35 Burst results for "Nora O"
Mark Esper Details 'Crazy' Ideas on Trump's World Affairs
"Instead Mark Esper In his silly book where he comes off as just fantastic you know He's just terrific And of course at Trump's expense And so he's on 60 minutes with Nora O'Donnell who we read is getting on thin ice and it probably doesn't get along with some of the staff In her building I'm guessing That's what they say Let's take a little listen so I could cut 18 go It's important to our country It's important to the republic the American people that they understand what was going on It's very consequential period The last year of the Trump administration And to tell the story about things we prevented really bad things dangerous things They could have taken the country in a dark direction What kind of terrible things did you prevent At various times during the certainly the last year of the administration you have folks in The White House are proposing to take military action against Venezuela That's not crazy You may not agree with it But that's not nutty And you have different proposals coming to a president On the circumstances Go ahead Iran It says to strike Iran Well Israel wanted to strike Iran I suppose president Trump was thinking about it too I mean after all they keep threatening to have nuclear weapons and hit us Does this sound crazy to you mister proposed And mister producer
Siakam scores 33 points, Raptors beat short-handed Bucks
"Pascal Pascal Siakam Siakam scored scored thirty thirty three three points points and and OG OG Anunoby Anunoby and and Gary Gary Trent Trent junior junior had had twenty twenty two two apiece apiece leading leading the the raptors raptors to to a a one one seventeen seventeen one one eleven eleven victory victory of of the the box box Fred Fred vanvleet vanvleet added added nineteen nineteen points points for for the the raptors raptors who who improved improved to to eighteen eighteen seventeen seventeen Milwaukee Milwaukee was was without without head head coach coach Mike Mike Budenholzer Budenholzer due due to to health health and and safety safety protocols protocols and and was was minus minus Yanis Yanis intend intend to to Cooper Cooper because because of of a a non non related related covet covet illness illness Chris Chris Middleton Middleton led led the the bucs bucs with with twenty twenty five five points points Jordan Jordan Nora Nora tallied tallied seventeen seventeen Andrew Andrew Holiday Holiday Inn Inn DaMarcus DaMarcus cousins cousins each each had had fifteen fifteen points points I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies
"The story of the day is this. Not that this happened, but how it was covered. The deputy Asia editor of The New York Times Carlos tejada. I know you know all about this. I just didn't know if you would think I would make that the top story of the day. Carlos sahade was the deputy Asia editor of The New York Times. He was stationed in Seoul Korea. And he died on Friday at a hospital in Seoul. He was 49 and completely healthy to the best of our knowledge. This is The New York Times coverage. Ready? His wife, Nora teha, said the cause was a heart attack. All right. Cause was a heart attack. This is from biz PAC review. What is the. Orientation of bish review? Centrist is such a thing as a centrist site. Okay. New York Times editor 49 dies of heart attack one day after posting that posting that he got his booster shot. Carlos to how to deputy Asia, Asia editor for The New York Times, reportedly died from a heart attack one day after receiving the Moderna booster shot. According to his social media account to how the previously received two Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine shots. In breaking the story, locked down and vaccine skeptic, Alex berenson, himself an ex times reporter, who was permanently banned from Twitter, and is now suing the platform as a result, asserted the following on his substack page. On December 16th in Seoul, South Korea, to how to receive a Moderna mRNA slash LNP booster. No clinical trials have ever been conducted to examine the safety or efficacy of mixing various types of these vaccines, and Carlos did not give informed consent as the consent form was in Korean, a language he could not read.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Is Building an Army of IRS Auditors
"Ladies and gentlemen they don't need 85,000 new auditors to get billionaires and millionaires There aren't enough billionaires and millionaires for $85,000 It aimed at you and I'll prove it to you again Because they want every transaction involving $600 to be monitored by the Internal Revenue Service That's not the case right now $600 Well you're not going to catch tax cheats with a $600 transaction This is just a way to get the foot in the door so they can spy on you and threaten you That's what we're talking about So here's Janet Yellen on CBS evening news last evening And she's asked about this by Nora O'Donnell Let's go to cut 8 Go You want banks to report transactions of $600 or more That's what the IRS wants Does this mean that the government is trying to peak into our pocketbooks If you want to look at $600 transactions Absolutely not I think this proposal has been seriously mischaracterized The proposal involves no reporting of individual transactions of any individual Look yes it does What are you talking about Yes it does A $600 transaction They want to be able to Monitor it And the banks have to report it What is she talking about These people on this administrator they lie worse than your typical American Marxist
Minnesota Vikings vs. Cincinnati Bengals Highlights
"Versus cincinnati. Joe borough wins this. One with about twenty seconds left in overtime. It was a play that minnesota said they knew was coming. They practice it. they just couldn't stop it. Are we worried about the vikings nora. Yeah don't tell people that. I don't say that out loud guys. It's not a great. Look the vikings. Have a lot of issues here in particular. I think they probably really hope that christian dera saw recovers from his grand jury pretty quickly because they could have used help on the line so the couple of things number one job omits. Big ten froze. I knew he would. I always believed in borough. I'm so happy for that. That that whole core. They're like i just. I just said a lot of things that were a little bit optimistic. And i'm happy to be proven right. I think that process tangles process. Take i just. I'm excited about that. They should be extremely worried. Minnesota has has capability
The Life of Historian Gerda Lerner
"Hedwig crohn's stein was born. On april thirtieth nineteen twenty in vienna austria to robert and alana cranston hers was an affluent jewish family. The defied many of the norms of the time for starters. The family's money came from one. Gert is father used her mother's dowry to open a successful pharmaceutical enterprise. Gerdes mother was a bohemian artist. Who encouraged sexual freedom and vegetarianism has it. They're vastly different lifestyles. Robert and alana had a contentious relationship. The lava knew that. If she asked for a divorce she would lose custody of gerda and girders younger sister nora so alana and robert agreed that they would lead separate but discreet lives under the same roof. Gerda and nora had to make appointments to see their mother who was relegated to a single room separated from the rest of the apartment ilana enjoyed avant-garde art and had many young suitors while robert had a separate apartment for his mistress being a witness to her parents. Unorthodox arrangement exposed girded a female independence and caused her to question. Impose societal norms as gerda got older. She flirted with cultural and political radicalism
"nora o" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Nora blurted out. I'm mom's a bitch and she needs to go to hell our sh- harsh but her friends barely acknowledged nora's harsh outburst pursue heard of before. Yeah likely then. After the girls left the bedroom nora saw boy she liked and thought she would meet up with that night but he'd brought another girl with him. Nora approach the boy named perry and the girl who was with him and she in perry get into an argument which ended with nora slapping him in the face after they were kicked out of the house. Nora's group went to the italian fest. But italian fest had not improved her mood. The lord tabs the weed and the beer was making her feel drowsy and of course she was unhappy. Everyone wanted to checkout party midtown. But then she realized she was just tired of hanging out with these people so at twelve ten ten minutes after midnight. Nora got a call from her mother and her mother was furious that nora had defied her again going out when she was grounded. Nora listened is her. Mom promised more crackdowns more repercussions for her behavior. Jennifer finally pulled nora. She was going to go to bed but she expected her to come home immediately. They were going to church in the morning. Nora told detectives the next day that that was the last conversation she had with her mom after leaving. Perry's house at midnight. Nora had persisted in calling a cellphone asking him to talk about getting back together. She told perry that she was on her cell outside our house. Smoking at perry ignored several calls and when he did answer finally his very short with nora o. After i he brought a date to the party probably already had plans with her yes. She wasn't really catching the vibe correctly. Apparently not or she was just really upset and couldn't let it go so text message to perry at one thirteen in the morning. This was nora again saying she wanted to be with him and talk about their relationship..
Trusting in Change With Clement Njoku of ‘the Mentors Square’
"In nature experiences change so there is always the subtlety of change so when you podcasting and you having going for some changes. It's normal it's normal. That's the false initial stage people men or listen to you is no matter at the initial time. You may not have enough audience but keep moving. Keep picking kit touching lives decor should be to add value to people the cushion to make people better decossa. Beat so nick. People beautiful nature is not in a hurry. My friends there are times when you may few discouraged. Seems as the results are nora. Wisconsin in never being the hori. The results keeps turning out with time and aris why in nature nature always wings may take a time nature always wings to what i will always find. Its costs yes. The widow will always prove this always happening in nature. Just follow the process. Trust the process and follow
Interview With Dr Noora Ronkainen of the Developer Tribe
"It's my pleasure to welcome to the pod. Doctor nora wrong. Canaan how are we doing thank you. Yeah thank you so much for the invitation. Like listen to your episodes. And i think it's a really nice show so joining where we go. Yeah absolutely what what what emerges from the conversation that obviously you your your own poll cost while you wanna tell us about that first. Yes oh The physical activity researcher. Podcast has been around for a Two years almost at the moment. I'm doing a sympathetic serious with the title meaningful sport. And so i think we're talking about the related themes today but so i've had like That one has been going on since last summer. And so if people interested in those themes there are some really brilliant people who were In that show as well so If you're interested in what we talk about today that might be like a additional thing at some point checkup. Yeah yeah absolutely. I'll i'll put the links to them. it's a it's a fascinating series On and also fascinating that. You've you've moved so frequently in your research. Career has not been out of necessity or opportunity. Yeah i think academic life. It's it's both lake coming from a small country like finland. It's not that you have like loads of opportunities coming up. There was sports science university in finland. Which is in your buskila and so other than that. They're on like loads of opportunities. If you want to be a researcher in the area sport but on the other hand like i always loved traveling. I was already as a ma student. I spend a year as an exchange student in prague and then like a bit later on with my second loss though. So my i. I studied theology and i- domestic rain butts. Maybe it's worth mentioning. It's a little bit unusual for somebody is researching
Laurence Halsted on His New Book: Becoming a True Athlete
"As recently completed a book trapped titled becoming a true leat practical philosophy full flourishing through sport. So welcome back lawrence and let's start out by exploring this very exciting book. I've read the first the previous trough than i think. It's such a wonderful achievement to put it together. So why did it come about. Let's start with that. Were thank you very much is saying nora is always a bit. Very nerve wracking. Sending a book out to the world. So any crump positive feedback well received so the hots back to conversation. Had some taps found a a good number of years ago quite early on his two dozen seventeen which where we talked about how nice it would be to have some kind of manifesto taps approach with feel like we go quite a unique quite pioneering approach to the development at the coast and we thought that with this kind of counter cultural aspect to it manifesto would be quite cool and then we just we back because we had so much going on anyway and then i just kind of tinkering with ideas on the way in putting it structured outdoor saw. I realized i had something. I had some structure to that i was starting to think about that was talking about the mole around. Since been specific values will choose of the kind of the come out of old about programs third not specific twenty one but just come from everything that we do and and then i started reading into as a lot of people reading into stoic. Philosophy will recently a few years ago two years ago and that was a really really really struck me that story. Plus as a practical philosophies of loss of life it's not theoretical in to think deeply about the world and the exists existence is a way being in the world. And so i kind of put into together and i read. That could be really nice. Way of making practical philosophy spoilt advance. And i didn't think that the anything quite like they is it. There is a philosophy of spoilt Researches and people in that but nothing again. That was more of them. They radical nothing particularly to speak to two athletes
"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Like cancer moment. I don't need this lady up on my never. say that. Certainly not in front of like his mom or an older woman and the talks given zero sweet sweet anesthesia coursing through your veins. And like just cloudy to ignore someone's saw into your brain and and like this lady. I enjoyed it. Not at all at a truly was like i. I could die right now. This is so perfect so good so good. Also sometimes i mean we let an she probably says staff right. That you're like whoa. What is that and so funny and you leave So you don't laugh at our little like make make i don't make. He gets embarrassed if you laugh at his jokes. Oh my kids. Don't laugh at me. And the other night. I did give him. Like a dandruff shampoo kids mr gross trusted peanut butter like washing his hair and he was like. I don't like when you wash my hair. 'cause you don't even understand me and i had to leave the room so funny. It's like four. I don't what do you mean. i don't understand. You said deadlier he says the i i'll die. He goes back to. I like when she swats my hand away from her and stuff like that for you. You could do better. I'm like this. Is the first thing i can figure out about that. She doesn't want me. Always touching some people might. Yeah i could a reassuring hand when she's playing with new friends. She's like fucking. I don't need this guy. Anywhere near my. It was just like all gave to take your shorts off in front of your mom and old lady. So yeah and you did it. I did giggling. I did it while giggling. Okay just one of the best one central fair central central experience. Well let's get out of here nor thank you for having me. Thanks for doing the first for his in person or you made it weird of twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty one. It's been over a like a couch. That's great good. People have a deep seated. Love dare you giving burn it down. Burn it down with you. Keep it crispy. You were delightful. Thank thank you thank you keep it. Crispy don't marry t some criminal getting perfect. I'd absolutely need approval. I will say a standalone. You want like five takes or give me okay keep it crispy take to keep it crispy ooh right keep it crispy definitely the third one third one thank you thank you crispy spain..
"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Cell underrated. That was a great great album. She gets swallowed by that. Snl thing also. It was nepotism. I mean you know like yuck yeah some little bit a little bit. But she had a great. I love reality. Tv and they love old mtv reality tv in her reality. Show is absolutely yeah. It was about her making her almost perfect marketing because to launch album. They showed you making her album. And that and the the single was the opener for the show and so you already predisposed album. You see what their because you saw her. And she was paired with ryan cabrera. Who was like her boyfriend. But i don't know. I think he had a song called. Wow brera of the ryan. Cabrera ryan's that type of spaghetti. Cabrera's the sauce of the ryan. Cabrera i don't want don't tell me ryan cabrera's. I'm trying to remember this ad things. I could sing that whole song. Ryan cabrera right. He had one song. Gimme gimme a little on the way on the way. And i and you save me from myself. And i won't forget the ways you somethin'. I almost who i know. This is a save me fae from mma. That was him ma in san montano opponents. Tom potato cheers. I know that's yeah any at the really spiky hair it was just a mosey now hooker. He was i think. Just a plucked from obscurity of florida cam. Just going almost probably shit sugar was probably not dissimilar am gonna be an old town and they didn't have a spot for him and so there were like this is find. We could do it forever instead instead you you will leave my home. Thank you go no. I'm loving it. And i feel good when my dad wanted people to leave you. Just start vacuuming. I love that. I always wanted to make t shirt that says. Don't talk to me before my coffee and then underneath in parentheses that says i don't drink coffee to mean for grad and not mean enough for jessica can't give it to them. What is you know this question. That's coming the hardest time. You've laughed time. You've laugh the hardest. I'll guide it doesn't matter i'm going to give you a few problems okay. Someone fell You were still we got. I got so many times therein. But i've never i the entire time with him. I never stopped laughing including like when he was dying he was still so funny so wonderful but before we knew that he had i feel like joking is from the same place of we all die. It's like an admission and it's an acknowledgment of like this is insane. We should be silly so we should laugh. Right is oh of course. He was funny when he's funny and like so as soon as he got his chemo pills. He'd be like gonna take my chemo gratiot or like he'd like greasy like she. Can you take my pills. Can you take makino pills. Take my songs easier pills. It's bills bills bills by destiny's child try to stay with okay all the single ladies that's beyond to ten years before But he was like going under anesthesia for like his first brain surgery in the nurse was like i mean inner sixty is probably white hair only could be and aunt to a soup. An aunt aunt of some sort end she was like oh and you have to be totally naked under your garden. Like she's like so you know if you need just like do you need me of you. Like he's like noritake mercer this lady getting alabama. Dick mom was there is a professional beaumont. Serious.
"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"This little brother like here is this is just so so wonderful and so sweet and i love to see them often but we moved houses and i went through all the boxes of stuff. And there's photos of like matthew with his first wife and things did not end well with them. But i'm like oh look at. Here's yarn you're young and you're happy and someone loved you and i love that. Someone loved that version of you. I do wanna give a shoutout. There are people who you can't do this with you can't do with everyone. Meaning i dated a woman who really taught me how to be jealous and was jealous. And then she'd have almost like jealousy traps like pictures of her ex boyfriend's up on the wall and at first they didn't bother me. Because i was like more young and open and fine and then like as i was inducted into the toxic kind of nastiness of their sub levels of the relationship. I it made me feel unsafe because i learned. She doesn't trust me way too. I guess i shouldn't trust firm. Can you take this photo down. So i just wanna say like yes. It shouldn't be something we force but hopefully you can be in a relationship. That's open enough on other more fundamental levels that can then lead to the fruit of. I don't mind finding a photo of your ex husband point out. I mean there. Don't jump there you don't then don't do and you can honor that but don't fake it don't fake like with with value. Feel so safe in a million ways that you then go like. I'm so happy to someone loved you. Don can't jump. They're not there. When i when i met erin he had just broken up with his girl his only other girlfriend besides me and they were together for ten years and she is so beautiful. She looks like mandy moore. But she's six two so already. She's taller than me mormon. She's got maybe more than more mandy way. More for more and many more is like sort of felt like she's like five nine tall where my kids like. 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This song mini mart. Oh so katie was so beautiful and it was so jealous immediately. I was so jealous. I was like. Oh but you've already like an. It's her and she She's all the things that i wasn't right like she was good at volleyball. College volleyball not improved. Just as good award you got a scholarship to play sport. It wasn't good at your taller than me. Like a tiny little now is like a little baby knows. That's my dad's nose description. Ten police i would say tall blonde lanky known that to mean one link new limbs. Good teeth right similarly. Yeah you've it's the evidence of orthodontia is what you're seeing. Yeah i wanted. I didn't psychopaths anyway. You didn't have a pacifier. Oh yeah no me. Neither nipper better not for two nips. That's all i wanted. No fake nip couldn't get was. Yeah i was an entrepreneur at heart. I was a real. I'm not gonna to fake chicken hundred milk or better milk or better. Thank you guided ups momma cow. My mom had someone in you have to do. They lactate all three. I doubt it maybe. Jk science is gonna need the boom land the nipple. She gets the awesome. Yeah it's slumming is the boob. Yes 'cause water in the milk. Is the water back to my plumber. Grandpa and his doctor brother could've told you that they were same work. They were the same. They were doing the same thing he was doing. The plumbing of like the inner gastro system. Yeah okay so and you should have been jealous. Because she had a little knows. Yeah so jealous of her and then aaron diagnose like oh like as he was dying even get katie here. Katie should be katie. Should take to. She is like she's got all these you that i'll never have and that'll and i'm so glad someone has that you know gotree breath that jewell album pieces of you so you could honestly that was a formative part of middle school for me. I was like wow music. I'm sorry. I just need to buy a cd. And again. i think jules lovely but she was lovely in a left of center way. And i was like this tom about yeah. It was not not the teeth i shouldn't imperfect teeth teeth had something to do with it Yeah you're right. I think if she had perfect teeth with. I'll just be like what a babe. Yeah but i'm like but we like shape because she's she's haji mighty teeth. Yeah guess he's interesting. He's interesting because you're like well. Artistic look at those. Obviously obviously we do not have artistic deep like you look at us. And you're yeah. I dunno drive me to the airport admob. Driving to the airport. I will pick up from my pleasure. Absolute happily text back link to uber with no other one time a friend of mine in job in this. They were writing on a tv show. Asked me for pick up at the airport. And i said Staff writer still makes six grand a week. It was a while ago. I was less. I was loving. Okay let's get outta here. Yes no is it. It's a little piece of pieces of you. Yeah that's ashlee. Simpson that's jewel. The album is called pieces of you pieces of me. 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"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You didn't but exception like things happen to other people on your other people and they'll try and and the one love thing i it's a leading question but it seems like you do feel i really love to watch the tedtalk right afterwards. I want me immediately in order to do the same. I i want to go up. Because i do think it's the same thing i think there. How could it not be ruled true. It's like finding something true buddhism and finding it endow azeem true. This truth it is true. Love is love. Yes one thing it ended love. The you guys feel is the limit allen. I feel yeah. We're all borrowing from the same. Well the endless and it's an it's endless and i have to explain that to like you know our our children like i have an eight year old now and he's that's a child i had with aaron and then matthew came to you merge that and then a little like one more piece of organic growth and i and ralph for me an only child to have middle child ralph and sounds like something that would happen to a row was an only child. Noma middle child sucks. It sucks to be route dance. He's gonna listen to this he's gonna lafleur it. Sucks ubi It's choubey ralph can play that whenever something doesn't go your way i'm gonna rip that and put it as his inter music on the podcast. He makes on his ipod touch records. There's a little kid. I just saw invited me to his podcast. But he's he's like twelve and emailed me and he was like do you want to do my podcast and the date was literally like twelve months away year but it was like he was like. Do you want to do my podcast on thursday. Twenty twenty two. It was like buddy buddy. Maybe i don't. I can't tell you tomorrow is not promised. How busy is this kid. He's like are trunk route. That's what i say about first of all to valve. She listens to those one. I say that she's a true town. I don't want but that's my point isn't that point. It's not diminished. Also true talent and val is. The first person i've watched plus but the point the point is still there valid. It's val aid thousand eight. Do you search for validation. there need need it. Let say mentor. I'll listen to this episode. She might validate that conan pocket. Well that's a good example. You can't like this. Podcast and conan's podcast. Yeah you can't you can't you can't. Yeah but that's that's the mentality not just with love with somebody else like has. I don't know it's hard but it's and it's hard to maintain like. I feel like that. Sort of awareness is like peeking through a keyhole and sometimes it shots and i felt that the minute aaron died i was like it all make sense. You know like it was like a very like sort of a very ramdath like where is exactly where we are in the universe a see that we are also connected. I see like there's nothing to be afraid of and like the veil was so thin for two weeks. You know and so tired you know. I stopped asking these questions when people lose a loved one. can it's two leading. And i'm often disappointed. There's no now. Now it was horrible hated at beautify the holy in like i got to tell me everything like i got to live our vows. And that's so incredible. Everybody gets to do that. You know my friend's husband left for work. Kissed her goodbye dance in the kitchen with her and two hours later he hung himself and she didn't get to do like she didn't get to be there and yet she looks at me. And it's like that's worse. I would never wanna have never want to see. It knows i cannot imagine not being there. I can't imagine not. I not to be weird but we talk about we joke. I'm like older than you. So you're probably going to have to work at a mike. I can't wait to not. I can't i. Can't what an honor to be. we want to. We want to share that. Yeah well ritchie roar coming at you. He's like god doesn't count or truth doesn't come to you through any like building or book. It's great levin great suffering and it's often missed but those things that really get you thin strips like you lose you lhasa. Huge piece of your identity as a as someone who these things don't happen to This is what jesus i think is talking about. When he was like blessed are the poor in spirit like the broken people are ready to drop the bullshit of the theater. That were all putting on and they wake up. Even if it's momentarily to this. Why again jesus talks about waiting for the kingdom of heaven waiting for god as if you're waiting for a burglar to break into your house. I'm always quoting that Because it's it's something that you stop all the games and all the facade and you're just focused on this one thing and it's just what are you if what you thought you were gone and then you're zero and as gandhi said if you make yourself zero your powers infinite and you can get connected to everything because what the fuck else are you going to do. I understand that can go the other way. It can be devastating. But i mean i would say like the devastation is in like all those little moments afterwards then realizing like even watching ralph get older and him like he lost a tooth this year rows and one like he just like popped out but it also then he was so sad. He's like my dad won't see me lose a tooth those kinds of things but like when the win it is that when you're so in that moment i do think like the happiest i've ever been in my life. Were in those moments like we're in like the three years between when he got sick and when he died. When we had ralph and we worked we did all these normal people stuff right like we leased a car and we bought a house and we you know we went to work every day and also we were so with each other in these moments because he had to take poison every night to stay alive and we had to go in and get his blood drawn and then he had two brain surgeries and like just. You're always on that knife's edge but sometimes you're aware of it and at that precipice like you do sort of like you are more alive. You're waiting for the burglar breaking ice. Yes that's that's exactly what. I'm trying to say terrence mccann. I was listening to. You can talk and i was like wow. That was a little too callous for today's palate but he was talking about how people would diagnoses. Obviously they're not lucky and he's like an another way. They are lucky. When you know you're gonna die. You have this opportunity for this media than say. I'm quoting him. Please don't feel like i'm being callous. But there is an opportunity. If i were to choose. I would rather that than the than the sudden because i would like to go back slowly. I david nick turn my buddhist teacher..
"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"That's true how. Yeah that's we're going to get back to many meryl streep obviously who's who's lady tom. Hanks banks is boy meryl streep that's the same person never seen together so many movies together. Don't they don't know either. Maybe we're not. I don't i are week. You and on right now. We might be also just mood. I named my youngest child name. That starts with q so we call him q. and we can't calm q. It you can argue like quincy jones. But he has a shirt that says q. and we live in arizona. It's not gonna you know people like acid startup young now. I don't wanna watch that doc. I started it. It's the only time in my life. That the graphic faded and that said this is disturbing. It contains graphic. And i was like no i. It works it works. You know that worn you always walk right path. There was like. I don't want hate her scenes of riots and like pushing through a barricade and like it's like one five second incident that's very rare and it gets shown shown shown shown. And then you just walk to the grocery store and you're shit could blow up. Any second is out. We're going to do here is exactly what we do. This lines pretty long or is that cue for us. Nice can get comedy. You're not a comedy person. No no weird. Yeah yeah notes of cujo. Now there were. I've never now confused. Lisa kudrow jennifer aniston has memorable in a certain. Yes way yeah her hair. it's her. it's her hair. It's the best hair ever that's hundred percent. I watched the morning show. I was like. I got to see more of it. I just have to see more of like the snow. Your valves riff on the morning. Show now i say this with full love. We have friends on the morning show. I even mark duplan. I told him this because it doesn't everybody says what they're thinking on that show. That's all they do. There's meaning it's fine born. I can't wait to watch the second season but notice that like the crown madman. These are shows where no one says what they're thinking. 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"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I'm excited for you to hear the real life ping pong and nora mcinerney. It's a really great chat so glad you're here. Hope you enjoy get into turned beds. Let get their looking. That's a computer mouse. Not a road in mouse katie. Can you turn me up in the headphones. Sorry for that candle. I lit a candle back here. Because this is where i saw and i was like. She suffered enough. She suffered enough. I'm going to light a candle and we're off and into the into the grief in grief you had sounds great. How do you sound sound pretty good. This is the candle that i would burn in my trailer for all of crashing. And do you know how smell brings back the most. And it's really freely. Brielle rican me. Because i used to sit in a trailer like park west fourth street in the village and it was really was not very comfortable very different. It's very different from being an l. A. where everything's so like and beauty and also your don't this is so fancy up my fancy but like sitting in a trailer on a street doesn't really happen as much because there's because there's more places to go and set stages and all that stuff so it was very running gun anyway. How are you so tall. The i i know so. I know she's gonna make the joke. 'cause i only really see haircut and you have similar haircut valerie. I was like it's like somebody just out pinched valerie zip and and made nora. Yeah that's funny because my son is about to be twenty and he said i just i can't tell girls apart except for some have short hair and some have long hair and those are the kinds of girls that there are third world by haircuts and there's haircuts and hairdos. Yeah that's understands in grocery like he's like ones with hair. yeah for sure. It's like either kind of hair would be fine. 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I don't wanna dry a fifty percent dry fifty percent wet. If i'm going to be instruction. And i want to obstruct. I'll get obsessed about a nose hair and i will. I have a nosair trimmer. And there's something about it. I've never bush whacked but i have cleaned nose to a one hundred percent rating like if there was a restaurant rating in my nose. It would be an a. It's been checked it out. They've got I also saw a friend of mine in a movie once. And i that and his nose was so harry and he was a little bit younger. I wanted to be like you have to think about that because it looked like it looked like the brush. Genuine teach you about that or it was just something. You notice generous question. You know so much in my life. Do you feel this way so much in my life. I feel like i had to figure out on my own. We're my dad's still doesn't appear to know about the nose hair thing but like my brother taught me how to shave their all these things where i'm like where you're great so much more fun than zoom. We're talking to go region. I would stop while you go. Zoom is the worst people talk. No i think you're mute. That's what we would be saying. Sorry shawn stacked katie. Are you there. Katie's right there. Katie's right there right there and their ideal. I don't if it's tacky to reference old episodes by did. I also have bad for skype and mike. Yeah larry is where the fuck is skype. An they blew it. They blew it. Blew also never heard of zoom amick this is ordering also there's google hangouts there's all these other options facetime facetime. Why did we do zoom. why are we doing. Why do we do anything horrible. What was i watching where i was like. 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"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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"nora o" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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Stanley Tucci on Julia Child and the making of Julie & Julia
"How the roles. Paul child come to you. We'll show. I was at a friend's christmas party. Our friend of maryland A friend was natasha richardson. She passed away. And but if you wanna talk about a great cook that she was an amazing but so we were at her her annual christmas party and said would you like to plan paul child in this william gonna make nor about junior child and i said no are you getting. I said yes. I have to to say no search and laura also. I loved julia child. In fact i wrote a book. No i didn't. I was asked to go was invited to her birthday. Ninetieth birthday or something. I couldn't go. And so that i can go but i remember watching when i was a kid with my mom. My mom was a huge fan of hers and so she's such an inspiration for me. She along with them. Insist that wonderful british air on heath on give Those two were just the most brilliant Tv cooks you know. Then were incredible. Anyway i i i just loved julia child force marilyn nora and we ended up doing it about a year later. You know you mentioned your ninetieth. Birthday ocean remember her being on larry king for her ninetieth birthday. And he says so julia. What's the secret of life to you of of your long life. And she said well. I have lots of different things in very small quantities. I have a very good time. We only right that she was absolutely right. She knew how to do it.
Neighborhood Friends: A Story and Relaxation for Kids
"Our story today is neighborhood friends. It was a bright winter afternoon. Our island kelly had spent the morning playing with her toys in her new bedroom. Kelly's family had just moved to their new house on our island and most of the moving boxes were unpacked including the boxes of kelly's toys. This was the first time. Kelly had a chance to play with her toys and her new bedroom so she enjoyed letting her toys explore their new environment. She showed them the closet in her room and the window looked out to the backyard and the shelf or they could sleep at night. She wanted to make sure they would all be comfortable in their new home eventually. Kelly's parents called her out to the kitchen to eat lunch. Kelly carefully put her toys away on the shelf and headed to the kitchen. I kelly said june kelly's dad. Did you have fun playing in your new room. Yes daddy replied kelly. I showed my toys my new room. I think they like it. Did you put your toys away on their shelf before you came to lunch. Asked hailing. kelly's mom. Yes mommy i did. The toys are taking a nap now. Great said halie. As the family was finishing lunch. They heard the doorbell rate. I wonder who that could be said. Halie i'll go check. Haley went to the front door. She was gone a few moments and then came back smiling. Kelly someone's at the door for you. Kelly's eyes widened in surprise or me. She exclaimed curious. Kelly quickly walked to the front door followed by haley and june standing in the foyer was a nora. The little girl. Kelly had met last week when she first moved into her new
Why Is It so Difficult To Ask For 'Big Help'?
"This topic wanna talk about this week. Asking for big help came as many things do from our facebook group. Facebook dot com slash groups slash. What fresh cast. Julie is one of our listeners. She asked when have you asked for big help lately. And what's the breaking point. I'd never heard this term. Big help before. I think she was making it up but i loved it. Because it's one of these things like we know what it is when we see it. Well what do you think it is. What is big helped me to you. Amy big help is. Can you fly across the country to help me right now because my spouse is in the hospital and my kid just broke his leg. Big help is Can you know me considerable amount of money right like big help. It's two o'clock in the morning. can you come to. My baby has a fever and can use it with the toddler. Yeah pick up a prescription on the way over. Yeah like shortlist. Big ask and i want to pick apart why. This is hard for us. Because everybody i think at some point if you're a parent is going to be on the asking side of big help. And on the receiving side of that ask and being on the receiving side kind of feels. Good most of the time and so. I don't know why we get so wrapped up on is this big enough. Is my need big enough. That i can ask that. It's much more painful to be the asker than i think it should be. And i think there are reasons for that. But i'm curious about that because having been on the receiving side of that two. Am call. you are happy to help you. Happy to be of help. So let's talk about. Why asking is hard. There's a book called may asking for help in times of need nora bouchard wrote that book and she suggests i like these couple of ideas that asking for help requires surrendering control. I think it means that this problem is bigger than i can handle. This is more than i could do. Right moms are supposed to be able to handle it. All juggle everything at once. Nope this is more than i can handle being perceived as needy yes. I don't know if that's what's holding me from like you know pressing call on my phone. Okay it's pride. Yeah there's a huge amount of pride that goes into it. I've got this is a big part of our
Rescuers hampered by damaged roads, more rain in Indonesia
"A tropical cyclone has created havoc in remote eastern Indonesian islands as well as in East Timor killing scores of people from flooding and landslides the storm also hampered the rescue effort as aid workers were unable to access key sites because it demonstrates the bridges the cyclone is expected to continue affecting the southeast Asian nation's days while moving south towards Australia multiple times running hills on to dozens of times and laminated village on ida Nora islands rescuers dug tirelessly to recover thousands of bodies buried under the mud and several people were injured last floods killed at least thirty people elsewhere and there are reports of at least seventy missing in the province I'm Karen Thomas
"nora o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
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"nora o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Victor step out from the back of my mind. He just kind of emerged onto the page and that was actually really interesting in terrifying. Experience was as i was writing. Victor became a character. I didn't plan for him. I didn't expect him. He just started speaking to mary and talking to her about this conversation of is he creator or a she and and you know she just a conduit for his story or is she in control and So visually i wanted to present kind of this. The experience of a writer's journey of what it is to be consumed by one story to the point where it becomes alive and it becomes real around you and you know as my personal experience in writing the film. There were definitely times. Where i i would fall into the same madness. Mary's of what israel. What's not how how to shape the story around your own life and how your own life and fax it. Another thing that i really liked was as she's reading she's narrating passages from the book and adjust and stuff to slight like pros and and and alex just delivers it. So perfectly it it just it really again makes you appreciate the story more and really appreciate a talent. That really doesn't get her. Do thank you. That's exactly the purpose of making it to for us to re contextualised some of these words in some of these scenes and passengers from the story in see them. Maybe more through. Mary's is through the creatures is And yeah alex. What's wonderful about her. I don't know if it's well known. But she's voiceover artist as hard to know that google video games and so i think it was definitely. Her voice was a big inspiration for me. In a in a lot of those passages in allowing those to come alive and yet i would give her the notes of. Try to sound mike galadriel. That's that's what you're going for is galadriel lord of the rings. And so she put on her base best cate blanchett end and this beautiful deep resonating at passages would come out and i was pleased as punch. That's great that is great. I'll tell you you're cinematographer or in was.
"nora o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"She was just even better than i was hoping for and there was just no question about it. She was immediately be person that was going to be married. Having always gone into making the film knowing that marian whoever played her was going to have to be exceptional. It was actually really hard journey to find that person but once once we saw alex there is question about it. I tell you. I love the diversity in your casting. I'm one of these people that i really don't care who plays what part even what color. They are as long as they can. Do the job you know. And and certainly jillian. Who is so amazing. As percy it was and we didn't bother me at all. And i totally i. I love that relationship. When you writing you probably wanted to to to kind of be the center and also drives the engine little bit. Besides her Her unfortunate circumstances where their pregnancy. That relationship was kind of the crux of the of the story for sure. Because i think percy represents a lot to marry Ashes writing the story both in terms of her place in society in a real life as well as you know in reliance. Mary wrote she would talk about helpers. He was the inspiration for victor. So i think she saw in him a little bit of this kind of irresponsible scientists who really leads his ego and really wants to do these grand amazing things without thinking them through and so with finding juliana. I was really happy that i had actually worked with julian a few times before i might you when we went to school together. Yeah and and. But i had never even thought of him for this role in and he sent in a tape and i was just blown away because he brought this beautiful kind of innocence. And you to the role that i think is really Necessary and understanding percy in in understanding the entire group percy doesn't pretty important things not just in the film but like in reality and but for some reason mary still loves him. Mary was carrying his heart around her neck for the entire rest of her life. She adored this man. I wanted us to have somebody that we can see his flaws and we can understand that he is a very complex person but we also could understand where he's coming from so that we can still be empathetic with marian and her plight in trying to get his acceptance on his understanding. I think one of the things i really liked was since were watching it through. Mary's is how reality blended in with her imagination. And we saw that talk about that aspect of the of the film that way. I thought that work extremely well. Thank you that's one of my favorite parts you know. It's it kind of a combination of factors doing a lot of research. When i first started this and looking at kind of anything i could get my hands on. Mary's journals. mary's ladders percy's poetry. Irons poetry South and mary actually wrote a bunch of letters in which she was talking about this recurring nightmare that she had this nightmare of finding her dead child. Come back to life. She was really trying to understand how these visions were coming into our brain and how to use them into her story and it really resonated with me. Because as i was writing this film you know. I actually started. I sat down to write a bio pic justice. Straight like you know. Bbc very cut and dried jelly and mentor. Look the pages. And he goes you know nora. Nobody's gonna want to watch a writer sitting at a desk writing for two hours. You know you wanna show us what she's experiencing and not immediately. I think there's just you know..
"nora o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at ave they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today on scifi talk. We have nora uncle. Who is the director and writer of an interesting new movie exploring mary. Shelley and also in particular with her husband husband to be percy shelley and really fascinating nor would. I really like about this movie. It's easy just to say you know it's on shudder. And you're gonna say it's gonna. It's a horror movie not to me. I thought it was a total character piece. What led you into the direction to do. A movie about mary shelley. Thank you for noticing that out. That was absolutely unintentional for us as well and in talking the shudder i think they really want to expand the notion of what can be horror as well and so for me. It really was coming into reading the novel. I was actually. Let's see it was about eight years ago and i was trapped in my apartment during hurricane. Sandy in new york. And i had a copy of frankenstein and a couple candles. So i- creeping myself out. Jesus out of myself but actually i found there was a forward that married written as well as another one by historian afterwards kind of talking about it and in which mary kind of immortalizes this myth of the dark and stormy night with her percy byron. Them all coming up with these stories But the part that really caught my eye was the fact that she was talking about suffering from this late term miscarriage and in which he started talking also about the other losses that she has experienced with her children and that immediately opened my eyes into this idea of like wait so the story that is about creating life without birth. Is it's fire woman who could basically not give life to any of her children while own. My gosh do we not know that's what frankenstein's about how do we not know that context around it. Those questions really may incensed me. I really wanted to change that narrative and remind people that you can't remove. Mary and mary's be now motherhood experiences from the story of frankenstein. Films called a nightmare awakens. And it's just or wigs. i should say. And it's a. She is just terrific in his role. Alex how did you find alex. Because i thought gee totally killed it in the role. Thank you. I completely agree. I think she's marian it in some ways you know But i auditioned all of the different roles. Alex was sent me. I as a head shot. And i saw her picture and after having seen hundreds of other tapes at that point something about her just immediately clicked to me. I looked at her picture. And i looked at her bio and i was like this girl. Better be exactly what i want. She'd better be as good as i hope she is. And i i asked for her tape in. I got back a couple of hours later and she was better..
The Weeknd Is Boycotting the Grammys
"Music's biggest stars, is boycotting this weekend's Grammy Awards. He's the artist behind one of the most listen to tunes ever spending 52 weeks in the top 10 of the billboard hot 100 lists. But the weekend is now saying Science Nora to Music's biggest night the best selling singer, announcing he intends to boycott all future Grammy ceremonies and will no longer permit his music to be considered for upcoming awards. This just months after the Grammys overlooked the Canadian artist completely shutting him out of all nominations following this snub the Grammy Award winning artist harshly criticizing the recording academy, calling them corrupt writing. You owe me my fans and the industry transparency. And the Grammy goes to critics have blessed the show before accusing the awards of being biased and out of touch. One of the things that has been very astonishing about all this is that three out of the last four Grammys have been racked by one scandal or another for the weekend, not to be nominated, either points to corruption or Severe dysfunction. Last year, former Recording Academy CEO Debra Dugan, ousted for alleged bullying filed a bombshell discrimination complaint against the recording academy, alleging the board manipulates the nominations process. I'm saying that the system should be transparent and that there are there are incidents of conflict of interest. That taints the results. Dugan also highlighting the longstanding struggle with gender inequality and lack of diversity when it comes to the most prestigious awards like album of the year. Saying those awards rarely go toe R and B stars like Beyonce or Kanye West. But instead, the winners tend to be in the rock, country and pop genres. But the weekends most recent statement taking it one step further, saying because of secret committees, I will no longer allow my label to submit my music to the Grammys. Something's wrong with that process. If an artist like the weekend can't even get nominated. It's something that needs to be fixed. The Super Bowl headliner is just the latest big name star to tune out the Grammys. Others include Drink, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj. Now. In response to the weekend statement, Harvey Mason Jr. Interim president and CEO of the Recording Academy, told The New York Times We are all disappointed when anyone is upset. We are constantly evolving. And this year as in past years, we're going to take a hard look at how to improve our awards process, including the nomination review Committee. It's ABC is Amy Robach reporting
Poly Styrene Documentary
"Today. Polystyrene i m cliche is directed by both her daughter. Celeste bell and documentary maker pulsing charting the rise of marian elliott as she was born. She saw yellow pages ad became polystyrene and formed punk band x ray specs as we know in this foam. Celeste goes through her mother's archive and visits. The places of hutch halted. So let's listen to the trader to get a feel for it. Some people think little go should have. But i think my mother was punk rock icon. People have asked me if she was a good mom. It's hard to know what to say your rebel. Today's society paulie had our own ideas. Student full fully trends. She was a woman of color in. Dc full of white middle class. men was singing. polly was singing about. I fell in love with her. I fell in. The news actually started singing. Because right we will dive right in nora snaps point. He was a big personality but as we see her life was extremely complicated on. This is as much. Her daughter's journey as police starring life story. Was that a good way in. I think definitely I think by this point. We also board like punk defecation. This point know the way. The bbc fool punk document generation. That watches him in the in the same way. That like my dad and grandad generation. What war documentaries old thing again and again and I think it's focus the that it's kind of deified in such a like i wasn't like incredible and radical umbro which it was in some ways but also rian just reinforced the status quo in other ways. Like the thing. I think is really great why i feel like the rohbock of this narrative restarted with like the vowel between book which From a couple of years ago when she you know really gets to the kind of watson order of it in a way that is much more punk than saying like. Oh we great you know like sex pistols type branding and i thought that this documentary was like a really peaceful continuation overseas. Not done by polystyrene by her daughter. And i think it's testament polystyrene like complexity and also to her sensitivity. But then i'll say for her callousness towards adulterer as well. I think it makes were much more well rounded portray of somebody and also no. It doesn't just a pain releasing on her. You know she has her own issues but it looks at how they're exacerbated by the society around like a mixed race woman in london at that time in the punk scene. There's a bit wet don. Let says that she goes and shaves her head while she's a party jordan lydon's house and when winter comes back down they just love her releasing. That seem horrendous. In retrospect i'm sure we're just kind of par for the course in in the seventy s and the other thing i was gonna say i think is important is she wasn't postponed. She was punk like she's really part of the the formative dna not very easily gets forgotten. Like when i was a teenager Bought three for twelve pounds. Buzzcocks clash kind of burundi's wound go from and see a whatever it was but it took a lot longer. It's come across x ray specs and to hear them kind of debt day fight in the way that they deserve She had a rough up. Brixton upbringing. shoes booted at school. Punk rock was a place for outsiders is the cliche but actually you see that. It's inevitable that she is going to get drawn to something that's so creative but also that she can break whatever more that she feels that she has been put into yet absolutely I think one thing that's really striking by the way that she Shared her images. While is the like. Obviously i don't want a undress will. The sex pistols did two like bridge society but fundamentally that kind of just like a boy band put together by iron. Witten really edgy branding. And that whole thing is is about dog individualism. When really it was really nothing the saw. And i think that you know. Even the police die polystyrene style for rewards more individual. She recognized herself as a cliche. And she played with the idea of like branding and identity in a way that i find much more interesting than just like sticking a safety pin on it And i think we have to use it. Today were authenticity. It comes from a very real place whether the sex pistols Taped on summertimes travis. The problems with poly seem to stem from x ray specs residency. Cbgb's in new york when they went over us punks hauled coal. There were a lot more into drugs. And i think that london it seems to say. Was this the breaking point for the band. Is this the kind of crux in the film. I think so. I mean i mean. That's the argument fuel. Makes the About what happened to the u k Members of the dolls came over an introduced heroin to the to the uk seen quite quite a heavy way otten Concur with everything that lord said about film. I think The framing the fact that it has selected celeste stories. Her as she's dealing with navas legacy in some respects her mother had had semi other people's expectations about what she should be being Star as in and being mixed race being hauled somali in britain and she's just so in the clips that they use the archive clips which from most of them from a a great arena documentary from nineteen seventy-nine he was she's just so alive him sparking intelligence on which me a very funny and in most What she's doing. I think you know how easy it is to get coal topping to the move Nexus these achieved up by the film. I descend Points about the breakdown. the failure in a way to work out. How will she is. She's diagnosed with schizophrenia. Kind of putting for bit. has serious by disorder Move into harry christmas On also in places you alluded to neglect which she treats celeste points during the spirit journey and was pursuing a common all and happened. How different thoughts regarding way with the male and female office Think about lockdown about. How much care women having to take on board and also agree with. I think that when another book that i would put in the frame is what is alvin. Is is kathy. Adams was drafted memoir of juden in other key. Figure the kind prison to look look upon pumpkin kind of liberating. It wasn't how you think about kind of male violence. Where is actually to the nearly point it was it was quite at transgressive sexually A lot of the gay pubs and clubs were up with the next to solve it. I'm so i can imagine that. The film doesn't does kind of raise interesting questions. As well as celeste father is interviewed in it on one of us and absent biggest because he died. regional manager. And pau falcons stewart. Now again. Severi seventeen seventy six. He was quite a bit older than when they get and how much care and they seem to hide it to a certain extent as well a friends didn't really know whether they were going out with each other or not. We just didn't look particularly cool Strangely enough this film from that era with hangs connor in it could breaking gloss than nyein and strangely seems to be almost so the police story in way which becomes this incredible figure And has sta machiavellian manage aaron and has this breakdown and so on so until daniels place. This full manager boyfriend Is i think it's really five documentary. Actually i think you mentioned he was a guest. Shot means the fact that one of zoe's earlier books whose how's your dad's some which is a an account to of stars children's. She's absolutely perfect for collaborator. On this end coming book as other as good as andrew. Did you like this a did. I really liked it because as as long as it's very fresh indifference it's a dream like quality. This is very much not your friday night documentary. Which begins with the stock footage of the miners. Strike rubbish piling in the winter of discontent. Yeah i've always about acronyms because hatches and didn't stop not your kind of off the pex tickets sold. It's it is a personal journey. It's quite slow and quite like i say quite dreamlike and which i found very refreshing change from the usual stakeouts poke documentary. I remember when i was a kid. I thought i thought police really disturbing because i lived in a very white suburban middle of nowhere type place and you just seems so odd and the fact that she but were shut brace on top of the pops and i now say that that is really good thing that it should be disturbed a little. You not white kids in places where i lived in in middle. middle class. spices. To encounter is person who didn't look like a boss didn't like pasta but was absolutely transfixed thing
Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?
"Okay so you just got a couple of questions. We're going to get into that okay. Yeah totally i'm nora. Mcnerney in this is terrible. Thanks for asking. And that was gina and when we get into it. We're going to be continuing the conversation that we've been having about care with gina story is a story about a lot of complicated emotions about the long tail effects of being thrust into a caregiver role when you're still a person who needs a lot of care a child but this complicated story starts in a really simple place when genus parents met and fell in love They were summer fling. Was like maybe nineteen sixty nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy vietnam war was going on. I think there was like a lot of looking for a better life. Like you know like wanting something good and they dated over that summer and then they were married by like the day after christmas that same year. So my sense is that they were kind of idealists like they were looking for some sort of happily ever after and for awhile. Genus parents found it. My mom was a homemaker and my dad was kind of a rising star in the computer science world. he was an academic. He was teaching at georgia tech in atlanta. Which is where. I grew up and so early. Memories are that you know my mom cooked and was crafty and volunteered with the pta. My mom really loved to so she loved to bake. She's a beautiful woman and my dad was very intellectual. Like i remember him reading like not totally age appropriate books to read allison wonderland to me at an age when i didn't fully understand what's going on there so much in that book didn't understand but i loved the fact that he would read that to me and he would sit down and explain to me. How telephones work and he liked teaching me about prime numbers and stuff like that at a very young age i think he just really enjoyed sharing that aspect of himself with me. He liked kind of dissecting things and thinking about things and asking questions. And that's something that. I've carried with me into adulthood. He kind of taught me how to dig deep and think about stuff that you might not otherwise. Think about gina was the second of three children. Her older brother is named allan just like a sweet sweet kid like he loved playing with matchbox cars and he would line them up. We would watch movies a lot together like he loved watching lassie and old yeller and stuff like that. If it involves a kid in a dog he could watch a movie. Five times in a row of my mom lead up every single time. He said he would laugh at every part like it was the first time you ever heard it or ever saw it and same with music. You know at some point in our childhood somebody gave them like one of those yellow sony walkman and a bunch of tapes and he would walk around the house with like headphones on and plane his tapes and singing and his very loud very slurred speech. That was like the happiest. Alan loved country music bing crosby. He loved christmas music all year round. It was just gina in allen until their little brother andrew was born. Andrew came along and i felt like almost like he was my baby from the beginning and like i think i recognized from a young age that he was like my ally and my playmates. He was you know a playmate that i interacted with. He was very imaginative. And we do the things that kids do where you like lineup. All your stuffed animals and teach them school or we would do these toy. Parades down the hallway and like throughout the whole house. Where readers just like lineup. Every single toy we own and then just like march like it was a production. The genus relationships with andrew and with allen were different because allen andrew with different. I was aware from a very very young age that i do things at allen. Couldn't i was three years younger than him. He and i kind of learned how to walk around the same time he could talk but his speech was really slurred. And so i knew from a very young age that like a lot of people didn't understand what he was saying. But i did like i kind of interpreted for him a lot especially in public so i think there was an awareness on that level lake. He's older than me. But i think i always felt older than him like. I knew that he had a lot of medical stuff. That was very mysterious. He had some seizures and would have to be rushed to the hospital so i i was very aware that like he needed a lot and there was something wrong.
"nora o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
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"nora o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"She would talk about helpers. He was the inspiration for victor. So i think she saw in him a little bit of this kind of irresponsible scientists who really leads his ego and really wants to do these grand amazing things without thinking them through and so with finding juliana. I was really happy that i had actually worked with julian a few times before i might you when we went to altogether. Yeah and and. But i had never even thought of him for this role in and he sent in a tape and i was just blown away because he brought this beautiful kind of innocence. And you to the role that i think is really Necessary and understanding percy in in understanding the entire group percy doesn't pretty imporant things not just in the film but in reality and but for some reason mary still loves him. Mary was carrying his heart around her neck for the entire rest of her life. She adored this man. I wanted us to have somebody that we can see his flaws and we can understand that he is a very complex person but we also could understand where he's coming from so that we can still be empathetic with marian and her plight in trying to get his acceptance on his understanding. I think one of the things i really liked was since we were watching it through. Mary's is how reality blended in with her imagination. And we saw that talk about that aspect of the of the film that way. I thought that work extremely well. Thank you that's one of my favorite parts you know. It's it kind of a combination of factors doing a lot of research. When i first started this and looking at kind of anything i could get my hands on. Mary's journals mary's ladders percy's poetry byron's poetry the novel. South and mary actually wrote a bunch of letters in which she was talking about this recurring nightmare that she had this nightmare of finding her dead child. Come back to life. She was really trying to understand how these visions were coming into our brain and how to use them into her story and it really resonated with me. Because as i was writing this film you know. I actually started. I sat down to write a bio pic justice. Straight like you know. Bbc very cut and dried jelly and mentor. Look the pages. And he goes you know nora. Nobody's gonna want to watch a writer sitting at a desk writing for two hours. You know you wanna show us what she's experiencing and not immediately. I think there's just you know. Victor step out from the back of my mind. He just kind of emerged onto the page and that was actually a really interesting in terrifying experience was as i was writing. Victor became a character. I didn't plan for him. I didn't expect him..
"nora o" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Now another addition of tony tomato on cy cy talks. This is katie sack off marseilles. You're listening co creators of out. At what am i promoting do all right okay. Or any three new. What this is. Mike dougherty and the fisher. We're the co creators brown coach redemption. And you're listening to us by jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride hi. i'm tim. Daly the voice superman right here on sci-fi talk. Hello i'm rodney mckay. David hewlett hip. Hi this is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today on scifi talk. We have nora uncle. Who is the director and writer of an interesting new movie exploring mary. Shelley and also in particular with her husband husband to be percy shelley and really fascinating nor would. I really like about this movie. It's easy just to say you know it's on shudder. And you're gonna say it's gonna. It's a horror movie not to me. I thought it was a total character piece. What led you into the direction to movie about mary shelley. Thank you for noticing that out. that was absolutely unintentional for us. As well and in talking the shudder i think they really want to expand the notion of what can be horror as well and so for me. It really was coming into reading the novel. I was actually. Let's see it was about eight years ago and i was trapped in my apartment during hurricane. Sandy in new york. And i had a copy of frankenstein and a couple candles. So i- creeping myself out. Jesus out of myself but actually i found there was a forward that married written as well as another one by historian afterwards kind of talking about it and in which mary kind of immortalizes this myth of the dark and stormy night with her percy byron. Them all coming up with these stories But the part that really caught my eye was the fact that she was talking about suffering from this late term miscarriage and in which he started talking also about the other losses that she has experienced with her children and that immediately opened my eyes into this idea of like wait so.
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A Simple Choice
"I'm nora mcnerney and this is terrible. Thanks for asking. This is a continuation of the episode. Just before it in your podcast app so if you have not heard the previous episode stop right now. This is not a place to start this. If you're a first time listener no no no no no. You don't get to start here. I'm so sorry. I can be slightly bossy. But you're gonna wanna go back. Listen to the episode from the week previous and then you may have this one as a treat so for those who already listened to the other episode at the end of that episode. Mark told his girlfriend. Melissa he was going to have children with her and it is not a small decision it never is but it was a particularly brave one because mark had lost his mother to cancer when he was just nineteen. He lost his wife karen to cancer fifteen years later in three years. After karen's death he was in love with melissa and willing to make this huge scary leap with her for both of them. Things feel good and they feel hopeful. This is melissa okay. Good things are going to start happening now. Like we're gonna start having kids we're gonna start the next chapter and it's going to be full of wonderful things for mark and for i a year and a half. After that conversation the two them are married and melissa is pregnant. The wonderful things are happening. That's mark melissa. Seeing their baby's heartbeat hearing it seeing it at their six week appointment that little butterfly wing rhythm of their future child. It was pretty amazing. The lady was surprised that we would see it already. And at that point. I'd still feeling like. Is this real. Come not fully comprehending what's about to change in my life at that point. I'm just thinking like things are going. Well that's a good sign. Melissa was feeling sick which was also a good sign and at their next appointment. It was ten weeks and mark goes with melissa again. He's there. He's ready to document than the ultrasound tech. She was anime bali and she wasn't saying anything but this was our first pregnancy. So i really think anything of it and then she came back with a doctor and they told us that there is no heartbeat and it looked like we had just lost the baby just like within the last day or two and we. We both broke down. We were both devastated and it was. It was way harder than we would have anticipated. Pregnancy loss is just so much harder than you realize. Until you've been there. So i i don't really swear very often but i think my actual words were what the fuck and nobody talks about like the hard part like i mean. It's all hard but nobody talks about like how painful it can mean. There's so much blood that they spend the next day in the emergency room and mark is back in the hospital taking care of the woman he loves and nobody would blame mark for pulling back and saying see see told you my brain was right. The worst case scenario did happen again. All my previous losses didn't affect the statistical probability that one in four pregnancies are lost instead the loss of this pregnancy. Reaffirms that yes. This is what they want both of them so after we lost the first pregnancy. We knew that at that point we wanted it badly We didn't know how badly we wanted it until we lost the first one the first one because they do get pregnant again. We were just over the moon. We were taking videos of like everything right away but we were terrified. I think that's like some of the first words that came out of my mouth was like i don't wanna lose this one. There's a balancing act after loss. You learn to put one foot in front of the other hoping for the best in preparing for the worst hedging your bets and counting your blessings trying to enjoy what is while crossing your fingers and toes that the future will take care of itself that it will all be okay and pregnancy is intense. Your body is three d. printing a human being. That is actually my child. Put it to me recently. And i was like. Oh my goodness buddy. you're right. i did. Three d print you after a pregnancy loss. It feels like every twinge. Every ache could be bad news and this pregnancy is different than the first one
"nora o" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I mean, he basically had I would say of highly effective PR campaign that the west largely embraced about his modernizing efforts in the kingdom. So I want to actually play a bit of tape here. This is an interview that Mohammed bin Salman gave to CBS Nora O Donald last March, and they talked about women's rights in Saudi Arabia and the crown prince went so far as to tell Nora. Uh-huh. Donal that he says women can choose how to dress are women equal to men. Absolutely. We are all human beings. And there's no difference colony shut the laws are very clear and stipulated in the laws of shariah at women were decent, respectful clothing. Like men that deal. This however does not particularly specify a black abaya or a black head cover. The decision is entirely left for women to decide what type of decent and respectful tire she chooses to wear that's the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin some speaking to CBS last March, Laura lemme ask you when you hear that what's your reaction? Honestly of I just wanna say do the minimum at least before you focus on what we wear. Meaning I really want to find protection for for for victims of abuse, which there isn't. Tell me more. Meaning. So let's say Mike case if I would ask the Saudi government and seek the officials help my only option would be to be thrown in there. I which again as I explained it's a woman shelters, basically a prison. You can't have visits. You can't use your cell phone. So what kind of places that? And yet if you wanna get out of that place, you still need your meal. Guardian permission to get out. So what am I going to go back to my abuser? Or just wait there until my prince charming come and propose a Mary me. I see what you're saying. Right because Nora O Donal asked been someone about a women equal to men, and he he answered by by talking about clothing, right? I see what you mean. Yasmin Mohammed though, I'm just wondering there have been very brave women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia. They're they're still art. Of course, we have the three of you here. Speaking to us today. But I'm wondering how fast can we expect the pace of change in a nation like Saudi Saudi Arabia when we're asking for what seemed to be very deep in transformations in very deep cultural practices there. Yeah. Absolutely. So the thing with Saudi Arabia is it practices shitty. Law in the same Iran practices that as well. But Saudi Arabia has this extra layer of the guardianship law that really no other country has it quite like that. So I think that there is hope that the guardianship law could be abolished because NBS is really at a crossroads right now. It's very very very important for Arabs inside Arabian, specifically to feel proud of their country and to think that the whole world is looking up to them and admiring them. So somebody like RAV or you know, any of these cases that are all over the media right now talking about the, you know, criticizing site Arabia. Criticizing the government, these kinds of things are really going to make them stop. And think and say, what are we gonna do can we implement more laws to try and control these women even more and I say, good luck to them because these. Women are literally superheroes. Or can we loosen these laws and allow women to have more freedom? And because there isn't a lot of support for these guardianship laws..