36 Burst results for "Phyllis"
Fresh update on "phyllis" discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Turned to Mira and she would shake her yes or no and then they'd have to meet for 5 minutes. He had to get her out of the studio. Oh, so what she would do, get this heart heart class was three times a week. Monday Wednesday, Friday. $10 per day. And each class was like four and a half hours. So I used to get 13, 14 hours of acting in week for $30 a week. It's very cheap, very cheap back then. Anyhow, thankfully, all those films I just mentioned have stood the test of time. And never very important never got the sequel treatment, some films just need to stand out on their own. But so many times it comes down to great, you know, just incredible casting and, you know, casting directors don't get enough credit, I don't think so. I don't think so. I mean, I remember when I produced so be it. We also helped cast the movie as well. And we had to get strong actors to go up against this no name actress who was ten or 11 years old, with no experience behind it. So alfre woodard is in every scene with her with this little girl named Heidi, but we had John heard there, Phyllis Diller had a few scenes with the little girl, and it was really exciting to see the very actors we wanted, were doing exactly what we'd imagine as we were producing this film and looking for people to cast. It's an exciting time. But the role of Heidi, this 11 year old little girl, was hard to cast. And we knew we liked so many of the young girls and audition we have the reels we'd go with them every day and look at them and we've let our investors see the auditions on the website we had and it got them excited because they felt like they were in on the process of making a movie. Or when this little girl talisa Bateman walked in, no relation to the Jason Justine. When she walked in and started talking and gave us chills. Because we knew she was the one in an instant. And now she's everywhere. She does a lot of horror movies, annabelle. I forget. She's done some geostorm. Done a lot of stuff since then. And now I think mountain now, she must be 18, 19. Yeah, man. It's going fast. 1920, maybe. Oh, God. Those movies Gump wore the roses and Shawshank, just great.
Mark Levin Confirms He Has COVID Again
"I'm sorry I wasn't here Friday utterly unexpected Turns out I've COVID again You can probably hear it over the microphone And I got quite sick Friday afternoon so I had a bow out Who set in for me mister producer Brian mudd who's wonderful he came in at the last minute I want to thank Brian And I've been duking this out all weekend But we have a system set up here It's really a portable system Where I can do this show from pretty much anywhere So that's what I'm doing right now You can sound I guess I sent a little bit like Phyllis Diller but that's not my intention of course I'll be fine I'm just basically not going anywhere Hanging out in two rooms And that's the way that goes
"phyllis" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast
"As it is. So as you settle yourself down, straightening your spine to keep yourself alert, closing your eyes, gently elevating your eyes to that all important point between your eyebrows. This is the location where your prefrontal lobes are. And this is a part of your brain that's referred to as your command center. It helps you manage stress. As you keep your eyes gently uplifted and focused at this location. Phyllis subtle shift upward in your mood. Bring.
Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett
"Talking to papuan. Do you understand what I'm telling you? Pat Boone. Pat, is it really you? It's definitely me. You're not just teasing me. It's really you. I confess, no makeup whatsoever. A purposely kind of fuzzy light so that I'm wearing, I'm wearing enough makeup for the two of us. Don't worry about it. I said to them, I want to look like George Hamilton. What can you do? And this is as close as they were willing to go. They didn't want to give me what you need four shades of tan more. That's all. Have you played golf with George Hamilton? I played in the same tournament with the who's who of showbiz, but not in the same force of no. What about so you've played golf with Bing Crosby? I don't know that it gets when you say you've played off with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. I think we're done. I don't think you can top that. Have you ever played? Have you ever played golf with Phyllis Diller? No, I don't think she plays, but you know, I topped it, as I say, Bing Crosby was my sponsor. He was my reason. Now, look, can I tell you a funny story about that? It involved buddy. I dare you. Go ahead. It involves Buddy Hackett. He and I were making a movie. Now you got to keep it clean. It is clean. All hands on deck with Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, and so on. And Buddy Hackett, who played an Indian in this film. It was a naval. It was in the navy. I mean, we were on the navy LST. And he was just lower course. And I was a lieutenant. And so anyway, you don't need to know the story. While we're making the film, he was taking up golf. He said, pat. He says, I want to get to be a Bel Air. Can I be a member of Bel Air? And I got to be honest, I was not, I was not expecting you to do a Buddy Hackett impression on this program. So I just checked that off my bucket list. So you're doing a film with Buddy Hackett, Barbara Eden, and during the film, Buddy Hackett is leaning on you to try to get into the Bel Air country club. Okay. Yes. Now, he was already a member of hillcrest, a Jewish club. But Bel Air, of course, is famous. That's where Howard Hughes landed his plane famously and on the golf course and things like that. And this pictures of being in bob and Fred Astaire and Gable when he had a hole in one. You know, it's where all the stars like to play. And I was a member now at 23, 24 years old. And we're in the car, and he says, I want to play a bit here. And I said, well, buddy. I don't have anything to do with except I can ask the manager. And he says, we'll do that. So I did. And the manager told me he said, you know, we don't have any Jewish members. I said, what is it? He says, it's not in our bylaws. Now, wait a minute. What year, this is like what 54, what year is this? 57. 57. Bel Air country club had no, I mean, I'm not surprised, but it's nonetheless, it's extraordinary. It was shocked to me. And they didn't say it's not in our bylaws. It's just we don't happen to have any. She said, but you can talk to the membership committee, the various members and see what they, if they'll vote, but
Why Pete & Seth Talbott Stepped Away From Relief Factor
"The Pete and Seth Talbot, welcome to New York. Welcome to the program. Hey. It's fun to be back. It's fun to get to know people beyond the initial actually, in some cases, it's not fun at all. But in your case, it is a lot of fun because the more I get to know. The more I get to know you, the more I like you and when you were telling me of what you are doing now and what you have planned, I thought, you know what? I think my audience will find it interesting. So let's start there. What do you do right now? Well, for the last 8 years, actually starting at about 9 years ago. We were cofounders of relief factor. And God was good. And business. For one time, folks. Yes. Just this one time. God was good. God is good. He always has been. Okay, good. And we were able to be blessed with the success of relief factor, but this last June, we stepped down from the day to today management Seth, of course, was the CEO from day one. I was the director of marketing and together we got to the point where we had as many as 20,000 people a day coming to our website, for example. To check out. Okay, that's called success. Are you allowed to use that word on the program? No, seriously, people don't realize. I remember when we started with relief factor. And I just realized that it really grew and grew and grew and grew until now you've got ads everywhere with Friends of mine like pat Boone and Phyllis Diller actually, no, she's not in there. Pat. Papuan really is. But you've got Charlie Kirk and Sebastian gorka. A lot of people that I know and I'm not in the ads, folks. I'm not in the ads, but I want to tell you I use this stuff, but I actually was amazed to see that the company, I guess the term you'd use is it exploded. It became very successful because I'm not here to sell relief factor. I'm just here to be honest. It does work when I don't take it. If I go on vacation, I forget it. I realize, oh yeah, now I know why I take
"phyllis" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"And I think the hard part and you kind of mentioned this a little bit is when you make that jump. It's really hard to prioritize your time between one and the other to really make sure you're diving in full and aviation, but not diving in too much to where you're going to burn out. It's like keep the fun things in your life too, whether it's tattooing, whether it's hanging out with friends or whether it's just like your schoolwork or just who knows there's like 16 year olds flying, like playing video games, whatever you need to do to have fun. It's like it's important to have some kind of getaway from this because it does get tough every once in a while. Sometimes it's really easy, but there's sometimes where you really just don't think you can do this anymore. And that's maybe when you need to take a little bit of a break. Take a couple days off, don't go fly every day and just be like, oh, take a deep breath. Come back at it and ready to go. And I think figuring that out is harder, because everyone figures out in their own way and they get to their own kind of mini breaking point and being like, I need to change how I go about this. And it sounds like you had a pretty good mindset about that the whole time. Absolutely. Burnout is a very real thing. I mean, especially with flying. They were, you know, their points sometimes leading at the check rides where you know I wake up in a cold sweat thinking about different processes of everything. How do you wake up immediately thinking about aviation and running through my checklist flows on Phyllis leap, you know? That's a very real thing. And you should absolutely let what you're passionate about, consume you, but you have to have boundaries. You really have to be able to make sure that it doesn't over consume you at that point. Like you said, yeah, take breaks, just have a day where you don't think about aviation have a day where you just relax, you know? When you made this switch, not the switch. But when you started this process, what was your goal for this? What was did you put any pressure to have a goal or just looking to have fun and you're like, let's get my private see what.
"phyllis" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast
"Right makes a lot of sense and it's so interesting because oftentimes the baffling could be the person. That's with the the dismissive individual because dismissive individual often doesn't feel as much complaint about their relationship than secure or they're fun they don't phyllis much complaint that go along there find. They're fine but it's interesting. Don't assume that it's fine because what'll happen is once. They actually get in tuned to the fact that they're unhappy. There are a lot more ready to go because they are further down the line in their unhappy they hold and hold it. they don't really recognize their distress. They don't really recognize that they're not presence and they're not getting in so they get further and further out so a blue individual needs to be tapped and brought back in and tapped don't assume because they're so comfortable being out on their own that well that's how they like it. They might like it but it's not the best for them. That's right so bugging them and drawing them in and dragging them into couples. Therapy is a good thing is actually. It's not selfish. it's actually it's good for both of you because you need delight when you come home to and you need happiness to be there and you need them to need you and the same way so this is a good thing for both of you and if it works and that you can get that person more engaged and help them understand that you really need something. That's legitimate that's really legitimate is legitimate for both of you. Beautiful when you can when you find somebody that's live so long blue. They don't know how to tap into their own feelings own experience their own needs and it's such so rewarding to feel people and help people sort of shift out of that start to feel their knees that they need you just as much as you need them. That's right that is exactly right and what you can do for them to help them figure that out. So i hope that gives you some ideas about what it looks like and what you can do about it. I know it's a short summary and we're going to have different ways to expand this go into it more fully but at least we wanted to for sure give you much d percents of what this looks like and this is not just are good ideas. This is really research-based based very very solid science. And that's important for those of you on the blue side to know because you have to intellectually understand what the heck this is actually important. It has some facts that has packed about it. then so next episode. We're gonna end up talking about the other side of the continuum to give you a better idea of what preoccupied attachment style looks like how it develops and how it manifest in the adult world is well..
"phyllis" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"See it and what happens often when a man has a moral bankruptcy at age forty five. It's a thought that he started with age fifteen and he never dealt with and he buried it and any buried it any buried it any buried it now. It gets to the point that everybody can see it. Because this is phyllis danes and i wonder if god would give you the gift of remembering what you say because some of you are living life one excuse at a time and it becomes such a part of your language. You can't even distinguish with and every time you come to this gap and your insecurity is exposed. You fill with excuse you fill it with excuse you fill it with excuse and insecurity is a weapon of the enemy meant to intimidate you. And that's what's happening in the scene right now. Can you think of the battles you've come to that you've run from whatever you run from you recreate and you force future generations to deal with it. That's what happens when you come to this gap right here. This gap this is this. Is it right here. But it didn't start in that moment. It started when he was a teenage boy sitting at the table that he didn't feel like he belong at so the insecurity you're dealing with in start now it's just being expressed in a bigger way. Now listen to the language of your heart because some of us will say well. That's just the way god made me. Why are you blaming dysfunction. God's designed he don't make junk he makes great things he formed you he fast. Can you excuse. And blaming god for your dysfunction. No.
Liberals Violate Their Own Norms in the Most 'Elite, Refined and Sophisticated' Manner
"I'm talking to. Victor davis hanson. The new book the dying citizen. How progressive elites tribalism oxford comma and globalization are destroying the idea of america. You're just making a point. And you were about to give us another example of what you were describing. I don't know if you remember. I do we that we have people like nancy pelosi. That violates the corentin. She insists on others to get our hair done. Are we have these. Various mayors who break out or gavin. Newsom has to eat at the french longed remember. They always violate their own norms. In the most elite refined sophisticated manner but even have the marxist shock troops of this revolution that we're fighting phyllis cuellar's fourth house. It's an all white to tahonga. That has raked in zillions with yes with. Blm black lives matter. She cares so much about the poor that she has a fourth house. Isn't that sweet. I want to ask you when you talk about. Why they're doing this in the name of equality and so on and so forth isn't it ultimately irrelevant. Of course it's irrelevant in other words if we the people don't give them permission to do this they must not do it. They have no right to do it. So what they're doing is in contravention of the whole idea of america that we the people choose our leaders to do what we need them to do. They are comfortable with that. So they're looking for a way around it. And they've been finding ways around it and i and i mentioned that in the book that what i just said is what we used to say and scholarship. The pro faucets the pretexts. That's what they say they want a quality and they're really do try to enact it out but it's really about their desire for power. Just like the bolsheviks. Jack
"phyllis" Discussed on IDMC Movement
"Often. Church is always a joy and a privilege to bring guns into your homes today. We'll be continuing series on the book of revelation. Today we're going to be touching on the letter that jesus wrote for the church in ephesus revelation chapter two versus one to seven. Let's look to the lord in prayer heavenly father. We thank you so much for this day. We acknowledged that jesus is speaking to us through his word and at the holy spirit will give us a listening year and a heart that is willing to apply the word. And i pray mighty god that you will transform us draws closer to you and mighty god filled with the holy spirit phyllis with a heart full of passion and love for jesus lord we ask this in the name of jesus and the people of god said.
"phyllis" Discussed on Journey of Ruth
"The journey of reap listener go sign up today. And don't miss another edition of the inside. Look you've talked a little bit about how you wish. Sometimes that you spent that time in prayer and that preparing yourself for what was to come might have helped to bring some of that piece. Yes and then you've you've quoted some scripture and i think that sometimes especially as moms we can feel like i am so busy i don't have time for my faith which is why maybe you know. We go to wednesday night. Bible study or we go to sunday morning because we feel like at least. That's on the schedule. And i can drop my kids off at childcare and now i don't have anything to think about but god but then that means that we're really only engaging with him and his word once maybe twice a week and that's it and if we think of god's word as food that's not enough and we're if we're to think about god being like a friend that's not enough you know if you need to foster that relationship so how is it that we can keep a fun household still. Get everything done that. We need to but still find time for that. That faith peace and while you're saying get everything done that we need to also just want to say. We have to pray that our expectations to all right and the seasons that we're living in and as we involve our kids in the teamwork we a lot of times. I do find that moms. I personally don't have a problem. Not a perfectionist. Thank thank fully okay with this. If other people will do the jobs. I'm generally okay with. However it's done i try to teach them how to i'm. I'm okay. I know a lot of moms i work with are so they want it done this this this yeah well. I went to ask at the expense of what like what this is a season. So lowering those expectations letting other people help in then so getting everything. Done that address that but as far as spending time. It's absolutely vitally important that we have the holy spirit failing us each day empowering us being a mom is one of the hardest most thankless jobs. Especially when they're little. I know some people love that phase. I didn't ever. I always enjoyed them. The older they get the more. I enjoy them. Okay the the little when. They're toddlers and their undoing everything that you've just done. Yes what's that phrase. Phyllis diller said like cleaning house when your children are young is like shoveling snow in a blizzard. Oh totally related with that and so realizing lowering our expectations and then realizing that we have to have god's grace on us we have to..
Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume
"The Biden administrations eviction ban, There's even greater urgency to get billions of dollars in federal rental assistance to those who need it. Shelby County, Tennessee, is already facing that challenge. NPR's Laura Wamsley reports. SP KEY and apartments versus Delores Egleston in a courthouse in Memphis. Tenants are packed into eviction court as much as social distancing will allow when their cases are called. Tenants are asked this question by Judge Phyllis Gardner. Have you talked with anyone? Or are you interested in the rental assistance program? I've talked in case after case Gardner urges tenants to visit room 1 34 down the hall. Where Memphis area legal services attorneys help tenants start applications for rental aid. One of those attorneys, Frida Turner, stands up in the courtroom to speak about the program if you apply, and if you're approved We will pay up to 12 months of your back rent plus one month of futurist. We will bring you to zero and you'll get a fresh start a fresh start. That's what's new even if evictions aren't thanks to the billions in federal aid tenants who are behind have a chance to stay in their homes due to a federal court ruling in July. Judges here in Tennessee haven't been bound by the CDC order for more than a month. The judge Gardner, the CDC order delayed the inevitable while in Memphis, they started resolving cases. We've been able to deal with the problems to give these people and landlords some closure so that they can move on. The most recent CDC ban was intended to give states and localities more time to get assistance out to renters facing eviction. But it's been slow going by the end of July. Nationally, just over five billion of the $25 billion allocated had been spent. Several states have used less than 5% of the federal money so far. But in Memphis and
"phyllis" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Hundred ninety eight call old friend deluxe collections and in a box set. And let me tell you. It's very popular. I mean selling out. Still and there are books about miss. Phyllis hyman the strength of a woman that is also you can get that on amazon dot com. You know get get her box it. You will not be dissatisfied. Trust me you know this lady ahead of time per beautiful voice transcends time coming up next. We're gonna play under your spell list. It's a third can three inside me. Okay you thanks else bad yeah now. That sounds familiar. That particular melody. That sound.
"phyllis" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Was just key fever the is Know and wrote the insert set la win and say unto Was out in low. But now scott free do Around the you huh. The answer is you. That was off the album. Somewhere my my lifetime nineteen seventy-eight. There is a box set of her music. From nineteen seventy six to one thousand nine.
"phyllis" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Bell and lynn decreed this was off of norman. Connors album hit album. You are my starship. And you know norman connors like i said he is a philly boy you know. He's jazz drummer from philadelphia. And on this album. Norman connors phyllis hyman and michael henderson. Who is bass player who has played with Many groups especially dramatics and this album reach number five on the us rb chart and number one on the jazz chart. You will always hear this song by. Phyllis hyman on the quiet storm. That's how i heard it especially. I did a show in two thousand and sixteen on the quiet storm. And how scott it's got its beginnings with vaughn harper and. This is one of the songs that was always played this version of betcha by golly. Wow this single itself was number twenty nine on the us. Rb chart and nineteen seventy six. And like i said. Phyllis hyman just put hope what like they said. Put her foot in that song. We celebrate miss. Phyllis hyman right here on a bowl of sola coming up. Next this song i heard done by the group odyssey. The group that did native new yorker. They did this song. Don't tell me tell her. While i didn't know that phyllis hyman did her version of it as well of of it as well and is beautiful right here on. A bullet soul. Don't tell me tell her it's over and you're listening to a bowl of so this is your man jay most in your listening to soul music at its best of bowl of soul mixed of soul music.
"phyllis" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"You reached the right place. A destination called soul. It's the bionics you know what's next. It's a bowl of so mixed to of so music. And on a bozo. We are celebrating the legendary singer. Songwriter actress miss. Phyllis hyman right here on a bowl of so. This is jonathan win. And you're listening to a bowl of soul her mixed to of soho music to a bowl birth. How your baby Burn yes you Shop the name and this is a bowl of so. We are celebrating the legendary. Sean twos miss phyllis. Linda hyman was born july. Six nine thousand nine hundred forty nine and passed away on june thirtieth nineteen ninety five and like i said phyllis hyman was an american singer. R&b singer jazz singer. Pop singer songwriter and actress. And you know. Phyllis hamon performed in the broadway. Play in nineteen eighty-one based on the music of mister duke ellington. The name of the play was called sophisticated. Ladies that ran from one thousand nine hundred eighty one to nineteen eighty three and it earned her a theater world award and a tony nomination for best performance by featured actress in a musical. We are celebrating this lady. Beautiful singer and i remember a friend introduce me to her music. good friend of mine who i am on her. Podcast called love sex and relationships The professor introduced me to this lady in the nineteen eighty s in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight eighty nine and she had this album at the time called living all alone and ever since. Then i was hooked. I even saw. Phyllis hyman at the blue note here in new york city. And let me tell you she put on a hell of a show. We are celebrating the legacy of miss. Phyllis hyman right here. On a bola soul coming up next. We're going to give you something. 'cause this lady was born in philadelphia pennsylvania. She got those philly music. Soul are embiid jazz roots in her bones and she did a philadelphia song betcha by golly. Wow which is written by. Tom bell and was written by tom. Bell for the stylistics. But you have to listen to phyllis homage treatment on this song. Right here on a bowl of so. I think this version was done with norman connors betcha another philly native betcha by golly. Wow and this is a bowl of so this is your man folks ya'll checking out a bowl of so wanted hottest. Dj's in the land professor t low this salt must He talk shot. You thinking law rooms Twin beautiful treatment of the stylistics song betcha. By golly wow which was written by. Tom.
"phyllis" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast
"And you're curious because you're listening to this podcast. You're curious when you go into clubhouse you're curious when you participate in a linked in thread about your industry that is means you're curious but then you have to get involved if to raise your hand you've got to ask a question you gotta add value to the room and then you never know that. Oh shit moment where. I don't know what's going to happen. Something could happen where you develop a friendship like phyllis and i have now that no matter where she's speaking. I have notifications on if i join the room. I wanted to join the room and support. Whatever she's doing because her truth and what she's doing for the restaurant business for small business entrepreneurs it's so important because we have the tools that we aren't the big brands but that gives us the power it gives us the power because there's no bullshit. There's no bureaucracy. I don't need approval to post the content to post my crazy. I'm fucking crazy. Yes i'm crazy. My bulgarian asked my my kids go. My wife puts up with my craziness. You know like she. She knows it's. We're not tweeting at each other in public. Every time i go live on instagram. She's like this fucking guy but she gets it. You know she gets that we're a barbecue media company and i want to empower everybody. That's listening to this to start using their smartphones to tell their truth to tell their crazy. Because that's that's what we're talking about like. Nobody has all the finances you don't need to know all the answers and i don't care what business you're in like the more that you're vulnerable and the more that you know. Hey i don't. I'm not the expert barbecue when i go on the news and they asked me a technical barbecue. I answer to the best of my abilities. But i'm okay knowing that i'm not the pit master gene. Guay he's the pit master. Like i'm i'm the jerry jones. I want to be the jerry. I'm not fucking troy. Aikman on the field throwing the football. No that's not me. I'm dana white. I wanna be the guy putting these fucking thing on. I need to tell my truth..
"phyllis" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast
"Welcome to digital hospitality. I'm your host sean. Walsh this is kelly. Bbq media production every single week. We bring you inside the game within the game how do you do smartphone storytelling and one of the things we talked about is our ongoing thesis which is digital hospitality every business needs to be digital i and every business needs to be in the hospitality business. There's never been a more exciting time to be in business because of the smartphone because of all the tools that are available to a small business owner and entrepreneur that allowed them to produce marketing content but even better media content so every week we bring on experts that are playing the game within the game so that we can learn. We can bring you give you a seat at the table so that you can impact your business to drive. More sales to make better relationships and today's guest is an extremely special guest So you guys know that. Listening to this podcast. If you're a long-time listener we're grateful. But the last couple of weeks the last couple of episodes i've been talking about clubhouse and how excited i am about that platform. I'm so excited as a podcast. Her because it allows me to develop deep relationships through social media and every single platform. There's the ability to develop a deep relationship at a takes more work than it has on clubhouse and clubhouses something where you hear someone story. You're compelled by their message compelled by what they're saying. And then you can go and click on their profile. Follow them on instagram. Send them dm and then you see them in the other room you turn notifications on for people that are doing things that are inspiring to you or saying words. That are the truth. My media mentor. David meltzer teaches me. That the truth vibrates the fastest. When we hear the truth. We can't stop thinking about it. Plants seed of inspiration. I'm not talking about motivation. Motivation just gets you to do something one time. When somebody says they're truth it plants that seat where you go. Fuck i have to change. I want to change. I build that habit into a ritual into something that i obsess over. That mamba mentality where. I'm going to go no matter what i'm going to make this thing better. And i'm going to dedicate my life to this craft and this craft is storytelling smartphone storytelling. Today's guest is phyllis williams straughter at ck creators on instagram and on twitter She's on linked and she's on every platform because she understands the game within the game. Her tagline is hot brands. Always leave a mark so brand it like it's hot. Phyllis what was going on. I love it. I love it. I'm you're so right about clubhouse. I'm like johnny getting here. Legend voices be heard in..
"phyllis" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"A million ago we were trying to rent a movie just like a friday night. We'd gone out to blockbuster member. Yeah and my in laws. Were in town and jack wanted to rent rounders. Which is a movie with. Ed norton and matt damon about poker-playing and phyllis was not going to have that at all. His wife said no way and he said you understand. This is a movie about russian ballerinas who defect to new york so that they can dance ballet company. And so phyllis was like okay. That's for me. I want to watch this movie. And so. Philip sat down and she watched the entire movie. I don't know if you've seen rounders but it's rough it's rough it's gritty it's down. It's dirty ed. Norton makes you want to shoot him. Oh my goodness i mean. You just can't stand this guy okay. John malkovich is a complete dick in this movie. It's terrible and then finishes and it's over. And i remember any second now. Phyllis gore's the ballet and we're like two hours into this thing in any second movie finished in phyllis as it was really good she forgot. I guess back back up once. The ballerinas never once brought about john. Jack we all need to take less on how.
"phyllis" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Surname. It was after this marriage that she changed her. First name to dell phyllis lyon was born in tulsa oklahoma on november tenth nineteen twenty four at a young age phyllis. His family moved to northern california. Phyllis stayed close to home for college. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the university of california berkeley in nineteen forty six. After a few years of working as a general reporter phillips left california and took a job on the editorial staff of two magazines in seattle washington dell and phyllis met for the first time. When del joined villas magazine staff the to immediately hit it off and became fast friends. Their friendship evolved into a romantic relationship and on valentine's day of nineteen fifty three. They moved into a place together in san francisco. Their neighborhood in san francisco was a very catholic working class. Heterosexual community delon. Phyllis struggled with isolation as they found it difficult to develop a social network to combat this lack of connection and community. They founded the daughters of believed us or in nineteen fifty five. The name was inspired by a collection of erotic poems called songs of believes that celebrated lesbian sexuality at its inception. Do be consisted of eight members. It was the first lesbian civil and political rights organization in the united states. It was intended to be a secret social club for lesbians who did not feel comfortable going to bars. At that time gay and lesbian bars were being raided and harassed by police the do be transformed into a community where lesbians could feel safe to come out connect with other lesbians and find support to cope with the challenges of being unaccepted by much of society. Dell and fila served as counselors to their fellow members they provided rides to meetings and offered consolation members were having problems in their personal lives. They understood and commiserated with women who feared losing their jobs their homes and their families due to their sexuality although they originally intended for the group to be a secret del villas decided they wanted to give the group more visibility recognition with phyllis as the fearless editor. Do be began publishing. A monthly magazine called the ladder. It was the first nationally distributed lesbian publication in the us and dell and phyllis point to capitalize the word lesbian. Every time it appeared dell and phyllis were inducted into the lgbt journalists hall of fame for their work on the ladder in two thousand five in the early nineteen sixties there was a rise of oppression and violence against the homosexual community philipson dell worked alongside other gay and lesbian activists to urge state legislators to change california laws that criminalized homosexuality the legislators told them that if they wanted to make progress with their movement they should focus with religious leaders. Phyllis and del met with progressive methodist clergyman. Ted mack o. Vana ted was in charge of the young adult outreach program at the glide urban center through his outreach he'd realized that many of the homeless youth in the program were misunderstood gay men who were driven to the streets after being ostracized by their friends and families because ted himself was heterosexual. He sought support from local homa file organizations. Ted invited phyllis and del to a historic consultation between religious leaders gay and lesbian activists in nineteen sixty four the council on religion and the homosexual was born. It was the first.
Biden Promotes Milestone of 300M Vaccine Shots in 150 Days
"Many Americans are resuming pre pandemic life even as some worry virus related restrictions are being lifted too fast as he touted three hundred million vaccine doses administered during his first one hundred fifty days in office president Biden looked ahead and breaks Trish Williams summer majority for Alicia Walter that means going to baseball games like this week's trip to nationals park here in Washington she thinks the re openings happening just right I think it's a good balance between too fast and not fast but a third of Americans in AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll think restrictions were ended too fast and readjusting to normal life will take time in Michigan Phyllis script sick wants to get back to the gym and it will happen but I've got to get prepared mentally I think for that Sager made Donnie Washington
Northwestern Students, Faculty Protest Hiring of New Athletic Director
"University, is facing backlash over its pick of Mike Polis Key to be the school's new athletic director. He's been the deputy athletic director since 2010 and he was named as a defendant in the federal sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a former tribute earlier this year. We get more from WGN's Kelly Davis. He's one of four people cited in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by Northwestern Cheerleader Hate and Richardson. Sr says cheerleaders were sexually exploited and claims that the school ignored her complaints. She specifically states that Phyllis Key accused her of fabricating evidence. Six female faculty members sent an open letter demanding greater transparency, transparency. And they led a protest outside the university president's home yesterday.
A Civil Rights History Lesson
"Today we have a very special guest joining us from brooklyn. New york is gene. Theo harris distinguished professor of political science at brooklyn college a historian and author of the rebellious life of mrs rosa parks. She's co editor of the new book. Julian bonds time to teach the history of the southern civil rights movement gene. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so today. We're going to honor one of the leaders of the civil rights movement and i. I actually met julian bond. I just can't remember where it's going to say that you probably did. I did meet him. And now i'm like you know i think it was before we had cameras in our phones. I mean bond is just a hero and a giant in the civil rights movement. He was an incredible human bean with. I mean his humanity just should out. He was an activist. He was an an educator he did. Pass away in two thousand fifteen. He was a founding member of the student. Nonviolent coordinating committee snake He had a political career. He served in the georgia house of representatives. He had to fight for his seat because of his opposition to the vietnam war and he was the first african american to be nominated as vice president though he withdrew his name and julian bond was an outspoken activist who fought his entire life whether it was civil rights to beaten way out of other people on the question of lgbtq rights all the way to protesting to shut down the keystone pipeline. Let's listen to julian bond in his own words to start off this show. This is from two thousand and two interview that julian did with phyllis leffler of the explorations in black leadership project at the university of virginia. Everything my parents. I told me about responsibility to others everything. I've learned that. The george school about speaking truth to power everything i learned about daring to stand up to powerful people and say no to them. Whatever the consequences. All of that came together when lonnie king came up to me and asked me if i would join this Movement
Sport Unites for Social Media Boycott Against Online Abuse
"Social media is spreading. Now the sport's governing body is joining all the players and clubs who have decided to stay off these platforms to protest online racist abuse. English cricket and rugby clubs of sign on so of the organizers of the Wimbledon tennis. Turk it tournament. Paul Phyllis in racist abuse online is not new, but it gives a little more context about why they're making this move right now. Yes. So, basically, I think what's happened Is that because of Cove it on because basically, I mean, look football players they used to being shouted out on the touchline zones on the Saturday afternoon that hasn't happened for a long time on a lot of the abuse has basically moved online. There's been a massive increase and a lot of it sadly. Is racist on day. Players have just had enough. And I think that what began, as you say, is the kind of football clubs doing it has now been joined by rugby and cricket. Andre Formula One have been talking about doing it, and I think what we're basically seeing here is the frustration of social media companies. Just don't move fast enough on things that impact people's lives when it comes to online abuse, and and the you know, I was listening to Terry on Rio's a former French international football player today, saying, Look when it's issues of copyright, or things that are gonna cost people money. They move fast when it's not about money, but how it impacts on people's lives and reputations. They take too long, and I think that's the thing they want. Social Media companies toe act a little bit more like a newsroom and react to things quickly, rather than Allowing things that just drag on until this such a powerful backlash that something gets done. And, you know, people have had enough. And I think you know the UK has tried to do with racism on the terraces. While the terrorists is our empty they're trying to do with racism online. Well, David McGoldrick plays for Sheffield
"Was eleven on a sunday. Morning when phyllis shapiro showed up at my front door. Oh my god. My heart was pounding. My heart was just pounding. I had i mitch. Phyllis a decade ago. When my next door neighbor. Marty markowitz brought her over an introduced her with words. I will never forget joe. This is my sister. Phyllis i haven't seen her twenty seven years. This time. phyllis was the one to break the news mighty had tried to reach you on the phone and couldn't and so i ran over to see if you were home. I was out so it was dawn. My wife who opened the door just said daun great news You know there's a decision and the doctors losing his license. And you know we need to tell. Joe how do we reach him. After a series of hearings that had lasted almost a year and a half during which he continued to protest his innocence. The new york state department of health had ruled against her. Scoff a few days later. The full decision was posted. Here's what it concluded. The hearing committee sustained all the departments factual basis of professional misconduct including negligence gross negligence incompetence gross incompetence exercising undue influence fraudulent practice and fitness and failure to maintain records after full consideration of the penalties available. The committee has determined that to protect the people of the state of new york. The respondents licensed shall be revoked. Isaac curse cov. The shrink next door had five days to hand in his license to practice. Psychiatry in the state of new york.
Marking one year of the global COVID-19 pandemic
"For everyone. We all lost something. President Biden beginning tonight Speech marking one year since covert 19 was declared a global pandemic with a somber tone, saying denials for days, weeks and months led to more deaths, more stress and more loneliness. But he offered cautious optimism in the form of more vaccine getting to the public. You know what we need to do to beat his fires? Tell the truth. Follow the scientists. The science work together. But trust and faith in our government of Phyllis. Most important function, which is protecting the American people know function more important, and he said one of his main goals is to get kids back to in person school in his 1st 100 days in office, and he said, if everyone gets vaccinated and follow CDC guidelines, we get closer to normal by July, 4th.
Biden Says U.S. to Have Vaccines for All Adults by End of May
"People vaccinated. Faster. I'm least Phyllis Sarah Fox News president. Biden says a partnership between Mark and Johnson and Johnson will speed up the production of the J and J covert vaccine so that all American adults will be able to get a shot by the end of May. And he says educators need to move to the head of the line is yet another move to help accelerate to safely open number schools. Legend treat in person learning like an essential service that it is, and that means getting essential workers provide that service educators school staff Child care workers get them vaccinated immediately. The president had said he expected vaccines to be ready for all adults by the end of July, but the president said Americans need to keep wearing
Irv Cross, NFL player, pioneer Black analyst, dies at 81
"Melancholy trails to irv cross the pioneering broadcaster and standout defensive back for the eagles and rams died yesterday at eighty. One cross was the first black analyst doing football on national television. Cbs hired in nineteen. Seventy one and four years later. Put together the greatest pre-game show in american sports. The nfl today on cbs. I live pregame show. There were cross his college classmate. At northwestern brent musburger phyllis george and jimmy the greek snyder on sundays tens of millions tuned in to see and hear what they had to say each member. That case was the perfect choice. Musburger the surviving members of cross quote. He was the ultimate teammate. To tell you the truth he was the perfect personality for the group of egos. He had to be
Irv Cross, NFL player, pioneer Black analyst, dies at 81
"NFL corner Irv Cross has died. After a successful nine year playing career cross been 23 years with CBS, most notably as the first Black Network Sports show anchor on the NFL today show alongside Phyllis George. And Brent Mussburger cross was 81 years old. Rob would work to believe GOP sports. It was my uncle's favorite
"phyllis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Cloris Leachman playing Phyllis. Another one of her foils on the Mary Tyler Moore Show was another legend who, thank goodness we still have around is Betty White. Who played the nemesis of Phyllis Sue Ann Nivens, the nymphomaniac homemaker. Well, in this scene, Phyllis finds out that Sue Ann had an affair had an affair with her husband, Lars, and goes to the TV studio with Mary to confront Sue Anne. Listen to this quick little exchange. Hi. Sue Ann. Oh, Mary, How nice of you. Don't you look pretty. Oh, thank you. You remember Phyllis Lindstrom? Yes. From your party. Nice to see you again. I'll come right to the point. I'm here to talk about you and Mary is here to see to it that I don't rip your face off. Oh, but it's It was just she was just amazing and like Jimmy Burrows said. Just a great comedian, and you could see it on Phyllis. You could see it in Young Frankenstein. You could see it on raising hope and all of the guest starring appearance. You could see it on her talk show appearances. She just literally did it all and never stop working. Andre. Just the world is a less interesting place about her in it. And as I said, at the beginning of the show, and I'll say it now to wrap this up. It's very sad to think that Mary Rhoda and Phyllis are now all gone. You know, it's just It's just very sad to make. So Yeah. They don't have a little twinkle in her eye and kind of a little almost like deviant side, which made it really exciting. Oh, she is so good. Don't we have a half price deal today? Yes, we do you it is aesthetic, a skin health and wellness clinic. You're going to get 30 units of Bo Tox for half price..
Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys
"Woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News.
Cloris Leachman, Oscar-winning actor also known as TV’s Phyllis Lindstrom, dies at 94, publicist says
"Still to come on all things considered. Emmi, an Oscar winning actress Cloris Leachman has died. Leachman is best remembered for her intense, dramatic and loopy comic roles from the last picture Show, Too Young Frankenstein
Cloris Leachman, Emmy and Oscar Winner, Dies at 94
"A veteran academy award winning actor has died Cloris Leachman won an Oscar for her portrayal of a lonely housewife in the last Picture Show and this twenty eleven Associated Press interview she said she loved doing the work of an actor acting is partly being a detective so it's fun to sort it out figure it out see who's in the hall of the people are and figure out what to do great fun Leachman could also make people laugh as she did in the role of Phyllis the neighbor on the Mary Tyler Moore show she says in this two thousand nine clip doing comedy is serious business you have to really mean it or want it or do it you know you have to give it your all publicist says Cloris Leachman died in her sleep of natural causes she was ninety four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"phyllis" Discussed on KGO 810
"372474 is our number and now Back to the phone and Phyllis in Charleston, West. Virginia. Yo, Phyllis. Hi, Yah! Hi. Yah Do win. Hello? How is everything? Hey, boy it if there was any better there before of us, That's what I figured. We couldn't stand that. What's on your mind? Phyllis? I have Uh, I'm working on the basement and I have some habitats counters you alright? Habitat cabinets and I have bought. You know what? Put a final pop on it, and I went toe lows just before Christmas, and they were discontinued Some okay, All right, and So I bought him But now I need to cut him and I don't have a cat. Um Oh, that's easy. Oh, gosh. What a good question. Basically you put a pencil Lina onto the cabinet where you want to make the cut. And all your cuts are gonna be straight cuts, right? Not a 45. Well, yeah, but 45. Even though it's gonna be a 45 degree angle, the cut itself will be perfectly straight. All right. This is something that you can use a hand saw for. Okay? And you want to about a 12 point, Hands off. Okay, well, point hands when you go in and ask the person at the tool store for 12 point hand saw, okay or or a finish. Tooth hand saw finished two. That's a really, really fine, fine blade. And then what you do is you make a pencil mark at your 45 degrees or your.
Porcupines vs. Armadillos
"Hi i'm molly bloom. And this is smash boom best the show where we take two things smash them together and ask you to decide which one is best today to courageous critters take the stage. It's armadillos versus porcupines. Which brave and beautiful beast claim the crown. Will it be the master of armor or the king of quills. It won't be easy but luckily hob taste here to help us decide high hobday so hobday when i say armadillo what comes to mind so they have like armor and they got like roll up. And how about when. I say porcupine what comes to mind when i say porcupine many many needles like neil all around so this is going. Be a tough decision. Porcupines versus armadillos is gonna be a a close to me. I think this is going to be a really close debate. They both have really interesting ways of defending themselves. So what tips. Do you have far debaters today. How can they convince you. I'll say humour in facts. Those are some great debate strategies. All right now. It's time to introduce our debaters arguing for the heroic hard shelled armadillo. It's phyllis fletcher. Hi phyllis hey now. Phyllis in a single sentence why are armadillos. The most awesome because they are fabulous and tough a very compact argument. I like it here. To rep proud and prickly team porcupine. It's tracy mumford high tracy. Hey they're feeling sharp. Tracy give us your take on. Why porcupines are the perfect creature. Porcupines bring their super punk attitude across so many continents showed off their thrills and quills and surviving in the wild ready to rock. We are off to a very strong start but remember it. All comes down to hobday's opinion when him over and win the match. Phyllis and tracy are you up for the challenge. Yup so ready. Hey before we start. Let's recap the rounds. I it's the declaration of greatness team. Armadillo and t porcupine will each deliver. A statement in defense of their side using fabulous facts figures and stories. Each team will also have thirty seconds to make a rebuttal next. It's the micro around a creative challenge that both sides have already prepared for then. It's the sneak attacks a surprise challenge that will require debaters to use all of their skills to score a point and then the final six are debaters will make their last argument in just six words. A sweet short and crucial round table. Be giving out points along the way. But he'll keep his score a secret until the very end listeners. We want you to judge too. If you'd like to score on an official scorecard you can download one on our website at smash boom dot org or just make your own okay everybody. Are you ready so ready. Yep yep definitely perfect that it's time for the declaration of greatness Are debaters will present the most fascinating facts and awesome arguments in favor of their side. We flipped a coin. And phyllis your up. I get us amped up about armadillos. Imagine if you really don't like something that's happening or he thinks someone's going to come over and try to start something. Imagine you just turn into a ball. Just you're a ball and your shell is tough like a bike helmet. Your whole body is just a big sphere. Made out of bike helmet stuff. You're almost like a transformer. You just shape shifting. You don't have to deal with anything until you come out. That is the life of an armadillo. The armadillo is fabulous and tough. It looks funny and it has other weird qualities which i shall name however it's weird qualities are exactly what. Make it so tough. And so fabulous. I defy you to name a better animal. An armadillo kind of looks like a cross between a turtle an anti-terror it lives in south america. Central america and the southern. Us it's a mammal it walks around on all fords. It can be anywhere from three inches long to five feet depending what kind it is and it has a show a lot of the time it's tan which makes it look like a football and for the armadillos that can curl up and hide. Those ones can look like a tiny volleyball.
"phyllis" Discussed on KCRW
"Let him go. In other words, you could put it. Let your ears hear whatever they want to hear. Don't judge the sounds. Don't know as it were proper sounds or improper sounds, And it doesn't matter if somebody coughs or sneezes or drop something. It's all just sound. And if I am talking to you right now, and you're doing this. I want you to listen to the sound of my voice. Justus. If it would noise don't try to make any sense out of what I'm saying. Because your brain will take care of that automatically. You don't have to try to understand anything. Just listen to the song as you pursue that experiment. You will very naturally find that you can't help. Naming sounds identify him that you will go on thinking that is to say talking to yourself inside your head automatically. But it's important that you don't try to repress those thoughts. By forcing them out of your mind because that will have precisely the same effect as if you were trying to smooth rough water with a flat iron. We're just going to disturb it home on what you do. Is this as you hear Sounds coming up in your head thoughts. You simply listen to them as part of the general noise going on Justus. He would be listening to the sound of my voice. Or justice, he would be listening to cars going by, or two birds chattering outside the window. So look at your own thoughts as just noises and soon you will find that so called outside world on the so called inside world come together they are a happening. Your thoughts are happening, just like sounds going on outside and everything is simply a happening on. All you're doing is watching it. Can you hear parts? Can you hear the future? Can you hear Listener? Yeah. Where did the sounds come from? Happen. Tell you the truth, too. Now in this process, another thing that is happening that is very important is that you're breathing. And as you start meditation, you allow your breath. To run. Just a zit wills. In other words, don't do at first any breathing exercise, but just watch your breath breathing the way it wants to breathe. Come on. Don't notice a curious thing about this. You say in the ordinary way I breathe. Because you feel that breathing is something that you are doing voluntarily, just in the same way as you might be walking. Or talking. But you will also notice that when you are not thinking about breathing, you're breathing goes on just the same. So the curious thing about breath is that it could be looked at both as a voluntary and involuntary action. You couldn't feel on the one hand I am doing it. And on the other hand, it is happening to me. That is why breathing Is the most important part of meditation. Because it is going to show you as you become aware of your breath that the hard and fast division that we make between what we do on the one hand and what happens to us on the other is arbitrary. So that as you watch your breathing You will become where That Both the voluntary and the involuntary aspect of your experience are all one happening. Now, that may at first seem a little scary because you may think Well, um, I just the puppet. Ever happening, the mere passive witness of something that's going on completely beyond my control. Or on the other hand, am I really doing everything that's going along? If I were, I should be God. That would be very embarrassing because I would be in charge of everything that would be terribly responsible position. The truth of the matter is, you will see it. Is that Both things are true. You can see it that everything is happening to you. And on the other hand, you're doing everything. For example, it's your eyes that are turning the sun into light. It's the nerve ends in your skin that are turning Electric vibrations in the air into heat and temperature. It's your ear drums that are turning vibrations in the air into sound, and in that way you are creating the world. But When we're not talking about it when we're not Phyllis up philosophizing about it. Then there is just this happening this.