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Fresh update on "olivia" discussed on Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte
"That it wasn't so much the president didn't speak out against it. He just was sidetracked so many times that he just didn't even think about finishing half the sentences throughout the evening, let alone certain subjects. You just think it was just too much Helter skelter last night? No. Okay, I've been paying attention to the things that have been going on and the things he's been saying for a year. Telling the police Don't be. Don't be nice to them. Rough him up telling the people punch him. You know, I've heard him say all this. So these are the people. That are a lot of his base now. And I like I like I said I didn't sleep last night and then I cause this had been recorded. So I went and washed it through and you were talking about what he did to Biden. When he Biden was talking about his deceased son, Beau. And then here comes Trump throwing in Hunter. To try to distract again from the from the fact If this man doesn't pay federal federal taxes, which means he doesn't pay federal taxes to support the secret service to protect him. Veterans benefits the road. He drives the beast on or anything else that is benefit this country. In a trust act like he cares about these people and you know, and you know you've heard What he is how he felt about the people who supporting Hey told Olivia Troy. He was, you know, maybe code. It wasn't a bad thing because you don't have to shake hands with these disgusting people, The people that are going out risking called and wanted to see him. This man is a disgrace. And then he brought up the drug plot plot part when the tax issue came up. That's when he brought that up about the drugs. You know what? Let's go there. Because his son had put on a Twitter feed. About creating an army to support trump at the polls. He looked like he was stoned out of his mom. Let me you're talking about Donald Trump Jr. Right? Yes, well, I I didn't really want to go there, but there were some and I don't believe it. But there were comments about him too, as well. So it was back and forth. I saw those earlier today and, um I don't know. One other thing that came up. I found very interesting Newsweek. I'm a big fan of great publication follow them on social media. They were saying that people like Joe Scarborough, who I've had on Katie Radio back in the day from MSNBC, saying that they should just not debate they were actually saying Joe Biden should not debate. So let's kind of throw that into the mix, and I've got to get to a break here in about a minute, and I want to give everybody a chance. You've been so patient waiting throughout the night to talk about this and I respect all of you for hanging in there with me. What about the possibility? You think that would be good advice to not debate again? If you're Joe Biden? Yes. No. No more debates. I've seen enough because it infuriated me and that white supremacist group that he told to stand by..
CDC Told to Downplay COVID-19 Risks So Schools Could Reopen
"Including Dr Deborah Burke's pressured the CDC to downplay the risks of Corona virus in in Children. Children. As As the the Trump Trump administration administration pushed pushed to to reopen reopen schools, schools, one one former former CDC CDC official official told told CBS CBS News. News. The The White White House House was was quote, quote, slicing slicing and dicing in quote data to fit their narrative. Listen to what former White House Corona Virus task Force member Olivia Troy had to say about that It was People within the White House, specifically tasking more junior level staff to try to find alternate data data that fit the narrative that they wanted, which was it only affects, you know, people above the age of 75. It doesn't affect younger school Children. It was all part of the narrative of We need to open up these schools. We need open them up now. Well, we asked the White House about this. And in a statement to CBS News, they told us President Trump relies on the advice of all of his top health officials. Who agreed that it is in the public health interest to safely reopen schools and that the relative risks posed by the virus to young people are outweighed by the risks of keeping Children out of school indefinitely.
Fresh update on "olivia" discussed on 90.3 KAZU Programming
"And if you are still trying to hang in there and make change you work, you know, to help. People like the doctor is in the CDC and the coordination process and you help strategize on How you're going, Tio. Overcome some of these dynamics and influence. In a manner that Still is productive and effective, and it's It's a constant struggle. I'm not the only one that faces on a daily basis that I know that the doctor's still faces today and a lot of the task force members. I am positive that the vice president Probably goes home at night and tries to figure out how he's going to navigate. He is also in an impossible situation. Olivia Troy, former homeland security, counterterrorism and Corona, virus adviser to vice president Pence. Thank you for talking with us today. Thank you for having me and White House spokesman Judd Deere referred us to his earlier statement in which he said Troy's assertions are flat out inaccurate. This is NPR news. Marketplaces next, then stay with us for the world. At six tonight. The U. S has been the driving force for sending election monitors to other countries to ensure clean elections and it is rather inconceivable that we're finding ourselves in a situation now where we legitimately appear to be having a need for them myself. Election monitors from across Europe are watching the US election this year. As American democracy is put to the test our story on the world stay with us for the world that's coming up.
White House pressured CDC on reopening schools, officials say
"A New York Times report out now claims top White House officials pressured the CDC to downplay the risk of sending Children back to school. Olivia Troy, a former Top aide to Vice President Mike Pence, saying in a statement to ABC News during my tenure on the task force, I saw senior political staff actively undermined the CDC by attempting to manipulate the scientific data on the virus story, telling The New York Times she was repeatedly asked to get the CDC to produce reports showing a decline in cases among young people. Lionel Moise ABC News
Fresh update on "olivia" discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"Foreign born a plus slash a list, mostly movie actress who was an Oscar winner slash nominee. Just finished construction on the guesthouse in the back of her property. Two of the people who helped build it say it felt like a prison and the only way in or out was a front door that could only be opened by a key on the outside. What Okay? Illest mostly movie actress. Is this going to make sense when we figure out who it's about? Not really. But okay, All right. Thank you. It implies that this person Is making some kind of weird dungeon thing in their backyard. She wants to visit Angelina Jolie. We know he's the only one that I could think of a dungeon. You know. Now I will say that some of the blind items about this person, This isn't the first time that anti lawyer has alluded to the fact that this person has a really scary house. And I don't know if we've alone about Carter know Olivia Colman? No. Ah! This's I'm assuming in the mirror. Oh, it says Foreign board foreign born thiss person. You guys know who this person is? Alan Mirren. Oh, Fish. No. Um Not British, not British. That is correct. This person is famous. I will say that they have won an Oscar. So they're an Oscar winner, Bullock. Look, she's not foreign born is she was German for Mama's German. Yeah, No, this person was not born in the United States, Alma Hayek. No, they don't be. Crews know they're not even from Europe. No. Ah so hard. Oh, she's very beautiful. No. What's her name? Lupita. Nyongo. No. Ah, was like that would be weird. Okay. I don't think we're going to get to this. Um, Charlie's therein. Weird. So Tell me more Okay. Well, according to anti lawyer Charlie's therein, who did win an Oscar for her role in the movie Monster just finished construction on a guesthouse in the back of her property, and two of the people who helped build it say they that it felt like a prison and that the only way in her out was a front door that could only be opened by a key on the outside of that that feels illegal. It feels like you know what? There's a fired It just doesn't feel right to me. Well least keep this door open during business hours. Yeah, All right. So that's happening. Maybe how to feel about that. Move on, Okay? This's.
The Glass I Love and the Glass I Use
"This is digital story podcast number seven, Fifty, eight September Twenty Ninth Two Thousand Twenty today's a theme is the glass I love and the glass I use. I'm Derek Story. No doubt one of the best investments any artists can make. is in quality photography lenses and I do have some beauties. But what's fascinating to me is that I have lenses that I absolutely love and would be very reluctant to let go up and then I have those optics that are used on a daily basis. and. The funny thing is the two aren't always the same. I'll explain why on today's TVs photography podcast. So. Before I get into that glass itself, it's funny when I was writing this podcast made me think of a scene from moonstruck really terrific movie with share and Olivia Caucus Nicholas Cage. Just an outstanding story in great cast the whole deal. So share comes home one night and I think her mom was up in her bedroom. And share went into say good night tour after she had seen Nicholas Cage, she had started seeing him. And her mom you. Ask her what she's been doing and share told her. And her mom Olivia Dukakis Goes D love them and share goes Ma I think I do. And Olympia Dukakis goes I'm so sorry. I'm not exactly sure why I'm thinking of that story while I'm thinking about these lenses that I love and the ones that I like. Other than I think what Olympia Dukakis was saying is that when you love them, you end up having this attachment. That you stick with through thick and thin whereas if you just like them maybe a right thing start to go south and you're okay with partying ways and you know these lenses. I'm going to talk about a kind of fall into these two categories and it was fascinating to me because. I think going through my inventory because I'm not shooting as much right now because for obvious reasons, all my jobs are higher are no more right now I do find myself going back. Into, my inventory and just making sure the cameras are working. You know just checking things just keeping everything ready so that when life comes back I'm ready to go. and. I've discovered Dan I have lenses that I'm using right now. I use them all the time and then I'll come across a lens in the Lens Safe and I go oh, I love this land so much but maybe haven't shot with it for a month two months three months but yet I wouldn't let go of that Lens basically no matter what and maybe the lenses I'm using everyday right now Okay. Go. That's Kinda weird. Isn't it? It's kind of very interesting. You know what I'm GonNa do today is I'm going to talk about five lenses and I'm not gonNa tell you. which category they go into rather the like or left category I'm just gonNA describe the lenses can have you guess along the way and then at the end I'll tell you the answers. Okay. So we're going to have a little fun today to illustrate that point I. WanNa to tell you about one lens from my past that I definitely loved, and that was the Canon e F eighty, five, millimeter f one eight and I bought this lens decades ago I mean back when I was shooting weddings with a else Alon thirty five millimeter film camera, I bought that lands. About three hundred, fifty dollars then which is a fair of change you know when you're just getting started with your career but at the same time, it was more affordable than other lenses this class. And I mean, I just love the short shortely because it was fast F. One point eight it was light. had very quiet focus the ultrasonic motor was just terrific on it was a good looking land. And most importantly, it took great pictures I mean really great pictures. In fact, one of the metal prints that I have hanging in the studio downstairs was captured with that lens on a cannon five D in Washington DC. and. Hanging on the wall downstairs. Then you know you are in rarefied Erica's that's the stuff I have to look at every day. In a better be good. Alright. That'd be good. that. Lands is responsible for that shop. Here's the funny thing as much as I loved that Lens I didn't shoot with it that often. I mean normally I would have zoom on the camera body I in the film days. But then even later on when I got the five d and the five d mark to I'd have something on there like the e F twenty, four to one. Oh, five, a four and. That's what I shot with most of the time. And then every now, and then for some reason, sometimes, I didn't even really know why I would pull out the eighty five f one eight and I go sheet with that or I'm going to put it in my bag today or whatever candidates cradle it carefully and said it in there. And then when I shot with it, it was always just sort of this wonderful experience and I go. Wow that's a kind of an interesting phenomenon how this went with this lens
Fresh update on "olivia" discussed on Retire with Integrity with Brian Bowen
"Well, there was this one time I went snorkelling in the Caribbean. When I was a kid, it really just blew my mind. I mean, when you're sitting on the beach so peaceful and you sort of forget there's a whole other world under there, just full of all kinds of life way saw the most beautiful corals. I remember thinking they're waving at us because they moved with the ocean. And then there were all these amazing fish. They kind of reminded me of tropical birds. They were so bright and colorful, just starting all over the place like birds in the sky. Never forget it completely changed the way I looked at the ocean. Most of us have a memory of being in nature will never forget. Let's protect the world's natural places. More memories could be made for generations to come. Visit World wildlife. This is business rock stars. Rock stars. Now let's go to mark. Lack, inspire, inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs Mark Black on business rock stars. Joining us is Brian Copely is the CEO of city builder Brian. Having a good time in L A. Thanks for inviting me to be on the show. So tell us what city builder uses artificial intelligence to determine the best use of every piece of land. Interesting. Elaborate Give me some context. So you're playing SimCity got a blank slate, You know, know what to put where right start by putting down industry next to Parks. And then kids get sick and turning the monsters in Godzilla City, and then you have to start over right cities actually were put together without a lot of technology. And so now we're looking at cities were thinking about how we can create smart cities that create happy, functional, sustainable communities were using data to create better cities that work better for the residents of the capital. So, like the investors, developers, builders And also the cities themselves. So what we're doing is taking all of that data, synthesizing it and saying, What's the best thing we can do with every piece of land? And what their results Ben, because you just like you like and what is the what is the results and it could do a lot better Give me some examples of things that are not working well, things that we should The number one example. Housing has the cost of your housing gone up in a way that Has caused any grief. No, no, it's got hasn't gone up. That's caused me grief. I mean, have I made more money and been mad about it? No, no on the other side, have you had to pay for housing? So it's a lot of people paying rent people buying homes. So a lot of people may be in our age demographic are looking at purchasing their first property, and they're watching those property costs go up. 10 15% a year and if you're saving up and you're thinking about making that down payment that's pretty disheartening. Eso just creating more houses. 3 400 years down the line. There are more exactly here in San Francisco, right? Yes. So you're thinking about you know, everyone needs a place to Olivia Maslow's hierarchy of needs. You have, like a shelter and clothing and And shelters like the number one thing that everyone needs and the Costas continues to go up because we're not building smart. We're not building more housing. And so we have a huge shortage nationwide of housing. Especially good housing housing that can get close to school. Close to work on the area where you can walk and you can get access to restaurants can get here. School guys provided the solution of this. I understand we have the data. So how do you provide the solution? We make it very easy on you. Joseph City builder dot com You type in your address. We tell you what the best use of your property is, and about one out of four times. It's not what your property is now gaining meaning you live in a house, Zillow or some other place tells you your house is worth X right? And it's always been that way for 10 years of trying to figure out what your problem is worth, you talk to a real estate agent. There you go to one of these tech companies, they say, Hey, this is what your property is worth for. The problem is they're asking their own question. It's not what is my property worth? It's what is my property. And a lot of cases about one out of four cases. Your property is not what it exists as today, But your house is not a house, it's actually more valuable as a development site. So if you could take a house and create 16 more homes or apartments with it. It's much more valuable as an apartment site development site. Then there's as a home and that's what we've democratized that information for any property owner. So at the end of the day, and I suppose I can't just sell my house in my neighborhood and turn it into a Condo. You know there's rules against that. So how do you know about that? But we look att all existing information like zoning. We look at land use. We look at other information like demographics when it makes sense to put X type of development in this area, But zoning is a very important contributing factor to determining what can be built. Where in what should be and will be built Where So right now we're using what's called by right zoning. So if it's already zone for a certain type of development, then we can tell you exactly what can be built there. And then, after we show you all permitted uses, we show you the best use so we can put let's say 16,000 total buildable square footage of apartments where your house is now so maybe your house isn't worth 100,000 is worth 1.1 million to a developer. For a property owner in Seattle. This exact thing happened. Property was worth 9 50 as a house. We told them it was worth 1.2 listed on our platform. We've got about 300 investors, builders and developers. They're ready to make bids. And Lo and behold, a week later, they got a bid for $1.2 million..
President Trump again refuses to commit to peaceful transition if he loses
"Hello and welcome to the view. Happy Friday to everybody Meghan will be back on Monday Anna. Navarro is here. We're always happy to have her and we WANNA start today by honoring the reason that we're all sitting here actually, which is because of Barbara Barbara Walters Happy Birthday Barbara many more my dear. Nationwide protests. Yes. Nationwide protests continue over the grand jury decision to let cops off the hook for killing Brianna Taylor. Now really that would be calling for calm and unity right right now right But trump is adding fuel to the fire claiming that he's protesting the use of mail in ballots and they may not peacefully transfer power over to Biden if he's voted out, take a look. To See what happens you know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots are disaster and People are rioting. Do you commit to making sure that there's a little? Blue want to get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very. Very, peaceful, there won't be a transfer, frankly are the election results only legitimate if you win. So we have to be very careful with the ballots, the ballots to hope big scam and we wanna make sure the election is honest and I'm not sure that it can be. I. Don't know that it can be with this whole. Situation unsolicited ballots they're unsolicited million things sent everybody and we'll say. So. I, think he's playing the autocrat just wants to see which Republicans are going to line up behind them like they've done on every other heinous thing he said and done. But what do I know maybe Anna do you know you're a Republican? Do you think they'll fall behind him? Look I think a lot of them are distancing themselves on on this at least you know one thing joy. It's more of the same. Okay. The only thing trump has to offer the American people is fear that's what his campaign is sewing in the hearts of American fear fear of Lalas, fear of socialism fear ballots fear of election results fear of the transition. So this is another attempt at voter suppression. This is another attempt at making Americans fearful of what will happen if he doesn't get. This is another attempt of driving people to some people to the votes out of fear and keeping some people from voting out of fear and it just you know it's not going to work if you see what we saw in Virginia. Where early voting started and people were lining up for blocks and blocks. If people have to walk over molten lava to get to the voting booth I, think many Americans will and the last thing I want to say. Look I fled to Talibanism I've fled communism integral walk in one, thousand, nine, hundred. where I have heard this kind of talk and where I have seen unelected elected leaders try to perpetuate themselves in power is in places like Cuba, where the Castro's have been in power for over sixty years in places like Venezuela with showers and places like Nicaragua with Ortega and with Somoza it's the tater ships that behave this way. It's dictators that behave this way, and this is what Donald Trump is trying to emulate. Yes. It's ironic. Isn't it that they're worried a lot of the people you mentioned a worried about communism but he's the one who's acting like A. Communist. Countries that you're talking about. So Sunday, how how seriously you take in this actually. I'm taking it very seriously and I think we should all take it seriously because this is a president that. says. The quiet part out loud I mean he has no nuance and so he has been challenging the notion of mail in voting from the very beginning even though he submits his ballots by mail in vote. So I think we have to take very seriously and he's been sort of poisoning the well by saying there's going to be this massive voter fraud while I think people need to understand that this has been looked at there is no such thing as massive mailing voter fraud. In fact, the Brennan Center for Justice, it's a non-partisan think tank calculated. The rate of voter fraud and elections at between zero point zero zero, zero, three percent and zero point zero zero to five percent. Okay. Zero percent. So there is no voter fraud, but he's putting it out there and he's been saying it for a long time. So I, think these are the actions of a man who knows that he is going to be outvoted I think he knows he expects to be outvoted, but he wants to hobble that count, and so we have to take him very seriously. We need to take him at his word.
Fresh update on "olivia" discussed on The KFBK Morning News
"0. Yeah, that's Johnson, Volta, Olivia Newton, John and Their song. Summer nights from the film. Greece was their second number one hit on this day. Yeah, I remember this. I've never seen grease, even though I know all the songs you really should never. It's. It's kind of a fun little family show, but it's a musical, right It is all you know you don't want music and I'm not into musicals really says the same thing when I want to watch music. You know, John, I think musicals are polarizing. I'm serious. I think people either really like them or don't like him is their middle ground. You know what a stewed analysis I think you're right. I think they're pulling a lot of what she just said. You said a student. Alice just say she's tired. All right. Thank you very much. Albert. We've got a handle on this. The top White House official who says that about covert 19. Why? He says that it's our featured audio clip coming over the top of the hour. Last night's debate the craziness style over substance. A debate professor from Chico State joins us and ways Then this is news. 93.1 kfbk live everywhere on the I Heart radio. News radio from.
Washington DC’s highest court grants bar exam waiver for recent law school grads
"He sees highest court has made a ruling that opens the door for more law school grads to practice in the district. The D. C. Court appeals approves an emergency waiver related to the pandemic, known as diploma privilege for grads to be licensed in practice law without taking the bar exam. Olivia Carson with diploma privilege for D C, which petitioned the court says they're happy with the order but does produce obstacles for currently employed grads to get the wave. It's leaving out people who We'll have a hard time getting a supervisor to sign off on every single document that they have to produce. CC becomes the fifth jurisdiction in the country to offer the waiver. Ken Duffy w T. O P News
Ex-Pence aide Olivia Troye says she will vote for Biden
"A campaign rally in Wisconsin but was as before he left about criticism for former White House adviser Olivia Troy. I don't know her, she works for the vice president. He was on the task force is some kind of a lower level person. I have no idea what she is. Troy recently released a video criticizing President Trump's handling of the Corona virus pandemic, saying she will vote for Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential
Ex-Pence adviser says Trump bungled virus; she's for Biden
"A campaign rally tonight. Before he left, he talked to reporters about comments from a former top aide to vice president Pence Olivia Troy, who served as Pence's homeland security advisor, says the president didn't take over 19 seriously. I don't know her. She works for the vice president. He was on the task force is some kind of a lower level person. I have no idea what she is Joy who appears in an ad with the Republicans, who plan to vote for Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, taking part this hour in the
Ex-Pence adviser on coronavirus endorses Biden in blistering ad
"The chorus of voices criticizing president trump for his inadequate handling of the coronavirus pandemic just grew one voice louder a stunning new rebuke of president trump from a former official in his own White House breaking right here on the lead she accused president trump a failing to protect the American people Olivia Troy was the top Homeland Security Adviser Vice President Mike Pence who heads the coronavirus task force she was on the Task Force from day one she says but now troy left the White House in late. July. And she is leveling some tough charges against president trump in a new video. Towards the Middle February, we knew it wasn't a matter of if Cova would become a big pandemic here in the United States. One. But the president didn't want to hear that because his biggest concern was that we were in an election year and how is this going to affect what he considered to be his record of success? The truth is he doesn't actually care about anyone else but himself. Troy. Goes on to say that president trump made a statement that she will never forget because in her view it defines who president trump is. When we were in a task force meeting presidents said, maybe this Kobe thing is a good thing I don't like shaking hands with people I don't have to shake hands with these disgusting people does discussing people are the same people that he claims to care about. Troy goes on to say that if the president had taken this virus, seriously he would have saved lives a lifelong Republican Roy says, she's now endorsing Joe
House Intelligence Committee expands probe into DHS office
"Committee now joining a House panel and probing a Department of Homeland Security whistleblower complaint. CBS's Olivia Gases The House Intelligence Committee will expand its investigation into the Department of Homeland Security's intelligence arm, It's chairman announced today. The expansion comes after the committee released a whistleblower complaint from a senior D H s official who alleged he was retaliated against for refusing to suppress reports on white supremacy and Russian election interference on
"olivia" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Yeah. High School only haunts me in a couple of ways mostly having to do with like rejection. And love and heartbreak, but at that age. When I felt like I was in love. Really had nothing to do with him. Like He was just a handsome kid and I couldn't believe he liked me, and then of course when there's sex involved too for me at that age it was like now we are bonded for life. You know how old were you when you lost your virginity I was seventeen and it was incredible Olivia, as you can imagine. But I think that love at that age too is it's so difficult to be examining of somebody else because you're so self examining and it's very hard to to actually assess like what do I like about this person what I like about that friend that friend is mean why am I chasing that person who's like kind of an ass but I think that there's just too many things going on in your developing brain to have any kind of perspective in any way but I'll tell you more about losing my bridge. Well you know high school is an interesting thing. But memory is a very interesting thing to me because like my memory of high school I can remember the good times and the bad times. I can remember all that stuff but the feeling that I have and I think about how I felt during high school was. Hard to describe because I ag- more problems with social situations in friend groups more than I did like falling in love with guys I wasn't really that into dating and stuff when I was in high school I was more interested in hanging out with girlfriends described yourself as like an angry teenager. No not at all I was really angry why were you angry? Oh, on his mad at everything I felt like my world was small even though I had no valid reason of I have an amazing family I grew up in a nice warm safe home. I did not want for much except for like beauty and popularity but because those things seemed very unobtainable like felt like a secret code that I couldn't figure out. So then I felt like, well, fuck, this I'm going to I don't know. I immersed myself in like drama club and failure staff, and that was that which were not popular activities. My sister was always the knockout. She's older than me. She had these amazing big lips in this this but in boobs and as far back as I can remember, she just was always just so striking to people and so when we're in school together, people would just look at her and we kind of looked similar. So then they'd kind of see me but I wouldn't get any of that attention which. I liked I saw the way that people were fawning over her, and it probably has little sister made me really defensive and I didn't want anyone to look at me like that and I think that she probably. Didn't feel as strongly as I did about maybe she even liked it on and we've never really talked about it but I just know from kind of being behind her sometimes actually watching it like an in school you're going to your class and there's my big sister up ahead and I can see all the guys like..
"olivia" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Olivia Holt love you again three Hab I was going through because she mentioned Jesse McCartney and I was like, Oh, I'm on the show you know and then I was like we've had a lot of amazing guests. So now I started kind of going through it all like if you're new to this show, you really need to go back into our back catalog because there's something for everyone like I realized that maybe some older listeners might not really be into the live your whole episode just because they're just like not. But if you are an older listener, the Brian Baumgartner episode Kevin from the office. That's great. The Dave Kuya episode Joey Gladstone from full House or Bret Michaels from poison Matt is men from Ninja Warrior. Tyler Florence from the food network there's interviews for everybody. Ears David Henry episode from which is a waverly place is to this day one of my favorite episodes that was so much fun chord overstreet from Glee The aforementioned Jesse McCartney Hunter Hayes Lauren Elena Lance. Bass, if you're a reality TV doric Dude Lauren and Cameron from love is blind Johnny Bananas From Winning All the challenges me I interviewed myself I've a bunch of reality TV shows Geneina Damian. Love is blind Chris. Harrison I mean literally I mean I don't need to pump up my own tires but there's a lot of really cool. That are all over the board. What I'm trying to say is listen show guys also rate and review at the apple store that helps with the Algorithm I'm told by nerds that make more money the me that that's what needs to be done for us to clamp the ranks of the greatest podcast in the world. So yeah, I'm GonNa go I take my dog the vet which she's going to be a nightmare for everyone involved for me having to go over. There and apologized for my dog being an ass for the people have to take my dog and like check him up and he's GonNa free can lose his mayes at bloodhound that so emotional and then of course, my dog and I hated to no one wins in this situation but the past thirty minutes or so you've won because you've got to listen to cool story of Libya. Thank you again to to her for coming on the show I am out of. That will have to weird ending. I'm so I don't know. I'm not gonNA edit though because I'm GonNa get out of here. Okay..
Trail markers: DHS bulletin - Russia "amplifying criticisms" of mail voting
"Things change. CBS News has obtained a Department of Homeland Security Bulletin that Russia is amplifying criticisms of vote by mail on social media toe undermine public trust in the electoral process. CBS News Intelligence reporter Olivia Gazans says DHHS thinks it's been happening since at least March should VHS bulletin said that the public debate now surrounding mail in voting quote represents a target
DHS bulletin says Russia is "amplifying criticism" of mail voting
"A Department of Homeland Security Bulletin that Russia is amplifying criticisms of vote by mail on social media toe undermine public trust in the electoral process. CBS News Intelligence reporter Olivia Gazza's says DHHS thinks it's been happening since at least March should VHS bulletin said that the public debate now surrounding mail in voting quote represents a target for foreign malign influence operations. Just weeks after
Boston - Judge Agrees To Allow Cities, Towns More Time To Count Ballots
"And the race to Phil Joe Kennedy's House HED is still too close to call from Tuesday's primary, and now a judge has agreed to a request. From Secretary Galvin Toe let cities and towns in the fourth district have more time to count the ballots. Apparently, they arrived on time Tuesday, but they weren't tallied by the end of the ninth secretary Galvan of what hangs in the balance for Jake Akan Claws and Jesse Mur. Mel Our canvas indicated that Mr Hawkin Klaus based on the numbers that were submitted to us I had a week has a lead of about 1789 ballots, the ballots that we've discovered in the towns of Franklin. Wellesley and the city of Newton come to about 1400 ballots so way calculated, Mr Welcome. Klaus personally has a lead of about 17 89. But we recognize that there's $1400. Olivia to be included the tabulation. So that comes down to roughly doing the math on the fly. There are 300 votes spread as soon as a winner is declared. We will bring that to you. First on double DBC news radio and the I Heart radio APP.
Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress
"The office of the director of National Intelligence says it will no longer provide in person briefings to Congress on election security. And foreign efforts to interfere in the upcoming election. Instead, they'll provide written updates to CBS is Olivia, Gaza's top counterintelligence official, Billa Vanina was test in May with delivering intelligence based briefings to relevant stakeholders, including Congress, the political campaigns and the public and Odie and I official did not say whether in person briefings to the Trump and Biden presidential campaigns would continue. Former vice President Biden's campaign condemning the move, calling on it to be Reverse
Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings
"The office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will no longer provide in person briefings to Congress on election security and foreign efforts to interfere in the upcoming election and will instead on Ly provide written updates. Top counterintelligence official Billa Vanina was test in May with delivering intelligence based briefings to relevant stakeholders. Including Congress, the political campaigns and the public and Odeon. I official did not say whether in person briefings to the Trump and Biden presidential campaigns would continue that CBS News correspondent Olivia Gasses
Intelligence director to stop in-person briefings to Congress
"Word that they will no longer be briefed in person about election security. CBS News Intelligence reporter Olivia Gaza's has Morano deny official told CBS News. The change was being made out of concern over leaks that resulted from prior congressional briefings. And in an effort to protect sensitive intelligence officials said. The director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe, ordered the change.
Senate intelligence report warns of repeat of Russian interference in US election
"Week, the Senate Intelligence Committee released its final report on Russian interference in the 2016 election. A detailed significant contacts between the Trump campaign and people with ties to Russian intelligence. Former campaign manager Paul Manafort was especially singled out as a grave counterintelligence threat. More on the Senate report will speak to Olivia Beavers, congressional reporter at the Hill. There's really build on our knowledge from other investigations and incense become public, which is the House intelligence investigation and the special counsel's investigation. It was made public last year now. Some of the main points there really caught our attention for those of us who have been following this closely is just a great detail and how they hae. These extensive communications between Russia and members of the Trump campaign, and one of the names that really stood out was Paul Manafort and Home. Manafort, they said was in constant communication with someone means Kalinic and they went further than the special counsel and described clinic as a Russian intelligence officer. So basically, they were saying that Manafort was willing to share a polling data he was helping with Russian oligarchs. Efforts to spread information overseas in different countries and He was also possibly interacting consulate with this as they describe it, Intelligence officer who might have had an involvement in the DNC hack in 2016, so it really kind of Through Manafort and these Russian government linked individuals much closer than I think. We had previously known another report with regards to Paul Manafort, they said, because he was so willing to share some of that data that he was a grave counterintelligence threat. Although they didn't go a Sfar saying he actually quote unquote colluded. With anybody that was never really determined. But just because of his dealing with this guy that they now deemed a Russian intelligence officer. He was a big threat that way and a lot of what they also talk about is that Russia Saw all these vulnerabilities in the trump transition team. They saw them as an experienced, disorganized unprepared and they were ready to exploit all of that. That really stood out as well. They were saying, you just touched on. They basically saw an opportunity that you had all these inexperienced business officials working on the transition team. And they decided to take advantage of that. And they did that through reaching out to people who didn't have these kind of foreign affairs backgrounds was understanding how Russia works, and it wasn't just Russia. It was other countries. They said. Allies and businesses, but basically you had During the transition. You have a new president coming in. And you have all these outsiders rushing kind of embedded themselves to a point where they have access and that was A point that this report was trying to make is that this is not a thing that is safe for our intelligence purposes, and we should be more careful about going
Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast
"Storms heading towards the Gulf of Mexico with the possibility of making landfall early in the week. Olivia Rheingold reports on one of those systems Tropical Storm Laura, It's over eastern Puerto Rico this morning. Tropical storm warnings are posted throughout the Caribbean that includes here in Puerto Rico, where tropical storm Laura could bring up to eight inches of rain, plus possible flash floods and mudslides. Joel Klein of the National Weather Service says this is the first time he's ever seen an L named Storm this early in the season. Seems like each letter has been that way is the earliest we've had a A J or nature or whatever for NPR news. I'm Olivia wrangled in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The other storm system grew into Tropical Storm Marco overnight and could be aiming for the Texas Gulf Coast.
Local Flowers for California's Wine Country, with Santa Rosa floral designer Olivia Rivas of Papillon
"You had been. In this was pre pre. I think that we talked about you had kind of been transitioning to be more of a everyday flower. Go to studio or retail space rather than putting all your eggs in the wedding and event basket is that am I portraying that? Correct? Yeah I kind of got burnt out the wedding. Industrial Complex and had some bridezillas last year and I thought you know. People just don't get it. They're not understanding what I do what I bring. You know I bring a service, I bring my services a form of art to make their debut. But I'm not a servant young. And it has somehow through the years it had changed you know or maybe it was just my bad luck and certain clients just not appreciating. what I do, and it's not just me. I found I was talking to my girlfriend's. The. Same thing across the board like. I, know you know them understanding exactly what I was talking about by you know somebody freaking out over certain color not being the exact color that they were thinking it was or or some flour being included that they never talked about something just something petty. Just bumming me out. So I went I went more full force into the store thinking you know. Now I can really just express myself and not have to worry about. Ruining someone's big gay. Or Yours. Yeah Oh. Yeah. Well, the store the store. Is seemed like you were able to really highlight your aesthetic even in the gift and garden items that you are. You're selecting for your your merchandise I've never been in the store, but I've spent time on your website and I love your quirkiness and. You don't really want reproductions want artisan pieces you want local Items and you're kind of you know to use that tired word curated IRRIT- definitely. Choosing what you're I, what appeals to you and your I What I would like to buy and what What turns me on. So I'm my biggest customer. Pretty good for the bottom line Mirror Olivia. Now. I try to not get myself too big of a discount. So, you're telling me about your space and where it's located in how you like when did you open that space? Opened it last year in June before we were next door is just a small pop up in the front of another another person studio and then the girls who were at my space moved decided to move to Hillsboro. And I was able to take over this beautiful space about the square feet. Gorgeous. Little picture windows in front. Awning I was able to get Nicole skalski sister the artist. She goes by heart and hand creative. She did this a beautiful mural inside of monster eras and tropical plants and we did this funky. funky color scheme of a green and pink. I told her I said I have eighty s Miami vice in my mind and she totally went for it. So cool. She totally nailed it. Oh, and then you mentioning National Skalski she owns is one of the CO owners of California sister in California sister is it Is it Petaluma. What town is she in? As she's in Sebastian Oval. Yeah at the Barlow. And she's hanging in there retail. Wise. Well I met you both on the same trip and I could tell you were kindred spirits and it's cool that you're both in retail forestry and. Not Competitors you're you've figured out how to. Put your friendship I and because you're not really in the same market really are you know we're we're very different I love what Nicole does I can't deal with Nicole does. Her in Katherine, their style is Gosh I don't know how to describe it. It is it is also romantic, but it's in A. It's in a different way she's she's super local in her products in her flowers. Yeah. But I'm more quirky. I'm more funky I don't know what to say like I'm more. You know if we're talking San Francisco, she would be located on Union Square and I would be located on Haight Street. That's a great analogy. It's
"olivia" Discussed on Good For You
"Yes but I I'm not a super big fan of guys going down on me because most of them are very good at it that's right and I and I don't want to be a show runner on my nights off. I mean I. There's a lot of pretending I that she thought about this. So many times about swear to God I'm like I regret every time I have fake moaned because these guys are out there feeling. So fucking off it, they find this one in particular that was. Just though worse. Though worst. Having having sex in fact, he went down on me twice during the years where together and I asked him once he said, why don't you ever go by by the way I don't want you to but I was wondering why because I feel like most guys I can't get out of my vagina and I'm like you take it all the time. So he was like because it's so fucking warm. It is. He said he's like well, I just haven't had a lot of you know experienced doing it and I was like Oh and that's when I also like he may like Benton instead you know I might be his kind of game and stoned right? Right Right But also the it was like every every time we had sex every time dark spooning from behind every time dark emotionally dark. Dark, well, it was a dark relations. Lights out lights out lights out was like swimming from behind. So you don't have to see my face you want to see that as a girl. Oh No. And I didn't put. Together until later been there and then you're like I, mean first of all, I got evidence about something and then I put the pieces together. I was like Oh. That's what all that. I mean look I have dated guys that are gay straight up that you knew that's my demo didn't know what the time didn't do they know. Yes. I. Think I think they will this one in particular think had like repressed it and just was like disassociating in some way and it was the only guy I've ever dated who was adamantly would not have sex with me on my period. And it was like so weird that was like how am I remember the time like being shamed for it? That's the palm you gummy. Benton. Because it's actually. I. Know, what they're doing, I have kept Olivia her so long her lips are drying up. Not not the ones download. Set. Everybody you guys you guys happy. I'm fine. She is my loved one. Forever moving in. So we basically like I remember calling a friend of mine and I was embarrassed and ashamed and he had actually shamed me into believing I was like grow. It was just this and I realize too late I was like, oh no, you are not into women. Yeah, like this is a little blood doesn't which is embarrassing. It is pretty gay to be in love with women. No it's embarrassing to like men. I my girlfriend? I. Told her years ago goes with you how many years ago this was. But my I was like, well, you know he wants to have sex on my period and she's like I think that's so fucking hot. I was like why she's like because he doesn't use his grossed out by things mobile long ago. Okay and since then it'd be like I don't tr-. I'm not I'm not that I'm not going. Well. He wasn't doing what you're doing is I don't think about it. I'm always I guess they something whatever. But on the guys that do which is pretty much a lot of guys almost all the guys. I'm always like, Oh, just because put him ahead. That's like a little bit more respect for him in that way. Yeah I think it's I don't know if I was a guide. WanNa have sex and someone's period. Biggest I don't ever think that's studios had said grow up. GRAS fuck up everybody. Okay I'M GONNA, ask you a couple other questions I. Know I have to let you go some point. I'm being very selfish I'm okay and I think I'm kind of GonNa because I know that this is it's an unedited thing. Yeah. I really am interesting to see like interested to see how like long this can go. Oh, we can do what's the longest redid I think Dave Grohl is almost three hours four hours not Dave Grohl but the longest and you sedaris. Cat was four hours. Hat endings was four hours. Do we did too and then cheated too we also forgot we were podcasting and we just started hitting. You just put out the whole thing like that I do along podcast though if it's people that that's interesting I'm like, Oh, it's only this I'm like I want it going it's a road trip you come back to it. Yeah. You I wanted to talk about red flags because on. This podcast we always talk about red flags. What are some red flags for you if you're in relationships friendships also I think is important I. Think we have to be careful with for me like for example, one that I was thinking about this week of a red flag as a lot of time we think about like you know Oh they act like this they do this or they've been married this many times or whatever you think. I'm learning that for me, my red flags have to do with the way I feel around the person. But what side of me do they bring out like nine meet somebody instantly start performing or trying to be too funny. You're trying to take care of them. That's a red flag for me because whatever's going on with them is triggering some old child. From childhood circumstances with them, where I feel the need to be like unctuous and caretaking, and like walk on eggshells, and that's I don't know why but I just have to I know. Know. That's so real because when I first met, you remember this, we were in the green room and I was just sitting there waiting and you went. That, you don't want to talk to me. To be in silence with somebody for Benton I mean that's part of the reason we are. So close as he instantly and sometimes I get insecure and he'll just walk in and not say anything and I'm using good morning and I'll just get into like insecure spiral with him while you're doing yoga on the phone. Interrupt, but it is to be able to be secure enough with yourself and the other person to be able to just sit in silence and just like not make like bullshit small talk is so valuable to me. That's to me just like so authentic. Yeah..
"olivia" Discussed on Good For You
"Any kind of fame or platform in any way to seduce young girls like. He can't do it next to me like I just won't let if anybody is watching that things that I endorse guy now don't. Yeah. But by because we look at his instagram he was in iron man three and he's got pictures on instagram about he's got. He was in the Nice Guy. He's got a picture of himself with Russell Crowe in a Ryan gosling and so some young girl somewhere it does hearing this they're going to think, oh, he somebody okay and so I said I just I won't promote the movie if you don't take it out. So. They said we're GONNA take it out, but we can't reshoot any of her stuff because we picture lock in China on Monday and there's no time to shoot anything new So I don't get that scene at all like no is going to jump in on your character on this other scene. And like okay. Well, you know again, you just take the hit. That's all right. Fine you'll. As long as he's out and then and. Then I made sure to call my co stars. I wanted them to know all male co stars. I wanted them to know what? Happened because the way I found out I knew that I couldn't keep it under wraps for now. and. I just want them to be blindsided the way that I was blindsided. So I told them all and then It was just like I. Don't know if this is going to get out I don't know what's GonNa Happen but they did re you know all the guys rarely? Really Grateful that I called and we're happy to hear that the scene had been removed and. and. Then I get a call my manager in there like A. So we get a call from the studio and they're like Why is a Livia calling or co-stars telling them about this Tony? Okay, this is gonNA. Make me. So mad be cut like because What what are we? What are you? What are you? What are you talking about? We have each other's phone numbers this drives me, fucking yeah, nuts. That's such. A sexist thing like look at women are spreading gossip their snitching like what are you talking about a woman? Who called we'll I mean even which is even worse like what's even worse? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's what the whole thing is. So frustrating you're and he says she says to my manager. She says. I need to tell Libya to grow the fuck up. Ella, grow the fuck up. Help US get this movie out without causing any more waves. And when he called me and told me that I was like. My first thought was. By. The first of all, as I'm thinking, I'm going Oh Olivia's the only adult in this scenario. Yeah. You're you're not the one that needs to grow up only one acting like. Put this motherfucker in the move yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Backed I help save the fucking movie because if I'd I l you picked your lock in China, and then we'd be like opening up. TORONTO. Film. Festival in two weeks which by the way it's there's so many people whose only job is to make sure there's no sexual predators movies. Well actually found out I found out. Because Fox told US 'cause I was wondering what happened apparently in the state of California it you do not have to do a background check it's not required. So they they're like, let's on our fault and you know and I guess you know you never thought that the director would put his best friend who is this registered sex offender into the movie and so nobody really thought that you know. But it's still there should be people's jobs to to make sure that this is you know because we have. A. Young Kid in the movie and then he has. Little sisters who were around and he's hanging out in this guy this particular guys he did his scene with me. He was really was really I was really uncomfortable being around him. In fact, it was like a a short scene like A. Five page scene or something and I remember The director said that we should we should rehearse together. Now normally, you don't really need to rehearse like a small seen that with somebody who's coming in for on way. but I was like, okay. You know I'm always down to like WANNA. Work out the scene in work everything out I. Love You know that process. And And this guy comes over to the parliament that I was renting Vancouver and who's was just so. He was unbelievably uncomfortable I felt so uncomfortable being around him he was. You know. Not, leaving there for hours and hours and it was just was so uncomfortable but you just you know as you just kind of. An feel unsafe but I just felt like he was super sleazy but your gut knows you know and this is why we talk about this gift to give to fear on the podcast all the time about like how you know we are so brilliantly designed to be able to feel someone being Yuki but our brains talk ourselves out of it because I got well, this person would never be working here if they were really bad person or I must just be getting being sensitive or I'm just being dramatic because that's sort of the narrative that we are conditioned to believe as women that were. Overreacting and we're crazy immersed psycho but in the gift of fear there these interviews with women that were attacked..
"olivia" Discussed on Good For You
"To rally around other man fuck that fuck that bit her man fuck and then, and then the girls are looking at her going there now. Okay. Well, we're I can't believe you did that that's really kind of messed up and then they turned the back and then so it's weird that. You flip it around the girl always stands by herself no matter which way you flip it but the guys they know how to rally around each other and stand there for each other and each other and I don't know why it's not ingrained enough to do that. Yeah. and I think that that's something that we have to keep working towards and it's a really big thing. Is that for women especially in our position we have to keep pushing the door open but make sure we hold it open. Yeah. Mind US I think the people in front of us they're not holding it open as much. understandably because it's you know wasn't really held open for them. It's so interesting and like I think the because there's been such a scarcity complex in our business for so long and because you know I think for the most part were were wired for harmony. If there's not scarcity, you know if there's only one slot, of course, it's me against you you know and I think that I also think it's important that women know that they can disagree and still be friends that's been A. Really big issue for me in writers rooms are in any kind of organizations and charity where it's like I disagree I think that should happen and then another one we can say I disagree and I think this should go cool. We don't have to hate each other. You're not a bitch like get through this like we can get through this uncomfortable moment. It's like you know I think we're so wired to not make anyone feel uncomfortable into be apologetic that women end up being Sort of like categorizing a disagreement as like caddy look we've internalized the sexist jargon of like she's caddy. She's a bitch like we sometimes do it to each other. You know I have to check myself. I'm like Oh. That was kind of bitchy that she did that and I'm like I would never say that if a guy did that if a guy was clear with me like that, I'd be like, oh, he's very decisive. sent an email that was very kurt and I'm like Oh she's being bitchy and I'm like, what was that like? I have to check my own inner monologue about that. I try to just instead of correcting it. I, just tried to call men VICI more. Instead of saying. She's decisive. I'm like you're a bitch and you're a bit. fucking, Bitch. You're so bitchy. I'm like you. Guys are bickering like a little. Jane he likes describe. Someone that time for Benton level. You also like have actually had a really big impact on me and a lot of ways because I. You know obviously came up in comedy and what happened with you. And, the Brett. Ratner, situation of in you're not cut out whatever you want. If you WANNA, talk about any of that. When I was reading back through it yesterday. So much of it is like the nasty shit he said you the sexist shitty. Said you the the Humiliating Shit? He was saying you it's like I learned at such an early age in this business. You laugh that shit off you pretend it didn't happen. You come up with a witty quip to neutralize. It or you go back at them you ignore it. You know I've learned that I have to laugh at men's nasty I'm GONNA put jokes in quotes and comments and pretend like it didn't bother me and crystallized this like outer shell of armor so that their behavior doesn't hurt me instead of allowing it to hurt me and saying like that's not okay. Right well. Yeah I mean that's what we. We are conditioned to do because. If we say. Hey that's not okay. They get uncomfortable. It's just a joke is just a joke. You know it's just a joke and then you're like you're sensitive than yours and you made out you make things uncomfortable and you're bummer frankly you're being a bummer and whatever in use speaking up is not going to change that this person will will they'll still get their job they won't be taken. Down they won't be asked to leave the party. They everyone expects you to deal with it, and in fact, everyone's a little annoyed with you for making it uncomfortable. Just learn how to how to deal with it, and that's why when the metoo movement happened in two, thousand, seventeen I remember I was onset in Vancouver and it got to set in these guys all the the male actors or like did you hear about Weinstein what an eye when they're telling me about it? I just thought. I couldn't believe it was actually like that. There was any kind of a fell different. I felt like there was a reckoning that was coming. It wasn't that it wasn't going to be just an article and then you were going to move on because the thing that happened with Brett Ratner the thing that was different than all the other people who've come forward the me too movement is that with me he actually admitted to to what he did in two thousand eleven and and then he had gone to Howard Stern and admit that he lied and say I lied about Olivia Mind, we never dated we never fought I'm really sorry and then He he actually had some homophobic comments. He made the week before he was fired as a producer, the Adamy wards the very next day after he went to start. and. Then it believe I'm doing the math right in two thousand fourteen. He got three hundred fifty million dollar financing deal with Warner brothers. And? All he did was put his head down say sorry and it's like the formula for redemption that a lot of men go us you know he he put his head down. He came back up was like, sorry sorry and then he allied himself with some people that he heard he did some he did something with glad I think some commercial for that online and they go okay that's great because big director and we're doing this and we'll we forgive you and then he just resumes his place in line and no. One thinks about that weekend that he had said these things about me lied about me and how I just all that whole weekend I just was like it was one of the worst weekends ever just meet just hoping and praying and just keeping my mind like how can I all I want my name back now all I wanted was for people to to to not think that I would have ever slept with this guy you.
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"In fact so many people have been using better help that they are recruiting additional counselors in all fifty states. All fifty. That's crazy. So let's get into. Olivia. Had A heck heck. Are you how you feel in check? Wasn't I'm good I'm in upstate New York right now hiking swimming in lakes. Is still there I'm still I'm still here. This looks like you're old bedroom kind of which one I guess he just looked like you're at a bedroom to me. In you know what that you would be right. I'm in my boyfriend childhood bedroom, right? Okay. Boyfriend love the pod. You're in Albany right now. Yes. Very Hillary Rodham of you. Nevertheless she persisted and went to Albany. Okay. She Albany. Albany outdoors summer been won't hiking. Yes. Okay. So summer has been has been appear. I've been here up here for like trillium month now, which is funny Law, Yeah Dude. I know time. Time is false. No being here has made me realize like, Oh, I feel better mentally when I can see a tree and like. Even the air that that tree has created. That makes me feel good going on a hike. Makes you feel good I you know what I tried would end up paddle boarding. I really thought you realize their love. Through, imagine we hold on hold on hold on imagine me in the middle of pin. COMING UP TO ALBANY NEW YORK. And being like now is the time now is the time for stand up comedy. Razi time is really people are making insane decisions. I thought you were one of them I would never do that to. Me Now. But but you know just just a few months ago maybe. A year ago I could Olivia would would you run away to Albany New York with with the white man and you might have said I'm no. And now we're already. So thank you. I'm okay. Honestly Amari I'm okay you know I'm in La, which is nice. 'cause that's an outside plays I think already like. Having more access to that stuff to tree that stuff you know outside outside that junk. Has Been Good for me though it's nice to not have to walk too far to walk to get to a park or also, there's like more space here and other many people walk here. So if I WANNA, walk it kind of it's Nice it doesn't heal congested or too bad my boyfriend's here. Yeah here's here's what's funny. Is that this like special Minnie's owed? SCOPE. They'll miss. Context zero. Arguable. They're gonNA miss the most important content and. If I do say so gossip, not not really both of us. During pandemic summer well, this is the big gossip, all the little perverts who have been zeroing in on our location triangulating our location as record. Our podcasts are going to have a bit of a hard time because the signals are coming from different places now. If you're if you are thinking about moving I, recommend not doing it during a pandemic. I actually would wish it were steadily actually it's like a good hell to put your worst all it took on my psyche was like audit and I've been so stressed it. It's funny I talked to somebody recently who like decorating my apartment has really been helpful. that. Will you scary to me because I? Find that deeply entered for myself I don't like hanging things I also don't know if I. Have Taste I don't know that's the thing is like it becomes stressful to be like. Does this thing look good has full pinterest board unlike this is what apartments look like and I'm like I don't think I could hang things in the right way or like when people when people hang like three framed thing. Yes. Well good. Yeah Hopper juicer Andrew who we are seeing a resume has an apartment like that, which is like frame things that look like stunning. Will I think it's like the key is like you either have to have the same type of mirror or different mirrors but then different mirrors is like ap hanging have you been like watching things or listening to music lately? I have been like I haven't been consuming I've been reading a scary. Okay. Raggi? Really Draghi No. I've I've been reading I've. been. Acting, like my mom which by which I mean getting into bed at like nine o'clock, and then like reading and then falling asleep that's so nice. I like that for you a lot. I do too. I got a book of. Crossword Puzzles at the grocery store. One of those grocery store books Oh you're an Albany I'm truly like living by suburban life up here. Have you been? Have you been like like? Have you found that any piece of entertainment has been like a bomb to you recently? Like the stress of literally everything in the world I'm sort of most things will want peace of media that I'm actively consuming as the New York Times spelling bee playing that. Okay. Really good for really good for me. Good for you. The spelling be makes me so frustrated I can't do it. Yeah I. Love it, and like getting genius feels good and also sometimes it becomes a boyfriend activity where it will help. Together, yes. Yeah. Will Say I. DO I. Frequently will look over to my boyfriend and say what I will read the clue, and then it becomes a group activity and we have like only honestly together. Yes. Of course, that's the joy of life. We have the same boyfriend by the way we have the same boyfriend. We also in Albany he's he flies back and forth people are calling him a super spreader or whatever but I think he's just like funny. He just random and folly does like pranks and stuff like he'll cough and people's faces as a prank I love him. It's so funny you..
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Mary kill. We can do it few different ways. But. We can do a film version okay? Okay then, that's what it is okay. Okay I think I got it okay. Fuck Mary Kill A-. Greenberg. Wall were young. Marriage story. I going to take a I wasn't going to pick. The best one I was GONNA say Greenberg while we were young. Meyrowitz stories okay I was also going to do Meyrowitz stories when I was like we should throw in maybe a good one. Let's do Meyer would stories. Let's do. This sucks of course. Of course it does. okay. All toxic. Okay I think I have A. Fuck while we're young. because. You know I feel like I've already had sex with the physical embodiment of while. We're young and I just like know what to expect. Like some like Gross Brooklyn Shit share also the seen in while we're young. Were they all throw up because they're doing Iowa Oscar in some like home in Brooklyn. Grows kind of funny And then. I? Guess I-. I- Mary Meyrowitz Stories? I guess like I guess I'm kind of like there for like I. Really don't like watching Adams and learn that movie. He's in that like mode of doing dramatic, or he just made me really uncomfortable and get okay but the the woman plays sisters really good in that movie so like cool. Go Off And I'm obviously killing Greenberg. I can't do it I hate it. I would be happy uncomfortable with any other option well. Okay? The sucks. It sucks so much. I'm GonNa also marry Meyrowitz stories like doable. JUST HAS TO BE DOABLE I think. Though. This bad. Verdoux. That is so perverted of you. Happens because he moved to La. We. Both picked our respective coasts like I. What happened. That's literally what happened, Phil. That's where I'm living right now. Sure that's how I feel. He has a pool that has a pool and swim in the pool and like I mean it ends any it ends. You know and so nothing I likely tortured old man obsessed with. Briefly. I think that's what it has to be right now. Okay I respect I. Respect Your reasoning there, thank you. Thank you? Thank you I really. Thank you are you know? I'm giving you a virtual handshake. Looking something up right now, what are you doing? Sorry. I got a text. I got it. Because I might be. Fun. Okay! Okay, let's bring it to final words. Okay any last words I guess I'll start. Since you know Tis, your pick and I'll let you close it out, go. I think that's somebody can be a pillar. Of something I think somebody can be. Can Be important. You know can be a figure. And can connote something in history, but. I. I don't know if that makes them an icon. And I think. I get that he is definitely like the poster boy of this moment. Movement and has been the most successful and also been successful in a way where it doesn't mean that he. Waters down what he does or. You know changes as well because I think that's also the that we like connotes success. Right as you do your long enough to then do the thing that everybody else wants to do and like still been steadily doing his thing. which I think is very cool and very respectable. Thank. You didn't go off to make like Spielberg movies are. Big, budget, he and he's not just like directing episodes of like Prestige TV hacking it up for the night time, and being like okay good I did it. That being said. We talk about I and also listened like we've. Had people on our episodes. They just like gathered icon, and sometimes. We're like well, maybe not exactly. And I think. bombeck might be exactly actually for me. I think. I think he just might not be. An icon to me. I think I. Think I'll also like. Qualifying it as being like Ta, US is kind of important in this situation where. There are people. I'm friends with several of them are like who are like. Yes, this this man is an icon Lewis. Man is important to the history of cinema like this man's work can be like studied in schools. Follow Blah which like whatever? That that school for you. nyu school, the Tisch School of the arts for you But I think like. Yeah I! Don't I came into this being actually like no in my soul? That I don't think he's an icon but I. do know that we'll have like a good conversation about it. And like I think I, think something we kind of get tripped up on on. The show sometimes is like. Like someone like does good work like does that make them an icon and it's like. Now, it's like the reason. The the famous reason that Amy Adams isn't an icon. Like. Ask Good at her job, but there's like nothing. that. Like, like being good. Your job is like not enough like. Simply just like wow, Olivia the fucking scalding tea that. I just think it's like it's like I, don't know like. Art is one of those weird places where it's like when someone is Has Chosen it as their job, and then they're good at it. Where like? Wow incredible? And it's like when I show up to my job and I'm good at. People are like yeah. That's what we expected of you because you chose this as your job like..
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"More quote Unquote Asian mumble core. If you actually go to Asia where they are doing their own thing, saying sue is. Bad at making a slowly, but like American core like not a thing right and not something. That's really. Seen like seen or in a genre I, don't think of like. You know there's definitely. Like Queer. Movies than I think of like pariah, which is like a black film, and then like saving face which is like you know. Asian, American story or whatever, but then it's it's that same thing it's like we're these tiny little moments in these. Big sweeping big sweeping movements like that. Yeah, that it's kind of like okay well, let's just make what's. Let's just keep on truckin. I do wonder if now obviously you know everything going on, it feels like. People are going to be hyper aware and it'd be like now. We're going to promise to put. At least half of the movies this year. Make them by people of Color, and it's like okay, but who's going to help them. Make it right. It's also it's like it's so the and this is happening. You know like everywhere in every single industry where they're like. We're more focused on like you're going to be more diverse in our hiring or whatever and it's like. The studio if the exacts if you're not gonNA like like, burn the whole thing down and start over. It's like it's like it doesn't actually matter like and actually the film industry is like a good metaphor, 'cause. It's like cool if they're like more people like in front of the camera like that's great, it's again that is let's say like ten percent of the operation, the other ninety, also to get changed by that you should have like a black gaffer, or whatever late like you should have like black women in the hair and makeup changed to like do. Women's hair and make no talk about that for a while while while like. Yeah! It needs I mean yeah. I mean even like all most of the light increase if you go on a set. Like most of the light increased like the cruise. Even if there are people of color in them there like by the same white guy yeah like. Across each state who is probably Republican and like really scary. And just like you can I mean even if you put like black people in your movie. If you're shooting at night and you don't know how to light them, it's GonNa look like Shit like I'm so pervasive like so many different ways, and it's why like when Barry. Jenkins or Jordan, Peele makes a movie and we're like. Wait a minute. Why does this look incredible? Yeah, tagged because you like the way movies was based on how white people look on film like? Historically like that is why. Lights are set up the way they are so like. Getting you have burn the whole shutdown. It's interesting to me also just like I mean I don't know. Yeah, we do. Yeah, we actually have to burn everything down actually really fascinating to me and and kind of then yeah, I agree. I don't know I had a thought. And then it sort of food out of my head sort of bravely, but I but I agree. Okay well, Olivia! Should we play a quick little game of Fuck Mary Kill Yeah? Okay. We talked about bombeck both so much and so little. I think it's like this is actually kind of what I wanted to talk about. Because I do think he's like representative, he's like the most successful representative of a whole thing. Right that I wanted to talk about, and it's like. Can Something Be Lake? Iconic or even just like good while also being like. A microcosm of like kind of a structural issue It's it's. It's also like I. Feel Like I. Don't WanNa. Come across as being like. Yeah now. None of these movies should be successful in these men are just like getting a exactly not being talented, because that's not what I agree. Win as well like it's like it's like such a a nuance thing where. I love love. Love. Richard Linklater does put book for people of Color and movies absolutely. Not at all, he put that one little Hispanic boy in boyhood as a token. Isn't this awesome the? Then, we awarded Patricia Arquette and we said Thank you. Thank, you queen for teaching that boyhood or read, or whatever like we could manager restaurant like? Go Off I. Do love that movie that that's the other thing is like. Yeah, obviously, we saw that movie at the same exact time. We also moved to New York. Doesn't help that. The boy in boyhood is our age. It's like I'm just GonNa Watch myself grow up here of course and cry while I do it. Okay Andrew was entering the chat to say his daughter who was in it is again. Richard Linklater has a Mexican daughter. Her name's Olivia I. Think Oh. That's nice. She is passing though so. Now. I'm saying. I still he'll the same anyway. Anyway though though I guess like Thanksgiving once again. But. Yeah, this, there's How to say it. Had to say it something systematic afoot. Dramatic this way come, thank you. That was what I was going to say. I like that. We said it together. Yeah Damn Fuck Mariko Fuck Mary Kill Okay Reno, and as we explain decisions, we can get into these things more, or and even more.
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Say. Yes. Yeah I don't know just like. I think he does good. Things or maybe interesting things yeah I guess it is causing me to reflect on just like mumble core as a whole. Right it's like what. What did that, do they? Yeah. What did we get from it? I mean it just felt. Different. In a way I mean it just felt like to me feels like to me. Like this extension of A different extension of privilege like not only. Is it a privilege to be able to have stories about everything? Like about being space or Or. Your, Yet so so, that was like not only. Can you have these stories about like all these big things, but you can have about nothing. As well. Yeah I mean. I don't know I feel like also like that's. The thing is like mumble core films I've personally so few of them. Do I actually feel like. I've enjoyed or like to me. Yeah, but the films. that. Inspired, mumble core may be. Like girlfriends. Or Sex lies and videotape or clerks or slacker like. Those I really enjoy right. That sounds to me where it's like. It's like to be like inspired by the same things. I'm sure there are pupil who were like you know probably the same age as you're like Schwammberger near do pauses, or whatever who just like weren't white men who were also inspired by clerks, also inspired by slacker, just like didn't know people who had like one hundred thousand dollars to right. I mean like I love Andrew. Just Sumo, who's like a Nigerian photographer and director and he did this film mother of George that. Is just. Yeah to me also feels like. Kind of Like an interesting like offshoot of mumble like of. Mumble core, but is like just set in like very very firmly rooted in like the Nigerian immigrant story, and that's the other thing. Is that like I'm sure someone listening will be like. They're actually missing like these movies, but it's like. That sure that's great, but also those kinds of movies aren't classified under mumble court like mumble for like implicitly. Yes, White Viking. Just kind of like how it is, and if it's like, if like a black prison made it the again, they'd be like. Oh, it's A. it's a black Noah Baumbach. It wouldn't be like. Noah Baumbach. What people don't really compare him to anyone ray? He's not like. It like if anyone, it's wit silman, but that was like five years before he was working. That's not as A movement instead of being like this is a one to one comparison and the only difference race. Yeah! Damn. That's real. That's real it is. Yeah, I mean I. Don't know it's like I feel like. Even like Wyatt's. Like buried Jenkins and all these who like you're not totally aging, but like yeah like this. There's a generation of like black. Tours. Like medicine for melancholy. Just like you know is definitely like that's like close close. It is just like people like walking around right, but there probably is some sort of sort of sort of like. If you looked it up some article, you know that Slake Barry Jenkins the black. Book or whatever taking a stab at this it's like. That's why I think we've done. We find ourselves like forced to like. Make these own. Like are like yeah, we just have to keep making work for ourselves Kogo. Nobody's got like I don't know as I. It's like you have to make if you want to like. I don't know it feels like why people either have to make lake. Edano like. Just, you know you're like. like the best man or whatever or you have to make like completely singular works like you have to know like kind of middle ground writings, and and then we also. Be like that's like the sign that we did it, yes. And like or like only recently are like. Do we have like Black Panther or creed, or these birds super high budget high grossing. Like And I'm sure like to some extent, also just thinking about the making space I'm sure like you know Andrew but. Like you know Joe Swartberg, and all these guys were like. We have to make space for ourselves because if you are. Like us you can like. They want us to make these big showy movie. Sweeping drop dramas and we don't want to. We WanNA do these intimate. Scenes or whatever and then it just comes down to capitol like. Comes down to being able to have someone who will be like. Here's a couple hundred thousand dollars like your movie. I mean yeah, it's like an even. Like. Black Independent. Filmmakers. It is like that. Somehow that's its own. That's it's own. Jonah or something like is, but it's not. But it is. It's like these little blips like there's not a feels like the idea like movement hasn't really right. It's up. Capital, yeah, exactly it's like with like with the whole white indie scene there like tears in their like classes of it and like there are people who like who are like. We all came together Bob La like the whole pocket of women who do it who are always like? Pet respite does Luna's grew like that does make sense like Kelly? Reichardt has to like wait ten years between every movie or whatever like? but it's still like that kind of. Group I feel like doesn't exist as much and we're. We're only talking about black. People wear the like whereas next mumble Korea's like Asian monk. For Yeah..
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"No not Helen Hunt. Other one. Bonnie Bonnie Hunt. Known Bonnie Oh Lord. What's her name? The southern one? Oh. Sir. Mary, Fuck Kill Holly Hunter Bonnie Hut. Wow. Mary Fuck, kill. Mary Holly Hunter Fuck Helen Hunt. Kill Bonny Hunt. Answer Yeah. I'll repeat cheaper by the dozen. Cheap what into. One End to one and to what are how Bonnie Hoods Doing Arthur? She's probably challenge yet. Show for awhile. By Hunt Show, it was awesome cock. Show I think. I'll what channel NBC I believe? Really now yeah, and if. You don't think of Bunny. Hunters Simone people will be like you should watch that show, but it happened. Guess people looking out for her best good. Long! She's got people looking out for her. That's what matters to body leads. But Yeah I really Love Square in the wheel, and also I think that. Listen. I saw that I saw marriage story and I was like I. Feel like you said if you had to say about divorce was good bewail. Well Okay I. DO Think I. do think those movies are interesting together because it's like one is so clearly drying from his parents, divorce and one is so clearly drying. Orally and PSYCHOTIC psychotically merged. And it's good in the whale. It's like there is like. I think that the the like similarities between those two movies are just as interesting as the differences between those two movies where it's like the the Noah Baumbach stand in. In those movies like. Or at least the movie itself like the movie himself kind of like. Has so much? I don't WanNa. Say Love, but it kind of is cares for each of the people in. Relationship. Yes, absolutely and even in marriage story when they're like literally screaming at each other, it's like. I personally, whereas like out people in we were like stay may everyone that movie makes your hand look like a bitch and I was like I. Don't know if we watch the same. Yeah movie like I think it, it takes like. So much care to to like make a movie. That isn't just like Kramer versus Kramer where it's like the MOMS split. A movie about like the Dad. Even good in the world. It's like the dad is kind of goes off the rails, but like. There's so much like the main characters still. It's like his parents, so there's still like so much love going in both directions still remember. Laura dern won an Oscar for marriage story, okay? She wanted Oscar for taking off her jacket in the courtroom. I. Think that that's crazy. I love resolved thinking that that's crazy. That's one of those things though where it's like so obvious that it was like. Okay so Laura dern has little women and marriage store in the same year. We've never really given hurt Oscars alike now. We're just GONNA. Go ahead and give it to her. Yeah, yeah, he also is kind of incredible, and that's where she meets. Scarlett Johansson she. She was often like on the couch was if it was between her and Joe Joe Rabbit that Ed. I'm glad it was her. There was no one one that's Jewish in unless unless we gave it to Ford's Pew. Even no one really no one wins when the family pews. You? Yeah Yeah I know Do you. WanNa talk speaking of marriage story to talk about Noah. Baumbach messy. Life I think it's. I think it's time. Men really just give just be hot to people. This is putting if I pulled this mess. Eighty so crazy, also because it's like. He's not that high he. Hit. Was Normal Looking motherfucker. Book more. Looks like if Jason Schwartzman. Like if you if you say on the edges of Jason Schwartzman him look more normal. Just like why are these women like? Why is bigger with breaking up a marriage? Okay, I should say allegedly breaking up a marriage, because the allegedly bringing up alleged the the official party line is that they did not start seeing each other until after Noah. Baumbach left a pregnant Jennifer. Jason Leigh. That being that's that's still not good. That being said I'm more realistic. Timeline is that he was cheating on? Jennifer Jason Leigh with Greta Gerwig while she wall cement while they were making Greenberg, which is a movie that people fucking love for some reason it makes so deeply uncomfortable. By podcast they'll be fry wrote an article about Greenberg that. I'll never forgive I love her and respect her. Never forgive her for that Greenberg article. Okay podcast, David Sims is also fucking obsessed with Greenberg loves. It loves the Shit. Is One of those things I'm like I'm missing the point. I don't think so though, but I think I just don't love Greenberg and I'm allowed to be like no, and that's kind of one of the interesting things I. Think about no back where it's like. You know because he's like a white Oh tour. He's allowed to like. Do kind of all these different things where it's like where it's like. Some of his movies I'm like this is brilliant us in some of his movies. I'm like I hate this like while we're young, is actually like one of the worst movies I've ever seen and was going to ask you about that. We'll get to it, but then. They're like Meyer would. Story does good but like. And then there's ones where I'm like. Do I just not get what's going on here? Yeah? What am I follow this on Francis? I mean obviously for you know whatever, but that was definitely one of the ones where I was like am I. Not Getting it or do I and I get that that I get that. This isn't for me and so I just don't and I and I also think it's interesting because I'm like I sometimes I can't tell because people love to be like Noah back does the same thing every time and I'm like if that were true, all of these movies would be more consistently like one way or the other and like I could tell if I'm stupid or those people are stupid hard. It's hard you. Will just this point of not knowing if you're stupid or not, that's incredibly hard. I also I will say like I mean like. 'cause I. Just heard myself say it's not from me, which also I mean like you and I have talked about it before. Probably on pods like listen I love movie. Everybody's white. Oh, I'll eat that. Shit off this list. Some movies should be all white. People shouldn't just be all white people, and that's five totally fine. Thank you, thank you I. Say I. In our young is not one of those movies though. which just the thing is not one of those reimbursed is not one of those movies like the fact, even that like marriage story is like that is insane yeah? I wasn't Regina King. Laura dern. An interesting that like who is the Parker? Posey black people visit.
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Like those like three Whit stillman movies have kind of the same energy where it's like Oh of course. These like New York debutantes. Of course nothing is like sort of really happening here. It's because they're rich, and there's like no point to like making them. Go on like a big. Discovery Journey. Yeah, that's like not what would happen. It's like that kind of. The kind of like hyper realist, right which I think is why it makes so much sense that he's like friends with Anti Baker. They're like two who like who both are very specific about like. This is how it sounds when people talk to each other in real life, and this is what like real life is like, and then like sometimes something we'll get like tweaked a little bit in a way that like makes it pop yeah. But I think it's so. It's so funny how I really do love any Baker, and I'm like I. Get any Baker I don't mind sitting in a theater for two and a half hours. Oh baby make it through. The long version of Three and a tackle next is Peter Seven three hours maybe. I don't mind and then I think a lot of bombeck does make me feel. Irritated! I don't know. I think maybe part of it. Is this frustration rhyme like? Cod like you can just be. You can literally just be Noah above back. You can be born and raised in New York and a lovely life, and then you know it's like existential, erode dreads, and anxieties and frustrations, and then like record that and everybody's like. Wow, but it's but a lot of other people don't get to do that. like racing like last black men in San Francisco, which wasn't even like that. Aimless honestly, but I remember seeing it with a white friend, and and I was like Holy Shit I loved this movie and they're like it's okay. It's just like any other art movie. I was like one of you seen. that. It's like there's no like I think I. Think like a similar thing is like there's no black link later I. That doesn't exist right of just like a black like. Hang out movie. doesn't really. Has Had I'm trying to think if there is one 'cause they're like romantic. There's like a light black movies, but there are no lake Lake? League wears a black like slacker or like a black squid, and the whale or I don't know I mean I don't. Like I feel like black movies have to be so high concept like pretty much. You have to be able to like really sell it in the room. Yes, in order dead it made. Think been in the. Room in like pitching stuff, but it is like you do have to have a certain element like and this will speak to X. Y. and Z. and that blood Buddha do like but I also wonder if there's a thing to of like. Atlanta's has tonal like totally jarring, and like weird moments in like has comedic heightened nece. That kind of has been to me. The glimpses of like the closest like here are just black, hanging out or Speak and that I think is also part of why. It is so resonant and like felt so. Cool Ray. It is just like it's like scenes of Atlanta where they're just like hanging out. Yeah, just like very kind of quietly like astounding, because it is like none of the none of the dialogue is like heightened at all. No one feels like they're like. It never feels you know win like. You were I I. Don't want to spoil anything that we can cut this if we want, but we are going to talk about Hollywood shuffle. At a certain point and it, but it never like an on Atlanta. It never feels like we've pushed some kind of like. We've never pushed Oh. Yale School of drama. Actor into like something that felt like flat or like one dimensional. You know how sometimes you can tell when like a black actor is better than the work that they're being put into. Like like. Biology Davis in the help is like no, you're like you're so much better than yes I'm just. Yeah, I mean. This is also me thirsting after Jonathan Majors emotionally, but like he's somebody who's career. I'm so excited to see because he also like he used to be like you know. Little! Whatever's like he was white boy? Rick at that. Ruby hostels valuable remembers that. He was just like up in these flicks. And now it's like Oh my okay like you're getting to do work that like you're just as good as or if not better and like you're GonNa be in these really exciting things, which is cool, but also then I kinda I guess it goes back to what you were saying where it's like okay, but now you're doing like these big things like. Yeah I I wonder too I feel that there are. I mean there are a black character actors obviously, but like I feel like how the way that in the indie scene there. These white actors who are revered for being in. Indy spaces like like. There's there's no lack Parker Posey. I was GONNA. Say there's no black Adam driver, but like. The there's no one who like flips between. Do, Star, wars, and then go off and do like a Noah Baumbach movie or Or like do like a Jim Jarmusch. Movie Right doesn't happen yet, and there's no like there isn't. And maybe I'm wrong, but like there's mumble core like that doesn't know exists. The closes maybe we have is Atlanta and like sometimes insecure, but I was. Like, no, it's so heightened and be like comedy. And in like we want this to be a pallet, not held, but like this it unfortunately is already speaking for something, so can't go back and suddenly be like low key, and the thing about nobody movies is like..
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Okay we can cut this no Liz circle back. We're GONNA. We're, GONNA keep. You gotta go. The People Preamble Hooker to say last time we did these we did a series and our series was sick and this series. It's better just to say our series music. And this series. Directors yes. Film directors specifically, specifically kind of other directors I dunno television refer newsradio creative. Creative directors happy. Life is a lot of pot is who have fought is longer. So Olivia you pick, did director in order to have a discussion? Yeah, with me of all people. Thank you for the honour your way. I always I always pick you to have a conversation. Got To be blushing. yeah, do you want me to say who it is I would please live. WHO's your icon? Okay? The person I want to talk about is wait before you say that actually you have to say what they We actually told each other. Who are icons were before. Knows no I forgot Oh. Okay. I picked Noah Baumbach, all yeah. Lord. That's that's the reaction. I wanted to hear Oh lord here. We go so Olivia. I ask you the question that. Often you're the Daska guest. When did you first realize this prison? Was that I got to you. Okay I would like to I, would like to go back to my original point, which is often times on this show. People pick someone. Who is like? Is is like. I don't know I feel like sometimes we will pick people, and we will get into this position not to get like Meta about the show, but like we'll be position where someone is like so passionate about someone that we can't like. it's hard to be objective. It's hard to be objective, and it's hard to be like. No, I. Don't think that person is an icon because you're like sitting literally right next to them, and it's like lung but like I think no someone who is like right. On the precipice and like could go either way. Just in the mid until I just wanted to like talk about him. I wanted to kind of like explore our thoughts especially now because he's just so classically like. Like like an arty white boy in at a I'm where I think we are maybe kind of turning away from that culturally and so so that's kind of the groundwork from which I'm operating, okay but to answer your other question i. think either. The first time I really like got into him was When I saw Francis Ha. So a little late in the game, yes, I was a rolling her eyes right now. I was rolling. Her is the first time I saw. Frances Ha. I. This is the first movie that I fell asleep to in theater. Is the first movie I was shocked. I. What I say. Supposedly. Okay and then I had to watch it again and I was like I get it. You Talk to me about your finances. Haas story my. Story is that it was like the girls got one. Listen if you went to specifically. Francis came out like right when we got to Nyu. So I saw France Ha in a nearly empty theater. IFC AT IFC center like a week after moving to New York and so I was really like. Oh, well feeling it, yes, of course, and then I think I kind of worked backwards, and I think that like some of his movies are really great and I think some of them are a piece of shit, and then I think I think people are really like. into like how him and Greta 's whole like. Psychosis. Yeah exactly, and there's also like some juicy dirt to talk about with Noah. Because well, we can get into it. You can get into it very sure, but let's talk about the work I sort of where we start. Yes, so you saw Frances. Ha and you're like. My Dude, my dude. Yes, I was like my dude, and then I was like oh! Greta did a lot of that words. That kind of like Mars like the Francis Hive everything but. I think I went backwards in. You know squid in the way all kind of a great movie. Kicking and screaming, which is actually my favorite? Have you seen kicking and screaming? A has nuking screaming? Okay, so kicking and screaming to me is kind of like a perfect Noah Baumbach movie, because absolutely nothing happens and. White people complaining the whole time. There's no like. The at no point. Is he trying to like pretend? It's anything other than that grant ever trying to be like Oh like this is a movie like. About something more, it's like like marriage. Story is great like it's I think it's because the best ones are all the really like personal ones I can't watch like. Meyrowitz stories like that doesn't feel about a mistress. America I hate it. That movie I miss so boring and like. I think it's like poorly written, and it doesn't really have a point. Wow, didn't you just say you liked with? No, but. Here's the thing. Is that like I? There are there is a difference to me between like a movie, not having a point in a movie, being kind of like purposefully less okay, which is what kicking and screaming is kicking. His screaming is about the period of your life after college. Where you don't know what's going to happen, and you just sit instead of taking any action. Yeah, and so the fact that the movie just sits makes perfect sense.
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"It is the full time I'll be a zoom meeting. Be like. Here I'll hear Bobby Brown. Be Anything that. Like every single day and you know ultimately I'm grateful Sometimes I I assume they my head. It's all the same person but I think this person also really like Mariah. 'cause sometimes easier, mariah joy, and it's like you got. That makes sense yeah. Eighty something to get you started. I did like I have been like because I can only sort of here. It's the songs like it. Feel like sometimes they're closer sometimes. They're further away shore But I do every time terms they're closer, and sometimes they're further away. I feel like they're in their car. Maybe they're like parking it in a different. Social but sometimes I do like I'll hear it. I'll be like I. WanNa hear this in fall and I am reminded of what a great song says and they get really sad about when he he used in Bobby Brown. Why. Why you said. At talented. Don't we do this? Tells it I know I know she's really talented can ruined her life. Ben! Okay I am going to make you go watch the Whitney Houston Bobby Brown Bravo TV series. And we'll, we'll just kind of will circle back. Okay if you insist. You. Hate right do that so rude. A rude to Whitney and you know that. I will. Not particularly some things. I know very concretely in some. I don't. Well Olivia Time, don't you? Oh, yeah, I'm excited for this because I picked someone. Who If you read the episode? You already know who it is, but it's not because I think that they're an icon. It's because I wanted to have a discussion. About what makes an icon four? You say that as well I'M GONNA. Say, we've done episodes like this before. We're GONNA. Have to splice this. Is this just rearranged the time of this? Goes straight into it. We got to give the people a little preamble..
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Hello Hello Hello. Folks, you know what it is loaded. Do you know what be you know it was? You know what it was it. You know what it will be. You know what it never will. Happen. Good one. Thank you, guys. It's another episode of ICONOGRAPHY. I'm I. Oh, and I'm Olivia baby tells what this podcast is about. This is a podcast about celebrities as Kazaa. Icons is the podcast island. I ask a very important question which is. Can a celebrity endure the test of time? And usually we have someone on to talk about that. But we're doing a little special. Oh Baby! It's Leather Iona Livia. Sit Down dinner by dinner with Iowa Livia Dur did by Louisville, but before we get to that. Every week. We have our of the moment, right? Icons of the week. And and we talked to each other about. That is true. That is what happens. I do have an icon of the week and delivery I do have an icon of gorgeous. My I kind of the week is a person who. Throwing I kind of weak is a man. Okay, it's one Mr Tevin Campbell. If. You are not familiar with the gorgeous. PAY THEON OF NINETIES R&B. Then I suggest you get yourself familiar and I. Suggest you start with Mr Tevin Campbell of the hit single. Can we talk? My friend Ben. You Know Ben has a story about. Smoking weed with Kevin Campbell on a stoop in Oakland as As a teen what? It was like Kevin Campbell was like friends with someone. He News like Stepdad or something, and he just walked up and Ben was geared. Having Campbell in having Campbell was like yeah. I hope it was having Camp I'm pretty sure it was. Really Funny Guy who just looked Tevin Campbell just always be like. Yeah, I'm sure. Let's say I'm Tevin Campbell. Let's do it. Have you been listening to a lot of Heaven I've been listening to a lot of heaven, and I've just been gaining a lot of appreciation for heaven again, not only like the fact that he just was like so talented. Can we talk is one of the greatest songs ever period forever? It's just literally always good. I'm ready, also another hit, but he also did the voice of. The songs for a goofy movies. Yes, yeah, and he's. That's why those contracts go the fuck off. He's power line. That's why that's why it's good. 'CAUSE Tevin Campbell is power line. He's great. I think it's a great choice to. And I just specifically have been sort of 'cause another thing I've been doing during this period, I think reba coming my mother and I'm listening to like music that she would listen to when like weekly in the house or like when she just needed to relax, and it's a lot of like nineties in be and Gospel and I'm just going to say this like. Like. They don't make music like they used to. Men had to hide their sexuality. Like didn't like. That's the reason why all these men are mumbling, because they're like so publicly allowed to just like be horrible that they don't have to internalize anything in their spirits and their voices. If they did if they had things to suppress right, we would, we would have some talent again. Is what I believe so. Obviously for like society progressively, we're open and better, but I don't know. Plus talking about how our MBA isn't as good anymore. Do you want to hear thought? I had last night as I was falling asleep. And I I was like I have to remember to talk to Iowa about this. Yeah, of course. Do you think Khalid is a black ED, Sheeran? Wow. Wow. You really wanted, said it did because open. Legis lectures, think about it. This kind of dresses like the normal person in the world. Yeah, people are obsessed with him. For some reason I don't totally understand yes, and kind of just like music that is maybe slightly better than average in kind of genre. That doesn't get a lot of play like Yup. Yup It's just like it's like the women who are making our NBA right now are operating such a high level that guess and the men are just kind of like. If you step up a little bit, you're like Oh my God and that's like Ed. Sheeran pop music and ALCOHOL NEXT KHALID IN R&B space. That's like kind of are in. Be Yeah. But it also him being like. Taking long drives I'm a teenager like yeah. Yeah not believed to step it up i. that's kind of what I need. I just need the boys to step it up, I know. I don't know. How that's GonNa Happen. I don't know what this will require of me. US an hour. You can put that burden on yourself. Do This I. Just feel like we need to get the work done, and nobody's doing it so. I actually think it is incumbent on me to do something about it. I don't know why. But. That's how I feel right now. My friend cap was this video. He ever seen it was called black men united, and it was like a supergroup made up of all of the the men in our in be no, and they basically did like this song called. You will know and It was written by Deangelis. This was like nine, hundred, ninety, four or five, and is also. It was in the movie. Jason's lyric if you remember. And This is what holes in pocket like we should know about, but anyways so like Angelo wrote. The song didn't sing on it when he Kravitz played. The Guitar didn't sing on it because this was like before. He was like fully Lenny Kravitz, and like elder barge was in it. Brian. McKnight boys to men. I'll be sure Joe Keith Sweat h town, or can we assure Tony Tony Tony? So crazy, what stokely Williams of mint condition silk like. All, these guys coming together and the song. All the proceeds went to like five different. Organizations like. It just like it just doesn't exist in kind of collective mile. It's like why do I know about? We are the world on Jewish. You will know from Jason's lyric. I'm not asking for much I'm just asking for the for this to happen again. I'm asking for the boys to put it together in Tevin. Campbell is in it if I didn't say it so timing. Circle. Yes, in anyway, so how do we get that again? I. Don't know but I realized that I wanted to switch my icon. Because you reminded me of someone who I think is really important. I remind you of you reminded me of the person on my block. Who plays something in common by Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown every single day. Every single day at eleven thirty, a M, something in common by Whitney Houston and Bobby, Brown..
"olivia" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
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"olivia" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"I'm not a photographer and an artist. Because it's like fun this but you but you cleared similar kind of which you know the okay. I'm never gonNA show this anybody or if I do it'll be ten years phenoms doing it to you know to express my soul a little bit. Yeah I think I've gotten Were comfortable with that. The last few years like like shooting something. It not going anywhere like I have this project that it's like a sixty image series of self portrait's in it's an amazing story and I spent like two two years on it but it's not out. I tried to get it like it was going to be a book and then I nobody would publish it and not not to say that's why it's not coming out but it kind of it was like. Oh I think this is part of something larger and I need to save this so Yeah I think I think it's okay Andy. We know it's not about how it comes out to me like it's about making a great photograph and it's hard because our industry is so independent on really instant gratification and instagram if he was on the on instagram than is gone. You know so like I kind of. Don't put the best stuff when instagram if it's personal work Because I'm unlike artists don't want this to be gone like I'm GonNa say this for something else So that that's hard and it's hard because like you wanna be putting stuff up in like to be relevant. Yeah Yeah because you have to like part of my job. I have to post online. And that's okay but to like save. That stuff takes a lot of leg willpower. And I I think just foresight to be like no. This is part of something. Bigger Post. John's pick some instagram page. And keep my stuff myself no creditor nothing okay. We're GONNA take a short break. We come back more with. Olivia be stay.
"olivia" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"The New York Times Complex magazine and Rookie magazine work has been exhibited internationally and she published the book kids in love with aperture in two thousand sixteen. She currently works at both with New York and L. A. and we're speaking to her via skype from Mount Vernon Oregon. Welcome to the show. Olivia be thank you so much for having me. Hello Hello Hello Pleasure to have we. We're all big fans if you work here Let's jump right into John. You want to ask a question. I'll start with what really struck me. which is the image image that the front of your your website? It's the the image of the horses and the landscapes and what seems to be part of that same series and. I'm wondering if you could talk about that a little bit in terms of You know the decisions that you made eight using the grain. The caller miscegenation. I mean it's not completely different from your previous work but Just kind of curious as the inspiration and way decided to go there technically. Yeah great stuff. Yeah thank you What most people don't really know that I do have of I spent a lot of my time in the country and This is before I started writing more seriously but like like I've done some work where I have to ride a horse And so they've always been really. I've just always been super attracted to them and I guess when it comes to photograph technically I. I don't really think about it. That much to be honest like it's more of blake feeling and I was just capturing that and that's how it turned out and I tweaked it a little bit in post but it's it's more of just just like a feeling like I'm not setting out to like okay. I'm ready US grain on this photograph and I need to find some wild horses and I think the colors should be like this. You know I just just kind of like I take the photo until it feels right and then I do the post until it feels right and then I have a photograph I like. I just do it till I like it to be honest. And Yeah if I capture that feeling If I captured a feeling then I feel like I've done my job at that. Feels like a graph to me and he thought on what that feeling is it is I mean. Is that something that that you can put words into necessarily or You just gotTa leave that for the viewer That's why I take photographs fair enough. Yeah go ahead. I'm a writer to separate you know. Yeah yeah good good. Good good into something. I want to ask before any further Are you shooting film or digital or use shooting digital and emulating emulating film because it looks film. I mean I. I started out in film. I'm looking at pictures. And it's like looking at co- collar all those color negative films that I remember from way back. When are you doing that or you? Emulating with films simulations on digital I should I shoot mostly fell. You know I have to shoot digital for some types of jobs more on the commercial side and and there are personal projects where I do choose digital over film for other reasons. Sounds like maybe it's a self portrait and I really WanNa see what it looks like or Under low light. It would just do better digital you know but primarily my work as film Okay all right and can you talk a little bit about maybe some of the conversations you have with Our Directors or editors when when you're thinking maybe film would be the way to go and the asking otherwise or is it. The conversation muck went up in that way you know there are clients that have really high demands and have a lot of people above them that need to see things right away way and kind of how our world works right now for better for worse and how our industry is working so You know to have a job by need to. I think tissue digital allowed of time and sometimes it is the better tool for the project but the editorial clans and commercial clients know that I shoot primarily film in usually I will show like a digital polaroid situation so people know like the General Direction of what the will look like in. The film is always like much better so far. No no and that's true. It's really important thing. You gotta give something walk away saying okay. I think we're all right digital. They can see it. Film going away with trust Y my question I wanted to ask you is you started off obviously just doing pure pure Olivia be photography. You had nobody putting restrictions parameters on you you shooting from your soul from your heart and just from your personal aesthetics and then you were discovered and you go shooting to the talk and obviously when people are paying a lot of money to have you take pictures. They have a sane things. Have you been able to maintain and released field. You've been able to maintain this creative spirit that got you where you're going in the first place with all of this commercial pressure of clients and everybody having to make sure that at their asses a covered essentially I do most of the time feel like people really do hire me for me and I'm so lucky to be in place my career like that but today allow you to continue being yourself and they say we hire because we like your arm but he's we want you to do in Maine. It could clash with your personal aesthetic attic where your work approach. I'm just Kinda curious if if you've been able to manage that well if you've had Dang you head against the wall of it saying you're hiring for being need that you're not allowing me to be amy and maybe you have slate. Of course that happens. That happens often but I think the part of the reason reason why I've been able to keep going in the reason why I still get hired and the reason I still love this. Is that even. If that what happens I still have to make a picture for me at the end of the day or I'm going to be really unhappy. Of course there. Are you know there are jobs that you just have have to get done. And that's that's what it is but yeah I'm in a place where I don't really have to take those jobs very often. I take jobs I WANNA do And I don't know I'm not like a normal like I don't know I'm not like a typical lifestyle photographer so I feel like if you hire me you kind of it. It's just not going to be the exact normal workflow not to say I'm like have a special workflow but it's like my work. It's different buying hiring new. You're hiring hiring my package. This is what I do okay. That's it good. Yeah exactly like a relationship. Yeah no I gathered that you seem to be maintaining in your personal integrity and you work it shows because you do have their unique style and it's been showing out all of your work but I was just curious to know how much head then you had do along way to maintain it. You answered it. Yeah I mean I think I just didn't do a lot of head banging I and I think part of that is probably because I started working so young I worked when I was fifteen. So I'm like well I don't know how to do this. How anybody else do it? So I'm just GonNa do it how I do it when I was fifteen. I was delivering fruit orders for with this fruit store downstairs from me. That's the higher I still. That's a GIG on the side. They liked what I did. They like like my style so they still hire me from time to time. But Hey I don't know when I when I was like twenty twenty four. I why I was like Gosh. I've never had another job besides photography in babysitting like I. I did some awed jobs because I felt like such A. I don't know I was like I'm so privileged et. I feel like I accept people in the service industry in like really. Try to respect everybody but I I don't know I feel like I needed a little bit of a reality check together doing a lot of work and feeling burnt out I went out and moved cows. Cows oh well okay. That's what I do and in the upbringing Portland was. Did you have any kind of touch with nature or with the rural communities that time or not really a lot of nature. I would say as much rural community but like we went to the mountain a lot And to each. There's just so much nature in Portland were you Kinda. Can't you couldn't avoid it if he had. I think when it is something that you're considering a personal series compared to a commercial job. How does your workflow flow different? And I'm thinking more even in the in the amount that you shoot and post process and your edit do kinda get down to one or two images to pass on or how does that work for you I think in my in my personal work usually like I know when the shot is there and I'm like that's the shot. I want us the shot that tells the story like there. There will not be too. There's this In my personal work shoot a lot of eight by ten these days so yes I run which is different than Judy. Mike Whatever Five Thousand Pictures Day on the digital job if you choose alive setups. I do think that it takes longer like even though I'm able to find that place still finding a picture that makes me happy. I do you think it takes longer in a commercial context just because because of what you were talking about because there are so many voices. It's not like immediately. I'm always like well does the picture I I WanNa make you know and I'm GonNa just make that you know there's a lot of other voices and there's money involved and you know there's one hundred people onset takes longer. I feel like tickets place of like taking photo but I've gotten better as I get older to like kind of cut away the initial bullshit but of course like I deliver a Lotta pictures because that's my job but in aditorial context. I feel like you can be like no. This is the one so I try to exercise that as much as possible but like I know it's not always reasonable to debut ensure Jason. I'd Libya editorial kind of sweet spot. Do you think In terms terms of versus you know commercial jobs for companies because a lot of the music stuff that you do like for billboard I noticed the migo shoot. You did where you had them on like in in a totally unfamiliar light with three horses and stuff. It seemed like you had a lot of control. There is that accurate. Yeah Yeah I think I mean editorial to`real is more open because you're more telling a story rather than Showing a product. But I mean I think editorial is getting more and more commercial and but there's somehow less and less money so it's it's still kind of you know everything's kind of skewing commercial in in general but I do think that editorial is a really great place to make art sometimes with real talent you might not have access to but that's how I look at aditorial is like Oh my gosh I definitely want you migos and you know migos is probably not GonNa call me and ask me to shoot them for a personal project and then say I owned the pictures you know so like Oh yeah absolutely. Yeah working the magazines I work for are wonderful. So I'm really lucky for those editorial editorial outlets because yeah it's it's about making a story and making art into those jobs come to you kind of through random sources and editor that like you were gives you call or do you do. They always kind of channel through through The people that you agencies of the people you work with editorial.