35 Burst results for "Phoebe"
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Why President Donald Trump Chose to Visit Ohio
"President Trump welcome back to the Salem news channel. Well, thank you very much, Sebastian. And your show is doing great. And it's an honor to do it with you. Really great honor. Thank you, condi sir. I couldn't believe it that our team said it's now the 5th time you've been on the show. We have the full previous ones that made the news one in which you called a merely a woke traitor. You talked about the stealing of the election. Let's see if we can make some news today. First things first, mister president, could you comment on why it took a former president to go to Ohio. We have the amazing footage from you in that McDonald's. Why did you get there to help the suffering suffering people of east Palestine before forget Pete boot edge edge before even President Biden went, mister president? Well, it seemed a very natural thing to do. I was watching the news and I saw this incredible explosion and it really is having very devastating effect on water and air and everything else as you know as you've been covering it very nicely. But I saw it happening. And I was told that the fema and that the Biden administration will have nothing to do with it. They actually said, we'll have nothing to do with it. It doesn't come within the parameters of fema. And I will tell you, Phoebe is great. You know, we had a fantastic relationship for tornadoes and hurricanes and everything else he worked on. And they were told not to do it. And as soon as I announced, I didn't do it for this reason, but it worked out to be pretty good because as soon as I announced that I was going, then the Biden people announced that they were going to go and that fema was going to be there and fever was going to help them out, et cetera, et cetera. That happened. But I went there and they're incredible people. The mayor was great. The whole place was really great. And they're working very hard to get rid of that problem. It's a big problem.
The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"phoebe" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"I mean, I think my image is my energy. It's the energy that I give off and the vibes that I have. And I think that goes much farther than my physical body. But I do think it's going to make me sexier for sure. And I'm freaking excited right. Yeah, there's nothing wrong with no shame. Yeah, exactly. And I was just going to say, you know, with your weight loss, you know, you're super open with that and very transparent about losing the weight and getting into shape. And I think, you know, if everybody goes, we'll have the link in the show notes to Phoebe's Instagram. You know, you're so genuine with everybody and so sweet. And so open and encouraging to other people who might be starting on a weight loss journey or starting on a fitness journey. And there's no question in there. I just noticed that about you, where I think being open to everyone, it's not a secret. It's okay. And just sharing with them. And you're sharing this whole journey for people who might be thinking about having either a breast augmentation or any other kind of surgery. You know, it's important to hear from people who actually went through it. Yes. To realize it's not, you know, it's not maybe a scary, you might have those second, the night before jitters, what about you? It's very common to want to cancel. Well, and you know, some people have that same feeling right after. So you wake up, you go home, you're in pain, you're like, what have I done? So sometimes that, what have I done? Right after, 'cause you're just, it's a lot. And what was recovery like for you in the recovery room. But when you woke up, how did you feel right then and there? Immediately, it felt like I had, I mean, everybody uses this expression, but an elephant on your chest.
"phoebe" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Can do. That is killer from Phoebe Bridgers at the goose island tap room. Does it bother you when people say writers say great young female singer songwriter? Why isn't it just great songwriter? Singer songwriter. I think it depends on the writer. I think when I get interviewed by women or young women, it's sometimes I'll end up especially now with me too and everything I have many a time ended up talking for like two extra hours. About being a woman in music, but yeah, you know, you get indie darling about that the other day and I was like or how female fronted bands and female singer songwriters get compared always to Joni Mitchell, love Joni Mitchell. I saw nothing like Joni Mitchell. Literally nothing. It's just your only reference and male singer songwriters like no nobody would see a dude singer songwriter and a coffee shop and say, you sound like Joni Mitchell. So yeah, it's just absurd. I think it depends on where it's coming from and yeah, it's infuriating. Yeah. Let me be a guy in compare you to another female artist. When I first heard your music, I was thinking Joan didion. And I think it was because I was also I also teach journalism as literature in college, right? And we read Joan diddy. And then I read this interview where you said, you know, she's inspiring you. And I think it's that wonderful thing that she was able to do for two decades, looking at California, which is so sunny and perfect on the surface where you grew up. And then like David Lynch, right? She goes underground. What's happening under the surface? Does she inspire some of your lyrics? Yeah, I mean, I think everything that I intake and that I love inspires me, but definitely her, I love her way of talking about California specifically, but everything where she is bringing up the darkness of it, but she's not coming from a place of higher ground. She's in it. She's talking about the higher class in this horrible way. And then she's right in the thick of it and she knows that. Which, yeah, it's just like a really insightful, cool point of view. And it's weird stuff about Hollywood and California that you never
"phoebe" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Know to write a train you revolution isn't that better than the music is your make when someone comes and I can with a needle I'm in trouble. Only you're lonesome as a society for you told me not to stay something really has to kind of get in my head for me to write about it. You make this. I remember when it came out and there was all this online. And then I saw you were on all these tours. You were out on the road almost constantly, it seemed like. And I kept thinking, how did she get mixed up with that tour? What Phoebe Bridgers who does these kind of quiet acoustic tunes with this band. So what was that experience like? And why did you feel you needed to do some of that? I mean, were you told you got to do that for your career? Playing for a crowd of people who don't have any context. For your music whatsoever in some of those shows where soul sucking, but I also found a way to at least the 20 people who chose to be in the very front, they chose to be there to listen. So I try to always find a little bit of silver lining, but if there's a bar and the back of the venue, it's rough to be an acoustic act. And actually, this may be one of the only times I got sane advice from Ryan. He told me that when the room's getting loud, you should just get really, really quiet. His little freak him out. It's actually kind of true. Like
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Man Who Got Away From the White House
"Let me drill down on this because the Abraham accords matters so much to history. You're a constant in the president of the constant in this. Yousef doesn't change TV doesn't change NBC doesn't change. But what changes is Pompeo replaces Tillerson. I don't know Tillerson, so I won't talk about it. I know Mike very well. But ambassador O'Brien replaces ambassador Bolton. How does that matter? And I mean, you're pushing for the same thing for four years. You start with the embassy, you end up with the Abraham accords and even after the Abraham accords the F-35s, the Western Sahara, the Sudan issues, you just followed it through Phoebe is a constant. The only two things that change are at the 7th floor of state and at the west wing office that everybody sees in every shot O'Brien for Bolton. Why do those two matter and you're constancy matter? I think that that mattered in that when they both came in, it took Trump a while again. I always say that the first night he slept in Washington. He slept in The White House, right? So he wasn't a mayor. He wasn't a governor. He wasn't a senator. And so it took him a while to find the right people who understood what he was trying to accomplish and who were competent and enabling for him to do that. So I write about Mike coming in and replacing Tillerson and how I went to Mike and said, look, there's only one Secretary of State you're the Secretary of State. I'm working on this file. I'm making progress. Do you want me to go off the file? And Mike says, no, no, no, no, you're doing great with it. Just keep running. Anything you need I'll be available and actually write something about how with Tillerson, it was impossible to get him. You want to get him on the phone. It would take three, four days, and then a conversation would last 30 minutes, and you wouldn't really accomplish much because it would be mostly either less during you or complaining about stuff. With Mike, a conversation would take under three minutes. He was very to the point, very decisive. And I would say by definition, he could do ten times more diplomacy. And that's also why he was always so available and reachable and really a great Secretary of State. With
AP News Radio
Tony Dow, big brother Wally on 'Leave it to Beaver,' dies
"Leave it to beaver actor Tony Dow has died according to his art agent a day after Dao's death was prematurely reported on Facebook Dow was 77 I marches are a letter with the latest Phoebe Tony Dow was 12 when he was cast on leave it to beaver as WALL-E the older brother of Theodore beaver cleaver played by Jerry mathers While he had other roles Dow was so known for playing WALL-E that he reprised the role in the 1980s for the new leave it to beaver series Dao's later work as a sculptor was well regarded but he told the AP in 2012 it was hard to be taken seriously Dow announced in May he had been diagnosed with prostate and gallbladder cancer a Facebook post on Tuesday had reported his death but his wife and management said it had been announced in error
It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"phoebe" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"That moment, when you're at this healer's office and she places her hands over your liver. Where exactly even is your liver? Somewhere down there. And the moment that she tells you that she feels your resentment, getting smaller, what's your first thought, what's your first reaction laying on that table? Well, she told me to write a letter to my dad. And was like, that was the first time. I don't want to do that. And she made me start drinking less coffee, but this is all pretty extreme. I was drinking like ten cups of coffee a day. Phoebe. I know, rough. I was very anxious and also she said that to me without any context of my life. She does definitely have some weird stuff. Where I'm like, are you my email? What's happening? So we had talked a little bit about resentment and stuff, and then she said that to me out of nowhere. In the middle of telling me to eat more salad or leafy greens, or whatever, she was like, also, your resentment is getting smaller, I can feel it. And I just, to be recognized in that way, it's like when you're a therapist, tells you you're doing a good job, or you're doing the best you.
It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"phoebe" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Most for me is probably Chinese satellite? Pretending to be my soul. When you sing, I've been running around in circles, trying to be myself. Why would somebody do this on purpose. When they could do something else? And then you say, drowning out the morning birds with the same three songs over and over. With the same three songs over and over, I'm.
It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"phoebe" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"About that. But yeah, you do wish you had more time to hash it out. Overly.
It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"phoebe" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"On today's episode, Phoebe Bridgers. 2020 was a huge year for Phoebe. Her album punisher came out to major critical acclaim. NPR music named it their number four best album of the entire year. Phoebe also snagged four Grammy nominations, including one for best new artist. We are bringing Phoebe's interview with former host Sam Sanders back for you because her music. The haunting soothing, acoustic guitar filled tracks, got a lot of our team through that first year of the pandemic. Phoebe and Sam talk about success and fame and whether you actually get to enjoy it. And they'll unpack some of the songs and lyrics from punisher. All right, here's Sam and Phoebe. I gotta say, I am excited about all of my interviews, but rarely nervous about the many more, but I gotta admit, I was a little nervous about this one. Because Phoebe, you have been literally the soundtrack to my 2020. I'm not kidding. I'm not kidding. Thank you so much. I can not tell you how many times I have literally been walking through the Woods, watching my dog chase deer that she'll never catch, listening to Phoebe Bridgers, and also maybe sometimes crying just a little bit. Thank you for the catharsis. I love that so much. I love that that's my compliment. I've signed myself up to being like, man, I lost it so hard the other day in my car, and I'm like, thank you. That's great. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it is a really timely year for an album, like punisher. Which deals with themes of boredom and melancholy and sadness and loss. It's a really timely year for that kind of album to come out when we're all having to really sit with those emotions more than usual. I mean, you couldn't have planned it better. Yeah, it seemed it seemed like I couldn't have planned it worse. In the beginning, I'm glad I wasn't one in the middle of making something or in the middle of a tour, but I had literally just finished the record. Well, I finished the last music video for the record, like the day before lockdown, where we were all like, is this real? Is this what's happening? And then I finished, or I was done on the next week then fly to Japan for tour. Yeah, it's been a nightmare, but I think people are answering how are you more accurately this year, which is oh my God, yeah. So rad. Like, instead of like, oh my gosh, fine, everything's great. The answer now the obligatory answer is, well, you know, everything sucks, but. Yeah. How are you? As this 2020 kind of comes to a close. I am very lucky. I have experienced nothing other than boredom, no personal losses, you know, again, the collective trauma of reading and watching too much news, so I'm doing relatively fine. How are you? You know, I'm good. I actually had been in LA for years and I came back home to Texas around July to be closer to family. And yeah, it's just been like 6 months of not having a permanent address, half my stuff in storage, a few things are here, and just getting used to that uncertainty. I'm 36 years old now. I'm pretty methodical. And this year has been just flexbox fucks. But you make peace with it and you're stronger for it, I think. So I'm ultimately fine. Thank you for asking. Yeah. Yeah, that sounds, it reminds me of tour a little bit that feeling of just being like in between moves or people who are making big life choices and then are like, well, I guess it just has to remain kind of half done. Exactly. Yeah. How much do you miss tour? Because you've talked about Tori and some of the lyrics in the album are alluding to tour life. I can't tell if you love being on tour or hate it or something in between. Yeah, the answer is yes. I tweeted at the very beginning of the pandemic and I still think about it every day, which is I can't wait to hate tour again. I actually, I went on a small press trip in New York in February and I was having that kind of like welling up overwhelmed feeling where I was like, oh my God, like I'm asking for it again. I'm going to be miserable again. I'm so busy and I'm the queen of kind of leaving my dock kit in a hotel room and not realizing it for three days and having my manager like ship it to like just having all your it takes so much to be a human being and just day to day life but on tour. You're like, oh my God, did I mean you're humanist when you spot every day? Yeah, you're like, did I leave my wallet at the love's truck stop or just it's like mental math every day? And now I'm finding myself really romanticizing that and missing it. So I'm trying to I'm trying to be grateful for this time, but also I miss tore so much. Yeah. I would go on the worst tour on earth right now if I could. Really? Yeah, if I could snap my fingers. Yeah. It's a weird time to be a creative, though, because you have more time to create. You have more time to sit down and write songs if you want to. But so often, I think what sparks creativity is serendipity. Yes. And chance encounters. And those are just happening in the last, have you found this year to be more inspiring as a songwriter or less? I think I'm always kind of the same. I think that was slightly I think that was disappointing because no, it's not. It's fun. But because being on tour, you feel like you're having an affair with music, where you're, you know, you sneak backstage for 20 minutes and you try to hash out a little idea that you had or like my song save your complex, I wrote in my sleep on accident. Like just the melody, I could never, I could never write words in my sleep, but I had this, I woke up with this weird melody in my head, and there's something so romantic.
The Charlie Kirk Show
How You Can Support the Amazing K-9 Project
"In closing here, I want you to talk about the canine project, how people could support it. I don't want to oversimplify it, but if people are listening, Phoebe. If people want to financially support giving dogs to veterans who need them, is that something they could do. So tell us the website, how they can get behind it. Absolutely a 100%. So it's pretty simple. This program, the canine project comes under the trident house charities with the national UDT navy seal museum. So folks go to the national UDT navy seal museum website, which is navy seal museum dot org. Is that right Philly? Okay? And then when you go in there, just search for trident house charities and read through and there's a very simple process by which you can donate. Cool. Okay? The other thing that's also really cool, which when we got involved with the museum a while back, was they throw these really fantastic events. And they're very diverse. Some events are super fun, canine, demonstration, some are full navy seal capability demonstrations with seal operators and helicopters and kind of like reenactment. Like reenactment of combat, but all in fun.
NPR's Book of the Day
"phoebe" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day
"And <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> you're always want to <Speech_Female> be in a space where <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> at <Speech_Female> least I was for <Speech_Female> a while where I was like, oh, <Speech_Female> I want to be likeable. <Speech_Female> I don't want people <Speech_Female> to think that <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> have resting <Speech_Female> bitch face or <Speech_Female> whatever, which is something <Speech_Female> that no guys <Speech_Female> ever, you know, <Speech_Female> do you think <Speech_Female> Vladimir <Speech_Female> Putin is like, I <Speech_Female> hope I don't have <Speech_Female> resting bitch face in <Speech_Female> his interview. He's <Speech_Female> like not <Speech_Female> concerned with that, <Speech_Female> which is so freeing, <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> so this was our <Speech_Female> senior year. This is our <Speech_Female> thesis class, and we <Speech_Female> were already <Speech_Female> plays and screenplays <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> short story <Speech_Female> collections and poetry <Speech_Female> collections. And there's one <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> girl in my <Speech_Female> class. <Speech_Female> She's very <Speech_Female> sweet, but she <Speech_Female> just recently <Speech_Female> discovered that she <Speech_Female> was a <Speech_Female> lesbian, which I was like, <Speech_Female> yes, that's amazing <Speech_Female> that you found yourself. <Speech_Female> And so <Speech_Female> she wrote this <Speech_Female> play that I <Speech_Female> think she was the thing <Speech_Female> it was coming from a good <Speech_Female> place. It really was, <Speech_Female> but she wrote this play <Speech_Female> about <Speech_Female> slavery. <Speech_Female> The only black <Speech_Female> person in this writing <Speech_Female> class just to <Speech_Female> preface this. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> basically the <Speech_Female> slave <Speech_Female> had a chance <Speech_Female> to get her freedom, <Speech_Female> but she <Speech_Female> turned it down <Speech_Female> to stay <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> being a slave at that <Speech_Female> plantation or whatever <Speech_Female> because her <Speech_Female> in the slave masters <Speech_Female> daughter <Speech_Female> were <Laughter> having an affair <Speech_Female> or whatever. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> it just was very <Speech_Female> bizarre and <Speech_Female> I kind of had <Speech_Female> to speak up and be like, <Speech_Female> you know, I don't <Speech_Female> think any slave <Speech_Female> would be like <Speech_Female> heart pass on <Speech_Female> freedom. <Speech_Female> I'm <Speech_Female> gonna keep <Speech_Female> picking cotton <Speech_Female> so I could hook <Speech_Female> up with this chick <Speech_Female> twice a week. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> You know what I <Speech_Female> mean? It was just really, <Speech_Female> it was tough because I was <Speech_Female> the only black person in <Speech_Female> the room, so everyone was looking <Speech_Female> at me as soon as it was <Speech_Female> like a slavery thing. And I <Speech_Female> was like, should I say <Speech_Female> something? Should <SpeakerChange> I not say <Speech_Female> something? I was really going <Speech_Female> back and forth about it, but <Speech_Female> I was like, I can't, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> if you want to write <Silence> a story about slavery, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> by all means <Speech_Female> do it, but <Speech_Female> it has to come from <Speech_Female> a place that's <Speech_Female> respecting <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> the past and <Speech_Female> respecting the <Speech_Female> people <Speech_Female> in it and <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> I just told <Speech_Female> myself I can't <Speech_Female> not <Speech_Female> speak <Speech_Female> up or <Speech_Female> stand up for myself <Speech_Female> because I'm afraid <Speech_Female> that people are not <Speech_Female> going to like <Speech_Female> me because <Speech_Female> I'm <SpeakerChange> a black <Speech_Music_Female> woman who has an opinion. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Phoebe Robinson, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> her new book <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> is you can't touch my <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> hair and other things <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> I still have to <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> explain. <Speech_Music_Female> Thanks so much, Phoebe. <Speech_Music_Female> Thank you so much. Have a great <Music>
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
AJ Shares a Playboy Magazine Article From 1996
"Let me read this article to you guys and because it's hard to get old Playboy articles, you got to buy, you got to buy them, you got to, that's a whole thing. I got my guy, Bill Melville, who's a patron who fishes these things out for me. I can't find it. I don't know how he does it, but he does it. So with all due apologies and don't judge me because, you know, I was younger and the world was different. And what can I tell you? I got turned on when I watched Friends. So I think most guys can understand this, so with some apologies, I will read this to you now. I'm going to get right down to why I tune in to friends. Actually, tune in as a mild way of describing my loyalty to the NBC sitcom. Let me tell you why nothing else in my miserable life matters during that half hour every Thursday night, and why nothing. Not even a triple homicide going down behind my couch could tear me away. I don't know why I said that. That's just bad writing. It's about action, pure and simple. It's about me pretending to have a shot at Phoebe, Rachel or Monica, or all three at the same time. I'm not choosy. It's about three stunners suddenly moving into my town. And me not having their phone numbers. To me, and I'm all, I really care about Thursday nights. The show is about comedic timing or the physical aside or the nuances of being young in New York City or the cutesy give and take the sextet has developed. Not at all. It's about t-shirts and tight pants and perfect hair and me not knowing where to train my eyeballs when one of the girls bounces into the fluffy two bedroom in the west village.
"phoebe" Discussed on Forever35
"Can find you if they're not following you already on instagram twitter. At dope queen fiends says he h. e. b. s. And you can follow me there. I'll be promoted book. The stand up special which comes out. Hbo tober fourteenth call. Sorry gary tuchman by dude series on instagram. Called thirsty thursday. Where i just sort of wax ho athletic as i like to call it about Different male celebs. How hot. they are When they also pose you know social justice stuff not activists would not claim that title but just sorta like spread awareness. What do whatever little bit that i can't. So it's a little bit of limited series says doll. i'm not one of those people who's like their stories. Are you know this. Huge lipsey is across like those guys. Get this bitch busy. So i can stories but it's not too ignorant so yeah and your new book is please. Don't sit. i'm a bad in your outside close and it's so funny brilliant. Yeah it's fantastic. Thank you so much for coming on the show appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Guys are both fantastic. It really appreciated since a lot of fun own. Phoebe is one of those people who makes me feel like i'm doing the lease adult. These new task lists system. I'm sure like. I mean she is just she is so much going on. It's amazing does. Yeah it's so. Cool i mean i should just like one of those talented and everything people. She also has a head for business. Her chapter on being a boss is both hilarious and fantastic advice. Yes i loved it all right. Let's move on to our own intentions. Kate how is your carpal tunnel. It a stretch my wrist. Because i was just thinking about it. It was feeling better than i did. Bicep curls the other day in those those didn't make them feel good. So i have to have to not do bicep curls anymore. I have talked about with my trainer. I'm not going to do them anymore. But it is feeling a little bit better. i also i had I just got a new computer. So i'm still kind of working that out but i had a little like a little lift that i put on my keyboard that i need to order again because it really it actually really helps With my wrist pain. 'cause i've gotten i've gotten carpal tunnel like my job is in my wrists you know. Yeah so he's a pat on your keyboard. I've tried it. And i don't like them. Okay jeez a risk pat on your mouse pad. Same answer is an ergonomic mouse. No and i also don't like those listened layoff dory don't get to ergonomic. Listen i'm just. I'm just trying to help. But i don't want my help apple products were made to give you carpal tunnel yet. Which is why. I don't use them with my apple computer i have. I've actually tried all those things. And i have my don't know how to say this in a way that makes sense but my brain has a very hard time adapting to it just as it doesn't feel good mentally but then the repercussions doesn't feel good physically. So i appreciate your advice. I've just tried it all and it hasn't really quite worked mentally for me. I just. I started using economic mouse. When i started getting like a tingling fingers and then i was like oh this totally solve the problem. Anyway i'll let you figure you're shit out. I know in advice is not wanted wanted. It's just a check kidding. What about this week. Oh he will this week per national discussion. I want to try to keep going with my daily planner. Pat great planner pad fan. I love this energy for you and also thank you to balanced bound for sending us these products. Because i don't know if i would have ever tried this on my own. I think i would have been like. I won't use a notepad. And now i literally am making love to this note pad on a daily Alright so dory yeah. Last week you had a goal of scheduling some rating. Time for yourself. And i did. I did this. I checked this off you did. Did you get a dopamine hit. Do you think when you checked at all. I think i did. Yeah cool this week. I've talked about the power zone. Pack challenge on this podcast before we have over two hundred people signed up for the challenge. Which is Hell it's not. It's not peleton sponsored but it is based on peleton rides and it starts on monday well by the time it comes out it will have started on monday and my intention. This week is to do the weeks powers own rides subtle. Be three rides. That's my that's my intention for the week dory. Are you still doing it well. I'm signed up. But i'm already feeling overwhelmed so i don't know how long i'm gonna last okay but i'm gonna try great and if i don't succeed myself and doing all these rights i will definitely be cheering you in the groupon. Great virtually of course since none of us are doing this person. But you know what. I mean. I do well. We'll see on the bike and also see you back here on the podcast. Yeah and just never uncovered thirty five is hosted and produced by me or issue freer and kate. Spencer houston edited by sammy. Cuneo sam reid. Is our project manager. Our network partners eight caste identities by babies..
Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
"phoebe" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
"A way to reverse. This would spell really asked libby how you must find the fairy door in broadleaf forest and ask the help of the fairy that lives there explain the mermaid but there are millions of trees in broadly forest said libby however will be fined one fairy door amongst them he said the mermaid passing an object to phoebe outstretched hand. It was a tiny flute. Made from a slender seashell blow on this flute. And the creatures of the forest will show you the way now. Though quickly the longer the prince remains onto the warlock spell the harder it will be to undo the magic. There was clearly no time to waste so the sisters got to their feet and said farewell to their mermaid friend. Broadly forest was on the edge of the city and so it didn't take them long to reach the first trees. We can't go inside. Libby said phoebe. She grasped her sister's arm there a strange creatures towel dangers where sure to be eaten by something with big teeth and claws. But if we don't try the principal remain a koala forever said libby. Try the flute phoebe. Let's see what happens. And so phoebe did just that playing a few simple notes that karen into the trees instantly. Two birds landed on a nearby branch and pointed a wing along a narrow path. It must be the way then said libby come on and so. The girls made their way through the forest guided by birds and squirrels and deer. Even a bear helped them at one point. Eventually it was a fox that took them up to the base of an ancient oak tree that contain the ferry door olot. Do we do now ask phoebe. I suppose we not said libby. She bent ford and tapped lightly three times upon it for a moment. Nothing happened it appeared. Nobody was home but then the door creaked. And a tiny ma'am with a flower for a hat appeared murillo pew. He said yawning. I hope so said libby. A dreadful thing is happened. At the palace the wicked warlock vanc- mirror his ruined. The princess lucretia wedding by turning her prints into a koala bear. Oh my said the ferry. That'll never do. Oh dear me. The ferry gave his body shake and too delicate wings appeared upon his back. He stretched them out and gave them a flutter. That's been a wall since i use these. He explained before launching himself into the air. He flew around and around the girls. Faster and faster leaving a trail of sparkles in the air as he went. Then with a pop. The girls realized they were standing in the princesses chamber the princess. The king and queen several guests and a handful of servants all surrounded the bed where prince thomas sat in the shape of a koala. They were almost surprised to see the sudden arrival of the to flatter girls from the wedding and even more surprised to see an actual ferry hollering beside them. The ferry made haste to the prince's side and studied his furry form or maybe just in time he said the spell is dark magic indeed. But it's no match for mine. He began to fly around and around the koala and slowly but surely the koala began to change as it tumbled backwards into the pile of cushions stacked upon the bed. Thought should do it said the ferry. Everyone waited patiently. As the cushions mood and the opera body the prince appeared goodness. May he said what. Am i doing here to be wearing any clues much. To his surprise everybody began laughing and cheering. Such was the delight in the room that he found himself joining into. And so the very next day libby and phoebe once again acted as flower girls at the wedding of princess lucretia and prince thomas and this time there was no trouble at all from grumpy warlocks. The fairy made sure of that the and..
Comedy Bang Bang
"phoebe" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Accents on the show about a year ago. Yeah all right well anyway. anyway. I don't think pick. Why don't judge cut this all out for me baby weight cut the entire segment is the other person amphibious all right. Well can you stick around. We do have to break. I'll be here. you'll be here john. We're gonna come back. We have pastor passed a with us. We also have phoebe bridges and we have a driver coming up and we're going to get to it whether it's many driver or not. That'll be my first question. Are you minnie driver. I don't be so on the other side of this break. We're gonna find out boy. We're gonna fuck around and then find out we'll be right back with more comedy. Bang bang after this talk comedy bang. Bang we're back. Phoebe bridges the reunion tour september three through approximately november. Three probably sometime tober. I once went to the greek around. Win you're playing. It was the coldest it ever been worried about like that. Yeah i'm just going to go full under armor every show. Yeah what about your fans. You not worrying about their freezing. Who cares. well we also have pastor pass to here past to pass but it depends on what you're from because now feel like you're mocking me. I would never do that from orange. County i refuse to answer how do they. How do they call clergy that right. Yeah you did that right. Don't answer because it ain't about you just it's not about you. Speaking of the greek did they ever get them there. I don't have no idea never saw the movie me. This is taking the whole movie. They're trying to get a man to theater. Yeah as far as i'm concerned like. I look at look it up on google maps. It'd be like twelve minutes. It's z ninety minutes of not. They got uber and all that it could have been really quick. Didn't get it. I didn't get the movie. I don't understand anyway my question for you. What's your favorite type of pasta. Excuse me you got me talking. Funny yeah. I'm so. Sorry i like yeah. I like the old farfalla. I used to order that all the time. When i worked at a you'll have to hear mayor. No no that's a that's a segment on my other show restaurant. You gotta pay to listen to that one. You know percents of free. That's a free show but you'll hear it every week. What restaurants i worked. This is a shameless plug. If we do. We're not doing yet. No we have not opened up the hand up to my chest. You're a man. I can touch you on the allowed to go topless and it's probably topless here by the way with just a gold chain. It's not a loose one. It's like a joker spikes back crazy. Nobody just back. I don't like people like people come to your neck. Oh well we do have to get to. Our next guest is okay. Do you hope it's minnie driver. I hope it's many god. It'd be great to see amazing to silly. So i used to mess with when used to mess with it used to dabble used to dabble soak. Oh my god. I used to fool her. Oh wow okay well. Let's see let's see if it is her. Nope not got a different name. Unless mini drivers changed her name to fred pastors use a chameleon. He a driver. Oh he's been on the show before. Please welcome to the show. Fred head as scott. How you doing i remember you. You remember me remember you. You appearance here on the show that i would never area icon that you must follow up on of course. This is phoebe by the way. Phoebe nice to meet you. I saw you spanish guitar. That was also. it's funny. I've actually. I've actually been smashed by a guitar. I have a wayward. snl oh no. I just have week. I have a week body. And i picked up a fender telecaster at fell right on top of me. Oh a for myself yes. Yes and it can't smashing me moan similar to like the end of a concert me on fire home played me with its t stop. Okay good though. I appreciate that. Yeah it was years ago of back issues. I can't sleep at night because of during the day. Though i'm gonna sleep during the night of by hold myself by my feet from a little gull. Okay sometimes i use so. I have a question say tagliatelli. Tagliatelle ahead tagliatelle. Ken had a nice talk to him. Some garlic not honey. I will same tradition with that. This show of course not. Okay well now. I believe you brought us out like each other right now the way you look anyway anyway. Detail had lamb ragu. Yes i love i mean. Sometimes you know. I used to be chicken beef only and hello you lost me atlanta. You know what. I mean. You know what i mean. I do know what you know. What i mean from from gooseneck georgia. I heard something. That gooseneck georgia i. I know hogue baby. I was born in a field. Am right down okay. My mom lay down behind a bunch of corn and had my own. Yeah don't play. No not a epidurals not episode yet. My ass out can't work. Those field came out her mouth. You about your throat. Oh yeah. I know but i know. That's all we like ed zone throw baby. Okay so scott you wanna throw baby baby. I think i get what it's implying. What it is what it is. But i'm yes go ahead. You said i'm happy i'm happy. Just we'll be back here. You remember me i drive. I'm gonna go in anywhere. I'm half happening. I'm hapless atlas. What does that mean you. You're going about the day. I'm falling over. While let me ask you say. I don't wanna get too personal. No blaze asked me whatever you want. But what are your measurements. I got a twenty eight inch waist. My shoulders forty inches of two. And i wished i was. I'm four seven okay. Did not realize yeah. You a booster seat. Yeah i do have a booster. I got one of those plastic losers seeds from nineteen eighties and have them anymore. No i've been looking for a heart as report and i can't find another. They got these donors for you know when you broke you tim when you tailbone broken tailbone thank god no. They ain't got no brown plastic engine tation inundation. Ct very similar to the c. Team doctor me about throw baby. Maybe what he'll throw. Baby what do you need. You remember beauty queens. I got a nineteen eighty eight camaro convertible with the bath mat on the back. And i drive beauty. Quays i and horr- aides are back. Parades are back. That's right you would drive them in parade. Those were protests. Actually i was trying to take a left right into one of.
Fred + Angi On Demand
Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up
"So bridge take our phoebe. Dinosaur and pete davidson have reportedly split after a short five months of dating man. He's had a lot of girlfriends I'm hearing that. Things started to fizzle after their busy schedules starting to started to it difficult to see each other also like he's from the uk. I think Phoebe has had back to back. Filming with jason in the uk and pete has been back here filming snl and also a new movie with kaley called meet cute obviously all the travel restrictions haven't helped them being able to see each other either so quick will romance and it's
Mojo In The Morning
Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Reportedly Break Up
"Has it that richardson star phoebe. Dinosaur and as an pete davidson have split after five months of data exile in meghan. He's available friends close to that. Say that their relationship started to fizzle because and in their work. Schedules are not. Which makes it really difficult for them to see each other. It started as a whirlwind relationship. If you remember. They were both kind of flying overseas to hang out with each other all of the time. She was constantly in new york. He was constantly in england but over. Time it's just become increasingly obvious that it was going to be real difficult to make it work. So she's filming the second season of bridge retain in the uk and promoting that in the meantime pete's doing snl and he's also working on a new film called meet q. With kaley cuco so it seems that things have been really cooled
"phoebe" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"So it's a quick way to grow and they've been again. They've had a partnership with them for a while. So it's not a huge surprise. The thing is that they're just going deeper. They're kinda doubling down because they're investing in the larger company. I like this. This makes me wanna finally find out where nordstrom is near me. Oh we have a nordstrom rack. Though that i can get to so this is this is still going to be convenient and wonderful for me. This is why all our news stories are about about whether it makes lisa happy. This one does checks the box bouba excellent next story i have good news for the Sashes designer hiring and firing watchers out there. Phoebe filo is back left selene more than three years ago. She left selene where she was artistic director and every time a big fashion house had an opening for a head designer. I was just like waiting to see if it was going to be her. I was like uh she's available but instead of going to an established brand she is introducing her own brand named phoebe filo. Lvmh is backing it but only has a minority stake which basically means. She is calling all the shots. They are kicking some box. But it's phoebe brand not an lvmh brand. All we know is that the line is going to offer clothing and accessories. Were not really sure. What's going to be the focus beyond that. Apparently we're gonna find out in january so like i'm sort of sorry that i'm bringing it up because i don't have more to tell you but like i'm also just excited that this has been announced we know what's going to be high end because that's her bread and butter. She did ten years at celine. And before that five years that khloe. So if you're familiar with either of those brands you know that it's going to be sort of like mature refined a little bit minimalistic. I think and so it'll be really something to see like what her own self named brand looks like. I'm so excited about this. I was waiting to see where she was going to land her having her own label. Sounds like the perfect way to do it. Especially with that. Lvmh money because you need that money to get you go win. This is going to be fair. Exciting to see. I think the fashion world has been at a loss without her design on her voice being featured anywhere. So i i want to see what comes next. But she has this level of sophistication and kind of a very interesting. I designed that whatever she puts out. I want to see. I don't know if i can afford it but somebody can dream. I can dream. I can look. I'm just browsing. Yes browsing could be inspired by. But i'm glad that it's going to end on her terms. Yeah and i'm hoping that means like her vision is not compromised that she doesn't have to filter through another label. Like it's pretty exciting. That's ending up this way. So i'm really excited to see what happens and i'm really excited that it's just one brand. It's one line. It's not her having to hustle doing something being creative director for another brand and also trying to do her own line. It's one thing one singular focus and you know. Hopefully that means preventing a lot of the burnout that i think we're seeing other designers blessings. Blessings styles awesome seabees back. I'm loving it. I just realized that the door is closed in that closet. And i'm looking at a mirror. I thought i was looking into a different part of the closet. I thought your mom's closet was huge. I was looking at a mirror. This is why great design will. Do you put a mirror in the right place. That just makes the space look bigger. Dang like once i saw your shoulder move twice in symmetry i was like oh shit mirrors mirrors save the day. Okay next story. New york fashion week may get a different location this year. At least in part the fifth avenue association wants to host shows at six o eight fifth avenue. The fifth avenue association is the business improvement district that promotes retail hotels and restaurants along fifth avenue. Visit a story about a bid. Which i don't get to talk about very often butt heads are like the neighborhood association that tries to draw attention. Draw marketing drop people to come to their areas of the city. Business improvement district right. They tend to be some people who are really dedicated to the area. That are just trying to bring those dollars into neighborhoods usually. You don't know about them unless you're really dorky. And into retail like mehan lisa dot association wants to kind of bring new york fashion week focus to their area. It has a relationship with the fda and is going to work with the organization to ensure its schedule aligns and as part of the new york fashion week schedule they are offering designers and brands the opportunity to present the collections at a three story building in the middle of that part of town. It's going to be transformed into a runway presentation and activation space and it's available for events from september eighth through the thirteenth. So how it set up right now. The first floor will be the runway hair. Makeup will be located on the lower level and brands will be on the second floor. And there's a hashtag for it new york fashion week on fifth hashtag n. y. f. w. on fifth. So they're really pushing for this. Because i think fifth avenue needs some attention right. Now what do you think about new york fashion. We kind of being split up like this going to another neighborhood. What do you think about fifth avenue. They're really kind of like put trying to get some attention. What do you think of at least a. I think this is really smart as soon as you mentioned the address i googled excited feeling. I knew where it was. And it's the block that rockefeller center is on. So it's that part of fifth avenue that has it's like saint patrick's cathedral rockefeller center. It's right. it's two blocks from cartier. It's three blocks from tiffany flagship. It's right there. It's in places where there's a mix of high and low end right like there's an agent on fifth avenue but there's also the cartier and i think it still fifth avenue was still a destination for people who come to new york whether they're us tourist or international and so to put like parts of fashion week there Where people can actually see things catch a glimpse of something maybe happening.
Monocle 24: Section D
"phoebe" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Phoebe filo is lauded for her ability to produce garments that women want to wear clothing made with the female gaze in mind with news that the designer will launch her very own upon us brand. There is much anticipation to see. What the former creative director of celine would do next regular monaco. Twenty four voice and fashion journalist dana. Thomas tells us what we can expect from. Filers return to the fashion industry. Phoebe filo is a designer who went to saint martin's in london with still mccartney and they were gal pals and when stella was appointed to khloe. She brought phoebe with her as her number. Two and i met phoebe back then when they were just kids. I think they were twenty two twenty three years old. I remember seeing her on that first day. Chloe when they arrived she had big overalls on and a tee shirt and she had bosler gold things on her teeth and she just seems so kind of radical london in in chic paris. I couldn't believe it. Phoebe took over khloe and she really did turn it into something very fun. I mean still had already given a good launch and then phoebe took it to a whole new height because she's just got this great talent for understanding she's got a pulse on what women want and back then. It was young women in their early thirties or late twenties. Who wanted it's cool. Fund fashion baby doll dresses and funky pants. That were well tailored fit you. Well and we're beautifully made but they were luxury kind of luxury. Hippie wear away and she really did tap into that market but you could already start seeing some of her talent in tailoring a more mature kind of design sort of seeping in quietly in technique. So when she went to saline she was tapped by lvmh takeover. Saline saline then needed a bit of pumping up..
CAS Rejects Ogwumike, Williams’ Bid to Represent Nigeria in Tokyo
"A pair of W NBA stars won't be going to the Olympics after trying to switch teams to basketball players who played professionally in the United States and wanted to represent Nigeria at the scheduled summer Olympics will not get to do so. The Court of Arbitration for Sport Rejected an appeal on behalf of WNBA's stars Nicaragua, McQuay and Elizabeth Williams. Both have ties to Nigeria through their parents. This upheld a ruling by Phoebe, the governing body of basketball, which in a statement wrote that although both players have played for the USA after the age of 17 and participated in the qualifying process to the Tokyo Olympics, they recently requested an exceptional change of their national status. Even noted the players would have to wait a three year period since their last game of the USA to be eligible to play at the Olympics. Nicaragua, McQuay's younger sisters, Chinese and Erica will play for the
Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"phoebe" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"I <hes> dated obviously of data girls that drink every now than my lesson coach other exes solic- china forbid and choose a bartender. So that was like the closest. I'd get were the most amount of involvement with alcohol own tolerate new nuys mid-march fouls alcohol does certain law clearly isas encyclopedia day. Did you have while. He's crazy vic- why he's is interesting. When a lot of your exes are crazy british. All i think something a Alcoholic is like a. Aw phoebe was favorite thing to do with a guy be more specific Besides all sex a little more specific an hour in the of the guy was clearly not a podcast but watching movie. Cudjoe talk about things happening in our lives and make each other propeller that may be read together as well. I used to elect to read book to my just read out loud Their chilling act at. Why are you know like it's orange constant all stop it. I feel like. I was in the same boat where i started in sciences. To just like i do enjoy. I like acting and making people up making people feel awkward. Pretty good at it. Do you have any advice for girls on trying to find love. No because i haven't found one either. But i'm very stubborn so i'll i had ex-boyfriend at number moves on on him and i still. I still love him. But i'm not sure if i want to be with him or not buns still like he's still there and as you wanna be with him somehow. Wednesday may be so i don't really i can see just in view of someone that fight for it. Don't don't let other people were it produce down even though everyone says he's but if you find a little bit good like someone from the bbc relationships testify being an abusive relationship that they say you got to listen to your friends. Who support group. I think but also as paula's sometimes it works out. People change maybe a great place to end. Yes yeah did you have a good time. Was it everything you hoped for. <hes> what did you enjoy the most about this everything so forth just fun to chat with you always is one that you like Much beyond us seem to have gotten hang mostly by by by bye nameless. Phoebe deer run the last night. Now all right bye.
Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"phoebe" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"Did it have to be tall guy. Yeah i don't have. My standard is very low. Hurts okay great. And what about penis size. Do me a lot about penis size like my preference like normal size. what's normalcy. What a lot of guys sitting on edge right now with their fingers well facing to my vagina. then it's pay his off. Met a guy with penis to know it. Lick lengthwise know wits. No it's just so sad. We did have sex. I know i'm like oh you're looking for this when we have sex there's When when he's doing that the air will go in so it will keep making up noise. I all just. I hope you can feel khorasan. I'm just thinking about my dog my life and why am i going to answer all that up request questions. When he is in the meantime. I have to remember to moan when he said is a good. Yes get over it and to have that right. I mean you took one for the team. That's for sure. I if more people did that there would be less shooters. Gods darn it and one thing was actually kind of interested about. Do you care but like shave not shaved talking about specifically pena's area. I iran is good to be clean. If it's harry what you sock the state you can eat their hair and sometimes doesn't Don't why their penis after they p right girls see how the end there he might go opting their hair. And maybe just maybe including okay but if the guy just showered still no. I don't wanna eat their hair. Feel almost the same way in regards to girls. But some guys like harry. Yeah but i've never met met one you for guys cleanly shaved bureau. He was expecting to have sex..
Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"phoebe" Discussed on Best Before Date: Pandemic Alternative to Dating
"Let's get. It looks like chuck choco. Were already on it but this is the first name we can do. Okay because i last. Oh that's a full name you on that his full name. I like recording during the day because their sirens. There's construction well. Hello phoebe already very tired. Now after looking Name we'll hopefully you back to. It is also hot. I notice how this room does get so fucking hot the soon as the acc off your okay words after stop moving. Because i kicked you wanted to do this. I know in my stomach. Can't stop rambling. I'm here to he. Should we give it a name var notes. Okay kidding stormy does sound story all right. let's how right into it. How did we meet on. Bombo arted mambo. I should've just named this bug as bumblebees. Everyone i mean from bumble. i think we met a mumble. I'm trying to remember because it's been sometime since we met. Yeah half year half a year how we met in december. And we're supposed to meet and then you ditch me sane. You're going to buy christmas for the kids here in class or abba. Mrt station mike. I don't remember that ono did i. You know so it wasn't for it wasn't for kids in my class. it was worse it was for comedians. Because we're doing. We're during christmas exchange at the comedy club and the is not as cute as i'm sure what he said. Comedy club. Eli oh that's cool but we kiss it was like what all right because i was just gonna say most people listening probably went on when he's a kids in your class. No it's mid to late twenties early thirties. Comedians soleil fishing. Which there by all. I thought it was very mature I got the guy a few condoms. Oh do they get now. No i didn't get yukon. What i did do is. I got a two tubes of moisturizer and then a couple of boxes of kleenex high. Yeah so he can mask because it's holiday last surveyed in the privacy of his own home because Goes away from family so to get some only during the holidays. Yeah i know. It did for me. But i was looking for days. Because he's a big anime fan. I was looking for a specific enemy. Gift is a lot of stuff the night markets. But nothing good yeah. You're told me. I'm going to shooting night kit and was i. Why do on the go all the way there to by christmas gift. I walked around for two hours. I bargained i bargained for small anime. Cigarettes fucking fifteen twenty minutes and then when they're like all right i'll give you the price like actually get else but hey sorry for that those. It was a bit of an emergency to be honest news..
Looking Back at the Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later
"Back to our commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Tulsa Race massacre with us, Phoebe are stubble filled forensic anthropologist at the University of Florida. And Greg Robinson, a Tulsa political activist. They're both descendants of survivors from the massacre. We're also hearing from Yuko camo kid tweeted. I never knew about it Until recently. I suspect it was not mentioned in my history class is in central Indiana in the fifties and sixties, and Greg wrote on Facebook. I first heard about it, circa 1998 on a news program on ABC. Utterly shocked by the story and equally so by not ever having heard in a report or reference to the attack. Previously we heard from a number of people in Oklahoma, including John in Tulsa and Martha and Grove. I was 40 years old. When I first heard about the race massacres. The first time I ever heard about this wasn't about 2000 and two And what's so sad is I grew up only 80 miles away. I was at the Greenwood Center on a field trip with high school freshman I returned on the bus with them and made the comment that I hadn't heard one single word growing up in Tulsa. For the previous 40 years. I then took my young child to Tulsa toe. Learn about it. And when he went back to his school, his teacher told him that that was a rumor. And she had never heard of that. It really shook me. This story needs to be told to our entire country so that it never ever happens again. Break what happened to the survivors after the massacre took place. Well, there was a few different things that occurred. We understand that about 60% of the people who endured the massacre. Escaped into other cities migrated up on each other parts of the country and actually didn't return.
Learn to Code with Me
Interview With Front-End Developer Phoebe Voong-Fadel
"Hey phoebe it's great to have you on the show. How are you doing today. Good thank you for having me on. Show yeah excited talk to you. What part of the world are you in. I in the uk. I'm in england in a small town called kroth on nice so we're definitely not a time difference than right. I think you're six hours ahead. Yeah i think maybe five if you're on the east coast so yeah. He's about ivo six. Yeah it depends on the time saving the our judgment so think it's five or six hours. Yes because we have the daylight savings. Time and del rey. I would love to get into your journey in your career and all that and as we know you taught yourself how code and you currently work in front end development. But i'm wondering what motivated you to start teaching yourself how to code early on. It's quite a long journey. In terms of the saints. Were buried quite early on in my career. So i'll go back to. I supposed to my university day. So i studied humanity. Saw the history and it was in the field. It's completely related to a web development. A kind of fell into career in higher education. So i worked at several universities in london and i saw progress up. The administrative ladder unsorted arrange of froze. It was a good career. But i found. It's the unfilled by it. So i saw the gravitating towards more technical projects. And then i thought okay. I'll see how. I can pursue a career down that road but i always thought that had to get a computer science degree and i spoke to a technical team within my department so that the educational technologists and they told me that i could pursue a technical career butts take hasty amount. Css just off. Wit sir can become web developer. So it's kind of like how it happened really. I kind of didn't know what i wanted to do but knew that the creole was in was wrong
Nerd On! The Podcast
Phoebe Waller-Bridge Joins New 'Indiana Jones' Movie
"Any engines. Five has hired an actor to join the movie cast. And it's someone. I'm i'm very very excited about it. Is phoebe waller bridge. you're unfamiliar with. She wrote created and starred in fleabag. She also wrote the new james bond movie. That's coming out. And she is going to write and star in the new. Mr and mrs smith with donald glover. She's a she's incredible person. She's going to be joining the cast of indiana jones. Five for obviously. We don't know anything about the roles of the pot or anything like that except that harrison ford will be returning as jones. Because he's i'm indiana
Phoebe Waller-Bridge to Star in New 'Indiana Jones' Film
"Co star in the next installment of the Indiana Jones franchise, has been selected. Lucasfilm and director James Mangold have their sights set on Harrison Ford's first new co star in the next installment of the Indiana Jones franchise sources tell Deadline that Phoebe Waller Bridge is set to co star opposite Ford in the fifth film with Ford Returning is everyone's favorite fedora wearing witty archaeologist. Good afternoon, Dr Jones. I'm gonna kill you right now, not a very private place for emergency. Well, these Arabs don't care if we kill each other. They're not going to interfere in our business. Hope is to start production this summer. With Lucasfilm and Mangold meeting with talent for other roles in preparation, details are still vague about what new adventure awaits in. Deanna Jones, but the film is set to premiere on July. 29th 2022, Mary Course.
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly Double Date With Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker
"Was a double date. that happened. People sought courtney kardashian and travis barker wit to the ufc fight with megan fox and machine gun kelly. But it's not like they sat together because there's no setting together these days you know. They're just both there. But the implication that's a double date is funny because they're not actually seated near each other because of distancing and i don't even know arrived together maybe they did and that's the proof but we have no proof. This is a double date. This is two different couples who were at the afc fights which were televised to be fair. Though i think travis and what's his face at a machine gun kelly worked on music together. Because travis i think produced a bunch of his music. So it's like they are friends. And courtney crashing would get along with megan fox. They both have like four kids. Three kids they totally would get along.
The Media Podcast with Olly Mann
BBC Three is Coming Back to TV
"Let's talk about tv and bbc. Three which will be returning to the fusty old fashioned airwaves. After an absence of nearly six years. It's going to be back on. Tv sets in january maggie Will you be watching things target demographic but will you be watching your the target demographic but i'm very piece it's coming back I think he shouldn't've gone away in the fest place. I also like the fact that it's also going to be a following on from cbc so the one of the aims of the bbc. One of the failures of the bbc has been fantastic children's programming. The seabees thought graduating through to see bbc. So we can think of horrible histories strict sonko great great shows but then they lost that advantage and i think now that they're going to take an hour of cbc and move into bbc straight. And i think this is actually a potentially good way of rebuilding interest because they can actually put forward some some grapes. Some great shows whether they'll be watched. I didn't know they can be caught up with but the thing is really spoiled for choice now and to actually just rope a group of a tv channel. Just seems to me to have been a very bad idea. But on the other hand what she see is that the regulators have been nagging away the producers because on the exec because that losing the younger views in but it's a very competitive market so the more outlets you have the best staff is. It's been obvious to real professionals in television including the control of bbc. Three that the decision five years ago it was wrong and so they're finally Reversing it may be too late. But i'm glad that june yes interesting. Jake look back actually or listened back. I should say to what our panelists said here on the media. Podcast when the move was announced that bbc's be bbc three would be moving online because we were on abbott van in two thousand fifteen Leon wilson said on the show to me. It's a huge mistake. It will probably be a qualified. Success will be one or two programs that pumps through online. But it'll be harder for us to be seen and for asthma and said this is nonsense. I can't believe this is happening. Television has an important canvas. That young people under served in time has proven right really. Hasn't it was always a mistake to put bbc three on mine. Can we just say that. Now i think the fact that the bbc's made this decision is a tacit acknowledgement that. It was a mistake. But i also don't think that it was a failure. Bbc three unshackled from the jill did reasonably. Well did very well. In fact some fantastic shows came through within online environment. I'm thinking that alexa flee back which has gone on to huge international success and won emmys and landed phoebe waller bridge a huge deal with amazon. And then you look at things like normal people which came last year plasma successful show Austria and beyond. I think ever Things like this country just quality quality programming now that that's not to say that those shows would not been commissioned if bbc. Three's on television. But i do think there was a creative freedom that came with being online and i hope that that remains that creative freedom continues and the bbc three doesn't have to spend money on shedule filling content like family. Guy like eastenders repeats because that you know that comes with a cost it still comes with. The cost is all repeats but they they still come with a cost shows. So why don't save the cash because all of those shows that jake just listed. Maggie had outings bbc one obesity too anyway. So they did get linear outing. And arguably would have been commissioned even bbc three haven't been an existed somewhere else on the bbc. I'm sure of course feedback with a bit of. The thing is really that that they had a late slot. Which is off to a the news helpless ten which is fine. I suppose but if a peanut the younger teenage area maybe it's better to be a bit more funky roundabout survey to talk of people who've had softened the home what they're looking for some entertainment secondly even if this is a qualified success. It's not you're not saying that. The programming copy shot on another channel. What you'll saying is going to premiere on bbc. Three and the seats will have its own form of promotions. General Ambience and i think that that shows the bbc has about the singer. Bob this past yet really opinion is that we really do well. What what is really happened is despite all channels. Having a terrible television broncos mutawa time in order to make programs have if you had to tear up hills the shadows. I didn't know how they will manage to keep going. It's been a very very very difficult. But they have performed. I think really well. And one of the aspects of it is the the Regulations and the quotas and on the agreements that they strike can have a run the channels what we put in the amount of circle public service will costing lawyers moods of of quotas and measurements to us forty two inches ready test channel phone over a hundred for the for the. They been relaxed because they had to. They had to be what they could be given the circumstances and i think they've done brilliantly and so i do think that another kind of channel to pay rounded up trusting. The bulk custos is at this point. Really good thing. I think that if you look at the energy is gone into some of the changes in just the the kind of logos and all the rest of that using the gen will the bits between the programs. they advertise that pregnancy will be very jazzy. I'm very keen an above all to. They've they've understood what the nation wants so we want more outdoor kind of things. We've had the the devon's on the komo's in the countryside programming that you could possibly drum up and it's been like that too with children Having the the bbc by sesame the government didn't say to bbc in in february across Help children home educate. They just did the juicy and they came up by april with with a complete scheme and then they re extended it. They used radio for Things so i think. Now it's the bbc is about to be besieged on despite order the gloom about since fees advertising and blah blah blah off broke custos. Domestic focuses are ashamed themselves to be foot of grits. And and. I'm beijing
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
Providers Are Sexually Assaulting Patients — and It's Legal
"We've been talking about this article from health. Dot com about internal medical exams performed on people. Without their consent that appeared to be a matter of routine standard operation for many medical facilities in the us. Wows ma'am and people. The amazing thing is people still trust the medical profession. Somehow even after all of the horrible things that they that they do well. I mean an angle mayor pratt. Malpractice has killed more people than cova easily. And then there's people who last we want government to be the healthcare. Imagine like let's just multiply the horror stories by tenfold yup. I always every once in a while. Run across a guy is is black and his arguing for for real single payer medical care. And i'm like do you think that the medical care that black folks get under single. Payer would be as good as the law enforcement services that they get single payer law enforcement. Because that doesn't seem to be working out too well for y'all and i would. I would advise you not to go back to that. Same company for any product. Because they're not doing a good job. The article continues patients. Who do find out post op. That a pelvic exam was done without their consent report feeling violated and experienced significant trauma as a result. Wow sarah gundel gore's a clinical psychologist and clinical director of octave of new york. City says that medical trauma can be just as significant as other types of trump non nonconsensual. Pelvic exam is a violation just like any other type of violations. She says in some ways it's even more insidious because it is often being done without the patient even knowing in a place that is supposed to protect patients. Melanie bell melanie. Bell a board member for the maryland. Nurses association also reported during a legislative committee hearing that there are also times when patients have a wakened during these exams. Like what happened to whites and felt violated. Compounding this type of violation is that this practice isn't only unethical but when it's done by medical students it's almost always medically unnecessary Yeah because they're training. These students like well. This is what it would be like. There's no medical history taken one would imagine since they're not talking about that procedure. They're not to say oh. Have you got a trauma in your past. And that's going to make this more difficult more horrific for you than it would be for the average person. Furthermore these exams are overwhelmingly performed for the students benefit and provide no medical benefit to the patient. Now that should be your first clue medical industry that you're doing a thing to a patient that's unconscious and it has no medical benefit to that patient. You're doing something wrong. Yeah know. I can understand like if maybe we should teach classes and medical ethics because we seem to be better at it than the people who are doing it now. Does this article actually talk to anyone on the pro side of this because it just sort of makes the statement that this is the thing. This has happened for a long time. And it's you know medically common but it doesn't. There's not really anybody going to bat for this. Is there like to know the names in the phone numbers of the fbi. Fluid support this. Because i'd like to call them up and discuss it with them. A staff top my head because i read this you know. Yeah no. that's okay. I mean it just. It seems like i'm not gonna say it's bad for being one. Sided does seem to be a little one-sided like what would the person who was leading this class have to save for themselves is all they would have is what we've always done it this way. I mean what what's their best clay. Oh well they signed this vague statement. I mean what what is their best argument here. And if nobody's willing to go on record saying i order this Order all of my medical students to do this then. That's a pretty good sign that they know they're doing wrong isn't it. Yeah you know. 'cause i would be very surprised if anybody would publicly support this i mean i would guess that. They couldn't find anybody to support supported on the record because nobody was willing to. Who would i. i certainly wouldn't. I mean it. It's clearly a violation of the non aggression principle. It's clearly a violation of consent. Dr phoebe frighten a medical ethicist. Who has extensively studied this issue and authored. A recent landmark paper on it says the perspective of the patient is missing medical schools. See this as an opportunity to teach the students but the bodily autonomy and rights of the patient can't be
AP 24 Hour News
Punxsutawney Phil Sees His Shadow, Predicts Six More Weeks Of Winter
"The famous ground Hog and Gobbler's Knob, Pennsylvania said. Winter is hanging on. But not all of the forecasting. Rodents agree. Hoxha Tony Phil came out of his Barrow in Pennsylvania and saw his shadow. According to the ground hot clubs Tom Dunkel. There's a perfect shadow cast of MI six more weeks of winter, there will be because of covert. This year's event took place without an audience. Ohio's Buckeye Chuck So predicts an early spring while Connecticut used a hedgehog named Phoebe, who agree He's with Park's attorney Phil's forecast
AP News Radio
A gloomy Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil says more winter
"I'm Julie Walker according to the most famous groundhog in America there will be six more weeks of winter but not all the other wannabes agree what's a journey filled him out of his burrow in Pennsylvania and saw his shadow according to the groundhog club's Tom's uncle each shadow cast of me six more weeks of winter there will be because of code at this year's event took place without an audience Staten Island Chuck tape to the bad weather wasn't even snow on the ground and did not see his shadow which means an early spring Ohio's Buckeye Chuck also predicts an early spring while Connecticut used a hedgehog named Phoebe who agrees with talks of Tony Phil's forecast six more weeks of winter by the way his human counterparts over at the National Weather Service have something to say about Phil we went back to the past ten years and still has actually been right fifty percent of the time and that was meteorologist Larroca gonna I'm Julie Walker
Hollywood Mourns The Death Of Legendary Actress Cicely Tyson
"A giant natural Sicily. Tyson passed away at the age of 96 last night on unforgettable performance there from 1972 Sounder role that got Cicely Tyson, an Academy Award nomination iconic actress died Thursday, her career punctuated by playing women of strength and impact, being very selective with the role she chose for film stage and television. Like our standout performance in the Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, what You got going and evacuate. She went to him. He threw that in 2019. She spoke with ABC at the opening of Tyler Perry's Atlanta studios Grateful to be in attendance. I wonder if I didn't live this long. Where would I be? Well? Phoebe Sena's
The Story Song Podcast
"phoebe" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Everybody welcome back to the story song. Podcast i'm dan chill looks man. I'm michael cosell every ever so we walk you through his story song and this week. We're going to do that although this is going to be a mini sewed many side and we had done a couple of minnie's oats Earlier in the year then ended up being like an hour and a half long. I'm gonna try hard not to do that this time. This is going to be an actual mini But basically there was a sonnet came out this year It was on absolutely absolutely loved the song it was in my best songs of the year. it's called kyoto by a singer called phoebe bridges But this first of all. I needed to talk about this song. The lyrics of the song are fantastic And they're just great in general but they also do a couple of things that i'm gonna get you in a second but the other thing was that this is a little bit of an experiment Because there's a the not a couple. There's many many story songs pilo suggested to us that you know we. We've thought of that are really good songs. Good story signs but not quite good for the show right. Because normally i at least i wanna have at least one kind of good take Right something right if we're if we're going to do it on the show and there's a lot of times they just they just for whatever reason i just don't have take you know. Sometimes they're they're very sad and it's kind of like a lot of a lot of times it. Is that a lotta times. I think it's it's one of those things where it's like. Why don't you luca. And i'm like i don't know if we're gonna do luca but a song about child abuse is just something that's fun to talk at the end of the day. This is a comedy show. That's what i was gonna say. That's what i was gonna say. But there are a lot of psalms that i think probably all of us know that our Still story songs. That are still fascinating. But it's it's a different take than we usually take on things and there's other songs that are not necessarily as crushingly sad as that but there's just there's just there's just not a tape right it's just kind of more straightforward or whatever so. I haven't said that that this song is. We do a couple of pretty sad so lonely boy right well. that's funny. He's so lonely right. that's that's it. Well that's true. But i mean we have done very sad songs right but there's this something there twenty nine restaurants divorce right. I mean again. Something like cats in the cradle rate like crushingly sad but there was something there to talk about so nice. It just isn't anything they're talking about so having said that so so this song would normally fall into that category. It's also from this year. Which is you know unusual for us. But i wanted again. Try this as an experiment Do a shorter episode. Hopefully you guys like it. But a song that wouldn't necessarily fit into the normal. But i think something worth talking about and like to kind of goes through the lyrics and kind of analyze them And we'll see how it goes again. It's short so it doesn't really work. Whatever you do really really doesn't work. You might not even here this head but but again. Yeah whatever again. Turn it off if you don't like it but We'll we'll keep it short so go on just because you know for our numbers but you can walk away or mute..