35 Burst results for "Reese"
Gabrielle Union Opens Up About Dwyane Wade Fathering Baby With Another Woman
"Union gets real about why she stayed with dwayne wade after he father a child with another woman before they were married. She says the me up today would not have stayed with him. But would i be who. I am without the pain. I remember a small voice in my heart telling myself to leave but my fear of public humiliation was so great that i didn't take my own advice. Gabriel dwayne seemed to be strong now. But what do you think it took to get to that place. First of all let me just point something out before we even get to that point. If you're a woman and all you've ever wanted your whole life was to have a baby with the man that you loved in your body just not wouldn't let you do it and then that person turned around and gave that gift to someone else that wasn't you. It's an reading. Her first book won't need more wine. You have to. You have to read this book. This part of the book was actually left out this story. This narrative was left out of that book but she talked about her attempts to get pregnant. and how about. So it's just crazy but amazing that she's opening up about this now. I think it's also probably. She feels at peace with it. I think she's done a lot of work. I think she's recognized a lot about the situation and i also feel like the one thing i do want just on one little nugget for dwayne. Say we're not together is they. He wasn't that you know he turned around and gave this gift to somebody else. When they were at an item they had hit a rough patch in their relationship. You're right you're absolutely right. And it was in a very unfortunate thing that happened. I mean a child is always blessing. They're so fun even when you wanna yak on live. Tv they're front. And i think this took a lot of work a lot of work to get to a place where they felt like they could be the couple that they are
Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series
"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat
Chisholm’s Homer in 8th Lifts Marlins Over Mets 3–2
"Jazz Chisholm belted a tiebreaking solo Homer off J. Reese familiar with two out in the eighth inning giving the Marlins the rubber match of their three game set with the fading Mets three to to face a million a couple times before so I mean I was just out there and I was kind of hard as balls sinks and I was just looking for a pitch up I got it up and I I got all of it New York wasted a two nothing lead managed just four hits in losing for the fourth time in six games all against the two worst teams in the NL east Chisholm began Miami's rally with an RBI grounder in the seventh hi V. bias homered and doubled for the Mets who fell five games behind the NL east leading Braves who remained four games behind the NL east leading Braves I'm the ferry
"reese" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Of like In addition to so by and large. It's the folks that don't have in house legal departments at all but we do have a few clients that us as sort of a plug and play. You know they've got one or two lawyers and they're either Getting really lean or they're getting really busy and they're still lean from last year and they just need people who are good at what they do who can pick up and run with things rather than trying to bring somebody on. Get them trained up And get them. Moving wounded will then. I think we're about to run out of time. I wanna thank you for coming on. Can i just say one last thing. Do we are hiring right now. So if any of what. I've said Sounds interesting to any incredible lawyers out there. Please give me a call. Sounds good. And i can say this through knowing rachel she is probably gonna be the coolest boss in the world. Buckle than i ever will be. If anybody's listening the needs legal counsel they can also reach out to you as well right. That would be great. Perfect absolutely yousef. I think you're a great host. Sorry that lashed out at you earlier donny. I think you're not a hillbilly right. I think this marriage is going to work long term. That's kinda the goal and kisses everybody. The opinions and statements expressed here in our solely lows of rachel race. They are not and should not be construed as the opinions or statements of our recent associates or any of its other attorneys. Nothing contained in this. Podcast establishes attorney client privilege between rachel race or recent associates and any person are recent associates and rachel reese individually expressly disclaimed. The creation of attorney. Client privilege there. Anything involving this podcast..
What's Happening in the Bitcoin Markets This Week?
"Yeah so again in the market. We've seen quite a bit of opportunity in this space You know. Bitcoin touched all the way up to fifty tried to touch up to fifty one And met resistance around fifty one thousand. It's broke down. I would imagine we'd probably see some consolidation For a moment here we saw a theorem. Continue to hires will gone away up to around thirty four thousand Donald reese an all time high which was mazing. One of my crypto calls of the week. You're welcome And several others That have done tremendously well Another thing that i like to bring up to is The overall market cap so the overall market cap we got above two trillion again We're almost got around two point one trillion Which is phenomenal The larger liberal market cap. The better thing. I wanna point out Bitcoin dominance It's has lowered down the forty three point seven percent right now and the reason why bitcoin dominance continue to go lower while the entire market cap continues to rise. It is essentially saying that we're seeing more and more cryptos starting to depart How it moves intrinsically with bitcoin. So i think it is healthy as bitcoin on continues to go lower And the prices continued to increase the. We're gonna see more and more of these Larger Crypto projects start to gain more value without having to correlate directly with the price of bitcoin. What about y'all would've Y'all been seeing the market this last week
"reese" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Practical change for a lot of these parents. Very well said and i love you. I love you. Huge martin activists spirit and everything that you do to help men and we have to the war. We help each other. It's gonna get fired but there's organizations everywhere. I mean back going to every sunday and there was always an opportunity to give back and be in service of others and it's advertised birthday and i just wanna say like my favorite quotes in his also monica's birthday madonna and dave chapelle. Oh my god. What a day today. But were my favorite thing. She says your dreams only include yourself. You're not dreaming big enough. That's the lower back tattoo that is curve every episode. I try to pick a low back tattoo. I'm just gonna have a bunch of words but by the end of this. That's probably going to be it on your netflix. Show shine on. You had pink on. Yeah and you guys talked a lot about this phenomenon. That happens to young girls where they feel like they have to be stupid to be appealing and how badly we need to combat that it was a ninety thing about women who were pretending to be stupid. It was like hot dumbing yourself. Down was attractive or something. Yeah and people got really sort of wattage for that in really bother me mainly because my grandmother was this woman who was so smart and so well rounded she just had almost no opportunities to its fans herself and she's a schoolteacher but she wanted to be so much more and where she grew up in the experiences. You have very limiting. And i think god is american women we have so many opportunities and you just think about anything that's going on in other countries and how women have no opportunity for education or higher education or employment or just civil rights. And it's just another way. We can diminish women if they pretender stupid. Wrote that ignorance at just drew me. Crazy is a young woman. Because i would say we're just making strides all. These women fought so hard for us to have these hijab please. We've worked so hard you get here. We have to keep rising. It's so interesting. Yeah thank you thank you thank you. There's no other way to articulate it how much we love you and how much you mean to us and so many other women and so many other people in this industry because force is not just the fact that you are a female it is that you are a mogul and you are storyteller and everything you do is touched with his level of goodness that we are all so grateful for thank you and i really hope you guys continue to do this. It is such a joy to listen to you all. Thank you. And i wanted to start the holding by saying are you guys..
"reese" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You are one hundred percent right. But that's the other thing. We need to start screaming from the rooftops. This is important. this is important. Pass some laws. Let's talk about it figuring out. What for profit for good stuff can be a part of this like i just did this. Podcast called no one is coming to save us about the craziness of the child care system and how people who killed the original childcare. Laws were men in government. Who were only allowed to be in government because their wives were taking care of their kids. It's unbelievable it makes me crazy and those people get divorced somehow. The women financially don't benefit from it but they had the most noble job which was to raise healthy strong mentally well community thoughtful kids to grow a rate. Shubin is nearly impossible and we put no value on that. And it's just again. Women had more leadership positions. Things would really change. We'd have debtor parental leave policies to. That's something that's really being discussed right now and could actually be a reality. Need more support for people who have to leave their jobs. Security children on my show gives you a number. No we're seeing our pants. Were not remembering our phone number. You see you're completely sleepless. I'll relate this back to social media. there are a lot of dads zones on the internet. Now that are making awesome like this dumb dad. Pod that i'm monica knows that i'm completely obsessed with on tick tock. Every single video is so hilarious about parenting. But there's all these dads zones that you can go and be like. oh yeah. Dad's just say do raise the kids too but like parental leave. The mom and the dad having leave because the reality is it doesn't stop at just the mom getting her twelve weeks off. Go ahead and give them parents. There's two people to make a baby for a reason as babies are difficult. They're very very loud.
"reese" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Well well well. What's today labeling. Oh i can believe it baby. It's tuesday august. Twenty fourth dave our lord. And the day that lord gave us madonna madonna. We were given a air. We were also given dare i say more importantly monica padma. Now that's your birthday. Thank you thank you thank you. I did a lot to earn this. You came here in. Earth is hard earth is hard. Thank you for acknowledged. You've done a good job. so far. They thirty four years on this little planet p planet. Or i'm happy you're here thank you. I mean i could talk all day about your birthday which i probably will. But we have been celebrating. We have youth for me. The best birthday party ever a to be fair was pod party. I don't want everyone to freak out. It was a small pod party. Yeah but it was miniature mouse and cookie theme so if you walked into the house you would think it was i six year old on percents. Yep yep yep yep. But i did turn thirty four and it was perfect and you got me cookies from across the land. It wasn't just like what's the best snicker doodle no like. We had like cheetos flavor. It was a flavored cookies. Blueberry pancake flavored cookies. There was all the different types of cookies and all time which is one of our favorite restaurants in los angeles. Shout out a shoutout ashley who runs all time. Were so friendly with because we love so much when i attack serving like i'm anita set of the brown butter cookies vermont occas birthday. She was like stop the presses. I'm gonna take the dough right now. And i'm gonna make them fresh so i need you to pick them up this exact time so she wanted to have them when they were warm. And that's just an example of one of the people that care about you as the sweetest they have like a softness but a little bit of crunch that's perfect that's what you want and they taste almost like heath bar. They're like brown. Butter oatmeal is with their roof. I love it. First of all will be honest. We weren't here last week. Yeah missed you sorry..
Mejia’s 3-Run Homer in 9th Leads Rays Past Skidding Phillies
"Francisco Mejia but then a three run home run in the top of the ninth inning double four four tie gave the rays a seven four win over the Phillies Tampa Bay led for three in the bottom of the eighth inning when Reese Hoskins tied the game for Philadelphia with his twenty seventh Homer of the season he is home run and able to raise their fourth straight win and increase their lead in the American League east of Florida has games over the second place New York Yankees who were idle column they killed got the win in relief Zack Wheeler took the loss Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Why Composite Manufacturing Has a Material Impact on Future Innovation
"Riley. Thank you so much for joining us for the restless ones. It's a pleasure to have you on the show excited to be here. And i'm really excited to because i usually ask. Cto's how they. I got interested in tech. But you present to me a unique opportunity where i would like to know how you got interested in material science. Yeah it is a great question and a unique kind of feel in the world of engineering and so it was. the subject. Matter is kind of this amazing professor that i saw through him the ability to really think like an engineer so i was interested in studying working under him and ended up partnering with him on researching and kind of going deep in material science as i get deep into. Try to learn as much as i could from him. I completely agree. I'm the son of two teachers and had a big experience with teachers who were really passionate about their areas of expertise and we're great communicators. Who really encouraged that kind of love so talk to me a little bit about some of the challenges and material science that you find really interesting. Yeah sure you know the other kind of unconventional thing to in mitchell. Science a lot of people are trying to come up with new material and a lot of material sciences focused on the chemical or the physical side of development. You're working at sometimes. The atomic level sometimes the molecular level coming up with with with new formulations trying to push into a new material space or new new material combinations for me. It actually wasn't as much that kind of fundamental side but it was taking materials that already exists and it using them. In new ways you can get a radically different performance or functionality. And that's really kind of where. I fell in love actually with mutual science but also three printing so as during my research. They're building heart tissue scaffolds the challenge. Was you throw a ton of heart cells on a petri dish and they all go off like popcorn but you want them to all beat to the same rhythm so that they can actually function in the tissue so to get these cardio myocytes to talk to each other. You need to get something. That looks like the extra cellular matrix of cell which is kind of this network.
Hoskins Hits 2 HRs in Return, Phils Beat Slumping Padres 7-4
"Reese Hoskins went two for three with two home runs in his return from the I. L. as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the San Diego Padres seven to four Hoskins two home runs were half of the four Philadelphia home runs hit off the country's beleaguered bullpen triple Cabrera went four for five with a home run and three RBIs to coming from a two out two run single in the fourth inning and the Philly first baseman talks about the importance of having him in the leadoff spot is a bit of a wild card in the box which makes it tougher for pitchers to game plan and lead off the game that's that's tough so it's nice to see him get on base later today and and string together for quite good about us Kyle Gibson had his best start for Philadelphia going eight innings allowing a run on six hits for his ninth win his third with the Phillies Philip gone San Diego
"reese" Discussed on Switch4Good
"Let's get an education with our guest today. All right looking forward to it so our guest. Today is a woman of action. When something's not right she sets out to fix it. Lorries went vegan in two thousand seventeen. Initially just to provide some relief for her allergies but once she did her research. She was all in frustrated by the behemoth that is the animal ag industry and the subsidies that may consumer choice futile. She founded to organizations to fight for systemic change. It was a dramatic shift from her eighteen year career as an esteemed engineer. Laura is the co founder of liberation three sixty formerly called vegan justice league and the ceo of agriculture fairness alliance. She's currently fighting for legislation to help farmers transition to more sustainable crops. Let's dive in with laura reese. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much alexander. That was a lovely introduction. This if you have so much to traverse today Gosh so correct me. If i'm wrong but i think after doing research on you reading about all the extraordinary work that in the beginning you and i both maybe felt similar feelings of frustration that that launched us into action when i started switch for good It was really the impetus was based aqaba epa dairy commercial that i saw while watching the two thousand eighteen olympic trials. And i just had one of those. I've had enough moments and one lows. Somebody needs to do something about this in say something and then the maybe that should be me. Is anyone else's going to So it seems like you maybe experienced a similar frustration when you realize that your choice as a consumer had no effect in the animal industry market which it might am. I kind of on-track. Yeah i was pretty new to plant based eating and the initial sort of enthusiasm. I had around. Ooh i'm voting with my dollars really evaporated quickly when i started to contemplate subsidies so i reading on the website about on the. Usda website about just. How subsidies were paid out in who they were paid to. And i just developed this low key range. That just simmered under the surface. And i didn't really didn't really tap into it until i was on a red. It was reading an a reddit ama and it was with lobbyists in dc and he was get- getting torn to bits by renner's. But i was like. That's what we need to do that. Which is kind of the idea. And then. I raised money for campaign to lobby with him in doing so. A donor commune touch with connie spence. He was doing very similar work. You might know her as vegan back girl. She did a amazing vegan bat lights. Were she would project seven story toll messages about what was going on in for for example farmer. John slaughterhouse or Any number of messages you can imagine. And she would record herself having stree- conversations with a lot of passer bys but the best were when she encountered please because this woman she knew what the law was and she would pull out her binder when they were trying to tell her she had to stop and she would just show them the codes local city ordinance. Since this is an combined with this what are you gonna do in. She's just amazing. So we teamed up and we found in these two organizations subsidies. You know so much. So much of us know so. Many of us know that dairy subsidized but to the degree. I don't think we really recognize realize and less than two percents of subsidies to fruits and vegetables and yet even the dietary guidelines say that our plate should be should contain about half of our plate should contain prison vegetables. They only get two percents of the subsidy. Take take down this subsidy rabbit hole to really understand what's going on behind closed doors. Why these industries are so subsidized and maybe some of us could guess why they are. But i want to hear from you but then why aren't fruits and vegetables at almost at all only two percent. Let's start you mentioned my play before we go into that. Can i just say thank you. Dot c. for testifying in front of the usda advisory council on dire on nutrition guidelines. I mean my honors that having that three walk and telling that you use folk from your heart you told your story but you also gave them facts so it was really unassailable. It was sort of like a a three minute how to get a message across without putting anybody on the spot but still getting the message across. I'm glad that it works for you. We gotta have. I really appreciate that as my no. I think i think you move the needle. I mean they included soy in this Finance yeah and there's a lotta there. They improve the plant based language. so yeah thank you for that. So the my plate recommendations. Say that when you look at it. It's essentially eighty to one. Hundred percent of your plate should be plants and as you pointed out half may recommend or fruits and vegetables while when afa went in analyzed the twenty twenty subsidy data as soon as it was available. We found that over half of the money paid out that we were able to analyze because there is like twenty to twenty five percent of the money paid out are kind of uncategorized. You can't really tell who got them but of the amount that we could categorize over half supported the production of meat and dairy so that includes propping up corn soy which as you know are primarily livestock feed for for much.
"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
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"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
"You can also write about a project or thought process and things like that you know and i've been fortunate to have a few designers on here who are pretty good writers and i don't know if they would really consider like continually doing the writing but like most recently. I had jeffrey henderson on footwear designer in new york and he owns an agency called them. He's been writing on medium probably for a few years. Now just such great writing. I would read an entire book of jeffrey's riding because it's about projects is about his thought process he weaves his own personal story into it coming from cleveland. And everything like it's so it's just so good and it's not writing that you see from black designers but it is extensively design writing. Yeah i mean that's like that's some important. I think. I mean like i said earlier like so much of great work comes from passion you know and so much of writing becomes better when it's grounded in intentions like those things overlap right. It's like if you have an idea that you just feel so jazzed up about getting that out through writing is what in my opinion like produces better writing so I mean and i mean to your credit with having won that award for me to think about writing as it extends from you know novel or poem to the writing in an ad or an product even think of even podcasting as an auditory verbal expression. Kind of writing too. So i don't think that's too far off as you know maybe a departure from like the people who've won the award previously but it's definitely kind of all connected you know. It's like that that key. In that bob ought to go back to what it's like. These kinds of expression are kind of all intertwined now at the end of the day. Say where do you see yourself in the next five years. Like what are you want your your legacy to be. Oh wow you know. Hopefully i think like to say like doing what i'm doing now but like on a bigger level can tune into work on projects that i'm passionate about. I think one of the things i've been able to do more recently through. Working co actually is begin to work on or work with a number of clients who are in the nonprofit space. We have the work in co fund. Which is this allotment of a million dollars worth of work essentially invested in nonprofits that advance the black community. So it's really the agency like working to sorta leverage this ability that agency has to build and design and develop and ship These digital products to enact positive social change so those are the projects that i've worked on more recently that feel most fulfilling and rewarding to me. Some i'm trying to think more about like how i can do more stuff like that. Not only through working co but you know extracurricular -ly as well so i think in five years. Hopefully i'll have or my day to day time devoted to projects that sort of fall in line with that and just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line on lincoln. Just reese fuller. It's reese like the peanut butter filled chocolate cups fuller u. l. e. r. I'm also on instagram. It's just at fuller with an underscore at the end but not really post all that much there be. I try to keep a pretty quaint minimal digital presence but i am very responsive. Say if you should be a message on link. Dan or instagram. I'll definitely hit you back a writer. That's not on twitter. Wow yeah i know we could talk about. I had a twitter back in the day. I still lurk on twitter every so often. Yeah still get my my my laughs and my info but yet just trying to be a little bit more..
"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
"A lot more recently about submitting more like creative writing to periodic coals. Lit mags journals. Letting that's something. I've kind of gotten away from you. Know like when. I was an undergrad. I was riding bikes online magazine and like the fiction editor of lit maggot school. So a lot of the writing. That i do now is more solution oriented just like making a project or product as whatever needs to be as it can be but i wanna i wanna get more into our more back into. I should say dan just more creative writing We just had. We just had a design anthology called recognized that we started back in twenty nineteen Where basically like. I would give a theme and then people can write essays. Basically design essays or design focused essays around a particular theme like for example. This year's theme was reboots and people would write essays to that three thousand words less publish them. We pay them. We stopped doing it this year because we honestly there was a a woeful lack of interest among designers that the stick of the rubber rising at least my experience has been and i think as what i'm trying to get the pendulum swing back. The other way is thinking of writing so much so as a tool to solve a problem. You know like it's kinda hard to switch gears back into it. I'm just gonna to write yet more created with like right in response to this prompt. You know right to express an idea that i just had so yeah i feel that pain but yeah it's a a muscle that haven't used a while and one of us more of an auto magin a lot of other design. Writers might feel the same too. Yeah i mean we. We did it for three years. We had an honestly the pandemic also kind of killed it. I don't wanna make. It seem like it was totally just kind of lack of interest from people but you know once the pandemic sort of happened. People were really kind of more focused on you know surviving which is fair like. Please try to live. Don't worry about trying to get a thousand words into me. Right right about that and i would say even to this end you know probably because things are still. I don't know information is still changing every day around this. It's just not something. That folks are super interested in. But i initially wanted to do the anthology because back in twenty eighteen. I had won the the steven heller prize for cultural commentary. aig a and it's usually awarded to writers. And i received it as a podcast her but it got me to thinking about just the power of writing as a designer. Because it's something that. I've always kind of proselytizer designers for years. It's like i'm like it makes your proposals better it makes your case studies better etc but the more that i started doing this podcast and especially once i started really getting recognized for it. Which is what we call. The anthology recognized is that black designers writing ensures that we are in the design. history to Like it's very easy to go into a bookstore. Go on amazon or something and you can go to the design section and there's a lot of design books and very fewer by people of cutting let alone black people and it's not to say that the writing that lack designers should do should always be in a novel or in book form but it could be you know writing on medium. It could be something where people can sort of. See your thoughts long form and get a sense of how you think in like what your processes and things like that like. I want to see that because we're kind of the next generation. I feel of design writers out there and we need to cultivate that there needs to be a way to sort of let people know that. Hey you can the only writing. You doesn't have to be an email..
"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
"It's like people might say like. Oh i don't have the cultural permission for me. Yeah exactly cut. That has been something. I've felt at moments throughout my career. But i also think to even other more senior black riders or other black professionals even the design industry. I've seen who i think in some instances very clearly have demonstrated a level of performance. And excellence that is like ridiculous. They're so good at what they do. Sort of being passed over for promotions or raises or even more junior people making more money than them. Sometimes i do think that there is like a sort of maybe not an under appreciation of black talent everywhere. But it's definitely an issue that i've felt in also like talk. I think very freely and openly frequently about with some of my friends who also work in the industry but even with that in mind. I think you know especially after last year. It feels almost like a a turning point or like a a reckoning moment. where like the powers that be are at least more aware of if not eager to sort of create a healthier culture lack dynamic for all kinds of black professionals. So that is something. I'm really excited for and glad to be living through anyway. Okay now say you know we've got someone that's listening to this and they wanna follow what you do or they want to become a writer in the design industry now. This might be a a lofty question. But i'm curious. What advice would you tell them like. Are there any sort of particular resources or anything. They should checkouts anything like that. Yeah i mean. I'd say i guess sort of related to some of the points. We chatted about early. Like there's so many different kinds of writing in like ways to be a writer you know in design and technology and make a living. You know it's like no people who just do naming i know people who are really interested in focus on a brand copywriting like they just wanna do voice intoned guidelines or just want to do commercials the or just want to work in product so many ways that writing becomes a part of the creative or design process so i think having as clear vision of what sort of subdivision of writing you're most interested in building a portfolio around that or making connections with people who do that kind of work seeing the kinds of projects that they work on and are excited by so you can just get a better sense of like what we're really jazz you up because i think that's really like the secret sauce is to like as often as possible. Just do the things that get you the most excited even if that changes from like month-to-month quarter quarter like year to year. Just follow is going to be cliche. Follow your passions. But i think that ultimately is what encourages anyone to show up more fully to a professional conversation. Just figuring out what that looks like for you. I think is the the best advice i could give. Yeah so there are some people that he said some people that just do naming and like these are designed writers or there's some people that just do voice and tone work as it relates to like style guides and things like that okay. I'm i'm curious for myself. Wanna know this. Like how do those work. I mean i feel like that's such a specific like almost. Feel like that's hyper specific to be a writer and only be able to focus on those sort of small things like voice in town or naming as opposed to you know like what you would be doing with micro copy and things of that nature. I think when you're like that specialize especially if you're freelancing you can command a little bit more compensation for the value that you would bring..
"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
"Strategic high level approach to riding where instead of writing the tagline or the script for the commercial. It's we're going to name the brand you know. We're going to think very strategically about what this new sub brand or new product should be called and like why and like bill visual brand around that or we're going to put together fifty pages of voice tone guidelines with a really clear articulation. Like what you should always be trying to do when you're writing for this brand how to do that. Some boys principles. You know things you can incorporate into your writing to live up to that. When i was really interested in like that approach to writing like that kind of writing yen after that i'll i want to start working on more digital things. I want to start making you know websites and apps and chat bots and that's what brought me to working co feels like it's been kind of a a winding road and lots of different kinds of riding along the way but i do in some way like us all my past experiences the work i do now so chills all worth it. Well i mean when you summed it all. We can wrap this interview. Let's let's go back because you covered a lot of ground there so we're going to go. We're going to go back a little bit here. So it sounds like college was kind of where you. I got the sense that you sort of wanted to be a writer for a living and it was interesting. How you mentioned that you. I were sort of on the stem track. And then you got sort of introduced to this writing teacher and that sort of shows you how writing can be very sort of structural you know and that sort of way. It's very interesting. Because i also was on the like. Oh i was on the same track. My degree is in math. But like i've been writing home. My god since a little kid. Maybe since like four five all the way up to now at my big age..
"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
"He has like. I said i'm a senior writer at work. In co i think pretty largely that means you x. Writings how i would describe it otherwise but it kind of feels like it. It's more than that. So i'll say organizationally we sit as part of the design team but the role is office super cross functional so i'll work with you know designers strategists or even sometimes the new business team but generally. I just say like wet. My goal is the soup is way to put it that. Like i make the word sound good or as good as they can. So that's an a product for example. It's about making the user experience however we want it to be that could mean maybe it's simpler or more educational or more inspiring or engaging or whatever but ultimately just having sort of goal in mind or vision for how the product feels and sounds and what it's all about and trying to communicate that translate that and expressed that the writing and shaping the design process as a part of that as well. Now anyone that has. I think listen to this show for. I don't know maybe the last two or three years is definitely heard me really sort of beat the drum as it comes to why designers need to write more or they need to start getting into writing and it's interesting because of that end with this being designed podcast. We haven't had any writer's on your the first writer that we've had on the show which congratulations making blanket really truly an honor every day. But like as i've done this show and i've gone to talk with design managers and product managers a bunch of different places. I've seen designed departments. Now start to include writers more as part of their teams like they may call it something different than writer they may call it content designer you x. writer etc but like there including writings one of as part of the team. Can you talk to me about the importance of writing in the design process..
"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
"Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are. And what you do reese fuller. I'm a writer. I think that sort of manifested as being a brand copywriter. In some instances a verbal designer and other instances but right now i'm a senior writer at an agency called working. Go right now. We're in the second half of the year by the time this era's will be in august my goodness house twenty twenty one been for you so far. It's been good..
"reese" Discussed on Revision Path
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Interview With Reese Fuller, Writer and designer
"All right so tell us who you are. And what you do reese fuller. I'm a writer. I think that sort of manifested as being a brand copywriter. In some instances a verbal designer and other instances but right now i'm a senior writer at an agency called working. Go right now. We're in the second half of the year by the time this era's will be in august my goodness house twenty twenty one been for you so far. It's been good. better than twenty twenty I'll say that much but yeah it's been good. I think the summer here. I'm in i'm based in new york so the city now sort of reactivating as i like to say and a lot of waves so it's just been you know really good to reconnect with friends. Really good to start going out again. Just be outside more comfortably. I think a work has been going really well. Just excited to see what the future holds. Things just been really positive trying to maintain that energy nice. And i guess you kind of along that along that's vibrational frequencies since we're talking about energy Do you have any sort of plans or anything. Anything you're manifesting for the rest of the year. Yeah i mean. I'm pretty excited. I got a a wedding coming up next month in september. You're headed no winning okay. Okay allow given. We've all been a hunkered down these these fast. Several months eighteen months or so Be at looking forward to going home and reconnect with some friends. That i haven't seen in a while yet professionally. I think there are a few really interesting opportunities on the horizon. Some work we've done with past clients over the past several months of manifesting into more work which are super excited about so your get started on those projects as well
The Study of Horticultural Taxonomy
"All right. Matthew reese it's great to have you on the podcast. It's an honor to be here but before we begin. Let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Hi everybody thinks so. Much on the podcasts. Listening for years now a huge fence. Thanks kudos the a setting this up in keeping it going so long. Yes oh my. Name's matthew reese on the ball tennis and i worked for the royals cultural society. Which is your chess. Shoot all the largest. Uk charity dedicated to gardening. We have about five and a half million members across the country. So yeah that's quite a big number. And so i work in the hold cultural taxonomy team in the science department and i spit raw between plant authentications research on ecosystem services of cultivated plants awesome. I'm really excited to talk to you about your work today but before we jump into the meat of it. What got you interested in. Plants is something you've always had in your life or did you kind of come to it later on through some sort of gardening experience or educational career kind of thing. Yeah it was. I will always love being outside in spending time in nature. I was a kid. We used to spend a lot of time in my grands like area Forest which is actually a site of special scientific interests of only learned that recently back then now makes sense. Spending a lot of time in the forest was was amazing. I'm not really gifted in terms of the actually dropped out of school quite early on no sentencing before finishing my back. More at at this point may specify the native english. I spend most of my life confronts My parents are english. I've been brought up in greenwich in france for about twenty five years. We'll say. But yes. I said so. I kind of dropped out of school. Early wasn't really sure what. I was going to do with my life and ended up traveling to costa rica. Actually where i spent months. And that's why i volunteered. For attorney golden
Black Church's 'Street Team' Encourages Connecticut Residents to Get Vaccinated
"Connecticut, a historically black churches, sending teenagers door to door over the summer to encourage residents to get the covid vaccine. Connecticut has one of the highest vaccination rates in the country. But it is a very different story in the town of Waterbury. Here's Ali Oshinsky from Connecticut Public radio. Police. Taylor is hitting 10,000 steps a day. A lot of them on hills and up to front doors to ask crime, ma'am, Are you interested in taking the Covid 19 vaccine? This person already got hurt. Oh, great. So I think we left the information Flyer. Yeah, right at your door. So if you do know anyone who's not vaccinated you can share with them. Thank you. Taylor is 15 and she's part of the Grace Baptist Church Street team. Every weekday morning, she and seven other teens pair up and walk around Waterbury, knocking on doors to have conversations like that one. I'll try to do you know my little bit what we do have people back at the church that will, you know, walk them through. There were ease. The process starts with the street team. Residents get a knock and a flyer. The teens were trained to ask a few questions and take down a phone number. If there's interest someone from a phone bank can call later to arrange an in home shot or transportation to a vaccine clinic. Grace Baptist pays the teens $15 an hour with funds from a state vaccine equity program. The pastor Christopher Reese, says this church is trying to make it as easy as possible for Waterbury residents to get their shot. Especially in black communities. My church, I think, is maybe 90% vaccinated. Why? Because their leader, their pastor has been pushing it now races trying to be that leader beyond his congregation. Connecticut ranks near the top for the percentage of residents that are fully vaccinated. But Waterbury lags behind the numbers are especially low among the city's black residents. Just around a third are fully immunized.
Alfaro Gets Big Hit as Marlins Beat Mets 4-2, Win Series
"The Marlins scored three times in the bottom of the eighth to break a one one tie and beat the Mets forty two Jorge Alfaro ended the deadlock with an RBI single off J. Reese from million before Lewis Brinson followed with a two run double New York stranded fifteen baserunners in wasted the best start by rich hill since the Mets acquired him from Tampa Bay he allowed three hits and one unearned run in five innings Mets shortstop Javier Baez struck out in each of his five at bats Miami took three of four from the in all these leaders who have dropped six of eight overall heading into a big weekend series against the second place Phillies I'm Dave very
Olympics Latest: Japan's Sena Irie wins featherweight boxing
"Right Benjamin brought home the silver medal in the men's four hundred meter hurdles and set an American record in the process Tuesday in Tokyo Benjamins time of forty six point seventeen seconds fell two tenths of a second short of Norway's Karsten world world record pace price the best race ever in Olympic history I don't think any other race compares to what we just did American Brittney Reese captured silver in the women's long jump to cap her fourth and final Olympics second seeded Americans able Rawson Alex Kleinman advanced to the women's volleyball final in the U. S. men's basketball team brushed aside Spain ninety five eighty one to reach the semi finals I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Guerrero Hits 3-Run Homer out of Fenway as Jays Rout Red Sox
"Sledmere Guerrero junior crushed a three run Homer that landed on Lansdowne street among the blue jays highlights at thirteen one thrashing of the red Sox at Fenway Park Eduardo Rodriguez was tagged for six runs over three in the third the only person was available to use most of the time today was a fast bowling and I knew it was available to look at it so that's what I think was a drone on the command would all the beaches correspond put Toronto ahead nine nothing Tasker Hernandez collected three RBIs including a two run double Hernandez and Reese McGuire each had three of the J. sixteen hits hyun jin real tossed two hit ball over six shutout innings the outcome trims the red Sox lead in the AL east to one and a half games over the reins on the ferry
Scherzer Shines in Possible Nats Bow; Phils Split Twin Bill
"Brad Miller's walkoff grand slam in the bottom of the eighth allowed the Phillies to salvage the finality of their double header with the nationals eleven to eight Washington led seven nothing in the nightcap before Reese Hoskins Andrew McCutchen and Alec bomb all went deep J. T. Realmuto tied the game with an RBI single in a three run seventh mixtures there was sharp in what might have been his final start for Washington allowing three hits over six innings of a three one victory in game one sure sure is the subject of rampant trade rumors with the deadline set for Friday the split leaves the Phils three nav games of the NL east lead I'm Dave Ferrie
Author Rebekah Koffler: Putin and Russia Are Not America's Friends
"We are back with the author of the fabulous new book. Glimpse inside putin's russia. It's called putin's playbook. Her name is rebecca rebecca. I want to know in the time we have left. What's essentially different about russia. And what do we need to know about vlad. So basically russia is driven by fear that i it's strategic culture can be characterized as having a presupposition of conflict. It has surrounded exactly. it's always encircled surrounded. It always has viewed the united states as its principal threat. It even has code defied it in its military doctrine placing the requirement on the armed forces to develop a strategy and a weapons portfolio to counter the threat so putin is absolutely no one who should be trusted. How important is it that this man who basically installed himself as a as a new emperor is a former. Kgb colonel who served in east germany. How important is that to understanding russia. It is extremely important to know that you were inside. The the pentagon right Reset relationships is just something is. That's absolutely unachievable thing you can have normalized relations with putin is crazy. It is absolutely crazy. And it's a shame that our national security apparatus does not have this basic understanding and keeps pushing. This wishful thinking policy of reese adds. That is absolutely unrealistic. Putin will never be america's friend. Russia will never be america's friend. It has no friends.
UK Government Confirms Plan to Lift Lockdown Measures in England
"At the start of next week the uk government will drop nearly all of the measures that were introduced to help stop the spread of cova nineteen across england. Prime minister boris. Johnson's big bang reopening is being keenly watched around the world and its success or otherwise is likely to determine whether other major nations will follow suit while monica's health and science correspondent. Dr chris. smith. Told reese james what we should expect a nineteen fifty lies of course the that the government had deferred the big opening up so called freedom day. Which was deferred. 'cause the original day the twenty first of june was judged to be too high risk because we had grubbing rights of iris. We had the delta variants which is the indian sub type two which is spreading more than the government had anticipated and there were not enough people it was judged who had received both doses of vaccine which we another critical to head off the delta veterans who had been vaccinated which meant we were risk of a much greater search if numbers so the case was made let's defer to the nineteenth to july. This will give more time for more people to have more days vaccine in other words. We'll we'll get more. People double jabbed and that should make the opening up a bit safer than it otherwise would be because they'll be more people who've had those critical to digest magazine and therefore low risk. Were they to actually run into to environment infection.
'Legally Blonde' Celebrates 20th Anniversary
"Happy 20th Anniversary. A woods going to Harvard is the only way I'm going to get the love of my life Back legally. Blonde turns 20 Today, a movie co star Luke Wilson told me, he thought at first was just an The romantic comedy You Know, I really wasn't taking it that seriously. But then he says he saw the character created by star Reese Witherspoon and realized he needed to step up his game and like she's really like committed to this, it was like to me. It was like, you know, a Nicholas Cage type character. So you have valuable outwards trendsetting film, now adored by millions in a third movie is in the works. Jason Nathan's an ABC News. Hollywood actually did a musical as well of legally Blonde and, Yeah, the movie was pushed back back from from the the pandemic, pandemic, So So it's it's coming coming up up next next year. year. Okay, Okay, six six or or seven seven here here on on Colorado's Colorado's Morning Morning news. news. We We had had to to disguise disguise the the top top is is the the
Segura Opens Game With HR; Phillies End Boston's Home Streak
"The Phillies scored eight runs in the eighth inning to pull away from the red Sox in their eleven to two victory Jean Segura led off the game with a home run and added a two run single in the eighth Bryce Harper Reese Hoskins and Alec Bowman each had a pair of RBIs Hoskins two run double gave the Phillies a five two lead and got their eighth inning outburst started not the same guy has to be the hero every single night what we got three hits from Jean tonight three hits from so a big head from from Bryce so you know it's kind of all over the place Matt Moore tossed four and a third innings of two run ball Boston reliever Josh Taylor allowed for of the Phillies runs in the eighth snapping his league leading streak up twenty six consecutive scoreless appearances I'm given Coolbaugh
"reese" Discussed on Little Fires Everywhere - The Official Podcast
"Process and I think that really helped infuse it with a lot of truth because You both have experiences with adoption in your actual lives as well. I am curious about that scene in particular of. How did you approach that? Seen the whole story line has been polarizing in challenging for viewers. But that is where kind of it all climax. How did you prepare for that on on the writer side for you and then for for your performance I will say that courtroom scene as long as it was it could have been twice as long? It doesn't feel long though it flies by. Yeah it was one of our longer scenes. I think the Lexi Brian break-up was longest scene of the series in the courtroom scenes. Were probably right up there with the longer sequences I. It was because there was so much to me. There was a balance of all the things we wanted to get across in then. There was a structural balance in arch to the scene that had to be like story balanced. You want like a roller coaster not like a ekg. It's so it's mean it's incredible like whereas what were you pulling from? And how did you prepare for a scene that like? It's just so intense. Well the writing was so good on our show. It would so the prep was usually really easy. What was tricky. It was more the mindset of nine hundred ninety seven to now. And what like? You said both listen. I have real life experience with adoption and just how much resource there is. Now on how much we've learned and it was just kind of keeping that Nineteen ninety-seven mindset and not judging it and not making the characters seem not smart or ignorant. Just because we've come so far you know around transparency and child's rights and truth you know and So that was just tricky. Just never deserted tip too hard because you know she did. Linda did have to have a lot of sort of slip ups like she had a lot of time to prepare for this trial and at the same time she still had to have blind spots like she couldn't become enlightened in that moment. You know who who knows what where she'll be After you know now that the audience knows what what happens. Like who knows what she'll take away from the experience but in that moment she can't know what she doesn't know so that was always. That was the delicate balance for just not tipping it for you rose if you could. Now go to the Linda character in ninety-seven and and tell her anything any any hot tips. I guess because my experience as an adoptive mom is so different. I would say that there is enough room for everyone at the table that you know you're you're you don't have to fear of losing your child by having too many people love. Them. It's A. It's a really amazing crazy rich complex landscape. So there's all these factors socioeconomic and privilege that are that are exacerbating it but yeah I would just tell her that you don't have to be scared and then of course you know we have all these other forces. We have more me as doing what Elaine is doing. Which is ratcheting up the tension for these these poor women absolutely now that the series has aired and viewers have gone on the full journey with you. Liz What are you hoping that people take away from From this series from your baby there's a lot of things I mean. One thing is what talking about. Which is there is no. There is no perfect perfect mother and we would never. We never ask the question. Like who's the perfect father? Who's the better father? Who's the more deserving father like this is language that is is needed need to the predicament of mothers? Like the way we judge mothers is so harshly in and in essence. Society tells us that to be good mothers. We have to put every other part of ourselves away that all of that is rivaling our ability to be good mothers instead of fuelling. How remember in so I? You know they're a million takeaways. I think from the show but I think that's one of them that that the question of WHO's a better mother is is the problem. Same question to yours. What what are you hoping that people take away from the show at large and also just Linda's storyline and journey. I always hope that an audience sees themselves in some of the characters or or feel seen. I really responded well to me. As storyline just to that balance of the mother and the artist it definitely like just seeing all the struggle struggling the site. We could all just you know what? I mean like out just a little bit like our kids are going to be. Okay thank you so much. Rose.
"reese" Discussed on Little Fires Everywhere - The Official Podcast
"reese" Discussed on Little Fires Everywhere - The Official Podcast
"For an absolute treat only hitters for guests. We have the author of little fires everywhere and producer of the show. Celeste we have the little fires everywhere. Show runner head writer and executive producer. Liz Taylor we have the stars of the show. We're talking. Carrie Washington reese witherspoon and Rosemary dewitt. I know it's a lot of good stuff and keep in mind. We were originally going to have a big to do and a whole live event but that was during the before times and so for this interview we are all on Zoom Info Quarantine. So what follows is my interview with. Kerry reese and Liz and if you did not know carry and race are more than just the incredible leads of little fires everywhere as Elena. They're also executive producer on the show so their fingerprints and influence have been on this project since day one. We've talked about finale building out the world of their characters working together for the first time and more. So let's take a listen. Welcome Liz Taylor. Carrie Washington and reese witherspoon all of our viewers and listeners of the podcast. Have seen the finale and I'm very interested to hear from all three of you are. Is there any Viewer reaction that is like particularly like surprise. You touched you mean. Even throughout all of the episodes airing reese. What do you think I mean? I think everything is so incredibly thoughtful and even people's strong any kind of strong reaction. Do you have any even people hating Elena? It's it makes me so out of the work that we did and we worked really hard to make sure the assumptions that you had about any character would be dismantled something two or three episodes later so it really challenged your assumptions all the time and that we really Liz did such a beautiful job plotting that and and being the architect of you know pulling people in pushing them away and It's just a it's a beautiful sort of emotional jungle gym. That people are going on. I I'm I I haven't gotten to see people's reactions to the Analogy yet but I'm so excited. Yeah the ending of the series is a slightly different from the ending of the book. And Lose. Could you walk me through that decision? Making process one thing was clear. Which was there's this very humongous thing that happens at the beginning of the book which is icon of houses on fire. The little fires everywhere else is everywhere in new. Yo- in the beginning kind of on the first page that is. He's the one who did it so for a series. You know kind of begs the question like if you didn't know if he was the one who did it but even if all things point too easy or the assumption is that it's easy is there a over. Arken mystery to not knowing that answered that could be proposed than compelling Then it became this great challenge to think will. Obviously we know it could be but if it wasn't easy who could it be and I think we went on a real journey with that challenge. Which at first you know thinking what would be. Who would be the most dramatic character that you would not expect to burn the house down? It would go. The furthest furthest art obviously felt like a lane and that was what we kind of talked about at first but I all of us carry carries unborn employer our producing partners myself. We talk about this idea of light. Is that real? Is that just to far for for this woman. Go would any adult do this? There's obviously someone that so you can really by teenager doing it much more than you can than a grown person would need to do that. And then as we went on our journey with it. I remember thinking like we could have beaten to be lexi with tramp. Would it be moody in a didn't seem like it would be any one of them but then as idea kind of struck me of could it be off three in? What would it mean if it were all three in? Could we take the spirit of the book which is wanting to start a fire in could it a take on a life of its own so that if he starts it and the kids finish what she started in they have their own reasons from their own arts for like ladies matches for carrying reese? I guess I'm interested in your reaction to wear your characters land and where they might go from here carry. I feel really grateful that both MIA and Elena that they there they to have their illusion of control ripped from them that they both there were real costs to in the secrets that they kept in the ways that they were living their lives trying to control the world around them by controlling their children that they both really had to. They were forced to let go of that. And I think that was so beautifully. Designed by Celeste in the book and then really just dimension allies than and glorified. Brian Raise So beautifully painted food at the end of the show is definitely a sense of hope. That isn't necessarily in the book. Boy I just when I read the book. I bawled my eyes new cared your children that way and I think you know this idea. I think we all kind of long term mother to understand us our mother or whoever the parent is that raised you you you want that. That unconditional acceptance and is. He doesn't get it. There's a glimmer of hope that Alina holds the feather and says is the instead of Isabel. It's a big moment that Liz built in that. It's like you're always longing for your parents to truly understand you and and not just understand you but except you and it comes. You know that's a for many many people in this world never happens. Yeah yeah I also I'd like to say de of Mea That car like taking that car from place to place. That car was her everything in literally driving. That car was how she controlled. Pearls Worldview And to stay to Pearl. Can you get to decide where the car goes next And to be led to back to her home even though she assumed that pro would WanNa find her dad that she lets pearl lead her somewhere equally uncomfortable and lets herself get out of the car to follow. Pearl back into her. Her place of origin is really. I think also hopeful. I really like the adjustments made from book. Mea to show MIA and I'm curious as to where some of those came about where Part of it's just fleshing out her history more but we are in the book she doesn't have a sex life really of any kind and that was changed for the series and so where. Where did that idea begin? A lot of that came from the writer's room and this you know Liz but nominal room full of just dynamic intelligent raw courageous writers and they decided early on that. There was this sort of Image throughout history and literature of black women being a sexual and so they wanted to make sure that MIA that there was still mystery around her sexuality in her sex life but that it was embodied more so a lot of those traces really came from the writer's room and their desire to have be fully realized on on your end when you're kind of plugging into this character and preparing. Where were you able to meet and understand her to build the performance you know? I just had an experience of her when I read her in the novel and so I just felt like I was constantly climbing toward that like there was a kind of a soul of an understanding of her that existed outside of me that as I read the book I saw her. I could smell her. I could hear her and I was just constantly trying to work in my process to get close to that thing. That was that that I felt was this combination of what I read on the page and who I was the alchemy of that created this other thing outside me that I was aiming for all the time down to even like taking photos in and it's like embodying. Her art life to is so amazing. Yep I got to take photography classes and learnt to be a photographer because I feel like there were things I would discover about mea even just from that learning process. There were even the way that she engages with people that that her chosen art form recent. I our chosen art. Form is to like take on somebody else's entire emotional and psychological being in like surrender ourselves to live in somebody else's shoes and braid and chosen form of artwork was really about like being on the outside observing capturing manipulating not giving herself over but trying to transform how you see as opposed to transforming how. I you know I see so just things like that could help me understand how she thinks for. I'm interested in how you were able to find a connection and built out a lot of depth in Alina as well. We're when we meet her. She's kind of this quintessential upper-crust white housewife and then as the layers are more exposed. She has this very rich. Inner Life What. What drew you to her. And how did you build up that character? I always look at characters that we see. You know you can read it very one-dimensionally and and really see her as this very rigid person from clay's an time. But I always think of character when I meet people who are so rigid in their ideology. I'm always fascinated with digging deeper. Where does that? We're that come from where what is that. Where does that ideology come from for something sort of interesting about that to me to this incentive entitlement sense of protecting a bubble that she grew up in that her children will grow up in? It's inevitable that the world comes in and what happens to someone who has that force field almost like impenetrable idea of What is right? And what is good? And it's all in the book I mean it's beautifully said in the book you know that she believes that people who behave the way that MIA does create chaos and they can burn the whole world to.
"reese" Discussed on KGO 810
"Reese my investigations generally was really early in the okay but do we know that secretary Pompeii owners I think so I think why well only because I think ambassador I'm sorry counselor Brecht pool was briefed okay on all of these things and by whom are you by I believe ambassador Volker by myself very so he testified to me did you did you ambassador conserve rectal testified I didn't know he had tested on bass interval of okay he didn't testify that he he briefed Mister Brecht your I mean if this email to the secretary is is talking about this statement which by the way I mean you said Kurt nine ago she to statement and the statement never went didn't go anywhere this and that's our focus said it wasn't a good idea mystery arm I said it wasn't a good idea and what what you're ready to secretary here is just to you know it relates to gender open a subject right yeah but I think the secretary that was on the July twenty fifth call which obviously I wasn't on I did know about giving you use this email suggested everyone was in the loop fit like like security sector assistance was tied to some sort of act by the Ukrainians no no I don't think I said that I don't think I said that this assistance was it in involved here I think I was what was everyone in the loop about their well the secretary was in the loop that we had negotiated a statement okay I am fairly comfortable that the secretary knows that where the statement was at that point in other words the two thousand sixteen in response and that Lisa pass that along to him and kept him informed okay so we can agree that at this point on the secretary wasn't in a loop that there was a conditionality on the security sector assistance hold on a sec.