite complicated so then when you consider that depending on the observation or feedback that beach of the agents get then they have obviously a choice like what to do for each of these possible observation. You could improve simple employees that okay. I'm i come to take a particular action. And then if i received some feedback then conditional that feedback. These is going to be my next action. You then basically have such a police for each of the agents and in principle. If you want to solve this very exactly you should look for or look at all the possible combinations of all the policies for all the agents so it really quickly get into this domain of financial complexity that makes it really challenging confrontationally. And do the agents communicated all can they may be share information is that within scope of the problem is one of the factors that i wanted to specifically consider because i think that the law of the previous state of the art work in like information gathering for multi agent teams. They tend to make this assumption that there is some communication during the task. So what what i could do. If i don't have the luxury of communicating during the task. What what i decided to do is kind of split this task into two phases. So you have this kind of offline. Phase the takes part before the test execution Are planning what they should do during the task. But once the task execution starts so deploy a robot sore or whatever your agents are then you're not allowed to communicate anymore so you have to kind of make plans beforehand decide. How are you going to act in each of the possible situation arises could we zoom in on an information gathering task. Are there real world. Examples of where your sorts of Research areas might be deployed for industrial or practical applications. Maybe one of the Kind of running examples that used in several of my papers relating to search rescue robotics. So you might want to deploy a team of robots to survey a disaster sized and maybe locate. Some of the victims might still be out there so this one example of the potential application for my research work.
"mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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Because my first fact machine is much base yet because member we bought. Carry of the macho machine. Wasn't there is all kinds of hurdles. Because she was in england so we had to just buy it here in the mail and send it to her. Yes i'm buying may have caught her house on fire by this point because i don't know that it it qualified to meet the standards. Is she going to be able to use it there because of the plug converter guarantees got should've center a converter to i imagine if you're living in england one okay But the fact the was said you told her. That was making macho from scratch. And i just saw machine is making it from the leaves. Why that's what i mean like. If you know mama differentiate making spaghetti from scratch would be like okay if you buy the thing raghu now even get the crushed tomatoes and the tomato paste and then you combine and all that from scratch so the fact that it's raw leaves in not the powder that's that's why i was calling it scratch. I get that. I'm just like i didn't take the leaves. Unlike muddle them up into a pay and then add the water. You know that would seem. I'm not gonna okay. Okay great but so look. This isn't my job clearly. A lot of people make jokes this jokes but monica. I have fallen into this pattern. Where were texting. And then i n inadvertently tax like five things. And she hasn't responded yet and then i get insecure. Then i say thank you for attending talk which is again is a well worn. Joke joke is old. How old is that joke. Got hip to it. Like six months ago. Rachel staying by the know how old it is. But it's definitely well-worn. Okay well i still really like it. And so i say to you and then last night you are in a bit of a pickle. 'cause you nervous you weren't gonna know how to fill up your car because you've never done it before and you want to know where where's the button to open the door and i said try pushing on the field turns out. That was the case. All this to say you may double safe that you don't put diesel in it and i said yeah don't put diesel put put premium in it and then you said okay but i want to put the most expensive one in is in diesel more expensive well and then i said well i'll give you a ted talk when i come over about diesel. Yeah it was supposed to be just for us. But now oh i should share it with the world. Not actually what i thought. I thought we ran out of time. And i promised you a ted talks. So now everyone's going to get okay so just in a nutshell care at all. Yeah actually do okay. So the way in normal gasoline engine works is is the cylinder go. I'm sorry the piston goes down in the cylinder and then it fills it with gasoline and then the cylinder goes up and it compresses it. And then the a spark plug ignites it and it forces the piston back down. And that's how it's making motion l. k. in diesel. There's no spark plugs so there are glow plugs to get it going initially but the compression is so fierce inside of a diesel engine that just that much pressure as compresses. The gas will cause it to explode on. Its own without an ounce bar but also diesel burns dirtier and so there are little elements in there that can also spark the explosion. The fuel itself can perpetuate the explosion. So diesel isn't better gas. It's not as good of gas really but it has a different power curve and then back to the octane thing. So what's interesting is you would imagine that like one. Octane is more explosive than eighty seven. Octane but what. I've been told maybe someone. Correct me on this in the comments but it actually explodes slower one explodes slower which gives a longer bit of thrust to that piston because the explosions lasting longer. I'm glad i stopped in. Yeah i learned something new. I definitely didn't know any of that stuff. But if you put these linen unleaded car you're fox okay. I don't do that. No so does the more expensive unleaded actually better for the environment. Please yes well. i will say this. Generally speaking all things being equal. If you feel a eighty eighty-seven versus ninety-one you'll get slightly better gas mileage with ninety one so in that respect you using less fuel. You don't even need to feel bad. Because i got you that car month ago and yesterday was the first time he had to figure out how to get i now. So you're using a tank. Tanka guess a month. I know i know i drive so infrequently but bud bud you know when i had my prius. I was filling up like every three months. Well let's be honest. You are filling up every three months. I was filling it up once a every time. I would drive it. It was always hovering above. And then i wait until the very end but i was feeling a little bit like e once a month once a month is kind of a lot and so the previous held nine gallons And would go on that for three months off this..
"mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"This might be a disaster. You should try auto racing. Just give me twenty one moldova. Mullet over. I have one more question before we talk about your new movie. Which is what a sexy makeup seen in the elevator drive. Yeah oh yeah oh were you already with your current husband. At that time i was single about. Oh that's insane was not. He is a very good looking human being as a ryan gosling stream by he the most review one of. Yeah oh. I hate him so much. Want to see him. Do stand up. You would kill it. Good great can you. Work on. Cars to is super mechanical. I bet he's the best megantic. You smitten with them. While you're shooting that tasting that was real like childhood wish fulfillment stuff like i'm living in la. I was living in a motel which i thought was so cool and romantic. I was driving myself to work in sunrise and choosing a movie. you know. It was like a matt ryan. And i just stared at each other for days on end like fairytale stuff. How would you go to. They call lunch and then you go to lunch. Cheese like have a smile on your face going like well this is. This is not as good as it gets. Right here was pretty sweet. Yeah i mean but it's also about whole film you know working with nick. He was like steve and away like some magginis. He's just going to make this thing out of their mind and they already have the film that head and you just get to sort of be. The princess stuck in the tower to ryan's like knight in shining armor. It's just the whole thing. Felt say surreal. I've loved the musical choice in that movie like everything was very eighties. What am i wanna to say. It was my favorite genre. Ever the man is a no no second firs new wave knew. It was very new way so so much of the character. That movie was the new wave music. So i was curious while you were making it. Did he introduce music at all to these scenes like did he let you in on with that vibe was going to be. I started the process of filming living in a motel and then like after a couple of weeks. I moved in with neck and with his family because they had a spare room and they editing in the house so i was hearing the music when i was coming home from work and i like saw that sort of river basin montage coming together with that song in the background. It was all very yes the music he wasn't using it on set really getting to hear bits and pieces evening. Yeah posit now your husband. I read something today that i find impossible. Which is somehow you guys. Were pen pals when you were younger. Is that hypocrisy is that real noted is real. What's how we knew each other when we were kids. How was any born in la. He was born in a. But he didn't live in random he moved teeing them and he was like six months old but we went to camp together when we were kids. No way camp and your just bros. Then or were you. Yeah yeah yeah. We were just friends and we will. We were like twelve years old. Yeah and then how it rekindle. We lost touch for a long time. We mass again in nashville in two thousand eleven like you just ran into each other a the honky tonk waffle house with a friend and he was doing a gig. In someone's house husband is marcus mumford and sons. I didn't well. i'm getting the sense. You didn't know that which is exactly why we all can't not pause pause pause so this kid from your camp like you've now you're a successful actor and then you go like a fucking the kid from my camp. He's got a hell of a ban popular band. Well yeah but yeah basically. Yeah that seems weird to me. Yeah i guess. I wasn't totally aware of them because they want. I didn't know anything about music but had seen him. It's a support band at a gig years before. When i was like nineteen and i remember thinking like oh god. He's changed because he was very short. When i knew him. Twelve your whole tool but yes now we sort of connected on facebook but never actually said we met properly in person again in two thousand eleven but then it was like the week before he played the grammys with bob dylan and did that thing. And then you know the whole sort of things. Don't for them. In america you got on the ground floor but like with a sliver of time. Just nicotine exactly. Yeah because post grammy performance. He's got time for nobody. Probably golding look crawled out of my past. Yeah that's awesome now. My wife and i think one of the pieces of glue that holds us together is. We're both from michigan. We have kind of some. Shared values shared experience or both frugal as motherfuckers. Well that's evolving. But you know in general. Do you guys have like. Is that part of the magic. I think set history of having known each other since we were children and think people do really change. Really and i felt that he didn't change. He just got all. He just got taller and he sang louder. So i suppose that and we grew up in similar circles similar households and everything like that but i think having somebody when that twelve and being able to identify the twelve year old someone. That's pretty special has quarantine. Ben is easy on your marriage as it has been on ours. I i can't imagine anyone married would take that.
"mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You just didn't want to be struggling nightmare. You can steal my advice. Because i don't really wanna encourage anyone to ruin their life. But i just say if if you wanna do it by honda because you're not gonna wanna have repair bills. It might take a very long time. It's yeah yes you can get a really dependable car. that's step one and satan wave luck to strike now. You're getting bright and bridges. I was watching clips of it today. And i just thought maybe this is my weird american point of view. But what a quintessential role for you to get. As an english actress to be in period in those outfits the whole nine yards did feel a little bit like well. There's no way. I'd just landed right here my first thing. Yeah i was working in a pub when i was auditioning for. I've been cleaner. i'd watch as a runner and a film studio for free. And i was working in a pub when i was in the audition prices then suddenly i was going off to leave the pub's go and work in a film with donald sutherland. And brand breath judi dench and it was completely surreal. That even years. After like you know still thinking. I couldn't believe that was filmed but my job is just insane. Ios watching it. And i was like you a lot like watching these scenes. Those like there's a lot options year. But i remember doing seen one of the first things that we shot was seen with judi dench and i had an. I'd real really visceral dreams about working. Judi dench when i was about fourteen and i was searching. I remember waking up from having a dream where i was lucky judy dench and realizing that it was just a dream and being like genuine ibo tional but it was real and then all of a sudden i was eighteen i was in an actual scene with her and i remember joe wright the director coming up to me after the first take of the seeing where she kind of comes into the house and wakes up and we're all standing as a family terrified of her and he came to me off the first taken said. What are you doing like. She made to actually move your face. You've got to do something. I was just standing. There like couldn't get when i was going through all the stuff you have done today. So much of it exists in a movie industry. That i'm so fearful is going away the fact that you can go from that and you can end up in an education and get nominated for that and then you can take some time and then you can through being so great. You can kind of plot out of future. And i'm wondering or i fear. That the twenty year old carey mulligan today like. I don't know what that looks like. Do you think about that at all how much it's changed or maybe you feel like it hasn't now i think it has y would have done if it was a lot now. If he would be different. I think i had the luxury of kind of anonymity i guess in the first three or four years of my career i was in the background getting to work with amazing people but not really being relied upon to be particularly good not mentioned in reviews or anything else playing those parts but i was consistently in shows with like extraordinary that i could just watch and and then fasting. I remember doing but was sort of any kind of waste on me was an episode of doctor who where the doctor david tennant at the time. But he wasn't really episode because it was choosing another episode at the same time. So i was doing that. And that was the first time i was like the lead a thing and dot felt very weighty and exciting but the festively is added plays and i did. Tv things. but i wasn't in front and center of any of them. But i think now people are just coming into this the pressure on the privacy or image the social media stuff. Like none of demille across my radar. I remember twitches starting someone you know. I had an ex boyfriend too stilted a twitter account news. Tweeting things like what is this. Why no one gives a shit. I don't care. And i'm right here. And i still feel that way but yeah i think what i would have done. I would have found it hard to avoid. I think how was your ego during the periods where you were like a banana. And you're kind of in the shadow of all these amazing people where you truly just grateful to be there or were you like okay. So grateful to be there. I wasn't ready until it was already too late. I remember when i first for my sore. An education was the first time. I'd seen myself played really anything apart from donahue and i rang my mother up crying and i watched it and i rang her up in tears saying like. It's so boring. It's stupid face literally does nothing on my face. Just look stupid and it's boring and everyone's going to hate it. It's going to be a nightmare. And i really don't wanna go to sundance. And she was like. I'm sure it's not that bad. You know just go and just get through it and you'll be fine come home and i had nightmares before i went sundance. That trump me out being boring was never like a place where i was like. No i can do this. I didn't have any expectations about film. So i felt lucky. I didn't go into that film with any kind of fear of messing it up. Because i didn't think whatever so it felt like a little university project or something. Did you learn anything from that. Did you learn. Like oh. I guess i should entrust my evaluation of myself. Gosh the only real thing that came out. That was the ability to know. Have to do everything that i didn't have to take all the jobs that came along. 'cause i what pretty much without a break from about the age of eighteen to twenty three and was anxious. If i didn't know exactly what the next job was to young before i wrap. The previous job was like next one next one. I did a play and a tv show at the same time once during doing the hypochondriac malia plane evening then in the days i was doing an episode of miss marple where i was timothy. Dalton's why it was just not you guys are the same age right pretty much. He's terribly handsome. It was a real game changer. Just having to take every job. Just look out and take him up. How did you navigate that in such as successful way because i had opportunities. I wanted money. And i wanted all kinds of things and i was very bad at it. So how do you are you patient. How did you not feel like oh shit. My moment's gonna pass. How do you turn down. I don't know james bond movie or whatever things they throw your way at that point. I think i felt very kind of about my career and wanted to make things that would sort of be memorable would massa. And my agent. Who's one of the best people on the planet. She's cooled toll bell fridge and she's been my agent since i was eighteen when the medication happened sheets at me out for lunch. I think what. I was choosing. Never let me go. And she said look. You're in this really rab moment in your career that you know it doesn't come up very often and it doesn't last particularly long but you are in a moment way you can choose. You shouldn't take apart unless you call back the idea of anybody else. Doing that is a good barometer. Yeah so that kind of became the benchmark. If i can sort of imagine another actor doing it and be okay with it. Then i would say no. I'm not so decide. Wasn't fighting for stuff. As well like i auditioned for the coen brothers and edition for things as the as i didn't get i've just been sitting idly picking new desperate. Give me space to achieve voice backs doing plays and she's always backed me doing tiny films that have no money that hardly anyone seasons that i love so i've been lucky to have her because i think if i'd been represented by somebody else. He wasn't quite say she's always been rock solid on.
"mulligan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome come up. No armchair expert. I'm dan shepard. I'm joined by monica them. Oust hello there. How are you. I'm good it's rainy here in la and we like it. Well i like it of disorder. Sad but i enjoying at more than normal. Yeah it's nice you know. What else is nice carey mulligan. She is off carey mulligan. She's an kademi award nominated actress and she's talking us. I've fell in love with her in an education. of course she was in the great gatsby. Wildlife shane oh. That's my movie shame. That's my move chambered. She has a great new film out called promising young woman. There's already a ton of buzz. Oh excited to see it. I haven't seen the end. I'm dying to park salons. set a term. Yeah okay. I love you. Please enjoy carey mulligan. We are supported by peacock. Home of comedy. Whatever you're funny. Peacocks got it exclusively stream tons of comedy hits from iconic sitcoms to brand new originals. Bears beats the office on peacock. Catch all two hundred and one episodes of the office right now. Plus string bonus extras and exclusive. Whether you're a superfan or nudist granton. You'll find something you love and if you're looking for something more classic let's say you can stream every episode of parks and recreation two and a half men plus every season of snl in the mood for something brand new checkout peacocks original comedies the amber ruffin show ap bio and saved by the bell which is certified fresh by rotten tomatoes. Don't miss all these hits plus so much more get started for free at peacock. Tv dot com and start streaming.
"mulligan" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"We are focusing on the effects of lockdowns and what has happened. Over the past year there are economic effects businesses. That have been lost. Many jobs with it there have been layoffs. There's been financial pain for many people myself. And many of you included. There has been a loss of freedom. There have been many losses this past year but one of the things i think that is not received sufficient attention and we're about to rectify that right now. Is what are known. As deaths of despair. Working paper by kacie b mulligan entitled depths of despair and the incidents of excess mortality. In twenty twenty says that depths of despair are often defined as deaths involving drug overdose suicide or alcohol abuse. Kacie b mulligan is an american economist and author professor in economics at the university of chicago and interestingly served as chief economist for the council of economic advisors in the trump administration. This is not what we had you on to talk about. And i'm not even sure if you offer opinions on this. Been in case you do as chief economist. For the council of economic advisors in the trump administration from september of eighteen to august of nineteen. Did you have any thoughts on the decisions. The administration made as it relates to economic policy economics. Generally sure Yeah it was a big change. That's what president trump promised You know he was not. He came from the outside. He was not beholden to special interest groups unions trial lawyers and those things so he had a lot more freedom Any exercise that and he. He lowered prescription drug prices. First time in forty six years for example He did Internet prices came down because he Allowed more competition Along the big companies they had gotten pretty privileged position He brought cheaper health insurance So he did all kinds of things that really upset special interests in washington because he's favorite the government had been giving them over the years And he took them away and let the consumer becoming in charge again very interesting stuff. What an interesting thing that had to be for you to get that experience a lifetime of stories to tell professor depths of despair for you to be talking about this and the incidence of excess mortality. Must mean that. It's more than we would have assumed because i'm guessing you otherwise wouldn't have been the subject. I'm is more than we would have assumed this is a subject. I've been working on for a while.
The Celtics Seem To Be Missing "That Guy"
"The thing that great teams have are they have Those guys who will bring them together and say yeah, that's the thing that for me with the Celtics over last month. I haven't seen that guy. I mean and and that anger that Marcus has that pop off lists that he has to me is valuable for the scene cuz he needs it off. I mean I went to I mean when I when I'm seeing this team, I went to a tip-off dinner. They had a couple of years ago and they had em on stage and think was Kyrie or the recording at the gala and I was born I don't know. I mean give me something that many jobs, you know, we're going to play hard and win, you know, they were going to Yo, these people are in now they they want to be excited to give me something like, you know, that's what it hold it off. As much as we wanted to you know, you you you have to play to the crowd like LeBron did that time when he went to
"mulligan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Yes of course but walsh if a woman in space and they're like no thank you want you to be a woman. Just this is just a weird thing. I think we have like we. Can you stop it. It sounds incredibly childish. When you were on the junket at the movie you are allowed with carey mulligan and all these amazing people but i do think we still have a limited imagination. When it comes to women's stories. I was talking with another podcast guests a couple of weeks ago and he was talking about his admiration for philip seymour hoffman. And how he went against the instinct and that was his philosophy. I feel like a man gets to do that. At least in my experience i get you know serviceable roles expected to have a high level of anxiety. If i'm acting off of a male lead who's casual about whatever we're supposed to be concerned about. So therefore i can't necessarily give a flippant lying delivery or something when my job is to sort of protect a storyline or whatever or to be the vessel for the audience and i love it that promising young women sort of bucks that idea carey. Did you feel that way in terms of freedom with dialogue because there were so many moments. I mean when you say that was a real kick in the i think my favorite line if we're such a great time so we had to take her poll of everyone in the cruise moms and dads because the argument was it was too strong and people wouldn't like it and i was like no. I really think we will get lucky. Editorial assistant off her parents who very sensible and they were like no new absolutely fine. Thank you emily's parents. Yes and thank you for writing such a brilliant line thank you. Hey carey and i want to ask emerald the same thing but because i've never directed i don't know the right questions to ask you emerald so i want to explore that in just a second but carry 'em asking us for very selfish reasons because they want to learn from you but you're pre production process in terms of how you work on a character and then your day to day as you're shooting process. Do you have the script memorize before. Shoot not really it's changed. I guess it's changed since. I still languish wallow in have like months and months of so delightful Stuff and then. I had two kids and then i just felt so tired all time. I just need to survive. I've said to be a lot. More structured about how i approach what. You can't have a delightful six months walking around parks listening to music Imagining your character up. So it's a bit more of a focus and thing and a lot of this was really figuring out. Cassie nina who. She was before all of this. And doing that by looking to emerald and i find more than anything on a film having absolute faith director is just you can kind of. Just throw everything else away. You totally trust your direct. A particular director in the scripts. I feel like that's just the best thing in the world and who is makes you just feel so excited work and that was i had with emerald. I just knew. I could do literally anything on set and she would make sure but it was alright and that was very very freeing so the practice was like i remember saying to emerald.
"mulligan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Happy twenty twenty one dear listeners. Today's guest are mold fennel and carey mulligan. You know emerald from her role as camilla parker bowles in the crown as a writer and producer of killing eve and as the writer producer and director of promising young woman which is now one of my all time favorite movies. I am not exaggerating. Emerald deserves at least one academy award for this film carey. Mulligan is one of my favorite actresses and all watch anything she's in. You probably know her from dr. Shame and the great gatsby. I can honestly say that her portrayal of cassie and promising young woman is one of the most amazing performances. I've ever seen because we talk a lot about the movie in our interview. I'm going to tell you just enough about it to not spoil anything. You really have to see it. Promising young woman is a black comedy thriller directed written and produced by emerald fennell in her feature direct to'real debut. The story follows a woman living a secret double life as she takes revenge against men who have wronged her. The film stars carey mulligan. Bo burnham brie clancy brown jennifer coolidge laverne cox and connie britton. I really can't recommend it enough. After talking with emerald and kerry. I'm joined again by psychotherapist. Bestselling author endear therapist. Podcast host lori gottlieb. Who has some expert advice for our listeners. Thank you all so much for sticking with us through this last year the podcast his really helped me feel connected. And i'm grateful for so many of you reach now if you have a question or a story to share. Please visit our website at unqualified dot com. I really look forward to hearing.
"mulligan" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"That i was able to attend was actually held at the new york jets training facility during their summer to service. Weekend when they're playing against the new york jets. So i got to sit into the film. Room of the new york jets listened to their coaches. I got to be on the practice field and their facilities learning from nfl coaches and it was mind blowing. You know to really see how deep the ocean was. I think that the unspoken part of soldiers decides program and in their mission is creating you know opportunity and accessibility to coach and not just a coach but also to coach at a high level I definitely think that should not be understated. It sounds like a great concept. Where how did you. How did you soldiers to sell his dissertation recruit. You but how did you run into them. And hear about their program and How are they reaching out to veterans. That are interested in the coaching field. Possibly get them to go sued. Now i don't know if you call it a training program or an immersion Immersion training in the and then being able to utilize their network to find initial coaching jobs. It's really hard for me to to speak on their internal processes not in the room with the guys but from my perspective. What i've been seeing them do is they've been bringing in some industry experts. When it comes to marketing strength training professional development. They actually brought in a couple. Two three star generals. I served under As part of their board. And you know. They brought in a lot of chiefs with specialties. To really kind of you know. Take this boat down the river forest so to speak. And and what i what i've seen them be able to do is is really awesome in. Not just my own story but for the other veterans that i went to a seminar with I know they have some big plants. Coming up The seminars that i mentioned the weekly seminars they deal that's in place to kind of create more awareness into to filling. Need that a lot of a lot of new coaches might have. And that's really just information education xs and os you know when it's applicable but i feel like harrison's really turned coded into a positive as much as he could and i actually like they're getting no out of a lack of marketing right now with the seminars alone and really excited to see what they're gonna do for the future will hold that. Thought we're gonna be right back to a quick break carrying a credit card balance after the holidays. Trust me. we've all been there. Let navy federal credit union. Help you rebounds your priorities in twenty twenty one with their ballot transfer offer. You'll save more with a low intro. Apr transfer your balance from another lender to navy federal credit card plus with nobel transfer fees. You can choose the card. The best fit your lifestyle and be on your way to doing away. With high interest credit card debt you can even manager balance transfers safely and securely the navy federal mobile app or online twenty twenty came with a lot of unpredictability. And if you're looking to save more and take control in the new year transferring your balance to navy. Federal credit card is a great first. Step checkout navyfederal dot org for more information and to apply five point nine nine to eighteen sham. Apr's based on product types and credit worthiness of dr cash advance transaction fees non navyfederal. Atm's mrs data rates may apply visit navyfederal dot org for more info ab. Federal is federally insured by in. See you all right back with army veteran coach craig. Mulligan was soldiers to sideline so craig. You mentioned High human skills in oftentimes on the podcasts. In reference to transition in veterans in going in this vein sector talking about veterans are really have really good soft skills Versus hard skills like those you know the college degree the nba. The sigma the certifications. All that stuff. The soft skills are are you know. They're not as tangible. They're not as the. Don't translate onto a resume. Oftentimes mostly things like leadership and all those great things. We learned over the years in the military. So talk to me The term you used high human skills probably another variation or term for soft skill. So talk to me about the high human skills. So high humid skills is a phrase that i it cut from harrison when i went through the seminar with them with soldiers the sidelines and is the phrase they use. I believe it. Grounds the skills more around the human interaction than it. Does you know result consequence kinda perspective that a lot of people have when it comes to should i say should i say this. It's less about whether or not something should be said. And it's more about how you say it the words the us and what kind of impact are you trying to to leave on somebody. So when we consider that in our interpersonal or action you know sidelines. We call that high human skills the the art of inspiring somebody to be and do what they want to do because they want to do it That's how we choose to work at it. And as coaches so the ability to to average military skills in kids is super important because their knees transformational of their lives. it's adolescence. pd besson's or younger infuriates. Football coach being able to to model and exemplify the values that we believe are conducive to good culture. Good team you know atmosphere. It's on us just like it was when we were ranking co or commanding officer. Yeah so you mentioned that there is a seminar coming up soldiers to sideline seminar another one coming up at the new york jets training facility First of all when is that in How would somebody go getting signed up for it. If they're interested in. Then once you talk about what takes place during a during one of the seminars so as far as the exact date. I have to check the website again but n veterans that are interested soldiers to sidelines dot org again. That soldiers silence dot org. They can go to that website. It'll be listed on the pull down tab. On their events portion you can get registered for the event. Find out a lot about the event right there on the website So kind of a breakdown for the seminar. I was really surprised i was expecting you. Know heavy doses of x.'s. And o.'s and you do get that but you really do that. It's mind blowing the amount of knowledge that you know. It's in those coaches rooms. By most gordon aspect. They spend the first day and a half really on defining winds spray shit is defining what culture is how the coach and the player create this constant dynamic. They continually influences each other throughout the course of season. And how do we maintain that dynamic always trending towards the positive regardless of circumstances. That's really what soldiers sidelines. Michigan is out. Then they call the skills later in. It's truly awesome and most of the simmers is typically like in a classroom environment out there on the field Is it more organized. Organize speakers so they bring in some organized speakers they bring in speakers military. I think when i was going to the new york jets facility for their seminar last year we had the in term head coach from rutgers. Come and break down kind of a. Qb read a system that they were using for the run game..
'Promising Young Woman' Movie Review
"That this is this was a very big, controversial movie at Sundance. This this last go around. Starts Carey Mulligan as a former med student, and she has a very particular routine. She will go into a bar act very drunk. Wait for some guy that had taken take her home to his place. And then when he starts doing not my thing, she suddenly she suddenly appears very sober. And he had the jet. The man in question is like very Uh on and she does this Azzawi discovers the movie goes on. There's a reason she does this and it involves something from her past when she was in medical school. Uh, It is very stylishly the director, Um Hamilton l, who is the showrunner for killing heave. This is her first feature film on it is It isn't really well done. It is. It is very, uh, in your face about you know, the issues of Uh, you know, we'll way men act toward women on Carrie Mulligan is just amazing in it. So
"mulligan" Discussed on The Bugle
"American presidential tax news now and well exciting revelations from the New York Times. Yesterday they person extensive reporting to Donald Trump's tax affairs issue about the about which usually fourth rights and Gob Shiite? Yes. Mr Trump has been well demurely almost coquettish Lee reticence over the years is the first president since the seventies not Polish his tax returns and it turns out that Well, basically, he's been putting the rockets into tax brackets the only into avoidance and the shows. Total disregard for ordering people and the overall wellbeing of America into the he shows total disregard for ordinary people the over wellbeing. Of America, the investigation showed chronic losses in his businesses and years of tax avoidance accent way he paid just seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income taxes in twenty, thousand sixteen and in two thousand seventeen and no income taxes at all and ten of the previous fifteen years. 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Amendment allows the press to publish newsworthy information that was legally obtained by reporters even when those in power fight to keep it hidden. So that's The First Amendment trump clearly massive found the first amendment and yeah, he's he plays a lot of Gulf clear firmly of the belief that the mulligans rule applies to amendments as it does glide to golf. If you don't like the first one that comes out, you just move straight on to the second one and forget all about the I and he loves that Second Amendment also go few your own card it relies very much on trump. called. Young. So that's the way to taxes. You just run called nothing. Yet running golf has their in. KODKA's no one else can bring themselves to watch anyone else playing. Pool. The. First. Gulf. Live. Past a golf course occasionally and I it's the only time in my life that I'm evan tempted to cat coal just these old men hitting the balls around another fronting delight yet hidden. Man. 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"mulligan" Discussed on The Bugle
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"mulligan" Discussed on The Bugle
"Season for of the handmaid's tale as in light frothy escapism whilst courtney thinking small cells expect to the end of civilizations moving more exciting spectacularly so And Stan Hey we have a beautiful to keep going joining full the nicest week of joy around the world. Fromm Australia. Phrase. Up. buglers. How you? Flowing musculoskeletal on. Behalf of Bugle listeners Andrew on. Absolutely. Not Be fine when you're listening to apply satire of no idea of never really tried it. was. Strata. Australia seems to be doing comparatively well in the stakes of of. Collapsing Wick lapsing at marginally slower rates than other major countries. Partly. Because we are not a major country that we like to think about ourselves as such. But yeah it's. It's not bad. I spent the weekend looking at some cows. And how does that work out? They looked back. Classic Classic Human Cal confrontation also joining us for Ronald closer to our the shedding south London eight mark still follow and the odd jealousy allies in. Australia. While it's just with all their, we're going to have a second why even a third way even Even if you get locked down data each out there. Wonder Oh now of can be confined to this nine hundred square miles. Oh she's just. Oh Just so miserably predictably, wrong. When a few weeks ago when they? Boys till to go out a bunch of games and the pumps are often. Not? Clearly to. Be Don't understand because the reason the. Number going down is because we've all been indoors don't be so when we go okay, I'll pick it. Took Oh, there's a trip from the time. We turned it off. Let's turn it on again and attack one police gonNA stop tricky when you turn it on again isn't it? So miserable we got. An auto fat. Yeah. But the thing is you're looking at different perspective of the politicians looking you're looking at it from a yeah a cause and effect perspective whereas politics separate cause and effect. The Coles someone else's fell on the effect is your manipulation of the statistics to prove to be what you wanted to be. On. The twenty ninth of September in four hundred eighty. BC. Battle of Salamis took place the Greek fleet under the mystic least defeated. The totally undeserved sees the I had no answer to the Greek Barroso strongly flavored cured meat sausages if I remember the details from. Lloyd. Degree accurately on this day in two thousand, eight on the twenty ninth of September two, thousand, the Dow Jones fell seven hundred seventy seven point six, eight points its largest single day loss following the bankruptcies of Lehman. Brothers and Washington mutual funds that. Seemed seems most charmingly nostalgic now doesn't it just a massive global banking collapse got a happier simpler times where you know catastrophe or most seem just lock in the in the financial markets? We can anyone foreseen those bankruptcies happening in the collapse around well, No unless they'd had one of the following read qualities, foresights. Hindsight's all basic arithmetic. on the twenty eighth of September ten, sixty, six, William, the conqueror landed. In England beginning the Norman Conquest of course, it's been downhill ever since really land in Sussex if he'd landed in Ken. a kept him out. Easy. No problem on the twenty eighth at ten, six, six. William. The conqueror landed in England beginning the Norman. Conquest it's been downhill ever since but tomorrow this we have this week section in the been a free new part by part audio tapestry. chronicling Britain from twenty twenty in the start of the Bayer tapestry that charted the the Norman Conquest, and to construct your first audio panel of the history of Britain twenty twenty onwards construct your own seen from the following component parts a smuggler sitting on a throne, a group of fawning courtiers a sinister looking old man, a crowd of people holding their heads in their hands in despair a not looking virus, a confused dot and a very disappointed baby. Section in the bench. Top story this week. Well, let's let's let's just have a closer look..
Honeybee venom 'kills some breast cancer cells'
"Australian. Researchers have discovered that honeybee venom can quickly kill aggressive breast cancer cells. This new research comes from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research in Perth and was published in the journal Nature Precision Oncology. In addition to killing one hundred percent of triple negative breast cancer and H. E. R. to enriched breast cancer cells within an hour. The specific concentration of the venom was also found to reduce the growth of tumors in mice when combined with existing chemotherapy drugs. The key element in the venom is called Mulligan and actor Sierra Duffy. Search as part of her PhD told ABC quote what the military does is actually enters the surface or the plasma membrane and forms holes or pores, and it just causes the cell to die and quotes. Duffy has found that honeybees from other parts of the world produced similar results, but that bumblebees did nuts. In addition to extracting the venom from honeybees they put to sleep. The scientists also experimented with creating a synthetic form of bulletin which had the same affects. And we'll scientists asked about the research. Agree it's an exciting development Dr Duffy. Herself is quick to caution that it is far from being considered any type of treatment or breakthrough. She said quotes there's a long way to go in terms of how we would deliver it in the body and you know looking at toxicities maximum tolerated doses before it ever went further and quotes. And interesting footnote here, April therapy or the use of bees for medicinal purposes has been on the rise. In recent years. It technically dates back to hippocrates prescription of be things to treat various maladies around four hundred, sixty BC. But took off again as a form of alternative medicine a few years ago and when I say Alternative Medicine, I mean Moseley people getting intentionally stung just like hippocrates in the hopes that it would treat any manner of ailments. And just because medical scientists are now experimenting with the use of Melinda for various treatments even beyond just this one study that doesn't mean it has actually been proven as safe or effective use. Especially when it's not being extracted and prescribed in the lab. So please don't go try to get intentionally stung or at least don't blame me if you do.
"Dissolve one packet of Lemon Jello in one can or one cubes worth of Beef Bouillon. Add lemon juice and allowed to cool. Add three hard boiled eggs diced. One Cup diced celery. Half an onion grated one cup miracle whip and one can of corn beef chopped chill until set slice and serve congratulations. You've just made corned beef luncheon salad. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Use It up where it out make it do were do without my grandmother would say. I thought that was clever saying from her side of the family but it was actually a slogan from World War Two encouraging the public to use fewer resources so more could be diverted to the war effort. We're all getting a taste of that as we're hunker down unable to shop at the spur of the moment and much more limited in our choices when we do thankfully we do have precedent to fall back on after all people are still alive today it through the Great Depression children. The roaring twenties came to an abrupt stop with the Stock Market Crash of Nineteen Twenty nine which saw billions of dollars evaporated into thin air. The crash wasn't the sole cause of the Great Depression. There were things like the dust bowl wherein incorrect farming methods turned the fertile American planes into a desert but the crash did act to accelerate the global economic collapse by nineteen thirty three. Nearly half of America's banks failed and thirty percent of the workforce was unemployed. You had to make the most of what you had and you had to get good at that fast to women. Help struggling homemakers to be able to feed their families. Eleanor Roosevelt an aunt. Sammy beginning in nineteen twenty. Six and Sammy had a popular weekday. Radio show called housekeepers chat about cooking and other domestic concerns as well as chitchatting about whatever else was going on at the time and Sammy was very popular especially in rural areas. Thousands of people wrote into her for recipes by nineteen thirty to one hundred and ninety four stations broadcast aunt. Sammy show and she published aunt. Sammy's radio recipes. Parenthetically the Great Depression Cookbook. It would be the first cookbook published in Braille. Interestingly enough though I struggle to think of how difficult it would be to cook on wood or old timey gas stove without good eyesight on Sammy's recipes. Were meant to be simple healthy and easy to cook. She's even credited with helping Broccoli. Find widespread acceptance prior to which it was only found in insular Italian neighborhoods and Sammie helped many wives and mothers through the Great Depression but once that was over then country was back on its feet. People lost interest. The show was cancelled sometime in the nineteen forties. Though sources don't agree when exactly. There's one other fact about aunt Sammy. That's worth mentioning. She didn't exist in the latter half of the twentieth. The Department of Agriculture Bureau of Home Economics created a wife for uncle. Sam The on creatively named Aunt Sammy. The character was voiced by different women at each individual radio station that way the listener would hear an accent similar to their own and feel more connected to aunt Sammy. Three women worked behind the scenes at the USDA to prepare the script each week that all the regional aunt. Sammy's would use fanny Walker. Contested Recipes Josephine. Harmful wrote the chatty portions of the show and Ruth Fan demine coordinated all of the Menus and recipes. The other woman who guided homemakers through was the very real first lady. Eleanor Roosevelt. When Franklin Roosevelt entered the White House in Nineteen thirty three? A record number of people were hungry but being president is not without its perks and the first family eight well even extravagantly while people stood inbred lines. Eleanor Roosevelt. Who didn't know how to cook realized that the way she and the president ate in the White House had the potential to influence and even help the nation through the depression. She hired an acquaintance. Henrietta Nesbitt whose husband was out of work to be the new White House housekeeper housekeeper at that time more like how we use the term homemaker today and not as we use a euphemism for cleaning lady. Nesbitt and Roosevelt retooled the entire kitchen installing modern appliances and coaxing the skeptical White House staff to use them. This was the first kitchen in America and it wasn't even sanitary recalled. Nesbitt in her memoir. Meanwhile Eleanor turn to home economists for menus that would balance nutrition and economy the healthiest recipes in the world wouldn't help people if they couldn't afford the ingredients what's more she resolved to serve these humble dishes in the White House. Her efforts were covered by national newspapers and followed closely by housewives. There was a catch. These nutritious economic meals were awful. The first kitchen was turning out some of the most unpalatable meals in modern memory. The president himself was usually the test subject for these new dishes and he obligingly choked them down. Things like deviled eggs with tomato sauce and prune pudding in place of lavish dishes. The White House table was the stage for things like Spaghetti with boiled carrots. Cold jellied billion and bread and butter sandwiches served so much mutton that being grown sheep which is cheaper than lamb. Because it's much tougher that it became a joke throughout Washington. The first lady experimented with foods like milk corno a mix of dried milk powder and cornmeal developed by Cornell University milk. Porno could be eaten as a gruel like dish or worked into recipes. I was not brave enough to research. What those recipes might be. The bland meals became so notorious that visitors to the White House would eat before they went nutrition. Not Taste was paramount in the time of soup. Kitchens and bread lines and eleanor. Roosevelt was trying to use her table as a way of encouraging and inspiring other Americans to get through this uniquely challenging historical moment. It was just as well they got used to eating a limited range of food because FDR's presidency also included World War Two and the Roosevelt's eight rationed food just like everyone else Roosevelt's White House eight modestly in an act of culinary solidarity with the people who were suffering. Jane's Eagle men. The CO author of a square meal told The New York Times. Here's a sampling of menu items. The first family and the public general might have enjoyed in massive bunny ears spaghetti with carrots and white sauce. The sauce was basically just milk. Meatless loaf made with peace oatmeal peanuts. Rice and or cottage cheese. Whatever you could get your hands on Mulligan's stew any animal. You could kill or find dead with whatever veggies you could manage or anything. That would keep hungry. They for a few hours without killing you like sawdust. It was reportedly created by the massive homeless population during the depression. Where people in homeless or migrant worker camps would pool their resources so that everyone could eat none of my sources mentioned where the name Mulligan might have come from. We do know the name origin of another STU. Hoover Stu Herbert Hoover had been elected just in time for the crash. But Unlike the Roosevelt's he continued to live the good life in the White House. Shantytowns BECAME HOOVER. Villes and the soup from soup. Kitchens became hoover stu the weirdest one of all and this report is opinion was peanut butter in baked. Onions was a whole onion hollowed out stuffed with peanut butter and baked. Just because we have two things on hand doesn't mean we should eat them at the same time as Eagle men succinctly put it. Peanut butter has nothing to say to a baked onion. Some recipes sound like they shouldn't work but surprisingly do like mock Apple Pie. Apples weren't readily available. But Americans weren't willing to give up their conic Apple Pie. The apples in mock apple pie were actually Ritz crackers and it worked. If you're not already familiar with Youtuber Emmy made in Japan. I'll link her hard time series in the show notes and on the website. She all kinds of dishes from times of deprivation including hot water pie grapefruit. Peel steak toast soup. And even the Haitian dirt cookies which you can hear more about in episode number ninety four. My name is mud while we can be grateful that recipes like ketchup soup and peanut butter and mayonnaise. Sandwiches are behind us. Some food created during the depression is still with us. Meatloaf is a comfort food classic and shaping food into loaves go to during the Great Depression. The same goes for casseroles which were a good way to use up odds and ends or to mask less palatable ingredients the depression also gave us the mother of all comfort. Food Kraft Macaroni and cheese or kraft dinner for my friends up. North in Nineteen thirty seven craft heard about a salesman from the tender Roni. Macaroni Company of Saint Louis. A Scottish emigrant aimed grant Leslie going rogue and selling his noodles with packets of greeted kraft cheese attached. They hired him to promote the concept and started selling it for nineteen cents for four servings.
"mulligan" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show
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Licence plates, education fights and other dispatches from Doug Ford's Ontario
"This is one of those bizarre little government. Screw that probably happened on some level to every single government anywhere on the political spectrum is an embarrassing sure. But it's also not a big problem is screwed something up you've vixen. You apologize annual move on. It's the kind of screw up that only sticks around because it says something about the bigger picture and it says something when you refuse to acknowledge that and you won't answer questions as you guys. The Media WanNa stick in this little downtown Toronto bumble and start worrying about little things in this respect from them in my opinion first nations right today worse. So welcome to year. Two of Doug Ford's Ontario where alongside the big issues like teacher strikes autism funding and pandemic preparation. We also have license plates. But you can't read and look the plates will be fixed. It'll be fine but this could have been a one day story and instead it's a three week story. Because the first time the issue was raised we got us. We have worked with our key. Stakeholders and our plates are readable. And that right there is how a small story becomes a big one. And that's why it's worth taking a look at how it happened. In a look at the bigger picture and Ontario rating and discussing the government. It's trying to balance a of spinning plates. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big store. Cynthia Mulligan is the Queen's Park reporter at City News in frequent guests. During at least this administration I Cynthia Jordan. Why don't you tell me as we sit here today? What is the Ontario government dealing with? Like what issues are kind of swirling around them. Well license plates are a huge one. I mean license plates have just turned into a boondoggle fiasco nightmare for this government and it it should have been such a benign thing you know. The old license plates were peeling. The contract was up and they wanted to sort of put their mark on the province so for people outside of Ontario who Like to enjoy a laugh at Toronto's and Ontario's expense told me about the license plates like start from the beginning. Why does Ontario have new license plates? And what are they well early on in his tenure doug four decided he was going to rebrand. Ontario in his vision license plates. Were one of the main things. And he redid the slogan. That sounded like you know a Doug Ford campaign slogan and he did them in colors that are known to be more conservative blue colors and they were instantly dubbed Vanity plates by the end EP and partisan plates and they were released early February and it instantly turned into a gong. Show because a sergeant from Kingston a police officer took a photo of a license plate and said Oh my God. Didn't anybody research these plates. Put IT OUT ON. Twitter went viral. Because you couldn't read them when the light is Sean on them in the dark and it became a joke but it also became a how not to handle a crisis lesson for government. Explain what happened in the days following because again government screw up right Lebanon's highland and this could have been dealt with and done in a day. Maybe two days on the news cycle except the way they handled it. It then became a much bigger story so Lisa Thompson. Who was the former Education Minister? And you know I hate to say it she. She's she's really struggled in front of the media particularly in scrums she was the one who infamously said. Let's raise class sizes because it will make kids more resilient and you know would fall apart in scrums under the intensity and listen. Scrums are not easy to Queens Burke. They're really not so my hat's off to anybody who can manage an intense scrum. She has not mastered that skill so she stands up in the legislature. Somebody brings it up the MVP brings it up first day back and it's don't forget it's the first day back after the Christmas break and instead of coming back and I think everybody was expecting you know five weeks off six weeks off. They're coming back. It's going to be nice and calm. And he's talked to you in in late. Twenty nineteen about the new calm and friendly Pc government yes. They were trying to rebrand themselves. They have a new chief of staff after Dean French left under that scandal the patronage scandal and they were really trying to rebrand themselves and you would see. Doug Ford and even when he got questions at the time Before Christmas he was very calm and he handle them very well and he didn't Bristle and he didn't get angry and I think that they were just expecting you. Know SORT OF WE'RE GONNA start up this new session and we're going to carry on with that tone and Kabu license plates blow up in their face. Lisa Thomson gets up. The minister in charge gets up and denies. There's a problem when there's so clearly is a problem and basically says we've done a ton of research no problem and then it gets worse because then she does a scrum with the media calls says that they had to replace the old liberal license plates. The previous license plates were created some forty years ago under conservative. Premier Bill Davis so it just it just got worse and worse and worse and they wouldn't acknowledge there was a problem that then became a much bigger story than it had to finally the next day or so. They're like yeah. Ok well we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA look into this and they were very begrudging about it but it created a bigger problem than what what they should have had. And what really is the problem with these license plates. I mean in the grand scheme of things. It's yes it's a mess up. It's a big flood whether it's three. M's fault or the government's fault will never know because now there's a nondisclosure agreement but what it does is add to the pile of mistakes and backtracks at this government has had to do and it's it's becoming ingrained in the public consciousness because every time they look at a license plate they're Gonna. Think. Oh Yeah. Those are the license. Plates of the government messed up on top of the Autism. File on top of the gas pump stickers. That wouldn't stick on top of like I could go on and on and on what's happening at Queens Park right now just in terms of scandal or issue after issue and what's it like down there because it it seems like it's a bit chaotic from the outside so I had somebody from inside the government high up in the government. Come to my office recently. And they said how do you think we're doing and I said I think you're trying really hard to reset the channel and be different than your first eighteen months in office and I think your past mistakes. Keep coming to bite you. And she looked at me and went That's what's going on. How is Doug Ford navigating? All this this week he gave his first press conference in a while. Judy address it well. He was doing an announcement about a road to the ring of fire that He he championed as a historic agreement. In it's going to bring prosperity to first nations in northern Ontario. I mean it's really a a very preliminary announcement in it's basically an announcement that we're going to try and do this it. Put them in front of people. It also put them in a positive place in terms of indigenous affairs which you know we've been grappling with as a as a nation the last weeks so he wanted this positive announcement. The problem was the whole thing was a disaster from the get-go I mean it's at the Metro. Toronto Convention Center in the bowels like several floors down at a trade convention. It's packed and where they've set up this announcement they don't have enough room and the audio is terrible and the cameras are on a riser looking down at the premier and two chiefs and there's a ton of people from the public who WanNa Watch and they can't because they can't see the media can't see and the audios terrible and nobody can hear a darn thing. It was terrible optic to begin with. I think in watching him because he came when he arrived he was. He seemed in a really good mood. He was smiling. I think from his vantage point. He could see how things were going wrong. I mean one chief was standing at the microphone talking. You couldn't hear a word. He was saying and that had to have been frustrating for him so I think when the questions started and the first couple weren't even about his announcement about about something entirely different which is not unusual when we haven't seen him for five weeks so he has a lot on his plate and he wanted to change the channel with this historic announcement as he
Fighting for their lives: The Ontario battle over autism funding
"Heard the stories desperate mothers somehow lifting entire cars off of their children are fighting off wild animals to save their babies. There's not much research supporting that phenomenon but if you wanna see in an action politically at least in Canada, head to Queens Park, the provincial government legislature in downtown Toronto. All of all of the. I'm lose out. All of these kids are going back into the schools without the support they need without the therapy. They need this evidence. He's cats are desperate. See couple of weeks ago. Doug, Ford's conservative government announced changes would be coming to autism funding in the province. We'll get to the details of that funding. But suffice it to say that for parents of autistic children who've spent years battling for every scrap of help for their kids. It was not a welcome. And so these parents did what they've been doing since their children were born they called, and they showed up and the organized, and they fought with everything they have. Will the government backed down in the face of that orig- on Monday, Tori, MPP gave the premiere and the minister of children's services a standing ovation. So not yet. Anyway, is there was there ever a good way to handle the autism file and Ontario has any government gotten this issue? Right. And has Ford's government, which is held tough too many reforms in the face of anger from across the province finally met, the people that it should not under any circumstances. Have messed with. What happens next? I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story, Cynthia mulligan is the city news reporter at Queens Park. She's been covering this file for years since since it's been a file. How chaotic has the past week being at Queen's Park. Has been incredibly chaotic and you have to remember the session only just resumed on Tuesday. And by Wednesday all the media here in the gallery felt like we had already been at it for three months, right? It's very intense lots of emotions I mean, lots of parents, come in just absolutely desperate begging for help for their for their child. And they're they're desperate because they think that they're going to lose all hope for their child with with autism. So take me back to the beginning of the changes to the autism funding that that started this outcry well early February, I think it would February six minutes. Lisa MacLeod made an announcement. They they were talking about changing the rules around autism therapy and keeping buying and I've stressed this. My stories no government has ever gotten this. Right. It had it is a difficult. File it is challenging and parents have had to fight. Over and over and over again for years for their child to get them the funding that they need because autism therapy can cost up with eighty thousand dollars every year for the intense therapy. So we knew that the liberals back in two thousand sixteen tried to change the wait list and they backed down after about three months because the parents were so upset and then and so they eliminated the cop on age. That's a big distinction. Parents don't want their child to age out of therapy at the age of six they wanted to continue on. But we do know research suggests that the more intense therapy, the earlier the better, but it doesn't mean that you have to cut it off. And that it has no impact whatsoever. After the age of six which is what parents are arguing for. So I'm sort of going around in circles here, but minister McLeod inherited a massive, wait list. She says it's twenty three thousand and I've been doing this story for oh my God decades and. You have kids who are on the wait list therapy for years before they get off the wait list and get their Affi that they need, and it's a massive problem. And it grew that weightless grew under the liberals' Doug Ford promised to make it better. What they decided to do is eliminate the weightless within eighteen months and give more children less therapy. And they're capping the therapy. And it's also capped based on age. So a child under the age of six will get twenty thousand dollars worth of therapy a year, and then once they turn fix they'll get five thousand dollars worth of therapy a year. And remember it's it can be up to eighty thousand a year. So parents are absolutely devastated and desperate, and they say that their child will not get enough therapy. We've been showing up Queens Park. Yes. And they are promising many rallies. I have heard that there's one on Wednesday. And there's also another one being planned for early March. Next week, and but they have been coming. They've been packing the gallery they've been in the hallways. Just absolutely devastated. And you know, they they are very impactful because they are coming and there's just up salute fear in their eyes there crying, and they're desperate. They have nowhere to turn. They've run out of money. You know, one woman was telling me I've used up all my IRA Ps. I've I've remortgaged my house, I begged my family and friends for years. And now, I've got nothing left. Can you give me a sense of the scope of this problem? How much money is at stake, and how many kids are we talking about an Ontario? There are roughly forty thousand children with autism and on -tario right now the budget for the autism file is three hundred twenty one million dollars. Do we have any sense of how long these plans have been in preparation for have have we done any has the government done any research gone back to two experts where did this come from and win. Well. It's interesting because ministers taking a lot of backlash over the experts that have endorsed this file, and I've been trying to ask her tell me, the experts that said this was a good idea, and she points to Holland, bluer view, and Chico which is a hospital in Ottawa, but their diagnostic centers, and what she did was she doubled the money for diagnostics. So it would make sense that they would think that that's a good plan. But I said to her okay? But what expert authorities said it's a good idea for you to give more children far less funding. She pointed to the two diagnostic centers as well as Aaron oaks who did write an Email in support of her and this plan, but I have contacted them repeatedly. And they won't answer my questions about it. Now about what they thought was a good idea.
Who Will Be the Next Batman?
"Did turn to the room to help me do research bughouse. Oh, great. And just went just wanna give you some of the names we thought, oh, this is fantastic. Because I feel like I'm coming little bit dry. We don't really care. I think maybe not quite a millennials like. Hi, other superintendent, Batman content. Michael Jordan came up again, Timothy Shalam came up at the decision was that he would make an implausible Batman. But a very interesting, Bruce, Wayne. Okay. Henry golden from crazy rotations who the first two words in that movie title referred, Bruce, Wayne, why not the third one? I really liked was Robert Pattinson because he's turned into a pretty interesting actor of I don't know are we gonna outsource Batman to the Brits Christian bale, did it. But if you wanna go bail patents than I have a suggestion for that. It's James badge Dale, and if you're talking about graduating, someone if you're talking about putting some what no I feel like this guy, speaking of deep state people been pushing James badge Dale on us for years. What your beds is the best movie of two thousand nineteen so far? What what's that the standoff? It's barrow creek starring briar patch co star Brian Guarany, Brian coast are Chris mulkey aware, it's just it's the best movie I've seen so far this year. It's it's fucking amazing. It's an incredible movie. If people have a chance to check that is on I tunes. It is awesome. And Dan bad sale is is really really really good in it. I got two more quickly. Okay. So because I guess this is actually circles back to your point about who's next who stole vailable for franchise. Someone suggested Lucas hedges Ben is Batman. Right. Yeah. Okay. In the one I like most is less. Let's really time that you've the breast ring swollen. No. I think I think I'll know after has had a bigger when eighty swing in public entre snus in last year than Paul Dana. Who was just everyone thought he was just that guy from those run of movies where he was that guy from the sunshine in there will be blood in all of a sudden he's just just diesel in escape at any anymore. Really good. You wildfire wildlife wildlife, Richard Ford, adaptation Carey mulligan. Got a lot of plots for that.
NFL to consider expanding replay reviews
"Always going to have controversy because the games are so important. We care about them. The key is the league is trying everything they can to make the game fair as possible. Now did anybody think of the following? Maybe just had an official who made an error. I mean, obviously, it's a huge mistake. But he made a mistake. How many other calls of this magnitude have we been subjected to not many? I mean, this is deciding who goes to the Super Bowl. So then we want to change the entire system. Okay. I'm with you. But how are we changing the entire system? I'm waiting for somebody to propose something where you go. Okay. That makes sense without it being let's review that re reviewing holding. Are we going to give each coach a challenge flag that can only be used in the final five minutes? My solution was the following. How about you had the official who was about fifteen yards away walk in and say to the official who was about four yards away. Let's get together. I think we missed one there. I think what was it play was ego because you don't want to embarrass an official who is right there who missed the call. He missed three calls pass interference helmet to helmet and a defenseless receiver other than that. You got the call, right? How many times have you seen the following? All there's three flags on the play. Well, there are three flags and they're all on the same coal. So why couldn't I have the officials help the other official there? And you could always pick it up. They it. Hey upon further review. We didn't see whatever or in the playoffs. Maybe only in the playoffs. You have somebody at mission control who was there in contact with the officials just to say guys huddle up, and you do that as a precautionary measure a huddle up we missed one. That's all. Because if I gave the head of officials Al river on a do over a mulligan.
Rams, Chicago Bears And Jared Goff discussed on PTI
"The Chicago Bears smothered the Rams last night. She'll job the Rams entered the game averaging thirty five points per game. That was left with six and B B candidate Todd Gurley got twenty eight yards. Jared goff. Intercepted four times. Sean McVay for all his genius. Got nothing. We'll bond you love defense. So are you now a at the defense can win a Super Bowl this year? I don't know Tony. I mean, the league is done everything it can to make sure that the bears and the ravens are not able to advance things. They're the best to their their best to. That's right. Other teams like the saints. And the Rams they have guys who make defensive plays. They don't make that. They don't smother you foreign entire game. I'm encouraged by this. That's a real bears victory. That's real football to me. Not fifty four fifty one. You can have that garbage. All you want. What they did last night too. Yes. The genius young coach. And he is the great young quarterback was in the top five m v MVP with Jared Goff. They snuff them. Go like it was the nineteen eighty. Here's what I'm happy for that. Let me get to the to the extended point here, which is to do this. You have to win three games to win the Super Bowl can Mitch Trubisky. Get you twenty one points when you need twenty one points. I think he could get your twenty one the other. Eight two two eight to eleven have to come from the DC. I'm going to have to come from a return going on the Rams alone again on this a couple of weeks ago when the Cowboys throttled the saints, they beat them thirteen to ten I said you get one bad game. You get one. The cat. Were scored nothing. I think in the first quarter, but they finished with twenty eight yesterday. So I'm going to give the Rams the moly get a run. You know, why they're going to get vanity and they were forced into. But here's why they get the mulligan from me. They're never going to have to play in the cold outdoors in the playoffs counter. They're not don't bring it up bears are not going to catch them there too behind them. They're not going to cat. That's what I told. You the giants. They're going to play in L A and they're going to play in New Orleans. No one they won't have say something offense doesn't necessarily travel as we saw yesterday defense. Does. So that defense on dry land in warm temperatures that defense can snuff them. Again. I don't wanna see the Rams again. I don't want that. I think. I think in a comparison of the bears in the ravens I think I'm inclined towards the ravens a little bit. Because I think their offense is a little bit better. They've honed it better with the Mark Jackson. They hand the ball off so much. They seem to know what they're doing. But these are the only two teams that can win
"mulligan" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi, everyone in thank you for tuning into the two hundred fifty second episode of wards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott Feinberg. And this episode is presented by Warner Brothers critically acclaimed film stars born directed by Bradley Cooper. Starring Cooper, lady Gaga and Sam Elliott. The Los Angeles Times says it is quote passionate, emotional and fearless close quote for your consideration in all categories, including best picture and best director stars born great fucking movie. My guest today on ward chatter, which is now but one of four podcasts that comprise the Hollywood reporter's podcast network. The others being it happened in Hollywood behind the screen and TVs top five isn't actors actor who is just thirty three, but already has more than a decade of stage and screen work under her belt and has never given performance that I don't regard as a grade Carrie mulligan, the first major film in which mulligan appeared was two thousand five pride and prejudice for her first leading role in. Film, namely two thousand nine and education. She received a best actress Oscar nomination and she hasn't stopped doing standout work since indeed she shines in two thousand ten never. Let me go two thousand eleven drive and shame two thousand thirteen the great Gatsby and inside loon Davis two thousand fifteen far from the madding crowd and suffer jet two thousand seventeen mudbound and this year in wildlife an indie which Paul Daino in Zoe Kazan co adapted from Richard Ford's nineteen ninety novel of the same name and Dana than directed. The film premiered at the Sundance film festival and also played at the Cannes Toronto and New York Film festivals IFC films began rolling out the on October nineteenth and in their film. Critics reviews of the film, the Los Angeles Times called it mulligans, quote, career-best performance, close quote and the New York Times described her turn as quote, the best performance of any. I've seen in film this year through it all mulligan has frequently returned to the stage most notably in. Levels of the Siegel and skylight that played at the Royal court and then transferred to Broadway in two thousand eight and two thousand fifteen respectively with the latter bringing her best actress in a play Tony nomination, and this year, she started an acclaimed one woman show off Broadway called girls and boys..
"mulligan" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Mulligan congratulations charles mulligan he won the pair of tickets i had yesterday so we'll give you guys another chance to win those tickets today let's see what are we gonna talk about ron johnson will be on the program you even you have cnn some people not all people but some people on cnn saying that donald trump should win the nobel peace prize no kidding i swear i thought that had been a satire headline or or something or it's just a misprint and i do believe hell has frozen over honestly because of the unbelievably historic events that have that have transpired with the strong assistance of the of the diplomatic efforts and the and the strength of us leadership south korea north korea declaring an end to a war that was that we essentially a declared over decades ago but that they had continued on and potentially a pathway to peace between those two countries which could potentially be a very good thing for the united states if north korea didn't save a rattle nuclear weapons that'd be a very good thing now one of the things that appears to have happened ladies and gentlemen is that north korea had so completely undermine the stability of a mountain in in the country were under which they were testing nuclear weapons that the mountain itself began to collapse there's some problems that that also led to their overtures for peace but certainly not without the united states was not without help in this regard anyway we'll talk a little bit about that because you had chris cuomo actually say that donald trump potentially is in line for the next nobel peace prize for actually doing something brock obama got it for doing nothing so we'll chat about that on the program let's see also on the program.
"mulligan" Discussed on The Watch
"That the same thing goes for television if you wanted to watch realistic rendering of some of the events that you see in collateral i don't think it would be nearly as exhilarating in fact it would be utterly depressing than boring but what david hare does really well is he knows that what he wants to do is have his action is going to be people talking and this is similar to what's working does somewhere where a lot of great writers who pichai skis it's having two people three people in a room talking what's happening in that room what's the what's the emotional stakes what is the causing affects the brings them into this room that's getting them out of this room the action is largely verbal he has a certain energy to his his writing that i really respond to and even though it is very very i wouldn't say stagey but it is produced the dialogue between carey mulligan's character kip and her partner throughout the first episode is the radha of you know classic bud cop dialogue shot through maybe you know british boarding school but it still has like a nineteen forties nineteen fifties in the war kind of vibe to it that's what i love i love the idea that someone is using dialogue to create an a tone for the show where most people use camera lighting said it yeah never you can you can create an emotional stakes for television show with dialogue and you can decide you know this is very serious stuff we're talking about we're talking about a murderer we're talking about immigration revie refugees we're talking about brexit but you can create the tone of the show with how people talk and you can tell us a lot about these people's worldviews by how they talk wondering if he responded to that at all in show as well i love the you say that because with the show has the grabbed me right away it has energy and it has intention and i think that's crucial to making something that is entertaining energy is right there i mean the direction by s j clarkson is really good the show is about.
"mulligan" Discussed on LI News Radio
"To cover up with the hushmoney never said he grab women by the you know what only has one wife two kids from the same woman doesn't have five kids from he wasn't divorced twice let's just put it that way cheated on his wife that we know of i mean is it just one mulligan he gets a mulligan for the first seventy years of his life is that one mulligan literally every twenty four hours a miller lite i play golf i'm a golfer not a very good golf or we like to have one mulligan pera nine holes to mulligan's around that's how me my friends play just to make if on the other bad shots at wearing a whole game we'll give you a mulligan twice present united states appears has got i dunno dreary 65 mulligan's a year every year he gets threerace 65 mulligan's for his entire first 71 years of his life is that what tony perkins to saying a guy who has always told us how to live he is always told me he's always told you how to live your life tony let me be very clear to you you've done don't ever tell anybody what to do again don't ever preach morality to me or any american again you are not getting a mulligan for this tony you get no mulligan's you get nothing zero nothing nada zilch zero point zero world dumber for having listened to your remarks sir this is a guy who only cares about himself evangelical christians who are supporting this guy or supporting him out of fear of what i don't know i think it's probably a little bit of racism quite frankly i think that they buy into this whole nonsense with the sky they are supporting him out of fear they are turning their back on i don't know thirty years of what they stood for i've always said i might have some disagreements with evangelical but they're coming from a good place you know they're not coming from a good place it is just crass political calculus like everything else in politics crass political calculus tony perkins ralph reed all you moral fighters out there in this nation me to stop talking unless you stand up and call this guy out for who he is and what he's done he gets a mulligan unlimited mulligan's ii 72 years are we giving them all again for the porn stars or the fact that he was cheating on his wife in.