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"pamela" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"I want to be present and enjoy my his body insects in general. But i find it hard to not focus on the way extra weight and my body perceived imperfections also looking for good sex positions for women. This has been holding me back from exploring sexually and having sexual experiences at. I'm ready to shift it now. I know pamela that you've gone through a lot of this. You spoke about this in your book. You do live demonstrations. I've seen a lot of pamela pamela. How would we advise diana here. I want to take a big breath. You know holding ourselves love in our self acceptance in one hand and our shame and disappointment and the other and just knowing that it's not one or the other it just doesn't wanna be other so he's becoming like the rope artists of the century over here. He'll see the trying. I'm just shy studying studying rope. And so last night he was showing me some ties and some things that he was doing. I was really curious about and court has me like opened up tight out on a four poster bed and i was my leg which is a really up there. I mean i was. I was how would you call it. Spread spread and i was curled up. Which meant i couldn't clay to the male. Let's i couldn't might flatten out my belly and stretch out instead of softened my roles okay and i was very aware. Here's the self acceptance artists. I was very aware of these three very large rolls of fat on my deli while he was being magnificent and and showing me a wonderful experience. I was very aware of my belly fat and at some point. I just haven't had acknowledge. Okay we're having a little belly fat chain okay. There it is high belly. We've had this conversation before and then it had to go well. He doesn't seem bothered by..
How To Keep Your Job On Vacation With Hubspot's Pamela Bump
"Pamela as marketers. Get a break as well. Some of us wanna take a vacation but you know marketing never stops how marketers keep their job while they're on vacation i think there's two elements to marketing teams keeping their jobs while on vacation. I you look at the marketer the marketer which i'll use myself as an example we've all been through a wild year we've had a lot of pivots. Twenty twenty was so wild and unprecedented. We all wanna break. I wanted a break. Everyone on my team definitely wants a break but we want to take that break without throwing any of our processes off so one of the things that i do is focused on really strong communication. I regularly have one on ones with teammates that i work with most often and at these one on ones i might give them a heads up saying. Hey i'm gonna take some time off at this time. If you're going to take some time off let me know. And then we'll come up with a plan of how we can best prepare each other for this time off so we make initial plans there and then on top of that. I will email my team. And i'll say just a heads up that next week. I will be off from this date to this date. Here is my out of office. Plan for example when i'm running emails. I usually schedule the blogs emails a week or so ahead of time. If i'm going to be out. But i will pick another responsible person. A. dr is what we call them. A designated responsible individual to take over the email of something needs to be changed or content. Isn't gonna go out that we've scheduled so that's one of those things l. Include in my out of office plan of who to reach out to. If something urgent happens. And i will also remind people of when they can reach out to my manager could she can make calls for me usually end. That's just a good way to remind people that i'll be out. Usually nothing urgent will happen in the summer. When i when i have taken time off but it's good to have that information and people know whether something is something they should email me about and i'll return the message as soon as i get back or if it's something needed to reach out to another teammate. About but i usually try to schedule as much in advance as possible and then make a little out of office plan.
A Record Number of Women Are Driving Trucks to Pay the Bills
"Record. Numbers of women are getting jobs as truckers demand for new drivers and higher pay are big factors. Here's stephen basan with the gulf states. Newsroom it's worth remembering that. Trucking is a pretty rough job for long hauls. It means sleeping in a caught behind the front seats. All those hours of sitting behind the wheel can lead the blood clots. Plus you're driving around the seventy foot long vehicle dangerous enough leads to different horns. Pamela williams is a truck driving instructor with dnc training academy in jackson mississippi. You scary situation that people are exposed to that kind of startled them but that the no truck ezekiel alien. Please get your life yet. Despite how intimidating the job could be more women. Today are taking the wheel and driving across the country. Williams says the main reason comes down to pay. Because i mean you looking at. I could go to a job. They'll work forty hours and bring home four hundred dollars. I could go out here in a week and make a thousand dollars a quick thousand dollars doing something that i like to do. That's good a lot of the retail and restaurant. Jobs typically held by women were much more likely to vanish during the pandemic. Some trucking jobs also disappeared early last year. When everyone went on lockdown but demand for drivers started skyrocketing soon after as online shopping surged. That's led to higher pay which is attracted a lot more people including women. The number of female truck drivers has jumped almost double digits in the last year. According to the us labor department's
"pamela" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"Yourself here you are welcome. And i believe it was truly god destined. We are in season. Three and this season has taken the podcast into the vantage point. Of what joy is. I'd like you to listen to each episode. This season through the lens of how jesus christ defiance joy john chapter fifteen verse eleven reveals this when jesus tells us to keep the father's commandments and abide in his love. Jesus says these things. I have spoken to you that my joy may remain in you and that you joy may be full enjoy and i pray. You received the message. The father has for you. Pamela winkelmann has a heart for christian women and in fact when i discovered her manifesto online. It just touched me in such a way that i really wanted to share it with all of you. Pamela talks about the relationship that we should have with our father. And what keeps us from having that whether it's our own feelings about inadequacy whether it's our own relationship with our earthly father or really anything else that keeps us away from god. She put together these five statements that tells us who we are in christ. Here's.
"pamela" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Start free and scale to meet their customers needs at any stage of growth and outside of being a wonderful platform for marketers. They're also a sponsor of the mar tech podcast so far for summer slump week pamela and i have discussed a. What is the summer marketing slump. And yesterday we talked about what marketing channels. We see dip in the summer which ones are less effective today. We're gonna talk about the positive side which marketing channels are more effective during the summer months. All right here's the third part of my conversation with pamela bump senior manager of audience. Growth that hub spot pamela happy hump day and welcome back to summer slump. Month on the tech podcast. Thanks for having me excited to have you back into. Continue our conversation so far this week..
Marketing Channels That Dip In The Summer With Hubspot's Pamela Bump
"So let's talk about what happens in the summer from a marketing channel perspective. What are the channels that you've seen have dipped or less performance during the summer. This isn't one of the deeper things that the analysis team that i worked with looked at but from working as an audience growth manager there are definite seasonality trends that you see with different channels. One in particular is organic search. When summer hits there are a lot of different holidays and with times of holidays and holiday weeks. You're going to see people searching different things so that might be in your favor so if your travel company and people are starting to search travel terms more often you might see that your content is getting more organic traffic. But if you're a beat to be company and people are searching leisure restaurants things related to just going out and unrelated to be to be. You might see less organic traffic. That's very normal and that's also something. We do see in december in january when people are searching things related to the holidays like new year's new year's resolutions christmas content. Things like that so while you can zone into the holidays and create content around the holidays or around the summer trends which the hub spot blog at least does regularly. There will be times of seasonality where you really can't avoid the search currents there another area you might see. Less engagement is email marketing at hubs bought. I do email marketing for the blog. And i supervise the sales service and website email marketers. Who do that for those blogs so while. I'm doing the marketing blog every year. We always see that. We're going to see less engagement in the summer months just because people are logged off and tuned out. One of the things we discussed in the last podcast was that people have been cooped up for months and now we're able to go outside and explore the world and because of that there's people taking more personal time in more vacation than the past in past years so because of that we're seeing less engagement on email as well
"pamela" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Start free and scale to meet their customers needs at any stage of growth and outside of being a wonderful platform for marketers. They are also a sponsor of the mar tech podcast so far for summer slump week. Pamela and i have discussed what the summer slump is and what the impact has been in. Twenty twenty one. And today we're gonna talk about what marketing channels dip during the summer. All right. here's the second part of my conversation with pamela. Bump senior manager of audience. Growth at hub spot pamela. Welcome back to summer slump. Week on the tech podcast. Thanks great to be here excited to continue our conversation. Yesterday we talked about the idea that during the summer we generally see less traffic and we normally see little deal flow because traffic and deal flow tend to be pretty well correlated. This year is a little different. Were coming off the backs of the global pandemic and we did see a little dip in traffic but we didn't necessarily see deal flow decrease so businesses are still doing relatively well and obviously that's different on an industry by industry basis all the traditional business type categories Your b- to be your construction. We see dips in traffic in those industries but in things like travel and leisure professional education. We're starting to actually see an uptick over the summer. That said the marketing podcast and we want to talk about what are some of the strategies. Marketers should be using to avoid kit by the summer slump. So let's talk about what happens in the summer from a marketing channel perspective. What are the channels that you've seen have dipped or less performance during the summer. This isn't one of the deeper things that the analysis team that i worked with looked at but from working as an audience growth manager there are definite seasonality trends that you see with different channels. One in particular is organic search..
What Is The Summer Marketing Slump With Hubspot Senior Manager Pamela Bump
"Pamela. Welcome to summer slump. Week on the tech podcast. Thank you. i'm really glad to be here excited to have you as our guest. Always a pleasure to talk to someone from one of our most important sponsors hub spot. Thank you in advance for helping to support the martic podcast and also thank you for joining us. You're the expert on what. I enthusiastically called summer slump month but i probably should say summer slump month. Talk to me about what the summer slump is. So recently i worked with my editorial team and some hubs by content analysts and we did some deep data research into the potential of summer slump. So the idea of summer slump is that businesses occasionally see seasonality and issues with getting high engagement high traffic high deal closing rates during the summer. These things tend to dip because a lot of people are kind of unplugging we see a lot of people taking time off a lot of teams might lose some motivation and productivity during the summer which is a natural thing to see but we wanted to do some deeper research to see how it might be different this year compared to twenty nineteen which was the last recent year that was uninfected by the pandemic since the pandemic did impact summer related data and data in general last year so we did some deep data to look into summer slob and we learned a bit about which industries were seeing some of the biggest dips and the biggest rises and business upticks in the summer this year. A lot to unpack there. Let's start off with the reason why there is a summer slump. You mentioned that last year was a little bit of a unique snowflake for reasons that do not need to be rehashed covert but this year is kind of a little bit more of a regular old year. People are out and about doing things but we still see some softening in the summer. I know who i blame. It's children they don't have school so parents have to take care of them. So they're away from work so we all get
Afghanistan: 20 Years of Mindless Mission Creep
"September. The eleventh was planned out of afghanistan. Three thousand people murdered in the space of one hundred and two minutes in a country. That was truly perfect to establish it. Training base is to house a mastermind. A of muslim fundamentalists never functioned as a nation on even during the monarchy that ruled it for a few years in the one thousand nine hundred seventy s no the nation whose genetic warrior bloodymindedness soul alexander the great defeated so the british empire at its height defeated so the soviet union which dis- deployed helicopter gunships against civilians. Landmines disguised as plastic toys to main but the children of that benighted nation. None of them could defeat the afghan tribes and our elite after deploying the best of the best special operators special forces. Cia pamela trees in october the month after september the eleventh in an amazing mission the quintessence of irregular warfare unconventional warfare. With just three hundred guys literally on donkeyback with laptops and laser-guided munitions leveraging twenty-one thousand indigenous anti-taliban northern alliance took down a tyler ban. This tried the out kind training camps and forced been laden to run and hide in likewise fundamentalist pakistan that amazing mission october. What happened twenty years of mindless mission creep. Twenty years of cretans. Who'd been to harvard and yellow convincing us and themselves because they believe as well that we're going to create democracy in south asia. The girls will go to school. Music will be legal again. And they'll be hospitals across ghanistan and civil society and gender studies. At the university. In kabul cretans imbeciles all of them
Why Do We Forget so Much of What Weve Read?
"I've been thinking about a conversation that we had about a tree grows in brooklyn. Do you recall this conversation. Do you said you loved. That book loved loved. Loved it. but you couldn't remember single thing about it. Yes so. I thought you might have forgotten the conversation about how i had forgotten but anyway my point is that it's a really interesting thing that people can read books that they absolutely love so much that they're like evangelical trying to get everyone to read this book and then when you ask that person oh well what's it about. There's this long pause because like me. They have no idea at all who the protagonists were the plot. Was it a tragedy. They just have this residue of emotion. That says i loved the experience of the book and it makes me think of that actually. I don't think he's actually my angelou quote. People may forget what you said but they'll never forget how you made them feel. I don't think my said that. But i do think it's an interesting question whether we may forget what is in a book but we don't forget how it made us feel. What do you think. There's a nice thought on this topic that resonated with me. pamela paul. who's the editor of the new york times book review. She says when. I'm reading a book that i even really like. I remember the physical object. The addition the cover says. I usually remember where i bought it. Or who gave it to me. Which to me is really lovely and important information. What i don't remember she rates. Is everything else. So what's in the. I don't think that this is uncommon. You have those kind of connections to books. I do sometimes remember the cover. Or even whether i took out like outside papery part it gets in the way so i often remember. Did i take the cover off of this one or did i not. I find that my memory does hang onto some things. Which honestly i find to be. Not that useful. Mostly i remember how i felt. I remember whether i liked it. Or whether i didn't like it. Maybe that's what i want to remember. Like when i'm reading it i want to know whether i'm going to want to look fondly back at this or recommended to stephen. It could just be functional.
Dana Spiotta Talks About Wayward
"Deana spilled a joins us now. From the catskills. She is the author of many novels including innocence and others lightning field and stone arabia and her latest book is called wayward dana. Thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me pamela. So this book begins with a house. Why what is this house. And what role does it play in the novel. Well it's a falling down arts and crafts house. That's in the city of syracuse. The main character. Sam has a habit of going to these kind of open houses. With no intention to buy and she finds us wreck of a house and syracuse you can actually buy houses for forty thousand dollars thirty thousand dollars that are completely falling apart and she just impulsively signs a contract for this house senate. Only when she's driving home that she realizes she's going to leave her husband and her entire life. And i think one of the questions that drives the novel in the beginning is why does she do this really reckless thing with her life and and i think she falls in love with the and i am part of me was thinking of writing a midlife person blowing up their life but i didn't want it to be because they fell in love with a younger lover which seems kind of cliche. I thought we're done with that. We're dealing with no this house. And i think the question is what is the house speak to her and i guess it wasn't what i was writing it. I didn't think about it as much. But after i thought okay. The house is hiding in plain sight at you could ignore it or you can look closely and see the beauty there and i think she's she thinks it speaks to her and she's the only one that can still see that it's beautiful and so maybe that has something to do about the state. The cheese in or that. Her life is in to that. She needs to kind of look at her life in a different way so she can see what's still beautiful and what still needs work. Maybe
In Virginia, Military Veterans Take on Their Next Mission: Farming
"Almost half of America's farmers are planning to retire in the next five years, and it's not clear who will replace them. But a group in Alexandria may have a solution. They're working to introduce veterans to farming. As CBS national correspondent Chip Reid tells US vets and farmers have a lot in common. Jenny has camp spent 15 years as a United States Marine. Now she's a farmer with a focus on flowers. These are what I want. She learned the science and the art of farming here at Arcadia Farm in Alexandria, Virginia, on land once owned by George Washington. It's exhausting. It's hot. It's buggy, and it's the most satisfying and the happiest I've ever been. She began three years ago in Arcadia's part time veteran Farmer Reserve program that gives veterans and opportunity to decide if farming is for them. For her. It was a perfect fit. I think it's an incredible program for veterans transitioning from years of service into the next career, she now farms here full time and dreams of one day having a small farm of her own. Pamela Hess is executive director of Arcadia Farm and helped create the veteran farmer program. The goal is to give veterans an opportunity to earn a living in a new but surprisingly similar. Walk of life. They can work in all temperatures. They can carry very heavy loads. They're great at long term planning. They are not freaked out by crisis. Farmers and military folks have a very similar mindset when it comes to their work. Farming is a mission oriented business in the same way that military mission is you can't stop at five o'clock you stop when the mission is
"pamela" Discussed on Murder City: True Crime of Houston, Texas
"Pamela was five years old at the time of their disappearance. She's described as a black female but approximately two feet nine inches tall fifty five pounds. She has black hair brown eyes in her ears pierced. A wish we had more for the people. I always wish we had more but we will post pictures on oliver things websites. Social media's anybody who was in the area saw something knows something heard something now one thousand nine hundred five sometime in between if someone you know magically got two kids i mean you know it happens. Life is crazy. If you haven't heard we have a voicemail number that you can call us and leave us any information or tell us saw. You are michael pamela. That would be the best outcome that they call our number michael and pamela. If you're listening please call us. And what is the number of people can reach us at two eight one. Six zero six fifty one seventeen. That number one more time is two eight one six zero six five one one seven. Give us a call. You got tips your pamela and michael. That would be amazing. Yeah that's the best outcome that we could dream for. Is that you guys. Call us and tell us your living it up on the beach in kelly but if you were in the area if you saw something if you heard something give us a call and let us know. Stay tuned for more missing persons minnesotans. I'm cece i'm be and houston is out.
The Lives of Flies
"Jonathan bell joins us now from belleville ontario. His latest book is called superfly to unexpected lives of the world's most successful insects jonathan. Thanks for being here. Good to be here pamela. I have to ask immediately about that. Subtitle why successful. It's not greatest. It's not most exciting or most helpful. It successful what is success for a fly. Well i'd say a a number of measures the diversity for one there's over one hundred sixty thousand described species and it's important to add that qualifier described. Because it's estimated. There may be about five times that many that are undescribed and consider just how numerous flies are an insect insects up eighty percent of all animal species on the planet. So that says something right there. About how incredibly successful they are and flies are arguably the most species rich subset of insects. It's estimated there's about twenty million flies on earth at any one moment for every human who's on the earth and they occupy all seven continents so those are just some of the measures by which we might conclude that flies are enormously successful. See all of those numbers to me are horrifying and i guess you know flies to me are the stuff of horror movies and also very good short science fiction story on which those movies are made. What was the draw for you to look at flies this extensively and write an entire book about them. The fact that they are so unpopular is one draw for me. I love to explore unpopular animals and usually when one does that one finds many reasons to like them in the case of flies. We should recognize that they are vital pollinators. They ranked second only to bs as the most important pollinators. And they're actually the champion pollinators at high latitudes and altitudes. they're also absolutely vital. Waste disposers yet. That may give us a gross reaction when we consider that many flies cleanup poop and rotting bodies. But if they didn't do that the world would be a lot fowler and more pestilential place and their vital elements of food chains both predators and consumers of microorganism other insects and other creatures but also as food for fishes birds mammals. They play an incredible role in making microbes bioavailable to organisms higher up in food chains microbes are just too small for for other bigger animals to eat insects. Make make make that energy available. So that's another vital thing that they do
"pamela" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg
"I think jobs are great for me. I worked during all unfortunately how was working during the school year is way. Oh i could be a little bit too much too. Yep but i think that jobs are great. And i've had a number of students who work in the summer and it's not you know. A fancy internship is working at subway making sandwiches. Yeah doing some other types of jobs like that. My daughter worked Couple of her summers she worked. And so yeah as the great value. Oh yeah. I think there's definitely value in it and for some students quite frankly they don't you know maybe. They aren't applying scholarships because a lot of the scholarship. Applications have essays to right now so it may be a short essay of two hundred words in. They don't like writing or they haven't been doing enough reading for pleasure to support. You know strong writing skills and so. They're not applying for scholarships. I as many scholarships is there are out there and as many that i published in my easing their families. That don't i would say. Probably ten percent of clients actively apply to scholarships. They're still getting a lot of money directly from the colleges but As far as the external scholarships maybe ten percent of them are actually actively applying. Oh okay the state that would apply. Broadly is facing. Yeah okay so as we end data pamela. What is your thoughts with the transition between high school to college. Like what do you think is the biggest. I guess maybe obstacle or challenge that you see kids having that it would be kinda good to you know. Tell parents to kind of keep an eye out or to help their kids with the transition. Oh the biggest challenge for students from high school to college even trans transitioning from middle school to high school social okay social and for my students you know. Eight to ninth grade. Oftentimes there's what their summer look. Flight is some activity that supports them with social there their social in a personal skills. Okay so what would you say. What would you okay. Yeah so what would you say to do to help them with this transition.
George Packer on Our Divided America
"Packer returns to the podcast with his new book. Last best hope. America in crisis and renewal. He was here of course for his previous book. Our man richard holbrook and the end of the american century and is the author of many books including the national book award winner the unwinding an inner history of the new america. The assassin skate. America and iraq blood of the liberals the waiting and towards. Welcome back to the podcast so good to be with you pamela. So this is an interesting book. A short book for you. You say in the book that you modeled this political pamphlets often written during periods of crisis. Can you talk a little bit about that tradition and why you chose to do that with this particular book. Well i love pamphlets. they're short. They're usually intense and urgent because they're responding to a crisis in a certain moment but if they're well done. They lost their books that you wanna read decades. Later some examples are common sense by thomas paine democratic vistas by walt whitman. Which influenced me in this book. Walter lippmann drift and mastery and george. Orwell's the line in the unicorn written during the blitz in in london in world war two. I was trapped like so many people by the pandemic. I couldn't move around report much. But i had a head full of ideas. I had lots of things going on in my head. And i thought the best way to use this time is to write a short book. While i'm quarantined that tries to figure out what i'm thinking and what i have to say about the moment that were ended so the the pamphlet form seemed like the right one for the circumstances that we were all facing
How the Nose Knows
"Think about your favourite smells. I love vanilla and cinnamon or men rosemary stuff. That smells good. Fresh maybe delicious. I just love anything that smells like grapefruit or one of my favorite sense is eucalyptus. All my favorite smile is lavender but favorite smells tend to be part of a bigger picture of things and people. We care about fond memories. So maybe you love the smell of fresh tar because it reminds you of the freshly tarred and perfectly smooth street where you and your childhood friends went rollerblading. Especially in the summer when it's really hot in the sun is just like boiling that street. You would smell the tar. I like the smell of firewood. And anything hosted like s'mores tiki torches. Those smells remind me of situations where i'm around. Good company or the smell of freshly cut grass. Brings you back to your first job mowing lawns with simple. Satisfying wendy's outside smell is a powerful trigger for memories like being in my grandmother's tomato garden in the summertime and remembering her name her perfume but the spell of the tomato leaves us. I would help her. You know we'd and plottings off of the vines so it seemed that smell always held some special meaning for me in terms of a sensory system that added a really interesting dimension to my life. That's pamela dalton and she's turned her appreciation of the sensory system into a lifelong research career. She's an factory scientist. At the mo- nell chemical sensors center in philadelphia as turn out the olfactory system which is really part of the oldest part of the brain is also a part of the limbic system.
Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom
"Many people think slavery ended on the day. Abraham lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation in january eighteen. Sixty three but it actually took more than two and a half years for it to become official throughout all of the confederate states. Our correspondent pamela. Kirkland calls up. He's a museum specialists in oral history at the national museum of african american history and culture in washington. Dc to explain a bit more about the history of the holiday. We'll just start with what is juneteenth. June taint juneteenth this great day that is celebrated because on june nineteen eighteen. Sixty five general. Gordon granger arrived in galveston texas with order numbers sri announcing that the enslaved were now free this is important because although the emancipation proclamation had been signed in eighteen sixty three it had a little to no impact almost of the enslaved throughout the south. Because if there weren't union soldiers there to enforce it it literally. Nothing in did not change of your life if you were enslaved human being in texas. Which was the westernmost state. There was very little union presence throughout the war so it was as if nothing had happened in fact there were slave owners. He moved west to continue. The practice of slavery moved to texas for that purpose so this day this was a big day. He arrived with almost two thousand troops. Some of whom were united states colored troops and they enforced this order. What what kind of the history. Of june teeth in the legacy. It's only recently really bad. It's become more widely known. Yes i well. It started in texas so immediately a year. After this announcement they have the first juneteenth In texas in houston. The african americans their a saved up. Money and bought land is specifically for this purpose that became emancipation park and it was practiced throughout texas In also places like oklahoma is started to slowly spread with the great migration in which you see different ways so it was celebrated through the turn of the century than it waned a little. Then you see it's coming back after the after world war two then. There was another big boost after the civil rights era after the sixties. What are some of the exhibits that highlight juneteenth And demands pation. We have an entire gallery devoted to slavery and freedom so there you will find of of many artifacts relating to we have the actual copy of Mation for example we have of many artifacts related to the underground railroad movement. Things that belong to harriet tubman such as show in our
EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates
"Auction On the sidelines followed more of than the summit, a month British of Prime online Minister Boris bidding, Johnson and the winner met will with his be French identified and German counterparts, in a couple of weeks along just ahead with of EU the flight, bloc leaders more on than the 7500 issues. people NPR's from 159 Eleanor Beardsley has more. countries The two registered sides are locked to bid in an on escalating that ride. diplomatic feud This over is Northern NPR Ireland, news. the only This part is of the UK 90.9 that has a land w border bur with an e U member. in sports. The Republic Blue Jay of Ireland. six Red Sox The zero EU is threatening in the sixth legal at action Fenway of Now, Britain continues our forecast to delay partly implementing cloudy new tonight checks alone on goods in the upper coming fifties. into Northern Mostly Ireland sunny from tomorrow the rest low of the eighties. UK Chance They're of required showers under on the terms Monday. of the breakup, Mostly cloudy but London mid seventies says the checks, impose sunshine a burden Tuesday on businesses Chance and of threaten showers, the hard Low eighties won peace. and President sunny and dry Biden Wednesday doesn't and want Thursday to get pulled Upper into seventies Brexit but is concerned It is about 68, its potential now threat in Boston to Northern at 66 Ireland's peace were accord. funded by you, our European listeners Commission and by the had Corporation Ursula Thunder for Public Line Broadcasting, tweeted after a meeting private Johnson corporation that Northern funded by Ireland the American peace people is paramount and and that both Ural sides and must Pamela implement Moment, what thanking was agreed upon. the people who Eleanor make public Beardsley. radio NPR great NEWS
Interview With Author, Sasha Issenberg
"Sasha is and joins us now. From santa monica california he is the author of several books including the sushi economy globalization and the making of a modern delicacy the victory lab the secret science of winning campaigns outpatients the astonishing new world of medical tourism and his new book the engagement america's quarter-century struggle over same sex marriage. Sasha thanks for being here thanks pamela. Let's start with something that probably not a lot of your readers will know but you know very well and i know which is that. This book was supposed to come out a full year ago. In june twenty twenty and it was one of those books that was delayed by the covid pandemic but maybe delayed the most. What was that like. It was tough so it got delayed three times in the last year. And i think some of that was in the spring. It was a marketing consideration that with bookstores closed and no live events. A lot of publishers held their books back and then it was supposed to come out last september. And by that point it was sort of a manufacturing problem as best i gathered. Publishers can actually get the books out of warehouses because people were sick. I learned the hard way that book publishing facilities are basically like meat. Packing plants with with wood pulp. So i had a lot set up last fall. And i had to put it all on hold and here i am must be a big relief if nothing else it is and you know. It was pretty cautious in writing this book of understanding that this was a topic where it was possible events in the news could affect it and tried to write it so that when it came out it would be current and i think there was some possibility that things can happen over the last year. That would change that dynamic and they really haven't in a significant way which is which is useful.
The Connnection Between AG Barr's Departure and China's Blackmail on Biden, Congress Officials
"As well and tell me if you can see what's going on. So I look at the next article. It's from Axios. It says exclusive. Suspected Chinese spy targeted California politicians Bethany Allen and Zach Dorfman. He said. Look at the date which for those of you watching on Fox Nation home, I highlighted right there. There you go. Bam! Wrestling by paper flip there. The date on that is December 8th of 2020. Mhm. I still wasn't picking it up. I said Yes. Send me what else? What else yet? He said, I want to look at this one more. This third article. Maybe now it'll all start to make sense. Third article, CNN, Evan Perez, Pamela Brown federal criminal investigation and a hunter. Biden focuses on his business dealings in China. I was like, Yes, yes, I think I got. Would I picking up what you're putting down right now? The fighting 279. I'm getting it Daddio, he said. Look at the date on the CNN piece about Hunter Biden in China. There's a common thread here. It's December 10 2020. Mm. Checking out the dates of these seemingly unrelated events. My source says to me. I think there's something there. Is it possible that on the way out the door Before Bill Barr resigned. In December of 2020. He obviously knew he was going to leave, probably as early as November, if not earlier. Is it possible that Bill Barr New China had a 47 FT High stack of blackmail paperwork on Hunter Biden, Eric Swalwell and maybe other members of Congress. Oh Oh oh, He's like You think these dates are just one big
Civil Rights Leaders Don’t Budge Key Senator on Voting Bill
"Vice president Kamilla Harris is the White House will continue pushing for legislation to help protect voters who states are imposing new restrictive laws we are weaker as a democracy we impede interfere with or suppress that right to vote with the key Senate democratic Nelson he won't support voting rights legislation vice president Pamela Harris as the White House will work harder and let people know Hey you may not have that drop box that you voted you that use last election may not be there speaking in Mexico she says president Biden will invoke executive orders where possible GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell says a federal bill isn't needed against the law to discriminate in voting on the basis of race already a group of black pastors is planning a trip to Washington next week to lobby members of Congress to pass the voting rights bill Jackie Quinn Washington
"pamela" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"The first lady january. I think we've got another one on sunday. The the seems to have a lot of gentlemen but the wants ringing common though very different people different artists from different genres. And you know they really love mulcahy open them so nice to meet even open his allows funds. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me and to all your fans. Please support any indie artists. That comes on here. Like i said we work hard to put out music and that's our passionate in heart and you're hearing it so we love it so we appreciate you a of a kind with today. I mean whether people will help not and the guy as well maybe someone. You're listening to the india. Chev- on horizon talkradio. Maybe could lend us your voice for will jingle there you get so if i could say like. Hey everybody. this is pamela hopkins from valona arkansas. And you are listening to horizon. Talk radio in your website on top of that. You'll be doing altogether. I'll send you a message that is. That's good thank you in the skype bucks. I don't know how to do that. I'm scott stupid. Let me just seen mile. But it's not osma Okay hang on pamela. I gotta. I think i found it music. Wage outlook dot com. okay. I'm sitting in my email to you there you go. Yeah yeah and if you do that. I will gladly send your radio promo for that. If you very much. Thank you to all the day you too bye bye bye bye..
The Road Ahead for Photography Businesses, with Zenfolio
"Today we're going to give you guys some insight. You got a player that is smack. Dab in the middle of the photography industry has decided and agreed to join me on the show to talk about some of their findings with regard to what the heck is happening as has happened in the photography industry. how has it evolved. Hasn't gone lebed isn't gonna write going up and down whatever we're gonna talk about that and here to talk about. It are some senior executives from a little company. You may have heard of called zinn. Folio john and pamela. Welcome to the show. guys frederick. Thanks great to be here. Yeah you're you're a completely welcome. Thank you for doing this. I know time is short. And i want to make sure we maximize all your time on this show Let's let's do some introduction before we dive in tamil. Let's start with you. what what is your major function. Ads in folio absolutely so. I'm in charge of all things. Customer customer support customer success. I lead an amazing team who are primarily the tigers themselves which really makes us unique in that when we're talking the and helping them with their business we have a really unique point of view of completely understanding what it's like to be a small business owner and to be a photographer with clients Having certain expectations. yeah yeah. Those expectations change a lot right as the industry shifts changes. I've been in it for several a couple of decades now and a lot of things changed with. We're gonna talk about in this interview. So absolutely i mean i think about when i got married and how long it was to get my wedding photos back and now it's very common in wedding wedding photography to even have pictures of the ceremony showing during the reception on as a slide show. So it's kinda like that's gone from an eight week. Lead time to you need to be ready
Courtney Love Slams Pam and Tommy Hulu Miniseries
"Courtney. Love has some strong feelings when it comes to upcoming hulu series about her friend. Pamela anderson in a facebook post that has now been removed she wrote. I find so effing outrageous when pam and sex tape was out. It destroyed my friend panelist life. My heart goes out to pammy further causing her complex trauma and shame on lily. James ever the f. She is what do you think of courtney's comment. Oh wow i mean. She's definitely not one to mince words. We have to give her that. She's always been very outspoken. And i think that that's an that's an interesting. Take you know. Because she saw the fallout of it. So i have sympathy because she saw sides of it that we didn't even know an. This is the first time. I'm learning i. I thought it was about baywatch. Because i saw the photos. I didn't know they were covering that part. Would you grow up to be where you were. La la land. I'd just. I saw her lily in the red bikini. So i now it makes more sense. You know her statement. Oh we're covering that part of the story
"pamela" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Pamela. We'RE GOING TO CALL SOMEBODY. Okay and we're going to hear what they have to say. Who is it well? This is Alex. Hi Alex it's on affairs. Hi Hi I'm here with Pamela Adlon. Oh my Gosh Hi Pama high better thing and better things there. You Go Will you tell us what's going on? Alex yes okay. So I've been really nice person my entire life and never heard anyone. I grew up in a Christian home and I did all the right. Things never use drugs. That sucks smoke. Nothing like I did everything by the Book Him. Got Married a virgin white and everything. And you know fast-forward fourteen years later we've kind of had like we're really good friends me and my husband. But we don't have like physical attraction which is crazy because he's not unattractive you know but anyway so We've been great friends and we have four kids and I home school and I get involved in things and just kind of forget about the whole physical thing. Because I'm like well I didn't know like that's a shame but it is what happens and I want to do the right thing. But anyway he met this guy at Church of course because it makes it more dramatic and they became really friends and I knew that I was in deep trouble. Because he's all the things right. So Oh my gosh anyway. So I kind of was not economical with my emotions toward this dude but I kept it secret and I thought I could handle it and then I didn't think he had any interest in me a little bit a little bit older than him but then one day. I don't know it just. It went from zero to one hundred in one day and boom. I'm pregnant and it. Kinda got out of control really fast and we both had really strong feelings for each other but we both knew that it was. You know like the wrong thing. We feel really bad about the whole thing and it's just been crazy anyway so. I guess I'd like Sede back on. How crazy this but my question is like how do I move forward to make it right by both dudes because the thing now is that my husband is willing to forgive me which I think it's amazing because we love our kids and you know. How old are your kids? Your four kids so my kids are thirteen and then two years less each one all the way down to seven you church people get. We do right. Young Man is always the Christians if what the Heck Churches Rock knocking Alex my God. So you're doing you're right. It's not about the worst. Because yeah you try your whole life to be perfect and then boom anyway so the other guy the guy is he in a relationship does he have kids. No no no. He's not and he. You know like there was a point where there was like a crossroads where my husband was like not decided he's like. I don't think I can do this and he. He didn't tell me like he had feelings from it kind of happened leader and so I felt like okay. Well you know I. My kids are devastated. You know my oldest kid was really good friends with him. He Potter Music. And all that stuff and so the cat's out of the bag. Everybody knows everybody knows. All my friends dropped me like basically it was like excommunicate. Kado you know well so it was really hard and honestly like it's been super lung nine months but I just WanNa do the right thing. I want the guy to be able to see his baby right. Like I don't WanNa keep hiding live and you know but then I also want not to make my husband super upset so I can't really push for you know what I mean like. I'm not the hand of whatever he wants to do. But then I'm like I also feel really bad because I did this. Everyone you know. Wait a minute. I hear a lot of Guilt from you wore. Yeah I. I was also disciplined by guilt by atheist parents. Which is take a hard thing for me to work out but when you preface your story by talking about how good you've been it makes my heart ache for you a little bit. Because I don't want you to think that you're bad at all you know like I. I just don't think that that's a place to kind of grow from has right. But I don't like that you feel like this is your I mean. We're all fallible and you know you have a beautiful baby growing and you have this crazy story but I mean this is like so you haven't had the baby yet no I'm close but So and so. That's kind of terrifying too. You know 'cause I don't know how the dynamic is going to be in. I don't know how we don't have all the details ironed out on on what we're GONNA do sure and that's okay. I think things will be in flux. I it's definitely worth some healthy lengthy conversations but also you won't have everything figured out ever you know none of us will because things will be influx when the baby's older whatever like it'll just be constant yeah. How does the baby's father feel well? He's really devastated. Because you know he he's not like a deadly guy that doesn't want to like when we found out you know literally were just crying and I was like. Oh my gosh out of this happened. And but he's not the Kinda guy like oh well you guys deal with or whatever he really wants to be involved with the baby even if it means you'll never see me again. Whatever you guys kind of in love with each other I mean you said he was a lot younger. Younger men tend to fall in love. I know and that's the thing like nobody could believe it. Because they're like who wants to lady that have four. You know like even my husband was like I just can't believe like why would he what we will do that. That's a whole other issue. Adult take out in a second. But he's really sweet. He's just I mean. Obviously he's hurt so he's GonNa say rain. Gosh you're wise. But anyway so he wants to be a part of the baby as much as he can. But are you guys still still seeing each other Nakas when it'll happen My husband just took a job like cross the country and we moved in a Zapping zips up and we just left everything. It was like overnight pretty months two weeks later. We're gone. Oh Boy Oh my Gosh you oh man. So you're in this place of kind of of solitude that is tough. I'm sorry I don't know a single person here and yeah so my family also like there now coming around 'cause like the due dates near and they're we'll find you know the baby's coming so we gotta well. I was Gonna say that to you. Alex that might give you some solace. Is that the baby is a rebirth renewal and also will be the death of this bad feeling like the baby is coming and you guys are all welcoming. The baby into the world people aren't going to hold onto that shit. The kids are going to lash out at you. It's always going to be a thing in between your husband and yourself right. You know it's about you having the discipline to be able to raise this child and you know your other kids who are thirteen to seven. But you know if you're not into your husband anymore that's another thing that you might need to look at. We're trying to make the best of things obviously like it's really new and At some point. We'll do some like counseling. And you know do all that stuff so you guys moved specifically because of this if there was a job opportunity or it was you know it was because of this because when I like obviously I wasn't planning on living the double life like I couldn't even hold it in very long and I told him I was like I gotTa tell you the worst thing ever and it was like even remembering mixing have contractions. Oh I think it's really strong. I think it's very noble. An amazing appropriate probably that you are so complementing torture husbands but moving away from your community with four kids with a fifth on the way that feels just a little the. That's you know. I just hope it wasn't punishment. I hope that he just that. He means his forgiveness. It was it was because not trusting her and it was friends and family. He punished everybody by moving even though he has every right to be angry. Freak out you know quitting himself because not you know what I mean like you lost his own community and Shit but was there like that decision feels like that. Come Out of shame from his perspective like he's too you know. I think it was more fear because you know when I told him everything he asked me everything and I I will screw it. If I'M NOT GONNA keep lying to this man I was gonna tell them everything and it's going to work out then he has to know the truth and I've been telling him for years like I. You know I feel only. You're not trying that and nothing ever worked out okay so you you were reaching out to him. You were clanging bell before this happened. Oh I I've been doing this for. But because and like in the great scheme of things he's a great guy like I have no excuse to be like Kay by you know but And my kids. I mean just like my kids are everything so how you door him. I'm thirty five. So my young. Yeah I got married at twenty. Oh Man oh so the okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. What does your family think my Mama's like business and she's really upset and she's like you know she's just really disappointed. You know because I was her star child and you know and now I'm so. Are you going to stay with him? For twelve twelve more years because your seven year old will be eighteen and twelve years. Like I think I'm doing the math because yeah life is short. And here's the thing you know. You have to do the damage control. So where are you now? This is where you are now. Everybody is pissed off at you. Your kids right. Feel like they're never going to forgive you beating yourself up day in and day out. Oh Yeah but you were saying to him. Look at me man. I feel lonely. I feel side. I don't feel like you're pointing your engine. Nothing's coming in my direction. You made your mom upset but your mom if you sit down with her and have a conversation with her. You said your mom was a single mom right. Yeah she was. You know she's eventually going to come around. This baby is going to heal your community. Oh yeah I mean actually literally like. My family apologizes by buying gifts. So I've been getting gifts in the mail the last week so I know that that's all right. We like we love. You still feel like you should do something as simple as having like a town hall and saying Okay Everybody Rodney because it was very lonely and he fulfilled a lot of needs now. I'm having a baby. Can we just? I'm sorry I'm sorry I don't know man already said I'm sorry so many times that I'm like guys. Listen a totally. I mean it's if people need to like whatever vent their stupid shit and your husband is one thing but other people in your life passing judgment over and over again. That's that's like a red flag in a person I think. So maybe be wary of some of those people because we all have. We're all guilty. This is so interesting because this reminds me of. You know you don't have a secret. Yeah here's the thing. You don't have a secret child. Everybody knows about it now. The cats out of the bag fucked up you know and then the crazy part that was talking about is that your husband was like why do you want your ass? You're a mother of four you. It's like Fuck You. That is exactly what you were saying to him. You were like hello notice me. And that's the thing that came back from him you keep saying he's a great guy but he. I mean he just couldn't believe that somebody like usually younger guys want you know like somebody you know what I mean you know. They want money's compatible. That's all you know like it wasn't it wasn't about the physical that was like the end and it didn't even last that long and you know but Alex I think in might be hard to hear but I think what Pamela was talking about is a really fair point. You have shouldered the burden of your transgression. And that's appropriate. Yeah but I also want to be able to have some degree of perspective on all of this. Yeah you know like as the world will open up as time passes as the baby gets older. Whatever your family friends whatever they're going to be mired in their own shit so league. The gossip train will stop because it will be boring..
"pamela" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Guest is doing a victory dance with longhorn fingers so growing up. Horn. Glad Harish. Yeah that's amazing okay. So what is the trait that you dislike in yourself? And then what's a trade dislike and others? No it's not. These are awesome questions. Is there amazing? Incredible a trait that I dislike in my bag. I risen. See well you know that I get any neediness with my kids and anxiety get really bad anxiety. What do you do for it cook? I Cook I cook to. It is like a place of refuge. Yup so I got him. Last night I get the Sunday scary. Yes I do. So do you get the Sunday scary? Yes no whim usually happens. That are on Monday at like seven fifteen for me. Its Sunday you know so. I got it last week on Monday because it was a three day weekend so the Sunday scary got pushed over. But yeah it's just about because I have to think of of a million things. I'm running a lot of shit and your Monday probably starts at like five. Am or whatever. Yeah so yeah. There's and you're producing. You're writing the lead. It's it's more like where are my kids today? Ray where are they sitting in their lives? How are they? It's the saying you're only as happy as your unhappiest child so if even one of them's off a little bit. I'm not quite great. Oh you know so if somebody's sad or bummed out or whatever it's nagging it's yeah it's like if they're not presence in your okay. I need to be taken care of the. You never stop worrying. Even if they're over eighteen you know you never stop worrying herbal thing. Yeah Yeah I sort of feel like am I numb a little bit now to the anxiety. Leave is like the their babies. It's like they feel so fucking fragile in your also adjusted to that nervousness of dropping or link per yeah barrage or whatever and then I think you kinda get into a place where you sort of learn how to live with the nervous anxiety ac his. You can't keep up with the hyper. Yeah that elevated level all the time so there. There's this numbness. Yeah it's just that kind of electric eels sometimes happens in my body. When I'm you know thinking about things that are happening and then in terms of professionally your obligations and a lot of people are depending on new and things like that so and I bet you take the fucking best care out of your crew in your cast and that is amazing quality in a leader but it is also can be taxing when you've got like eighteen other things to whatever performance and like all the shit the faces the whatever the fucking all the shit. Because I'm not as good at it as I imagine you are but I feel that a little bit here. Mom I WANNA make sure everyone's happy like and you put that on myself is a responsibility. Yeah okay dislike and others just people who are rude. People who are cold People who are ungrateful entitlement all those things. I'm not fond of you. Know be who you are with everybody. You know if you're sitting with Barack Obama or the guy who is bussing your table be the same person to everybody. Have you had moments as you produce and direction right where you've seen the duplicity and design make you like? I mean I say that because as actors horrible we get glimpses of sometimes but mostly were protected from it. Yeah Oh hey so. I'm GonNa give you your choice k. To whom would you like to apologize? And why what single thing would improve the quality of Your Life. What you consider your greatest achievement. Don't go with can't be fucking homework. I narrow I know or you can answer one of the other ones. Take your own question seat. Favorite Children's book. Are You my mother? Favorite toy slime slime slime is. It was the stuff that I D- releasing few. Oh I'm sure I didn't know that slime was a thing as a child loved it barbies. I love barbies. I was obsessed. We got some things to show. Pamela what did you? What's the most fucked up thing you've done with barbies? Hat's what she said I don't know I just played hard with them. Like my best friend and I when I was growing up her name was Debbie Debris. We lived across the street from each other. She had the townhouse and had the plane the airplane. What I know. Lean is impossible to get it was. I sold it in a garage sale for candy money. I needed candy. Money used to play barbies. And like we would take turns being Ken and Barbie and I remember we would have fights and I would we stick our tongues out at each other with the dolls but then later I got my kids barbies and my oldest daughter Gideon. She would throw the dolls in the air and I would be. What is your problem? And they would land over the fence. We couldn't get him or their heads would pop off and then she cut aerials hair off and I was like this desecration you. Don't fuck with Barbie. So anyway I have a very whorehouse. What what do you mean? Please tell me me me my show you so A. Yeah as I got older to play with. Barbara's like this like I hate you. Mommy mode over and then as I got older. It was like yes. Barbies were house. So I had this whole thing and I had. This fountain had all her legs. Spread like this so it was a fountain to as soon as you walked in. You could mount the wait. How old were you? How old were we ana? I was probably twelve is it. What do you think see? My parents were way more user. I didn't even know no. No no I did this all. Oh Wow oh yeah no. My mom would have been a whorehouse. Oh my God. I love barbies so to to I look who is that. She's Christmas special holiday. She's the commemorative one. I didn't earners special packaging your way through like okay. Now where are you? My first big trip was going to Bermuda Nassau Bermuda. My mom lives in travel agent for. Oh so we went on cruises. Would I WANNA BE? I wanted to be a lawyer. My I wanted to be an attorney and everybody would say you're going to be an actress. You're going to be an actress and it would piss me off and I would say excuse me. No I'm going to be an attorney cut to. What was your first boss? Lake? I don't know I but I worked for a guy who had a store in retail and ghosted him because he was so abusive greatest fear Heights. Why why did you have to go so we used styling like him? I like minded. But why did you have to ghost? I'm usually your first boss. You don't have any contact with don't actually know who my first boss was. Because they did all those jobs right right. Yeah of course that makes sense. Yeah all right. We did some of these. Do you WanNa do anymore by greatest achievement is my kids and who they are even though that's their achievement but just that. I'm alive and that they're in the world and they're like a conic. They're each like Robert. Plant walking around people. They're fucking crazy. Great and Mike Show by show. Isn't it amazing when your kid cracks you up? Oh it's the best. Yeah it really is lately. Jackson Saint L. These like fine clever things. I'm like man he's just and then I'll come into his room to remind him depression teeth. Pj's or that it's dinner and he'll be watching like a tube thing and they'll be some punk kid saying the adorable thing that he just sat the felt like it was head of his time. And it's like no no. He has no original thoughts by God. Doesn't like no? No No? This was all just an illusion because you know what I was. GonNa say to you when he says something that's great rated down but his contract did is compromised. So Jack Yeah some fucking asshole writer wrote it already. Had some punk kids say it and now my adorable. Little blond son is saying things that are a little bit obnoxious exactly but kind of seem advanced closest. I've come to death. Well do we ever really know but maybe the time it was on a plane or the cockpit caught fire. We we today. I was asking Allison Janney. I said so PAM's coming. Look what are the things that I should avoid things that I should like? You know and she said Oh. She has the craziest airplane story. And I said no no no I. I don't know if I feel like once. You hear those things like and we as humans. We feel the need to dissipate our trauma that we have to spread it out so so it diminishes with us with me when a weird thing happen. That's why she knows why it's freshener head because we spent Christmas together. Yeah now that. I've practiced it like this. Will you so I was coming to? La from New York and we were about forty five minutes into the flight and all of a sudden we smelt. Gangs YOU LA. Yes. Sure like over New Jersey. Right now yeah. I don't even know if you're just you're in these and the sky next to me said are they making cookies. Because there's not supposed to be a meal on this flight and then I was like I dunno Bro. And then the captain burst out the cockpit and then the whole Cabin filled with smoke. And he's like yelled at the flight attendant. Get me a fire extinguisher now and he opened the overhead cabinet and there was none in there and he had to run to. We weren't first class. I was in the second row so I was right by the cockpit. Why isn't there a meal being in if you're in first class because this was like a weird hot Sorry wait there's holes in this story so then runs to business. Class to get a five extinguisher goes back into the cockpit. And they've smoke. Hoods whatever they have smoke hoods yeah the flight attendant. Yeah and they. We made an emergency landing. Look to them with their turbulence. You can check into that. They're looking a little nervous. But you see them in smoke not to get into the cockpit. Because that's an alarming site. Oh it was must have been pretty up and I was like kind of in a very zen place. I was just kind of out of my body and looking at it because I was going through my divorce at the time and I just was like. Oh this is going to make it easier for everybody. He could take all the fucking money and everybody's GONNA BE HAPPY. They'll remember me fondly. That's how I felt so. We made the emergency landing in Dallas. And so the guy who was sitting across from me and the guy who was next to me and then the woman who is next to the guy we all kind of trauma bonded on the flight and the way people remember it is because they called it a celebrity filled flight. You know flight one to seven because there was a jersey. Boy Jarrod Spector was on the flight and Olsen twin. Oh she was dating Justin Bartha so it was Mary. Cater Ashley Olsen lovely. Yeah and I was in the front and I was probably the called the Pan Norma and drawn from Californ- occasion didn't get my name right but so when we landed. I had to call my nanny intake. Don't let the girls listen to the radio. I'm fine. I have to take a flight in the morning bub-bubba and so then I kept in touch with me. Nisha was the guy sitting across the aisle from me and that Christmas I stayed at his apartment in Union Square and then we were all going up to Hudson with Janney and like everybody was going to meet up there and I was gonna stay at a bed and breakfast and so I called to talk about my reservation and the guy on the phone said Pamela. A. I was sitting on the plane with you and I said No. I'm in that guy's house who was sitting on the plane with he said No. I'm John I was sitting too. You're right he owned the bed and breakfast in Hudson. Where I fucking stayed when me and Janney and als- mackey and Johnny every so I said what are you saying? I fell to the floor because I was in Minne- Shas apartment but I hadn't told the girls about that until years I didn't WanNA freak them out about getting on played a guy that's smart. Yeah that's amazing..
"pamela" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Sponsors supports unqualified. Okay so dealbreakers. And you don't have to talk about if you are single or not But this would be dating dealbreaker. Yeah although if you feel like a hydra percent single okay never dating. So let's have fun ever no no. What do you mean like a monk? Come on I swear to God. No you see that now. I love it. I love me alone. I'm in me. That's awesome yeah but would there be a kind of a fun adventure in just like no ill no gross now definitive but if I was he these are going be. You're gonNA like probably negate all of these things. Okay okay so. His ex wife lives in his guest house. That's fucked up. That's not even keep but what if she's awesome? Does he have kids? Do you guys headquarters to talk to. Kids are off a college and these coasts. I don't like he's a producer for a great. He's a cola near he's like a food network or like a travel producer news. Sorry I'm sorry really trying to sell this before you like eliminate quickly. Okay she's awesome. Yeah I like her Y- She's involved with a woman. Oh okay they have bring it on family dinners three times a week. Okay not a deal breaker at all the what would that look at this. I have a friend who went from being adamant I know I just switched. You're right or I was being one of those hose. I like it. I have a friend in a very similar situation. Hundred percent crazily. Exactly what you just described. Beautiful isn't it. I love it. I love it okay. But let's say this. I love that. She's a lesbian. Okay well okay. Let's let's let's walk that back then. She's not a lesbian okay. She's I don't know let's say she doesn't matter it's just like if I like her and we're Bros. and they're still you know and then when the kids come back from college yet good. I like it. It's good okay all right but I don't know if you know her well enough yet I love it. Okay next dealbreaker. He quit his job as a partner at an architecture firm to start a techno rap group with cousin. I don't like it okay. Why well why can't he do the group and keep the job well? He was really frustrated at the firm because even though he was named partner he didn't feel like he was an equal partner and also right. Now they're just doing like a bunch of like. I Dunno office buildings or like how much money with the gentrification of La Downtown la the gentrification they fucking date so dropped the ball in downtown l. Anyway he's Douche note he's following his passion no great great. I don't know if I could turn you around with that one. No what if he was starting like A. I don't know a nonprofit or like a e keep the architecture job you start the nonprofit you make it work practical Pamela this right okay practically every way twice a year. He goes to a nudist retreat. I love it that was almost single and he you know what I was eight. All these men he goes to a nudist retrieved twice a year. Yeah yeah no no. You don't like no. Why by himself? Well he wants to take you. Oughta like it why. I don't like the communal nudity and the snail trails on shares. What if he tells you like it? Like you don't fully understand until you experience. It is true liberation of south. It's not about sexuality it's Fine. I just can't be in a relationship right now. It's so dealbreaker. Okay about the natural. Hot Springs at the retreat. Have some of the highest lithium levels in the cubs? Why why can't you were bathing suit? Now it doesn't absorb this. I can't now. It's it's like a whole eggs sick. It's fine go go live. Your Life was fun together. No I don't like it. No okay well. This is one that I've used for but because you're so definitive. What about if on dates like let's say it's your second date you have some like bacon wrapped dates or something like that as And he just takes off your plate. Hopson his mouth first day second day. I'm fine with that lead you all. I'm only fine with in fact I kind of think it's got. I do have a story when I was When we moved out here for the second time I was a middle school and it. When where did you move from? Pamela New York Okay and so it was K. Through eight and my God. That must've been hard shit. How did you do that? Yeah we did it every half year. My my dad we get a job. He'd move as you were. You were okay with good. You understand the different world. Yeah and so I sat with my friend and this is California. I have an English mother. Remember and this eighth grader sat across from us. We're three grades before him. So we're fifth graders Sixth graders whatever it is so I'm sitting with my friend and this boy sits across from us and he starts taking food off her plate and eating it and I was shocked. I can't believe you brought this up. I was shocked and I said to him. Why don't you get your own fucking food? And he took my food any shift it in my face. What you got in a fight with me and my brother was in the cafeteria. And he's a guy in his in his grade fighting with his little sister and then the principal had to walk me home. I was covered in food and I had a fight with eighth grade boy because I thought it was really inappropriate and I said to him. Why don't you get your own fucking food? So maybe I would say that to the banana date steeler. Whatever took making rapid tapped into fuck. Yeah you don't even know how shit triggering so funny. That's crazy yeah. I didn't like it. What did your brother do? I remember seeing him across the cafeteria and him just being like wigged out. My brother and I are really close. I love him dearly but we didn't get along growing up at all. There's two moments where he came to my rescue that I remember and they were just like these moments of Lake Dizzy. Wooden you watch those nature shows and whatever labor. The male lion suddenly comes tearing out from wherever the fuck. He's been to kill the Hyena that I wish that legs story in the cafeteria for only I think it actually listened once but most of the time he was like he was your brother in the cafeteria. Her Maloku Okay so after Nice first date you go back to his place and he says that he wants to introduce you to the love my world. He wants to introduce you to the love of his life. His mother cat dog get hat named April. Okay I'm allergic dealbreaker. Oh okay because I was going to test you a little bit with April being named after April Janikowski. Who's the girl? He lost his amazing. I liked that you do. I think it's funny. Yeah if you're on a second date with maybe it's funny maybe take over first date. Yeah all right so all right when you went back to his place you like them enough to go back to his place. Yeah me a WANNA get busy. I WanNa get that D- But get the cat. Get April out. Come over here okay. So you choose getting laid over an allergic reaction that is you. Want to check him. Initially about the cat. And then you're ready to hop in bed with him. I don't know what I would go. Get claritin maybe I'd say let's go to my place. I don't like him but he lives. Christ can't you don't like you know? We thought you just liked him. He thought he even he cuts name is April and he lost his virginity to her. Or whatever did you lose your virginity to your boyfriend at eighteen. I did wasn't wonderful as it always says. It was amazing. I was lunchtime. I Dunno senior year like we got to leave campus a senior said. Oh my God my boyfriend at the time me made me macaroni and cheese. Oh my gosh out cooked for you yet. We have fifteen minutes because you had to get back to class all my weight losing your virginity and actually making Mac and cheese in fifteen minutes and back school back to school. Time changes sheets what okay. What is your favorite sick day movie? Oh God I know. It's a tough so many like movie that makes you feel cozy and less. Come movie of Comfort Heartburn. What's that the one with Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson? That does not sell more after. Oh you have to see it. It's really fucking good. Okay all right. It's about Nora. Ephron relationship with Carl Bernstein who was the Washington journalist and how he was a perennial bachelor and and he cheated on her again and again. It's fucking awesome. I mustn't main late eighties Brin I. It would be something like that heartburn. Something's gotTa give it way. Okay Nora Ephron okay all right. Yeah like I'm into something's gotTa give okay. What was on your bedroom wall at each twelfth rainbows? Did you draw these members over the paper? Oh you didn't have posters or anything. No no posters. Your parents who many rainbows. My brother had all the kiss solo albums in a like a quadrant because they each did a solo record. I remember that I remember what was on my brothers wall but I don't remember me putting anything up online Paula Abdul. That seems to be like the common thing no on my brothers well. There was marines. Recruitment poster hilarious that said We only want the good men. Yeah no that's not quite right. It's GonNa kill me because it was such a theme in my life. We don't ask for experience. We give it John Stamos. He was on your wall just like it was. It was after at taft or a did Greece two which was my first movie. I got into a head-on collision I couldn't finish the movie and I was in bed for three months and my parents let me finally get a phone in my room. I was fifteen. I got a little brown princess phone and I had John stamos poster on my wall because I watched general hospital because they let me have a TV in my room. While I was recuperating from going through a fucking windshield with my face and John Stamos I'm just going to gloss over the accident exactly why we like. I don't Greece. Stamos team was very safe choice. For a person of your age. I think at that time in terms was he like he was Blackie name General Hospital. What was his name? Please cast Ceefax CECCHI stony come on. Who was Blackie was so excited. Let the audience note that the.
"pamela" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Mitzvah we shot at the Beverly Hilton. Hotel brought your wardrobe brought my own fucking wardrobe to the Beverly Hilton though. That's a little buddy that had to wear dress because I was. I've always been a dude and I just was like. Yeah what role. Some weakness muscle isn't Espacio. Wow why do I hear and read Ravin? We always give good phone. We always that yours. Do it again here at Red Robin. We always give good phone. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Go back to have my mom. Off-camera was like amy. Are you eating ice cream and they say not anymore because I'm meeting frozen yogurt and I was hired because my face was full full face. My mom didn't want me eating full-fat ice cream. So that's a fun. Like Ninth Grade Locker Hallway conversation piece. Oh might not anymore like oh how do I shrink do it with chicken? I said what I told those guys when they had a heater Beata. I said deal with chicken due chicken next thing. I know those guys are doing it with chicken in. Thanks guys really want to be in the same retirement home. I know right. Let's retire together. Well yeah that bell. Oh my God. Chicken remember. Delete on read. Outside and somebody screaming check-in how old were you? I was like probably I dunno nineteen or something God when they first came out with chicken veal look it up on Youtube right now. It's hilarious okay. So now I WANNA. My middle name is not Fiona. I don't know why the fuck the Internet my middle name is. Fiona is is not is really. Yeah it's not paper. It's not because take it off all right. All right contributed to wikipedia. Now I deserve to set the record straight in my middle name is Dr. What is your I don't discuss. But it's not fucking Fiona Okay. So you weren't able to give to me examples of liberation during axiom but can you think of any for me? It was difficult for me to make the transition from. This is interesting because now I know what I can say to you. Okay my whole move in. The eighties was a boy. I was a boy I played a boy and night court like I was pretending to be a boy. Were you like a trouble? The law no like bull Richard Mall. Yeah he wanted to foster a kid so I pretended to be a boy. And then there's a big reveal at the end You know and I come out and address and that that always exactly exactly I did. The Red Foxx show and the whole show. I am a boy and then they find me at the end and resigned to Soto says I can spot my own species and so I did that. I did a movie called something special where I play a girl who wants to be a boy. So Seth Green cells me a crystal on the night of the eclipse. And I throw it at the moon and I wake up and I have a penis. I'm not kidding so this was all the stuff that I had in my early career. Every time I did apart they would even put girl in the title so like I played a character named Stevie and something and they wrote girl Stevie so people would know is just like this bizarre time fight so then when I went from that then all of a sudden you know when I had to do the girl Shit. That was hard for me. You know so like this. One movie that they had to put girl in. My name was called bad manners with Martin Mal and Karen. Black this crazy movie and we break into a house and I was wearing a towel and I was really young. I was like fifteen or something and the director said. Hey Pam what do you think if your towel dropped and we saw your butt and I was like what and I had to kiss this boy in the movie and he made me feel uncomfortable and I hadn't kissed a boy yet and so it was all of that kind of stuff that I guess. It was hard for me to get through because also I was a late bloomer and I didn't have a boyfriend until I was eighteen. And and then I remember I did a show called the heights in Vancouver. There was a time we were all doing shit in Canada. Yeah what was? I called the heights. I don't know how do you talk to an angel. The yes that's all I remember and so I had to like have kind of a sex scene with this guy and he he was like we had to find condoms and I felt very intimate and I also felt like wow. This is kind of like I'm I'm a girl like they're considering me to be a woman it was yes it transition for me you know and then kind of doing all of that stuff was just. I never really thought of myself that having to have any kind of sexuality on camera makes me incredibly nervous. It's probably for me. It's it's probably the hardest because I just don't fundamentally feel. I mean I feel sexy but that's a very it's an intimate feeling and remember dry doing seven seasons of California -cation of my God. Oh my God I like like I had this co star wants really handsome guy and when we had to kiss though it felt like I felt like he really didn't want to kiss me and we had to do it. You know whatever and it felt like I jokingly say to my friends whatever. The felt like trying to open up a clam with my mouth. We felt like not that I wanted to talk him or anything it. Just yeah. It's loose up baby. He sucked his lips in or something. And we see which and I was already feeling Unattractive Yahoo v Star so that ideas like. Oh my gosh. He doesn't that kind of thing. Haunts me. I'm getting a little bit better at it. But but a what. This is crazy because this is a very relevant thing. Because now they have intimacy coordinators. That's right and my friend. Michael Arnold was like the first person who did that. He did it for the wolf of Wall Street for Scorsese and he was the choreographer for Joaquin Phoenix and joker. But I was like the nudity whisper on California -cations so when people came in I would be like listen. Don't worry you're not gonNA do anything you don't WANNA do. I swear to God because I was everybody's mommy that's so nice though you know so then this season we've got scenes in a locker room and and stuff that's intimacy and my producer brought it up to me and I was like one hundred percent. I mean if I think that I'm above that because I'm the ultimate Mommy I've been running my set for four seasons. I know what I'm doing better than anybody no way so. I had this woman called. Ma'am was the coolest woman. Come onto the set this season. I had some kids kissing. I had some kids who had to be in bed together and it just made everything infinitely easier because you're just surrounded with love and if you think back to that scene that you had with that guy it's like God damn it if there was one other person who was there. Yeah hey how did you deal with your daughters? Like entering that world of heartbreak sexuality whatever it was because you you seem like you must have always had very open. Communication with them absolute. Oh please I was the mom. That was like okay. Everybody should definitely you know? If you feel like touching yourself you should. They would be like. I'm like but you should really do it in your great room. Only I did at one point having no G. string policy because I didn't WanNa fuck and see that I was like running the best little whorehouse in Texas. Everybody's walking around in fucking lingerie under their friends. I was like I don't WanNa see that shit like I mean it's not that I was like Sally Kellerman. And Fox's like you're like forty old midgets and you mean ones and you make me hate my giving the hate my abs and I remember Sally Kellerman in Fox's looking at Jodi foster and Cherie and all of them and they're all beautiful in young and she's and she's a single mom and I never like kind of connected those until recently and I was seeing my my house with like you know the girls and their their their bodies changing and then They're you know whoever was thirsty for boys or girls or whatever's going on but I grew up in a very. I'm sorry can't say conservative. My mother would kill my mom racing thing yes yes. Mom is like an atheist liberal but she oh sing -servative yes so fucking constrict. I could barely have friends over to hang out and so the new mom didn't have any good food in the house was just all fucking Shit. I know I never. I wanted to write a commercial streets. One time childhood. Please mom one fucking marshmallow anything. I don't need salad every night. Who's GONNA eat liver? Get me a dog so I can feed it the liver under the table. These are all true but so each daughter you know. I always joke that that my oldest daughter's the burnt pancake. You know. Because she's the first one and she's like thank you mom for instilling all of this stuff in me and then like you know the baby's like the one who was raised by wolves because there's just at that point. I had no zone defense three times over so he gets to witness you talking to your oldest daughter do get the fuck do your fucking Shit like really so. Yeah all the different you know. And then there. Of course. You know the stereotype. The girls with daddy problems we joke. We have a friend Harrison. Gideon my oldest. I was driving them and it was when their parents had split up to and so- Harris said we're just girls with daddy problems. Don't you want data and then I'm good. I'm all set but I'm learning with them. You know and I feel like I'm a better mom now than I ever was years strict. Mom Did she want you to wait until marriage? Oh you mean sex. Yeah nobody talks to me about anything. Nobody told me a fucking thing they just told me. This was my mom's sex talk. Don't shave your legs. You'll regret it for the rest of your life. Thanks mom anything else. Don't anything else. Don't shave your legs. You'll regret it for the rest of your life and I was literally the Harry's child you've ever seen does she have a point there. She just there was her you. She told me to put lotion on my neck. That didn't work. I my hair doesn't grow on my legs anymore. I could've used a sex talk. My eyebrows tried to grow together for a long time. Yeah I had a yeah and my mom was like do not whatever you do. Don't shave your eyebrows. Okay might be tempted. And so then of course. I went to the bathroom. And I fixated I got shaved them and then took like four years to like. It's keep me Shirley maclaine and postcards from the edge ever since the studio shaved eyebrows. Don't let them bury me without. My eyebrows came home from school one day. My brother was seventeen so I was fourteen. I came home from school and my mom was shaking with rage and it was like a whatever the whole strategy during that time of my life was still incorporated. A little bit was just lay low. You know. Just S- Lincoln be quiet. But my mom was shaking with fury. Because I didn't know why I said mom what's wrong. And she was shaking. She was like a prophylactic. Your brother's car a new that I should not ask what prophylactic was I had no idea and my mom later told me. That was the first time she'd ever seen a condom. But remember it being a whole thing like I was sent to my room. There was a whole like I don't know forty eight hours of intense discussion with my brother. I don't know what went on. I'm sure it was fun for him. We'll have to call them. Let's call him well. I found I found a condom in one of my daughters rooms and I freaked out. I was like what the fuck and and I I took it and I'm like this is ridiculous and I finally calm down and then I went back in the room and I put it back and I didn't even confronted with it you know and also I put it in my show in season. One that my character is. She's getting busy and I don't have a condom and I go into my daughter's room where I found the condom that I freaked out about and steal it. But here's the thing they. They had like a sex education class and they handed out condoms. So you never know you know what I mean so it just got to keep this bed mummy exactly but you would rather them have. Conduct anybody's fucking. Yeah completely. I mean I don't know what the fuck you're doing. Yeah and you become you become the mom like I became the mom that everybody came over to my house and like if kids were drinking and entitled Parents Though you. That's what I said to my kids..
"pamela" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Hey dear listeners. Today's guest is the amazing actress screenwriter producer and director Pamela. Adlon who you probably know from King of the Hill California -cation Louis and her award-winning better things. Before we begin the episode. I want to tell you how grateful I am. For All of your letters and feedback. I always knew. The unqualified community was comprised of some really cool and amazing people. And you continue to prove it to me so here are two of your letters the first Jessica to Katie who he called with fortune teamster Katie. Im you or should. I say I was you when I was nineteen. I got engaged to my high school boyfriend behind. Closed doors are sex. Life was mediocre the Household Chores. Were incredibly one-sided me doing everything and his lack of maturity was obvious. I was so blinded by the ring on my finger and a new last name that I ignored. All of these signs also ignored the warnings of my family my friends bridesmaids even my maid of honor told me. I shouldn't do it that I listen. Of course not I got married at twenty soon. I resented him the house we bought in our marriage entirely. I hated being around him. Hated it all. I finally pulled the plug in filed for divorce after a year and a half. He seems surprised saying that. I thought we were so happy. Like on unfortunate said if both of you put in the effort maybe you can turn things around. But be wary. It's hard I'd recommend holding off on the wedding to give yourself time to figure out if he can make things right or if you should leave the relationship you'll feel so much better in the long run. My Ex husband would always say things like Oh in twenty years this won't matter and I would cringe. Twenty years with him sounded dreadful. Should have listened to myself and to everyone close to me who knew. I wasn't happy before the I do. Katie my love and best wishes on this endeavor. It is so hard to be in those shoes. I will say I am now happily married to someone else and we have two beautiful children. It gets better and it can be easy all my love to you on a. Unfortunately you guys are amazing. And congratulations on your engagement on a love Jessica. Thank you so much Jessica. This next letter is from Donna. Who writes hi ANA and Cassie? I spoke to you guys and Whitney in early December about my relationship of three years and how I was ready for the next step but it seemed like he wasn't well he proposed loves note. Thank you so so much for your advice to be open and talk about marriage and Our Future. It got the ball rolling for US and here we are engaged. Much love to you all hope to hear from you soon. Hugs and kisses Donna. Thank you Donna. Thank YOU JESSICA. And thank you dear. Listeners I truly love you guys. Please help the unqualified community. Grow by sending US your questions. Your answers in your stories. Just go to our website unqualified dot com and now here is Pamela Atlit Ladies and gentlemen you're listening to qualify on a fair sir. Somebody asked me about good luck. Charms of you know and things like that. I really try not to get attached to objects or anything like that and I try to get the superstitious things out of my head but if somebody says the name from his play I'm like get the fuck out of the building. Go outside turn around three times. Don't come back in until you do it and hey dear listeners. Pamela just kicked out the team like right before we started recording to give me step parenting advice. Which was Pretty Rad? 'cause she did it in the sweetest way. I mean it wasn't that she was just like okay. Everybody leave everybody out everybody out. We gotTA talk and I want to be in a place in life where it's like. I'm friendly I'm cool. I'm nice but get out some there smiling. Yeah first of all better things. It's such a fucking good show. Thank you I like it too. I drank my own Kool aid. Will you should. Because it's fucking brilliant. Thank you I was thinking today. About how every day? I wish I had a better vocabulary because finding the right word is sometimes difficult but I know this is what I tell my writers. What don't use the word amazing. But that's what they do yet because they have such they don't they can only use sixty words so if you give somebody something if you give them like a little goal a little discipline let me try to use any other word but amazing or incredible awesome right. There's a lot I can't think of any right now but I love the how the genre bleeding your show is. It's like genre blending blending may are tonal shifts in your show that happen abruptly that are you know very true to life that are jarring in the best of ways. It's a challenging show to watch because it's historical and it's he sees the word poignant. I like poignant. Okay thanks to my love. Poignant I liked to have feelings a you know. I'm somebody who just I love the way a song can move you or you know colors make you feel or just walking outside today. Today is the best day all of La in February is the greatest thing in the world. I live for the cool air and then the sun and it's just you know you're in a magical place and so I love that feeling so for me it's all about all the different feelings that I can instill in the show and when you say my shows a comedy you're not doing it as service because it's not a comedy. Your shows a comedy but it's poignant. It was so hard for me when I moved to Los Angeles in one thousand nine so I I didn't near two thousand one because you did king of the hill. Yeah I truly think I had two lines gyms and jellies are really liked those lines. It's fun to say jams and jellies jams when you took off. I was like I know her. I'll that's sweet. Yeah the idea of like the separation of comedy and drama felt like it just didn't quite understand why there were only two lanes felt like in that world. Well it's just labels it's just labeled and I feel like that's what the world is struggling with right now they just don't WanNa have labels anymore. Yeah okay I was thinking yesterday. I wanted to talk to you about specifically because we're in the industry and we're like over forty the of jealousy and I was thinking about how one of the Nice things I've noticed about getting older. Is that either. I don't have the energy or the mental capacity to be as jealous as I used to be that of other women. That's usually where my jealousy comes from like when I clock see it's usually another woman or you know some and usually somebody in our profession and I think I would. I'd love that role or or wise. This thing agitating me would feel somewhat arash irrational way. And I don't like that you know it's it's this other thing that's having control. It makes you feel powerless. And that sucks. What's your relationship women in general or friends or do you have eighths totally changed for me in terms of you know kind of coming out of this. K- whole of three daughters for the past twenty almost three years. You know. It's exactly that so. There was a point a few years ago where I kinda was like a weight I have friends and I just. This village became a part of my kids. I was sharing my kids with my friends and my friends with them. And that's that's my love life like just really enjoying. I'm usually enjoying it enormously. Because the thing is I have a lion in my show this season. And you'll see it when you see it but I say women need to be brothers to each other one hundred percent completely and I kinda really got into women and my female friendships in my life. And it's up to us to adjust if you immediately have an allergy to somebody and you're like Oh okay this bitch you know you have that feeling but the reality is it's you so if somebody's like a know it all or if somebody's you know irritating or something like that feel like. I've failed if I haven't made that work but some people you just you just can't you know what I mean. It's not for everyday use. You can't be around them too much. I was watching an interview that you did think it was Jimmy. Kimmel and you you talked about. You know being fifty. I was thinking about this because you talk about AIDS in a way I was thinking about how we betray each other with our shame of age. A bit like. Yeah so anyway. I'm trying to give you a roundabout compliment that I loved how you're like. This is my life. Well I remember being obsessed with the fact that I had to get my birth age off of IMDB because they literally it was just like a fucking conspiracy to just bury everybody with our birthdays. It really was a nightmare and the age shaming was crazy and anybody who's lake over forty or in their fifties or whatever we were in a frenzied panic to cover our age up so much so that when I turned fifty. I didn't even realize that I was fifty. I'd been lying about my age for so long and then the fucking Internet told me I was fifty and I was like. Oh Shit and it's funny because I noticed that I started to lose my neck. My jaw line started to disappear the second. I got my own show unlike. Look through the camera. I'm like what the fuck is happening right now. When I need the JAL line God dammit. Oh but the exciting thing is look at Jeannie Berlin who is in succession and she's in hunters. The new Jordan Peele show. It's like now it's cool. Now you're we're we're embracing it and once you stop fighting it once you say. Oh I'm not going to get talks or or whatever you just do. Whatever makes you feel okay completely. We tied at one hundred foot when I'm one hundred four. Yeah like Oh my God. You're hundred four. Yeah you look great. Yeah that's what I want to hear. It and you're spry is fuck. Yeah I just lose. Yeah exactly what's the thing where the horses dance a Cirque Du Soleil? I just took up horse dancing with the Cirque Ami Tammy come join me dressage. Just yes buck. Yeah Yeah I'm dancing with the okay to get back to your show because it's so raw in so reflective it's difficult to define so smart and you've been very honest performer for a long time. Now were there moments that felt like. Oh this scene like afterwards that you felt a degree of liberation or like. I was really good there well. I never felt that you know. I never really studied because my mom she. She told me this story the other day that she's told me fifty million times. It doesn't make me want to drive my car into a brick wall anymore. But it's because I have a show and I made a character of my mom and so now I just look at her and I go. Oh this is funny. This shit is funny but my mother said to me the other day because we have a friend staying over with us from Copenhagen. And your mom's your neighbor. My mother is my neighbor. The lady next door. You're the landlord. I'm the landlord so threaten eviction all the time we get some like creepy notes that you just need to start putting on been on the true but she said that I went and I got a meeting with Beverly. Heck choose my first agent and I just I opened the phone book and I got her name and number out and I sat my parents down. I was eleven years old and I said I gotTA meeting with an agent. I really WANNA act. I WANNA get an agent and my mother took me and she had me read a tide commercial sides for tied commercial and she comes outside she says to my mother never let it take an acting lesson. I love that sweet. Which is I'm reading about Ethel Merman right now and it just said in the book that they said it was like a big studio heads. Said never take a singing. So there's something to be said about like there's something natural totally. They didn't accept that as a compliment till later. I didn't I didn't know that she said that to my mom but I think I coulda used some less than did you see me. On the facts lively robbing Mrs Garrett. Oh the scope of the career tied commercial. I know I should mockup sides but what was your first job. Then by first job was a Mexican pudding. Commercial called Donny. Pudding and it wasn't approved by the FDA and so we had to do it in Spanish. He not kidding. I wore the dress I wore to my brother's bar..
"pamela" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Saint James and Pamela Hughes so I wanted to take this opportunity restoring faith in humanity to talk about something that restores my faith in humanity not once but twice a week sometimes three times a week Pamela yeah and the Batman theme is not by accident okay you have been there you brought Riley you brought Chris to an amazing children's charity called the cold in cal foundation down and we had an awesome I volunteer it's what it's not about me I don't hear there and last night was a super special night because last night was the five hundredth child to go through there that's that's amazing five hundred of them angel by the way was our kid last night and he was okay so I've been there but yeah I'm not going to assume our audience so what kind of kids what what is the cost of health foundation to the way the colt cal foundation works is that children's charities nominee children and many times are not told even what's happening or what's going to happen or what they're going to write and they show up and become a super hero for the night uhhuh the way the story plays out is it Mister what Bruce Wayne is unable to attend which means no Batman so when there is an issue with the joker well the kid has to step in and the cold health foundation has its own bat mobile back copter cycle get the backup slide down the polls yeah now you have the bookcase opens up you've got there William Shakespeare had it's all based on the nineteen sixty six version of of the Batman TV show so it's it's not that scary Batman it's kind of the powers out bane Batman you know Adam west version in SO ten years ago it all started ten years ago there was a little boy named Cole Colton cal and Mister Wayne you and I know who we're talking about we serviced with Mr **** took his Batmobile over and heard that Colton wasn't feeling well and gave the keys to his dad let me drive his son around in about mobile in Egypt that mobile no it's a real battle yeah like flames coming and this is a life Hey I took a a sports car and it's it's a legit pictures of its own are are physically because of the of last night I see the polls you see angel you see about will be a few about cycle arm and what started we if one kid getting to writing about mobile is now this amazing organization called the golden cal foundation where again last night and again they are I think I got the numbers okay because I think the numbers are important last night angel who is phenomenal young man and is how old would you say he is angel is probably seven or eight okay and try to paint and just you know angels gone through more than you and I ever will yeah an angel is fantastic it has an awesome attitude angel was the five hundredth kit to be able to be the super hero have a superior experience and those five hundred kids the way the charity works is the charity gives the money back to the children's charity said nominate the K. so it's a way for children's charities to to a a fun what they do and he handed over checks last night night kid gets to hand the checks back to the charities that that nominate him to go through the super your experience and those five hundred kids have given two two hundred and twenty four we had a twenty twenty fourth different children's charity last night when I did new one last thing and have given back just over one point three million dollars to the credible it is an amazing start it it's it's just started wanted organic very you know like a random act of kindness and so many times when we talk about faith in humanity and we end the show on a high note like that it is those kinds of stories it's those small acts of kindness that go so far in in a lot of times they grow into something that you could never have imagined you know it's one of those things where when you if you just hear about it the kids going to going to this Batman thing I like to say at the end of the show no matter what you thought you were coming to this probably isn't exactly what you were going to get because while the kids are getting to have fun and the slide down the pole in the catering about mobile and do all this cool stuff right it's an hour and a half two hours of nonstop stuff yeah yeah arm at the end they give back in really that's the lesson that Mr Wayne and the Wayne foundation want everyone of those kids the lead with which is giving is fun and giving back to others is what's really important not owning about mobile not having a back copter yeah that's cool but sharing and giving back to others so it's a it's a way to teach these kids as well as offer their families because I mean he's killed a respite yeah it because keep in mind I mean work work work weeks we see a lot of kids.
"pamela" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The high achieving schools there is renewed concern Pamela for the health and well being of the students yeah when you're talking about high achieving schools were not to talk about the basis of the world here okay the charter schools here in the valley water than that yeah I mean you go to any high school and the valley right now yeah and you are going to have students competing and competing at a very high level for the the the number one ranking for the the spot that's open on the debate team for the chair in symphony for the spot on the baseball team whatever it may be academic on extra curricular and in even you know just building their resume to get into that procedures college there is a tremendous amount of competition and pressure yeah this is being placed on these kids so if I were to ask you who are the at risk kids what are they experiencing that that we need to be aware of it so that we can we can help them you might think okay well a kid who's experienced massive trauma and their life right okay that would be from a child who is living in extreme poverty right sure that would be at risk youth discrimination I mean that like changes so much of their environment all at risk now we find out excessive pressure to excel is also putting a group of kids at risk no these are your what family is your voice community right these are the communities that we've talked about right here on the program Bruce that I've had dear I call it an epidemic of suicide or suicide attempts and and and we know that you could expand the from the suicide or suicide attempts the mental stress the the issues of mental health that lead to that that maybe didn't get to be that extreme so you know there is a ripple effect to this senha Luthor is a professor of psychology at Arizona State University we had on this program before it's just one parent asked me where all of this pressure is coming from I ask them where is it not so when you look at students are facing record low acceptance rates at college there are out they have to out compete for those few coveted spots in all classes even like I brought up like symphonic band you like music is usually something that should relax you know no rust days inn were even seeing it in middle school this is it these you darn kids now this pressure is being placed on them either purposely or with her subconsciously that V. V. the pressure they feel is real whether you're the parent pushing them to be first chair in symphony or or so valedictorian is almost secondary to the pressure they'd be able to succeed and compete with the other kids in the car so you know what and and whether it is first chair or or whether it is to be valedictorian it doesn't have to be that overworked Hey get into college I went in to get into that procedures college Paris rob their own personal reputations yeah up and what their children do and then you have schools who also depend on students to succeed why they need to get high standardized test scores they need to get high agree report cards themselves because they're competing for the kids do you see how this all plays out it's not a good end game for kids so what do you look for let's give you some some useful information to say that you and I never faced anything like this never yeah I don't remember I as a parent I'm acutely aware of it and and I'll give you some of the tips that I even used to help battle of because Riley is in one of these high achieving elementary schools I remember in kindergarten round up or whatever you wanna call it asking you know what how much Mandarin are they learning how much homework are you going to be giving them and I'm like whoa wow Hey Riley just don't eat the paste okay obviously I had different expectations and some of these others warning signs excessive peer envy in cheating that will start you'll start to see that in middle school stress can be seen as early as elementary school and when the kids sense of self worth is dependent on what the chiefs that can lead to anxiety and depression the researchers surveyed more than five hundred middle school students from these high achieving schools and ask them to rank values their parents prioritise parents this is the naga don't play the music yet guys because I think that parents need to hear this three other values focused on achievement okay attended college excel academically and have a successful career she other than they were three the focus on character traits be respectful helpful and kind to others kids who believe that both of their parents valued character traits as much or more than the achievement ones had better outcomes at school greater mental health and last rule breaking parents have so much control over this and you got to be aware of the silent messages that you're well met that's but yeah that's the thing whether you realize it or not there are these pressures that kids are feeling even if it's not so over and I mean it in again you've heard me talk before about how kids and when I say kids whether it's you know elementary middle or or high school the little the sponges they soak up everything so we as parents also have to maintain balance in our life and not just have our sense of self worth wrapped up in the achievements that we have IT jobs yeah you just never really think of high achieving kids is at risk is a striking a nerve with you right that is you have a story to share is this something you want to share with us give us a call on the open Mike line six SO two two hundred two seven three three six oh two two hundred two seven three three will place in those back later in the show Airbnb V. housing rental business if you will says all of the listings will be verified by the end of twenty twenty what what right that is a thing already what is Airbnb doing we're talking about it next on Arizona's new section.
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"Pamela Hughes so I fly a lot and so he is kind of a thing was there some people don't want to fly but I have it's called global entry so I have a ID card that I can use to get on an airplane brighter because my driver's license even though it was a legal Arizona driver's license it was like I don't know how many years how about this three addresses ago do you know what I'm saying yeah lot of people can relate to that because we could be kind of a quote unquote lifetime I think expired at twenty thirty two but I recently got a thing in the mail to you need to update your picture every once in awhile and I said okay what were you like twenty probably you know it's like me at eight is my high school graduation but I went and last week Pamela I got my new driver's license with the little gold star in the top corner which means I can use it to get on an airplane they see the soccer when we me what ya'll think I know where you live okay all right so this is the real ID yes you need to have that that Lauren is not right corner is the is the V. V. V. the thing my barber you're looking for well that's the name of Bob or a that Bruxelles has on his driver's license and I just I mean but I don't and now I will have to wait in line even longer because we're telling all of you people that there are only three hundred business days left until you need this travel ID there's real idea to get on an airplane or to get any kind of federal building yeah there is was was one of the states that our our ID's were not compliant with these can government or any states whose ideas were complying with a pretty much everybody in every state is going to have to do something different Arizona kind of resisted this also is part of our maverick kind of a vibe can I give you some advice okay I did not go to the D. M. V. D. D. M. V. what we call it here MVD motivate I did not go there to get my license done I went to one of these third party people yeah can I suggest that you do that I went to what penalty making appointment no no you just showed up I I'm pointing I drove down don't see on the radio the fifty one what is it Indian school trying my PCH I went in think there's one person in front of me I gave them my information you need to know what you need I had a time then I went over the double check point three three people they said okay a care stand here take a picture the mail your your your driver's license so I needed to get a new driver's license I I forget why I was in and out a few minutes maybe tops that's awesome yes last year I need to get a new one and I was sitting at the the little doo Hickey you know table with the person across from me and I saw you know realize coming needed by July the October first twenty twenty next year and I'm I said okay you know what I just get one of those right all pay the twenty five Bucks to get one of those right now in the woman goes well do you have your birth certificate how many a passport yeah I wanna I do you do you have your social security card with I had to hide do you have like a a bank statement or utility bill and I'm like well I'm just like you to re print off another right drivers like you know what you need to have the time I get out of it you don't you don't have those things then you can't get a real ID so it's kind of like if you're gonna go get a passport it's the same kind of information you're going to need so yes folks you're gonna need to go find it I brought a passport only a valid one yeah my expired I don't ask me how because I am not organized I found my original social security card No Way screen does it have like a little metal thing on it no god no no oh my god this is decidedly cardigan okay paper from back in the day way back in the nineteen hundreds Pamela and then I brought like by electric bill and water bill and that's all I needed to get the real ID so yeah you're gonna need to go some documentation right you can't just show up and handing your old one expect no no no no no no no so important safety tip and another important tip is to know that October first twenty twenty the standard driver's license the one that most of us currently have our wallets right now will no longer be accepted by TSA to pass through airport security or to get on a commercial flight which means even if you do have yours right it's gonna be a nightmare at sky harbor with C. can we make plans now October first of twenty twenty to do our show from terminal for sky harbor and just something in at the Boston right outside the TSA there couple little chair and I'll just sit there sure they'd love this I'm sure and watch we don't even have to like have any commentary we could just get all the microphone Mike yeah and what was what do you get on the plane there would be three hours from nine to noon that's it that's it what do you mean and then we can pull people aside when they get refused entry and all I never heard that I need to get a real ID nobody ever told me this is a valid driver's license in Arizona and what I mean you need to get a different tribes so here's the deal you're saying I don't want to have to bring my social security number my birth certificate that you know thanks statement Khiladi built in get a real ID no you don't have to you can opt out of the real ID compliant license choose a regular state license it'll be marked instead of having that little gold which I buy we deserve a lot of gold stars you deserve something my friend it will be marked with not FOR federal identification you also you will need a passport to travel within the United States then that's if you don't have the realize realized he could travel wherever you want no real ID you'll need a passport to go along with your regular driver's license to travel within yes the United States of America there you go you've got three hundred business days to get a real ID and you gotta believe again October first of next year those of you that wait till September next year number there are going to be like to run the car you're good you're going to think they were given away Taylor swift tickets at the at the MVD the lines it'll be gold do it now seriously I will show you the place first step yeah go find remember we did not define their so called secure not to get your documents in order to do that one you can find all that information on a.
"pamela" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Pamela further man, considered the one who could get Nashville's current mayor run for his money says he's not running story board thirty I'm WTN here. That guy say, Pamela, you announced when you're filling in for me earlier that you're taking less southeast fewer self is really why is that just decided not to? What I just wanna live more than I wanted to take photos. I want to enjoy the moments rather than take a bunch of self as I mean, I I think I kind of came to that conclusion when I went to Ireland. Yes, a month or so ago, I took a ton of pictures. There's not one picture in there of me now one. Yeah. Not not even I think I did a Facebook live only one time from a club. And that was it or from an Irish pub and in Ireland, by the way, they just call him pubs. Okay. Taxi driver told me that. Yeah. Live life. I, you know, I want to experience it not in in a passive way. But in a in a an aggressive way, you guys were talking about this in reference to the Jag Jaguar. Yeah. I mean what what a fool. Crimes offense to get a selfie with a with a Jaguar. She was expecting to put his arm her arm around the Jaguar, but yeah, right. She she moron. But we see those stories all the time. I'd mentioned I think a week or so ago to fill their because villas joined the Instagram community. And so that's awesome. You is a there's a photo that's gone viral. But not for the reasons you may think it is a gorgeous photo. And it's this couple who decided to have a picture taken of them hanging out the side of a moving train, and it's going around this mountainside. So it's actually the angle that they were able whoever took the photo was was beautiful. I mean, it is it's breathtaking, but they're hanging out the side of a moving train, and they're on a mountainside one one little misstep, and they're gone. I mean, you're dead. What's how stupid how stupid? I mean. There's this thing. Called photoshop. Yes. Photoshop yourself in or something. It's very simple. You're right. That's do. Just Photoshop it. It's all good. You know, take a picture of you, then take a picture of the train, then take and then use Muslim together that way, it's semi authentic. The problem is, and I don't want to go and go down the road of because we all know about the narcissistic society, we live in the younger generation, even though the older generation point. Yeah. There's a point in time where I was taking way too many selfless. I I you're looking for a date. That's funny. Listen, it takes a long time. Just to get the writing. Four thirty. I'd WGN. Information few opinion, driven super talk ninety nine seven. From the WGN news center. I'm Pamela furr. With your top stories. Democrat Bill Freeman says he.
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"Pamela, Pamela, samba Dolly awards such a love for the fifty two hell with this drink. I'm not trying to get you out of fifty to fake out. Hey, I'm gonna try. Try try. To try so pay close attention to what's going on in that White House. The second thing that you need to be paying attention to it is something happening right now. That a lot of people. I'm not paying attention to. Pay attention to what's going on in the Korea's between north and South Korea. Because I am still under the belief that. Tim Jong is playing. America like, funky, piano. And I believe he's trying to get relationships strong enough with South Korea. Did they will join China? North Korea and Japan. To form. A United front against the United States. Is what China is not is not backing down on its tariff war. And now North Korea and South Korea if they can reconnect see you gotta understand the. The stupidity of Americans. But also, it's not just stupidity is is the is the the the confidence of Yeah. Realize South Korean North Korea their family, and when I say family, I'm but they actually are blood related family, many people in South Korea, come from North Korea. Their family. They might have.