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Fresh update on "pugh" discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

00:38 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pugh" discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Yes lost all of those. Yeah i posted this one a nice candid shot of me on the set of my show. Nypd blue at dash dennis franz nypd blue photo ida buddy who's bon jovi and he would comment on everyone trying to recall story. Were him in. Jeremy renner to fogo to chow on dime. It was a good done but hawkeye New series coming to disney november twenty. Four th hailee steinfeld will be playing Faulk was the care. Why can't why a kate bishop. Yeah keisha Who was a protege under study of hawkeye. clint barton. There's rumors that kingpin might be in this Florence pugh defa going to be an as alena. We saw i in black widow. You have to assume we could see We could see potentially Vow joy dreyfuss saint valentin account. Tina verify amigas in this show Playing the mother of cape bishop it was. It was a cool trailer but also christmas. Show that the me off guard yeah. That's the pledge. I mean nick. The first song was the first because christmas yet. The post blip fallout new york. Because clint barton was a dick killed. Everybody yes to deal with the with the backlash when he was ronan kendrick. I know you didn't love the ronin stuff in endgame right. It was just of there. I wanted to see more of that. Which i'm assuming we're going to get a deeper dive in here but the or the trailer here. I thought. Cool 'cause they almost like a little bit of a blend of die hard and would you call home alone to write. It had like those goofy trap setting and all that and like the obviously the the violence and extra behind gives you the die. Hard call backs I'm super bowl for this actually. And i'm not a fan of hawkeye fucking bone era guy. We know we have guys with bigger powers in that or like the grounded -ness of the character foci and like him being able to teach gay bishop and maybe gain more backstory. I'm what hawk was up to. During a blip the the Would you call it As ronin and then also his sort of coming to terms with natasha's death and always having to deal with florence pew during all that as well as alena or characters name is That's gonna be really cool. I'm really pumped to see how they're able to do that. These showrunner. i'm not crazy familiar with. I know i was just reading up on them the other day like. I think they've just done like a couple of episodes mad men and a few other things So that part is interesting to me just to see how someone not crazy ton of experience we saw. Show running handled. Show this so. I've in hawkeye. As a main character. I enjoy him in doses as a as a side character a secondary characters..

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TikTok's Tinx Shares Her Viral Dating Box Theory

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

TikTok's Tinx Shares Her Viral Dating Box Theory

"Let me play back this can you. You have a second this tanya. And then i'd like to get her opinion on this. I've thinks from tick-tock share do that's who you're looking at. She's right there he just got here. Welcome ti guys. So tink has become a bit of a relationship expert. I guess and let me play this back. And then we'll have a little discussion about it. This is about when you are put into a box category. When you meet somebody right sicily. You're married you're not dating but tanya You box people up don't you. Oh this is like this is for sure thing the thing. Let's play this illicit when men meet you in antic setting. They put you in a box. Either they want to date you. They wanna sleep with you or they want nothing to do with you. It's very difficult to shift from box to box in. Your behavior doesn't really affect what boxer into a guy so if he meets you and he's like i want to date this girl. You could pugh on his shoes and sleep with him on the first night and it wouldn't matter vice versa. If he meets you and he just wants to hook up you could make him wait three months to sleep with you. It's not going to change that. And i get asked this question all the time takes. How long should i make him way with him when you are ready. Waiting to sleep with someone doesn't guarantee that he's going to view you as relationship material so it takes. Are you single. I am yeah recently single actually recently single so this is all part of your world then seattle so fascinating theory broken down like that. Because i'm a guy and i'm thinking to myself. Do i put dates in a box. You deal a lot of guys do. And they don't even realize that i find guys have a lot more resistance to this theory on because i think that they don't want to appear like simple minded or like that they're kind of a one track mind whereas all it resonates with so many women because your behavior it doesn't affect it like you can wait for months and months. You can talk about how much you like knitting. You can talk about how much you love. Jesus in your dog and they still might not want to date you

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A Review of the Newest Addition to the MCU: Black Widow

WBAP Morning News

02:04 min | 2 months ago

A Review of the Newest Addition to the MCU: Black Widow

"I mean, the Marvel universe. Fans have been waiting for this for months and months and months, and now it's available. In theaters, and it's also on Disney plus so that you can see it there as well. It's going to be the apparently the only black widow films since Scarlett Johansson's character actually died in adventures and came this story has said a little before that. And she goes back to Eastern Europe in order to track down and ruined the great Russian spymaster who made her into a spy in the first place. And she also reunites with her fake family with which you were who she was an undercover spy in the United States in the 19 nineties in order to bring this fellow down, so it's a combination of family drama. Shall we say? With a big action, splashy action movie. I found the intimate moments in this film actually better than the action ones, which are in the typical modern way over cuts so that you can't really tell what's going on a lot of time and just overloaded with C G I the real star of the film, Although Johansson is very good is Florence Pugh. Who plays her younger, so called sister. They were sisters when they were undercover spies, and they unite along with their father and mother in order to bring down this terrible Russian mastermind who still wants to dominate the world with his army of brainwashed young women called widows. Uh, the people who Fans of the far Marvel universe are going to love this film. They're going to go out to it in droves. They're going to pay for it and dizzy. Plus, it's going to be a huge success. But it's really a kind of footnote to the series as a whole. It doesn't advance the overall marble saga very much. And as I say, it's probably a one off for Scarlett Johansson's Who cares whose character unless she miraculously comes to life will have to remain dead after this episode. Alright, that's black Widow Next up, Don Cheadle and

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How Florence Pugh and Scarlett Johansson Became Besties

Direct from Hollywood

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

How Florence Pugh and Scarlett Johansson Became Besties

"pugh" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

04:18 min | 5 months ago

"pugh" Discussed on The Playbook

"Boardroom. I'm your host david meltzer. I have an incredible brand. He doesn't know he's a friend of mine. Because i've been around him so many different times kind of waving and saying hi a lot times. It's dark when he sees me but justin pugh Incredible guard for the arizona cardinals credible person and we've had several different friends in several different places but just in welcome to the playbook. Thanks for having me on your explain. Explain it to me. But i i know frostad times but there may be a few times. I'm i'm forgetting about so on a lot of great things thank you. My favorite is my executive producer. The head of my media you may or may not know. His name is justin poop q. And we've been next you warm. Warren moon is my partner. So we've been next you some nights and here's like what are your buddies. Here's a my buddies justin pugh and he's like wait a second his. Id they all freaking out on my friend. But i do an apology before we get started. The favorite nike gift. I've ever gotten at the super bowl. Is these custom-made raincoats. At the atlanta super bowl. And i blast now out to be an influence or right so i get the special wristband to go. Get this special stuff from nike. I always used to have the glomming onto warren. He would give me the free stuff for me anyway. Just in is there. And he didn't realize they gave him the thought. Everyone got the special band so they made him a raincoat and then by the time he was finished he realized they must've thought that he was you. So you ended up with like a tiny raincoat atlanta because we screwed up and he took your name so hopefully you got to make your own. Ah it's all good. It's all going to nike for a few years. So they've sent a few jackets rat years. I've i've figured as much you know. Exactly the mindset is so important to both of us and one of the reasons. I want you have on. The playbook is that you've been very honest about how you've had this shift your mindset your friends at the handle group. My friends at the handle group You know our extraordinary coaches And to me the difference of a coach and a mentor as a coach brings the best out of us. A mentor tells you the best of themselves and hopefully you can follow them as an example You've been around coaches since you've been a little boy People who are bringing the best out of you. How have you compared the on. The field coaches to the off the field coaches to the significance of your.

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Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

Your Brain on Facts

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

"Let's kick this off with a fact number one about the guinness world record. It only costs five dollars to apply for a guinness world record but if you want an official adjudicator with a stop watching a clipboard to come watch you do it. That'll run ten thousand dollars. An adult queen bee's body can be twenty five percent ovary by wait until sixteen. Seventy people thought that high f- life revolved around a king. Be a shocking assumption. I know until one was examined under a microscope. And the biologist was surprised by the size of the king's ovaries skylight. Charlie see-saw half moon regretful. Climb silence mill and patriotic shorter art racehorses. They were nicknames for the guillotine. Oh fellow brainiacs. I'm dan pugh. And i'm shana harrison. According to the oxford english dictionary. Elvis has left. The building is used to express. The finality of situation on a person has died or made a dramatic or notable exit as early as nineteen fifty-six the phrase was commonly used as a public announcement at the end of singer elvis presley's concerts to inform the fans. There was no possibility of his performing another encore so it was a literal usage. The phrases earliest figurative use was an allusion to his death on august sixteenth. Nineteen seventy seven. My favorite is to use it. When tents argument has just ended and both of the people in a storm off and then me and the other bystanders. All like oh. That was really weird. Yeah i could really lighten the mood. Join us on a whimsical adventure of idioms and other turns of phrase on bunny trails word. History podcast the groundbreaking movie. Akira was the most expensive anime when it was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight costing seven hundred million yen or about six point three million dollars five point. Three million euros adjusted for inflation. That's about fourteen million dollars today

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Ghosts movies and the real deal

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:12 min | 6 months ago

Ghosts movies and the real deal

"Welcome to kits myths and mysteries. I'm your host. Ken crammed today in my month. Long investigation into the spirit world and ghost will go hollywood and then we'll look at some facts about goes. I'll start with a dark and stormy night. That's under ship. The trees from their very roots bolts of lightning struck. The earth surface burning holes deep into the soil. What was inside. The house was ten times as frightening. Livingston's had goes several black monstrous floating creatures. They would not lamps off. Tables push pictures off. Walls throw close out of closets and drawers. They killed the family. Dog fluffy and eight to guinea pig actor. The cats pugh brown phone from his mouth and moaned incessantly. The livingston's wanted to know when this reign of terror was going to stop green. Smoke would burn out of the nostrils of these unwelcome guests. The red eyes glared the dark. Purple slime dripped from their mouths. Nothing could stop or tame these horrible visitors from the world beyond they were out to destroy the family home and drive. Mr and mrs livingston insane. They hated with a vengeance. They showed no mercy on the children day. They tied them up and chopped off their toes. They were horrible. Villainous monster slowly taking over and destroying this beautiful nineteenth century victorian home just as an evil lucky spectre looms towards mr livingston wielding a bloody axe. Someone in the back room to cut us. Do the scene over there you go. That's what we hear a lot of variations like that about ghosts but here are some facts about at are quite so hollywood ish. The difference between a ghost spirit is very simple. They're both soles. That are no longer living in a body but a ghost is a soul that has remained on earth in a spirit is a soul has moved on to the other side and has begun a new life there.

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]]Securing Public Pensions

After The Fact

05:44 min | 8 months ago

]]Securing Public Pensions

"The first star emission disturbing members can be police officers. They came preschool employees and state employees. And what we do is we. We make sure that they have a retirement benefit at the time that they're ready to stop actively working in calpers over the last four years has been making very difficult decisions about the appropriate funding of these pension plans for the future. We'll trust i'm dan. Lewis can this is after the fact and that was marcy frost. She leads the california public employees retirement system. Calpers is the nation's largest public pension system with a global investment portfolio of around four hundred twenty billion dollars that's a figure larger than the gdp of countries like norway singapore and the difficult decisions. Marcie mentions affect the retirement benefits for nearly two million public employees retirees and their families is a challenge facing many states across the country as they look at the best ways to fund their public pension systems. And that's something. Greg menace works on at pugh helping states develop solutions to close the funding gap between what state pension plans odor their public employees. And the money. That's being put aside to pay that bill up. Hugh analysis in two thousand eighteen found that funding gap in the states totaled one point two four trillion dollars. That's with a t and that's the data point for our episode. It's a number. Experts see growing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic amid those daunting numbers states like pennsylvania and california have discovered innovative ways to ensure pension systems. Keep their promises to retirees. Most people are familiar with 401k. Plans and over sixty million americans saved through retirement primarily through those kinda plans in the public sector. It's different where most of the state and local workers participate in what are called defined benefit plans by and large this distinction where in the public sector benefits are paid for through a fixed payment in retirement And the money is managed by the state and today there's about four trillion dollars in public assets. Invested in stocks bonds alternative investments is the main differences between that. Most people save for retirement. The all of us have to be concerned about our retirement. All of us need to plan ahead. Why should all of us care about the public. Employees pension system a well funded pension system in the public sector. can literally cost billions billions of dollars less every year from the state or local budget as compared to one. That's severely underfunded. The short answer is that in a well-funded system the state or local government is setting aside money each and every year while people are working to pay for their benefits when they retire and as it turns out by doing that it ends up that compounded investment earnings and up paying for the majority of the benefit. I'm in contrast they severely underfunded system. Where the money hasn't been set aside while people are in their working years. They lose out. On all kinds of compounded investment earnings and as a result the majority of the cost comes out of the state for state or local budget. I'm just to provide some examples. We look at pension. Plans in states. Like tennessee and south dakota and wisconsin all of which are close to being fully funded. It sounds like if states are planning their investments properly in a smart way. The earnings made by those investments can pay for the costs to maintain the fund. What happens with states. That aren't fully funded if you look at states like kentucky illinois new jersey all of which have less than fifty percent of the assets set aside that budgetary cost is closer to fifteen percent of revenue on average so that means no state somewhere between one and ten in one in five tax dollars going to pensions that adds up to about a ten billion dollars of additional cost across those three states alone. And so i think this is important from the public's perspective not only because of the impact that can have on state and local budgets and in turn the resources that are available for public services but also because having a well-funded system helps to prevent reductions in workforce or cuts in benefits that you need to attract skilled public workforce to be very specific. That means there's less money to buy police cars or paved roads or any other public service. That taxpayer dollars fund right. I mean and that's that's a big deal. I mean the government is always looking to contain costs whether it's healthcare or other issues this is. This is a big ticket item for a lot of states. That's absolutely right. And as i mentioned before. I think for a larger state and city the difference between having a well-funded system in an underfunded system comes out billions of dollars every year so everything from investments in education and infrastructure to healthcare ends up being strained in the budget each and every year it almost sounds like innovation is sort of old school ideas of like. Just you know figuring out what the bills are going to be a mixture. You got the money to pay for them you know. I think that that's right. And there are two ways in particular where i think innovation plays a role you to first off it has to do with how plans and pension systems planned for uncertainty and some of the states that i just mentioned tennessee. Wisconsin in south dakota very clear predefined rules about how to adjust cost if there's a downturn or investments underperform. This includes building margin of safety into assumptions essentially setting aside a rainy day fund within the pensions system and then also adjustments to worker benefits. That are clearly understood by everybody and so from that perspective i think innovation goes back to looking at the policies and practices that these states have been following for

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States of Innovation: In Depth With Sue Urahn, Pews President and CEO

After The Fact

04:22 min | 9 months ago

States of Innovation: In Depth With Sue Urahn, Pews President and CEO

"Welcome to after the fact for the pew charitable. Trust's dan duke. At a time. When many of us feel is gridlocked. It's important to remember. There are places where real change is being made this season. we're looking at states of innovation examples of state governments. Who have creatively addressed problems with solutions. That are working as always we start with the data point for this episode. That number is sixty seven percent. Sixty seven percent or about two thirds of. Us adults are confident. In local elected officials according to the pew research center and those local officials are central to the innovation. We'll be covering ciaran. Got her start in state government working for the minnesota state legislature where she saw research translated into policies and laws that improved people's lives that led her joining pugh twenty five years ago where she eventually launched pews work with state governments around the we talked to sue about pews focus on evidence based policymaking and how it continues to make a difference. So you're an welcome nice to be here. It seems to have you joining us because your background is in state policy. And you're also the new president and ceo of pew so welcome. Congratulations thank you. I wanted to talk about your background. Because you started in state government before you came to pew. The reason i ended up in the legislature was fairly simple. I was finishing a phd in education. I loved doing research. But i had a fairly significant desire to also have an impact and not the basic research does not have an impact. But i wanted something a little bit more immediate. During the time i was in grad school i had an opportunity to work with the higher education coordinating board in minnesota which set education policy. And i just loved it was the to do research and then to see it. Translated into decisions and policies that had an immediate impact. And i was hooked right from the beginning. I have a deep deep fondness for my home state and the ability to be able to work on policy affected. The state mattered. A lot to me. So the end of the day. I stayed in minnesota and i went to the legislature an unparalleled opportunity to not only see the sausage getting made but to be part of the sausage making process so for me it was also an ability to continue to learn. I had in grad school. Obviously done a lot of research and a lot of presentations and a lot of conversations on that. But i had never been up front and involved in the policy process so during your tenure is the time to pew is really made its evolution into much more of a policy oriented organization as opposed to a grant making organization. You eventually became the director of the pew center on the states. Which gets us to our topic of this season. How did that come about. And what was the whole idea behind. Pugh getting involved in a center focused on the state's well. We had had a couple projects just before that one of the very first one. I did when i moved over to the program. Side was a pretty significant multi your investment to help states invest in preschool for kids and based on the very compelling research that was not widely known at that time that there was a very good economic return on investment. When states were able to do that it was at a time when states were very frustrated about their lack of progress on k. Twelve or form so. i think they view preschool. As a really great place to invest and we viewed it as a place that was ripe for progress at the state level so we moved that program forward and worked in several states. And as we did that it became very clear that the opportunity to engage in different kinds of policy areas at at the state level was something that you should really take a very close look at so launching. The pugh center on the states allowed us to bring together different kinds of policy whether it was education. Or how well states perform or sentencing and corrections and develop buck capacity at pugh that allowed us to work across different issue areas but bring some of the same approaches and thoughtful research to bear. That would help. State policy makers make better decisions.

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UNTO THE SECOND GENERATION

Big Book Podcast

04:57 min | 11 months ago

UNTO THE SECOND GENERATION

"A young veteran tells how few rupp experiences pushed him into a and how he was therefore spared years of suffering. My eyes opened onto a hazy world. Two fuzzy came into focus slowly. I realized i was in bed. And that the objects were my feet in case in a harness affair. I blinked slowly as i shifted my gaze to my arms. They also were held in some sort of strap or to gradually consciousness. Returned enough to let me know. I was in a hospital looked about the room. At one end of the bed near the foot was a printed card and beneath that was a chartered graph. I couldn't focus enough to make out the chart. But the card contained two words acute alcoholism. Then it came to me. I was in a hospital. The place hawaii the year. Nineteen forty eight. I closed my eyes and tried to think. I remembered having had a little drink of whiskey with a can of warm beer as a chaser. Then something happened. What was it. i couldn't recall. I opened my eyes again and a shadow fell across the bed. Standing there was a gray haired man tall trim and in uniform. There were gold bars on his shoulders. I'm in the us navy. This must be the doctor. He asked how i felt. I didn't reply. A cormon stood beside him. The doctor motion to the corman to undo my straightjacket and leg restraints. I moved about a little. The doctor sat down beside the bed and asked me how i felt. Do you know why you're in here. He queried. I could tell him a lot of reasons why i am here in elke ward at the age of twenty. I don't know how. I got here this trip but it doesn't matter very much i'm an alcoholic. Don't mince words. i'm a rummy. I can't control my drinking anymore. It controls me. I remember back in high school. When i was fifteen we all had lockers. The other pupils kept books pencils paper gym equipment and such stuff in their lockers. I did too. I also kept beer at fifteen. Was strictly a beer drinker. I didn't graduate to the hard stuff until i was sixteen. The other kids would light out for the hamburger hud's or the ice cream parlors. The pizza joins or bowling alleys after football games and dances. I didn't. I went to saloons where i could get drinks. I didn't give a whoop about anything. Scholastic i got a job after school pumping gas and worked until ten or eleven. At night i was the kid of the crew. I tried to mimic the talk ideas moods and even the drinking of the older man. It hurt to be considered a kid. I talked out of the side of my mouth as they did. I smoke this much. Tried to drink as much and do everything they did. Only more so. I found i could boost my income by selling gas. Coupons rationing was in effect. Then that i'd taken in earlier from other customers by filching nichols from the coke machine by short sticking customers on oil and by selling oil. I drained out of other cars. School was getting to be one big bore. I was skipping classes about two days a week and doing no book work whatever. I was failing in everything. The principal had no alternative but to expel me. I beat him to it. I quit when i was just past sixteen. I had a drinking problem on my hands even at that time. So did my parents. They both drank like fish. They had been drinking for many years. And we're getting progressively worse. Homelife didn't mean much to me. They were kind when they thought about it. But that wasn't often i wanted love and affection but i didn't get it. I did as i pleased most of the time. I wasn't burdened with parental guidance. And i didn't want any. I ran away for the second time with another lad. We got to omaha for my home in chicago. We headed out of town walking. No money cold and hungry. It was late at night. We spotted a church in a small town. We broke open a window and got inside. We started to light some matches to see but the draft blew them out so we rolled old newspapers together and made torches to find a good soft pugh and get some sleep. My torch blazed madly in the pew caught fire. We heard some yells outside. A busload of basketball players had been passing and saw the flames. They summoned the fire department. And the sheriff. I spent the next three days in a sell. My dad who was a newspaper man and had some connections. Had meantime put a stop on me. And i guess that report went all over the country. We were identified. And i was put on a train for chicago. The sheriff bad as goodbye very happily. I think dad paid him something to let me go

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Interview with Amy Dresner

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Amy Dresner

"I'm your host Angela Pugh we are recording in my home away from home. Sunny. Hollywood California although it's not very sunny yet it looks like. It's getting there our guest today I'm so excited about this. I just met amy she's fantastic. She's so much fun Amy Dresner. She's a former professional stand up comic and she has this fabulous book. I can't wait to read called my fair junkie a memoir of getting dirty and staying clean and that is available on audiobook to which I just found out, which is my favorite. So I will definitely be getting it as soon as we are done with this podcast. So Amy, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here I. Thanks for having me. I'm really awesome to meet you in person. I'm glad. Yeah Right. God. You're not glad you're here and I'm not doing this podcast by myself. So I was thinking with your personality, you should have a podcast of God. And everyone has a podcast. I'm time for a podcast You know I'm doing a lot of book promotion and a lot of podcast like yours people people other writers are like teasing me. They're like, are you on a podcast? Thirty it's embarrassing. So I actually made a meam of Colonel Puff Puff my cat going up you're on another podcast for your book please tell me more. So, what other stuff have you been doing promoting the book? Not Just Interviews readings I did a couple book fairs Best places for people to find your book. I'd say Amazon, it's Barnes and noble online. It's on target online nice but Barnes and noble in stores online everyone seems to be buying on Amazon. It's on india-bound. It's on fit? Amazon. Is probably going to own the world pretty soon. If they keep doing same day delivery like I will never leave my house to shop again. Yeah. That was the problem I think with the book. was them trying to push for a pre sales like addicts don't want deferred gratification? You know what I mean. So there I am like pushing. preorder book is like three months away and everyone's like No like they want. Order Yeah you know addicts one instant gratification me with audiobook. There you go. That's says they've never has never seen something like that. With my book, they've seen a one to one ratio of the paper of the of the hardcover audiobook. Me On a podcast and they downloaded immediately. Yes. The. Other part of it is audio. We were talking about this a little bit before we started recording audio is so easy because I can hit play on my phone and I can walk out of my house in it'll play I walk in the House it POPs up on my Bluetooth. Speaker. When I get in my car pops up on my car you're very electronically organized not I I'm I'm Ju Yeah I'm not tech people in general. Speaking for myself not other Jews. We're not that great at that's up except when I was a tweaker I had a little I had some good stuff it'll. Yeah and I was good at taking apart electric's. Fixing them just taking them apart in. Do you really need to fix them once? and. Now I'M GONNA go for a series deal based on the book, which is Super Super Exciting. Okay. What will that look like eyebrow? Oh come on as a little something. Okay. It's based on the book correct. So So based on a true story. Yeah. It's based on the book and I really want the opportunity to be involved in in the writing and I really want the opportunity to do a TV show that shows. Addiction. How it really is Not just these destructive monsters that were sensitive and needy and that we you know it's not celebrity rehab wherever was puking in garbage cans and fighting, and you know that's a part of it but it's like you I don't think there's been I've been I've been watching Patrick Melrose. I can't watch like I'm trying to watch at one of my good girlfriends. Told me about it she is hooked and I. Watch it but here it's so hard for me because of the needles like there's go to in the beginning. Yeah. When I when I started it and the first thing was a Syringe, my heart was like. Were you an IV drug user I? Well, I, was in such a chick was and I still have like of lick a visceral reaction needles and we spend maybe fifteen years since I've shot drugs right But my I have a weird sort of like it's like excitement and kind of repulsion nausea at the same time. But my body remembers I. See it my body goes crew. Is Wife's up wanting watching intervention because that's why I stopped it stopped it was to actually what triggering me freaking me out to show. She told me about that show and I started watching those are the that goes away that's beginning Kelly I can't watch this why I stopped watching out beginning it goes later it becomes more about is abusive childcare becomes. Because this is part. Don't tell me one TV show. That that really shows addiction the way it

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Under Trump, US reputation hits rock-bottom: Pew global survey

PRI's The World

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Under Trump, US reputation hits rock-bottom: Pew global survey

"For the past three and a half years the united. States has not been very favorably viewed by other Western countries that's according to survey results from the Pew Research Center but a new study they paula shows that our reputation has taken even deeper nosedive just over the past year Jacob poster is at Pugh in Washington Jacob Pugh does a lot of surveys and this is not the first one about America's image what made this survey nick. Well, we've actually been doing surveys for twenty years now, and we've been tracking the international image of the US during that time period and in the current survey in two thousand and twenty, we're finding some the lowest ratings we've ever found among traditional allies of the United States in terms of US favorability including in Japan, the UK Canada you know more than four in ten have positive views of the United States and these are some of the lowest levels of favorability we've ever measured for the United States. The title of the survey says a lot. I think US image plummets internationally as most say country's handled corona virus badly. So how did your survey respondents about the US and the corona virus like what was one of the questions? Where we ask people on whether various countries including their own were doing a good job of dealing with the corona virus outbreak and on that question when we asked about it for the United States, no more than twenty percent and any of the thirteen countries that we surveyed said, the United States was doing a good job of dealing with the krona virus outbreak and that's different from what people told us about their own countries and most of the. Countries we surveyed people were actually fairly happy with how their own country had dealt with the outbreak. The there are places where the US image is seen more positively than other places. What country had the most people who thought the US was responding well to the coronavirus in terms of response to the coronavirus no country was over twenty percent. But when it comes to the US favorability, there are countries were a majority still have a favorable view of. The US, but that number has shrunk dramatically in the last year. South. Korea's one country where fifty nine percent have a favorable view of the US. But even there that's down almost twenty points from two thousand nineteen when seventy seven percent favourable view of the US

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2020 Fall Movie Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:11 min | 1 year ago

2020 Fall Movie Preview

"Hi everybody I am Peter Travers and welcome to this special edition of Popcorn where creed you all the movies opening between Labor Day and New Year's Eve I know wait what aren't we in a pandemic Will really be moved this fall and theaters to show them in I mean the answer to both those questions is a huge. Yes. Sixty two percent of all US theaters are open now and there's going to be more to come covid permitting, of course, and those movies that can't make it to the multiplex will be available for rental or streaming in sickness and in health people, you can't keep a good movie down. So let's start with the blockbusters that are out there. Number one is tenant. Brain Teasing epoch from Dark Knight Director. Christopher. Nolan. That's geared to fire up the fall season and in theaters and with your mask and distancing in place you can strap in for this kind of Christopher Nolan throw ride and watch the spy master he's played by John David Washington give James Bond a run for his money you know you just have to. Get your head around the physics in this movie. Maybe don't know about how you can go forward and backwards in time at the same time I don't know either I was a little confused by that but you'll be glued to the visual miracles that are on screen here every cent of tenants two, hundred, million dollars production budget shows up onscreen Eisele popped. Jaw dropped pulses. Oh, pound all that good stuff movies and back baby. So what else do we have? We have Moulin which is out there right now and you'll check in Disney plus to watch this because it's not in theaters but you can rent it and you could see live action film of the Disney animated hit about a young woman who disguises. Herself as a man to replace her sick father in the Imperial Army the new moon is not musical and there's no comic relief from eating Murphy as the Voice of a fast talking dragon named Moo Shu. This is not that kind of movie. There's no whitewashing but using Western actors in the drawn from Chinese legend and as Rouland the astounding Lou ye. Leads in Asian cast that includes martial arts icon jet. Li is the emperor up and China's leading actress Gong Li as shape shifting witch who teaches on how to survive and prosper in a man's world. Look move on is not your typical princess. She's a warrior fighting for her place in the world prepare to be well. Next up wonder woman one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, the sequel to the two thousand seventeen smash that made a star of Gal. Gadot, remember her places the DC comics immortal wonder woman into the cold. War where she does battle with the media tycoon played by Pedro Pascal and the villainous Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig always to me an asset in any movie Chris. Pine also returns Steve Trevor The American. Pilot that one woman loves I know didn't he die the last time during World War? One people you gotta go with this this is Hollywood. So if we can borrow wonder woman's last sube truth for a moment, credibility isn't the issue here. It's the show stopping stunts engineered by returning director Petty Jenkins executed by Godot, and she's a formal Israeli military structure. So you know you're in for a really good time. Next up is black widow look wonder woman has competition already. You know we've been waiting since spring for Marvel to let its first solo black widow epic out of storage and into theaters. Now, the wait is over Scarlett. Johansson is back in action as Natasha Romanoff Aka black widow. She's the Russian assassin with no superpowers road just skills she's like the female Batman this Prequel looks back, Arjun story in it's a doozie forints pugh is there as Natasha, surrogate says sister and Rachel Vice is the leader of this black widow organization. It's not just one black widow you can become a black widow tells witness business. So Watch your back wonder woman next up candyman there's nothing like the Primo horror. Film to get us all back in the dark of a theater where we can scream bloody hearts out behind a mask of course, end with get outs Jordan peele writing the screenplay. This direct sequel to nineteen ninety two's cult fright fest stars Watchmen Emmy nominee Jadu Martine the second as a visual artist drawn back to those housing projects in Chicago's Cabrini-green where he was born now the whole place is gentrified beyond recognition but the green is still haunted by Candyman Tony Todd an urban legend who still kills anyone who summoned him by saying his name five times. Okay. Altogether now with me candyman candyman candyman candyman candyman, we did it. So I'm looking around here to see if some him up. Okay next up no time to die look no red blooded movie Fan is GonNa Think of missing Daniel. Craig's fifth and final outing James Bond you know for my money Craig and Sean Connery are in dead heat for the best bond ever. This one directed by Kerry from Gonzaga who did true detective from Script Co written get this by sleeping bags phoebe Wall Rich Daniel Craig asks for her because he really wants a little feminist touch to this. This is the. Twenty fifth, all seven Cape and you know this is a record and we're GONNA lose Daniel Craig. But in the movie James Bond's been retired for five years and he gets called back in. You know that's what happens to everybody from the Godfather on. You know Bohemian Rhapsody oscar-winner. Rami ballot plays the facially scarred villain named SAFM and he's described the director as more dangerous than anyone bond has ever encounter. Man How about you?

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Celebrating #BlackJewishUnity Week with the National Urban League

People of the Pod

21:28 min | 1 year ago

Celebrating #BlackJewishUnity Week with the National Urban League

"Next week, two of the world's foremost human relations organizations the National Urban League and J. C. will unite against surging levels of Anti Semitism and racism to declare black Jewish unity week. Together, we will strengthen ties between our nations black and Jewish communities and combat all forms of hate. To discuss the importance of this event and to talk about the challenges of fighting racism I'm joined now by Clint Oda, the National Urban League Senior Vice President for Policy Advocacy and the Executive Director of the Urban League's Washington Bureau Clint, thank you so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be with you. Now this special week, this black Jewish unity week is not happening in vacuum. It's happening because of rising antisemitism and racism in this country my listeners here plenty about antisemitism. So I just wanted to start by asking you this. It's been a Helluva summer. How are you? I would describe myself as weathered a little bit. We've been going through this quite some time this summer at least the notoriety of these police incidents are is much higher than it has been in the past. So we're we're hanging in there. We don't have a choice. Because this work is so important. And it really does reinvigorate me to see that we've got allies in this fight and we've always had allies in this fight but to see them step up in the way that they have his really reinvigorated me and I'm very excited to keep the fight going. I'm sure that our listeners are familiar with the name, the Urban League because it is etched into the annals of history of this country and anyone who knows anything about the civil rights movement will know the names of the Urban League of the ACP Snick we can go deeper also start really getting to the deep cuts. Tell us a little bit about. What the Urban League has been up to lately and what you've been up to especially over the summer in the wake of the George Floyd killing and other events in recent months while we're one, hundred, ten year old civil rights and Economic Empowerment Organization and we have been working on I'd like to say ending systemic racism for the past one. Hundred Years. we've been doing that through our programs such as making. Housing more Ford audible teaching people how to purchase homes how to stay in homes. We've been helping people to get work meaningful work they can sustain them and their families. We've been working the traditional voting rights area and civil rights area for the entirety of our existence but social justice is taken on a real importance in our work right now as as well as doing all this work in the midst of a pandemic So that's so interesting what you say about systemic racism and then specifically citing home-buying and things like that. You didn't mention education, but I think there's a pretty robust education. Portfolio at the National Urban League as well. Absolutely I think if you look at AJC's goals and National Urban League goals, you'll see mirror images of each other. That's been the real cool thing about this that this partnership and all of these things that people are talking about and I'll show my millennial miss. All of the things that people are are posting on instagram talking about explaining what systemic racism is and why you know wealth divides between black and white communities are so important and underpin. So many elements of of racial injustice today all of those things are things that the National Urban League is. Working on absolutely and I can't say that when I started about a year and a half ago I spent the previous ten years working in the United States Senate including four vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris. I believe crazy how these things happen working for her and the agenda that she pursued is so consistent with the work that I'm doing today. One of the first things we did when we walked into the place is lead a resolution condemning hate antisemitism anti racism xenophobia homophobia. It's as important to her as it was to me and so coming here was just a natural extension of that but. As I was saying just the Times in which we live are so unique and perilous parallels between the early nineteen sixties which I'm sure we'll talk more about and today are really really compelling. It's almost like we're back in the sixties again, I want to go there right now because this week is going to be all about black Jewish. Relations and the story of black Jewish relations is not a new odd. We might be writing a new chapter, but there's a whole book that comes before us here. So what's one element clint of the Black Jewish relationship that has meant a lot to you personally. I would probably say the religious and spiritual aspect of the relationship. Growing up as a as a young kid in the deep South. There were a lot of Jewish people around although they were president. We didn't know it I grew up Protestant Christian and a great story is on Sundays. We were always able to use the parking lot of the temple across the street and it used to just puzzled me is to how generous the temple folks could be. Given that they must have services on Sunday to. Eat of the temple was empty or they were just being generous over time and as I moved out of south, then went to law school and live here on the East Coast I. got a much greater appreciation, not only for the religion. My Wife, for instance, used to teach at a Jewish day camp in new Rochelle New York but just meeting. So many friends of the Jewish faith drawing those connections between my own faith and their own and. Also learning the rich history of black Jewish communities especially in the era of civil rights as a lawyer was a big fan is that really don't have you could come up with a Thurgood Marshall and no understanding of the work at the end of Lacey P., Legal Defense Fund was complete without understanding the role that Jack Greenberg played and lots of other Jewish folks in philanthropy in spirituality and pursue the nonviolence movement just a wonderful partnership over the years. As a religious person myself that resonates with me a lot as it happens our listeners probably talk about this before for college I went to a joint program between Columbia University and the Jewish illogical seminary and actually not migration at the graduation of the class ahead of me which attended representative John Lewis spoke, and of course, John Lewis all of our listeners will remember passed away this summer I think he actually was an ordain ministered and he told a story that I'm sure you've heard before because I've heard until it multiple times of preaching to his chickens in Troy. Alabama and that had a certain resonance in this audience of basically all Jews including some we're going on into the rabbit. Those ties between our communities where were not everyone is a person of faith but certainly, there is deep faith and religious history kind of threaded throughout our communities I think those are really really powerful things to focus on. And I hope over time you take a look at surveys of religion in the country in other pugh has done some study in this area religion is trending down a little bit. Don't always necessarily consider themselves religious if you look at community surveys and so it's really important to reinvigorate this relationship and put it on a firm spiritual pudding in Judeo Christian tradition is so rich in the African American community and there's just so much there to really build on. I'm really looking forward to getting that history more prominently understood and remembered in our communities. So when we're talking about black Jewish unity right and we're talking about building black Jewish unity they're really two levels to it, and this is something that we talk about with a lot of our advocacy work. At AJC, there's the grassroots and there's the grass tops right. I want to ask you about both. Let's start with the grass tops right at the high profile level at the celebrity role model level, the politician level what do you think? Needs to happen there to demonstrate the Jewish people and black people should work together and are stronger together. The grass tops may be one of the more important roles in unity and understanding. We are a celebrity driven culture for better or for worse and ideas have a lot more resonance and a lot more acceptance when someone that you know and admire to saying the same thing. So grass tops to that extent are the key in moving opinion. Notions like reparations notions like black lives matter notions like social justice have mood and pretty quickly I think because athletes because celebrity on television and other artists have been saying the same thing and in a short period of time we've seen. Opinions shift in this country not just age not just religion not just race, but everything seems to be moving in the right direction from a popular standpoint. The grass roots which we're going to talk about next is where you really determine how sustainable this movement is. Right. Yeah. So tell us about that I mean in our neighborhoods and our schools in our churches, our synagogues mosques, how can we strengthen those relations? Sure. I've seen a lot of encouraging evidence that we can do this at grassroots level. This is a very human. Very, empathetic movement when we're talking about grassroots, we've seen some of these grassroots efforts come up in. Pittsburgh for instance and New Jersey. And in Brooklyn where when horrible acts of hate murder violence take place the communities come together and they usually come together I with religion. It's the pastors it's the churchgoers. It's the temple goers that really give me some hope that we aren't just a moment, but that we're in a movement. So I think in many ways, the church and the faith community are are in central piece of grassroots. That's kind of what I'm seeing sort of on the ground right now I think black Jewish unity week can drive those grassroots even deeper because understanding the tragedy of the moment is not nearly as important as understanding these deep historical ties right in our faith and our families and what we want from each other in shared history sometimes things that aren't so great sometimes shared history of oppression. Lutely, and for our listeners WHO WANNA learn more about black Jewish unity week, they should go to AJC, dot org, slash black, Jewish unity, or text black Jewish unity all one word to five to eight, eight nine not to keep hitting the faith note here you know we're we're a pretty secular organization in JC but I love what you said about the houses of worship I live on the upper west side of Manhattan which is this incredible. Kind of Jewish bastion historic whatever and if you go twenty blocks down for me in twenty blocks up for me, you probably are GonNa pass by twenty synagogues total and we're also steps away, I mean. We're a mile two miles away from Harlem and the two neighborhoods are very different and that's something that's worth exploring as well. Why that is how that happened etcetera, the strengths and the challenges of both communities, but I was in synagogue on. Chabad after the shooting in Muncie and Lo and behold there in the front row, was a a delegation from church in Harlem that wanted to come in and to be there and to show solidarity, and they got up and spoke after services, and then fast forward to this summer were all obviously in lockdown. But the rabbi of the synagogue made kind of Zoom appearance at that churches services after the killing of George Floyd talk about solidarity with. The black community in the wake of the killings of and Taylor George Floyd and so many of the challenges of injustice that are being faced right now and I think you're right that the grassroots level it. So often does start in those kinds of houses of worship, our religious leaders reaching out one to the other in something that you said, really struck me about the proximity of Latte community and Jewish community in relatively small plot of land. As a policy Wonk I'm sure you appreciate this but either just for the benefit of your listening audience, blacks and Jews were both subject to the same kinds of redlining restrictions in many ways throughout much of the United States where banks would identify areas and they would say this is a desirable area in this is a less desirable area, and so you know Jewish and black families were often circumscribed by these lending lines that still have an ongoing lingering vestige today. If you look at housing segregation patterns certainly in the African. American community they are just as bad as they were in the nineteen sixties things like bike homeownership, which is at a low point especially because pandemic in or closures any fictions Is Worse than it was in the late nineteen sixties. So some of these things we were still wrestling with they seem twins dental, but they're not incidental at all. But again, it's this proximity you know that gives me hope and hope that even outside of crisis, we can expand and strengthen these relationships crises great reasons to get together but it's the more sustainable relationships happened over time outside of the crisis built on shared values and shared interests. So once again, this Jewish unity week has the potential to to be a real game changer. Well, so talk A. Little bit more about that. What do you hope is going to come out of this week if you believe that the basis of a better relationships and greater understanding comes from exposure than my hope is that we can use this week to focus on our rich history on our shared cultural values and to help understand things that we may not understand about each other but to be able to come together in a safe place and talk about those things, this has been tried in lots of different ways you know with lots of different impetus over the years. But in this country, as you know until you can make a sort of a holiday of it until hallmark starts to sell. It really difficult to have something that is stained and that you can go back to know every year. and. So that's the thing that excites me the most I know how excited I was to leave the south. And to meet people of different faiths including the Jewish faith and and get to know them get to count them among in my close friends. I would like that for everyone and so that when issues come up in our communities as we saw in Brooklyn I think earlier this year there was a really terrible assault in Brooklyn by a woman African American woman and if we had a built in long standing. Unbreakable trust between our communities. We can weather the storms we can come together and mutual condemnation, mutual understanding and mutual healing. It's not enough just to condemn something, but it's more important. I think to learn from it and make sure that it doesn't happen doesn't happen again and then five years hence, we can be sending each other black Jewish unity. We cards produced by hallmark absolutely creating whole new language in a around. It, it could be it could be urban slang and Yiddish expressions that. Unless you're in the know you don't you don't know. I'm hopeful hallmark if you're listening. Might be onto something big year. We'll see we'll see what's things we can pull their. I want to close by asking you for a few tips for our listeners actually the few months ago we had an amazing friend of AJC on the podcast named Eric. Ward. The Executive Director of the Western states center. We were talking about racism and I asked him what he thought as a professional opponent of racism and as a black man, what he thought American Jews should be doing to fight racism. His answer was pretty surprising to me actually because he said the best way for us to fight racism was to fight antisemitism since in his work he's bound that white supremacist racism is always based on a foundation of Antisemitism. So I I'm just interested in your reaction to that I, I think I'm citing him basically correctly I'm interested in your assessment of. That and second I want to give you a chance to answer the question from square one. Also, you know what would you like to see Clinton? What would you like to see American Jews doing proactively now to be effective allies in the fight against racism and I WANNA go back to Eric's point. Let me see if I can make this one I. I've only recently come to understand the difference between anti-racism. An anti-discrimination has a lawyer I've grown up understanding that if you want to fix racism, you have to attack it as a matter of non-discrimination don't discriminate against people in hiring don't discriminate against kids in school, and sometimes that anti-discrimination is in the form of color blindness. So whatever the remedy is, it can't be race specific right because the constitution doesn't allow such a thing but let's let's just come up with big broad sweeping solutions that african-americans might incidentally benefit from. You know by virtue of maybe being lower middle income people, we're going to come up with solutions that will work for everybody including African Americans. I've now come to understand that that's just not cutting. It goes great disparities that you talk about the at the beginning their persistent for a reason it's like trying to perform surgery with your eyes close, but you may be able to route around and feel where the patient is but your ability to be precise with a scalpel. And and fix the problem identified at problems impossible. If you don't open your eyes that has been the character of how we approach race in this country for decades. I've now come to understand and have really been encouraging others to join me in. This is becoming an anti-racist. It saying I may not have owned slaves I may have never committed an act of racism or discrimination. Even if that's true. You have to personally get involved to fix these problems. It's not enough to say, well, you know we have laws to address those issues. Laws had been very inexact and very unhelpful. In many ways you've got to get in there, roll up your sleeves and say, okay, is lack of capital in the black community a problem I need to figure out how to get more capital into black communities are educational disparities problem. Okay. I need to figure out how do we improve schools whether it's funding whether it's through pedagogy whatever we need to do, but we need to come up with solutions that actually help. Like people. And not just. Continue to perpetuate these gaps in Hustle meeting well in educational opportunities and health and civic engagement. That's my biggest message to the community, the An anti races. Just. As you know, we should all be fighting against anti-semitism. It's not enough to turn your back and say, well, you know they're not talking about, knee they are talking about you. And it's when we get to the point where those protests and in the halls of Congress where we're trying to make change we see people who look like you see people who would like me and seek people or Asian and and people who are all different walks of life saying we are here because we care and black lives matter and we've got to change the way this country works. I want to dive in and ask a million more questions and and talk so much more about where you just this conversation we are unfortunately out of time. So I hope that this will be an effective way to wet our listeners appetites for the week ahead, I should just add that in addition to his impressive titles at the National Urban. League clint wears another half. It's one of my favorite. Hats it's the hat organizational podcast host and Clinton is one of the hosts of for the movement the National Urban League podcast which people should check out and especially check out for this next episode where my colleague Dan Elbaum will be a guest on the show. We will link to the podcast in our show notes, Clinton let me just say once more. Thank you so much for joining us this week. She said thank you for letting me be here.

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Dont Mess Up Your Recovery

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Dont Mess Up Your Recovery

"Hello Mike Brands Welcome to episode Number One, Hundred Twenty six of the addiction unlimited podcast. I'm your coach, Angela Pugh. Thank you for hanging out with me today listening to the pod today. We're GONNA talk about some of the most common ways I see people when they are trying to stop drinking and just can't get it to stick right. Some of the most common ways we screw up or sobriety, and one thing I want to be clear on with this many of these are not struggles specific to addiction, right? These are struggles specific to being human. But we focus on recovery. So I'm going to make it fit with that but this is not a thing that we have and nobody else has it right? These are all things that everybody struggles with in every area of life. Some of our greatest obstacles in this journey are just human nature. We're all super committed to the big change we want to make in the beginning it's easy to be committed in the beginning you feel good your motivation is high on top of your game. The hard part is staying committed for the long game. In this is something that ninety eight percent of the population struggles with. I. Just made up that number by the way I don't know. I would say might be more than that. But so does it yourself up about it like there's something wrong with you there's nothing wrong with you. It takes practice to learn how to do things differently than you've done them for your whole life or for many years. These habits and mistakes will also pop up in different parts of Your Life at different times for me. I've made huge strides in being committed when I want to achieve something and that doesn't mean that I'm easily committed in every area of my life. Okay. I'm fantastic with commitment and dedication to my sobriety, and I'm pretty good at it with entrepreneurship because I'm a workaholic and my work is so much fun. So that's kind of easy for me. But I really struggle when it comes to other things. Time management isolation food sugar. I still fall into the trap of binge-watching, a new TV show when I should be recording a podcast or creating social media graphics or returning phone calls, and then I get way behind on things and I don't feel good about it and start beating myself up about it and Yada Yada Yada. We're not perfect creatures that will do things perfectly and make the right decision one hundred percent of the time and never make mistakes and never hurt each other's feelings and always do the right thing. Forget that thought. It's not about trying to do everything right all the time. It's about consistently learning from the decisions and actions that don't work and consistently making an effort to do the things that are good for you and make you a happier person. And you have to do it like a million times to get good at it. I get the feeling sometimes that we have this misconception that if we do things a few times, we should be finished like I went to a five or six times so I should be cured. or I worked out for two weeks. So I should totally be in shape. I ate healthy four meals. So I should have lost that ten pounds. I put in five job application so I should have a job by now. We are hard wired for instant gratification in that definitely makes things a bit more challenging, but it won't you to start thinking about it as a long game instead of a short game think about it like the actions you take today may not give you instant results. But you know by doing the right things over and over again, you're building your future in creating long-term relief in results. So, let's dig in to this list I. Put together. Number One. You've heard me say two million times. Being noncommittal meaning, you are not making an actual commitment to stop drinking. Many of us want to stop drinking for a little while. We make deals with ourselves that will stop for thirty days or sixty days or ninety days, and then you're shocked when you start drinking again and it goes terribly The truth is you wouldn't be stopping drinking if you were able to drink in moderation, right? None of us would do that if we could control it, we would. and. The unfortunate part of this lack of commitment is that it puts you in a position of having to constantly. All Day long every single day of your life you're having to decide over and over again whether or not you're going to drink. and honestly it's exhausting. Nothing will wear you down faster than being in a nonstop argument with the committee about drinking or not drinking.

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The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

04:16 min | 1 year ago

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire

"I'm debunk show. This is daily breath to. The Heart Sutra Meditation, the fire of Your saw, which is love knowingness and bliss. Will stock to broadcast itself from your heart. So. Let's do this meditation regularly to focus our attention and intention. The practice we are going to do today is frequently referred to in some traditions. As the heart Sutra practice. Sit comfortably wherever you happen to be. Let's close the ice. And mentally start to pronounce a mantra silently without moving the lips without moving the tongue. Let's choose the mantra today. So So So. Do this for five minutes. After five minutes. Bring, your attention to your heart. As. He experienced your heart beating him. Put a little focus on your on your heartbeat and see if you can feel it as a sensation or a sounders throbbing some activity, some sensation. And now ask yourself what am I grateful? Allow any sensation image feeling or thought to spontaneously come to you. And Now? Say TSF mentally. The prayer from the course in miracles, every decision I make is the choice between grievance and America. I, let go of grievances and I choose miracles. If resentment surface just say I let go of grievances I, choose miracles. Now, become aware of your heart again and breathe into it and mentally say love knowingness bliss. Love knowing this bliss. Love. knowingness. Bliss. PUGH times. Now? Breathe. Out. To the gown to four and breathing to counter four. And Inbetween pause if you can to the count of two of four. So once again, Breeden to the gun to four slowly. Baas. Count of two. And slowly exile. To the going to four. Let's do this for about three to four minutes. So after seeing, let go of GRIEVANCES AND CHOOSE MIRACLES Mentally. Repeat the phrase. Also die will be done. They will be done. That will be done. This prepares your mind to receive the intention. Of the non-local intelligence of cosmic intelligence and to understand that it is Amilton ously your intention as well. After about a minute, let go of all thoughts and bring your attention to your heart. Once, you can send your heartbeat, bring your attention to your hands now, and then to your face, and then back to your heartbeat. Bring your attention to your heart once you can send your heartbeat, bringing it to your hands, and then go to your face, and then back to your heart. That's the sequence. Imagine that there is a pinpoint of light pulsating in your heart. This is the light of your soul. And it pulsating with three qualities. knowingness bliss or. Sat Chit on under. This is the Sutra for third principle. Saad, Chit Onondaga sat means truth. To the what truth. Of Existence. I am Chit Awareness on under. Profound, place, contentment. Joy and bliss.

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Apple still #1: podcast listening via mobile apps

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02:56 min | 1 year ago

Apple still #1: podcast listening via mobile apps

"If you thought apple was under pressure from spotify. Lipson. The largest paid podcast host in the world says otherwise from their official PODCAST, the feed, Pero, Walsh, the big dog in aggregate are APPs is still apple with apple podcast and itunes coming in at sixty eight point two percent of all downloads for June, which is up a bit from April Sixty six point five. So. Yeah. The death of apples podcasts is been greatly overstated. Another stat from Lipson is the only not point two five percent of podcast to listen to on a smart speaker. Tom. Webster. Has Thoughts about that. We linked to them from our show notes and newsletter today. For advertising how well do podcasts convert pod sites has posted their conversion benchmark reports based on one point two, billion Ad Impressions from twenty eight, Million Dollars Worth of advertising podcasting convert significantly better than social media they say an embedded ads were twice as well as dynamically inserted ones. Dylan, pugh spotify's former head of podcast monetization in London has launched his own sports and lifestyle podcast company Komodo launched at the end of July the first podcast is all about themselves Komodo the startup journey, it's hosted on Spree Cup. Pot chaser has added the ability to connect your twitter account to discover new podcasts and friends listen and audio production company London is looking for podcast producers. You'll find that pod jobs dot net ads ways has added additional targeting for podcast advertisers who use their programmatic advertising platform podcast Garden, company that promised free. Unlimited web hosting has surprise suddenly gone off line the company last posted on twitter or facebook in. December. It hosted at least two hundred podcasts. Arabic podcast platform podium has to seed funding round of Eight, hundred, thousand dollars. They've launched ten new shows which will be exclusive to podiums APP for the first two months and podcast. Makes podcasts out of news websites according to a writer willing to. And in Paul Cost News here's Conan. O'Brien guess what my podcast was not supposed to come back until September. But surprise my new season starts this Monday August third today podcast junkies interviews. Dave. Zohrab. From charitable and previously on we fakes space junk and so left leftovers flirting helpless and space. We fix space jam returns on August. It's a comedy fiction podcast recorded entirely in lockdown and parts of the fable and folly network,

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An Instagram account is exposing influencer inequality

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:36 min | 1 year ago

An Instagram account is exposing influencer inequality

"The. Hey. Inequality exists influences to from one instagram account is exposing it from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Jack Stewart Info Molly would. How much you paid, it's always an awkward conversation to have but Edessa Ajayi is asking. Just that of social media influences they can have followings of tens or hundreds of thousands and companies will pay them for promotions, but a giant you started the instagram account influence a pay gap to highlight the fact that black influences routinely paid less than white influences, and that's even when they have similar numbers of followers or the same reach, the account lets people share stories anonymously and learn from other people's experiences about what is a fair payment for particular job or endorsements. JI- whose day job is managing influences at the talent agency AGM, so she's been collecting hundreds of stories. So, one of the most interesting ones actually was a campaign and influence of was participating in. This was a why influence. And she was approached lost minute. By a beauty brand with the expectation that she was going to replace a celebrity, so she was five K to be paid for that campaign. She turned up, but realized that the celebrity that apparently wasn't going to turn up. Actually did turn up, so there was no need for her. To be, and she was still paid that five k whereas a black. Who actually participated in the campaign with paid around one thousand, seven hundred, and it had nothing to do influence and following. It's one thing in a job where people get paid a salary, and you can be fairly transparent about it or at least four that transparency, but with influences where this kind of just not that overall body. There's not a union. There's really no way as there to dig in and figure out what these differences are really lets you hide things quite easily. One hundred percent especially as there are different parties involved you have the brands, but you have. Agencies and agencies are often given big budgets from brands or depending on the budget. Will be given the budget from abroad, and there's no level of transparency whereby you know if A. Brian gives an agency around ten K.. WHO's to save agency doesn't Call Five K for themselves and intentionally level influences. I think there were so many things at play here. There's so many people involved in different ways and each industry, each niche you know there are different behaviors that a lot more common within certain niches Bill for message. To Do? You work at a talent agency. Is there anything you can think of? The would help fix this problem? Is there a way to structure pay as their away for influences to work together a former union beyond what you're doing with? The implants pay gap instagram page I'm working hand in hand with a union that has actually been set up there working towards. Towards a opportunities for advocacy when it comes to influences in space and craters in general where people feel okay to discuss the ways in which they have been treated I think reinvigorating influences in the sense that where they feel a lot more confident and a lot more Hud you in the in the grand scheme of things is really important to me. Have you heard anything from brands either talking to you personally or speaking out publicly about the inequality issue? Yes, there are some black influences especially who kind of feel away about some of the Post that have been made by certain brands especially grinds that have a habit of picking and choosing what they like from black culture, completely ostracizing black influences from their campaigns and I think there is constantly right now. Accommodation around seeing black influences black creators as a worthy of a level of respect. You know it shouldn't be anything some shallow. Shallow because you're scared of any repercussions, what you hope changes as a result of this page and the work that you're doing I would really not for it to create a space whereby people feel like they can be on us and NATO behind and not only hard that that based upon the feedback brands will take steps to do what they should do so that's one thing I would also say just. The sense of community has been amazing, and just seeing influences help one another. I think you know sometimes they can be. An influence of with a million can feel so far fetched to maybe influence PUGH has five Cape on the page it. Brings people together an and gives them an understanding of what? Different spaces like and and the things that other people go through, and so I think from the page on that find. 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Disgraced former Baltimore mayor to report to prison Friday

Sean Hannity

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Disgraced former Baltimore mayor to report to prison Friday

"Former mayor Catherine Pugh, reporting to an Alabama prison tomorrow to start serving her sentence. She was sentenced to three years after pleading guilty to fraud charges in relation to her healthy Holly Children's book

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Baltimore’s former mayor pleads guilty to state perjury charge related to self-published children’s books

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Baltimore’s former mayor pleads guilty to state perjury charge related to self-published children’s books

"News and former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh has pleaded guilty to state perjury charges related to her self published children's books you had already been sentenced to three years in federal prison in the scandal involving her healthy Holly children's books with the state charge she's been sentenced to six months in prison shell served concurrently with the

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"pugh" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"pugh" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

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"pugh" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"pugh" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"While she does the bell she goes my son's a doctor. Do you know why okay. I'll be back in one eight some lunch. It was so sweet to have all the clap. Very wonderful are they doing anything like that in. La Yes so. We're on in the hills at the moment and people one of our good friends is actually really ill and is in a hospital. Shame yeah and so what we're doing because we live it was. It's got all of this old hippie history. People play music from the hills that have been written hero and we play during the day or in the afternoon or in the evening. So that's kind of all all tradition so so so. When does that happen? Does it just happen all the time? I can kind of imagine that everyone's just outside the that gardens playing Joni Mitchell and exactly exactly exactly It's mainly in the evening especially on on the weekend every Saturday. They do these kind of like isolated gigs at on the top of people's roofs and like they'll be like a singer singing one song over there and then another thing. We'll be singing songs over there so it's really beautiful and you can go out on your front porch and just listen to all the music in the hills and so what I will you see like a famous person like on every top. Get a concert. Ceo Like See fucking Katy Perry or bloody Joni just giving you is. I haven't seen any famous people giving yet but lots of lovely singing and it was really special. Have you Sanga will have them? Does your boyfriend play no. He doesn't use play site. I could give it a go. I also just like just listening. It's it's pretty special especially in the evening. So do you not like Karaoke? I love carrying Do I love carry okay. However my songs of choice are always horrendous. Always have a really bad keychain or not my my I'm bishop yet just like my voice doesn't do that and it never has or be like the humane rhapsody. Why would you choose that you can't breathe at news also The Titanic Song. What's that one Selena? You're my heart will go on. Yeah I did that one for years. That's quite good. Selene accent as well. Because I feel like that's very important I also do the. Oh the Jack Yeah I just opened been my chest to the boat back to back to ice cream and ice cream making so is making ice cream and I put it on instagram. And I was so just N- thinking that this was crazy that anybody would make ice cream and then I looked at the recipe and it was a Michelin star recipe. And I was like. Oh it makes sense why. It's so hard but now. I've got it down to find out where I now know how to make like a proper custody based ice cream and I put it on. Instagram of people loved it and that was a few months ago and then I kept on doing that and I have a funny relationship with social media. Anyway I find it It's so nasty and it doesn't need to be and you cite something about this week. I saw yeah yeah I think I think people's relationship with social media is strange and I think me doing cooking videos in me doing ice cream video. Mom late videos was just like it was just a video of me doing something as opposed to me selling something or people having to make a comment on what. I was wearing or how big my thighs are. Just all the shit that everybody has to go through when they have social media and so. I think I really enjoyed that. People just accepted those videos and liked it and it felt like they will cooking with a friend or the friend was cooking with them. And I I thought that was quite sweet. And then when all of this When when the world shut down really depressed for a few days as I'm sure everybody did and I remember just. Instagram wasn't wasn't helping me at all. And it was making me so anxious and so on certain and it was giving me this horrible ball of which was not helping my brain anyway and then. I faced him my dad. My Dad was like well. Why aren't you doing cooking videos and your dancing videos and I said I don't want to right now. This isn't the time I don't really want to do that. And he then asked me if I could make him a cooking video dancing video so I started again and then people just got really excited but my cooking videos and I love that because it's it's so un-integrate. No no it's not. It's not just now instagram. Snl like covering. I know that was hilarious. I mean you've already made your your blood Oscar but like when snl doing sketches about your content. Graham you fucking made it. It's amazing it's fun..

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"pugh" Discussed on Celeb News Ride Home

Celeb News Ride Home

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"pugh" Discussed on Celeb News Ride Home

"Brad Pitt has revealed that he got sober. Because of help from Bradley Cooper I love when Brad's help Brad's according to TMZ quote Brad won best supporting actor at the National Board of Review Annual Awards gala on Wednesday night and after being being handed the award and hugging it out. He praised Bradley in his speech for being a great dad and a great friend and quote in the speech. Brad said quote. I got sober Robert Because of this guy every day has been happier ever since and quote Bradley Cooper has been open about his own struggles with addiction in the past something. He talked about channeling into his character Jackson. Maine in two thousand eighteen a star is born. TMZ mentioned in their article. That Brad Pitt struggled with alcohol in the past just as well when he allegedly got wasted on a private jet flight and had an altercation with their eldest son. maddox Jolie filed for divorce. Just days days after the incident and there was a subsequent child abuse investigation though Brad was eventually cleared and quote. Hey congrats on being sober Brad. And Hey oh you do brad. I'm proud of all the sober Brad's out there. And if your name is Brad and you're sober and you're listening to this I'm proud of you to Okay so Florence Pugh who. I think I'm going to start calling flow. Oh pugh has been super busy this award season after her amazing performance in little women and she's killing it with a vogue Noga cover. That just got released this week but the most interesting thing that's come out in flow. PUGH news has got to be the Youtube Channel that vulture her unearthed in their article from yesterday vulture said quote in two thousand Nineteen Pugh gave two of the year's best film performances minces in mid Somare and little women but in two thousand thirteen. She was just a teen with the dream and at least four chords memorized. This was the same year Shawn Mendez. Got Got his start doing acoustic covers on vine and only a few months after Lord broke out with the self released soundcloud EP and somewhere maybe at home or maybe in her posh Oxford boarding school a seventeen year old future awards contender was posting Ernest covers of wonderwall and Jack Johnson in brilliant two forty P and quote. I love this so much I mean. We all know him of Florence Pugh. Stan I love Lawrence Pugh. I love her weird inexplicable relationship with Zach Braff half and now I love her even more because she's got a very sincere youtube channel from the past where she's doing cute covers and I think she's got a great voice. Yes and I think this is sweet and maybe slightly embarrassing. I don't think she should be embarrassed about this. I think that we should celebrate Florence Pugh for being a team with a dream a teenage dream. It's important to note that Florence pugh didn't do this under her name Florence pugh she. She actually performed her youtube career under a stage name and that stage name is full. Aussie Rose I love. I love it. I Love Lucy Rosa flossy. Rose we stand. That's Jig good. Fake like mid twenty tens stage name. I love it's so funny philosophy. Rose I'm not gonNA play you all of these covers because I think that you really all need to take a deep dive on your own time and go to the link that I am putting in the show of the vulture piece but I will play you my favorite clip that vulture pulled from this roundup. It's Florence pugh hugh singing Mama from Chicago and it's I'm just obsessed. I think it's fantastic so this particular recording is actually from Florence. Poos MOMS MOMS YouTube Channel and this is from two thousand ten. Okay here we go Thanks for tuning in to another wonderful week of celebrities ride home. I've been your host Kate Raft. You can follow me at Kate Raft and hey go ahead and follow the show at Celeb- ride home have a great weekend. May Your plans be as empty as came Kardashians Milk Fridge. May Your trebles be as small as the baby hairs growing onto..

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"pugh" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"pugh" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"I I play assist to figure to to Natasha romanoff scholar Johnson's character. I play Yelena Below Ver- and Cate shortland directed at David. Hallberg Rachel actor for this guy no and I think from the get go. A marvel films are super exciting anyway but a film that is essentially about two women piecing each other back together again. It was so impressive and Cate shortland who I think is an amazing direct to making a marvel film. Indicate short way was just unbelievable and We we walked from. Don't even know what we finished in October and it was just a complete mad whirlwind. We've made something really special in role. Oh and unique and painful and we mean scarlet beat each other up for the majority of. Yeah the trailer dropped and everyone was like Mike. Goodness look look. It's going to kill each enough. That's the point. That's what we're GONNA do so life life is good. Life is a lot. Life is life is a lot. Life is busy. I I've worked hard and I've met. I met some beautiful people and I'm going to have some time now. Just time to look at what's happened and I think it's so easy easy to keep on going because I think in nature as actors you just you very worried about being still and I think I need to just have a moment to take a mental image and smell the roses as my dad says what do you do when you're not working. What is it? What sponge my grand re you the ground is so cool? She's cool granny. Pat Her name is Pat. Yeah and she is like eighty four. Maybe she's eighty-five she's like really fit and healthy. She goes walking hiking all the time. She goes hiking in the Lake district. which are these massive mountain in England? The tools mountains in England. And she's just like such a cool lady Sargon hang out with her and she your movies she sees movies. She Watch midsummer and at the end. She kind of patted me on. The niche was like I didn't know what was going on but that was marvelous. That's the best I know the continent. I don't know what it was. My granddad said if you want and I would have hated it because I loved it I was like thank you granddad. Well I want to give you a couple of questions from the Internet from out there. What did did they want to know about you from Aka? I can't say that. But maybe you can K- K leaving that say. Yeah Yeah. Sorry it's simply just you were phenomenal and everything. Wow Wow that dislike your grandmother. But I can't forget your performance. Oh yes in the little drummer girl love. What was the best part of playing Charlie? Well the buzz which does mini series jobs. Go Park Doc. Chung will the best part. The best part was about playing Charlie one evening we go to shoot on the Parthenon and it hadn't been open to a film crew. I don't think I think I think I don't. I'm worried if mistake this I don't think ever and we were there for the whole night. We were doing a night shoot. And there was just forty of us up on the Parthenon walking around all these ruins and it was magical and it was the scene where Alex's character God and I fall in love so we were doing this incredibly romantic beautiful thing and I was just hoping amongst all these ruins in bare feet and it was just one of the most steak like filmmaking is nuts well series making but we were just there all alone all night long and we watched the sunrise only Acropolis. And you're like what is happening. What is happening opening? And I couldn't believe that it was real and we would because usually when you read that in the script you like. They're going to take that out. I going to take that out use usually in about a week before these massive things happen. The producer comes up. He goes. Oh Yeah we have a new edition of the script and you get to it goes the then walked to the Acropolis and then it goes dot dot talk. You don't have the they did a capital not changing and I was like it will change at some point it has to. We can't be actually filming and we did was unbelievable you you I know that was the best thing about playing johnny right okay. Well let's get another one here from. Oh marites Yo. How underscore and s twenty? Yes coup. How was the experience experience working in Indie Films With Great Directors Endow to work in the more pressure? Never take that away from you. You're part of the MC I am the MCI. Until I die all I'm single one of the you know everything but she did I. I watched quite a few of them when I was a teenager. I found them. There's nothing like an epic superhero coming to save the day right the cool moist. I the different the Parthenon yes. Well there you go I get to do both What's it like? Okay I will always want to work with great Directors whether is there an indie films or in big films. I think one of the beauties about working in this film was that we had a beautiful indie director working on such a big scale so I it kind of got best of both worlds but yeah there's nothing like being a part of this new family and just the sheer size of it the sheer mechanics of it. That the family that comes comes with it this something. I'm so impressed by his the stunt team behind these films they like these P- these magical people have run away with the circus and they are there to teach you everything you want to know. Look as you've done all this you've done with the Dwayne Johnson the Rock you've been wrestling. I know I was I. The wrestler is hey I was the lady that changed wrestling until you said just fine. I can do this well no I didn't I've seen when I got the role uh-huh I remember Steven Have Breakfast with me. And he sat me down and he was like Oh and just see. No you do realize we will be actually doing that fight at the end and I was like yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah thinking you know. Green screen all stunt double or whatever and he was like no no no In two months time you're going to be on Monday night raw at the end and you're going to wrestle in front of twenty thousand people. I like like I had no knowledge of wrestling. I I didn't know how to lift bodies so yeah I had the rocks. But you're right. I did have adore into that kind of world and that was a mega-film when I did it was huge But Yeah I'm still impressed by stunts. I think that's Wyman priced by stones because of fights with my family. I understand founded now when all this awards talk. That's around you now in women. Does that affect you in any way. You just say no. I put that in another box. Now noted toll tool I think I I totally appreciate it I mean y when there's any conversation about any award it doesn't matter if it's the biggest or the smallest list it's a lovely thing it means that people like your work and it means that people think that you'll work is worthy enough of an award like that's a wonderful thing. I don't let it worry me because I don't really do it for rewards do it because I want to meet what with beautiful people and and I'm interested. They didn't Green Popcorn. You know whenever you takeoff didn't ask for the first time you've been show now you don't end in song all the time and the per down here. This is a big deal with you. Why did you write songs sing songs and we always ask everybody for you just a little bit of song? Okay but my voice is here. I don't WANNA uses. I'm the director saying I told you this I right do it. I think I'm GONNA do okay Okay Ah star shining bright above you. Neither breezes seem to Spor- I love you. Birds Birds Sing and in Sycamore tree to remain a little dream of me. So Mama Casts. It was just wonder vying to in so I want to be pretty. I would really well for a while. I didn't know if musical acting was going to go first and and then acting when I and a music stayed at the same point which is slightly daunting to so many worlds to conquer. You have time but it's a different beast. It's a completely different industry and I need to give it some time. I think you have the time. You're giving yourself in our and a half off so think it's great that that happened and thank you for being there. Thank you for being as wonderful as you. All pop clough WELBECK's so set. Everybody loves cleaned it up anyway. Thank you thank you..

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"pugh" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

14:02 min | 1 year ago

"pugh" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"A movie now that you need to say well now right now after this show and it's called little women and I know it's been done done like this. The eighth time but views here playing amy in this movie and being brilliant in it and killed and I've always hated him. Yeah everyone said Theri the when I got the job I remember telling my mates and they were like Oh you play the one that I hate to say. Well the burn the burn the book and ends up with the guy that no one feels like she should and yet and we love you thank you do. I don't know what do they do. Well obviously a lot of it is Greta when I was a member her giving me this whole speech about how she wanted amy to to be more than that and she feels like Amy's been misunderstood. She hasn't had a moment to explain herself. And essentially she just pull things from the book. Sounds like grit ahead to amy and or maybe it sounds like grutter China to be as true to the book as possible. I think that's what it is and you know it's so easy to love job because she represents everything we're gonNA be as people. She's headstrong stubborn her own money. She's the first woman to kind of do that successfully. So I think it's very easy to to feel like you want to be a bit of Joe but I feel like version. We're maybe allowing amy to have some fans to finally. We'll tell for those people. I have never read little women and know nothing about it. It seems really impossible to believe that. Who Amy actually is a one thing that people hate afford that? She's them vicious and she knows that she will marry rich. I think what Greta has done in version is. She's allowed me to explain. Why which I think is something only that has never been done before and she seems I feel like in Wolfram? What everybody's telling me is that she seems like the person? Listen the no one wants to be and yet she still ends up with the great guy and I think in in this version she has Dr. She has ambition. She's creative she wants. Wants to be an artist. She goes in studies painting. And I think there's this wonderful moment in my life where she realizes that she's not amazing. She's good and so she has to lay down her crossed to essentially do what she knows she's always had to do and I think we forget that women in that era they didn't have a lot of choices. They didn't own anything. They didn't own their kids. They don't own money if they got married to someone and really for a woman the most realistic thing that you can do and you can have a successful and enjoyable life is to marry someone rich and in in this version. Amy Does exactly that and she explains why she needs to do that. And that's such a perfect cue due to look at a clip from a women off. Just know what's here. So can you just go. Yes us make it happen. People Glitzy that clip always with Mary. Rich why should I be ashamed of that. Engine shamed of as long as you love him. Well I believe we have some power over who we love. It isn't something that just happens to a person I think. The poets disagree well. I'm not a poet I'm just a woman and as a woman. There's no way for me to make my own money not enough to earn a living four to support my family. And if I had my own money which I don't that money would belong to my husband the moment we got married and if we had children they would be his not mine they would be his property so don't sit there and tell me that marriage is an economic proposition because it is may not be for view but it most certainly is for me. Yes yeah eight men so Brian what he is control everything. We don't want this. I saw an interview. It was skype interview. When I saw the first screening of women and you and Greta the answer show were talking about it? Working with Meryl Streep and credit said something about how. Maybe that speech wasn't in the script aggressively mentioned something at lunch and then it had to go in and they just gave it to you. Yes basically I feel. I didn't know this at the time thing by the way. But we've through press. I've heard the story when Maryland Greta met To talk about the film Merrill Basically says you know what you understand is his ex wife said and she said to Greta. You know this is what it was like for woman. They didn't own monitor that whole speech and she apparently said to Greta. You you have to to make the audience understand that. This is what was happening so immediately do so. Yeah so then furiously noted it all down and then on the day gave it to me. There's already so much pressure acting in Mexico film for like what in one of my biggest scenes with Timothy and the drifted just answer. It's long speech and I'm like Oh my God and so I basically would go into the corner of the room and just looked like a crazy lady as I go he he just has to say not for the poets like five pages gets to sit there really leisurely to do that. Look how you pulled all did off a fair you can see fear in my face. I saw porn confidence and control so unassuming. Then you're even more brilliant actress. Then I think wow double play was as this beach. Florida did movie is so good. Thanks a lot of reasons but also the way Greta Gerwig does allow you to be older as well so that we see what's going on with amy getting all I we see her growing up we are maturing and we see Being opinionated and I think there's something that is so completely Greta is every single character the earn her films. They all have their own story even even if they're in two or three scenes they they don't ever feel token they feel like they have a life they have history they have things to say and I think Rutta just did exactly that. She made a story about all these sisters and all of the things that they wanted from life and all of the things that they couldn't have because of life and wound the greatest. Set it up for the four of you to get to know each other. Well I actually missed majority of Russell's because I was something something basically I was filming midsummer. I was running around failed with the bunning temple behind But Yeah Yeah No I. I was filming the loss whole section of the film. We were filming in the last week. and they rule in Boston rehearsing together and I was. He had little fear that I was missing out on this really special friendship time but I came back and slaughtered right in and that just really gorgeous funny clever call so it really wasn't hard to pick up when they have to know pointing at you and seeing the one that was very that'd be restrained. We don't know what that well I kept on sending them sell fees from sat and they had no idea why I was wearing practically Christmas pudding covered in flowers. It was very confused and I was just like just wait till you see the film. Just wait but that's that movie is so good midsummer just has this area's largest knows what he's doing that together but then again you have. This Roy wouldn't call it a small thing because first of all you're living from the beginning with terrible tragedy that you have to be absorbing and letting out yeah I mean I think when when the role I came about obviously I read. It was amazing. I really wanted to be a part of it. I'd seen hereditary and I knew that I wanted to be a part of something that this the sky was making because he's really special Greta. They have a really interesting voice. And when you see that kind of work I mean. It's hard to not want to be a part of of it so I read midsummer and I'd never come anywhere close to Greece like that. Oh pain like that and I was genuinely worried that the whole crux of the script is the fact that she's hanging on by her fingernails onto I don't know she's she's about to have a breakdown at any moment during during the film and I feel like I'd never come close or seen anything like that so I think I knew that I needed to do things in a different way. Okay and I needed to be completely exposed and I did it and I was happy with it. But boy was a exhausting and she carries a lot of A A lot of weight that character. I'm thinking the first time I saw you in a movie. Wasn't midsummer was lady Macbeth's still think Shakespeare but it's not all take no but it was an arranged marriage that your character was in wasn't quite working out a dark side and she was. What is you know? What's funny? Is that those. Two dates aren't not far away from one another and the whole plot of lady. Macbeth is the fact that she gets sold with a piece of land she gets sold to a man and she automatically has to get married to him. And that's how life now and and we're talking about a similar thing across the pond Yeah Lady Macbeth I mean what am I believe what it's turned into. Its most certainly is not Shakespeare in Nevada by Nicolaas. So yeah you knew that I knew that but people sign out good to see you in all of these things and say I want more foreign view. Definitely I decided I mean. It's about a caged woman who really let's go and kills a few people what she does it. I just wonder what the casting people saw in you can do this. Because because what's the brute strength of being able to lift bodies I see there's some kind of degree of Mischa maybe line I mean mean. Isn't that Mitch mischief. Yes I mean. It's amy isn't it. Goodness totally missed mischievous but she gets away with it. Yeah but you get young with things. uh-huh yeah so what was this wife of yours growing up not here. No I can hear the accent. Now I know I know of Is Very surprised of to midsummer and little women that I'm not American. I'm like no. I'm I'm from faraway. What was is my life my life? I grew up in Oxford. And there's one four and we all are as loud as one another and we all like performing and singing and dancing and in acting My mom was a dancer. She was a dance teacher and my dad has grown up in restaurants and has a restaurant too. So I've been oversee growing up in restaurants and I've been behind the bar and making coffees instead of that you sad. You know what I'm going. I didn't think he ever wanted me to take on the restaurants. I think my parents have been so supportive from the get-go of all of our career. I mean we all want to be in this industry. We all my my sister Studies voice she's incredibly interested in the healing powers and what voice does and then singing and all of that wonderful stuff. My brothers and an actor actor and is also in the industry and my youngest is sixteen and a rebellious child and my mom was trying to persuade her to not be an actor because authority to many already to do that. Yeah so what was that first job was who would those people that that said well. My first ever job was the falling and it was a completely freakish way to get in the industry. There was this blanket audition. It was going between Oxford and London because they were shooting in an an old school in Oxfordshire and they needed to fill the school with Essentially girls they needed as many girls as possible because it was about a school drama. They said you rural yeah going and so they sent this audition round and everyone was talking about it for months and I've been watching my brother in this industry and you know the auditions and how you rarely ever get a call back and usually they give it to some big Alastair and I remember thinking taking like this isn't how it works and I've been watching my brother and I I know how it works and there's no point in behind in that tape and on the last day that it was supposed to be handed in I remember my mom saying. Did you do that tape. And I was like what you'd know more than anyone that that's not how this through it. They cost some. I'm famous person. After everyone. In the tapes we all know this and she was like no no no. You don't get I get it but you should do the tape because nobody's going to see it but you know you WanNa do this one day so you may as well just give it a go so we gave it a go and I had like dirty sweaty bookstore and I sent in the tape. Yep and then come Monday. I got an email to say that the director wanted to meet me and it was just one of those fluke ish right time right place and then I got the job and then I met beautiful. People in industry have really helped me along because of that one job soon. We'll be just having Florence pugh film festivals. We'll just keep because now you're doing black widow. I know I know say about it..

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"pugh" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"pugh" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Was the infinite possibilities of what could happen happen just like Oh this could happen in a scene all this could happen in a scene and they'd be so different from one another and you're like what. Oh that's how big marvelous and they really. We are like one of the biggest last creative when we were getting ready to go out to do this first penalty other guy. You mentioned I was saying like. Are you processing having time processing. You mentioned that it's not until I think pretty recently that you even like had any kind kind of a pause to do that. So one of the aspects of that that I was curious about is like before it started. Get Getting so oh busy and particularly in the last year with three movies coming out one about to come out. Have you even been around sort of in one place. Long enough to notice the public's familiarity with increasing now I think wonderfully me and also audiences the inside a so keen on on liking films when they go to the cinema. They really want to fall in love with the characters and they really do want to enjoy the story and I think because of that people see you as the character that they've seen you as luckily I've been playing very different looking characters for the last four years of my career. So I think that wonderfully people. are that like nicely night naive in late. They see you as the Lady Macbeth. Or as you know but I looked completely the different and I've been in conversations with people with they've been talking about my film and they have no idea those me so I had this really nice little pocket of time where I've been able able to do this work and still be this little baby and still be this person that is like fresh eyed and excited to learn and I don't have any stigma or any weight behind. I'm Mayo my name. Are you excited nervous apprehensive about when I mean you do a marvel movie. That's GonNa Change so I know it's going to change. I know it's GonNa the change but I also feel like I don't feel scared by it because I feel like I've done a body of work that I'm still proud of which ever fan you are I am. I'm very happy that you found my work. And I I don't feel I don't feel like I'm losing out on anything And I also think that wonderfully every single time a project has been released. I haven't been in the country or somewhere else so I haven't been able to see the effects effects of practical the effects of like a piece in the newspaper or any. I've just been kind of bobbling along doing my film. So I'm I'm sure it will happen and my my My status said the other day she was like it's just going to happen one day and it's going to happen and I was like no. It's not and she was like we'll see but I don't know what that is because every day like I feel like every year there's been a new expansion and a new a pocket of of what's this Realm and oh my goodness I have fans and I feel like it's been a really wonderful gradual rise and I don't feel like it has just happened happened overnight which is nice. Nice your fans when the photos that from that first panel went up and everybody's tagged and then suddenly only I've got warrants pugh Brazil every different incarnation of your fan base. So that was nice handy my friend check their pledges out. Mostly the mind because I now know where you are. Yes last question is just on that panel. You mentioned a Western or something you want to do. Sort of like a down and dirty type what else I mean so looking forward. What's on the To-do List I? I don't know I've never planned any of my career. Things have just popped up when they do an amazing scripts have just been the right right time right place. I'm a big fan of saying that. Because they think it is. It's what you do with that moment when it happens but I don't know what's next I'm GonNa have some time. Ofek finally good publicists very happy about this. I'm going to have some time off because they think I'm a bit tired of Which is totally allowed and sometime? I hope it's not just a couple of weeks Well I have to bear in mind that I'm going to be releasing to films in the space of five months and the big movies and that's going to require a lot of energy and I just I don't I feel like I don. I shouldn't be trying to be a better version. Russian of myself right now. I mean just doing me and talking about these films but you're right I would love to do worse than my goodness I wanna go to lone pine and film random Western world. That would be awesome. We hopefully have somebody listening.

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"pugh" Discussed on After The Fact

After The Fact

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on After The Fact

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"pugh" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"I'm gonna i used orange tones but in the end if it all looks like the mona lisa who cares about the color right right until that has been well you talk about data the data that exist in healthcare regarding hands on procedures in medicine when is verbal data that physicians shouldn't dictate in a use their own descriptors because there's no standard. That's interesting well. You know what would be interesting to hear from you. New carlisle is is is now that you have this data set. Is there a way to save do a test to determine aptitude in potential capability ability of a student. That's take a career down a certain path definitely nice. There's some people that are gifted in terms of their happening haptic ability of touch perception and situation awareness. There are some people that are we've seen it a medical student. You can't tell by looking the at them but you know when they're coming in what comes out of their mouth that would you see their touch data. It's amazing yeah. That's fascinating well. I appreciate you and taking us down that road and and folks you're sitting in your car or maybe you're running listening to this working out and you're like wondering what would happen but if you put some centers on me right now and that's lead dr pugh does she she dives into the things that later become and technologies that change healthcare for the better and so give us a an example carla of of a time when you set back and what you learned from that wow i had that all planned out. You know i'm like yeah. Failure is the key to success and like i've made a whole bunch of mistakes. I'm human right and and i've learned a lot along the way and i kind of think about failures. If you will for me it's setbacks in terms of achieving my dream in an efficient manner so must've my failures for me or actually defined because i'm impatient. I wanna you know once. You have some level of success. We've found this. Let's go team and i was like okay. Let's cute so for me. I look at i love them. You know failures of communication <unk>. I that's the biggest thing like so. That's been my you know. How do i learn how to communicate. How do i learn to tell the story in different ways such that the engineers see this is really cool and that this is something that they can actually derive career and making a huge discovery and partnering with the same thing with the data scientists and those that are doing artificial intelligence so i think that when you are passionate in an area that's not quite quite mainstream have to slow down and find ways of communicating that such that you can then uh-huh build the team and the interest in the support to carry it across the finish line. Love it yeah that communication's key so if you had to say out of all the neat things that you're working on dr pugh if you had to say decide on one which one would you say is the most interesting and exciting project right now yeah. There's something something. I can't tell because i have i._t. At attendee and it's very tempting because the communicate <hes> i i think that people are starting to get it regarding the use of sensors to assess human performance broadly so whether it's human physiology or whether it's actually surgeons performing complex procedures in the operating room. I think that what's been most exciting is that there are a number of people who have looked at motion tracking data and i find it interesting right because that's the golf swing data at the same thing right right but to apply that process to healthcare which is what we're doing..

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"pugh" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Yet. They thought he was gay for a second right so it's like people he's been <hes> he's been doing some misdirection but the happened during his relationship with Florence pugh or alleged relationship Lawrence pugh if they've been dating for as long as this six-month person claims. It's funny that Florence Pugh the first time the photo was like is that Elizabeth Olsen that was like wait is Lena Dunham. Wait is that I I had no idea she's a real amalgamation which means that. I haven't seen enough things that she's been in to like. have her in my mind is like someone who I recognize yet but I haven't seen meets Omar yet so I'm thinking tonight. I'm excited finally very needs so mad. I was looking up like coverage of their relationship and eases funny. It says the forty four year old wealth while the Perez commented on whether or not they're dating fans might recall fans might recall the two recently worked together on projects. The forty four year old writer director shot the short film in the time it takes to get their name of the movie which came to life because of a movie poster contest okay there were so many amazing entries and they were all all over the place. I mean some were more drawn in the spirit of this one somewhere through manipulation of photographs <hes> there was an enormous amount of creativity and then another one says it emerged late last last month Zach may direct a film called the secret ingredients of Rocket Cola. What are these movie titles that he's working on? This is like he has some of the like in. I was just confused him a mind with the guy who makes movies about teenagers falling in love with their students. What's his name again from how I met your mother yeah? I just mix them up because I was just GONNA say. He has crazy titles but they're the same thing I was. Just GonNa say you know if this was X.. Years ago he would have had a major movie in which he played like her elder. They fall in love fell in love you know but something has Zach Braff is like you know not doing stuff that people are he was. He's doing this type of and she's like on the rise. She can't be in his like. You know the movie about a forty something guy going through a you know midlife crisis didn't it wasn't as last big thing that he raised money to make a movie on kickstarter that movie would like Joey King or something about billing dad who like is like Oh..

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"pugh" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on The Film Vault

"She's a new fresh new face. She was fantastic. There's a real showcase for her. She has some sheets on shops. It's fucking movie Mary Astor really poster to her limit and showcase what she could do a super impressed. I can't well to be fair. She was heavily made up as a page in fighting my family but that was the fucking huge for me. I don't know what she's like. You can find with my family. I don't know what it is like but I would imagine a lot of the same nuances and she's a tight and I like that type. I this is my kind of girl. I really really liked her performance alike look. I like her her acting ability so the movie is furnished by the in a nutshell Florence pugh of course you'd better be either that or she affected American ever. Here's the story it starts off with a couple Florence pugh and her boyfriend whatever his name is and they're not on the latest Christian Christian and she's a little bit needy. She's she's the needy type right and <hes> their relationships not going so hot and it becomes known to the audience vis-a-vis his friends that she is not embraced with an arm. She's a bit of pill one of the only times in this entire movie that were away from her Abe was really close to being a restricted narrative where we're with her throughout the entire movie which those movies have fairly towards the enemies our boyfriends asked is definitely Selena. She was definitely not there but there was like two movies two and a half hours and I would say two hours and fifty minutes of it. You're with her and she's with everyone else. So the relationships on rock exhibition explain flamed yeah I go into the plot relationship rocky ground and she's got a sister who's mentally ill and that's what she's bothering Christian with to begin with Scott disturbing you now and it turns out that her disturbing email actually was the real thing and and her sister they're a massive tragedy with pews family. What's her name and this name this midsummer? No that's the name of the film Brian. That's not the name of the character or something good Danny Danny Danny the interior. He doesn't matter boy named so important Kenya Terry so now she's really clinging to Christian and Christian. You get the sense that he wanted to leave her but now he feels I've got friends that are like this. Where like what your wife of Christie is? She was planning on leaving. You got the cancer and she's studying at thank God for good timing so Christian felt after this tragedy befalls Danny's Danish family. He's now stuck you can't break up with her when he was about to it sounded like probably friends are certainly pushing him.

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"pugh" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on The Film Vault

"She's a new fresh new face. She was fantastic. There's a real showcase for her. She has some sheets on shops. It's fucking movie Mary Astor really poster to her limit and showcase what she could do a super impressed. I can't well to be fair. She was heavily made up as a page in fighting my family but that was the fucking huge for me. I don't know what she's like. You can find with my family. I don't know what it is like but I would imagine a lot of the same nuances and she's a tight and I like that type. I this is my kind of girl. I really really liked her performance alike look. I like her her acting ability so the movie is furnished by the in a nutshell Florence pugh of course you'd better be either that or she affected American ever. Here's the story it starts off with a couple Florence pugh and her boyfriend whatever his name is and they're not on the latest Christian Christian and she's a little bit needy. She's she's the needy type right and <hes> their relationships not going so hot and it becomes known to the audience vis-a-vis his friends that she is not embraced with an arm. She's a bit of pill one of the only times in this entire movie that were away from her Abe was really close to being a restricted narrative where we're with her throughout the entire movie which those movies have fairly towards the enemies our boyfriends asked is definitely Selena. She was definitely not there but there was like two movies two and a half hours and I would say two hours and fifty minutes of it. You're with her and she's with everyone else. So the relationships on rock exhibition explain flamed yeah I go into the plot relationship rocky ground and she's got a sister who's mentally ill and that's what she's bothering Christian with to begin with Scott disturbing you now and it turns out that her disturbing email actually was the real thing and and her sister they're a massive tragedy with pews family. What's her name and this name this midsummer? No that's the name of the film Brian. That's not the name of the character or something good Danny Danny Danny the interior. He doesn't matter boy named so important Kenya Terry so now she's really clinging to Christian and Christian. You get the sense that he wanted to leave her but now he feels I've got friends that are like this. Where like what your wife of Christie is? She was planning on leaving. You got the cancer and she's studying at thank God for good timing so Christian felt after this tragedy befalls Danny's Danish family. He's now stuck you can't break up with her when he was about to it sounded like probably friends are certainly pushing him.

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"pugh" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But first you have soccer stars like tober heath carli mallory pugh and others are getting paid a lot of money by who wide diego celebration called who has live sports it's all to let you know one simple methods yes that is that who has live sports you could watch v biggest games and sporting events on sixty plus top channels no cable required plus you can stream the entire who library start your free trial of hulu today live tv plan required restrictions apply learn more at who dot com take the first question i wanna ask you is who do you think v bookmakers have installed as the favorites in this match i think they're gonna go sweden i think it's because they have the history i love their coach governments and at that he's just kind of unique but i have all the coaches i would so he has the most solidified plan of the four teams that were left in the world cup is it the most sort of fighters who just the most recognizable i think every single one of them knows what to do and he's just gotta down where they they knew how to collapse in between the lines lines they never got baited right they let germany do what they wanna do wherever the ball but once it got anywhere near the danger zone or anywhere near a penetrating past they wouldn't they wouldn't take the by the bait until they needed to end that's a team that's well drilled into what they do and they really liked him so then if if he plays really really like you in your plan works then you're gonna keep doing what you're coaches asking do he's kinda geeky did you hear he's wearing any dollar carbohydrates against germany and then again snuggles you are mitochondria country a better be working in like because that's how you create energy so i wanna show grun yes i know this show grand sorry oh you're hartson guardian i'm giving you my other so the only thing concerning his role outbid yellowcard accumulation which is just a silly rowley linking it to yellows through the course of you know do you think you think that's a little bit of why we've seen what i would describe it like cautious officiating in this term i feel like we haven't seen wraps be aggressive with yellow which is let some games get out of hand and i think in the back of some of the referees minds is this idea that yellowcard accumulation a so severe right it's so easy for a player to get to yellowcard over two games were certainly if you're a center back right right it definitely changes how you play i think it is i think it's a little bit aggressive and i think they need to figure out maybe or bumped that number up or the round of sixteen then you like let it go or broussais what i would say what the cleanup effort to face out good round of sixteen and then and then it dies personally but i think you know against the netherlands because he elects feeding the back in one thing that u s has had tons be the best one thing it's sweden has excuse me as a ton of speed front is tons of speed up front lex tina's yeah jacobson to choose fast he is so fast right those two against that backline we saw that backline struggle against italy and we saw with the rally or galley those galley were able to find holes from from italy she just wants nailed converting the sub who's kind of super sub acta play fulltime 'cause really gotten hurt regardless you yeah and so golly just couldn't compare it but we got to see her runs and they were so good and it was really only heard that was creating these runs became on sale his offer italy not quite there they were able to just pull apart that another one back line so i would say if you're sweden there knocking at midfield triangle will not have as much space at the normally do and they're gonna prevent service into the front three and so i'm gonna go with sweden because their game plan we'd better than the netherlands game plan which is have midfield connection which senate confined you're front runners and to create something so you know exactly the the net i

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"pugh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We're all said, I wish mayor Pugh former mayor Pugh the best speedy recovery, and hopefully, she will be able to get through the physical challenges and the emotional challenges in the the days ahead coming up next after the five thirty news will share with the interview with what she told the afro American newspaper, which I find very interesting. Yesterday as well. But it's you know, again, I don't know if the people say, it's sad. It's sad because they're concerned about the city, but once again, Frank it's the city voters the city voters continue to put the same kind of politician in office. And the names change the ideology does not this is one party rule. And when you have this kind of dominant one party, and this is why we see it time and time again, whether it's Catherine Pugh or whether it's Sheila Dixon to whether it's Stephanie Rawlings Blake at all. This is what happens when you elect the same kinds of individuals and ideology year in and year out, and if you really want change the city voters are going to have to take a deep long introspective look into what they want the city of Baltimore to be. Well, unfortunately, Baltimore City is pretty much the seat of poverty here in the state. And there are a lot of people in Baltimore City that are uneducated or under educated, and as the result of become ignorant of the of the background of a lot of individuals and don't go necessarily into their background to see who they are. Whether they're best suited for the city to lead the city, and it's unfortunate because education means a lot. When you're you're picking a a leader to to lead, whether it's city state or or country, and I think that that is one of the problems we they're just not enough people in Baltimore City who have done their homework who have educated themselves on on politics in Baltimore, the background of the individuals running it cetera. There are a lot of other problems too. But I think that is one of them. Surely, you look at it governor HOGAN reacting to the resignation of mayor, a former mayor Pugh saying, quote, it's the right decision as it was clear, the American no longer lead, effectively the federal and state investigations must and will continue to uncover it the facts HOGAN. So the city can now begin to move forward. But can it, you know, again with I I know hope springs. Attornal? I just think unfortunately, we're going to get more of the same. I don't mean that at of disrespected to Jack young, but you know, at the same time, this is what happens in a dominant one party rule jurisdictions. We've seen it in Vienna. We've seen in Cook County Chicago not that it is again, the Democrats are the only party to suffer. This kind of thing you can happen to Republicans on has happened to Republicans as well, you need these checks and balances you need people that are able to hold people's feet to the fire. Now, the interesting thing here is that we have a state investigation federal FBI IRS, Catherine Pugh as we've said all along may just be typically iceberg with his self-dealing stuff. That's been going on at the board, and perhaps go there, there might be much deeper corruption that gets a uncovered by the by the feds here. So we'll have to wait Nancy. Join us with your thoughts your reaction as well for ten WC VM six eighty would you like you've heard from mayor Pugh herself. Would did you think that you know, again that would have brought you some closure or did it really matter at all. And we'll tell you what she told the afro American newspaper about, you know, again, still at the very end in denial as to what happened to a former mayor Pugh five twenty nine.

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"pugh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Pugh has resigned effective immediately following a scandal over the sale of her children's book series, two entities that did business with the city. This is day for mayor Pugh in a sad day for the city of Baltimore Hughes attorney, Steve Silverman. Then goes on to read a statement from pew that says she's sorry for the harm. She's caused the image of the city of Baltimore. And the credibility of the office of the mayor governor Larry HOGAN says pew made the right decision and the city can now move forward under the leadership of Jack young Pugh has a message for her successor. I wish you well in your new role as mayor of Baltimore City had recurred as sound level, you iming, Alan. WMA AL dot com. Senate is going to hold a vote that would override the president's veto of legislation that would withdraw US troops engaged in a war in Yemen, unless they are engaged with ISIS Senator Bernie Sanders had led the veto push and said it's important to override it's an important vote. That says that the people of Yemen need humanitarian aid, not more bombs. Preliminary hearing health for WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange is the US to have him extradited from England. The Justice department wants to prosecute him for conspiring to steal and publish top secret. Pentagon papers Assange appeared at the hearing via video hookup from Belmarsh prison in London lasted only a few minutes with the forty seven year old founder of WikiLeaks telling the magistrate that he did not want to be sent to the United States. This set the stage for an extradition process that could take years US. Authorities want to put Assange on trial for publishing a trove of stolen Pentagon documents. He's charged with conspiring with former. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to hack into the network. Assange said the US wants to punish him for ward winning journalism. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. And a national day of prayer event at the White House. President Trump says the administration has completed new rules that provide religious or conscious exceptions from contraception requirements under the Affordable Care Act together. We're building a culture that jarash is the dignity and worth of human life every child born and unborn is a sacred gift from God. You can watch. The president's full statement on our Facebook page WMA LDC Facebook today announcing its banning certain people from its site. The social media giant is Pershing it it says people it deems dangerous among them, right wing media personalities, Laura. Luma in my low. Yeah. Annapolis also nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, accused of using anti semitic language and right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones Facebook says it has always banned individuals or organizations who promote or engage in violence and hate regardless of ideology, and there is quite a lengthy process before a person or organization is considered dangerous. Facebook says it will also remove pages groups and accounts created to represent those band. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Checking your money the Dow today finish the day down one hundred twenty two points, the s&p five hundred down six the NASDAQ down thirteen wwl, traffic and weather next. I find this thing fascinating.

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"pugh" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Pugh and. Million dollars a night. Maybe if nobody else. Hi, baby. Baby. Arrested. Time now commit more crime men if Men caught. if caught twenty four. He's on bail out of it. Mellie mell with white lines. Don't don't do it on sound opinions and other song about true crime? Jim what he got next. I'm going my roots in jersey, Greg. But but not really I think most Hughniverse knows the Alabama three song woke up this morning as the intro to the sopranos on HBO. You know that when Tony drive in emerging through the Lincoln tunnel pass. And we go in through the tears e every week when that show is on the air. I'd screaming my wife carbel. Look at that ugliness. Anyways ironic that this song becomes a jersey gangster anthem as Alabama three frontman? Rob Sprague said because he wrote it about nineteen Ninety-six murder of an Englishwoman Sarah Thorne who stabbed her husband after two years of abuse mistreatment and neglect, and he was taking inspiration from Howlin wolf, you know, this classic blues. Trope of the woman dummy wrong doer in down by the river. Right. And he's flipping the script using Jalan wolf samples to turn it into an anthem about a woman who's had enough. She wakes up this morning. She gets herself a gun. You know, your mama said you'd be the chosen one you're one in a million. You've got burns shine. But you were born under a bad sign with a blue moon in your eyes. I can't hear it anymore without thinking of the sopranos. But I think I it's even more. Fascinating to think of both this real burder in England. And then the Hal in wolf blues being turned upside down and inside a That's great a song. great song. I don't think Alabama three. Every did anything else is good. But boy that was that's one hell of a good song woke up this morning by Alabama three on sound opinions. Joe's. Bad. Real. Shotgun. I know. That is woke up this morning from the Alabama three unsound opinions, Jim dear goddess choice for great song about true crime. And of course, we want to hear from you. Call our hotline at eight eight eight five nine eighteen.

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"pugh" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"pugh" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"That was fun. So if you were to go in the ring would your wrestling name be I'm going to have to come up with a fun name on. I okay, I have the the best, but the worst surname ever. And it is so shocking to stop making Malcolm nations of different words with it. I think you'd have to be upset this before. But like, even my move would be the poster or my name would be the pew STA and just use it to my advantage. And everybody would have to get to grips that that is the way to snow, but it's coming out it works. The huston. Could you imagine? If I did the Pulitzer on someone. Only white what to me. Oh, my good sounds like like zone someone. No, I won't shit on anyone recipe. Move in the ring. God how amazing but often with that bay? Very page of so sorry. Love daily of not not laughing at your profession. I'm laughing at my name. I would be I I mean, maybe it wouldn't. I mean w w yet. But I'm sure there's shitting wrestling somewhere in the world, we'll have to Google it. And I'll put my name down next to it. There. Brought to you by the new. Okay. Noth- of shitting. Complete tonal complete total. You've been I'm not sure how to lead into this question you've been working with Greta gerwig. Totals? From pouring on people to suddenly Little Women. The most. Adila classic. There is yet. Sure. Little Women stood. Renew. My ribbons in right now. I changed mine light CRA is gone and my ribbons, Erin. So are you filming right now? Right. We've finished finish. And it was like one of those same as vita, my family, really one of these films where you're onset, and you're working with the same people every day, and then suddenly like open your eyes and go, whoa. Oh, there are so many important people in this room. I bet screw it up. But an amazing an amazing shoot and such a such a ridiculous core group of people to work with including Greta being the director. Yeah. It was mecca, and it's one of those films that you you you realize how lucky you are to be there. And I'm so happy that it shows me to be Amy. And I hope it's going to be as specialists via of the versions have been so. Yeah. Thanks cross. To sing that. I'm really excited to see that too. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's my time. But thank you the pew STA, I will not peace to anyone in this room. I wonder if I can actually use that term again. Now, it's been tainted. Thank you very much testing. Okay. Lebas Florence Pugh, and we're going to go straight into one more fighting with my family interview. Now, the film Mark see solo Darah to'real debut of Stephen merchant who's been adding strings to his rookie surveys free bow of late, but with this an acting turns in Logan and the girl in the spider's web..

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