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Monitor Show 15:00 09-11-2023 15:00
"The two sides are very far apart but the UAW is saying hey 24 -7 guys we are willing to negotiate day or night. It's just a question of whether those negotiations can actually result in a new contract agreement in time. That's right and still questions about whether we see some mediation here or maybe it takes a short -term walkout for that to happen but we'll let you know of course as you would expect right here on Sound On with Kaylee Lyons. I'm Joe Matthew we'll meet you back here tomorrow. Bloomberg Business Week starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Business Week. Insight from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine plus global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg Business Week with Caro Masser and Tim Stenebeck on Bloomberg Radio. Hi good afternoon everyone we're live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio. We're streaming on YouTube and Bloomberg Originals. It is Monday September 11th, 2023. I'm Tim Stenebeck along with my co -host Bloomberg News Deputy Team Leader for U .S. Equities Jess Menton. Jess how are you? Doing great always a pleasure to be with you while Carole is on vacation. Yes Carole Basser continues to be on vacation. Jess filling in once again today and later this week as well and we are very pleased to have her. Well it is a somber day as 9 -11 always is. We're going to pay tribute and memorialize the day as we do each and every year. This year on this day we're going to be joined a little bit later by Chief Joseph Pfeiffer. He was the first FDNY chief to respond to the 9 -11 attacks. He's also the author of the book Ordinary Heroes a Memoir of 9 -11. We are also expected to hear a little bit later in the program from President Biden. We'll bring you his remarks from Alaska just a little bit later but the equity market Jess you've been all over this today. Definitely looking at what's happening particular in technology.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Accusing Russia of committing war crimes in Ukraine in a speech at the Munich security conference on Saturday, Harris said the U.S. has examined the evidence and put the Kremlin on notice. To all those who have perpetrated these crimes and to their superiors, who are complicit in these crimes, you will be held to account. She noted the world had witnessed Russian forces engaged in, quote, horrendous atrocities, including acts of murder, torture, and rape. Classes are set to resume Monday at Michigan state university a week after a gunman killed three students and wounded 5 others, but many students and community members are contesting that decision saying it's too soon and thousands are petitioning for online or hybrid classes. It comes as funerals were held this weekend for two of the three victims killed in the mass shooting, a service for the third student will take place in the coming days. 98 year old former president Jimmy Carter is beginning hospice care at his home in Georgia after a recent series of short hospital stays. The Carter center says he will no longer seek additional medical intervention with his family and medical team fully supportive of that decision. And the prosecution has rested its case in the Alex Murdoch double murder trial, the former lawyer is accused of killing his wife and son in June of 2021 on their South Carolina estate. In Friday's testimony, the prosecution revealed evidence showing that before the killings, the two victims had confronted Murdoch about a stash of pills they discovered in his computer bag. Defense lawyers called their first witness Friday and will continue to call witnesses next week. And that's the very latest. I'm Jim Forbes. The U.S. has denouncing the latest North Korean missile test, Julie Ryan, has more. A National Security Council spokesperson called today's firing of a long-range missile into the sea of Japan, a flagrant violation of UN Security Council resolutions. The North Korean launch comes a day after the country threatened to respond to joint military exercises involving the U.S. and South Korea. Japanese officials say the missile splashed down well off its coast, causing no damage. I'm Julie Ryan. SpaceX is celebrating a successful double launch of falcon 9 rocket launched a satellite into space Saturday night from cape canaveral, Florida, it carried a satellite for a British communications company. Earlier on Friday, SpaceX launched another payload, that launch carried more than 50 Starlink satellites into orbit from vandenberg Space Force base in California, the two launches came just 9 hours apart. A decorated retired FDNY assistant chief is named second in command by embattled FDNY commissioner, Laura Kevin, David folk Thomas, has the latest. Joseph Pfeiffer was named first deputy commissioner on Saturday. The 67 year old Pfeiffer had served in the FDNY for 37 years. Before retiring in 2018, he was the first battalion chief to arrive at the World Trade Center on 9 11 following the terror attacks. The 40 year old Kavanaugh has been facing a mutiny by her top chiefs, and the move to hire Pfeiffer is seen as an attempt to bridge that divide. And the mega millions jackpot is getting bigger. Lottery officials say no one picked all 6 numbers in Saturday night's drawing. That means Tuesday's jackpot in the multi state lottery game will be worth $104 million. Friday's numbers were two 33 38 57 70 and the mega number was 13, and that's the latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update in the NHL all three local teams played on Saturday. First up, the rangers why not they had won 7 straight. That's the biggest streak in the league. They do lose in Calgary, however, three to two, but it was in overtime so they pick up a point does New York. Devil's a nice 5 two win at Pittsburgh, Jack Hughes is 34th assist, Nico hishi, a pair of goals in the islanders, their back to back bid came up short in Boston. They were blasted by a 6 two final score, Boston improved a 23 and two at home 5 different bruins scored. College basketball in the big east, St. John's loses against number 18 creighton, 77, 67, 20th ranked Yukon. They thought seton hall 64 55, and Rutgers and ice winning the Big Ten on the road in Madison over the Wisconsin badgers by a 58 57 final. In the NBA, the all star weekend continued from Salt Lake City, three events for you, the skills contest goes to team Utah, which was full of jazz players, Jordan Clarkson, Colin saxton, and walker Kessler, the three point shootout is Damian Lillard's from Portland. He played his college ball at nearby Weber state. He knocked out Indiana's buddy healed on the Moneyball. That's the red white and blue one. And your slam dunk champion is the newly acquired by the sixers Mac mcclung. He secured his title with a reverse dunk over two people. Prior to the event, league commissioner Adam silver addressed the media emphasized two main points. First of all, he feels that load management is not a problem. That's where the stars rest and don't play every day, and he says that a collective bargaining agreement is in the works. That's priority number one. Golf, although it is not a major, it's the genesis invitational from Pacific palisades in Southern California, and its Tiger Woods not only did he make the cut, but he carted a four under par 67 on Saturday. That's his best round in 6 years. He's tied for 26th, heading into Sunday 23 of the top 25 players in the world are there. With your Bloomberg sports update. I'm rob buska. This
Do You Stand With FOX News or Donald Trump?
"You done with Fox News? Are you surprised that people like Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham would say one thing on the air and then another when the cameras were turned off? As a matter of fact, Tucker Carlson, who many of you love in these documents called president Trump a demonic force and a destroyer. So my question is, who do you stand with? Do you stand with Fox News channel or do you stand with Donald Trump? Who do you stand with? This is from mediaite on the night of January 6th, Fox News host Tucker Carlson referred to president Trump as a quote demonic force. That was in a text message to his producer after the president's supporters stormed the capitol. One of many revelations in the lawsuit filed by dominion voting systems. By the way, they're suing Fox News for $1.6 billion in damages and folks, I'm telling you based upon what I'm reading here, they may have a pretty good argument, because they're accusing Fox of defamation, and now they have all this evidence, and the evidence clearly shows that Fox really did not believe there was voter fraud, but they were not saying that on air. They were saying something very different. At issue or claims that Fox News host and guest made after the 2020 presidential election. I want to read this to you. This is from page 19 of the filing, and I've got the full document here. Fox host Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity immediately understood the threat to them personally. Carlson wrote his producer, Alex Pfeiffer on November 5th, quote we worked really hard to build what we have, those efforts are destroying our credibility. It enrages me.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Daily Pop
"To find somebody to get his ass to come down and talk to me. I would be looting doing everything i will say. Cat woman has had some great amazing people earth and kit halle berry and hathaway no matter how much you hate her you have to say she did such a great job. So zoe kravitz at lying on tv. We're lying to the people. But i wanna hear about it unless italian michelle pfeiffer. We're not even halfway woman who which she saw. Okay all right okay. They mortage ask speaking to somebody who's delays as beyond say could been woman after she kills four looks this weekend. Which one was your favorite. This was a photo dump. You could tell. I love the stylus at high needs to do this. I love the blue. It was something about that leg in the face. It seemed like it was just perfect. Perfect and then the green of course is a great color on her with it was just. It was awesome. I like the third one. The other you'd like to sandra dee look cell. Can we confirm. We can confirm that. I like the blue to lonnie and normally i'm always like she needs to take one thing off. I thought the whole ensemble was so perfect. And you could tell. She was filling herself with filling her to. These are all really well executed. I wonder who did these. Maybe marnie maybe morning timothy. Shallow may and then day had twitter above the after they served these long my god for their movie dunes heading. I am done with her okay. I don't. it's young hollywood. They are setting it straight to me. I mean i just love them. I love your messy. His face his timothy the shown. I've said it for a long time. And he's a cool guy he like i. I'm all about him and this is probably. I mean we've had red carpet. Look this is just like on casual. Press say this is top. Ten looks for her. But let me tell you something. The only reason. I'm not loving. This whole moment is separately. I'm feeling it. Both of them have slammed jarring next to one another next to each other. And would most hollywood celebs do is when you're a man and a woman and you're starring in a movie together. Your stylist talks about what. You're gonna wear the pallet the patterns all of it so that you he's also you know subconsciously promoting willy wonka bet so he's kind of probably leaning into that like but that that's out here no there walk. A moment is not here we're doing. We're doing sands we're doing desert. Yeah she came like a desert goddess on three hundred. Got.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"He really an i let loose and started to scream and yell and cry and attack him. And i remember his putting his arm up to his head or to his face. And you have the wine bottle or something right. i mean it was just. I went crazy screaming. The director very smartly. Let the camera run. He didn't say cut and is still one of people's favourite scenes in that movie because it is so authentic totally and then. When i came back to the hotel we were in france. My husband said how to go. And i said oh man i have tell you what happened and i told him and of course he knew that marlin was my love for ever. Never and i said i'll tell you what would you the food the dailies come in. The dailies means that you see the work that we shot. I'm telling us telling the audience. The dailies means that you will come into a screening room. Nc the that have been shot several days before. So i said to my husband when the daily of the income in would you go and look at it. I'm so concerned about it. And he said sure you sure i said yeah because i told him what happened and the dailies came in he went to see it and he came back to the hotel. This was days later. And i said so. And he said boy you two or such good actors. Well wow what a guy. Yeah why husband. He was both so good. He was less on your side with carnal knowledge though paul he didn't want me to do it right. It's just thought it was a dirty movie and Carnal knowledge was very experimental movie written by jules pfeiffer and in fact it was brilliant movie about how men objectified women and Early mike nichols. Mike nichols all god. It but an amazing film. I've done not many. But i've done some very interesting fails. And that's that's how far one scene you come in and basically steal the movie bloody film should have got nominated all over the place and because of the times we lived in there are people who never even got seed in georgia because georgia supreme court abandoned. And that movie should've gotten at least three nominations. You five one of them. I like oh i can't. I don't think i would stood a chance. I can't believe. And i see it now. And i think yeah. I think that was worth a nomination. Performance got it for two minutes or whatever in network. I mean this is anyway. Let's done is done. Yes and so. Just i wonder as we enter the home stretch if i can just mention a few of the other projects that people associate very closely with you that contributed towards the guide. And all of that. And just just a senator to what first comes to mind when you think about these projects. Let's start with the electric company. Which of course for most people when they think about it. They hear you screaming. You're the electric company I was briefly. I was told by friends who are actors. Don't do a children's show you.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show
"You so much fun. Thank you all right lazing gentlemen. Dd pfeiffer what i tell you. Amazing story wasn't it so inspirational so happy. She shared all that with me. And you and if you don't already watch big sky definitely catch up on season one you can watch it on hulu. That's where i watched it season. Two is common. Dd fibers coming. Back as denise. It's gonna be awesome. David kelly shows are always entertaining so definitely check out deedee pfeiffer on big sky well here. We are at the end of another episode. You know that means that means since i've run other dag when the family of hashtag games at hashtag roundup. That's right. get your twitter on at hashtag. Roundup shouldn't twitter refund. Yes it should. And that's why hashtag roundup exists. Play hashtag games all day. Every day grabbed the free hashtag. Roundup app on apple or google get notified every time a hashtag game goes live. Also follow hashtag up on twitter at hashtag around up. Never miss a game play along a one day. One of your tweets may show up on a future episode of the guy from detroit. The jeff dwoskin show. Dvd pfeiffer inspired this next hashtag. Her bird actually inspired pani. We oban he does get that cameo in big sky but in the meantime we're gonna read some amazing hashtags from the hashtag game. Hashtag put a bird and a movie or show brought to us by dangerous tags. A weekly game on hashtag round up put a burden movie or show the ultimate mash up game take bird any kind of bird and mash it into a movie tytler show title and what happens how larry ensues. Here's some great examples and after the show get on twitter and tweet your own hashtag. Put a bird in a movie or show. As always all the tweets. I read will be retweeted at jeff. Watkins show on twitter though being the show. Show him some love one day. You'll be on that list and you want someone to show you. The love is well. All right get ready for her. Some amazing hashtag put a bird in a movie or show tweets and here we go parakeet and peel house of cardinals. The chevy chase classic foul play quayle's from the crypt the big bird theory. Pirates of the caribbean. These are all amazing. Hashtag put a bird in a movie or show tweets. And i think any of these could be a starring vehicle for pani but wait. There's more to thanks for everything. Julie newmar fake leverage. Jake punky rooster. The carol burnett show twelve angry hands. Parrot mason kiwis big adventure twin beaks. When harry peck sally is just not into e mu. A few good ran sparrow costs. Un-american an american parents happy jays and to wrap it up our final hashtag put a bird and a movie. Our show little grouse on the prairie. Oh a right. I think panties manager is probably all over these. Any one of you wanna write suspect script and send it over to decipher to see if pani wants to star in it. I definitely encourage you to do that but with that we are at the end of another episode. Can you believe it. i can't believe it. Seventy one episodes of come and gone. How is that even possible so great to have you back each and every week i do wanna thank once again my amazing guest. Dd pfeiffer and of course want to thank all of you for coming back week after week. I can't thank you enough. It means the world.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show
"Know how to do this. How many of the people out there struggling. Because it's the embarrassment. And the shane that you carry with you that i didn't feel like i was tough enough a strong enough to stop to control it. Something is wrong with me right. I can't control this. So why bother some a loser. It's all of this internal conversations. You have keep you from picking up the phone and when i had such an amazing family say we see you. Here you're struggling student. Invention i said don't bother is tell me where to go. Take care of my boys go. It's touching how close your family is in how much they took care of you and in came to a lot of families never say anything a lot of friends. Never because it's hard. And i have such epithets storms on an i really really. It is very very is not an a linear problem. Where only they added suffering the ripple effects absolutely affects everybody. So what happens is when you're in recovering your an addict in recovery. You go from the the identify problem in the family to the identified ability in the family. Let me tell you. It's pretty exciting. Every wake up to be the identified possibility. My family looks at me. Identified problem identified possibility. And hopefully i inspire them to look at their lives. to go. ship did do that n. b. loud and proud about it and chill no shame about it although i still have some changes because agnes what happens. We always have shamed into work on right right. What can they do with their lives. What are the possibilities conquering. and hopefully. that's what we can do. Because i ran out. Being identified problem is miserable is hard. You slowly dying. Let's just go. that's what it is and everyone's watching you slowly guy and nats really painful painful. But there are wasted turnaround. We've got tons of great things ahead of us. Many amazing things on the horizon deedee pfeiffer is to go from this to pivoting to so you dated george clooney. Yeah i mean george back in the day when we were young and yeah young and looking back i know so ugly unattractive fat look back go oh man what a big waste. I actually was kinda cute. That was fun georgia. And i i was doing Movies and tv and he hated except the time has understand. Doing movies was considered. Like you're an actor could movies and you abi actor if you did. Tv back then. He was just doing pilots stuff. Making shit load of money. And i was doing films broke. His broke broke so there was this jealousy. I was jealous of him because he had money so he took me to dinner before dinner and then he was jealous of me. I was doing films right again. But i can't pay my rent so we had that we walk the pavement. That and i think it's funny as hell because i got married divorced three times and he kept saying gee. Waikiki married news. Mary now bro. Who's got kids now. Buddy yeah you would have been dating him in the full clooney head of hair face. Why have posters of human ian read. Serve he oh he was gorgeous. George how georgia's will always be gorgeous. That one red surf. So i wasn't able to watch read sir. It was able. Because i couldn't find a place where it was training but i did watch preview as it was. Staying alive is only half the battle. It was funny. It's 'cause there's like. There's definitely a early george clooney acting style than later. But you're in it but it was doug savant or melrose place and gene simmons over being in projects with a very eclectic group of people that it's like if there's an eclectic cast. I'm somehow sometimes always in there. You did guest on e. r. during the clooney phase. Right you're during the clooney years right not on it. Then did you just miss george. Clooney gate enjoyed. I didn't miss nothing. I mean ninety are any are that was like becoming super famous. George clooney room. He came over and he showed him the pilot. Gee this is gonna put my idea echo. Let's go gets Such an alcoholic. He's like check this out. I'm like dude. This bloody he was so excited about. And i was like i just weren't. Yeah i was like whatever. The air ocean did launch often running out. He knew the mini. He saw the pilot. This was gonna be a. He was excited. Yeah that's awesome so so you you can always hold over michelle said that you worked with george clooney before she did right. Yeah he had this old car. That had these olszyna side and when he left show was like. Who's this guy is. George your friend. Jill introduced me to him. Hayes gorgeous xiujei. What's up with the bullet holes inside the car. She had bulletholes so she wasn't fond of beginning. So that's one of our running jokes is that he had bullet holes. There were rivets. You know the side paneling had fallen off so it looked like bullet holes in his he had broken down big cars and then of course my little sister who's really shy. Laurie shit was chilly to him. Right is she thought it was just gorgeous. She got really shy. So he's like well. Okay great ulysses things that i have bullet holes in my car and your your sister hates me and like george shut up. No they know and you know so for years. He gave them shit for like hating him for one thinking he was like against and the other one's just thinking he was. I don't know why he thought were him or he goes to the state if you hate him. He's that's funny. That is really funny. When i started dating my wife she was missing. Part of the who by the way social worker. She has a social workers degree social worker degree. Also you guys have that in common. Maybe on a facebook group together but she urquhart was missing the floor. But i wasn't dating a car. That was anything better. At the time. I was dating an eighty seven. Like chrysler the baron. It was like one of these white cards. That look like your grandpa just pulled up from florida anti. I always knew my wife loves as i fell in love with me with this car. That's i you know it's real love right there in the movies you got you worked with michelle in three movies was it. Did you like with david. Kelly with big sky not really even connect on screen somebody versus them in zoom meeting and their little head the window with serious when you're doing a series you work with a lot of different people. David is like the creator writer. And all that kind of up over there doing that and then you have cruisers. Were hands on june the show. I'm i'm work with other producers. David when you're on screen you work with the other actor and so it was great working with my sister because she's my sister. I think the only thing that i think we both nuts state struggle with Word with that. We thought i think ajit was that we worked differently to me. Anyways i noticed immediately we work different. I come from you know improv. in very loosey-goosey. And i i use a lot of different way of bringing so i've studied kind of a mishmash to patchwork. I'd say shallows like this silk gorgeous blanket just solid. Just an antique gorgeous silk. She's very meticulous with her acting and the technique shoes. And then you got me on this wild card so it doesn't really matter if they're two sisters with different styles. This happen often on a set when you just have accuracy work differently. Right right work different. That doesn't make one better than the other two different so there was that challenge to try to come to some kind of a balance where she likes rehearsals and she wants to know what's happening in that whole thing at least back in the day right way more whereas i was more like oh throw mates stormy something wild raw real and nana lacquers a comfortable with that. I'm not an actor. But i'll take your word for it for me was more like oh. I had no idea that we really work differently. Zoos the discovery more than anything make sense use. Have these visions any actor probably division head how to get there and you get there you get there catherine. Who's on sky..
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show
"Right so you gotta make a decision so really identify. The decision was not reading because they were all opinions. Like my father used to say dick pfeiffer opinions or like pay halls. Everyone's go on. My dad used to say. Just do a long spell your name right. So that's yeah. I don't read them. I don't even know. Big sky is getting good or bad reviews. I hear little things the cast because they read the reviews and people love hate denise. I know the people. Follow me like denise but they follow me otherwise. I highly doubt the they hated denise not to love about denise i i was i was just curious if you guys have the economy at fine jabbing. I know it's fun at each other all the time. I don't get me wrong. We are very like funny. Family were pranksters. We have running jokes. But it's not about like the industry or what we do because as famine Textured and especially may have a lot of secrecy just Way too much material away from our careers to play with than the career stuff. The fact that i'm always talking. And i'm hyper and i trust everybody too much. I'm always getting screwed in my family. Like damn d- that was my growing up. God dammit didi were. You always called d. Dorothy diane your name in one of those people. They just d. regardless well okay. Let's get clear on that jack. When i was a kid. Kids your crew period. Kids your cruel. They were different when i was growing up. Actually probably more so because there was no like teachers going in and saying this is not very. Pc this is bullying. I mean there was no social consciousness when it comes to bowling on children so there was this movie that would come out once a year that everybody watched called the wizard of us. At this time i grew up. Everyone had like rebecca names like lisa. Jill michelle laurie. My sister's name then. I got my grandma's name. Dorothy right which is actually dorothy. But no-one pronounces right so. Of course i got the old name and then there was a come out. And what do you think kids would do. Tease shit adamy. And i was a heavy child. I was painfully shy. Selassie was attention. And that kind of attention so i hated mining so but my mom did give me a nickname. Thank god of didi. But every year enroll call they. Would i say dorothy. Diane pfeifer and look around and not as my hand turned purple and want to earth open swallowing at that. Everyone knew my real name. Even though my friends call me deedee and my family. Nobody the yeah. It was just not a pretty name but let me tell you. I grew into my name when i went to college. I started using my real name. Because then i could differentiate between people who knew me my personal life di di in my school name. Dorothy dorothy new school last ten years. When i took off to get my degree and to the point where i realize my two boys did not even know my feelings. Dorothy until one of the study groups came over. Say some water. Boys goes with dorothy me. Your name on my. Oh yeah dorothy like what because it was my stopped using as a kid. 'cause it was bad members around until i realized how awesome my grandmother really was and then i started embracing. My mom's name was everyone knew her. Wendy a real name was barbara. Her name was barbara wendy so saying they. Everyone always just called her by her middle name. My step mom was chickey. Her real name was cheryl at one point. Same thing. sheryl who's at yeah it's a real name. What will my kids didn't even know that there is show pfeiffer because i just like i said we're such a weird family we just live our lives. It's never like sit around. Say well below. We have michelle pfeiffer at the table on duty kelly. Ju- cole was my sister-in-law's has been we. Don't sit around and talk about that so my boys didn't know you know until one day when they got element elementary and flipped over their face on a people magazine yell magazine. I'm like never once looking at me. I'm like gel them as a kind of really successful like economic candy bar. Exactly it's amazing. How close family doesn't care about certain things my boys don't watch my work and they never have and they nor do they watch their answer or their uncles were. Because it's too weird. They said it's watching. Your mother is just too weird watching. Your aunt is just too weird. They're just not impressed. There were impressed if if we were to invent a video game would-be impressive. That would be cool. Yeah they weren't impressed when the showers catlin and adam impressment that that was before they were at this point. They've seen pictures and they know that she was cat moment in. They know that their friends didn't even know that. I was an actor and tell they were walking by room. They heard samosas or braxton's mom on tv on seinfeld and they said wait. I know that voice. And they said they're memorial braxton's mom on seinfeld marker so that that's funny episode aside you you've made some excellent cameos on shows that's the episode opposite episode george reich comes up to you and says i'm unemployed now live with my parents and mary. I'm victoria just to go backwards for a second. What got you into acting so your sister was acting right was just something like oh this seems like a good thing to do or i stumbled upon it. I had been working Ten thirteen years old twelve back then. There was no such thing as child. Labor did just work. If i wanted something in my family i had worked for. My dad was blue collar worker. My mom never drove nor works so had four kids and you know. He came from north dakota. You know that whole thing. So he's like you want to earn it. There's no free handouts so we all went to work relatively really early. I had done numerous shops a thomas. Eighteen in in point. Michelle was working on scarface. She done some stuff. And i just kinda got bored with each job and i realized you know i would be like. Is this what. I'm wondering regiment life so when eighteen combat i said to her. Hey who wants to sink laughing and she said okay great then you can get your ass into a good acting workshop period. Don't think of an agent don't think of headshots a lot of actors at that time. Were getting headshots in ages before they even took an acting class because it just seemed like a fun thing to do she was like hail. No you're going to go into an acting class in a good one. So she did. Fury was the class. I went into ferry. Expect i'm so. I worked at a female oil and mud wrestler place as an illegal underage cocktail waitress to support my acting classes where the teacher would beat up. I mean tell me was shit. I was awful. Why am i bothering. To act stutter. I couldn't remember my lines. And i was a hard head. Which was my nickname for my dad. Do you're such a hard head. i kept thinking. Why can't quit. Until i figure this out right so so bad at it. Well to this day. I scott to tell you. I still haven't figured out. It's still wonder why people the imposter syndrome time like they meant to call the other actor in the accident with me so i kind of stumbled upon it and just it's not. I don't think it's an uber master. And i think if you do think you mastered it then you're you're missing something important about the creative part of acting because life is always changing writers changing characters and people change so as an artist. You must kind of change as well so it's not something. I don't think you can never master really so fifty seven. I'm still trying to figure it out. You know although. I did disappear for ten years. Yes because i hit a moment where i started becoming was always very concerned about social welfare issues. Animal rights just everything. When it comes to life you know things that are unjust. And so i wanted to do something more than just volunteer at that point. I'm raising two kids on my own. Two boys in particular. I was crazy about the way the industry was.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show
"This. Show duty pfeiffer. Thank you for having me so great to have you. It's fun having somebody on the show. That has a tv show right now. I'm gonna have to rely on you to explain it. Because i'm afraid i've watched it as i mean i. It's a crazy show It's one of those shows you don't want to give it away. I was talking to somebody. And they're like we started to watch it but then we got distracted. And i called them. After i finished the first episode. I said when did you finish in. We were like ten minutes in and then we got distracted. You missed out three. What the Number on this show and do publicity and not dropped some kind of spoiler because we are notorious for doing things that you just don't do on on major networks right and so when you do publicity you're like Well and then you just watch because you don't want to spoil it. Right is a classic. David kelly show. You know it's great stuff and the characters are fun characters and your characters grade allocated it's a real fun show and so you can you can go in knowing it's safe entertainment or you'll be entertain. How do you explain it when people ask you mess. When i tried to like i've done how many interviews now and each time i tr- i stumble and fall trying to say well since two girls captives the pilot. You have to see the pilot because the first one we'll set up the tempo of the show. Which is we will fuck with any character. We're not afraid to kill anybody off and nobody is safe including me. Everything's just 'cause i'm david kelly sister-in-law that i'm safe. Hell no are you kidding. Me denise watch the show nobody stay right. So that's what makes it really exciting. And if you continue on watching the first season you'll see interesting characters. You'll see emotionally charged scenes. A diverse amount of different kinds of characters like literally jam packed all different kinds of characters and storylines that you just. When you think you know what's happening we will throw you a curveball and you will do like what you said. What the fuck and then you call runs ago. He's not there yet. Don't tell me though. It's a great series for all of those things and a sexy dangerously sexy scott like you know like. I said we're not gonna kill you. We invite you on to our show and we will get you or you're going to jail or something. It depends who you are what you did. It's fine now watching shows. That aren't afraid. I think maybe game three is the first one to do that where they just said. Oh you love this character or killing anybody on this guy. 'cause there's no guarantee you're gonna stick around with the beauty of it is you. Don't know how they're gonna exit the show and that's where cj box the original. you know. he's the one who wrote all the books. David wrote the stories about a lot of really good stephan. The actors on the show are just fantastic. I'm so flattered. An honor to be involved with all of these actors and we got young ones. We got all ones we got recycled ones. Like knee been around. And then i just fear for ten years my combat. Yeah we got a trans jesse james who is amazing which is really have a lot of texture on in the cast and story lines as well. We're afraid to kind of go there. And then of course. There's ronald made by brian. Who i adore. He's just like this character that you love to hate and you don't know if you want to kill him or hug him right and those are so fine. Let's see ronald the second season right. I don't i not a clue what's going on in the second season. I don't know yet. Yeah i imagine they have to keep it a secret from everybody. They'll probably always kind readjusting to or maybe just trying to figure it out. I'll we descript. And then i'll watch it on t. Can go what what what i didn't. They changed the from the first drop. So things change constantly. So it's exciting as an actor to be on the show because you really don't don't follow with anything we're kind of like the audience. Don't follow it too much because it could possibly change. likely it will without getting into spoilers. I would imagine the only people who really do not like this show would be truckers yet. I would say truckers people who sex traffic women a- probably not gonna like the show out imagining who's pathological homicidal serial killer probably will actually probably would love the show because ronald is really interesting character. Oddly sympathetic and then. Of course there's the client saucers which is the second kind of bottleneck there some jacked up dysfunctional fucked up family man. I mean your family's plugged up. Watch big sky. Wash the client sauce was in. Tell me if you can compete with that shit. You wanna be a great about your family tune in big sky everybody but come on the lossers for everyone listening hulu. You can catch up on hulu and then you. You've got picked up for a second season. So that's exciting. That's why i actually took off from. La i'm here in. We're now in new mexico first season. We're in canada to the cova. Now we're back in new mexico which was originally where we started so everyone who wants a what the makers big sky montana looks like while filming a vancouver tuning movie magic. You know we were in candidate. We made montana now. We're going to mexico making it look online. Tina the making me not look my age. How about that movie magic. So what's it like working with your brother. In law david e callaway everyone asset and my answers the same. We don't really work together. Because it was colbert in the first season where he was the show runner in the first half of the season and then ellwood came on now. He'll continuing being the show runner but i saw him like twice on zoom call with all the cast all the writers while the producer so he was just like a little head in a window and i just kind of was like china to be stupid. 'cause i don't know how to act you know because he's my brother-in-law and i wanna talk about fishing and i've never worked with them and we never talk shah. Jeff we never talk shop so to be zoom call working and he's my boss is just so odd for me that i just kinda quieted. Try not to be say something stupid. Just keep it up at the allied being visible in zoom call. He's eight untouchable. Assume you got some family dinners. You might do together on the holidays or something. Very tight family close. We see to them holidays birthdays. That's it really but we never talk shop. Rarely talk shop. The entire families like that. So dave is no exception. I'm talk show. I mean. I might talk to my sister. Shell about like oh my hair color is getting to read or you know i'm losing my hair. It's more of the conversation and you know what's going on baba gobble. She's eldest ingred cream out there. I mean stuff like that but that's girls stuff more than talking shop. We don't talk shop. We talk more about lifestyle stuff kids and grind old truck roll gracefully lately a huge topic for me and like my sister. Where is she now. She says she's in london up to mexico. I only found out she was going from my other. Sister shall claim. She told me no she did not. She's losing her mind. I told her that the bitch old. And she's like you're getting no like i know like any other working families getting old and just trying to make it all work but we don't talk shop now. You guys tease each other family. Thanksgiving dinner if you're like a bad review or because i don't even read the reviews i don't have my i. I'm sure david pobably does see. I don't know. I don't talk shop so i don't know how immersed they are in say reviews and stuff 'cause i know when i first started third thirty forty hours of my time ago thirty plus years. I started to read my reviews and peggy fury at the time said. Oh here's the deal with reviews if you believe the good ones you to believe that if you believe the bad ones you've got to believe the good ones and event of the day you're going to go crazy.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show
"But the podcast we all need with your host. Jeff dwoskin right david. Thank you so much for that amazing introduction. You get this show going each and every week and this week was no exception. Welcome to episode seventy one of live from detroit. That jeff waas. Ken show as always. I am your host jeff. Dwoskin ready to serve up podcast. Goodness for you that's right. We're on episode seventy one. Can you believe it if you're listening right now for the first time that means you have seventy episodes catch up on after this one. So let's get to it so you can explain your family where you'll be for the next week and a half listening to live from detroit. Jeff to oscar show this week. I welcome an amazing guests. Deedee pfeiffer is here with me that's right deedee pfeiffer. You'll loved her in the sitcom cybill for your love. She's currently starring and big sky. Abc and you can catch it on hulu an amazing show by her brother-in-law david kelly. We talk about working with david. Kelly we talk about working with her sister michelle pfeiffer we dive into some of her classic appearances on seinfeld and friends in the movie falling down with michael douglas and we spend a lot of time talking about the ten years. She took off of acting to become a social worker during which time she came face to face with her addictions and how she overcame those addictions. It's an amazing story. An amazing story. And i can't wait for you to hear it and it's coming up in just a few minutes and you're going to be inspired by the story. I promise you that is a great one. Speaking of a great one last week except as though with rich scheider was so great so many amazing stories through dr comedian. Who's been with some of the biggest names in comedy and get him to share. All those stories was unbelievable during the interview. We mentioned the comedy store documentary which embarrassingly. I said i didn't see 'cause. I didn't have showtime but now i have it and so i started watching it. So it's amazing to episodes in and i will report in the future my full review but so far it is amazing and well worth the time to watch after. Of course you listen every episode of live from detroit. The jeff to watkins show. Which by the way. If you love. And i know you do. I love you to share it with your friends. Tell all your friends about live from detroit. The jeff to watkins show the most amazing podcast in the world. Tell me can find on any podcast at. Tell them to follow me on. Social media's at jeff dwoskin show on twitter and instagram. tell them if they tweet along with hashtag round up one day there. You may show up on my show. I know you'll have to go into full excitement containment. They'll get they'll start shaking. It'll be like calm down. it's okay we'll get through this together and then you just start playing an episode of live from detroit the jeff. 'twas can show tell them hey you need to catch up it's go to his website java's funny dot com can sign for the mailing list. All that kind of good stuff. Everything's there it's like a podcast bo teak. The you can just wade into never and never leave so do that and I appreciate it. Thank you very much in advance. And now it's time for the social media to a right. Does exciting part of the show share a little bit of my social media knowledge. If you little four one one. I picked up on the street. I've been doing social media now for some time you can find my personal app. Big macher b. I g. m. a. c. h. e. r. On twitter if you are so inclined. I've got two quick tips for you today for social media. Goodness tip number one newsletters on twitter. That's right newsletters on twitter via twitter desktop. You can integrate with a company that they bought called review. Totally free set up your newsletter in schedule it do all that kind of cool stuff in bed. Tweets youtube videos anything. Your heart desires totally. Free totally cool. The reason i'm bringing it up now. Because i think i've brought it up before they just integrated a new feature in the feature. Is it compliance the newsletter subscription to the top of your twitter feed and brilliantly. They rolled it out on both desktop and mobile at the same time. Sometimes they don't do that says oh just on desktop just on mobile. Both were this means. Anyone who goes to your profile can quickly subscribe or read your newsletter. Why see what i'm talking about. Go to at jeff washburn show on twitter. And you'll see exactly what i mean. You can subscribe. Did i trick you into trying to subscribe my newsletter. I did i did. Please do but you'll be able to see it there at you up to washington show twitter you can subscribe. You can read it super cool. Okay now tip number two sometimes us. Humans don't have the ability to become famous but we have pets can become famous. My daughter's an account for our dog. Lola princess lola on instagram huge account way more followers on instagram than i'll ever have so my suggestion is if you have acute pat. That's a good little secondary account to run something for your pet. We talk a little bit more about this during my conversation with dd pfeiffer. Because she's got an amazing pat and i was trying to convince her to set up an account for her. All right so you can get ready for that. But in the meantime that's the social media to do anything. Everyone supports the sponsors week after. We can't thank you enough when you support. The sponsors are supporting us. And that's all we gave the lights on here at live from detroit. The jeff dwoskin show this week. Sponsor is whammy burger. Are you tired of falling down from hunger. We've got the whammy for you. breakfast now. Served until eleven. Thirty am daily. Treat your kameda some whammy eggs and sausage or a ham and cheese ramlet stopping in for lunch. 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And i know you're gonna gonna love every minute of it. Enjoy all right everyone. My next guest has been in the small screen in the movie screen. For years. you'll love during football for your love. And now she's back with a vengeance starring in big sky. Everyone welcome to.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Which obviously this year. We're inducting tommy. Her john tutor bill white which were twenty twenty inductees and then keith hernandez twenty one inductee and but that we so that's saturday's the hall of fame induction but friday night will honor lou. Brock in his will be present and so fans will not want to miss that pre-game ceremony that night and then sunday. We will do the same thing for bob gibson and his family. Finally the two thousand eleven reunion. I want to go back to that because this is the ten year reunion of one of the more popular world series wins ever because of what happened in game six. Obviously with david free. So let's go through that weekend when it is and what's happening. It's the weekend of saturday September eighteenth is the actual reunion date. We're playing the san diego padres. So that should be a great series Really good club. So hopefully the matchup means a lot for both teams but we already know that more than twenty five guys have already confirmed that they're coming back from for the reunion which is a significant number forty. Six different guys played on that team point. It was just a massive number that impacted that team. But it'll be a great celebration. We'll have it'll really be what fans experience on opening day. They're going to experience it saturday. September eighteenth we'll have a full parade afford trucks on our field with all the guys will have the world series trophy out there. Obviously you can imagine that david friesen. His handful of other teammates will be part of the first pitch ceremony that night. And but it's a robust list. Two guys that are coming back. Obviously it's amazing. How many current guy our guys that are currently still playing From that team. Obviously albert won't be here. Tony's managing in chicago landslides chicago. But even all that being said it's going to be a great night to celebrate that club and If there's a game that if i'm if i'm a fan and i've got to make a choice. I'm two one cardinals game in the second. Half of twenty twenty one at saturday. September eighteenth awesome stuff. Joe love what you do. Thanks for always inform the fans. Thanks dan appreciate it..
"pfeiffer" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Well if you haven't been paying attention to what's happening in two thousand twenty one. You're missing out on some of the best dates especially in the second. Half of the baseball season coming through bush stadium. The reason why we weren't sure if we're going to have fans much less what kind of capacity what would be the situation with fans while its full capacity which means a lot of things getting sandwiched in to the second half of the baseball season at busch stadium and visit with a joe pfeiffer who runs the alumni of the saint louis cardinals. And let's start with this joe first of all great to see The alumni. Of the saint louis cardinals. It is massive isn't it. it's massive. Danny you're right. It's the most active in all of major league baseball. And that's not us being bias or putting rose colored glasses on its actual fact. We go to the winter meetings. We'd be reviews with clubs and we are fortunate to have the most active alumni base. And we have more than seventy guys that played with the club that live here locally which is a huge asset to the team. And you guys do such a great job of making sure. They're always welcomed their part of the family. I we say you're part of the family. Wants you wear that. Carl uniform and you're always bringing them back to the ballpark we are. That's our goal. I think we're probably the most flexible related to tickets house fatality for guys. There's other clubs out there not the bashing the other clubs but they make it hard on the alumni to comeback and really participate or even Come to a ball game. And it's pretty much an open door policy. Here we take care of our alumni. But they've taken great care of us and just like our baseball operations side how they want to treat the players and manage the players the current players. We wanna keep that connection with them when they retire. Some guys want to engage immediately. There's other guys go away awhile. There's almost like a grieving period. When they're done being a current player but after a couple of years they realized they want still potentially be part of the game. They don't know what that is. But that's what we're here for. And we're just so incredibly fortunate that we have guys locally regionally but also all over the country florida california arizona that are just incredibly active with us and one of those guys. They probably went through a little bit of that period and went through so much in his career is david freeze where he becomes a hometown hero. Everybody's tugging at you. Then you get out of the game. Do you think gotta catch my breath a little bit but now he really wants to come back and be a part of the family. Yeah and honestly. I thought he would catch his breath a little bit longer than he did. He what he retired with. The dodgers In literally two months later he gives it gives me a call in Jupiter for fantasy camp In twenty in january and he calls and say hey joe. I'm ready to dive in every team. I played for had good relationships with the dodgers and with the angels and but saint louis home and i love my time with the cardinals and i really just wanna focus on being part of.
"pfeiffer" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Steve Inskeep. What did Haitians think of their assassinated president? President Juvenal Luis was killed last week after a divisive tenure on this program. In recent days, We've heard a journalist who said the president was dismantling democracy. We have also heard the Haitian ambassador who defended the president's record. NPR's Jason Beaubien has been listening to the people moist governed. Jason. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, Steve. What are you hearing there in Port au Prince. You know, it is interesting. Moyes was an incredibly polarizing figure. Yesterday, supporters of more we set up a shrine to him outside the presidential palace, and this was one of the first memorial that's been erected since he was killed more than a week ago. And this was a crowd that said that Morris had been a reformer that he was trying to change Haiti for the better. At one man. I talked to Emmanuel Prince said Moyes was assassinated because he stood up to the corrupt ation elite and Prince says Moyes was not killed by the Colombian mercenaries, as police have claimed. The government was here, but that's a Haitian killed them. The system killed them. Because you're working for the nation for the poor people. That's why I was happening. But there are other people who strongly disagree with that narrative. About more is they say that he was a dictator who was ruling by decree that he was unlawfully cleaned power. You know, he did let Parliament fall apart. He hadn't held new elections. And the biggest complaint I was hearing is that he let criminal gangs just run rampant and take over entire neighborhoods. Kill, kidnap, extort with impunity Just up the street from this memorial up to this vigil to Moyes 40 year old settled your soul says the dead president worked against the poor in Haiti and gave to the rich. People, people, people, people get up off their, he says. Haiti got far far worse under Moyes, his time in office and one of his friends said he was actually happy to hear that boys had been assassinated, He said, If if I could invent a hell for Joe Videl, it would have, I would have done it. He said. I asked God to forgive me, but I take pleasure in the death of juvenile boys. Wow. Well, given those divided views, what a Haitians do now, you know, so various groups are trying to come together and figure out exactly the answer to that. One group is called the Commission for a Haitian solution to the crisis, and it's trying to take a very broad approach to reforming the country. It's using this moment to spur that refer for more money class CA is a former U. N official. She's on the commission. I talked to her yesterday and she said that this moment is incredibly important for Haiti. We need something different. It's time to move. Haiti entered the 21st century. Let's make out of this tragic, dramatic situation an opportunity. She says That President always left Haiti in shambles with the government that's barely functioning. I'm not functioning at all in some parts of the country, and she says the only solution is for Haitians to come together as she calls this infighting that's been happening between the political elite shameful, But she thinks that maybe this brutal killing of Moyes inside his own home is so shocking that it may pull push it may push Haitians together. Not only inside his own home, but one of his own top security officials has now been arrested. That's right. Dimitri Erard was arrested taken into custody. Prosecutors are confirming that he's not the only one who has been questioned about why it is that we always could have been killed inside his own home, and none of his bodyguards even injured..
Haiti Police Arrest Third Suspect With U.S. Ties in President's Assassination
"And I'm Sasha Pfeiffer, A team of U. S. Security officials has landed in the Haitian capital of Puerto Prince this after Haiti's president Juvenal Luis, was assassinated by a hit squad in his home last Wednesday. Haiti's interim prime minister asked the U. S for help with the investigation into the murder. He's also asking for U. S troops to help protect the country's ports, airports and key infrastructure. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said. That request is being reviewed here. He is on Fox News Sunday. I don't know that we're at a point now where we can say definitively that our national security is being put at risk by what's happening there. But clearly we value our Haitian partners. We we value, stability and security in that country, and that's why we want to send a team down there to help them get their arms around exactly what happened. And what's the best way forward. NPR's Jackie Northam has been following developments as they unfold. She joins us now and and Jackie. Haitian authorities have arrested a third person with US ties as a suspect in the assassination. Could you tell us more about that? Sure, yes. Haiti's national police chief held a press conference last night and he said the man they have arrested is a Haitian born doctor who is based in Florida. The police chief said the man arrived in Haiti on a private plane in June and had arranged her. Hire some of the mercenaries who were involved in the president's killing, and that this was all part of a broader plot for this
PRO TALK With Architect Peter Pfeiffer
"Peter is a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you so much for doing this. I'm looking forward to it. Patrick you are probably one of the most famous architects in the country. I would say what do you want to become an architect. Well first of all. That's i've not sure. Sure group the most famous architects in the country wanted them but still doesn't matter circles. Peter you're a legend and i am grateful that you're on. The show will thank you like a lot of my colleagues in architecture. It was probably pretty early in life. I was maybe twelve or thirteen years old. And i have to credit. My mother with this noticed that. I really liked building. Because i was involved with my father. And this carpenter in my brother's doing remodeling projects in our house. Since i was like five. But i really had an artistic tendency and i was very comfortable with math so i just started doing things like riding my bicycle to the washington bridge. I grew up. Northeast of dallas in this area called new jersey. And i. that's a joke. You see a ride. My bike out from new jersey out to the washington bridge. Just look at the buildings from the bridge and you know you just start realizing this is something really kind of excites you. And i just made various happened with. President carter speaking about the arab oil embargo in how we had to save energy or conserve energy. And that really spoke to me too. Which is why my first degree pursued was a in building sciences specifically towards energy efficient architecture. What we call a passive solar architecture back then. Who's in the architecture. School is on track to get an architecture degree. But i found the studying of the science of building probably a little bit more interesting than the design studios.
Is the Film 'French Exit' Worth Its Weight in Baguettes?
"About French exit the stories about a woman who's you know, aging socialite and she's widowed and she has her son with her, and she kind of does her last. Harada her last trip. To France to Paris, where she is wanting to send to sort of get rid of the rest of her husband's inheritance, says she's coming to the end of her life, and it's I wouldn't say it's um It's not a standard movie, because usually you get these things from the from the male's point of view, But it's her sort of trying to run out the clock on her life with her money, and she's dealing with their sort of aimless son, played by Lucas Hedges and It's very much a character piece. It's not the action pieces it Zaveri biting and sardonic comedy, almost to the point where it wouldn't even categorize it as a comedy. It's It's really there Morpher fans of Michelle Pfeiffer to watch her play in such a somewhat off kilter role in a bit of an off brand role for her. Yes, well, a couple of observations from the trailer. It's very, very dry, but arch comedy and you know, and it's based on a lot of it looked like it was based on dialogue where she says, Well, my plan was to die before the money ran out. But I kept not dying and well, here I am. That doesn't sound funny, but I thought it made me chuckle the way she said it. I'll wait till it's available where I don't have to go in through the theater. But I'm looking forward to seeing French exit myself. How many bad gets for French exit in theaters? I'm gonna get a 2.5 baguettes. I wasn't as I'm not as big of a fan of the structure of this type of story. It seems a little bit Moby, but great performances all around
Who do you need on your team?
"To all about love this and business and how to develop a team that supports here. So who do you need on your team when it comes to being lonely business. I think he's the biggest thing is like allow to cultivate your aren those there won't you because you know what you need. Nobody else does. And sometimes it can feel if you get really lonely business because sometimes surrounded by people who don't understand what it's like to be in business and it's an option to understand it right and i think it's really being mindful of like who you surround yourself. He's not going to be supportive of the success that you create. It's also going to be supporting you able to get to the next level so when you think about the loneliness you experience in your life. What is the cause of. What do you find that you need to you. Need someone to check in with you on a regular basis to you. need someone to allow you to bent. Do you need someone to celebrate you. Know what do they really need it. If you took the time to. Actually i what that would be. It can be anything from having a support network surrounding you to elevate you to the next level. So what are the by saw. Wanted build yourself a team and understand what your needs in regards to that team so attain can be attained france employees. Ease any suppo- accumulate is the evening to lane on to support you to bounce ideas off to alive of to recognize drink things. That are really supportive of your journey and being attitude telling you the truth like every pace of it. I think is really came when it comes to developing you team so you can be a bunch of also people their own have to get along the same circle so it can be a mix of business friends. It can be a mix of friends that are in business can be a night could be any business. Support your karch. Uva please because you don't have to do with a lion and the biggest thing is that this sorry much out there available to utilize to support your network into. Are you attain that. You may as well do it right because there's an r. Point sitting on your art trying to figure out why itself so grow you attainment thing about what it is that you need can develop a team. That's gonna support you now. They're us by pfeiffer online groups that he he to support you through my fave the coo l collective therefore creatives and freelances being able to support you in being really productive and taking the next step in annual creative journey then found his team which they have memberships right through tomasa minds to support you and accountable and keep you kind of two goals moving forward and then they also visiting early. Quite laughing of business shakes the logic of community and access to loss of different people in different environments different industries. So they facial surround yourself with epic people and recognize when you're in need of different people and sometimes it comes down to really having some really structured compensations and how to set up because people are going to nor that you need them on their team until you tell them so i would. I would just suggest distinct about who need on your team and who they base would have been that. You need to develop contain regards to support. Do you need to develop your friends network. Do you need to develop network of influence and once you have a bit of an idea. Blue taking my medicine right. Who is that i do. I need that support to decide. Chat way i need extra support for the two. I need someone to inspire me. Do i need someone to help me. Celebrate wins so when you know what it is then you have to go out and find them and it might be people that you already norse or just developing and strengthening that relationship. It might be people you've met in the past will quality of okay. Maybe i should just reconnect with them and strengthen that relationship or maybe need to find new people. So we'll see haven't been of an idea who they are and where you're gonna find. That's about cultivating relationship with a conversation that Policy being able to open the conversation to share within that loves babble to strengthen your team you'll support team and have them aboard sir. It might be symbols habit of compensation to let them know that. Hey i really just wanted to help my friendship group of the moment of love and if you've got some time to go and have coffee where he out. Your business needs mixture support. I just love to be able to bounce ideas on how can keep this up accountable and bam to develop that group of friendships that they had support you because you know sometimes we named the friendships where we talk all about business and the time of need friends that action told nothing about business and so once you clear on that then you can start to strengthen those relationships and say some really epic group of people that advantage support you can cheat you on. I feel so so if you recognize that you've been experiencing longest recently. I'd love you to do activity because lila is an emotional response to feeling like you need extra connection so that connection could be everything from a relationship right romantic pot off right through having friends to reach out and chat with so support yourself by creating that support network and if you have a little critic coming in saying no one's going to want to be friends with me all no one's gonna want to have to hang out with me. La off because they guarantee you this other people feeling exactly the way that you do and you just want to find them seem to have those conversations and just ask them out for coffee organized times to catch up and that's when you actually strengthen those relationships and the times that i've done that is only ever been an incredible experience so
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas to Announce Oscar Nominations
"Nick. Jonas and priyanka chopra are dropping. Some names for your consideration. They'll be announcing the oscar nominations together this upcoming monday. All twenty three categories will be livestreamed. Now michael jordan stepping back into the boxing ring only this time as a director michael is set to make his directorial debut with crete three. And he'll be back to reprise his role as donna's crete and shirtless. Michael says directing has always been a dream but the timing had to be right and showtimes new anthology series. The first lady just cast their first daughter. Lexi underwood from little everywhere will star as molina obama alongside viola davis who play michelle the series also features michelle pfeiffer as betty ford plus. Gillian anderson as eleanor roosevelt.
Norton Juster, 'The Phantom Tollbooth' author, dead at 91
"The celebrated author who fashioned a world of his own in the classic the phantom top off and went on to write such favorites as the dot and the line and stark naked has died at ninety one justice. Death was confirmed tuesday by a spokesperson for random house. Children's books who did not immediately provide details gestures friend and fellow author mo willems tweeted tuesday that juster ran out of stories and died peacefully the night before norton's greatest work was himself a tapestry of delightful tales williams road as juster wrote in the introduction to a reissue of phantom told us he i thought of the book when he was in his late twenties and working at an architectural firm and new york city. He found himself wondering the way a child might about how people relate to the world around them and eventually turned it into a story published in nineteen sixty one. The phantom tollbooth followed the adventures of young milo through the kingdom of wisdom a land extending from the foothills of confusion to the valley of sound drawings were provided by his roommate at the time. Jewels pfeiffer who would later collaborate with gesture on the odious ogre published in two thousand ten. Eric carl of the caterpillar fame illustrate adjusters. Utter nonsense with came out in nineteen eighty
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"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Sasha Pfeiffer. E iconic jazz musician Chick Corea died this past Tuesday. That's according to an announcement his family posted on his Facebook page last night. Korea was a towering figure in jazz for more than 50 years, straight ahead, jazz electric jazz fusion Latin music, He could do them all and more. He won 23 Grammy Awards. NPR's Felix Contreras was a fan, and he's here to tell us more about Chick Korea's Lexie. Good Morning, Felix. Good morning, you know, to say the least, This was a household name Chick Corea. Chick Correa was so well respected, admired that he was a kind of musician to reference with just one name to us. He was just checked. And he bred that kind of familiarity because he had been making music for so long and because he was proficient and so many styles of jazz. That there was something for everyone for people who don't know his background. Where was he from? How did he get into music? He's from the Boston area, and he started out like so many musicians in classical music on the piano, then an interest in jazz eventually led the gigs with names like trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, vocalist Sarah von and even Latin Jazz was mumble something Maria all while he was still in his twenties, he released his first album as a leader in 1968, and it's considered a benchmark for the modern jazz piano trio. I understand There's a particular jazz album that Chick Corea did that you want to talk about really groundbreaking, I think came out in 1969. Yeah, absolutely Most definitely check this out. Yeah. That's a track called Bitches brew by Miles Davis, and it kicked off a genre known as jazz fusion, which was influenced by rock and funk and soul music. And was played on electric instruments. In fact, electric keyboards became one of Chick Corea is calling cards, especially in his band returned forever. And yet, even with all that amplification, his sound was always identifiable, always powered by endless curiosity and prodigious chops. Which is jazz speak for impeccable technique and limitless, improvisational skills And because of how wide ranging he was, he kind of has something for everyone. Can you give us a sense of what else he's known for? What else? People might like. If you type to Korea, discography and the Wikipedia you'll find over 70 albums under his name, and they're a lot more than that. Over the decades, he recorded some amazing oven garde jazz albums, solo piano records that teacher between jazz and classical as well as music by Mozart. Straight ahead. Acoustic jazz a serious of do it albums with musicians like vocalist Bobby McFarren, pianist and fellow Miles Davis alumni Herbie Hancock and vibraphonist Gary Burton and even banjo player Bela Fleck. And some of my favorites are the cross pollination of jazz and flamenco, which were so good that Chick Corea is revered among flamenco jazz musicians in Spain. This is a little bit of a tune called Armando's Roomba. And by the way, Armando is chicks given name. Mm. Obviously, Chick Ray's music lives on, But what is his lost mean to you? You know, I was gutted. When I first heard the news. It was so unexpected, but I think I'm like a lot of jazz fans of a certain age musicians like Chick, Herbie Hancock saxophones, Wayne Shorter. Your music is such a big part of our lives that they're like Our North star's pointing the way home And while we still have all of his recordings to listen to losing Chick Corea is going to take some time. Getting used to Felix Contreras is the host of the podcast Latino for NPR music. Thanks, Phyllis. You bear Thistles Morning edition from NPR news. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer.
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"I'm Sasha Pfeiffer, and I'm Rachel Martin. Politics can spoil a whole lot of things, including language. Use a phrase over and over, and its meaning tends to stretch beyond recognition. That happens a lot in Washington. NPR's Daniel Kurtz Leben brings us the latest example. Any politician knows the right phrase construir up voters something snappy, something that maybe gets people emotional. And if there's a liberation even better cancel culture. They call it canceled. Culture are tired of the cancel culture. Handsome culture is a real thing. It is very real. That phrase Cancel culture has become so ubiquitous that it's arguably been background noise in American politics for a while. But now Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor, Greene and other Republicans have seized aggressively on the phrase. Ohio Republican Jim Jordan spoken Green's defense says she was stripped of her committee assignments. Following her support of conspiracy theories, including Q and on as well as racist social media posts. Everyone has said things they wish they didn't say Everyone has done things they wish they didn't do. So who's next? Who will the cancel culture attack next? And then there are more moderate Republicans. Illinois representative Adam Kinzinger slammed Donald Trump loyalist Matt Gates on NBC recently for Gates, his attacks on Liz Cheney, who voted to impeach the former president. If you look at Mac, it's going toe Wyoming because what a tough woman has an independent view, and he doesn't want to have to go out and explain why he didn't vote for impeachment. That's totally GOP canceled culture, Green and Cheney, of course, still have congressional seats and sizable social media followings, and they appear regularly on national television. All of which raises the question of what exactly, it means to be canceled in about half a decade, The term has gone from slaying to being laden with partisan political baggage. As it was used years ago online, particularly among younger people. The original idea of canceling refers to a pretty UN remarkable concept, says Nicole Holiday assistant professor of linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. It is used to refer to a cultural boycott, right. We've had the term boycott forever and ever. It's just being I'm not going to put my attention or money or support behind this person or organization because they've done something that I don't agree with. That is not new. That's very old. In other words, it just referred to the marketplace of ideas at work. But then concerns group Articular Lee among media and political elites about the threat of online mobs shutting down speech that perceived punitive atmosphere came to be known as cancel culture. And people on the left. We're often accused of perpetuating it. Yasha Monk is a political scientist and creator of the newsletter Persuasion, which has decried so called cancel culture. If people say Hey, I personally don't like this person, so I'm not gonna buy the product. That's one thing, but a lot of it is concerted efforts to force institutions to the platform people. It's firing people for imagined or very minor offenses because off online media marks and someone The fact that even non public figures have lost jobs as a result of online pylons is to him a clear sign that things have gone too far. The idea of cancel culture is inherently controversial, though particularly when it comes to speech what one person might call being canceled for controversial statements. Another might call being held accountable for offensive or harmful views. But now, even to some who decry cancel culture as a problem, the phrase has been overstretched to defend people like Marjorie Taylor Greene. Motor chair in his policy editor at the right leaning magazine, the bulwark. Honestly, I think we should probably retire the phrase cancel culture at this point. Because it's losing its meaning. When people just use it to mean I resent your drawing attention to my crazy ideas. Language gets stretched like this all the time, you pens, holiday says. In fact, there's a term for it. Semantic bleaching, semantic bleaching kind of reversing the process where words Don't have the meaning they had before. They kind of come to mean nothing or something that is purely pragmatic, like just functional but not really like leading with meaning. Semantic bleaching has happened for non political words like literally and more political phrases like woke and politically correct. As with the word canceled, both of those terms went from their original meanings to being political weapons used by people claiming concerns about free expression. Holiday explains how the phrase political correctness transformed. In the seventies and eighties. It was originally he was by leftists kind of to make fun of themselves. By the time it entered the mainstream in the nineties, everybody was using it as sort of an attack. It wasn't any longer in the community that originated and and then I think we're seeing the same thing kind of with cancel with the constant repetition of the phrase cancel culture. The idea of cancelation has strayed from what it once stood for. And simultaneously. The GOP's cancel culture fixation may be a sign that the party is straying from what it once stood for, according to conservative author and CNN commentator Mary Katharine Ham. There truly were 15 years ago. Differences of policy for which people would stay. Hey, for instance, Arlen Specter. At one point. Are you still a Republican? Because you believe a lot of things? That are counter to what many conservatives and many people who animate the party believe Specter was a moderate Republican senator who eventually became a Democrat. In contrast, hand points to the Arizona GOP's recent decision to center several of its most visible members, including conservative Arizona governor Doug Ducey. Now the condemnations in Arizona are for Doug Ducey and others not being sufficiently helpful to President Trump and those who support him to her. Yes, liberals have a cancel culture problem. But conservatives now due to Which also translates to a numbers problem if attacking each other means pushing away voters, Ham says It's not clear how this tone might ever change from a fixation on a cancel culture war back to 10. It's like limited government and lower taxes. Would I love to get back to talking about policy? Sure. But there is to some extent I need to recognize that that might not be what your voters want the way that social media structured. You get a payout for high emotion for click ability. And You're 40 Point Tax plan is not emotional or clickable. The right shows no sign of letting go of cancel culture. The annual Conservative Political Action Conference will be held later this month. This year's theme America on Canceled Daniel Kurtz. Leben NPR news. This is.
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"News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. There is a reckoning a foot in the U. S. Military President Biden is expected to visit the Pentagon today just as Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered a massive review of extremism within the force. Austin has called for a so called stand down a pause in operations in order to understand the scope of the problem of extremism, which is more urgent after it was revealed that veterans were part of the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. NPR's Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman is with us this morning. Hi, Tom. Hey, Rachel. So there's going to be the stand down within the next 60 days. What exactly does Secretary Austin hope to accomplish here? He wants a couple of things. First of all, Let's get an idea of the scope of the problem and then ways to deal with it. So Secretary Austin ordered military leaders to spend one training day discussing with the troops the importance of their oath of office to support and defend the constitution to be aware of any unacceptable behavior, such as advocating violence or active participation and hater, supremacist groups. Also ways to report suspected behavior in a lot of this, of course, again was driven by the participation of veterans in that capital insurrection in NPR analysis found that some 15% Those under investigation by the FBI were former military and Rachel. I was at the Capitol during the riot and talked to a few of veterans, including a member of the proud boys. They're labeled an extremist group by the FBI in this guy told me that he served two tours in Iraq with the 82nd Airborne Division. So again, a number of veterans here well So you said Part of this big part of it is understanding scope of the problem of extremism within the U. S military. How exactly can they measure that? Well to get statistics. First of all in Austin himself acknowledged. It's a problem getting those statistics. Now. Top military leaders are trying to get numbers about extremism. How many were kicked out of the military how many recruits turned away? For extremist ties, and it's proving to be difficult. So far. All I've been able together is a few statistics. The Marine Corps told me that in the last three years they found 16 cases of substantiated extremist behavior. Mostly postings on social media, but no sense at this point, whether any were kicked out. Also, the FBI told the Pentagon that last year they'd opened about 143 investigations. Involving mostly former military members. And of that about half had to do with domestic extremism. And that's about all we know so far. So, Tom, How did they distinguish extremism for from political ideology? Or maybe in this case, it's one of the same. I mean, we all know President Trump retweeted conspiracy theories and was consistently Evasive, Shall we say in condemning hate groups and the writers that storm the capital that day did so in his name, right? This could be difficult in some conservative commentators have questioned all this is maybe being anti Trump. Pentagon officials say this is not about who you voted for, or your political beliefs. It's how you act on certain beliefs. Do you advocate extremist views or call for violence? But there is some difficult political and free speech issues here. Right now, You cannot be an active member in something like that far right wing group, the proud boys, but the current regulations allow just membership. Here's Pentagon Press secretary John Kirby. Membership is not considered inconsistent with service in the military, and it really is really about What you do with that membership. I'm not going to be predictive one way or the other about where this discussion is going. But I think membership in these groups is certainly something that I would expect for them to look at. So you can see how the wrestling with this Rachel and there are other issues, for example, let's say soldier wears a T shirt saying reading Stop to steal. You could argue that soldier says you election was a fraud and therefore his commander in chief is illegitimate. That could be illegal under military law, which prohibits contempt toward officials a lot to sort out. Yeah, indeed. NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman. Thank you for this. You're welcome, Rachel. The rollout of Corona virus vaccines offers a light at the end of the tunnel. But this pandemic is far from over. In many places. Testing for the Corona virus is still a problem even for essential workers in sectors like agriculture and meat packing. Side effects. Public media's Kristine Herman has been looking into this problem and what might help Illinois is a top producer of corn and soybeans, with more than 20 million acres devoted to just those two crops to make it all happen. The state relies on about 20,000 farm workers, some who travel here for seasonal work and others who call Illinois home. The Corona virus has battered their communities, particularly hard, 35 year old Saturday. He has lived in central Illinois for more than a decade. Because she's undocumented. She asked. We not use her last name, then. Islamize. Juanito. Sorry, says Being a farm worker is the most beautiful thing. But she hasn't been in the fields lately because she's been focused on getting three kids through virtual schooling. A few months ago Saturday, he thought she might have been exposed and wanted to get a Corona virus test. The nearest testing site was in the next town over, but there's no public transportation and she doesn't have a car. Well, anybody don't Carla, but apology that government Sorry, says she borrowed a car from a friend and got her test, which was negative. But she thinks the transportation issue probably prevents other agricultural workers from getting tested. And the need has been great. Large outbreaks linked to farms and meat plants have resulted in thousands of U. S workers falling sick and at least several 100 deaths. In the town of Rantoul, the virus race through a meat plant and the hotel that houses migrant farm workers. Rantoul is that far from urban a champagne where the University of Illinois built its own robust testing program on campus. That contrast bothered anthropology Professor Gilbert to Rosa's. We walked down two flights of stairs, Go out the back door and we can get testing. Where are the people who were at the forefront who work in the fields who work in the plants? They lack that kind of access. Ruthless and his colleagues were already researching why the food industry was being hit so hard by the virus. They decided to work with local clinics to offer coronavirus testing in Rantoul. We want toe both unearth unique qualities, but also vindicate them as well. They advertise in English and Spanish and have tried to boost turnout by tapping into their long standing ties to the local communities of immigrants and farm workers. During a recent testing event in Rantoul. Rosas was there to help covered head to toe in protective gear clinic staff had set up in a parking lot. Hotel de Cuevas who 68 arrived to get a test. We have any symptoms that the team to a promising start, but in the end, only 15 people showed up. Low turnout like that is disappointing, but not surprising to farmworker advocates like Deana Television Torres. We're talking about low wage workers every penny counts. Television tourist leads the United Farm Workers Foundation based in California. She says agricultural workers might not want to know if they're positive because they can't afford to quarantine for two weeks when you have to worry about putting food on your own table for your family. Sometimes that is the focus because there isn't another option. And she says getting tested is even more fraught for agricultural workers who are undocumented. After years of anti immigrant policies and rhetoric from the Trump Administration. There's a huge lack of trust and a real fear of deportation. So building trust is critically important television, Torres says not just to get people to show up for testing, but also for the vaccine. There is much hesitation from farm workers when they hear that the employer might make them take this vaccine that they don't really comprehend or understand. A lot of outreach and education needs to be done in Illinois. Food and agriculture workers are now eligible for the vaccine. But sad I eat. The farm worker here says she's not planning to get it. In an installation camera just went on until it lives. Remember Excellency their interest general. Mental Gonna hold on. She's right. Too much online about people having severe reactions. What side are you says if someone she trusted shoulder evidence, the vaccine is safe. Then she might change her mind. For NPR News. I'm Kristine Herman in Urbana, Illinois. This story was part of our reporting partnerships with harvest public Media and Kaiser Health News. Last summer. Not one, not two, but three spacecraft took off from Mars within days of each other 654 engine ignition 210 and lift off. Why Love millions in stock that be amazing. Fusion drive. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah..
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"Have the lambs stuffed screaming after Linda Don't bother with the trace. I won't be on long enough. Where are you? Dr. Lecter have no plans to call on you, Clarice. The world's more interesting with you. And so you take care now to extend me the same courtesy. You know, again like that Promise? I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner. Bye. Oh, remember that Michelle Pfeiffer, We do not have audio on her. But that was the scene. As you know, from Silence of the Lambs, Michelle Fiber, said quote. I was trepidatious. There was such evil in that film. It was the evil one in the end that at the end of the film Evil ruled out. I was uncomfortable with that ending. I didn't want to put that out in the world, and that was a pretty intense movie. No doubt about it. Always good to relook at 8 38 Alabama's Morning news, All right, as we go through this coronavirus battle with the vaccine Round two of the UK strain others coming up from Africa. I mean, what are we in for in 2021? What about travel this summer? Are you gonna be getting out more this year than last year? What about those vaccine passports? Oh, it could be a reality intelligence analyst Jonathan Bar Snus joins us in three minutes. Stay with us. What's behind a name? Well at shady Grove fertility. Not only are we home to 85,000 babies born and counting, we're also proud to.
Michelle Pfeiffer to Play Betty Ford in Showtime Series ‘The First Lady,’ Susanne Bier to Direct
"Actress. Michelle pfeiffer is about to step into the role of the former first lady. Michelle pfeiffer is set to take on the raw betty ford and showtime's upcoming anthology series. The first lady the actress joins the previously announced by davis who will portray michelle obama for the show. No word yet on who will play. Eleanor roosevelt the show will focus on the roles. That the first lady's played in shaping impactful and sometimes world changing decisions during their time in the white house for it is the wife of former president. Gerald ford who was president from nineteen seventy four to nineteen seventy seven. She died at the age of three in two thousand eleven.
George Clooney Recalls the Day He Was Drunk on Set of One Fine Day
"Okay. We have to talk about george clooney and his crazy drunken confession. It all went down on varieties actors on actors series. Clooney did an interview with his one. Fine day co star michelle pfeiffer and. They reminisced about a time. George showed up to set drunk. I woke up. And i like the alarm like five thirty in the morning and five in the morning i feel okay and then i looked in the still to this set and we wanted to. The trail has set down at your beagle watt. We're going to work today. You see where we we did. A wonder where you and i are talking back and forth to each other and i kept trying to spray like whatever mouse i think i smelled like a distillery. That sucks that that has happened. You know that happens says because we get like last minute shoots not so much now during the pandemic the back whatever life was normal and it was like oh justin can't make it. Can you go to this red carpet and you really unhappy. I'm sure i'll try to swing by seven o'clock wing. It sometimes your best interviews though lit drink on fridays. sometimes those are shows
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"Like, you know, watching watching you kind of go. You know, it was suddenly it was sort of Hollywood nights and all of that, and all of a sudden it was Scarface and all these incredible lady Hawkeye remembers on television every five minutes and Just remember thinking, you know, E. I met someone who had suddenly whose career just exploded now switching gears to some of their other things, that's all. Okay, This is so sweet, A little cute backstory there that I never knew it. It's always fun to imagine stars before they were stars because we come to know them when they are on screen, and so It's easy to put aside like Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney in an acting class together and both hoping that they can get an agent, and if they get an agent that they can end up Getting work as well. I love hearing about just the humble Beginnings of it all. And by the way dated Michelle Pfeiffer, sister who know who is also an actress. Is that right? Dedee Pfeiffer. I'm looking this up. I think she started on Simon and Simon. That Detective show I love that show is such a good show. Then she was in a movie called into the Night. You know, maybe not the same level of success. Sure as Michelle Sure. Let that be tough to do. They went back, and they were talking at some point about the movies that they have been in together are not together. Excuse me, just the movies that they have done, and, uh Kind of interesting that they look back and see so many flaws and all of the movies. Oh, sure that they've done, Clooney said. I think with the exception of one or two times, probably every One of them he would try to redo in some way, he says. Time is a really interesting thing. You start to be able to look at things and go. You can see where you're pushing. You can see where you're trying too hard. He says. A couple I'd keep I think I did my job in O brother and in out of sight, But there's a lot of stuff. I change in almost every other performance. I feel like if any of us looked back on our Past work that's actually listen to that podcast with Conan O'Brien needs a friend with Howard Stern. And it's so funny how when you're in it and your younger and you don't have the experience you have so much ego. And then as you grow and you learn, and you've got more life under your belt, you become more humble. And you look, that's the point where you should be able to be have a bigger ego. But it doesn't really work that way. For most people, you look back and go. That was crap. Sure. And then I think so. Cocky about it early on to are you trying to push with the trap would be you try to push with confidence. Because you're trying to get that thing, improve yourself and say that I could do it. Whereas then the George Clooney's of the world or the rocks of the world, they get to these really these big places where they In theory have the linked in resume to be very proud of themselves. But instead they are humble, realizing how fortunate they are, too. Get that role to live this life because you're you're always like when you're in an acting class. It's not like everybody else from their acting class were duds. It's a weird, fickle business. That's why I'm always a big fan of a job that is willing to pay you every two weeks because there are a lot of really talented, I think in my world there a lot of really talented broadcasters. Who are gig workers out in L A. And they're hoping that their agent gets them on something. And then maybe it will be a pilot, and maybe it gets picked up. And if it does, it's exciting. But if it doesn't could be another six months before the phone rings, and you're working that side hustle job. But it's not because I'm any better or you're any better, right place right time kind of thing. We got the opportunity. And when you realize that that it's not just all you, but there's a bigger Plan sort of working out here. You You can't help but respond with humility of I'm fortunate to be here in a lot of people would like to be here and it just is good. You're right. You know so true, Steve, You're my best friend. I know you Sorry. I get a little awkward when you when you say that I just sometimes feel like it's serious. You know, Donna, can I say this is Steve? You could say anything. You want your show, man. It's 51% yours. Ah, I actually was going to call you yesterday, but may be better to just say it on the air instead is going to call you on my way home. It wasn't gonna be a butt doctor call, although those were some of my favorites to make to you where I call Don and say, oh, above above a blob Big set up big set up big set up. The butt doctor, and then I hang up those air. Fun. Great. That's a real thing that he does just say No, he'll just and he'll be like, Hey, I just really have to tell you, he'll just make it sound real serious and then say something about the but doctor and hang up. This was like the time when I said Hey, did you see the note that went around? And by the way, if you say that to Donna, you instantly have her eating out of the palm of your hand Because then she gets frantic and imagine she's just throwing papers up in the sky like Wait. Was it in? One of my paper says it here is that my dad, that's how she is mentally. And sometimes probably physically, too, when you tell her that and so I had her wrapped around my little finger, and I said, Yeah, Amy said that she wants us not only like putting up any of our vacation on this calendar in the hall. We always need to track that and everybody's got to do and who you're filling his blah, blah blah. But in addition, they said that they want us to To start putting down our but doctor appointments on then I just said she said, It's just really why you called us again. I gotta go on. And then I had to pick up my daughter from dance. He literally just hangs up the phone and I never hear from him against great. It was great, but I die Aggress. I was going to call you Not for about doctor call, Okay, But you were making me laugh so much yesterday and so let me say this publicly. I was going to call to just say I really love working with you so much because you genuinely really make me laugh hard, at least once a day you make me and not just lay. Of course we we teach about the community service things and the porch later. All these things. But you are just genuinely funny. And you really catch me off guard at some point every day, and it makes me laugh. And I thought, how fortunate I am that I get to go to a job every morning where I know that my wife and kids at some point we'll hear me laughing hard up in the bedroom closet As I broadcast a radio show and so credit to you. You're just really You're a pro, but you're also just very funny. And I like doing the show through. So I was gonna tell you that in private, but now I said it in public right to me. And I you on also my neighbor, So I have Ah little girl. Her name is Vanessa and she and her brother Ray. Come in. Why? I'm Ray. Come and walk my dog because they don't have a dog. They have a cat. And, you know, they just see Vanessa developed a relationship with Buddy like literally. If I open my door normally, Buddy will just sit by my side if he sees them walking down the street. He forgets about he darts oh, down the coldest sack running with all his might towards them because he's so excited. So anyway, she said that she was only sitting yesterday and she goes. Don't normally get to listen, but I thought, you know, I'm gonna put the podcast on. And she said that she was laughing so hard that she thought that maybe people around her thought there was like a wild animal on the loose policy was losing it. This is your neighbor girl who walks the dog, not the neighbor girl, but her mom her mom, Sarah and I told her that I had to make sure I told you because she was like Steve will sneak in these things she goes. I don't even think you Always hear them. I'm like, Yeah, I do. I just kind of talk over them. Yes, I thought you were going to say that the little girl who walks the dog said. Like, so what is this a tax write off for me? Two.
Michelle Pfeiffer to Play Betty Ford in Showtime Series The First Lady,
"Been she's gonna be in a Showtime movie. She will call called the first lady and she's gonna play. Eddie Ford. Really? Okay. This just came in Senator Chuck Schumer.
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IRS Says Its Own Error Sent $1,200 Stimulus Checks To Non-Americans Overseas
"Now. Earlier this year, our team of reporters discovered that stimulus money from the first coronavirus relief package had been mistakenly sent to citizens off other countries. U. S government previously blamed the recipients for that error. But as Sasha Pfeiffer from our NPR investigations, team reports, the Iris now says those non Americans were not always at fault and the mistake Is likely to happen again, if more stimulus checks go out. Suzanne Wig force is a 78 year old citizen of Sweden, who lives in the country's capital, Stockholm, and over the summer, she was surprised to get a check in the mail from the United States Treasury, followed by a letter signed by President Donald J. Trump. And he says the White House Washington You lied. 31st. Your economic impact payment has arrived. My fellow American. It was a stimulus check for $1200. And I thought I can't believe it. They're sending it to me. Why? I mean, it's crazy, isn't it? It's crazy, she says, because she is not entitled to that money. The only people eligible for stimulus checks are U. S citizens and individuals that for tax purposes, the iris calls resident aliens. Suzanne. Weak force is neither of those now. Previously, the U. S government said the reason many non citizens mistakenly received checks is they filed incorrect tax returns that made them appear to be American. But weak force does not file a U. S tax return. Asked about this by NPR, The Iris now acknowledges that some non Americans erroneously receive stimulus money through no fault of their own. I'm just upset. I love American. This is so wrong because I saw that number of people were being evicted every month in Chicago, for instance, and I thought One of those families would have needed this stimulus check. Why should a Swedish citizen living abroad received $1200? The iris now says it mistakenly sent checks to some non citizens who receive Social Security and other federal benefits. People like WIG force. She receives a small social security payment from having worked in California for several years. And she believes that's why the iris erroneously sent her a stimulus check. I'm not gonna cash it. I'm just going to leave it here. There's no way I'm going to catch this money. It doesn't belong to me. Since Congress passed its coronavirus relief package in March, the U. S government has put no mechanisms in place to prevent these mistakes from happening again. That means if a new relief plan passes in the final weeks of the Trump administration or during the Biden administration, and if it includes more stimulus payments, some of that money is again likely to mistakenly end up in mailboxes overseas. Weak force is even likely to get another check how much money is leading out from the Treasury Department? Because of these similares checks. I wonder, the U. S. Government cannot answer that question. The Treasury did find that as of late May, $34 million in stimulus had gone to people who filed a tax return with a foreign address. But that includes eligible people like US citizens living abroad, and it does not include citizens of other countries who received a check at a U. S address. For example, NPR interview to citizen of the Dominican Republic who was not eligible, he had got a check at his former address in Massachusetts. At $34 Million also does not include people like WIG Force who got a check but don't file a U. S tax return at all. I think the poor folks in the iris don't have the bandwidth to go chasing this end. A. Kelleher is a vice president at Sprint tax, which does us tax preparation for nonresidents. It'd be great if they did, because I believe that there's millions of dollars that has gone to people that went entitled to it. Certainly not the intended recipients. Spring tax has clients from about 150 countries who mistakenly received stimulus check. Ex. Kelleher said the most common were India, China, South Korea, Vietnam and the United Kingdom, as well as numerous nations in Latin America. It's awful when we hear of millions of dollars going into the wrong hands, but was probably within a somewhat acceptable threshold of error or margin of error acceptable, he said, because Congress opted for speed over accuracy when it flooded the U. S economy with money last spring. Many non Americans who received a check and error are now trying to return it because they worry it will jeopardize their visa or immigration status. Course. There's equally thousands there is saying, Well, if they were silly enough to make this mistake, it's their mistake, and I'm not gonna give it back until they ask for it. Van Shockley falls in that category. He's 74 years old and was born in Pennsylvania. But he moved to Australia after becoming disillusioned with US politics in the 19 sixties. I had always been depressed when JFK was killed. I just couldn't get over that. So I started looking for someplace else start all over. So he gave up his U. S citizenship and has now been an Australian citizen for about a half century. His last trip to the U. S. Was 40 years ago. But he to receive stimulus money even though he's not eligible for it and does not file a U. S tax return. That was a waste together. My check the mail. Love pulled out a check. Federal Reserve Treasury thingamajig along with the eagle on that it's made out to me. What's the sum of America? What the hell's going on here? Why am I getting a check from the government? Just like Suzanne Wig Force in Sweden? Van Shockley in Australia suspects he mistakenly got a check because he receives Social Security from having worked in the U. S before moving overseas. First I thought it was a joke. And then I went down to the bank says Can you do some way of verifying that this is legal and the girl come back after five minutes. This is it's legal. You got the milling. Thank you, ma'am. I didn't ask for the money. I didn't expect any money. But as soon as I got us stuck into the bank, he ain't getting it back. Shockley attributes the mist ake two U. S. Government incompetence, complete stupidity. Just not doing their job properly. U S. Treasury officials said they are quote continuing to assess the accuracy of the stimulus program and the recovery efforts for any erroneous payments. In the meantime, they told NPR the Iris is relying on individuals to voluntarily return these payments. Sasha five for NPR News.
IRS Says Its Own Error Sent $1,200 Stimulus Checks To Non-Americans Overseas
"All right an update to an npr investigation now earlier. This year our team of reporters discovered that stimulus money. From the first corona virus. Relief package had been mistakenly sent to citizens of other countries. The us government previously blamed the recipients for that air but as sasha pfeiffer from our npr investigations team reports the irs. Now says those non-americans were not always at fault and the mistake is likely to happen again. If more stimulus checks go out. Suzanne wig force is a seventy eight year old citizen of sweden who lives in the country's capital stock home and over the summer she was surprised to get a check in the mail from the united states treasury followed by a letter signed by president donald j trump any says the white house washington july thirty first. Your economic impact payment has arrived my fellow american. It was a stimulus. Check for twelve hundred dollars. And i so i can't believe it sending it to me. Why it's crazy isn't it. It's crazy. She says because she is not entitled to that money. The only people eligible for stimulus checks are us citizens and individuals that for tax purposes. The irs calls resident aliens. Suzanne wig force is neither of those now previously. The us government said the reason. Many non-citizens mistakenly received checks. Is they filed incorrect tax returns. That made them appear to be. American with force does not file a us tax. Return asked about this by npr. The irs now acknowledges that some non-americans erroneously received stimulus money through no fault of their own. I'm just upset. I love american. This is so wrong. Because i saw that a number of people were being evicted every month in chicago for instance and also one of those families would have needed. This stimulus check. Why should a swedish citizen living abroad received. Twelve hundred dollars the irs. Now says it mistakenly sent checks to some non-citizens who receive social security and other federal benefits people like wig force. She receives a small social security payment from having worked in california for several years. And she believes that's why the irs erroneously send her stimulus check. I'm not gonna cash. I'm just gonna leave it here. There's no way i'm gonna cash this money. It doesn't belong to me since congress passed. Its coronavirus relief. Package in march the. Us government has put no mechanisms in place to prevent these mistakes from happening again. That means if a new relief plan passes in the final weeks of the trump administration or during the biden administration and if it includes more stimulus payments some of that money is again likely to mistakenly end up in mailboxes. Overseas workforce is even likely to get another check. How much money is bleeding out from the treasury department because of these similars checks. I wonder the. Us government cannot answer that question. The treasury did find that as of late may thirty. Four million dollars in stimulus had gone to people who filed tax return with a foreign address but that includes eligible people like us citizens living abroad and it does not include citizens of other countries who received a check at a us address for example npr interview citizen of the dominican republic. Who was not eligible. Ya gotta check at his former address in massachusetts. That thirty four million dollars also does not include people like wig force who got a check but don't file a us tax return at all. I think the poor folks in the irs. Don't of the bond with to go chasing this end. Kelleher is a vice president at sprint tax. Which does us tax preparation for non-residents. It'd be great if they did. Because i believe that there's millions of dollars that has gone to bless weren't entitled to it or certainly not the intended recipients spring tax has clients from about one hundred and fifty countries who mistakenly received stimulus checks kelleher said the most common were india china south korea vietnam and the united kingdom as numerous nations in latin america. It's awful when we hear of millions of dollars going into the wrong hands but was probably within somewhat acceptable threshold of error or margin of error. Acceptable he said because congress opted for speed over accuracy when it flooded the us economy with money less spring many non-americans who received a cheque in error are now trying to return it because they it will jeopardize their visa or immigration status bush equally. Passer saying well if they were silly enough to make this mistake could their mistake. And i'm not gonna give it back until they ask for it. Then shockley falls in that category. He's seventy four years old and was born in pennsylvania but he moved to australia becoming disillusioned with us. Politics in the nineteen sixties are always been depressed when jfk was killed. I just couldn't get over that. So i started looking for someplace else. Start over so. He gave up his u. s. citizenship. And has now been an australian citizen for about a half century his last trip to the. Us was forty years ago but he to receive stimulus money even though he's not eligible for it and does not file a us tax return. That was the weirdest thing ever check. The mail pulled out check federal reserve treasury. Tingey go over the eagle in that. It's made out to me. What's from america. What the hell's going on here. Why am i getting a check. The government just like suzanne wig force in sweden. Then shockley and australia. He mistakenly got a check because he received social security from having worked in the us. Before moving overseas. I i thought it was a joke and then i went down to the bank us. Can you do some way of verifying. This is legal. The girl come back after five minutes and says it's legal. You got the middle thank you bam. I didn't ask for the money. I didn't expect any money. But as soon as i got stuck in the bank. Yeah you're getting it back. Shockley attributes the mistake to us government incompetence complete stupidity. They're just not doing their job properly. Us treasury officials said they are continuing to assess the accuracy of the stimulus program and the recovery efforts for any eroneous payments sasha pfeiffer on morning edition from npr news.
New 9/11 Judge After Newest One Quits After 2 Weeks
"Of judges overseeing the 9 11 case of Guantanamo Bay and new judge has been named as NPR's Sasha Fiver reports. The latest judges, Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Matthew McCall. His predecessor at Guantanamo, quit after two weeks on the job before that, a caretaker judge temporarily oversaw the case after the previous judge abruptly retired after less than a year on the bench. Six judges total have now overseeing the 9 11 case in roughly the past two years that frequent personnel turnover reflects how dysfunctional the cases it's been mired in pre trial hearings for years, and at this point, a trial of the five Guantanamo prisoners accused of plotting the September 11 terror attacks. Is unlikely to begin before the 20th anniversary of that day. Sasha Pfeiffer NPR news
FOF #2896 Peaches Christ and the Witches of East Bay - burst 01
"When you're a drag queen yard time less well at least until your weight starts to break down and your makeup start crack at the end of the night. But time comes for us all even the most legendary drag queens and that doesn't always have to be a scary thing. One of our favorite movies is the witches of Eastwick, which pits three icons, shares, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle pfeiffer against the devil himself as they turned to witchcraft to manage the midlife crisis today San Francisco drag. IMPRESARIO, peaches, Christ chats with us about opening up her vaults of drag parodies for an incident viewing party of her show. The witches of East Bay where Peaches Coco Peru and Chad michaels take a look at what happens when three drag legends get older and a world dominated by pesky drag Queens plus why do J. K. Rowling and other high profile celebrities come out against trans. Inclusion eighties gay icons that became TV commercials, spokespersons and look at the amazing life of Drag Queen Hegi leg. I'm Fausto for no I'm Mark Zalin and this is feast. Five. Before we begin. Let's listen to the trailer for a peaches crisis the witches of East Spe starring Coca, Peru Chad Michaels and Thomas Dekker. You know when you're young queen and you don't understand anything everything's really confusing. CONTOURING and Tucking. You think that when you grow up and become a seasoned queen, that's GonNa make sense and. Still waiting for that day. That day ever come I've discovered that when you're truly fully relaxed, you can open your eyes and see what the world has in store for you. For me, my eyes are most open after I've enjoyed a hot steaming cup of celestial seasonings tension Tamer to. What do you? It's a short life isn't it? We all have fears. Sometimes I i. look in the Mirror and I see everything disintegrating faster and faster. A long career in drag is not for the week. Just burned my mouth. So fucking badly you know life may be short for some. But even if there's like a nuclear Holocaust, I plan on sticking around and partying with the cockroaches not really afraid of death that doesn't mean I don't have fears. You know what I see see snakes like hundreds of them and they're like crawling all over me and then disappear I'm just not there anymore it's really trippy. I don't mind the growing old or that it's a short lifer, the snakes or any of that the the pain that scares me I don't know why there needs to be so much pain in the world often caused by anonymous trolls commenting on social media. Deal the deck. Down here we just. Play the sandwiches. Hello. Hi. Peaches. Christ. Yes it is. What's Your scariest movie? Nights scariest. Say, what's your favorite scary movie. Well that's a nightmare on ELM street. One. I had a really scary movie. It's called the Selfie on my phone. On my God and I take my clothes off and I look into it. And I see myself growing old OH. Oh I used to be an atheist, but then I realized I was a sex God. But now on a sex card decline and nobody wants to worship at my temple. Because I've been stuck at home during covert quarantine. No one loves me anymore, not even myself. How are you doing today peaches? I I was doing fine a moment ago. I. Just I don't even know what was. Not sure. Well, we're kind of like thinking about you you have. Your opening your your default. Clearing the COBWEBS and showing the audiences, what they are throughout the world with really want is some of your productions that you've done over the years you during the witches of East Bay which. You know play on the witches of Eastwick, which kind of deals with. Women of a certain age and how they feel. That that's what you doing. Accuser. So used to hear that all the time this leg. I thought that you were just like you know any the the average gay guy going through his. You know mid life crisis. Interesting thing right. 'cause we live in a consumer society and we sort of been making money or being taught or whatever to not embrace aging and to look at the aging palace as something to be feared. Sometimes. Abhorred emphasis on the. When. You're eighteen. They'll tell you when you're over twenty six nobody wants you then you need S. Over thirty nobody wants you then your early thirties forties death if you're gay and then this comes you know the goal and then you get those ages and you're just like I'm just as fierce as I was back then. Yeah I mean in some in some ways. I would argue that maybe you're fiercer. I think that well, culturally right it's it's not in every culture. Is there sort of this idea of growing old being a bad thing, but it's definitely an American idea for sure or Western young and then I think if you are queer especially a gay man, you know we we adopted so many of the worst parts of. Misogyny. And so we apply that to each other and then I i. Yeah. I think for a lot of queer men sadly. It's a real thing. It's a real problem. Well, it even like in talking about intergenerational relationships or even like you know if you are somebody who is above the age of thirty and you're at a bar and you start flirting with somebody, you know this is the thing is like a lot of these twenty year old tw- inks are hit me on the hookup APPs but out in public, there are like there goes all thousand. And I met you were sending me or Dick Pic last week are you talking to your little secrets? We go out in public. Worrying a mask. Anymore. I'm really loving the mask culture because finally. People to see my face and they can. Say. They just don't even see it. Well, it's like it's like a facelift in sunway tooth kissing goodbye nobody knew. What you're doing you're you're giving into those those ideas of you know this negative ideas about aging. This is about like you know for years we've heard Middle Eastern women. I really like hiding my face and feels very comfortable. People are after. Them they not to stare at me Yes yes. Yes. We're the mask sunglasses like ray bans with mirrors on them and sometimes even a little bike helmet or a hat. So I'm basically just a robot out perfect on everybody just staring at you know staring at anything I want without repercussions about like when you're like totally like staring at a guy is like in you're wearing the mask he can't see when you like licking your lips underneath the mash. Literally drooling once in a while might might mask. The wetness comes through but. Like little, otherwise they how do they know and this is a this is good for straight men to know this like when you're not when you're a straight guy and you think you're too cool for the mask, all of us gaze wearing masks we're just. Per serving on you so hard. With that information. Jim and I see this guy and I'm just like Oh my God he's so bad. He's just like. A moment your way and I'm just like, yes. In the way my heart. Yeah it's true. You're right. You're right. That we should we should probably get back to the which is. How generous of you? To open the show with such such an amazing plug for this upcoming online screening that we're doing, and it's true that that show in a way was about I mean I talked to cocoa and chat about the fact that we were. Older Queens and that that's what the show was going to be about. So you're right. That is what the show is about. It's about is this all there is kind of thing but he ever since I've known Coco Cocos characters been this cool hip tell it like it is. You know Aunty in the Bronx who's like doesn't Old Lady for thirty years and this is why we called got dress up in drag I. think at least for me when I was in my early twenties, it was like, Hey, you can be whoever you want to be for the rest of your life as long as you can get a shake and go wig like Coca Peru and. They'll make it. How did you get cocoa to like actually change wigs because you know she's wearing Like she has. A demented Jan Brady. I guess I get you. We this was the first show. We've ever done together and we had been. In some comedy shows together doing drag Queens of comedy and she passing Lee said like, why haven't you ever asked me to be in one of your shows and I was like Well I mean you never I I I just can't imagine
'Patriotic Education': Trump Says He Will Start New Commission
"All things considered. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Sasha Pfeiffer. President Trump waded into the classroom today. He says he thinks American students need to be taught what he calls patriotic education, and he accused his political opponents of trying to brainwash Children about racism. Must clear away the twisted Web of lies in our schools, classrooms and teach your Children the magnificent truth. About our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation. In the history of the world. It's the latest development in the cultural divisions. Trump is trying to promote as part of his reelection campaign. White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins me now to talk about this item. Hello. And the president says he's going to create a new commission about this. Can you working? Tell us about that commission? Yes. So he went to the National Archives to announce that he is creating a commission to promote history education that focuses on quote the legacy of 17 76. Of course, that is the year when American colonies declared their independence from Great Britain, and this is a reaction in part against the 16 19 project. President Trump made it explicit. He said that That was the project led by the New York Times that focuses on a view of American history stemming from the year when the first enslaved Africans were brought to these shores. But it's also a reaction to the protest that we've seen this year against racial injustice. One thing about the commission to be clear about, though the federal government does not have jurisdiction over school curriculum, so it is up to schools and local and state governments to decide what to teach. And they do and they teach very different things depending on where you are. This isn't the first time the president has talked about these themes. Would you put in context? Put this in context for us politically? Yes. Oh, he's wrapping a few things together here. People on the right have long complained about the liberal bent on college campuses. That is not new. But there has been a growing effort by educators at all levels, even in elementary schools to teach Children about systemic racism. Slavery as a founding sin of the nation. The genocide of Native Americans as part of westward expansion, and President Trump objects to that strongly, saying schools are teaching Children to hate America. Our Children are instructed from propaganda tracks. Like those of Howard's in Try to make students ashamed of their own history. The left has warped, distorted and to file The American story. With deceptions, fall suits and lives. This also comes in the midst of the racial justice protests where some protesters tour down or vandalize statues of Confederate generals and founding fathers who owned slaves, and Trump has come to the defense of these statues, making them a cause of sorts as part of his re election. There is often a reason or an impetus for why Trump will say things that he knows will be provocative. Is there Do we know what he's talking about this now? Well, he's been talking about it for a little while. It's it's clear. This is part of his re election. This is a variation on themes that he talked about it during speeches and at Mount Rushmore on July 3rd the White House on July 4th. It's a theme he has been coming back to to fire up his base, sort of a variation on make America great again, harkening back to a different time. A different America. He is presenting himself as a great defender of American values and and even Western civilisation, as if to say that people who don't agree with his view of history or of what makes America great. That they are just wrong, but fundamentally trying to destroy the country. It is a very different reelection message than those used by past presidents. It's not about uplift or unifying. It's a long way. From morning in America and as if it wasn't clear already that this is part of his reelection campaign. As part of his remarks, President Trump took a very unsettle shot at Joe Biden holding up a statue of a a notable Delaware founding father and saying that when his statue was taken down by the city of Wilmington, Biden didn't speak out. That's white House correspondent. Tamara Keith. Thank you to him. You're welcome. For
Samsung's Confusing Note 20 Series - Earthquake detection, Pixel 4a First Look, Android TV update
"I'm Jason Al.. And I'm Ron Richards. And I'm Florence Ion. Yeah. Hello to the two of you and actually opening it up here because we do have the Brady Bunch on the screen to the three of you because welcoming to the show for the first time Damian wild video producer at night if five, Google also host of the night if I've daily Podcast, amy, I'm a big Fan. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Yeah. So. It's been a long time coming to come. See me previously vote. Funny. Even though this time zone differences but yeah, could be here. Yeah. I know for that. I had to apologize we often have guests on this show who are not you know over here in the you know the three time zones that we exist in here in the US or the four times rather So as a result, you are up at one am in the morning joining us him for that Oh i deeply thank you anyone who has to get up and sacrifice their sleep for this show. Thank you so much. No problem that is dedication. That's amazing. Thank you. Donnie award for staying up. On not to make it a race or competition or anything wind Matteo. Comes on it's usually like three or four PM. So his appearances happened to be like the absolute worst time but apparently, it doesn't seem to faze him that much. But anyone that has the sacrifice their sleep for a podcast like I don't know if I would do that. Well, actually I do know that I wouldn't because my podcast studios in our master bedroom. So, that would mean my wife would have to sleep in a different room and I'm not gonna put her through that just for. A race but I did do for am when I was in Romania that one time or four. jetlagged and that was my first night in Romania. So that was. Hard also works in the other direction because Jason didn't cover the Samsung of it last week. Yes. Yeah. What was that that seven am which is A sacrificing. And I was watching and solidarity because I was there with the kid watching you and listening to you Leo kind of. The show because you have a young one. So let's be real. You're probably up at least two hours prior to that anyways. So It's true. anyways. David it's really great to get you on I've I've follow nine to five Google. So closely, as you'll see in today's rundown, we have so many nine to five Google stories in here also partially because you're on and we'd like to. Work and everybody at your sites work when we bring you as on. So thanks for hopping on. We have a lot of interesting stuff to talk about. So let's jump in with some news. I can show you five new things that I can do. While now and curious not. All. Work. So cool. Thanks for that. I miss her so much I Miss Studio so much I'm not GonNa like it was definitely. It was a constant in my week that I really S. Well. anyways. While I'm missing the twit HQ, we can talk about five new things coming your android phone as was the big reveal this morning from Google. WE'RE GONNA quickly run through the five little things and then you know kind of talk a little bit about it afterwards. So the first thing is emergency location services are now available. For Eight hundred million people in twenty nine different countries, and this is actually a pretty big deal. So emergency location services, or E. L.. As they're known some places, it doesn't require hardware and he downloads or updates, and this particular ability is built into Google play services and will work for any phone running android four point one and up, which is great Some of the benefits of this include faster response times for emergency calls and better accuracy for location data. So if happened to need assistance, it'll be a little more precise than just relying on you know standard old location data. Second big new feature or earthquake alerts. Now you might be thinking, why do I care I don't live where you guys live in California, but might I remind you last week North Carolina had a random earthquake. So this probably is very well timed Now, android phones that can detect earthquakes with the android earthquakes alerts system. So it has its own name it will run an Android Pfeiffer, no devices, and above, and if you're in California receive earthquake alerts powered by shake alert, which is kind of the West Coast is program for announcing earthquakes I. Guess split-second before they happen basically duck and cover. TAP weight. Onto a little more at lighter updates to the ANDROID Speier android auto is getting a couple of new refreshed features so. Little more contextual information especially for calendar entries. So like smart displays, android auto will give us insight into the daily schedule calendar events and directions where you need to go based on those calendar events. You can also manage the preferences in the settings APP, which he didn't have much control over before. So now if you don't WanNa be bothered while you're driving, you don't have to or you can have all the alerts come out you because you're just a busy bee with places to be.
9/11 Trial Faces Another Delay: New Guantánamo Lawyer Wants 30 Months to Prepare
"The 9 11 trial was scheduled to begin in January in Guantanamo Bay. But NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer reports looks increasingly unlikely now that a new defense lawyer in the case says he needs 2.5 years to prepare. David Brooks. Past clients include Charleston, South Carolina, Church shooter Dylann Roof and one of the Boston Marathon Bombers. He's now the new lead attorney for Ramzi Bin Al Shibh, one of the five men charged in the September 11th 2001 terror attacks. He was appointed because his predecessor left the case. Brooke says an illegal filing He hasn't even met al sheep yet and faces hundreds of hours of work just reading more than 33,000 pages of hearing transcripts. He estimates it will take him at least 30 months to prepare for trial. That would be well after next year's 20th anniversary of 9 11 and the price tag of Guantanamo already more than $6 billion would continue to