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"Reformed. I feel bad for the players. But you're correct. Go see the movie slap shot, grab it on whatever you can. It's a great movie. Paul Newman. Terrific movie. And here we go. Stupid world record. A newfie poo. I'm guessing a Newfoundland and a poodle cross broke the Guinness World Record for the longest eyelashes on a dog. All right. Coco is 6 year old Newfoundland poodle cross earned the title, a new fe poo. Eyelashes measuring 7 inches long. Wow. What? What is that like? That's gross. The lashes be previous record of 6.69 inch long eyelashes. Where do you out? Is that it? I want a 6 inches that a puppy dog. Yeah, that is weird. Like the human record, the record applies to a single eyelash rather than multiple ones. Oh. What? All right. I don't know. To bag the title of coco's lashes were measured by a qualified vet, who's familiar with measurements. It took three separate measurements of the longest eyelash that she has. Coco's lashes were also verified have grown naturally without being modified in any way. I would hope not. Sweet looking little doggy. I bet she is. The eyelash is visible immediately. No, look at the dog. Yeah, you can't tell from, oh, wait a minute. Oh yeah, okay. Yeah, they are, sorry. Is it hideous? No, they extend down the snout all the way below the jaw line. It's our bottom eyelashes? Yeah, it's I can't tell actually, but can you see just it goes all the way down to a practically the dog's chest. But it's a sweet looking dog. What? Those doodles freak me out. Oh my gosh. Yeah, you wouldn't know they were eyelashes. Yeah, they look like just dogs. Right. Almost like a mustache. Yeah, they just like regular hair, like a fur Manchu. What? Can I tell you what? That was wonderful. For a man shoot ferment you. They're sweet little sweet little doggies. Wow. You got pretty much every kind of poo now. Yeah, you do. Goofy food, doodle poo. Yeah, it started with the noodles, labradoodle. Golden doodle. Yeah. Bernadotte. My dad's getting one of those. I just talked to him last night. Which one? The bernado. The bernese mountain dog doodle. It's a cute dog. They are. I don't like any doodles, but I know they're sweet and stuff, but I would never own one. Yeah. I had a couple of them for ratty 20 years ago. They were like nice little doggies. They always look dirty. They have human eyes. I feel like there's like spies in them. The spies are the Chinese dogs. When's all the extra skin? No, he's talking. We have a Chinese. We had one. Tell me a pekingese. It's got it. We can eat right in there. Station eggs? Those dogs smell so bad too. Because we had one when I was a kid. And her name was DOG and yeast infections. That's a lot of skin folds. Yeah, and she got sprayed by a skunk. That was bad. Just leave the door open. She'll go away. In any event, I'd never heard of a newfie poo, Newfoundland. No. I'm imagining that probably has huge doofy poops. Big dog, you see. Large movement of a middle aged man in your backyard. One more. A mouse named Patrick Stewart.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Call us today for a free benefits check. 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three. That's 807 8 5 1673. Alan cable with today's amazingly sweet love story watch. Owen's getting a little kiss from his dog. He's 7 years old. This is a story of how one little boy and a dog changed each other's lives. Owen has an illness that causes his muscles to constantly be tense. So it's very difficult for him to move around and do simple things. It's made him very shy and withdrawn. Well, some folks were searching for someone to adopt a dog named hachi. He's a big Italian shepherd that only has three legs. How'd you got hit by a train? And then going to us. Owen says it was a magical meeting the first day I met him for his head on my lap. And that's what happened. Oh, and his family says he's a different kid with hachi there. Much more outgoing. Really happy. I think trees in my life. This is an animal radio news update brought to you by fear free, fear free takes the pad out of petrified and puts the treat into treatment to learn more and find a certified fear free veterinary professional near you, visit fear free pet dot com. I'm Laurie Brooks, actor and humanitarian sir Patrick Stewart, is fostering a pit bull named Ginger. Have you seen this? They're a beautiful pair. They bonded instantly. Stewart admits that he once believed the negative stereotypes about pit bulls, but his love for Ginger and other pits has grown so deep that he's now partnered up with the ASPCA to get tough against dog fighters. The love affair between the Star Trek star who goes by sir pat stew on Instagram and Ginger that love affair has been unfolding on Instagram for the world to see and it's been so fun to watch. Stewart admits that he wasn't always keen on pit bulls and had believed the negative stereotypes about them until he was introduced to a sweet senior pity in Brooklyn about 5 years ago. He confesses, I had a reaction. This is a quote I had a reaction to that, which I am now significantly ashamed of. He goes on to say that he was even uncomfortable with the idea of meeting Ginger, but that has changed. And so is he. Now he says I literally find myself more optimistic than I used to be. And there is only Ginger to account for this. It's the impact of sharing my life for only 8 days with her. He is in love with his dog, but apparently he is not going to be a foster failure for Ginger. Patrick Stewart says he's only able to foster her while he's living in Los Angeles right now because sadly the 76 year old actor and his wife, though they would love to adopt Ginger, the UK does have strict breed specific legislation known as BSL. Preventing people from making pitbulls members of their families. In England, and he does plan on returning there. He's been while he's here, of course, a great example of saving dogs and rescuing and fostering. And educated a whole lot of people about the beauty of animals that seem to know that you somehow saved their life. And that's the truth. It's weird that the UK has a breed band from a country that really has been very advanced as far as animal welfare and animal care. That is very strange. Yeah. It seems weird that a whole country would ban a whole category of dogs, not just one breed because we all know a pit bull is not really a breed. It is strange. It just goes to show you what the epidemic that's actually going on. That's just created by us. You know what I'm saying? What, the hype? It's kind of a shame. Anyway. There was a couple who recently in California celebrated 15 years of marriage. That's not the news. But they renewed their vows while they were surrounded by their favorite animals, which happens to be cats. And lots of them. Jay and charity Jones chose to renew their vows at a really beautiful place. So we've talked about before and how, and Judy, you guys have been there. The cat house on the kings. Oh, yeah, wonderful. Yeah, it's a cage free cat sanctuary and adoption center, right? It's huge, too. Huge. Yes. Now, what is it? What is the name of the town that it's looking? Harley, I'm not quite sure how to pronounce it, yes. I wasn't either, so that's why I'm probably butchering it. No. Then it's in the middle part of the state. There's a video online that shows the couple, reaffirming their marriage vows while literally dozens of cats roamed around them freely. Just sitting there acting as witnesses, the couple said they decided after they got married 15 years ago. That was 2002 that they wouldn't have children and they instead chose to devote their lives to rescuing cats. Who was that? Uh oh. That was how stomach. Yes, sorry about that a little hungry. You guys are gonna love this story. A strange trio and a very cute trio of animals that had this very unique and very strong bond between them have been we are happy to report all three adopted together. Sasha the dog, Jack the cat, and tweaks the rat. Yes. A dog a cat and a wrap. Have all had their bags packed and have left the OshKosh area humane society in Wisconsin. Happy to say. You may have seen them online. They're so cute. They got a lot of publicity, but together they were known as the rat pack. Shelter volunteers say their strong bond was so obvious when you got to see them in person that when they were separated while they were being evaluated on their very first night at the shelter, it was immediately obvious to everybody, and especially to Jack the cat that he was extremely unhappy. And they say it was so much more difficult to adopt out two or three pets to the same home. So they had to really take a lot longer to find a home for this unusual pair. And this trio was not an easy Sally. It turns out that their new pet parent was initially and I think I would be the same way a little hesitant to adopt tweaks the rat, but she quickly changed her mind when she recognized the friendship that they all shared. And she immediately softened to the idea of taking tweaks after seeing how it really truly friendly and loving he was. But if you haven't seen a picture of them, do yourself a favor, check them out. It's very cute. I'm Lori Brooks. Get more breaking animal.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Animal Radio
"There is fear free certified. If they're not, I would highly encourage them to look into this program. We have some people on this group that are gifted. Temple grandin is the one that comes to mind. Sure. Temple grandin for those that don't know it. There's a book called lost in translation as she is a gifted savant that has taught us so much on this fear free group about animals emotion what makes them fearful. Things that had never thought about, like how we take them from home where they have their familiar scent and we take them to a clinic that has none of their scent. And that when we examine them, we don't keep them imbalanced. We tend to pull their limbs away from their body and have them off balance, which causes stress. This thing is filled full of experts. There's 53 boarded behaviorists, there's experts in the zoo world that Todd animals to present themselves for services. There's enrichment experts. The head of animal cognition at duke, the head of animal cognition at Columbia, the head of ethology at MIT. These medical icons. Yeah, it's really a who's who is on board for this. And one thing that you just mentioned that I want to point out, this is not just for the vet clinics. You are launching something brand new where people at home can make your fear free environment at home. At home. But you know what, what I want to stress is your veterinarian, some of them haven't heard about it. Some of them need a little bit of a push to do it. Some people say, oh, we're already doing fear free. We've already been doing it for years. No, you haven't. I'm here to tell you, I learned something every week from this group. These 200 experts that we now know so much more than we knew before about how to reduce their anxiety and stress and how to increase common happy. So hopefully you can nudge them over the edge to join this amazing group of people, which by the end of the year will probably have close to half of all the veterinary personnel in the United States on board. If people want to learn more, the website is fear free pets dot com, fear free pets dot com and of course links to everything you've put on today's show over at animal radio dot com. Doctor, and I'm not going to call you farty. I'm going to call you smarty. Smarty Becker. Thanks you guys. Take care of yourself. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Hey, this is Josh Duhamel on animal radio. Please adopt the pet. If you're a diabetic, we have great news. You can end the painful finger sticks with a new CGM. Plus, they may be covered by Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance. If you test and inject daily, you may qualify. Call U.S. med now to learn more. 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three 807 8 5 one 6 7 three. That's 807 8 5 1673. Celebrating the connection with our pets. This is animal radio, featuring your Dream Team, veterinarian doctor Debbie white, and groomer joy vellani, and here are your hosts Hal Abrams and Judy Francis. And I understand David fry is going to be calling us this hour. Of course, the one half of the John o'hurley and David Frye couple that hosts all the dog shows that you see, especially the NBC one on Thanksgiving Day. I always think of them as a couple now. They can't think of one without the other. And they're again together, they have a brand new show. It's a Beverly Hills dog show. Ritzy. Exciting. Yeah. On a pocket dog. But apparently there's a whole celebrity aspect to it this year. They have I'll let him tell you about it coming up in just a few minutes. Of course, he was also the founder of angels on a leash, which is a hospital therapy therapy program. Good stuff. So that's coming up in a few minutes right here on animal radio. Also 5 things you must do when your pet is annoying your neighbors. Yeah, have you ever had a neighbor come over and say, hey, your dog's just barking too much? Can't stand it, or you're fearful that they'll do something to your dog because of its barking. These are all things that people have to deal with. Fortunately, our dog never mind. Minor perfect. Sure. So are ours. So Robert Robert Zimmer around the corner with some solutions on that. Lori, what are you working on for this hour? I'm going to tell you about a celebrity who is fostering an unusual type of dog that we don't really hear a lot about this kind of special adoption. But it's fostering, but we'll tell you why he knows it's just foster and he's not going to adopt. Okay. Yeah. First, your calls for doctor Debbie and doctor Debbie and I'm going to let you pick this time. All 5 seem to be blinking. It's a busy day. It is in the middle. Let's go three. Okay. And it gives me great pleasure to bring Andy in on the show. Hi, Andy. How are you? I'm doing fine. Thank you very much. Where are you today? I'm in Irvine, California. Oh, Southern California, the LA area probably listing on coast. So what's going on? The question I have is I'm in the process of getting a kitten. Good. And the reader, their standard is to spay or neither at 12th weeks when they delivered the cat to you. Okay. And my question was whether that impacts the growth on kittens. I know it does on dogs, but I'm not sure about the felines. The breeder says, no, it doesn't make a difference. And but I know some of it say, yes, it does. So I'm kind of confused. Okay. So years and years and years ago, there used to be stories that we were worried that early neutering of male cats cause problems with an increased risk in urinary blockages. That is no longer found to be true. And it does not affect the size or the diameter of the urinary tract. So no, for cats, actually, there is new concern that we have about neutering before 6 months of age. For regards with growth or any of those types of things. So I would totally be comfortable. And I think that's actually very great of that breeder that they're actually advocating that beforehand. Because we know with female cats, they can actually go into heat before 6 months. So a lot of communities, that's why they recommend mandating them to be spayed at four months of age because they can't go into heat at 5 and get pregnant. So no, I would definitely endorse that and support that decision. As long as the kids have also had some of their other basic wellness care vaccinations, dewormed. Yeah, they do all the necessary inoculations when they basically win the 12th weeks yet. It's actually a female Siberian that I'm looking at. Siberian. Yes. Siamese? Siberian. Siberian. We're all going to our phones right now. Look at this one up. Yeah. You got to explain what kind of kitty this is a Siberian cat. So this is a fancy schmancy cat. It's a cyber force catch is what's called. Okay, gotcha. And they're large enough as large as Maine coon surprised..
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Animal Radio
"That's a dog treat. I'm talking pull something out of the refrigerator. And this is the time. Okay, a veterinarian is telling you, pull out people food. But this is really you need something that's going to be super high value that you don't give them at other times. And it'll give the wow factor up. And you only give that at the time of the grooming glove. And small bouts. So little bits at a time, 30 seconds to a minute, no more than that, you see any anxiety, those ears go down, tail goes down, he starts licking his lips looking around, you stop. And then just build up to it slowly. And then, you know, we'll see, maybe with time we can get him up to a brush. But it's definitely going to take time for him to be thoughtful of where he enjoys being touched the most and where he doesn't being joined. Maybe they grow out of. He's only 13 months old. Well, most folks that work in behavior will tell you that behavior problems never get better with time if we don't address them. They only get worse. Yes, ma'am. So yeah, yeah. So it's a great thing for me to try and I can't wait to do it because I really see some of those things that you mentioned probably will work out. All right. Good luck for things. Love the show. Look forward to it. It's more than just education. It's fun and entertainment. You guys keep it up because it's so rewarding and enriching to us that owners. That's why we do it. Thank you, Ernie, for your call. Listening on WF fan C in North Carolina and Fayetteville, North Carolina. And I got to say, is there any chance there would be a medical problem here? You know, that's a good point. We didn't even actually dabble into that. But if a pet has skin disease, allergies, itchiness, then they're going to be intolerant for grooming or excessive contact in that fashion. But he described that the dog did like to be petted. So hopefully that's not the case. Okay. If you want to talk to doctor Debbie right now, it's toll free from the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. And by all means, if you happen to have a mini schnauzer or a.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Peony blue? No. Maybe? That last line from Ming isn't the story's only reference to periods. This is surely the first Pixar movie to feature sanitary pads as a plot device. Director Xi, who wrote the script with Julia Cho, confronts the messiness of adolescence, with an honesty that's refreshing in the world of studio animation. Maize transformation is clearly a metaphor for the onset of puberty. When your body betrays you and becomes unrecognizable overnight. But it's a metaphor for something else too. As it turns out, the red panda effect is the result of some very ancient Chinese magic. That's been passed down to May through the women in her family. It may be a ridiculous setup, but as in most Pixar movies, even the most outlandish plot devices have their own narrative logic. May soon figures out that her panda persona is triggered by intense emotions. Whenever she calms down, she turns back into her human self. Her mom instructs her to suppress her feelings, and the panda, along with it. But then something funny happens. Her friends find out about the panda, and rather than being weirded out by it. They think it's the cutest, coolest thing ever. Soon may is newly popular, and having the time of her life. And she starts to wonder, what if the panda? Far from being some shameful aberration, is actually the truest expression of her happy, goofy, emotional self. And so turning red tells a story about shame, repression, and social anxiety. Areas that I, like more than a few Asian Americans, know a thing or two about. During the movie, I found myself sometimes wincing and recognition. At May's tension and embarrassment. As she's torn between her family and friends. I also balked at moments that seem to exaggerate for comic effect. Especially when it came to May's mother, who's clearly been conceived along the lines of the controversial Tiger mom stereotype. All of which is to say that turning red gives you a lot of ideas to grapple with. It also gives you a lot to look at. Director Xi and her collaborators have a lot of fun incorporating East Asian influences into the story and animation. You can see touches of Japanese anime and the character design. Maze panda has the fluffy, oversized proportions of Hayao Miyazaki's totoro. The action heavy climax manages to salute kaiju movies like Godzilla, and martial arts epics like crouching Tiger hidden dragon. Turning red nose that teenage life can sometimes feel like a monster movie. And sometimes it's an action movie. And now happily, it's a Pixar movie. And one of the boulder ones to come along in a while. Justin Chang is film critic for the LA times. He reviewed the new film, turning red. On Monday's show, we welcome back Seth Meyers. The host of NBC's late night with Seth Meyers, a former head writer and anchor of SNL's weekend update. And now the author of a new children's book called, I'm not scared. You're.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I've enjoyed some very much indeed. Patrick Stewart recorded in 2020. Star Trek Picard season two is now streaming on paramount plus. Coming up, Justin Chang reviews the new animated film turning red. This is fresh air. The new Pixar animated film turning red tells the story of a young Chinese Canadian teenager, who awakens one morning to find that she's transformed into a big, red panda. Our film critic Justin Chang says the movie, now streaming on Disney+, is one of Pixar's most original recent efforts. Three years ago, the writer director domi she won an Oscar for her delightful Pixar animated short bow. In telling the suite and surreal story of a Chinese Canadian mother, and a steamed dumpling that comes to life, it captured something funny and poignant about the cultural and generational differences that can divide Asian immigrant families. With her first feature turning red, she leans further into the complexities of Asian parent child relationships. And this time, she's come up with an even wilder conceit. If you were to mash together carry and the joy luck club, and somehow still get away with a PG rating, it might look a bit like this movie. The story is set in the early 2000s. And it follows a 13 year old girl named Malin Lee. Voiced by rosalie Chang, who lives in Toronto's Chinatown. May is an obedient overachiever. A straight a student who spends her free time helping her parents run a temple, built to honor their Chinese ancestors. While Mae's father is shy, and mostly stays out of the way, her mother, Ming, a terrific Sandra Oh, is attentive to the point of overbearing. In addition to being super involved with May's studies, Ming rigorously polices her daughter's social life. In hopes that she won't be too influenced by western ways. But while they may look like the perfect daughter, like any teenager, she has interests of her own. She's starting to notice boys, and she and her friends are particularly obsessed with an nsync style boy band. And then one morning, in a twist that riffs on Kafka's the metamorphosis, and countless werewolf movies. She discovers that she's turned into an enormous red panda, with bright red orange fur, and a long bushy tail. She promptly flips out..
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Nothing. That's my guess, Patrick Stewart playing Macbeth in a 2010 BBC adaptation of the play. So I just wonder if you could tell us a little bit about what choices you made and doing that soliloquy. You know, that has made me a little emotional. I love that role. I played it for exactly a year. And I did no other work for those 365 days only Macbeth. It did in time. You know, doing a role like that 8 times a week and attempting to live the role, everything that happens in it. Because it is an horrendous story. It affected me very badly. When I was on Broadway, I don't think it showed it my performance. I used to go home and get drunk every night. And then sleep sleep in the morning and then get ready. The best part of the day for me was 6 o'clock when I thought two hours from now. I'm gonna be walking on stage, playing this great role, because it is a fantastic role, but how did I make an interpretation of it? Well, what day before we'd started rehearsing, I was somewhere in London on the street. And who should I encounter, but somebody who at the time I didn't know that well, certainly Ian McKellen. And he said to me, hey, is it true that what I've heard that you're going to be playing Macbeth? Now Ian had done a production of Macbeth with Judi Dench with dame Judi Dench, which had been one of the most remarkable Shakespearean performances I had ever seen. And I said, well, yes, it is. And he said, can I just give you one little word of advice? And I said, oh, please, as much as you like. He said, you know, tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow. The most important word is and. God bless him. I got it instantly. It's not tomorrow and tomorrow, but tomorrow, and tomorrow. And tomorrow. And it was such a typical Ian McKellen interpretation of a line. And you know, that spread all the way through the performance for me. Bless him. Well, that's interesting. Because I guess the and it's sort of emphasizes just the tedium and the repetition. Yes. Yes, all of that. Now, Ian has a wonderful education in Ian is a Cambridge graduate and actually he was well known as an actor before he even left Cambridge. And he does set because we have become very, very close friends. I love him very dearly. He believes that I have a real hang up about my education. And he said to me, it's time you let it go. It doesn't matter that you didn't go to university. But you know, I always think God, and because he came from a working class background like me, but he had the brain to get a scholarship to Cambridge and I'm so envious of that. And you've said that when you first started when you first started acting your performances were cautious and that you didn't want to expose yourself too much. What do you mean by that? Oh yes, and I was told about it by the director of my acting school. I went to the Bristol theater school. And towards the end of my two years there, he called me into his office and gave me a pretty tough talking to. But the last thing he said to me was Patrick, you will never achieve success by ensuring against failure. And I thought I knew what he meant. But I didn't not for years and years and years. And I learned that you have to take risks. You have to be brave. You have to step into the unknown. You have to jump off the edge of the cliff. All of those things are required of actors. One side finally understood that. I knew what direction I had to go in. You know, when you were in Star Trek The Next Generation, obviously the show plays with time. And there were a few opportunities where you played Jean Luc Picard as an older man. I was just wondering what it's like to play him now as an older man yourself. Wow. Learning lines is a bigger challenge than it used to be. I used to learn lines so easily. Now, when we're shooting the series, I have the week's work laid out in front of me and over the weekend, I make sure that I am DLP, dead letter perfect. Of the first two days of work, Monday and Tuesday. And then I'm really familiar with Wednesday and quite familiar with Thursday and Friday. So that each day I will be on top of what I have to do in so far as just learning the lines goes. And I stick with that. Other than that, one of the nice things about being 79 and playing a man who's a couple of years older is I don't have to act it. I just am 79. I'm 80 in a month's time. So I mean, no one can accuse me of being a fake 80 year old. Because it's what I am. And I forget that I said things and I forget people's names and telephone numbers and all of that. My wife is blessedly patient with me. One more question like that. In your past, you've had the opportunity to play older men like you've played king Lear and ebenezer Scrooge, a prospero. Looking back at those performances as when you were a younger man, but portraying an older man, what do you think you got right or didn't get right? Or what are you surprised about now being a 79 year old that you wouldn't have been able to incorporate into your roles back then? Well, it's what the one thing I've already talked about. I'm braver than I was when I was 35. I am not averse to risk-taking and I don't judge myself. I used to do that so much. Patrick, that's not good enough. That's not good enough. You could have done that differently. You could have done it better. That gets in the way of spontaneity and real feeling coming into something. So I'm brave now than I was when I was much younger. Patrick Stewart, thank you so much for your time. I really enjoyed speaking with you. I've been really enjoying seeing you on television and I'm looking forward to season two and it's just been a real delight to speak with you. So thank you so much. Oh, thank you..
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I'll just summarize, but you were 15 and you're working in a local paper and you were spending too much of your time in amateur productions and in fact you were committing the journalistic sin of making up things. Yes. Yes, that's true. Sometimes I would just get someone to cover for me if I had a rehearsal, and there was a council meeting or something I had to attend. Or I would have a contact there and I would phone him afterwards and he would give me all the stuff. Or the final alternative was that I just made it up. And I didn't get really found out until one night when I was supposed to be at a council meeting, a huge fire broke out where I lived. It was heavy woolen industry was weaving, big mills, weaving mills. And the editor and the sub editor called each other, and they said, we've got to get somebody out there. This is a huge blaze. And the sub editor said, no, no, no. Patrick's next door in the council meeting. He'll be right there. Found out, and then the next morning I was called in to the editors office and given an ultimatum. Well, I guess we know which way you went. And I chose acting over journalism. We're listening to my 2020 interview with Patrick Stewart, who stars in Star Trek Picard. More after a break, this is fresh air. What does it mean for an album to change your life? And whose music gets to be called life-changing? NPR music asked writers to answer those questions by telling us about one album by a woman artist that changed their lives. Your conversations about those records every Wednesday in March on the all songs considered podcast from NPR. This is fresh air. I'm Sam brigger, sitting in for Terry gross. We're listening to my 2020 interview with Patrick Stewart, who stars in Star Trek Picard. Season two is just begun. In 1966, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company. So there was, it sounds like there was like a ten year period where you were paying your dues, probably in amateur and semi professional roles, right? Yes. And you've said you grew up working class and class has so much influence in England. Is it as influential in the theater, like were you looked down upon at the Royal Shakespeare Company from coming from the working class? Not at all because the breakthrough had already occurred. Actors like Albert Finney and Tom Courtney were already leading star actors and they came from working class backgrounds. I mean, both of them had slight accents, you know. And both of them were brilliant. What I did feel to a certain extent was that it was hard for me to play very sophisticated upper class or upper middle class people because I used to find the accent kind of difficult. I spoke with a very, very broad accent. In fact, it wasn't just an accent. I spoke in dialect. So when my acting teacher, who I luckily met Ruth widow in when I was 13, when she said to me, Patrick, if you really want to play everything on stage, you're going to have to lose that accent. Not all the time, but you're going to have to be able to lose it. And you must, you must work on what was called RP, received pronunciation, which is how people on the BBC newsreaders on the BBC spoke like that. That's no longer applies. I think if anything, the BBC now looks for people who have accents. But I use different words. I mean, I will give you a very quick instance. If I go to a friend's house, if I went to a friend's house to ask him, if he was coming out to play, I would say, at all, they can not. They can not. After art thou, laken, which is at least a 16th century word for playing at out. Are you coming out to play? So it was quite a long journey for me to get away from that. And for a couple of years, my life was split, weekends when I worked with dear Ruth when I was in my acting teacher, who had a beautiful accent and a beautiful voice. I would attempt to speak RP and then Monday to Friday when I was at school. I spoke with a broad Yorkshire accent. And sometimes I would get them mixed up, and oh, did that get me in trouble with my friends? I'd like to play a clip of you as Macbeth in a 2010 BBC adaptation of the play. And in this scene, Macbeth has just found out that his wife has died. And you give this very famous soliloquy known as tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow. So I'd.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Older than me, and was indeed in the Royal Air force. He disliked our father intensely. He had experienced him before, dad went to war in 1939. And I think that had been a bad time for him. So there, you know, shell shock or PTSD couldn't be blamed for that. And my eldest brother never, ever lived at home again. He lived with my mother's sister just across the road. But he and my father had a very, very difficult relationship if there was enough there to call it a relationship. My other brother, Trevor, who is 5 years older than me, and I'm delighted to say it's still very much with us. He and I had very similar experiences. But he was a calmer and quieter and more patient teenager than I proved to be. And so I think he was able to tolerate this difficult situation better than I could. I really had problems with it. It was not a great time. But as luck would have it, I fell under the influence of some wonderful people. Most particularly my teachers. And then when I was 11 years old, a man called Cecil dormant, who was my English teacher and first person to put a copy of Shakespeare into my hand and insist that I read it allowed an interestingly enough, it was the trial scene from the merchant of Venice and he had me playing shylock. Yeah, and did you connect to that right away? Did you feel an affinity to Shakespeare and to even at that point? I didn't know what the hell I was saying. You know, I couldn't even properly read the words. I was not at an academic school, not remotely. In those days they were called secondary modern schools. And yet, even though I couldn't understand the words, or really what was going on, there was something about the sound of those words when I spoke them. The feeling of them in my mouth, even then, I think, intuitively, a rhythmic aspect to it as well, touch me. And I was hooked for life. And here's the greatest thing. I called to wish my English teacher happy 95th birthday, just a few weeks ago. We still talk on the phone every few months. He is a dear, dear precious friend, that he's still in my life is a miracle. Patrick Stewart recorded in 2020. He's starring in Star Trek Picard, was just began season two on the streaming channel, paramount plus. More of our interview after a break. And Justin Chang reviews the new animated film turning red. I'm Sam brigger and this is fresh air. This week on bullseye, a lot of time talks with me about her band, haim about bat mitzvah gossip and about saying goodbye to her character in the movie licorice pizza. I'm going through a very harsh reality of like I'm not gonna be her anymore. And I've never had that experience before. That's bullseye from maximum fun dot org and NPR. Let's get back to my 2020 interview with actor Patrick Stewart. He stars in Star Trek Picard. Season two is just begun streaming on paramount plus. When we left off Stewart was talking about being introduced to Shakespeare by his English teacher. When did you start feeling a connection to acting itself? I mean, it sounded like it was pretty young. It was about the time that says Gorman put a copy of the merchant of Venice into my hand. He cast me in a play with adults. A lot of the staff of the school I went to, thanks to the enthusiasm of the headmaster, loved amateur acting. And most of the company, not all of them, but most of them were teachers in my school. And we did a play called the happiest days of your life, which was about two schools merging. It's a brilliant comedy. It was made into a film. And there was a character called hopcroft miner, who was a 12 year old public schoolboy, and they cast me as that. There was also a young girl and it too. But first of all, I loved working with adults, especially the adults who were my teachers. And the most important thing that happened to me was that the first time I walked on to that stage to play my role. I felt safer, and I mean literally, physically, emotionally, safer than I had ever felt in my life. And I think it must have been that that drew me back to acting and then I joined other amateur groups. That time there was no consideration of becoming a professional. I just loved the experience of being someone else not being Patrick Stewart. And exploring what my life might be like if I were someone else. So you said you were safer and you liked not having to be Patrick Stewart. So it was acting an escape from your home from your family life then? Yep, all of that. And also not having to feel that I was a failure. You know, I'd had friends who had taken the 11 plus and gone to grammar school. When a friend said I'd had when I was 8, 9, ten, and I was cut off from them because I wasn't scholarly. I was an academic. But finding that people wanted to have me in their plays and productions and so forth. And we did quite a lot of acting in the school. Where I grew up, you were not thought weird if you were a performer. Not remotely on the other hand, it was actually applauded and loved. So to sing to play an instrument to act a scene to recite a poem, these things were respected. And my memory of Christmas at home is of almost every member of my family, performing something. So that wasn't strange. Being an actor, I grew up in a town called Murphy, which had a population of 9000 people. And in that town there were 11 fully functioning amateur dramatic groups. Now, many of them would only have done one production a year, and that might have been a pantomime a Christmas show, you know. But that's how comfortable everybody was with being on stage and seeing a friend or a family member on stage. So was there a moment that you remember where you were acting and you thought that you perhaps had some skill and that maybe you could do this as a career? No. There wasn't even though for a year I worked on a local newspaper and that didn't work out for yeah, I think we should tell people why.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Gave me a sense that we were behaving responsibly. I think that Star Trek Picard is still fundamentally optimistic, although it has taken Jean Luc, a whole season to bring himself around to that belief when we first meet him. He is a rather severely depressed, anxious, guilt ridden, bored, old man. Well, some of those elements vanish during the course of the first season. I'm happy to say, although it was very interesting to have to perform them to act them and make them real. And I am sure that whenever we get to start shooting season two, which we will shoot, that that will continue in the same way. I'd like to talk about how you first got the role of Jean Luc Picard. First of all, did you have any reservations about taking the lead in a science fiction series? I mean, here you are at the time very well regarded Shakespeare and actor. And you're going to be in this sci-fi series wearing a tight fitting unitard with lines full of technobabble. Did you have any reluctance? I'll tell you exactly what my reluctance was. First of all, I was, you know, I came back. I think three or four times to audition for this role. And the last time I came back, I, my age, and said to me, well, this is it. It's between you and another actor. And by the way, I have never been able to find out who the other actor was. Maybe he actually didn't exist. Maybe my agent made that up. I'm doing a little competition at you. Yes, exactly. Which does no harm. But I was unprepared for what being cast in an American TV series meant because I'd never done that before. I'd done miniseries in the UK and so forth. But the day after I'd had the offer, my agent and I went to lunch and he had the deal in front of him. He had the contract and he began to go through it and then he came to a point where he said, and of course, as usual, this is a 6 year commitment. And I said, what? And he said, well, it was. And I said, well, I thought it was, you know, a dozen episodes. It was terrifying to me. Because what it meant was that I was going to have to shut down my career, which actually and I don't know whether there is any connection here, but actually had started to take off in a way that I was very pleased with. I've been playing leading Shakespearean roles for a number of years. And now I was getting leading roles on television and I was being offered transfers into the West End and transfers to Broadway. And the idea that I would have to shut that down for 6 years was horrifying. But that was when my agent was the very first person and many others followed him to say to me, look. Don't worry about 6 years. That's in all these contracts. I've got to tell you, this show will be lucky to make it through the first season. You can not revive an iconic series like those three seasons of the original Sartre. You're just gone. So you're not going to be here for 6 years. Forget about that. So I happily and delightedly signed a contract, which committed me to 6 years. And we ended up doing some. Yeah, many more years after that too, if you include the movies. Well, this might be a stupid question, but I'm going to ask it. Jean Luc Picard is French. So why doesn't he have a French accent? I mean, they're in Star Trek, do you have a Russian accent? You have Scottish accents, Irish accents. Why does John liquid card have a British accent? Somewhere in the paramount archives that ought to be a videotape of me speaking the gods lines with a French accent. They did actually want me to do that. So was it rejected? Oh yes. I mean, I don't know that my French accent. I mean, obviously, if they wanted it, I would have worked on it and made it as impeccable a French accent as I could. But I think I know what I did. The famous introduction space, the final frontier. I did that. Space, the final frontier, these are the voyages of the starship on the trees. Well, that's how I did it. And it never came up again. Well, what did come up was the world earth is now assembled the federation of planets and starfleet. There's no reason why he shouldn't be a French man who is a brilliant French speaker, but also speaks English, brilliantly with an English accent. So they agreed to that. I wanted to talk a little bit about your early years. You were born and raised in Yorkshire. And for the first 5 years of your life, you didn't know your father. He was serving in the war in a parachute regiment. And he was actually also one of the last men rescued at Dunkirk. We'll talk about this. It sounds like he suffered from was not known then as PTSD, but certainly it sounds like he had that. But I was wondering, did it scare you when he returned from home? I mean, here was this person that you didn't know who is now living in your house. Yes, it did. I was very intimidated. My mother was a loving, charming, sweet, adorable person. And he was an interesting and exciting and colorful person. And of course, he had this extraordinary career which had left him as a superstar in the non commissioned officer sense. But also there were other aspects to it, which I only discovered the details off to my profound regret a few years ago. And I've talked to an authority on PTSD, told him about my father's behavior and his weekend alcoholism and his mood swings and the violence towards my mother, all of this I've talked about in the past. And he said these are classic symptoms. There is no doubt your father was severely affected and needed medical help, which of course he never got. And it made me sad because I've given my father a bad press over the years. That I couldn't speak to him now and ask him about these feelings and what it was and what he'd experienced. I will never know. Your brothers are older than you and in fact, one of them I think was also serving during the war. Did they have a different perspective on your father since they had known him before he had gone to war? Yes, very much so. My oldest brother, who was 17 years.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"She deserved better for me. I owe it to her to find out who killed her and why. You ask too much of yourself. Sitting here. All these years, nursing my offender dignity. Rising books of history, people prefer to forget. I never asked anything of myself at all. No one. I haven't been living. I've been waiting to die. And that's a scene from Star Trek Picard, starring my guest today, Patrick Stewart, Patrick Stewart, welcome to fresh air. Thank you, Sam. I'm very happy to be talking to you. I'm happy to talk to you too. I heard that you were reluctant to go back and play Jean Luc Picard again. Why was that? It had been such an extended process filming next generation. We did 7 seasons, which I think totaled 174 episodes. And then we made four movies in, I think, about 7 years. So it had been an intense time. During that time, I was able in my downtime, my producers and fellow actors thought I was crazy to do other jobs. But it was difficult to schedule in them, but I managed to fit in some theater work and I had a one man show that I could do and yet Star Trek had taken over my life. I was working almost every day. And I got to a point towards the end of the series when I felt that I had said everything that I wanted to say about Jean Luc Picard and his life on the enterprise. I had to say goodbye to Jean Luc Picard. Yeah, so what was different about this time you were approached with many different opportunities to play this character again. What changed your mind this time around? Initially, it was when I read the names of the executive producers who were also going to be writing and directing on the show. And I can tell you I was very, very impressed. So I agreed to take a meeting, but this may sound somewhat arrogant. But here goes, I wanted to meet with these brilliant people, face to face, to tell them why I was going to say no to their show. So you weren't even thinking of doing it at that time. No, no, I was just immensely flattered. That and Alex kurtzman and Kirsten byer, who is probably the world's leading authority on all things Star Trek. I felt that I owed it to them to talk to them about why I was reluctant. And I tried, I think I talked for half an hour. And then Alex gotzmann said, look, do you mind if we just talk a little bit ourselves and maybe tell you about some of our ideas and thoughts? So I listened, then probably for an hour, tell them talking. And when they finished, I have to admit that a little tingle had started in my spine with regard to some of the ideas and concepts that they were putting forward. It sounds like one of the things that enticed you in their pitch was that the show might comment on some of the current political issues that you were concerned about. So it wasn't just a big ride into nostalgia. Absolutely not. And they were very, very serious about that. Which had not been the case way back in 1987 when I was cast as Picard. Back then, Gene Roddenberry was, of course, still running the show then and sadly and tragically he died during our third season. But he had made it perfectly clear to me that although he didn't mind referencing the present day a little. He was not going to get the serious caught up in contemporary politics or contemporary society and so forth. And I respected that. When Rick Berman took over that changed a little and Rick was more interested, which stimulated me in talking, making connections. Well, it became perfectly clear that Alex and the team on Picard felt a responsibility to do that. And that impressed me a lot. You know, I've been an activist all my life, certainly politically. And we were living in a society two years ago when all this began, in which there were profound concerns about not only where the UK or the USA, but where the world was going. And so I was affected by that. You know, to prepare for this interview I watched the new series, but I also went back and watched some of Star Trek The Next Generation. And one of the things that was, I guess, comforting about watching that show. Is that this vision of the future that's in Star Trek is it's a fundamentally optimistic vision. It's a utopian, not dystopian vision. And sure, there are problems in this world. But the things that it points to is diplomacy and working towards peace and racial harmony, both on our world and across the galaxy. And that was that's been very reassuring for me to watch these days. Yes, well, I think that we have been fulfilling that in the series Picard. The whole issues of international problems of refugees of organizations, whether it's starfleet or the Conservative Party in London, changing what they are, what they were and what their priorities were. So we did reflect that. I mean, even so, it was very modestly done in Picard. But.
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Stewart made his first appearance as Picard in 1987, and has since starred in 7 seasons of the next generation, and several Star Trek films. It's hard to imagine now, but Patrick Stewart was a bit of a long shot to play the lead in the sci-fi TV show. At the time he was best known as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. He faced a lot of skepticism about whether he was right for the role, including from Star Trek's creator, Gene Roddenberry. But Stuart went on to embody one of Star Trek's most beloved characters. Stewart has continued to work on many other projects, including multiple Shakespeare productions. His one man version of Charles Dickens a Christmas Carol, and several X-Men movies as Charles Xavier. During the pandemic, Patrick Stewart provided a little relief on Instagram by reading sonnets to his followers. We're going to listen back to my 2020 interview with him. But first, let's hear a clip from the first season of Star Trek Picard. Years earlier, Picard had resigned from his commission as starfleet and retreated to his family vineyard in France, to live out the rest of his years. Embittered that the United federation of planets had lost its way. But a confused young woman named daj appears at his home, asking for help to figure out her identity. It turns out she's an Android and perhaps related to Picard's old friend data, who sacrificed himself to save Jean Luc. Dodge is killed by unknown assailants who also interpret card. Here he is recuperating, angry at himself for failing her and shoring himself.
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"patrick stewart" Discussed on Ask Me Another
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"patrick stewart" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Thank you so much. We're happy to have you. I know this was not much of a commute for you. Because you're now a neighborhood. He now but nevertheless i still had my limo drive me here. You know you have to keep up appearances. What it's all about in show business just matter. How with the a good or bad appearance is everything and i. Don't think sirs walk. No actually they should be carrying. I've never talked to a serb before. And i'm just wondering it's an honor. Was this something that you as a even as a kid just dreamed of being knighted. I just dreamed of hoping there was some food for the next meal. All almost everything about my adult life from the age of can i call myself an adult nineteen. Yes definitely actually. I was an adult at ten. I'm mature very very early. I was never a teenager. No in the sense. The common sense of friend of mine said recently that the thing is undesired about teenagers is not people and and it is so true. No i tell you truly. I do pinch myself from time to time. Because when i was i really passionately interested in acting and that meant theater not movies. I went to the movies but the move is were an escape for me. They were fantasyland but the theater was what i pursued that that was for me romance and but my heroes were salon. Livy as john gielgud alec. Guinness john clements said donald it and these were the establishment and of course they were all old too so they were they were remote feeling to me and some people may know. I'm i'm very close to a dear friend. Ian mckellen and when we were and i remember him saying to me one day you know patrick.
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"patrick stewart" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Hey today we're going to revisit one of our all time. Favorite episodes with sir patrick stewart. We'll have a new episode for you starting next week but before that i have a request for you so jonathan and i have spent the last nine years asking all the questions but now we want to answer your question. That's right whatever you wanna know about the show. The guests making the show. Jonathan i bring it on email ask me another at. Npr dot org or you can send a message through facebook twitter. Instagram were on all of them from npr. In wnyc's live from the bell house in beautiful brooklyn new york. It's npr's our of puzzles were games and trivia asked me another. Here's your host. Oh eisenberg puzzles the final frontier. These are the quizzes of the radio. Show asked me another. It's trivial mission to explore strange new words to seek out nerd life and nerd civilizations to boldly play games with. Vip's that no vip's have played before. Our.
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"patrick stewart" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"It all comes together so well and you look at this trailer here like it looks. The movie looks very dark but it also looks very out of this world. I guess like it has feels like a science fiction. Movie doesn't feel like like you ought to feel like they were looking in front of a green screen. Yeah you ought to be like men in black or whatever. Modern sci fi movies are out there. They all have very campy looking there. It's all very can't be looking right but this this looks like you're watching a book and this looks like you're watching it. The action take place on another planet right and it just. It looks beautiful. And it's so intriguing. And it. Just i wanna be there. You know. i don't necessarily want to be in the war. But i just wanna like i wanna know more about this like i want to go further and i loved the idea because i could see josh. Brolin's gurney character which was played by patrick stewart in the original movie. Is you see in the trailer there. He's telling everybody run. Run run large battled. I can see josh like running. Yeah yeah. I mean it's happening but yeah just it looks at it. Does it does in like dennis. Vella nude like he was wanting to tell more he wanted to finish the blade runner story but he never got that opportunity but with this one. He may still if this does well. Yeah that'd be the hope with this one though. Like i love the idea of him getting to movies because yeah one. It's so awful when they have to take all the you know the trilogy of books or whatever all all the books and shoved them into one story..
"patrick stewart" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"It was so much about a guy who had lost all hope known for that that became the central centerpiece music for me writing team for him and then having to grow throughout the film pointed propose cast hit it out of the park Brian casts You know he did that for first class. And they just cast really good people to play the younger versions and mac android together with the room and talk about anything is it's fascinating thing in the same way fascinating to watch stewart mccallum exactly. Yeah and they could both be talking about you. Know reading the phone book and it would be completely fascinating The funny thing was i moved. I just moved to new york city. I'm living here now. And i actually went to see when they were here. We had just moved in at time. In february we went to see patrick stewart. Mcallen in no man's land right. Yeah it was great. It was great to see them together on stage. Well you see that chemistry air and it certainly translate translated so the earlier films this right to see them together at the fast bender and mccoy are continuing the tradition and i thought this movie was also an incredibly strong movie for wolverines. What he doesn't the film. Yeah i mean..
Business Wars Daily
Apocalyptic Battle for Take-Out Dollars: Uber Eats Pits Star Wars against Star Trek
"A. From wondering David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Wednesday September thirtieth. It's hardly a stretch to say that the pandemic has been delivery services, best friend, take-out meals, or so much more attractive when we're avoiding other people that's meant a surge in revenue for leaders and Hungary rivals Uber Eats and door dash in the second quarter ubereats. Gross delivery bookings totaled almost seven billion dollars a jump of well over one hundred percent from q one. Before we all started eating in as a privately held company door dashes keeping a lot of data to itself but the number of people using dash doubled from ten million last year to twenty million now according to research firm Emarketer. Possibly, to Ubereats Chagrin Jordache became so ubiquitous that it was responsible for more than half of all US meal delivery in April. Wow. That's according to market researcher. Edison Trans last week linked in named DOOR DASH number two on its list of top fifty startups based in part on exuberant hiring plans. The companies expected to go public by the end of the year Uber eats holds about thirty percent of US market share despite their rapid growth neither door dash nor ubereats has yet turned a profit chew on. Then these rivals are employing ever more creative marketing strategies in their efforts to. Become or remain top takeout dog ubereats constructed a quirky ad campaign that celebrates competition itself a sort of Meta Mezei the latest ads featuring unusual rivalry between get this star wars and star Trek. They star none other than Mark Hamill Luke skywalker in star wars and Sir. Patrick Stewart's Star Trek's Captain John Luc Picard they compete ferociously almost grimly in games of air hockey and connect for. But when an uber driver delivers a delectable dish, each breaks the foreboding mood to politely thanked the driver in this Ad. Stewart. Armed with Cricket Bat and Hamill carrying a baseball bat in a dark empty warehouse. Tonight. I'll be eating a Veggie cheeseburger. On Shibata. No tomatoes. Tonight I'll be eating four cheese. Tortellini. With extra tomorrow. Tony. Stewart so it's come to the. Thank you. Proper. Part of what makes the spot? So amusing is that the argument tomato tomato is, of course from the classic George Gershwin. Song, let's call the whole thing off. But of course, neither UBER EATS NOR DOOR DASH is planning to call the whole thing off quite the opposite if takeout became essential in March, it's remaining. So in could see even more growth this winter, a second wave of the virus causes more lockdowns. In Uber Eats case, the company says the campaign celebrating rivalries already been a huge success in Australia Taiwan Japan, where it launched last year and ad featuring Kim Kardashian and a fictional Australian character pushed uber eats brand awareness in Australia two levels quote on par with McDonnell's the company told Ad Week the new Stewart Hamill Lads bring the campaign to the US in Canada but whether the cleverness of ubereats his ad campaign can steal away
"Hello everyone and welcome to frames. My name is Scott Olsen and I am talking today with Beowulf Sheehan. Beowulf is one of the most sought after most successful and I believe most important portrait photographers in New York. These days he has worked in more than fifty countries lectured at New York University and Yale among other places and if you go to his website you will see portrait of people like Oprah Winfrey Twenty Morrison Patti Smith Margaret Atwood Patrick Stewart in Kellyn Paul Simon and dozens and dozens of others. It is a body of work of which I am personally Quite envious good morning. Bill could he's got great to hear Your Voice. I do have a quick thought for you. I've not traveled to fifty countries the photograph I photographed in better than ten by way of commissions however I have photographed people from at least fifty countries and hopefully been able to travel to their worlds in cultures through those experiences. Okay I saw that on your resume and I was impressed and I'm still impressed. So tell me how things are in New York this morning. New York is a beautiful place this morning. The air is cool and crisp outside. I did have a short walk this morning. I am very fortunate that out my window. I have a cemetery so I get to see less trees and I have a great deal of quiet. What sounds I hear. Every morning in this new time of ours is usually One of two things that I hear all either your birdsong or I will hear the sound of a passing ambulance and of course happy to hear the former not to hear the ladder. That is the time in which we live summer mornings in New York. City yes Tell me about portrait photography but let let let's begin where people how in the world could you get into photography? How did you get into the kind of portraiture that you do specifically I into photography being a shy boy and wanting to make friends and prior to the thought of making friends? I wanted to be reacquainted with my father. My parents divorced when I was in elementary school. My father was out in my life for a few years and when he came back the beginning of my high school years he had a Konica thirty five millimeter camera. A Long Lens to go with it and when I arrived at high school which was a high school outside of my neighborhood I went to magnet high school for foreign languages. I was busted very early in the morning to get there. I was in the ethic minority in head a world of new friends to make and when I got to school my classmates were speaking about two things with which I was unfamiliar of the Miami Dolphins. I grew up in Fort Lauderdale and girls and I knew very little about both but I had been working in the summers and not really spend that money on anything beyond books and comic book so I had enough money saved to become the youngest person in the history of the Miami Dolphins the buy season tickets to the Miami Dolphins. That's impressive I go So what I had done was than I began to use my father's camera and I would take a tripod that camera that long lens invite a new acquaintance from high school to eat game. And I believe my mother had driven been to us down To attend these games and no one ever stopped me. The guards were very kind. They recognize me after a few games. I always went through the same gate that sort of thing and was able to watch Dan Marino or the ball around and make pictures and then make Prince of those pictures and share them with classmates over time developing friendships and of course Getting to know my father again. That's a wonderful beginning there. Is I know an extraordinary event. Though in your early connection to reading and that's possible yes but but I'll let you lead that so when you're asking the extraordinary connection is well. Yeah you you are probably the only you are the only person I know who's ever been bitten by an alligator. Oh this is true this this. I don't know all the people in your life of course who you know but but I'm the only person I know who's been bitten by an alligator and that happened to me in the summer of nineteen seventy six in June of that year. I was of course on summer break from school quite small and my brother and I were playing in the backyard of the home of a friend of my mother in southwest Fort Lauderdale where there are canals and those canals in some cases feed than Their Way West to the Florida everglades and of course. That's where alligators hang out. And some of them sometimes get lost. My brother-in-law had been wrestling. This lady's backyard was time to come into the House for lunch. I had asked the Lady of the House. If we could use your host wash our feet persons they were full of dirt from the grass and the young lady had said no actually better just a spicer feed off the dock and then it'll be quicker and I went I. I remember sitting at the dock. Enjoying splash on my feet and looking at my brother and my brother's twenty months younger than me made his eyes get bigger and he looks down on my foot. I looked at my foot and I saw the alligator close. Its mouth around my right foot and I went to some degree of shock. The allegation let go. He caught the outside artery of my ankle and bloodshot out. Allah a bad money iphone sketch. And my my brother then began to grab my body to try to pull my body up and my mother and my mother's friend of course had come out of the house at this time and they were lifting me from the document onto the grass. The allegation had gone back under the dock. And I don't know how much more time passed or how much blood I lost but I then at some point found in the emergency room of a hospital where my brother was born. Only a few blocks away and doctors worked in saved my foot. Save my leg. There was concern for infection loss and I was very lucky to have for the balance of the summer. Have Gone to the hospital every day to get my foot. Epsom salts to save it and that meant of course not being able to play games at not being able to enjoy summer camp not being able to do sports do much of anything involved mobility and that deepened my reading and then with it of course my drawing and my reading and drawing through my childhood in and beyond began with comic books and then onto more challenging books More INTERESTING BOOKS. Maybe more interesting stuff. The right word say because books are wonderful. And they're very very interesting. Otherwise we wouldn't have these films adaptations of stories that now the masses is seen film but the the books of course comic books would come out once a month and it was great to go to seven eleven after school and pick up those books but I would devour them so quickly and then I really wasn't in the mood to wait another month for the next book to come out so I would just draw stories myself. The drawing worked its way over time of course into photography. But that's a longer compensation which I'm happy to have
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CBS Bets Big on 'Star Trek: Picard' to Boost Streaming
"CBS is going to do Star Trek again I you know I have to say I have I love this I know you because you like space I now you know I wish the networks would come up with an original idea of kind of a spin off okay done this spin off so they're going to do and and you had like you know the next generations and star track at next generation right yeah dis Deep Space Nine see that's where I'm going with this right now I'm kind of excited about it okay star track the card is going to have Patrick Stewart reprising his role as captain John Luc Picard from the early edition of Star Trek and he's gonna have all kinds of adventures so you're watching hardcore fans are in it's going to be he Viacom CVS is all access if they're streaming so all of course and all the streaming services when they launch they need something big to get people to come right I can see that and Star Trek might be that for them but it's all going to streaming right right right make
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An Introduction to Star Trek: Picard
"We're GonNa talk about everything we know about the card series to date and talk a little bit about Picard the character and provide even a little primer as far as if you want to go back in and reacquaint yourself with the character we can give view a few episodes to pick from and of course if you have? CBS All access. You have access to the full star Trek Universe at least as far as the small screen green is concerned. And I'm really loving the chance to get back in here and revisit some of this show that I haven't watched it's probably been ten years since my last. Tng Oh gee rewatch so. It's nice to have it fresh in my mind. Yeah so just to clarify busy. I mean this will be the first of a few prepaid card a podcast. We're doing I would say people looking for speculation as to you know who are these new characters were seeing. What do the trailer show? I think it's safe to say we'll probably touch upon it but I think it'd be better. It'd be covered in its own separate pot castle in a couple of weeks. This is more so podcast for like. Hey Do you know who John Luc Picard is. Do you remember win. Romulus was destroyed. Who the hell seven of nine this is? Sort of like a cannon catch up to get people either reacquainted or caught up for the first time with what exactly these characters are bringing that we know of before we move forward with characters old and new I guess to start I mean before we even get into anything with with what we know of Joel mccower and the characters around him he jesse talked about manifesting. This so what are your thoughts when you initially found out because there are obviously rumblings blinks about it Patrick Stewart announced. I think in Vegas a couple years ago that it was a thing. We got trailers over the course of twenty nineteen. So what did you think about this actually becoming a reality Eh. Well this is like every fan's dream I think there's nobody out there that puts picard at the bottom of their captain rankings. Out He is. The most is the most fun I think the most layered of the captains the I think he's definitely the captain where there's the most territory left to explore. And and I think the place we left him was so tantalizing like whichever playing you WANNA say. We really left him on whether it's the future. Richard Echoes that we saw in the final episode of Star Trek Next Generation. Or whether it's where we left off in the last movie back in two thousand and two and and Mike I know you were in kindergarten or something so you may not be that I. I was in seventh grade. Thank you very much definitely not in the mood to sit down for two hour long star Trek movies at that point but you know uh not not a not a little bit of a baby in the bork incubator. A little bit more of an adolescent. That's an all right. All right fair enough. You knew the Star Trek existed in was a thing exactly. Yeah and I would say that at that point. That was also so what that was when we were nearing the end. I think we're already a couple years removed from the D. S. nine voyager double feature creature feature so ah it definitely was like star. Trek was in the atmosphere but considering that I was born during season three of next generation I can't say that Picard. Even from Star Trek Perspective was top of mind for my twelve year old brain. It's true and I think twelve is probably also the wrong age to start formulating your final star trek opinions. Even if you do grow up with it. Yeah that's very true unless maybe if you place my memory in a satellite that allows it to live out for the next thirty five years really formulate my thoughts on him. Yeah Yeah Well I love I love it. We when they play fast and loose with the human consciousness as we'll talk about when we start breaking down some of our favorite card episodes I think that will it became apparent. Yeah I mean this. I can't believe we're talking about. There's like this is crazy because not only is this a star Trek nerds dream come true but it also at least from what I had heard for a while Patrick Stewart got to the point. Where like he was didn't even want to acknowledge Picard? Like there was a rumor. I I think in Hollywood that like. Hey if you're working with Patrick Stewart on a project don't mention John Luc Picard of the next generation. Because he won't be happy with it. I think for a while he felt like actually actually bit contrary to your point. He felt like his character's journey had come to an end. He felt that book was closed. But I guess he's been giving interviews obviously in the past year and he said that getting to experience how much the next generation specifically meant to a hole for lack of a better term generation of people. I think touch them in a way that made him genuinely want to revisit the character which makes me happy and from what I've seen in terms of all the preseason press he's been doing he seems to just be having the time of his life life which makes me very happy. It's not necessarily dragging Harrison Ford onto the set of the force awakens. And you know making him go through the motions again. This is someone who is genuinely invested. Did in going back to the character are living in an era of peak nostalgia. I feel like everything is a reboot of everything nowadays Yeah I think. I think you're right about Patrick. Stewart kind of wanting to distance himself from card for a very long time and I think even at the point when he began playing card. I think I think the character played by Alan Rickman and Galaxy Quest. We all agree. That is kind of making fun of Patrick Stewart to some. Yeah even though he's supposed to be I think the science it's officers. so He's more of like the spock or type. I think the fact that this is this like like you said this. This master Thespian. WHO's been beleaguered to have to give off all of these over the top lines and also SCIENC- terms that don't make a lot of sense and repetition? That's just been what we all imagined. Jamais Patrick Stewart was thinking through. So yeah I mean it's very clear. What sort of his perspective isn't that also reflected in the character as well? We'll get a bit into it but obviously popcorn a huge departure from a captain like Kirk who had experience from the original series. And I think that's very very much due not just the different natures of William Shatner and Patrick Stewart in terms of the way they just sort of compose themselves. I think it's also it's a difference between tween how seriously the show took itself because I think star trek the original series probably didn't necessarily take itself super seriously as it was being formulated plated. It's very imaginative. Show to be sure but I think there's there's always like a little bit of self awareness and then I remember I was very young when Star Trek the next generation premiered and I remember being struck by you know little eight year old me watching this show thinking this takes itself much more seriously and it's kind of. It's a double edged sword because I think next generation was able to explore some themes that original series series star Trek attempted to certainly was groundbreaking for its time. But there's a lot more gravitas especially the early season episodes episodes where they're really trying to feel out exactly how serious they could be in the swing in the wrong direction a few times and I think you get you get this starship led by this very serious captain at times like I think picard strikes me as someone who's he's much more even tempered and he takes his position position like he's having a lot less fun in the very beginning at least yeah. It's sort of like this is a very loose sketch. But he served the bird to Kirk Ernie right where he definitely seems to be a bit more like fun free shirl ago sleep with some Orion women and look we'll definitely get into some adventures that picard had both romantically frantically and otherwise. But I totally agree with you. He walked in like vary by the books. He's very good. There's a reason why he has a maneuver named dafter him when he had with the previous starship that he had worked for but he seems someone who like you said was a very sobering presence and I think that really you not only set the tone for the ship but also for the show
Power Trading Radio
Patrick Stewart, CBS And John Luc discussed on Power Trading Radio
"After Patrick Stewart is showing off the first trailer for the upcoming Star Trek show the card at comic con it's set to stream on CBS all access the two minute preview features a few of the characters from the TV series that ran for seven seasons and for movies were Stewart played captain John Luc
What Determines How Others See You
"Let's set aside some curiosity. It's not just how we look how we act that determines how people see us. So what does determine what people think of us researchers might have some hunches based on some ongoing studies? And one of those researchers is Vivian Sayas vigil rector of the personality, attachments and control laboratory at Cornell University, she's back for another edition of our mentality Mondays miniseries, with some insights in how researchers study first impressions, but more than that, she has some surprising information about exactly how subjectively people really see each other, what she told us might surprise you. You know, a lot of the work on. I and Prussians tends to focus on some people are for example, more attractive than other people or some people are just more like than other people are some people more trustworthy than other. That's what's called a target effect. Right. And the suction is, if we are given ten people were asked evaluate those ten people, the three of us are going to generally agree. That's the suction, and there is some consistency in our evaluations some, but it doesn't explain all of it, actually, and actually, if you can break down, how much is due to the target versus there's another source of what influences whether we like someone or not. And that's what's called a perceiver effect. So some people might think that everybody's attractive, or everybody's trustworthy. Right. So that would be a perceiver effect. And then there's what's called the interaction between the, the person that you're viewing the target and yourself, we can call this, like chemistry. I might. At like person, a more than person b and Ashley, you might like person be more than personal personnel. And what we know from some of the work is that in terms of first impressions of like who do you like what we're seeing is that twenty percent of the judgment is based on. We tend to agree that some people are more likeable than other people. Forty percent is a person effect. Some people are just like everybody and some people don't and then forty percent is sort of idiosyncratic. We have preferences, and our preferences aren't all the same and that accounts for forty percent of the variability. We'll say that one more time just so it sinks him in terms of first impressions about twenty percent of the time, we tend to agree that some people are just more likable than other people. Forty percents is a person effect as in some people just like everybody and others don't and the final forty percent is personal preference. That's a lot of percents. And to me. That is really interesting and also important, because I feel like we tend to simplify things again. Right. And I think we tend to think that just some people are more attractive. Some people more likable. Some people have it, and some people don't and that there's a little bit of truth to that. There are people who are more attractive in some people, we tend to agree somewhat but there's a lot of idiosyncrasy a lot of preferences. And we see preferences in almost every aspect of our lives. We don't all want to live in the same cities. We don't all want to live in the same communities. We don't all want to live in the same type of house. We don't all want to wear the same types of clothes. We don't all the same type of restaurant even if we go to the same restaurant, we don't all eat the same type of food. There are preferences. And so why wouldn't we have these preferences, when it comes to who we find attractive in who we want to hang out with, and who do we to be friends with? But it's a little bit complicated. It's harder to get a grasp of these interactions. And so. So we tend to focus on target effects, and I think there's some importance to target effects, but I think it doesn't present the whole picture and to me, find it really interesting that there is so much idiosyncrasy so much that when we're meeting someone, and we're making a decision, for example, do I want to be friends with this person? A person's saying, does everybody necessarily want to be friends with. I'm saying do I want to be friends with this person? Am I attracted to this person and there's a lot of personal preference in that? So that's one part of the first impressions work, one finding there that I'm really interested in. So would you say then that probably everybody is attractive and likable to somebody? I have not yet looked at that would I might expect is that yes, there's going to be, maybe I am hesitant say everybody. But the majority of people are going to be attracted to the majority of other people, I might also expect that so. Some people will draw more people to. And so I, I do think that there is some complexity to these analyses that we haven't done yet. Here's one takeaway from this research. Maybe don't worry so much about whether you're broadly likable, to other people all the time, and instead, just do your best to make a good first impression on the next person you meet. There's probably not a person out there who everyone likes, although to be fair. Patrick Stewart comes pretty darn close. Anyway, that was Vivian Sayas. The director of the personality attachment and control laboratory at Cornell University. You can hear her and lots of other interesting people on Cornell university's podcast series called, what makes us human it just backed up its fourth season, and their episodes are really interesting not to mention even shorter than ours. 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Sure you can help your career by asking your experienced co workers for advice on the job. But you may wanna think twice before you ask multiple colleagues about something in the same way. You'd read a bunch of yelp reviews before you buy something online. Here's why when you ask someone for advice, you're creating a vulnerable interpersonal interaction and you're asking that person to spend time offering their thoughts in return your advisor might expect a level of control over the outcome. In other words, they might want to tell you what to do, even when you were just hoping to tap into the wisdom of the crowd by talking to a lot of people without ceding control to anyone when the advice giver, and receiver have mismatched expectations like this relationships can sour. So asking for advice is actually a risky endeavor getting multiple perspectives. Is even more risky, for example, for one study, researchers surveyed two hundred people who are asked. 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'Star Trek: Picard' drops first teaser trailer with Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard
"Star Trek is back with a new series CBS all access released a trailer yesterday for Star Trek Picard, which brings back Patrick Stewart to the role of starship captain, Jean Luc, Picard, the new show is going to pick up fifteen years after the movie Star Trek nemesis, which was Stewart's last appearance, as captain Picard still don't know the premier date for that new
Moms of 11 children found at "filthy" compound arrested
"Center, with more that would be, the two thousand seventeen Arizona. Opioid emergency response report now it does show the number of opioid related deaths increased in two thousand seventeen Dr care Chris with the State Department of health services says that was. Not unexpected given national trends now on the other hand the number of naloxone prescriptions which, is an overdose anti overdose truck has increased between July in. September of two thousand seventeen fewer than nine hundred per month in may this year we had almost thirty five hundred dispensed Chris says fewer. People also appear on the four and four report which helps doctor's track who may be doctor shopping for opioid, sleep scene is sixty two. Percent decline in, the number Patients and in fact it's done so well that. I hear the board of pharmacy is. Going to switch to a three by three report live in the news center Kathy Klein KTAR news over the. Weekend sheriff's deputies in northern New Mexico and the desert. There found a buried trailer that served as a home for. More than a dozen people including eleven children investigators had known for some time about the little compound near the New Mexico Colorado. Line, they were aware that children and women were living there and then we got some credible. Information that the welfare of the children had been compromised so at that point we decided. To, take action immediately couch, county New Mexico sheriff's sergeant Jason rail says eleven filthy starving. Children were discovered the two aren't men running the place where taken into custody as were the. Three women all of, them facing felony child abuse charges Jim. Ryan ABC news KTAR is on immigration a federal judge ruling the, Trump administration must fully restored the DACA program that protects young immigrants. From deportation it must also begin accepting new applications However. The ruling has no immediate affect the district court judges saying I'm gonna give you twenty days to appeal. My decision to the court of appeals That's Phoenix immigration attorney Ray Ibarra Maldonado there. Were twenty eight thousand DACA recipients in Arizona with the Trump administration announced it was ending the program attorney general Jeff Sessions disagrees with. The judge's decision he issued a statement today that the Obama administration violated its. Duty, to enforce our immigration laws by implementing a Don. Enforcement immigration, policy he said that the Trump administration's actions. Reestablished illegal policies consistent with the law Good news for Star. Trek fans Patrick Stewart has announced over the weekend that he'll be reprising his role as John Luc Picard. And the new Star Trek series for CBS all access though not much been revealed about the new.
Demi Lovato makes first public statement since apparent overdose: 'I will keep fighting'
"Seat at the table Colin Back on. Moron. Entertainment how's? Demi Lovato apparently she's doing pretty. Well she put out her first public statement since she Dave Dave sneeze God bless you Dave thank you dean Is, actually a cough and my mic. Was off yeah thanks for calling attention to it you don't get these kind of entertainment updates. On e. dean is going to. Resend, his God bless you now finding out. Cop, no, I still. Want God to, bless. Dave Dave David Feel better use it believe me would you feel. Better if I blew off your. Health, problem of coughing and sneezing during the. The. Last Really Rectitude house Daniela, lotta Better than Dave Okay she put out her first public statement since being treated for an apparent drug overdose a couple of weeks ago among other things in put it. On the insta- she put it on the insta- because that's what you do now She. Said it was statement I have always been transparent about my journey with addiction, what I've learned is that, the illness is not something that disappears or fades with time is something. I must continue to overcome and have not done yet so that's part of her statement of is she going into rehab said she they have not said officially but she has to. Everyone said that that will, be the next step and you would gather this saying that she realizes that she. Must continue to overcome this and has. Not yet that she, realizes that she still needs some, help alcoholic or drug addict you're an addict. For life and that's nothing to be, ashamed of your recovering for the rest. Of your life and it's one day at a time it's not a cliche it's fact dean because you know. We know she's done rehab in the past you know if she was doing continuing she was doing continuing and then stopped I want to say it was last. April where she had stopped rehab and said that she was doing Much better so she stopped but obviously that was premature And the. People about her people yes I mean she she was drinking. Heavily and taking, cocaine as you seventeen, and you know after the Barney, thing maybe eight to say she was she was on Barney. For Yeah, Yikes song was this been a lifelong struggle, for her right she's pretty impressive though because she has shared. And I think, she helps a lot, of people by being honest that. Way she doesn't pretend like Listen here's the rest of, the story you got to love yourself enough to want to live and hopefully she's at that point I think. It's great that she's talking about. It means obviously she's, thinking about exactly and as a. Processing it and sometimes. You need to process. At, it out loud in order to make it part of. Your regular lifestyle I feel you, take the good, you, take the bad you? Take them both from there you have? The, facts don't. Make me sad now the MRs Garrett story? I? Was just talking about her we're having dinner. The other night and somebody said anyway is this, MRs Garrett is, that youngster MRs Garrett still alive And then the new, Betty said rub my feet again yesterday the other news came yesterday that actress Charlotte Rae who was known as. MRs Garrett I done different strokes. And then on facts, of life died yesterday apparently as. She revealed in April. Of last year that. She, was diagnosed with bone cancer so apparently that was the. Cause of death she was born. In Milwaukee which I, never knew broke into show business doing theater and radio commercials If you're a fan of the old black and white TV show car fifty four. Where are you she played a fantastic character Dame Silvia schnauzer the wife of Lewis's character. Officer Leo schnauzer sheriff I was so great on that show, but Norman Lear was a. Longtime fan of hers put her on different strokes, and that led to facts of life which ran from nineteen seventy nine to eighty six and. She was ninety two years, old in bald guy news which Dina's obligated to report by federal law on. Story per day Patrick Stewart's back, Patrick Stewart is. Bringing back. His character captain Jean-Luc Picard from Star, Trek, the next generation is going to be. On CBS all access which is their online platform it's going to. Be, a new Star Trek series and they're not giving a lot of details only to. Say that it won't be a prequel it. Won't be a reboot but, it'll be the next chapter of cards life after Star Trek next generation Sort of a, continuation no date has been set for release and finally Lance Bass thought he had won Honey. Of a deal so so, much so did I because I was representing him in in the real estate And you know we we thought, we had this done a couple of weeks ago, member we told you that the. Brady bunch house was for, sale the. The house that you saw the exterior shots of the Brady, bunch TV. Show, was for sale and there were, lots of bidders on, the house and. One of them was former he. Called me former, Insinger Lance Bass we put a bid. On the show above the above list asking price he he. Bid above the asking price which is one. Point eight million dollars but and then it was done so on Friday he tweets. Out super excited to announce they accepted my offer on the Brady bunch house last night this is going to. Be a fun project then yesterday he puts out a very lengthy. Tweet in which he says something happened. Somebody came, in and put a new offer in after the deadline, after the deal. Was allegedly a done deal somebody came in with even more money and The buyer's agent said that. Don't even try to outbid this person or this company they said that they will pay any price to get. This house okay so my client my commission This gone, will you be suing say well I haven't spoken with my client. Yet because he's just heartbroken about this right now he's still in Tabasco man the bass Mansfield agile and emotional state but he but he says that he's that he's crushed. About this what his plan was was to. Buy the house and restore the inside of the house to look exactly like the Brady. Bunch house that we used to see on TV I wish I. Had. That kind of, time so You know unfortunately that's not gonna. Happen Sandberg last. Week I'm, out, a crapload of money Hey dean we have a text. From the seven zero eight is looking for view I'm. Very Cavalieri hearing that Jay Cutler is very. Funny I'm going. To step in for you here I don't watch, the last night's episode was. Stellar Jay described his, section, me, to friends whose one friend thought they had to pull stuff out of. The little hole miss that I know Jay also Kristen. Was doing the Oscars hold on a second The stuff out of the little hole the. Second literally is what the idiot jas friends thought and j. j. couldn't you so Jay also stepped in for Kristen while she. Was out of town, and he went and checked. On the business and He didn't, fire anyone yet but he's he's really AMI yeah He's he's got to. Watch an EMMY, last night's episode is. The one to. Watch I'm telling you I am on today I? Tape them I'm sure why wouldn't, you watch him for airs, I stopped listening after she, said pull, it out of. The I think. We were all. Frightened all right buddy thank you we'll come back. With the headlines in a moment, standby.
Hurricane Hector closing in on Hawaii and volcano
"Oh everything looks good part of wisdom is to be ready for what we don't know the big. Island of Hawaii which has been dealing with evacuations because of the. Kilowatt volcano may, soon have to deal with hurricane Hector meteorologist Allison Chinchar is watching the movement of the now category three storm as of now the closest track takes on the. Extreme southern end of the big island kill away at the volcano we've been talking about is on the north and eastern side this for a, lot of those evacuations had taken place from a lot of the fissures that hit Iraq did with the volcano release in Portland Oregon say they arrested four. People during protests by right wing activists and counter protests. By self-described anti-fascists yesterday officials say they seized multiple, weapons, throughout the day the protests were not nearly as violent as some feared they would be. President Trump campaigned yesterday near Columbus Ohio as, part of, his attempt to keep Democrats from taking back the house always have somebody I don't like Trump I. Don't like our president He destroyed my career I, only, destroyed a career say said, bad things about me and you fight back and they go down the tubes Trump insisted that more Americans are. Employed than ever before Patrick Stewart is returning to his role is Jean Luc Picard the captain, of the starship enterprise the, television series Star Trek the next generation in which he. Starred ran from, eighty-seven the ninety four the new series will air on, the CBS. Streaming service all. Access.
Terrell. Owens, Patrick Stewart and Chattanooga discussed on
"Terrell. Owens been thirty nine minutes explaining why he was in Chattanooga in not in. Canton with a seven other, new members of the, pro football hall of, fame Saturday night Owens at a message for the sports writers responsible for deciding who gets inducted, these, writers, disregarded the system the criteria and bylaws which guys are inducted and also the true meaning, of, the hall. Of fame and. What, it, represents I wanted to take a. Stand so the next guy coming after me when I have to go through what I and others have gone through Patrick Stewart is boldly going where he's been before Star Trek CBS all access the now Stewart has been tapped a headline news Star Trek series reprising. His Star Trek new generation, character captain John Luc, Picard but so far, there is no title for the show or an air date I'm Barbara Kusak.
Celebrities Pen Letter Calling for Release of Ukrainian Director
"Enderle september grenell scott fox news he advice given to residents of a high rise in great britain had caught fire last year killing dozens facing criticism in a new report to fire at grenfell tower in london killed seventy two people now as britain examines what went wrong an expert report says the fire services policy to urge residents to stay put had effectively failed badly half an hour after the fire began and yet residents weren't told to evacuate for another hour the reports also says plastic cladding fixed to the outside of the high rise was incorrectly installed and didn't comply with fire accusations in london simon owen fox news would stephen sondheim and patrick stewart just a few of the celebrities calling for the release of ukrainian dissident and filmmaker oleg sense off sense alva critic of the russian annexation of crimea serving a twenty year sentence on terrorism charges in a letter written today the celebrities are calling on russian president vladimir putin to free sense off writing that the upcoming rolled cup games in russia would heighten security of the countries the of the country's human rights abuses lisa lacerra fox news.