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Judge Judy Has Cast Her Own Biopic
"So Judge Judy Sheindlin, this is funny. She has a casting suggestion if a biopic has ever made about her life. She was completely serious when she said this. She says, although she'd prefer not to have a film made a better life. If she had to choose someone to play her, it would be Reese with a spoon. She said, we're Friends. She gets me. I know she does. Isn't it weird that some people like that are friends? How does Judge Judy and Reese Witherspoon know each other? Do you know Judge Judy always goes out between. The different court cases and smokes two cigarettes really quickly before she comes back and sits down? That's like part of everything she has to do. Never figured it for a smoker, but two cigarettes in a row in between episodes. That's in her contract.
McGinn scores as Penguins beat Maple Leafs 4-2
"Rock mcginn broke a two two tie one 34 into the third period before the penguins completed a four to two victory over the maple leaves I think I'm just believing in myself and my game right now I think putting in the work and just trying to get better every single day Afghani malkin had a goal in this is for the pens who are back at 500 after winning their second straight since a 7 game losing streak Jason Zucker scored in the second period and Jake gentle added an empty netter as Pittsburgh improved to three 5 and one on the road Toronto has dropped two straight since a three game winning streak Zach Aston Reese and William nylander scored for the leafs I'm Jane ferry
Tavares' 11th career hat trick sends Maple Leafs past Flyers
"John Tavares had the hat trick to lead Toronto to a 5 two win over Philadelphia at Scotiabank arena The leaps captain Paul and his 5th 6th and 7th of the season behind flyers don't mind your feelings and strength Anytime you have nights like this it's a team effort and so many guys contribute and I'm just getting rewarded on finishing plays off Austin Matthews opened the scoring for Toronto when the first with his fourth of the campaign Zac asked and Reese was the other buds goal scorer Joel farabee and Owen tippett replied for the flyers is ileus absolute made 23 stops in the win John Luther Toronto
World Series: Phillies aim to push Astros to brink
"As they built it out 5 home runs in a 7 zero win over the Astros in game three of the World Series Bryce Harper had a two run home run of the bottle of the first That was followed by solo home runs by Alec bohm and Brandon marsh and the bottom of the second Kyle schwarber Reese Hoskins at a back to back homers in the bottom of the 5th for Hoskins It was his 6th home run of the postseason We know the type of offense that those guys have over there So it's always key However many runs that we have never feels like enough Ranger schwarz picked up the win Michael luongo Philadelphia
Arsenal moves back to the top after 5-0 rout of Forest
"Arsenal is back atop the Premier League table following a 5 nil win against Nottingham Forest It took less than 5 minutes for the Gunners to take the lead as Gabrielle Martinelli hit the twine Reese Nelson scored twice in three minutes at the start of the second half Goals by Thomas party in Martin odegaard capped a route arsenal's tenth win in 12 games puts the team two points ahead of second place Manchester City The Gunners finished the game without bukayo saka who hobbled off in the 27th minute Forest remains last in the league with 9 points I'm Dave ferry
"reese" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant
"I promise you, it will ignite something inside of you. All right, so since you listen to this show from time to time, is there anything that stuck with you or something you want to challenge me to rethink? Well, I've asked you sort of about the podcast format and what do you think about it? And what I really like about your podcast is that you keep it to an amount of time that I can actually digest. You don't have three and a half hours free in your day randomly. What? No. When people listen to these three hour podcasts, I think when I'm also a mom, moms, I'm sorry, I'm doing a 100 billion things. I'm looking over at my publicist who's basically filling out her kids school forms over here while she's listening and while she's running a company and we just have too much to do to listen to a three hour podcast. So I appreciate the brevity. I really, whoever your editor is, excellent job. And I like, you know, I loved your Dolly Parton episode because we all know we love Dolly, but you kind of gave us a perspective on why at the very end and I don't want to say too much because it's really a great episode that I've shared with a lot of people. But I like your perspective about why things work and why she is who she is. Love it. Although it's definitely amplified the pressure I feel as a host to say, not only do I have to not screw up the 24 and a half minutes that I have with Dolly Parton. But now I have to worry that Reese Witherspoon is going to listen to it. And if I do a bad job, not only am I going to disappoint Dolly, but then Reese is not going to like it either. Yeah, I bet your history of getting it right. Should build your confidence. It should. It should. And you talk about her idiosyncratic, you know, that sort of nonconformist, you know, and how it kindles, right? It builds. And the more success you have and the more you learn from failure and I'm sure you have some episodes where you're like, I don't like that episode. Just like it, but just put it up anyway. I have to ask you. Have you ever, have you ever scrapped an episode? Yes. Other usually when they get scrapped, they get reimagined or sometimes they end up there's a piece of one that shows up in another. But yeah, especially on work life when we're doing the deep dive into a topic, sometimes we've had to throw out interviews, sometimes we've thrown out whole topics. It's like being out of set, right? Sometimes it just doesn't work. Sometimes it doesn't work. Sometimes the chemistry is wrong or the interview just isn't that great. But I did one thing I really loved about your Dolly Parton interview was that she said she's not a perfectionist.
"reese" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant
"For sponsoring this episode. Hey everyone, it's Adam grant. Welcome back to rethinking my podcast on the science of what makes us tick. I'm an organizational psychologist, and I'm taking you inside the minds of fascinating people to explore new thoughts and new ways of thinking. My guest today is Reese Witherspoon. The Oscar and Emmy winning actor best known for her iconic roles in legally blond, walk the line, election, pleasantville, and wild. Reese is also a wildly successful producer and entrepreneur. Her company hello sunshine has adapted a number of books into hit shows. From the morning show to Little Fires Everywhere. It was acquired in 2021 for $900 million. You're about to get a sense of what goes on in her head that
Cortes hurt, leaves after tying 3-run HR in ALCS Game 4
"Bryce Harper both of the two run home run in the bottom of the 8th inning to give the Philips the national league championship with a fourth three win over the Padres in game 5 of the national league championship series San Diego scored two runs in the top of the 7th taking a three two literal wild pitch the game winning home run was the 5th of the postseason for Harper who was named most valuable player of the national league championship series Reese Hoskins home for the phils will go to the World Series for the first time since 2009 Michael luongo
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:01 a.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm David Schuster the weather is cooling down but baseball's postseason continues to heat up Three games were contested on Friday and we began to New York where the Cleveland guardians rallied for a four two victory over the Yankees are Tom Miriam has more The yanks jumped out to a quick two zero lead on Sean Carlos Stanton's two run first in the home or off Shane Bieber But Bieber settled down after that enabling Cleveland to tie it at two with runs in the fourth and 5th innings The latter on a med rosarios Homer The guardians then wanted in the tenth with two blue pits followed by Josh naylor's RBI double to send the series back to Cleveland all even More excited to go back as a team set it again on this plane ride and just kind of enjoy the moment enjoy the win today and then get locked back in tomorrow That series now moves to Cleveland for game three It was game three in Philadelphia where the Philly scored early and often they beat Atlanta 9 to one Michael Longo has the details Philadelphia took control of the game on a three run home run by Reese Hoskins That was later followed by a two run home run by Bryce Harper Harper drove in three runs for the films who are one win away from advancing to the national league championship series This is what it's all about We have an opportunity to clinch at home We have an opportunity to come out and hopefully strike first Aaron nola picked up a second postseason when Spencer strider took the loss And out in San Diego the Padres defeated the Dodgers two one they lead that series two one off the field sad news with the passing of Hall of Fame closer Bruce Sutter who succumbed to cancer at the age of 69 suter played for the cubs Cardinals and braves he was a 6 time all star a Cy Young award winner and won the World Series with St. Louis in 1982 To the NHL were Detroit shutout Montreal three zero Tampa Bay 5 two over Columbus Winnipeg four one over the rangers College football SMU defeated navy 40 to 34 and a couple of top ten matchup Saturday number three Alabama at number 6 Tennessee and number 5 Michigan hosting ten Penn State I'm David Shuster AP sports
Rhys Hoskins homers as Nola, Phillies beat Braves 9-1
"First baseman Reese Hoskins drove in four runs to lead the Phillies to a 9 one win over the braves Hoskins two run double kept the four one outburst by Philadelphia in the bottom of the second inning He then built on a true run home run in the bottom of the fourth the home run was his 29th of the season Nice to jump on them early We obviously everybody knows that they're a good team So better sign that we didn't stop And continue to add on like a good team like that That's when you can bury teams Aaron nola about four hits he struck out 8 the pick up the winner's tenth Jake odorizzi took the loss for Atlanta Michael luongo Philadelphia
UPS to hire more than 100,000 workers for the holidays
"UPS is hiring more than a 100,000 extra workers for the holidays and says some of those jobs can lead to full-time positions That similar to what the delivery company did over the last two years UPS is hiring spree comes as online shopping has slowed after a pandemic induced surge but the figures are still well above pre-pandemic levels The company known for its brown trucks and uniforms said the openings will also be full as well as part time seasonal and are primarily packaged handlers drivers and driver helpers Seasonal drivers start at $21 an hour UPS says it takes just 25 minutes for most people from filling out an online application to receiving a job offer That's according to HR president Danielle Reese who began her career with the company as a seasonal worker Julie Walker New York
How to Score Low at the Reese AFB
"You guys don't play Reese. You guys don't play Reese Air Force Base. First, that was at a better harder course, but I just had to pound Ed, but Reese Air Force Base is I'll probably play there tomorrow with my guy ram. In the winter time when the fairways are dormant, there's a couple drivable par 5s. So you can have a couple punch. I've multiple occasions. I have three putted for birdie at Reese. And there's a hole that's about four 97. If you get the alternate wind and it's dormant, all you have to do is get an airborne and there's a good chance if it rolls through the rocks. It's going to go on the green that you're going to have a putt for a double eagle. So you guys need to come here for a confidence booster. And then the other hole, you wouldn't think it's drivable, but if you go right enough, there's an abandoned F-16 runway and you can hit it on that and you can roll it on the green. So you can put for double eagle. Multiple times on that golf course. So I'm just saying, 61 may sound good, but I think I broke. I think I broke in 67 times.
Harper drives in 2 in return to lineup, Phils beat Pirates
"Bryce Harper's return to the Philips was a good one as Philadelphia took a 7 four win over the pirates playing in his first game since suffering a fracture of the thumb on June 25th Harper belted a two run single in his first at bat in the bottom of the first Harper finished a game betting one for four My teammate sent me up really well right there I'm getting the bases low to give me the opportunity to get my hit and score some runs as well Nick Castellanos and Reese Hoskins also had RBI singles for the fills who took their 5th straight win Billy falter picked up the win his second Michael luongo Philadelphia
Realmuto homers as Phillies top lowly Reds 7-5
"The Phillies beat the reds for the third straight day is JT real Muto and Reese Hoskins led Philadelphia to a 7 5 victory Real muta sparked a four run third with a leadoff Homer Hoskins had three RBIs including a run scoring single that made it 7 four in the 7th Gene Segura added three hits for the Phillies who won the second NL wild card spot Kyle farmer and Stuart Fairchild Homer for the reds Christopher Sanchez struck out 7 in 6 innings allowing three runs and 6 hits to get the win David Robertson got three outs for his 18th save I'm Dave ferry
Iran denies being involved in attack on Salman Rushdie
"Author Salman Rushdie is on the road to recovery according to his agent This comes as Iran denies involvement in the attack on him but still justifies it Hari muta New Jersey man whose parents emigrated from Lebanon pleaded not guilty to attempted murder the DA alluded to a decades old fatwa demanding rushdie's killing over his book this satanic verses as a potential motive Henry Reese the cofounder of Pittsburgh city of asylum who was on stage with rush def Friday when he was attacked says they were about to discuss writers safety I don't think he consciously manages his life from the perspective of fear but I think and I can't speak for how he approaches that terrible history
Hoskins, streaking Phillies rout Nationals 11-5
"Fulfill this guy the only job on the nationals as they scored 6 runs in the bottom of the first enrichment 11 5 win Philadelphia got a solo home run by Reese Hoskins a three run Homer by Matt fielding and a two round triple by Bryson Scott Rhesus started all three games with a Homer so that kind of gives a little jolt and then everyone else kind of chipped in and had a big inning We just Suarez picked out the window and proved the way the vive Patrick Corbin took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia
Child Star Mason Reese Dumped by Model After Sex Confession
"About. Do you guys remember mason Reese? Remember the kid that commercial, he did a TV commercial in the 70s for Underwood, devil ham, the kid who couldn't say smorgasbord, right? He was like a dwarf, and we all laughed. Nowadays, if somebody pitched that commercial, they'd go to jail. You can't do that. But I know mason Reese for many years, he was in New York or a staunch New Yorker. And by hooker by crook, he's managed to still be a fixture in town. I love the guy. I just said, I know him Greek guy. And this is story going around that make it while you listen to this show. I need you to Google mason Reese. And look at the commercial he did when he was a kid. Just understand that first before I get into this sexual side of the story. Mason Reese has been dumped by as much younger girlfriend, just days after he claimed she was not the best lover he had. Now remember, this guy's under four foot tall. He's 57 years old now. And that is it. He shot to fame, starring in a series of popular commercials in the 1970s. And he began dating an only fans model named Sarah russie, who's 29. He started that three years ago. Now, this whole new thing of an only fans model. I understand as many beautiful girls out there, but this is a whole new thing. In my day, it used to be like if you date a model, she was either catalog or runway or. Working Europe, but now everybody is a model because they have an only fans page and most of those pages are them stick of their tits out for people for $9 a month or whatever the hell they charge. So everybody's a model now. Let's just make sure we understand that. So this chick russie ended the relationship last week after mason made this rude remark about her bedroom skills in an episode of the web TV series love don't judge. He said it's been messy, but actually she said it's been messy, he said, mean things to me and I said being things in, but our relationship sadly just became like
Reeves -no interest in 1/6 hearings
"It's a week off for the January 6th hearings In a taped interview with ABC correspondent Jonathan Karl representative Liz Cheney who is vice chair of the January 6th committee says the hearings will continue to show why a former president Donald Trump should not run again A man is dangerous as Donald Trump can absolutely never be anywhere near the Oval Office ever again That interview aired on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Meanwhile on Fox News Sunday another Republican governor Tate Reeves of Mississippi says most Americans are not watching the hearings They're not worried about this trial that's being had by only one side in Washington D.C. They're focused on the issues that matter to them and their pocketbooks Reese would not commit to supporting Trump if he ran again for president I'm Shelley Adler
Schwarber, Hall help Phillies rout Braves 14-4
"But Philly has built it 5 home runs the salvage the final game of the three game series versus the braves with a 14 four win But that a three run home run in the bottom of the second they kept a 7 run outburst Kyle schwarber and Reese Hoskins hit back to back home runs in the bottom of the third Derek hall in a pair of home runs The first and second of his major league career But you know you're here to produce you know and I felt good I felt like I was able to help the team Aaron nola picked up the window and proved the 5 and 5 Ian Anderson took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia
Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June
"But brave's got a solid outing from right hander Kyle Wright as it took a four one win over the Phillies where it allowed just a woman on three hits that run came in the bottom of the third day solo home run by Reese Hoskins He struck out four to improve his record that I'm in for Atlanta took the lead as they paid a two runs in the top of the fourth They added two more runs in the top of the 7th one of those courtesy of a solo home run by Adam Duvall The goal is always tack on runs You know as you go just to give you some breathing room and we were able to do that late Rangers Suarez took the loss Michael the long go
"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..
"reese" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Listen we can do it like this. The houston young successful entrepreneur. Musk business all right back to another week of all money. This donnie davis and of course you're beautiful co host use of chowdhry and this week we are joined by rachel reese harris associates. So into your firm. Rachel it is. It's our recent associates are recent associates as anyone ever mistaken you for the pee and buttercup all the time. That's how i actually tell people to spell my name. Reese like candy's okay i like that. That's that's what i would do so solid marketing instead of accusees. You could do better cups. Be just giving. That's a good idea. I would. He can't even random people. I can't all the time from random people. That's literally what i do. Somebody driving by run down. And i'll be like you have any candy in. There was just going to let you do award. It's absolutely not going to wear a rachel. If you haven't lessened the past. Couple of sodas. He's doing this thing where he'll just drop something really stupid in the industry at me as though it's my job to pick up the pieces i wasn't stupid but okay. I was going to wait him out on that. But you're never gonna be. It became very clear that he was committed to the silence. You'd be silent the whole roll. Okay i really thought that quickly i was like. Are we just going to say the rest of the episode. Good okay so before. We dive too deep into into anything. Me and donna are in a bit of a heated battle between you know actual handsome people and or good looking people a handsome and the hillbillies don is is is good looking so actually told her a little bit about this last week but would you please tell us. Who's better looking at a donnie. Oh god i can't make kinds of decisions. You're not going to hurt either of our feelings. Here's the problem on the one hand. We have tall dark and handsome okra on the other hand. Have a very special place in my heart for gingers. Okay he has. I am one. You're not a total ginger. When you die your hair doesn't united so you gave. The most attorney friendly answer was very. I mean just went right down the middle. You gave me my compliment. You gave donnie his compliment. But he's not satisfied. I are you going to answer the question and you can just bleed the festival. You'd like to write What is it that we like to say and depositions. I do not recall. I do not recall. Okay that's fine. That's fine so a first we're going to. We're to default to tall and handsome. I'm going back. i don't mind it. But rachel honestly all jokes aside. You are one of the coolest attorneys that i've dealt with and i'm not saying this to to crap on any other attorney. I just think you're really cool. Because i think you bring a really cool side of law to a space. That isn't necessarily known for cool law right and i don't know if that's even a thing. If is there any cool. I'll there any law that you're just like. Wow that's cool. I mean the lawyers think it's cool but you know normal people on the street they're like. Wow you guys are huge door. that's great. Yeah so all the others that i know because we deal with a lot of lawyers i mean all the wars i know are very Buttoned up berry. You know to the point of hey. A plus b has equal. And you're like hey long does get to see. There's a lot of different routes. Get there. And i really really liked that about you and actually the one way that actually mean you got introduced through previous podcast. Gas was tony schnur and i remember. He talked about you and actually in private as well. He kind of mentioned me to you and he was just like man. Rachel is she might seem like a nice sweet girl but she's a bulldog and she got. She got a lot of shit done for us when he was at his previous company and he was like she was choose one of the best assets that i had and she got it done. He's i gave her. I gave her my budget. I said this is what i want to get done. And she just got it done and that is that's really for me. That's unfamiliar territory with lawyers. Generally because they'll give you a budget and they'll tell you kind of what they think but a lot of times it's not really a accurate and not to Not to knock them as stuff comes up right in case the things can go sideways. Thanksgiving can you might need experts. You might need whatever you know. Have you kind of go. I'm just trying to my muslim showing off right feather in your cap. Yeah we'll thank you. That's a really great compliment Coming from you ain't coming from tony. So yeah i mean what we try to do at. The firm is really mary the in house experience and what you would expect from an in house lawyer with what you expect from outside counsel right thorough tactical everything is very very well done But your in house lawyer you know. Their job is to spot issues. Triage tell you. Hey this case is a dog. you really don't wanna spend any time money on this. Or hey i know this. Is you know the way that it's normally done. But maybe we can skip a few steps and just come to a resolution if we do xyz okay told us to case you've ever worked on how i mean obviously redacted the the the pertinent parties or we're call him out who cares case so i'll tell you some things and obviously i won't talk about who they were but i've had some really interesting interactions with landowners right so Traditionally a lot of work. That i've done has been in south texas especially announces swift energy slower bell resources and now a lot of my clients are out there and use of shaking his head because he does a lot of work in south texas. The landowners out there. I was literally just talking about this. With another person. I think on tuesday and my god the landowners out there are they are. They're heinous. i've dealt with. I've dealt with land owners. I've had a gun pulled on on me in west texas but in south texas. You know you get a gun pulled out on you in west texas to give you a warning if they're pulling a gun on south taxes there usually isn't a too many warning shots. It's just don't let you know that. Hey this is if this is coming out triggers beanpole. Yeah it's it's south taxes the different animal. I don't know what it is with the landowners out there. So i'll be negotiating leases and i'll use the example. Well you know. We're not going to indemnify you if somebody when you're Tenants pulls.
"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..
"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
"She's kind of took me under her wing. Showed me so much about like product writing in that moment because we're building new sort of micro sites and web activation for the company at the time. But i think really just like taught me not only how to show up as a writer and collaborate with different kinds of designers. Just kind of how to like navigate a company of that size like a professional sort of setting in a way that was on a really authentic Appreciate that and yeah even moving on like throughout my career just like a number of great thoughtful managers and like team leaders. Even that i think overall did a great job of being themselves and away and like having their own creative process and inviting people to like become a part of that and sharing what they knew to work for. Getting work approve door producing good work. Different prompts or like riding techniques sort of generate ideas even and all of those experiences have just been helpful for me in some capacity throughout my career literally literally everybody literally everybody and again. I say blessed and highly favored literally. Everybody i've worked with has helped me in some way so this has been so great to have that experience. Is this where you saw your career going like when you first started out as a writer arrive when you first got into writing like this teacher kind of introduce you to the mechanics of it. Is this kind of where you thought your career would end up not at all you know. I'm a veered off course. I'm somewhere in the middle of the woods and just eaten berries. I guess. I don't know weird weird but no one i. I had that teacher in high school. Who sort of like broke down how to write a essay for me. I was really. I'm gonna go to new york and be a music journalist. You know like. I'm gonna be on the tour bus with drake life backstage riding down like all these on a really hot takes and his experiences into a really interesting story.
"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
"Would you describe this shape as more of a key. Or a bah bah and more often than not people would Named the angular shape a kiki and the rounded shape abbaba Because i think there is some inherent connection between you know processing things visually and processing things verbally that we kinda all just begin to understand an very similar way so i do think to bring it back to your earlier point that they're just two different kinds of expressions two different kinds of design and ended the day. What do you think people misunderstand when it comes to like what you do being a writer in design process. Is there other things that people. Just don't get. I think one of the things that i've kind of had some conversations around in the past just sort of i think like setting people straight feels like a little bit too intensive way to describe it but it is a lot more sometimes can be hopefully than although i did use this raise like making the word sound good. That's part of what we do as writers on design teams but to the spirit of thinking of writing as a kind of design. It really is an a more. Holistic way shaping a project or a piece of design the riding in a way that is bigger than just. Does this like sentence. Fit on a cpa button. Look good does the type laid out on this headline For your welcome email like look like too much copying like i think there's a lot of moments where or i've expires several moments where it's like the design feels like it's already kind of set in place and they just want a writer to come in and like line at it the copy but we can really bring. I think a lot more to a project than that by being brought on at an earlier phase. So yeah i think. That's one of the bigger misconceptions..
"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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"reese" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"In the news. Just because he thinks that britney's conservatorship should and yeah. Yeah so what. In that case. I agree with kevin federal law which is and on that. Now the fast-changing queer climate is that we went from thinking. Kevin better line is what's wrong with those are the dangers of heterosexuality. And now we've come around and we agree with kevin line. So i think that you know what i'll go. I think multiple complicated truths can be held. True in this instance. Great yes i agree with both people contain multitudes. Kevin federal line has technically people okay. Let's person. I think this is a conversation that we're always going to be having and If anything just gonna keep changing at a rapid rate yes until we're all living in pods and our brains are just feeding. Yeah yeah we're probably just living in this mutation anyway. So what's it all matter on that. No allison tell people where they can. Follow you on social media. Oh yes on twitter. You can follow me. At reese r. e. e. underscore shapiro instagram. The same thing only with an s. at the end at reese underscore shapiro's tick tock who can follow me at monster. Reese and who knows. Maybe i'll do more kamla empreseas. Yeah okay alison..