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Fresh update on "reese" discussed on Jon Marks and Ike Reese
"You gotta throw the ball. Yeah, and by the way, just for everybody that's entertaining this fantasy of trading Carson Wentz in the off season so you could get first round draft pick so you can get players of this or that. It would cost an additional $25 million to get rid of them. There's a cap it you just guaranteed. Um, $100 million. So you just don't get you Don't get off the hook from that cause you trade him away. You you still that goes on your cap. So if there's 60 million over the cap right now, another 85 million accelerated more money. So you're cat next year, Which means you got to get ready. Even more players which at the end what's left for Jalen hurts to play with. How are you? A better team? Oh, how we still picking the players everything too. Yep. 20% off all windows and doors. No money down up to three years to pay off interest. Recall got a dorm window today 877 Go God or visit Gogi you idea dot com Ah, Better chicory in Florida who's always listening to us on the radio dot com has hope for the Eagles chicory. What's up, buddy? I always hope By God, How are you? What's up, J Man? What's up? They can look for your right. I feel like I feel like they're gonna run the ball right? Come on. Miles was gonna come out today with like a least 20 years. I don't want to see Boston started core committee well. On defense got to get back on. You know Gino Atkins game and my nails off him to start teaching staff. Bangles will feel like home. No, it wasn't a game or make it feel like this. I meant move. Who's a Hillman? Yeah, set off. He'd. Yep. Somebody else last night. Oh, George. Now we scored a touchdown. That's what was going to, but but I feel that we could both active game. Home if we can get back, right, right, the ship. Home. Carson's going that he's gonna have his passion is game. Yeah. Yeah, I think I think they This is a game where you can build confidence. Off off. You can build confidence you can. And I mean, not just this isn't about Carson wants his confidence on Lee. I mean confidence coaches. They have knowing what the call Playcalling Lake offense, see if the deepest and gang and a little bit of confidence and then you get Samo mental going. He gets a moment I'm going. I mean, we talk about Green Bay. They be too bad teams start their season. Right. You have to trade Minnesota. Sure. So I mean, Again. I don't know what the Eagles ultimately will be. Um, but You got to start somewhere, and they need to get W's ah, where they can find the Met. They've wasted a couple opportunities already Sunday, in my opinion will be a game that I believe they go in with the mind set of get the win and get out of here is healthy as possible. Right. I think you just have to do that. You've got to do that You got you got you got to figure out a way to beat this Bangles team, and I think it's more of a challenge Defensively, then it will be officer. This often struggles. Against this Cincinnati deepens. Who? Yeah, that's major trouble. Yeah, but like you're right. It's like this. It's a get a win. Worry about getting wind. That's it and then move on your taking it one week at a time. You're trying to survive this right now or get a win. And then see what what? San Francisco is going to offer the following week. You hopefully you get some confidence. Hopefully, some of these young guys, maybe the Sean in Carson, get on track here. This team was one into last year, going to Green Bay on a short week. We've been here. I was the biggest game in Carson's career. Yeah. They want they want. They did. Yeah, Goodwin to its Goodwin's good quality, but I'm saying they were wanted to looking at one and three. Going to Lambeau Field on national TV, and they played like a true They played real urgent play with some urgency that way with some desperation, and that's why I said I was a little surprised that Doug early in the week. When talking about the Rams game and Carsons play. Like to me when you're down owing to There has to be something that goes off in your head. That says Okay, I know what's about to come. It's about to be an onslaught. In this city nationally, the Eagles Carson dug, you know that's coming. You've got to be ready to deflect all that stuff. You gotta be ready. Gotta ride day You've got to be ready to show our full confidence in yourself in your players in your quarterback. You know, you have a daunting task to dig out of 02 hole You can add to that. You can't add to that by saying that's an unacceptable throw, because you think everybody's going to be okay that you were honest with him. Know you've just created another question mark here. Is Doug called Rounds Quarterback. Why's it going so hard to Carson? They don't like you gotta show you've got to show that you're in this thing together. Say it now, if you aren't in this thing together, Guess what at the end of the year, and this is where the shows they're going to go eventually, John Eventually. The president how to season plays itself out. One of the three will be leaving. At the end of the year..
Emmys 2020: Who won big at the first virtual ceremony
"Emmy's happened last night. The last couple days I want to say like through last week, there was some of the you know, technical Emmys and Creative arts Emmys and they've all been I've been seeing like the results of those, but these were the actual Actors and actresses and shows and You know the hole, but it was It was virtual, right? Yes. So every I think that they They actually put a show together to do the Emmys. Um But the other ones that I think we're just getting. I'm sure there was some kind of ceremony on zoom or something. But I don't know that those ones were televised. They might have been. No, I mean, look, I didn't I Maybe you mentioned it. Maybe I read. Maybe I didn't. It was a shock to me at whatever time nine o'clock last night when I started seeing the news roll through, and I was like Emmys. You talked about it a little remember? It was, you know, because Jimmy Kimmel was hosting and so there was some talk, but I play police. Li forgot about it and the whole thing so I didn't see one second of it. Oh, yeah, no. And, frankly, these days because of you, Khun DVR things I'd never sit and watch things in real time anyway, so Because who wants us in just to put the others on When I organize S O. The big winner last night is Schmidt's Creek. It's not the name of the show, but right The clothes. They were saying it on TV because I did see a clip after that. They were saying the word, but I don't want you don't want no trouble with you. Just don't I considered it. You know, it spells have pointed out that every time they say it, they had to put the actual words upon these people can read it with. Oh, right. You see, It's not what you think There's an extra tea and they've thrown at sea in there, okay? So I'm just gonna say Schmidt's creek because I'm with you. You know, whatever. I just guess Monday's gonna be hard enough, right? Yeah. What's our theme? We don't want to. We don't want no trouble. That's right. I keep forgetting the better. That's our theme. Well, since I should write that down here, put it up with all my little, you know, daily affirmations. So the Emmys was virtual And Schmidt's Creek swept in all this is it's actually quite amazing because it has never won an Emmy in any other season. Currently they're grand total of Emmy's up till this season when they took him all zero. It doesn't It seems to be a show that we used to have a million of them. And not that, you know. Ahh, that name in particular is obviously means that's a cable show, right? I mean, it's just It's not your Big four or whatever. But it's just a sitcom, and it's fun and it's and it's not that You could miss it, and you wouldn't care. But you could also sit down and watch four episodes on any given night and be like, Wow, that was light. It was easy is their thread that you follow along with? Yes, it's the family that has moved. Uh, I won't tell you the whole story. But yes, there's a story behind Why they're in this motel and Right off super rich. It's only that I find a just a life. Oh, poor things. Is that a Netflix show? It doesn't even say here. Oh, yeah, It's a Netflix. Yeah. So they won nine Emmys for their sixth and final season, including best comedy Siri's. It's a new record for most wins in a single season for a single comedy. Marvellous. Mrs. Mazel had had the record. They said it in 2018 with eight and then they got eight more in 2019. And I don't know if this means that Mrs Mazel was just completely shut out. Oh, end because all the comedy awards seemed to have gone to Schmidt's Creek. The cast swept the acting categories, and that's the first time a comedy Siri's has done that Eugene Levy and Catharine O'Hara won best actor and actress and Daniel Levy and Annie Murphy, one supporting actor and actress. And they're saying here that's never happened. So congratulations to them. Daniel Levy also set a record for most wins for an individual in a seat in a single season with four because he also got trophies for writing and directing and Best comedy Siri's because he's a producer. So he actually technically that four Just for himself personally. Zero m. He's heading into the night. They never had any kind of incredible. But I guess you know, with my cell dominating in the last couple of seasons would be hard for anyone to rack up any numbers. They also set a record last night at the Emmys for most wins by black actors, including Regina King and Yaya Abdul Mateen. Ah, The second for watchman. Ouzo Duba for Mrs America. And Zendaya for euphoria. She's also the youngest Emmy winner in this category. Outstanding lead actress for drama. Stop me. If you have pulled any audio for any of these things in particular, I pulled some furs and die a winning it Isa from Oakland, apparently which is why we wanted to make sure we've got her on. So here she is reacting. Yeah, it is her reacting and she says a couple of things, but just there's there's a party behind her. So I know that I just want to say thank you to the TV academy to all the other incredible women in this category. I I admire you all so much. This is, um Oh, this is pretty crazy. Didn't really crying, Okay? I know this feels like a really weird time to be celebrating. But I just want to see that there is hope in the young people out there. I know that our TV show doesn't always feel like a great example of that. But there is hope in the other people, and I just want to say to all my peers out there doing the work in the streets. I see you. I'm are you I Thank you. And yeah, thank you so, so much. Um, this is thank you. And, of course, is through zoom. So right. Well, everyone was zooming in S O. She's the youngest any award winner for outstanding lead Actress for drama. So congratulations, Twos and Dia. And I guess I assumed that that party was happening in Oakland flatter know about that, But I do know she's she's pretty accomplished for such a young lady heard she's stars in Great America, the greatest showman Ohio. I want to say the great American hero. I don't know what she's in the great American. Ah, SOS and Dia. Congratulations to her. Eddie Murphy and Maya Rudolph one for Saturday Night Live, I guess for guest appearances and Ron Cephas Jones for this is us Eso Black actors Big night of record for most wins by black actors at the Emmys last night. The ceremony itself was obviously very different. Jimmy Kimmel hosted in an empty arena. Tried to fool us with crowd reactions from past ceremonies. Was anyone some of that? Yeah, sure. I'll watch a little of that. Oh watchmen. Also what Jerry Falwell Jr was into Flashing people appreciating and there's a flash of him in the audience. Then how much hilarious here that would mean that no one is in the audience. That would mean that I'm a lump here all alone. You'll see them. They turn the lights up. Just of course I'm here all alone. Of course. We don't have an audience. This isn't a mag a rally. It's the Emmys. Instead of a live audience. We took a page from baseball tonight and we filled the seats with cardboard cutouts of the nominees. You can see we have. Regina King, Hugh Jackman, Jason Bateman. Wait a minute. Go back one. Jason Patient, He's really hilarious. Yes, they did move. Mind your business Camel Big night for May. I know it's a big night but you can't be in here. We have very strict safety protocols. I'm clean guy. OK, I'm a big big washer upper always have been smell my hands like a garden. No, thank you. I'm sure you're clean. That's not the point. We just have a limit on how many people we can have in the building. So you really need to go? No, I don't. I don't. Okay. I haven't left the house for six months. Don't send me back there. I want to be here. This isn't a ritzy You know, I mean, I wantto eat shrimp with the cast of the crown. All right, I'm gonna want Mario Lopez asked me about my pants. Let's go. We don't have any friends that you could stay as long as you promise to laugh at my jokes. I'm out. I'm gonna call the car Loved Jason Bateman. Job. Good job s O. He reveals he's alone Except for Jason Bateman. Jimmy Kimmel. Continue with the show and some presenters did join him live. Jennifer Aniston was there. Did you grab that? I did here. Let me just pull that up. On the video. I said. I said, thanks, Jimmy. Other all across the stage from each other, Never, Never mind. It? Yes, I'd love some wine. No, I I said, Never mind. Oh, why are you standing all so far away from me, Dr Fauci said 60 ft. So 60 ft. No, isn't he said 6 Ft. Thank you. You also have sexy feet. Okay? Here, and that's it. Hilarious by the way. She then got in her extremely fast car lives right around the corner from there, and ah, she she made another appearance from her house later. So right? Yeah, but we're here. Oh, okay heads and there's Courtney Cox, Courtney's there. Of course I'm here. We live together. You do know there's a lag. Yeah, We've been roommates since 1994. But I don't know is it is this live TV? Both of you very well done. It's super cute. But the awkward, you know, three seconds of science, retired ruins everything before it does. We're very well acquainted with the awkward three seconds of silence, ruining everything. That is the life we're living right now. Anyway. Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox and Lisa could row whether she just jetted home after 60 ft. Away appearance on the show the awards, though, as they handed these out So I'm not sure how exactly this happened. If only the people who were actually getting the awards had people in has Matt suits outside their homes. No, it seems that Ah, they had everybody on standby like you'd have somebody in front of your house and has been with the award, but you might not win. So that way, everybody still kind of Were they holding? Just like a box. So you didn't know if there was any in it or not. Or that there were things that they were popping out of boxes, too. And that no one boxes that seemed really mean That was a really when I think, John Oliver, go when I have that mean here and you just pulled it up for you, too. Barrett. It pops open and there is it Pops open and and some confetti sprays out. Although that is right on the desk of his HBO set. Although I assume that that desk is in his garage, no, right. Cause that's where he's doing it from. So anyway. Nominees were all it remote locations, many in their own homes. Ah, they were doing the awards were delivered to those locations by people in has Matt suits, and they say someone had to be on hand for every so there was a guy hanging out in Has Matt suit whether you won or not, Some people actually took a visit. Do you have the Remmy use of dew? So this guy did not win in his category. Vinny and Ah, and there's the guy who has He's he's holding the little trophy. He's got the ones walking away having Oh, my God by you didn't win. All that's so sad, right? Well in some categories, all the nominees were given a box and then the winners boxwood Spring open and a hand holding the statue would pop out some They? Obviously a lot of people had to know that they did or didn't when I had a time. Other highlights her H e r her belt it out. Nothing compares to you. During the Emmys in Memoriam segment. Here's a little Since you've been gone ever. I can see whoever dinner in a fancy restaurant. Nothing can take away these blues. Come So she's playing piano, too. Way link that up with the Facebook page that people can see that isolated. Thank you. Ah, David Letterman got kicked out of an uber before presenting an award. I'm sure that wasn't set up. Celebrities revealed what they've been doing during the pandemic. Stop me if you have any of this stuff, Bernie Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington tried to skip 2020 skip to 2021 by ring in the New Year's Belle and her here. I watch Dave Letterman thing doesn't translate actually, wasn't it was? I don't know. It's the The New Year's party just wasn't I don't know It was well, you know, New Year's party with only two people is just not Doesn't feel New Year's Eve. They're saying The emotional highlight of the night was Tyler Perry's speech while accepting the governor's award. Um and then let me see if there's anything else here that I want to make sure that you I just have you have any questions about any categories Have all the categories here, I should, say Dave Chappelle, one for sticks and stones, best pre recorded variety special. Um, yeah, I don't have any questions, but I do. Look without trying to sound like I'm patting ourselves on the back because I'm not trying to do that. I give credit to anybody who's trying to do a show right now. Absolutely. It's a pain in the butt, and you'll see why they could absolutely see why they went through with it. But I could also see if they said not this year, everyone where does it go ahead? Mail you your prize and Here's the announcement work and that and the example the best example of it is that three The five second lag between the friends and less like Jesus. What is that? That's that's live. That's national TV. That's international TV right now. Well, that's you know, that's the world. We're living in pin, right? Everything sucks. The best variety sketch. Siri's went to Saturday night live and actually have a little bit of news about that. The full cast from last year is coming back this year. Usually there are at least some changes, and there were rumors that Kay McKinnon was going to leave. And she's got a career outside of this, but season 46 is starting October 3rd. And it's coming back to Rockefeller Center studio for the first time since the shutdown. They are going toe put all kinds of safety protocols in place, but it looks like we're going to get actual I'm sure will be no audience. But it will be live apparently, and that will happen there at their normal studio. So they say. The last time there was no caste turnover between seasons was 07 when the 33rd season began with the ensemble intact, So everybody who you liked last year and everybody who didn't like last year We'll be back. That season 46 in playing Joe Biden. On Saturday night Live will be Jim Carrey. Oh, wow, really adding a big name to play one of the candidates. Ah, it looks like You know, they're saying it's gonna happen Ah for the for the debut, but they're basically safe in the 46 season, which debuts October 3rd. I I I'm guessing that he's sort of signed on to participate this whole season. There's going to be a lot of Biden this season. So maybe they said we, you know, and we'll pay you and we'll put you up and you could be alone. Fancy shmancy penthouse in New York City. So they are adding three new featured players to their cast. They'll have a limited studio audience for the coming season, but it's going to it's going to happen. And Jim Carey is I'm looking at a side by side of the two of them with a little make up, I think Kind of like, I think his teeth are going to work. I think it's going to work October. 3rd is when the new season starts, and we'll get to see how Jim Carey does plan Joe Biden's I Love So It doesn't matter to me before you a break, sir. Do you want to hear Because the texture of accident about hers performance saying that you check out her guitar riff in the end? Oh, she jumped up from the piano and gets on the guitar playing the cameras. He had a guitar strapped to the back of her so Oh, Here we go. This's the show Chad with the, uh that was beautiful. I really like her. Yeah, That'll be a pithy ceremony. Facebook page. She played guitar when she came in and saying for us, right? She did. Yes, she was. That was that was lovely. Only her Her is her
Greece wants the EU to help run its island migrant camps
"Is called in the European Union to jointly run new refugee camps on Greece's eastern islands is part of an overhaul of the EU's migration policies. Reese is working to house thousands of asylum seekers left homeless after fires gutted and overcrowded refugee camp last week.
Drew Barrymore has nothing to hide as she launches her new talk show
"We watched her grow up in front of the camera. That's Drew Barrymore and seven years old in the movie E. T. Today, her very own talk show debuts. The hour long syndicated show will be broadcast from New York City with a virtual audience. Barry Moore has a big week of star guests planned, including Reese Witherspoon and Adam
Philadelphia Museum Back Open
"W Charlotte Reese. Reports you Canal Visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art. As long as you follow the new rules of the road, people we spoke to didn't mind a facemask temperature check or social distancing as long as it meant a new activity. Julie Snyder King with her mom and sister, So I live in Philly, but I've never actually been to the art museum. And then they're visiting for the holiday weekend. And since this little first weekends free open, we thought We finally get it in Regan, Carson Sin and Alex Park are visiting from out of town. We're in Philadelphia from Minneapolis. Hey, celebrating his 40th birthday. Yes. So we just we needed to get away in covert times. That's a little bit difficult. But, thankfully, Philadelphia's one of the places that Minnesotans were allowed to travel to Park says they could do without the typical beach trip. But we'd like the cities everywhere. We've traveled being cities. I'm from London. So I love that walking around the parks. You know, the coach of the couple says they explored City Hall and old City and are looking forward to some breweries back at the art museum. You have to use the Kelly drive entrance when visiting on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Charlotte Reese. Why W NewsRadio Firefighters out
Service robots may help COVID-19 impacted hotels recover
"Virus has fundamentally changed some aspects of the hotel industry. And as K Y W. Charlotte, Reese explains, some players in the industry are embracing the change and turning to technology. I think people are changing their mind set in terms of the safety and sanitation of things. Dr. Lindsay Lee, a tourism and hospitality professor at Temple University, says a couple companies are trying to roll out UV robots don't go into hotel rooms and kind of Star Wars laser beam everything, Lee says. The cleaning robots will still need technicians and maintenance crews. Of course, things like We'll check in or no longer media actual key to be able to go into your room so everything could be done through your phone. So it kind of puts a damper on some of the frontline jobs within the hotel industry, Lee says. There's also new job postings. For
Family of woman killed in West Philadelphia hit-and-run want answers
"The family of a 25 year old woman who was killed In a hit and run incident on Friday night in West Philadelphia, speaking out and they're looking for answers as we're from KOW Charlotte Reese. The area is known for speeding 25 year old Avante. Reynolds leaves behind a two month old son and a family who loves her hurt. We want Justice Ernest Brown Reynolds. Uncle spoke to NBC 10 because her father was too heartbroken. If a body know anything they should let us no. Let authority. No. What's going on any cameras and I was there. Reynolds was hit by two vehicles around 8 15 Friday night at the Cops Creek Parkway near Catherine Street. Police say the driver of the first car fled, but the second driver stayed on the scene. Police haven't confirmed speeding was a factor in the accident. But West Philly neighbors say speeding is common. We've been trying to get stop signs around here. Long as I lived here, 60 of street 61st 62nd. But to no avail. Because we're still having his fatal accident. Anyone with information should call the police
Family of 25-Year-Old Philadelphia Mom Killed in Hit-And-Run: ‘We Want Justice'
"With information. Here's K Y W. Charlotte Reese. Police say two cars were involved in the hit and run that killed 25 year old Avante Reynolds but didn't say speeding was a factor. Neighbors tell NBC 10 they beg to differ. Speeding all the time is never really enforced. 25 miles, drivers never enforced. They just They do what they want to do out here. The crash happened near the Cops Creek Parkway in Catherine Street. Police say two car struck Reynolds. The first driver fled the scene, but the second driver waited for police to arrive and they got it. Whoever hit her just need Attorney Self. Ernest Brown Reynolds. Uncle says her family wants justice. Yeah, she got a head on his shoulders. She'd never been in no trouble. She had family did lover Reynolds leaves behind a two month old son. Anyone with information should contact the police Charlotte Rescate Y w news radio. Six alarms get hundreds on the scene that's
"Night Welcome to kids Miss Mystery Cyber your host kit chrome today. I'm going to talk about how some Mistakes made it into text books and I'm going to start with the woolly mammoth arose about five point one million years ago in Africa according to the curator of the American Museum of Natural History in New York from Africa the mammoth migrated through Eurasia North America their evolution continued over millions of years eventually producing what we know now as the wooly mammoth beginning roughly two, hundred, fifty, thousand years ago. mammoths were extinct about ten thousand years ago. OOPS more like three, thousand, five, hundred years ago scientists now believe an isolated population of mammoth persisted on Wrangel Island off the northeastern coast of Siberia. And deep in Canada's Northwest Territories, World Heritage site in hunt, valley until about three thousand, seven, hundred years ago. Unfortunately, the ten thousand year mark of extinction is in most textbooks. But let's take a closer look at that date the prominent theory that made it into most textbooks. Encyclopedia's remember those was ten thousand years ago because it was believed for decades at the mammoth migrated from the African continent through. Eurasian North America, driven by the last ice age, they were following the food supply. If that's the case, then it makes sense that some moms ended up into Hani because it was never touched by. The last ice age and yes bone. So the mammoth have been found in that region but this isn't the first theory published in Texbook. As fact that there's some founded expend believed and yes, made it into text books that the continent of Antarctica has been covered by ice for millions of years again hoops the Perry reese map drawn in fifteen thirteen shows the northern coast of Arctic as ice-free. The most puzzling aspect of the map isn't how it managed to be. So accurate three hundred years before Antarctica was discovered but that the map shows the real Coche line under the ice geological evidence. has confirmed that the latest date and Artika could have been charted in an ice free ages. Four thousand BC officials sciences been saying all along the ice cap, which covers yet arctic is millions of years old the Perry reese at Arctic map shows, but the northern part of that continent has been mapped before the ice covered it. That could make us think it has been mapped a million years ago but that's impossible since mankind did not exist at that time further and more accurate studies have proven that the last period of ice free condition and already got ended about six thousand years ago. The question is who map Queen Maud land at Arctic six thousand years ago which unknown civilization, how the technology or the need to do that I wanNA touch on just one more scientific nestled in the ancient city of Komo. Polka Bolivia are stone blocks that were used to make up a series of Pyramids Wayne from two hundred to four hundred tons each block nothing unusual there the city dates back to five, thirty, six AD. Yet. The blocks are riddled with carved indentations and in the surrounding grasses were found. Staple shaped clamps that fit in place were used to hold the blocks together. How could the indigenous people? No knowledge of urgency have created these clamps and where did the metal they use come from? This isn't the only case of metal clamps being used to hold giants don't together in Cambodia's anchor watt giant sandstone blocks way nearly two tonnes were brought to the site of the temple from nearby mountain via series of waterways. Close inspection of stones that are scattered around the site have revealed carved indentation receptacles for metal clamps perhaps. How about an eerie coincidence just outside the magnificent ruins of anger what stands an ancient pyramid temple known as backseat clump core now from Cambodia. Travel over eight thousand miles to Guatemala in the ancient Mayan city of Tacoma all among the long forgotten structures at the call is the Temple of the Great Jaguar although the Cambodian pyramid is much smaller than the pyramid in Guatemala the similarities between the specific design features are uncanny both. These pyramids both these ancient structures have an unusually steep slope angle that didn't exist in many other pyramids or temples however, and perhaps most importantly they both feature a stepped formation. There's a massive stairwell going up the middle of both temples and there's a domed area located on the top of both once there you can see there's a small door that goes inside the pyramid on both and there's another internal structure that looks the same. Basically what you have here is an ancient civilization. Cambodia. Another one in Mesoamerica despite the fact that they are separated by more than nine thousand miles, they feature incredible similarities that no one not even science has been able to explain
Reese Witherspoon to Produce Country Music Competition for Apple
"Plus is developing a country music competition show with Reese Witherspoon as executive producer. Siri's will be called my kind of country. No word yet on a premiere date
The Impact of Voice Tech on Human Communication
"What do you think about? Do you have an opinion on the use of human voices with these devices and things like that. In general when you hear a device, should you know it's a device talking to you? Should it be differentiated from human voice are in your mind is the ideal for it to be indistinguishable from human I. think There's two elements I mean there's the the naturalness of the humanist of the voice, and then as knowing it wasn't a human who actually made the. Response. So I think having a human voice is beneficial and I understand the studies have shown that people respond better to human voices that more motive etcetera but I think people should know that they're not talking to a human. They're always talking to something that was designed by human. It still contains human bias. You know these questions not came from somewhere but I don't think people like to be tracked and at this stage in this kind of early stages talented. Build the trust in the TAC. I agree with that and there's no way when you're looking at that device on your countertop that you're like, oh my gosh, I thought there was a person in there there isn't like. To me, I think it's a very interesting question about. Because you can see that like Amazon gave their device a human name Alexa. Supposed to hearken back to the. It's got the hard x so it's easy for it to pick it up and it hearkens back to the library at Alexandria as I understand learn. A. personification and and what's interesting to You got like RTD to see three Po. Those characters would have a different feel to them if they were named Fred and George. Right because. I wonder about the act of naming something and embodying giving. An actual human voice I wonder and again, this is probably one of those things that I'll probably be revealed to be quite provincial. If that is not going to long-term corrosive to the notion of human rights in general. There's anybody thinks so yeah, just. Send a movement against the name Alexa in itself. There's obviously a movement against all these voices having female sounding voices, and now that people are generating these non binary voices. To give it the kind of sound of a robot, but still with those human element so it still sounds personable, but it doesn't necessarily sound like it's emulating. or account to the find real life someone childlike was submissive or any of these characteristics that you might not want to replicate in a robot. Right? You know when Alexa starts to say something and she ramble on something I just tell her to stop just like tell her shut up basically right do you think that affects human interactions more inclined to cut other people off if that just becomes the norm or do you not think that's really an issue. I reckon does to some extent especially, if you have kids who learned from an early age that cater to to have those kind of conversations, the more practice you get with these kinds of woods, the more likely you're going to let them slip into normal conversation with real humans. It does kind of reminded me a little bit of the Duval. Video Games caused people to be violent kind of question that we've been going. Around on and I tend to err on the side of no for that, you can tell the difference between fake onscreen violence and what real violence actually looks like. But when it comes to compensation given, our aim is to make these conversations as life as possible. I'm not sure whether the boundary there is as visible as is noticeable I would be hesitant and if I had kids and they were being extra retail voice assistant. Cut Out. Yeah. You know and it's interesting because we've had to claw early as a species to get to hiding this notion. Of Human Rights this that there are things you do not do to another person no matter what. Entertainment doesn't matter who they are, how bad they are, whatever you just don't do it because being a human nobles view and you wonder what happens if someday you build a device that looks basically ninety percent like a human and talks ninety percent like human and all the rest, and then one day when it's not working and you just throw it in the trash heap, and by Newin, is that corrosive to this very fragile thing we've made that there's something uniquely special about being human, right? You know. I was GONNA. Say I weighed by before she is read the heart of the machine is wonderful book talks about a motive machines, emotional machines, and after reading that book it was it was a good summary of all the different affective computing technologies that are out there at the moment and paint some examples of how they could be used and it did make me think at the end that if you do create these machines are more personable, more natural to interact with the number of fantastic use cases that you can. Use Machines fall well, really open up but at the same time, maybe make appreciate each other as humans because they won't be exact human they'll be nearly human and maybe it's in our interest to make them nearly human but not exactly human. You don't want to cross that threshold and I thought it might be similar to US discovering extraterrestrial life another planet that suddenly win alone sending we've got this other forced to contend with and we appreciate each other a little bit more because maybe that's naive you but that's why. Well I shouldn't familiar with wise and bomb and Eliza. Like the setup for this story is in the sixties, there was just fella named Weisbaum at early computer science guy and he made a chat Bot called Elisa and is a very simple chat bot because the computing power they had and you would say to allies on your touch about it. You would say I'm having a bad day in the program and say, why are you having a bad day and use having a bad day because of my mom is your mom making you had a bad day. And so on and Weissenbach bomb. Everybody knew it was a program but why isn't bomb saw? People pouring their heart out to it. And it disturbed him so much that he unplugged it and raced it said no because he said when Elisa says I understand. It's a lie because there's no. And there's nothing that understands anything and. oftentimes, the answers that they put in these systems. Where the devices purport to have preferences or things they like or don't like. I find it creepy and again, maybe that's just my I'm kind of Weissenbach. Of person there. There was this twilight zone episode back in the sixties where. Sky Stranded on some penal planet all by himself in solitary and they bring him a robot to keep him company, and then he gets a pardon because he turns out he didn't do it and they send to spaceship to get him picking up and they only have enough wait for him. You can't take his robot with him and so he says I'm not going I'm staying until I don't know that it's a great time to have those conversations because all of these are still open questions. I hope the technology develops in a thoughtful way and. You know not just like, Hey, we can make sound exactly like a person and give it a person's name and have it purport to have feelings let's do it because people want that
Philadelphia violence: 2 dead, others injured at Sunday gathering
"Saturday night in the city of Philadelphia. It ended up with 11 people being shot, two of them fatally, along with three other people being stabbed. Now. One of those shootings happened at a block port party in north Philadelphia, where police were responding to a large gathering. Hey, what abuse Charlotte Reese tells us that some of the people in that crowd fired back at the officers, but no officers were injured. At least five people were shot Saturday night, including a 16 16 year year old old police police commissioner, commissioner, Danielle Danielle Outlaw Outlaw says says the the oldest oldest victim victim is is 26. 26. There There were were about about 200 200 kids kids for for young young people people here here in in the the intersection intersection standing behind US Police are trying to figure out what exactly happened around 10th and Brown streets. That law says Around 11 30 officers heard a loud loud boom boom up up the the street street while while at at the the same same time time gunshots gunshots were were fired fired around around the the corner. corner. She She says. says. Cops Cops were were already already nearby. nearby. When When the the chaos chaos erupted. erupted. There There was was supposed supposed to to be be a gathering of some sort, which is why we had officers in the area, but we believe that this um this room Of young people were displaced from that event that didn't happen or did or did not happen. Anyone with information about the shooting should contact police Charlotte
NFL opt-out deadline set for Thursday
"NFL players were supposed to have a week after the amended CBS was finalized to just start on opting out of this season because of covert 19 concerns that would have taken them through the coming weekend, at least, But now they only have until Thursday afternoon. The league wanted. The deadline pushed off, reportedly because it thought some players were often out and taking these six figures, typing instead of running the risk of getting cut. There might have also been agents using the opt out in contract
7-Year-Old Boy Struck by Stray Bullet in Philadelphia Fighting for His Life
"Family spokesperson for Zim are. Jones confirms a seven year old boy caught in the crossfire of the shootout in west Philadelphia is now fighting for his life. Cable W. Charlotte Reese has the latest, A stray bullet struck a seven year old while he was playing on a porch Saturday evening. Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. Who represents West Philly thought of his own family when he heard the news. I have grandkids. That boy's age. And if you're not safe on your own ports, Where are you safe, police say the driver of a silver Silverado drove down the 200 block of Simpson Street around 7 30 started firing into a group standing outside. Two men returned gunfire, and that's when the boy was struck in the head Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says she's still learning about the city. This is a neighborhood that's been plagued by violence and has been feeling like they've been under siege for quite some time here. The driver of the Silverado is in custody. Police are looking for the other. Two shooters. Charlotte RISKY Y W News
Arrest made after boy, 7, shot in head in West Philadelphia, police say
"He was caught in the crossfire of a shootout West Philadelphia on Saturday night. Now one person is in custody. The Philadelphia police are still looking for two others. We give Mohr from KOW Charlotte Reese. One person is in custody after gunfire erupted between multiple people on the 200 block of Simpson Street Saturday evening. Police say at least 16 shots were fired. One sadly hit a seven year old boy playing on a porch a child who's one of the most vulnerable. Individuals in our community community and and our our population population playing playing innocently innocently with with a a toy. toy. You You know, know, it it takes takes a a lot lot out out of of you. you. Commissioner Commissioner Danielle Danielle Outlaw Outlaw says says the the boy boy was was struck struck in in the the head head and and rushed rushed to to the hospital outlaw recognize that parts of west Philadelphia are plagued with violence. I'm learning the different neighborhoods but learning history. Around different blocks in different parts of the city. At least two people were killed Saturday from gun violence in north Philadelphia, a man in his twenties and a 34 year old Charlotte, risque Y W News radio may want to think twice about walking in
How I Built Resilience: Sarah Harden and Lauren Neustadter of Hello Sunshine
"And today we're going to hear from to executives at. Sunshine CEO Sarah Hardin and Laura, new stadler head of TV and film. Hello Sunshine is a production company whose mission is to highlight. Lead films, TV shows and books. It was founded four years ago by actor Reese Witherspoon, and it's already a big name in. Hollywood.
2020 Emmy Noms & Reactions
"Daily pop. It's a very big moment in Hollywood this morning. The emmy nominations were chest revealed moments ago, and we will be celebrating with some of the nominees. Though surprise, guests are coming up, so you will not want to miss it. You guys, but we got to start off with the ladies up for lead actress in Drama Series Right? The category is Stack Jen Aniston. Sandra Oh's and those are just some of the big names who is going to take the win. What do you guys think? I just think Zendaya is GonNa take you was this show that everybody was talking about? It was unbelievable and not everybody got to watch the morning show with Jennifer Aniston because. Apple TV was not readily available so I think Zendaya is going to take this I was not paying the fourteen ninety nine. GD! There was so many submissions one hundred thirty five submissions. This year for this category lost those. So things I think women I'm kind of with you. Just although ozark for me has been one of my favorite shows forever and ever and. Laura Linney could take it out that. Could get in I. could not get into. It was like I. Really Try just I couldn't do it, but that's just me. All right we gotta talk about snubs and surprises, though big little lies when pretty much everything? Last time it was nominated. But this year came up short. No Best Actress nomination, no best limited series. I'M GONNA. Ask what you guys think about. These into getting snubbed a little bit. Should've been made, I thought. Was Okay, but they should've kept it at season one. They should have just wrote it out, but you know what Merrill got nominated. Laura Linney got nominated. She is Gucci ever. Reese Witherspoon as a producer of this show. This is a win for her, so she is as though she got snubbed. She is nominated because two of our actresses were. Absolutely. Strong enough season two. Why did you like season two as much Morgan I know you were saying earlier before the show? Why you're putting me on glass. Scott, I mean maybe I didn't want to hear that I just felt like. The first season was just too hard to top to be honest. It was so good everything was everything about it was so hook line and sinker. Everyone was invested as I just feel like. They wanted to ride out that high season two was okay, but you never want to have your second season just. Just be okay I just felt like even though Merrill we all bow down to Merrill. She can handle any role. I just felt like she wasn't going to save it. And although she got nominated, she gets nominated. It's just that's just what you do. She acts that well. She deserves it all the time. I just what Jessica said I. Don't think it should have been made I think we should have just. Episodes in the second series. I love the song. The second series is still a Mike Finish shoot and I'm never finished it, so I thought.
18-Year-Old Woman Fatally Stabbed In Domestic Incident At Abington SEPTA Station, Philadelphia
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Two dead in domestic homicide in Cheltenham near Philadelphia
"In Shelton Ham. Person of interest is in police custody as we hear from Cabo W's Charlotte Reese. Police focused most of their investigation inside the home where two people were shot and killed. It happened Saturday afternoon on Green Valley Road in Shelton Ham. A person of interest was taken into custody. Police believe the incidents stemmed from a domestic dispute. Craig Brown tells NBC 10 He was shocked to hear the news, he says they were always quiet and polite Neighbors on we just say hi, How you doing? What's going on? That's pretty much it. Brown, who lived in the neighborhood for more than 30 years, says it was odd to see a crime scene on his street that people have
"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 I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"But it was also. There's a reason people tell you not to put your own. Things! So there were times I didn't know how it's going to make payroll I. Didn't know how to create more revenue. I'm lucky to have business partners who came in and rewrote my business plan. So that I had a digital side of my business as well, but I refuse to do it the way that it had been done for hundreds of years in Hollywood. Where you know you, you're dedicated to one studio. They decide whether or not they're gonNa make your pictures well. That doesn't work for women. It just doesn't want or or people of color or people who represent any underrepresented group. Corporate mandates are prohibitive. And maybe even if they slipped shifts slightly, it's not enough to revolutionize. What is getting made and so? Important to me. That didn't go about things the same way that always been done in order to produce a different result because the Hollywood wasn't made. For there to be. This system of equal storytelling and representation, and would think about all the stories that have been lost. That is what? I! Could. reruns you see loads of great remakes that we just slap a woman. So it's fine I need new stories. I think about I mean I think. How much do I not know? Because of the the the gates in the barriers that have been up for so so long so if it looks like a bunch of women and people colored people who represent lgbtq characters on film are busting their ass, producing producing and producing. because. There's hundreds of years of deficit. Yeah. We're missing. We need to know more one thing I love. Is that in recognizing that you? Yourself were so limited new roles as a young, straight, slim, beautiful white woman that things must have been so much harder for those more marginalized, and that's what has galvanized you to create not only roles for yourself, but the women and for people from all other walks of life. I'm grateful. Fuel sense of self awareness, because not everyone. Has that a little bit? I well thank you for saying that. But I benefit from hearing life perspectives, and we all do and I don't want a world in which I only hear stories about people who look like me. That just isn't mind expanding. It's not curious enough, and it's not good enough to journey been like in kind of becoming a more and more informed person in particular post. Time's up. I imagine. I wonder because I think you know we're in this moment of such It's such delicacy and and people are told off for not knowing all of the answers, and not having all of the correct updated information as to how to speak about binary how to speak about race tensions and and disability, and all these different things LGBTQ issues. What has your journey been like in expanding your horizons and your experience? Has it been a steep learning curve? Do you make mistakes you someone who's? Do you. Tend to educate yourself. It's reading. I read a lot, but I also ask friends and I ask for people's patience with me as I try to figure it out, and I would rather make a mistake. Never try same and I think. I try to be very thoughtful, thoughtful and cautious with my words, because words can be painful and powerful I try to process before I say anything. I am a twenty four hour processor. So I really think about things. I think about how they're received more than how they make me feel. So I think it's just that combination of having really wonderful friends who? And I don't expect them to be the no all of everything you, you know, but who take time to just say. I mean collaborating with Carrie Washington little viruses, the greatest example because we were tackling thing, topics of class race, sexuality and By the way you portrayal I've. Just finished episode. Five I'm loving. Dying happens next, but I I think display of. Hilarious sort of clumsy and lots of devastating white fragility is really is really really well executed. It's done in such a nuanced way where you can see that not only does your character not have a militias intention with her clumsiness or with your children's clumsiness? But also there's a sense of thinking you imparted me if I got this wrong, but feeling like your quite evolved like that feeling of I don't see color and all those living dangerous statements and accusing someone of bringing race in something when they have rightfully pointed out different in prison age, I think. I think you've got it. God. I like the fact that you're able to show the know. This is the struggle that people are having currently. They are struggling with owning up to their own white privilege, owning up to their I think maybe that comes partially from fear of a acknowledging that they may have had a leg up and people not understanding, but a that sometimes privileged can just be an absence of discrimination. Sometimes privileged can be just a simple as that. And rights, what would or or you know I've I've had people say to me well on not a rich white? Yes. Exactly. But I, but what they're not acknowledging is hundred hundreds and thousands of years of freedom, yeah or lack of oppression. Opportunity, Yep but there's these conversations are super nuanced, and I think you have to have them with sentient people. I think you have to have them with empathetic. People Act to empathy. But they are a necessity like I'm not interested in having a media company that doesn't. Acknowledge what's really going on in this world and what's really happening if you are a thoughtful person? Is. Unconscionable, what's happening in so many ways revolving race and class and Disparity Nation harassment. I. I'm just a person that holds that. Place, in my life for people that I just I deeply these things and I do what I can, which is l. stories and create opportunity. Give I give the microphone or other people so hopefully you know that is. That's my way of saying. I'm here to listen and talk, so I was GonNa say what is your advice for people out there who privileged, either because they are able bodied, or because they are wealthy, or because they are just simply wight, or says or straight who feel afraid to venture into learning sometimes when you try, and you get it wrong, you're punished more so than the people who don't try We'll be you advice to those people in entering this journey of progress and understanding. I think about Brennan Brown a lot in the vulnerability. Talk that she gives or about daring greatly. Isn't it better to try than.
"reese" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Mainstream pop culture are able to achieve aesthetic I mean even muscles for a while. We're considered bad and wrong for women's body. We supposed to just be waifish and I feel like. Like it it's the fucking sample sizes that are the crux of the biggest demand for people to still worry so much about maintaining the same size. It's not normal for so many different women have so many different ages so many different heights and racial backgrounds to all have to exist within the same set size. That doesn't make sense. I'm I'm south. Asia I have bigger hips than other people. Naturally that is just might those of my bones, and I carry weight differently to two different people from different races, and it's these sample sizes that we have to get into in order to promote our work or walk onto the red carpet that makes women. Have to starve themselves in order to be able to wear the nice clothes, and if you don't wear nice clothes, you don't get the good critique, and then you don't get into the magazine. It's like a whole loop of Shit. It's a whole systems on top of systems. And I agree I think when powerful things. was when all the women decided to wear black gloves. Because the conversations we had around mad and. Hundreds of women during that time. About how? They feel in those moments when people ask them about what they're wearing about the work that they do because the dresses beautiful wonderful, and it's a celebration of artistry, but it's not. It's not I didn't create that drafts. I created a performance I created opportunities for women to star in emotion. Picture. That's about. Women's connection to nature were. That's what I'm there to talk about. And I feel like there was a great not only was there a solidarity and finally conversation around some of these systems that have just we were told. That's just what it is. That's the system and I have to say Meryl Streep this year we read an award showed starting me. I've had this dress for twenty five years I'm not getting new dresses. It's gorgeous it works. I love it. We're going to talk about it more in just a second. Whether you're working from home working on your fitness, you what you're listening to to be what you're listening to know where your roommates or neighbors playing, so check out the wireless ear buds from con. RECON RAYCATENA BUD stocked about half the price of other premium wireless brands, and they sound just as amazing. If not more so their newest model, the everyday eat twenty-five air buds, the best ones yet with six hours of playtime, seamless Bluetooth, pairing more base in a more compact design that gives. 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This season were ditching our bras with today's Agapito boobs you during the Mason goes on of. You Hanging Literally hanging. Lifting heavy shit with Olympic weightlifter Mattie. Rogers I had one boyfriend in highschool who I think was like right. When I started cross fit, he was like you need to kind of pick like either you can keep doing this, or you can be with me, and I was like. What are you talking about like? Of course? I WANNA get jacket. And getting some life advice from unladylike hall of Famer Tori Amos. The battles were raging with the boys club especially. If you were doing something that they didn't understand, they would just say Tara. You're GonNa Destroy Your career and I'm like well if I can't wake up and look at myself in the morning, fears self respect, right. You don't WanNa Miss. This season subscribed to unladylike in Stitcher, apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Talk to me about your decision, stop waiting around I. Know this began with a shitty script that you thought was beneath you and then you found out that modes of other actresses up for that same role. Yeah I read this terrible, terrible misogynistic script where this kind of buffoonish man had multiple women throwing themselves at him, and they were boob jokes, and things and I thought this is such garbage. I, said I'm not doing this. Who would do this? And she said every actress in Hollywood wants this part is as to heart I. Wonder if it's the same, it probably isn't the same role, but I went through a similar thing where I kinda stopped positioning a couple of years ago after for a while after I read the script by I'm not gonNA. Say His name, but it's a very very famous actor who, at very very very famous actor who has written his own script, and the lines were so offensive that I was speechless, rendered speechless after reading them I think to the some of the lines were. I want you to cover me and your man milk was one of the lines that my character was supposed to say to him, and at one point I was supposed to be in a shower washing myself and two men walk in while I'm showering, and this isn't a porno. This is a mainstream film. That maybe has been made now. Out The active. She's supposed to want to continue showering fund feminist they like. Do you mind if I finish showering really dotty day? And then she says to them that she wants both of she wants to feel both of the I'm sorry to say this. You Reese Witherspoon. She seems so. But both of your Cox to slow together and side my mouth, I want to feel the hawks slapping together inside my mouth, which which begs the question. How big is my mouth? How Small Cox if there's room to slap to get? Well I mean. This was the kind of things I was reading post times up. This is twenty-seven. You paint a picture. By the way host times. because. Let's just be clear. Nobody waved him and there was gender equality in our business. See. People started talking. Yes, I. Read that script you you went, and you spoke to your lovely ally of a husband, and he told you encouraged you to find your own your own work to create your own roles. Is that correct? Yeah, he's psyche. Read so many buck. sponges are buying them and turning them into movies and I was like. All right and then I started having I two I made were wild and gone girl both based on amazing books, and it started from there, and then it just became look I've had so many ups and downs with my producing career. That's I believe in producing for ten years now bet. We've only seen ups on the outside. It looks like you adjust just. There's some rounds. Because I decided to sell fun my company. Look, I? Had the means to self fund a company which is extraordinary,.
"reese" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Oh. Reese Witherspoon hello tie so I. I'm so thrilled to have you on this because I. I've looked up to you forever. I've been such a big fan of you, not only as an actor, but now as a business woman as an advocate, you are an academy award winning actress. Time Magazine's most influential People Wanna Forbes's most influential women, you a super producer, a hugely successful entrepreneur and activist Andrew Nice. How dare you? You make me sound so good, also good. Thank you for being really means the fucking world. I'm happy to be here. I have so much respect for the for all the good you put in the world, and all that positive messaging and I've been a fan of yours for so long and I reached out to you behind the scenes, but I'm glad that we're kind of getting to connection and share what we love about each other. Yeah I I couldn't agree more so I. Want to talk to you about so much had such a long career you started in this business as a child man on the moon was when you were fourteen. Fourteen. I loved that movie by the way I think about a hundred times I was a kid. You are decades deep into this mad industry, including the birth and reign of the tabloid craze, and well researching you I found hundreds videos of Paparrazzi filming and stalking you and media obsession with your private life in a way. That doesn't quite exist now. Maybe because is it because we maybe celebrities spill their own t on their INSTAGRAM's, so we've kind of put those people around business a little bit. That's definitely one of the first reasons I got on social media to control you know the way that people were perceiving made, because it just wasn't accurate so controlling the conversation between myself and people who are fans, and then it became about this wonderful community and relationship that I have with people who are pretty like-minded. So, that's kind of evolved, but yeah I. Definitely, it was a reaction to being spoken about in a way that wasn't true. Think that's the same for everyone. In particular women, because so much gossip and speculation exists around all of us who are in any kind of power, and so I it's great that people are now been. People have now been able to kind of put a lot of the Patty of the stalking Paparrazzi out of business I mean people are even posting. Their underwear shorts needs to get the pictures up skirt anymore. Because everyone's posing records is fantastic. Base there's actually so much Paparazzi at this moment. Outside my house. My friend's house live my neighborhood and. It's been and it's hard to go outside you know I it's hard to walk with your dog and not have your kids be my kid. His mass being photographed. You know yeah so skills. Kind of grow photographed at the supermarket a couple of weeks ago and I think they were. They were hoping to catch me buying ten thousand toilet rolls, and all of the clorox rights and all of the food, so no one else could buy it, but I was just buying a pizza like fucking student. I agree I agree should have loads of dildos nice talking. For the next. Era One. That is that is my plan now from now and I'm going to I'm going to exclusively go dildo shopping for the duration of. It's a great strategy. Thank you. That's great, you just. So the question I wanna ask you having gone back and read through all of that and seen the kind of career you had in the party played, and who you've acted opposite. How in the fucking Hell have you stayed sane? Never mind having become one of the examples of like sturdy focus and drive and power and community. How have you done this? well I've definitely had a lot of not saying moments. I've had a lot of crying on the kitchen floor. And my kids, putting their stuffed animals on top of me going. It's me okay, mom. I'm just human. I mean I think I've always really connected to people. I just love audiences I grew up in. A grew up in Nashville. Tennessee just super normal childhood I had really great grandparents who raised me? My parents worked really hard. And really loving mother. Who just never let me get above my station or feel like? You know who was always about family and giving back, and my grandparents were just really incredible people who were always involved in the community, always church, always giving back, so I, learned a lot from them and I'm. Always just had a this idea that like were all just same of each other. We just solid trying to find what are special skills are my special skills storytelling, but doesn't make me a special person. You know talent doesn't make you a good person. Doesn't. Know. You and I probably. The same people and talent does not make them nice people. But it is a pretty big value system in my family was. Are you a person? Did you utilize therapy or support groups over the course of having such a public and such a public and and successful, such a almost relentlessly successful career. Oh, yes, I've had so much therapy, which has been really great. How when did you stop? In therapy. If Teen Fifteen or sixteen. You fifteen when you started. Fifteen or six I think I was sixteen. When I started at therapy I. I definitely having society I had mining's manifestos depression, so I always get really depressed and. Sick my brain is like a hamster on a wheel, and it won't come off and I've been managing at my entire life. You know. My grandma struggled from the same stuff. And it's so. I would see her struggle, and that stigma around it really a debilitated her, and she was punished within her community, and within her could definitely. Now her job she had to. She was fired. From because she struggled a lot with anxiety and depression so. I feel really fortunate that I am able to get help that at times that I've needed I've been able to take medicine. And Yeah I mean it's just is something. I learned coping mechanisms around my entire life. I'm so relieved that we're now in a period where we can talk about this stuff open and we can tell people about medication I've recently stopped medication for anxiety, and it's so great to no longer feel affair or stigma when I'm telling other people that sometimes I.
"reese" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"My hair are not I'm just covered in a film of dirt and. It's sad. It's a sad realization when you're in your thirties, and it's only then that you learn everything you ever said about wanting to dress happened and be clean and look good was in yourself now for other people what bullshit. It was all the guys and I didn't know that until now because I have left myself as the unpolished heard, but I do I do. Do, think that I'm managing to start to fathom how long this is going to go on now and I'm just trying to find whatever a piece I can with this and and recognize that we have no control, and it's Ok to relinquish that control and try to step away from the news and try and step away from people who make you feel anxious and just. Try to use this moment as as a pause for self reflection and I don't mean that in some of Wu. Bullshit annoying way I mean. Some people are going to be working on their fucking. APPS, and that's fine. That's their choice, but some people like myself for example are still in need of this pause where I'm not able to be distracted by life and stress, and and I'm not able to escape by hanging out with my friends, and going out to pubs and bars and restaurants I'm stuck inside my own brain, and it's allowing me a moment for you know these painful feelings to surface, and rather than push them away, which I often done before, because I've been busy. I now have a moment to. As. Unsettling as it can be at times, just investigate those feelings and figure out what it is, the I need and could need to, and could do differently, and so I wonder if that's something that you're also doing and I hope that this podcast continues to be a part of that journey. Where are the you learn things about other people things about your cells and some people who don't know Waht. This podcast is four and why it's called Iway and why I dared to ask a bunch of Hollywood actors. What they way at the end of this podcast? I started a movement two years ago by accident cooled I weigh because I was sick of seeing pictures of women with numbers written across their bodies and those numbers. Whenever how many awards they'd one how much money that and it was always just what they way these are some of the most successful and well decorated women in the entire history of entertainment, always still just reduced down to simply how little space they took up in this world. and to find myself in two thousand, eighteen, still seeing women measured, and and poked and prodded, and and objectified in this way made me furious, so I one day tweeted out all I weigh my relationship. My contributions to society my activism, my my financial independence, my friends, my eating disorder, that I've overcome just a bunch of different things that made me who I am. Today I way the sum of all of my motherfucking part and it went viral and has continued to go viral for the last two years where now we have, a million follows on on Instagram, and and it's turned into a new way of thinking about our bodies as vessels. Vessels that just harness our minds and our lives and our experiences, because that's who we are, so that's why I say it, and that's why this is what we call the podcast. This isn't specifically. focused about body image. It's about shame and mental health, and just generally how we heal our insights anyway. I am so excited to bring you. Today's guest It is the incomparable reese witherspoon. She's been here of mine for decades now, not just as an actor, but also as a producer storyteller, an advocate and someone who takes absolutely no shit on any red carpet. Whatsoever she's always broken all of the rules and such a game changer and She radio radio radio walks the walk and is willing to go there and be vulnerable with people. I really didn't know what to expect from today's interview, because she's just so fucking famous, but she came and just bad her soul, and told me so much about her emotional journey, not only through this industry, but through life as a mother, and just as a woman surrounded by. By so much patriarchy misogyny. She talked to me about her mental health and and medication, and and also what it's like to have to actually break those glossy links what that feels like how exhausting, but worth while it can be this kind of nowhere that we didn't go today and I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I, did she sought fucking legend so? Today's guest is Reese Witherspoon..
"reese" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"And Reese your old partner Michael B. is going to be the first to join this coming up at two thirty for your fortieth birthday he arranged a birthday greeting for you from Kobe Bryant yeah yeah I I've been accused bar close loved ones and friends of been obsessed with the guy at one point in my life and you know me Michael B. certainly been close to me knows how much of a fan I was of him of Colby into for him to be able to do that I'll let him be able to explain how he was able to do it because it's hard to to to to Pierce that inner circle of Kobe Bryant and get anything like you got you got all of that out yeah you got to go to a lot of layers to get in there and I was never more surprised at receiving that birthday gift are the best one I've ever received in my life and had explained that to the wife that yes that that may have been the best gift I've ever received no offense honey yeah no offense issue understand listen she's had to put up with that Kobe love for decades eight eight eight seven two nine ninety four ninety four so I have not started off we have a former high school coach Howard's gonna join us a little bit later on some some former teammates some former NBA where's that played against them all that's coming up today on the marks and re show and you and you yeah I mean this is really is this is this is therapy it really is this is this is going to be I I'm so like I needed to get the choking up portion out early because it's going to come back again but I'm sure a few of my over the last twenty plus yeah it's it's it's yeah it's been a rough day today kind of just you realize that it's real and everything else Marcin Riesel ninety four W. P. we start with your phone calls coming up next don't go anywhere you.
"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.
"reese" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is my guest Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix from the movie. Walk the line as June Carter and Johnny Cash I think sound great great on that. Thanks worked really hard on it. uh-huh uh-huh what was it like for you when the I guess the person at the acting and music camp told you like like Oh you give up on singing like you're good at acting but give up on the singing part it's EPA. It's hard to hear criticism but when somebody says like don't even bother that must really hard to overcome. You have to be tough to do that. Yeah well actors or tough. Are we hear more nos than yeses a lot. You know so. The early parts of my career career were about weathering rejection cry sometimes. Do you still love acting. I love it. It's my number one passion. Thank you for asking me that because sometimes people You know I talk a lot about producing an book club at I every day. I'm onset feels like such an enormous privilege alleged to be a storyteller in this world and I started as a little girl storyteller and I will be a storyteller till the day I die I just I love it. It's my favorite the thing to do at dinner parties too. So invite me over. Terry well you act at dinner. Oh I love to tell stories. Oh No I'm not act. Well am I acting I. I don't know I just love spinning story. It's really it's what I was born to do. I love it great okay. It's been such a pleasure to talk with you. Thank you so much. Good luck with the morning show with all your many projects. Thank you so much. For having me reese. Witherspoon is an executive producer and star of the a new series the morning show on Apple's new streaming service apple. TV plus over the past two a years. The rapper known as the baby has become one of the most popular artists in hip hop known for his highest speed. Wrapping and Wide Grin. Debate has become a frequent guest on other rap star songs. His own videos have parodied the exaggerated machismo of other male rappers. His new album his second in two thousand nineteen is it's called Kirk rock critic. Ken Tucker has the review stood up for the job. I go out to eat with my kids. My mom you know. I ain't no cowardice. Hurry leave it you see. I came out with me taking they hold these pants. Not New phone uh-huh let's go few rappers in two thousand nineteen have been as entertaining to listen to as the baby. WHO's new album? Kirk is one of the year's best hip hop collections born Jonathan Kirk to babies from Charlotte North Carolina at the age of twenty seven. He's prolific Kirk is actually his second album this year. The the first released in April and called baby baby yielded this big hit. Single called should a little ditty that bounces with energy as the baby raps about his success as a business man.
"reese" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is my guest Reese Witherspoon and Joaquin Phoenix from the movie. Walk the line as June Carter and Johnny Cash I think you sound great on that Thanks you worked really hard on it. uh-huh uh-huh what was it like for you when the I guess the person at the acting and Music Camp told you like Oh oh you give up on singing like you're good at active. Give up on the singing part. It's hard it's hard to hear criticism but when somebody says like don't even bother that must really be Over come you had to be tough to do that. Yeah well actors are tough. I mean we hear a low. Are we hear more nos than yeses a lot. You know so the early parts of my career. Where are about weathering rejection? I would cry sometimes. I felt really bombed when I didn't get parts But when I did I just just gave it my all and I you know I was so dedicated. I remember June Carter. I just watched hours and hours of videotape on her. It was really a full immersion. It was my poor children adhere maecenas songs over and over again Let me reintroduce you if you're just joining us. My guest is Reese Witherspoon and she stars in in an executive producers along with Jennifer Aniston the new apple TV plus series the morning show. We're GONNA take a short break and then we'll be right back and talk Samore. This is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message come from Google Fai a phone plan by Google switched to Google Fi and get data abroad for no. Oh extra charges so you never have to worry about calling up your provider to let them know you'll be traveling. Google fi is made with features that people actually want like three networks included in one one. which lets you tap into multiple networks for the best signal nearby learn more at fireeye dot Google Dot com this message comes from? NPR sponsor capital one with if the capital one walmart rewards card. You can earn five percent back at Walmart on line two percent at Walmart in store restaurants and travel and one percent everywhere else when you want all that you need the capital one Walmart rewards card. What's in your wallet? Terms and exclusions apply capital. One and my guest is reese witherspoon. And she's now starring starring an executive producing the new apple TV plus series. The morning show which is about people in morning television. A movie. That really changed. Your life was legally blonde. Yes and You know in legally blonde you play. You know somebody. He's very popular head of her Sorority College. A four point. Oh grade point average and fashion merchandising. But your boyfriend goes to Harvard law school and you don't want him to leave you so you want to follow him to Harvard. So you apply to law school and you get in why it's hard and then a professor professor who who chooses some students to mentor chooses you of one as one of the students and There's a court case that he's defending a client in your intuition comes up with something thing that shows that a leading witness against his client is lying and so the lawyer calls you into his office afterwards to talk talk with you and it's meant to be very encouraging but as we can here it's a very as we say nowadays quid pro quo. Yeah it's sexual harassment. Yep Yeah here's the scene right. You followed your intuition today and you were right on target. I should've listened. Thank you about the alibi. I'm sorry I'm impressed that you took the initiative to go there and get it. That's what makes a good lawyer and on top of that you gained the client's trust and kept it. That's what makes a great lawyer Smart L. Smarter Than Most of the guys on my payroll. Wow I think it's time to discuss your your career path. Have you thought about where you might be summer associate. I'm not really. I know it's very competitive. Well you you know what competitions really about you it's about ferocity carnage balancing human intelligence with animal diligence. Knowing exactly what you want and how far you're going to get and how far will immutable girl. So everything you just said. I'm a man who knows what he wants. And I'm a law student who just realized your professors answers pathetic man. I thought you were a law student. Wanted to be a lawyer. It's my guest reese witherspoon. They're spoon with Victor Garber in a scene from legally blonde. How does that sexual harassment seen sound now to you Other than the twinkly music. They're pretty accurate A lot of young women are targeted. And I think it was important that we had that in there because it is a woman who is Really Judge for the way she looks not taken seriously And it was really important important to me that everywhere she turns the world doesn't take her seriously and really doesn't believe in her her and neither does my audience at first because we're now setup to think think that she's just this right shall confection really function and then it has this sort of substance underneath it of you. You know this great idea that that everyone has that feels like am I good enough. Does anybody believe I'm good enough. And maybe I have to believe in myself and again and it was really important to us that we end this movie where L. Standing on her own two feet and has created her own Her own ascendancy. Do you still love acting. I love it. It's my number one passion. Thank you for asking me that because sometimes is people You know I talk a lot about producing and a book club at I. Every day onset feels like such an enormous privilege to be storyteller in this world and started as a little girl storyteller and I will be a storyteller till the day I die I just I love it. It's my favorite thing to do. The dinner parties too. So invite me over Terry. ACT AT dinner. No I love to tell stories. Oh Oh no I'm not act. Well am I acting. I don't know I. I just love spinning a story. That's really what I was born to do. I love it great okay. It's been such a pleasure to talk with you thank you. There's so much good luck with the morning show with all your many projects. Thank you so much for having me reese. Witherspoon is an executive producer and star of the new series as the morning. Show on Apple's new streaming service apple. TV plus sons up little after twelve. The full mask the workforce someone else.
"reese" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Are so deeply connected to nature yet. It's not something we've explored We've seen every iteration of a man versus bear versus the wild west on hiking adventures and But I haven't seen a lot of a woman alone on film as well. And what is that singular journey for a woman to find herself alone and and in the wilderness. And she she takes that hike because and this is based on a memoir. She takes that height because her mother died. She's grieving and she's been numbing herself herself with heroin and also by having a lot of sex with men who are not her husband therefore her marriage breaks up and I wanNA play a scene more Your character is talking to a therapist and the therapist is trying to help her face with the real problem is and she's resisting resisting it. The therapist is played by Randy Shulman And as this clip starts your character's talking about how how much he misses her mother her late mother. She was eleven something else to say about it. I thought there'd be couches in Kleenex. That's fifty bucks an hour therapy ten bucks an hour therapy so so why do you think you were destroyed by her mother's death. Is that your job to tell the bereaved that they're grieving too. Much people grieve all sorts of different ways. I'm asking knew about yours as mine. So bad through using heroin and you're having sex with anyone who has. I'm not sure that these things are making you happy. Well that's clean wrong because when I'm doing them I feel good and happy and when I'm not I feel like I wanna die with her husband to know I'm sort of like a guy about sex is preferred to be detached. You think that's what guys are like you are here here. I see that poster everywhere and I hate it. Why would you ever want to teach a child? They don't matter you feel as though you met her. I know I mattered. So who detached from you. You're not talking. That's the wrist witherspoon in a scene from wild. You know you said you want to make a movie where it was woman in nature or woman Against snitch woman alone in nature. The kind of film. You don't typically see with a woman as the lead I mean. Can you imagine taking thousand mile hike to help you get sober and get your head straight no no I. Can't I hike for a couple of hours exhausted. I around the block. Doc I mean but that's why Cheryl story is so singular and so moving so she went from Feeling feeling so broken and self consumed to feeling like she was able to save her own life. And what I really love about the movie is that you get to the end. And she walks walks across the bridge and she ends her hike with his beautiful monologue that she's by herself in the world. She has no partner she. She has no money she has no job The love of her life. Her mother is gone but she's happy she's really happy and I think that's so profound profound and I had such a interesting experience working on the show where I had. I'm so verbal. I talk so much in movies that I didn't have anything to say I didn't have. I couldn't rely on my old tricks in that movie Sure telling jokes and ad-libbing. Nobody talked to was just walking was really a challenge. wjr Let me reintroduce you if you're just joining us my guest is reese witherspoon. And she's now starring in and executive producing the new series. The morning show. We're going to take a short break and then we'll be right back. This is fresh air this message come from. NPR SPONSOR BURLINGTON stores. Many people go without a winter coat to keep them warm. But BURLINGTON wants to change that with Burlington's annual coat drive hosted in partnership with delivering good now through January twentieth. BURLINGTON is accepting accepting donations of gently worn coats at any of their stores. Nationwide as a thank you. Shoppers can receive ten percent off their entire BURLINGTON purchase. Find a store stored near you at Burlington. Dot Com Burlington. Style is giving back. You Start Your weekdays with I now can start your weekends with us too. I'm Scott Simon and I'm Lulu Garcia. Navarro stay caught up with. NPR news six days a week up first. NPR's morning news. podcast weekdays at six eastern and and now with weekend hours two Saturdays at eight eastern. My guest is Reese Witherspoon and she's now executive producing and starring in with Jennifer Aniston and the news series the morning show which is about anchors on morning television. So you want an Oscar for playing June Carter. June Carter cash cash in the two thousand and two thousand five film walk the line she is country. Music royalty issues viewers from the the the Carter family the most famous family and country country music and she married Johnny Cash As are you had sing In that role had you sung professionally before Well well when I was a little girl I wanted to be a country music singer so I trained for probably five six years with vocal coaches. I grew up in Nashville Tennessee so I grew up with a lot of country music singers and their kids and it was just immersed again so you grew up with country music not on the radio but in real life no in real life. If Ya out you know well like many pearls daughter went to my school and Emmylou Harris is amy grant went to my high school well and Yeah and actually knew Johnny Cash's granddaughter And when I was really little But that was just it was just part of you know Nashville was just normal. We we all kind of were immersed in the culture sure of Country Music So what did you sing. What did I say when I was little? Oh well I wanted to be just like Dolly Parton. When I was little I went to write? I wanted to sing my own Songs and I took piano lessons. I took singing lessons. And then when I was about thirteen I went and started studying Broadway at Kamson New York In upstate New York and they would have all these experts. Come in and one of the experts said. They hadn't acting expert a dance expert and singing expert and an singing coach coach. Said you really should not put a lot of energy into your girl and so I got intimidated and they said but no. But you're acting as great and you should should really pursue that. So that's when I kinda tacked left when I was thirteen and started just working on acting and concentrating and So when this opportunity came up to June Carter Order I was terrified and I'd been told I wasn't any good so I worked for five months with a coach. Roger Love and with the producer t-bone Burnett got to cut the tracks before we ever walked on sat. We recorded all the music so that we could blend tracks live tracks and recorded tracks together but then we had to actually go and shoot the movie and I had to sing in front of audiences of hundreds of people with Joaquin Phoenix on stage age with a band and it was I was terrifying terrifying but thrilling. So I WANNA play you. Singing a duet with Joaquin Phoenix run from from. This is the song time wasting and just to set it up a little bit in in the story. You and your first husband have broken up up and you and Johnny cash have been kind of drawn to each other and he calls you out on stage when you're both performing separate you've when you've been performing separately but he calls you out on stage and and kind of makes you sing a duet with him and the duet he makes you sing. Is a song that you had recorded with your husband and you do not WanNa sing that song with Johnny Cash. But as we'll hear he kind of forces you to do it in. Here's what it sounds like and Dan happy. I don't mind my bare feet. So what are we gonNA saying. Johnny you got me out here. Is that where your plan hours. I always liked that song years tons of waste in the suit up back big river the big river energy wet. Let's tons of waste. It's inappropriate for today with my ex husband.
"reese" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I started. I decided to sell fund the company and Started in a little office that my friend let me rent from her and start with two people and that's our first. Two projects were gone girl and wild and we read the Muslim galleys and got the rights to both of them and got got the made which was incredible So that's SORTA started the ball rolling and that made me feel like Oh my God and also got some we. We got an Oscar. Nominations for Laura dern and Rosamund Pike that year and I thought well this isn't just about mean trying to create parts for myself. I WANNA I WANNA create better parts for women I want to have more Female Authors get their stories. Told I know what to do. I know every producer in Hollywood. Yeah I know I know how to get a movie from from book to script to screen and I know how to market so And just betting adding on myself. I guess you know taking the risk and betting on myself my guest is reese witherspoon after a break. We'll talk about big little lies legally blonde and her Oscar winning winning performance as June Carter in the Johnny cash. Biopic walk the line. We'll also hear her sing. I'm Terry Gross. And this is fresh air support for this podcast asked and the following message come from state farm. Who's agents know that your car and home are more than just big purchases? Their big part of your life. You put the time into making them your own. So now it's time to protect them with your own personal state farm agent. Not only do they truly get you. But they'll be there for you when you need them and with over nineteen thousand agents neighborhoods across the US. There could be one just around the corner more state farm DOT COM or one eight hundred state farm state farm here to help life go right. Let's get back to my interview with Reese Witherspoon. She's an executive producer and star of the new series the morning show oh which is on the new streaming service apple. TV plus. Let's hear a scene from big little lies and I don't WanNa get too deep into the plot to to play a clip so we're gonNA play something from the first episode of the second season And the story of big little lies is basically it's about abusive relationships. Friendships friendships between women conflicts between those friends marriage parenthood and also the willingness of these women to come together to cover up an accidental murder. So here's the scene. You play the bump mother of a teenage girl. WHO's about to go to college and the two of you have just had a meeting with a college counselor in which your daughter Abigail stormed out of the meeting insisting I don't even want to go to college and Europol that your daughter doesn't want to go to college so in this seen after you've gotten home you go into her bedroom to talk about? What happened Ed College Counselors Office? So was that all about it. Just don't think colleges for everyone that's all okay. So why is it not for you starting with the cost. It's really expensive so I'm assuming that if you're going to abandon that plan to go to college you have another idea. What is it to work for a start? Up specifically one The builds for profit housing for the homeless. Excuse me and unlike you know the privatized Shams like banks and credit card companies knees ours will make money well actually helping people. This is something real. I've been offered a position to start in June. You cannot be serious. I'm going to take you. You cannot mortgage your future over some sort of short term plan. I'm not doing that will the what are you doing. There are four million homeless people in America the average age being nine years old and I don't I don't care about homeless people what that is not what I I meant. I do care about homeless people. I just think you can give money to some charity while you actually attend college. I'm not going to college. Yes you are only one. You are going to college because I said so. And because you're not thinking because you said yes because I said you didn't go to college edge. That's exactly why you're going exactly because you will have no life you can hear so much disatisfaction in your characters sense of her own life in in that scene. That's a great scene Yeah Yeah we really talked about a lot but I think also Dealing with regret of this this this character Madeleine has a lot of regret of things that she did when she was young and she can't go back and she can't change them but one of them is you know. Her economic stability Her financial education her reliance on her marriage To Take care of her life Things that you know. I have a lot of friends that are dealing with. You know they. They contemplate the next chapter of their lives. They think well sure you give him my quarter corporate career or should I be in a different place. it was really fun to have these conversations to and Nicole Kidman and Laura dern now he added Meryl Streep this year to the cast which is incredible. Did you add her she at herself. Well the part out there was a part written for Nicole's mother in law and it was written with her in mind and it was sent to her and she had reached out to Nicole myself to say how much she loved to season and one of the series and And Yeah so we just we. We took a swing and it and it worked I. I'll never forget the day. Hey that she called Nicole and I said okay. Well I guess I'll help you out and be on your show and we were so happy it should There's a scene. It's the first scene where you meet her. And she is really condescending to you and you're just looking at her like in in shock like how can you even say that you me and must be so much fun to be condescended to like that by in a row by Meryl Streep to do scene work with this incredibly intelligent creative woman you have to know that as as was written on the page she. It didn't the character wasn't like that it. It was very wealthy but there wasn't a lot of description of character but she came in with this very particular look and she had a cross around her neck and she had these a little flat shoes on and her scarf tied just so and it it took me aback because I it was not what I expected. It was not what what was on the page and I knew from Scene One day one that I had better be on my toes I remember the first scene I when I get nervous. I sort of start talking. Sometimes I ad Lib and she just came right back at me with these very specific ad libs about the area that her character ter- lived in and why she didn't WanNa live next to a highway and I was like. Oh my goodness this is a mind. On fire. With creativity and intelligence elegance it was really just sublime experience working with her. You know one of the things you've talked about is how characters in the novel and people who you know in real life life. I've had to deal with turning points in our allies where they have to decide am at the age where I should try something new and if I try something new what is it. You went through a version of that before you decided to become a producer and take matters into your own hands in terms of finding rules and creating roles And you know you've spoken about. How in in your mid thirties like there's just like no good roles for women what was available in those few worlds? What were you being offered A? What were you trying to fight for I? I think it's interesting. People always say after you win the Oscar. Did your whole career change it. Doesn't you look around. They weren't suddenly there wasn't suddenly this. He influx of scripts. That are incredibly. They're not a secret safe. They're keeping the great scripts in you know and they unlock it when you win awards I was lucky to do a couple of great movies in my thirties. But not a lot. And it's wild was a big deal for me because first of all I love Shell Straits writing her memoirs beautiful but it's also a woman versus nature which I had never really seen on film. I'm an so many women.
"reese" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Witherspoon started acting as a child and became famous in her twenties. After after starring in films like election legally blonde but when she reached her mid thirties it was hard to find good roles for women her age so she decided to address the problem by starting her own production company with the mission of finding books with complex women characters and adapting those books into films. She adapted Gillian Flynn's bestselling crime novel. Gone girl she didn't act in that one but she started in the next film she produced an adaptation of Cheryl Strayed Memoir Wild Witherspoon executive give produces and stars and big little is adapted from Leeann. Moriarty's novel now. Witherspoon is an executive producer and star of the new series the morning and show which deals with sexual harassment and assault and their aftermath in the world of news and entertainment. It's one of the first offerings on Apple's new streaming service apple. TV plus the series is about a popular network morning TV. Show that shaken up. When it's meal anchor played by Steve? Carell is fired after. He's accused of sexual misconduct. His Co host. Alex played by Jennifer. Aniston still in shock about the news. Learns that the network had been planning on replacing her her in the hopes of boosting their sagging ratings to save her job. She makes bold move at an award ceremony. She announces that her. Co Anchors Replacement Smith will be Bradley Jackson played by Reese Witherspoon Bradley as a local reporter from a network affiliate who became nationally known after a video went viral showing her confronting a demonstrator at a coal mine protests in West Virginia. Alex didn't consult with or get permission from anyone at the network before announcing her new co anchor would be Bradley. She didn't even tell Bradley who was stunned and kind of angry. So here's the two of them. After the announcement standing in the morning show studio wanted to take a seat. Is that an invitation or command. You sound a little pissed off. I don't like surprises all. Come on those pretty good price. No you don't get to make this about me. You dropped a bomb and I don't know why maybe you're trying to blow up your life. Maybe maybe you're angry which I get but you don't have the right with me. How by offering you the most coveted anchor job in the world? I don't want your job. You are so cocky. You just think I'm GonNa do this. I know you're going to do this. I don't have a contract. We'll bring I just put you in a great spot to negotiate this jobs yours welcoming you with open an arms. I'm giving you the biggest news platform you could ever have. If you're a true journalist you don't say no to this. I'm not sure this is considered that are true journalism. And how many current or former presidents have you interviewed. The job requires a certain kind of positively. I'm not a perky personal care. I don't want us to be the same I'm not looking to groom my replacement assessment. I WANNA partner do you or do you want somebody who's beholden to you. Somebody who's grateful that you pluck them from obscurity parity. Because if that's what you're hoping for I will give you serious. Buyer's remorse reese witherspoon. Welcome to fresh air. And congratulations on the new series. You so much for having me and I'm a huge fan. Oh back at Ya. This show The morning show was already in the works when the Matt Lauer Story broke and their Charlie early rose story broke. What was your reaction about what it would mean for the show particularly for the Matt Lauer Stories meaning for the shock has that's the story that's most closely shadowed you know? I think it's interesting because I I think people pull that parallel but there. It actually isn't amalgam of a lot a lot of different characters. You have to remember. We have bill O'Reilly. There's the things that happened at. CBS at a very high corporate level. Also at sixty minutes and so we're really. We were inundated with this new information and we were working based off of Brian. STELTER book top of the morning which definitely delved into sexism. Sexism and ageism in Modern broadcast media but what emerged was all these assault allegations and a hostile work environment harassment claims and We felt it would been remiss if we didn't address them in our show. And so the show runner renner carry Aaron to her credit. I think decided to Delvin seen one episode one and I think you know sometimes the world is so crazy see. TV shows and movies are are a great way to try and understand where we're at so we talked a little bit about what it would mean for the show when then the sexual assault and sexual harassment stories and broadcasting broke. What was your personal reaction to that into Harvey Weinstein and Ronan Farrow's book catch and kill like from personal experience and from the experience of other women you knew that sexual harassment and assault was not uncommon in the entertainment? I'm an industry but when all these stories started breaking get I'm sorry. Can I interrupt you. I didn't know assault was happening with such frequency and regular told me it's important to say that I I don't I didn't have any idea what other people's experiences were. I'd only had my own experiences and I definitely only dealt with harassment and I had dealt with that privately and In my own way with my family when I was young when when I was really young and starting in the business I didn't have any understanding of the widespread abuse that women were were experiencing variances and not just women. Many many people were experiencing and it really took that moment in time for all of us to start talking because you have to remember as an actress for higher I was only usually I was the only woman on set I would say the majority of my thirty year career. I've been the only woman in a cast or one of a handful of women and a crew or cast So when in all of that sort happening women started to gather And really start talking to each other and sharing stories and I have to say I I was blown away way I did not know the kind of experiences that people were having an and I was I was in shock. I think a lot of us were in shock. Was it helpful to know that other women had experienced what you experienced. That wasn't I think so so many women who are harassed assaulted even though they know it's not true. Think did I do something wrong. Is it about me. Could I have changed. It could have stopped. Stopped it Did this make you feel more like when so many other women came forward that this was a problem that had to be addressed. And it wasn't I don't know if you've had felt that it was your fault in any way but I know that's a common feeling. Well you know I was really. I was young Very young when when it happened and it and it wasn't isolated so I would experience Different kinds of things in different the way women are spoken into. And I just didn't know who to talk to and I didn't and I honestly I got older and I was married and had children and a lot of its subsided as I got older her as I became more experienced and had more success. It obviously dropped off because I do think it's about a power dynamic doc And so I think it was like returning to old memories and I have to say it. It opened my mind up to stuff that I had closed down a long time. Go so I was kind of reliving. It a lot which was hard and I think as we ask ask people about their experiences with harassment or assault? We have to be very mindful of the fact that people have lots of different coping mechanisms. Some people want to speak about it. Some people do not And I'm enormously grateful to the women who spoke up about out Their their experiences and really opened our hearts in our minds and our eyes to what was happening with such regularity and the journalists who worked so hard to break these stories despite whatever corporate interference they were having I'm just enormously grateful to Ronin and Jodie Jodi Megan I I want to honor your feelings about this and ask you if you care to share any of the experiences that you went through who was sexual harassment. Would you prefer to say it happened to you an echo any further. Let me think I I haven't ever really a spoken about it..
"reese" Discussed on The Brink
"Brought to justice and you'll find out why this season of murder in Oregon listen to murder in Oregon uh-huh I you know I I tried it and I was like but I could totally see making a snickers and then all the mounts bar and I'd be happy and I love coconut Lord I just picture someone like throwing pennies into a cup would you weren't you incorrect my brain just went weird anyhow sorry we actually have Orissa's it was not something go ahead unwrap that Candy Area I'm GonNa I'm not gonna eat it I'm just wrapping she really she literally is that's not that's not as doing sound effects she registered anyway so this bring though it was a moment that happened to the entire world this is not something that was unique Theresa's Natta moment would be nothing but we've got a little more to explain by after this break I'm Arianna Huffington and I'm so excited for the new season of the thrive global podcast we'll be sitting down everyone from the broad city creators Ilana Glazer an IB Jacobson demisch and finance Afia Bush as we explore how they go from surviving to thrive and how you can do I find this to be like typical dudes where we didn't really like hash it out we never got into the big fights I think we met in the middle so much creatively like and found that that was where the creative voice was we made the because we couldn't perform it you see so it's like a different yeah we made it because of failure listen to AH LAN apple podcasts the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts so the Great Depression hit re re write.
"reese" Discussed on The Brink
"There I'm Jonathan Strickland and welcome to our Spooky Halloween episode yes it was an episode requested by my coworker Ramsey who wanted us to talk about reese's pieces however before we get into that the Oh we're going to have a lot of fun with this episode spoiler alert we actually already recorded the whole thing but in retrospect we figured we really can't talk about this without address thing something that's much more serious so we wanted to get that clear upfront which is that the the candy industry a lot of companies that get chocolate are dependent upon extremely terrible awful inhumane practices largely involving child labor and child slavery and there've been a regulations in in kind of deadlines put into place to make chocolate companies fix that but they're having a hard in time they say because they don't know where a lot of their chocolate is actually sourced which seems pretty corporate irresponsibly Ah yeah going on so this is some you may have heard of the phrase fair trade chocolate that's you know obviously that's chocolate that's been sourced to a place that does not engage in these practices but Hirsch's which supplies the chocolate actually now reece's part of her she's you'll all about that but her she's which has always supplied the chocolate for the reese's peanut butter cups is one of those companies and so we wanted to make sure we acknowledged that before we go onto the Z. any fun of the episode which I know is a big tonal shift but in after we recorded it we realized we really needed to to address that because it's it's that we think is extremely important that people know yes yeah so now that we've got that we're going to rejoin just Jonathan Aerial from the past who already recorded episode that's extra sp welcome to our spooky Halloween episode yes we were trying to come up with a topic that would be suitable for Halloween and while chatting with my coworker Ramsey he said you should do an episode about racism the pieces and how they ended up in et win everyone eminem's t yeah but you know at Ramsey there's not enough information reese's pieces also a lot of people no that's corey but we're going to include it anyway yes but more importantly Ramsey's awesome his suggestion it is awesome thank you Ramsey and it led us on this wonderful trail to the business history races in general pretty fantastic and it's it's funny because it's a history that was largely ignored starting in the late seven indies because of the company that would take over reese's 'cause you well we'll get there we'll get there don't sport no spoilers jumping ebbing away all right so let's start with that history and it all begins with the founder of the company and by the way you might occasionally here in this upper so little crinkly noises because Ariel each have a racist peanut buttercup command the kind you would get at Halloween it is so hard not eat it we second I know I'm trying to hold off myself okay let's start with the history Harry Burnett Reese is who we can thank for the reese's peanut Butter Cup he actually I have in my notes he aspirations of becoming a real life Willy Wonka forty years before doll would write that book that's being a little Angelique facetious but he was born in Pennsylvania in eighteen seventy nine and by the one thousand nine hundred he married a woman named Blanche Edna Heison and he started working as a farmer on the family farm at Frosty Hill which is near Muddy Creek forks than in my notes I wrote this makes me I think that this isn't one of the best spots in Pennsylvania based on the name if it's frosty than it mud probably not like squishy so slippery Muddy Hill that's where my farm is and he would end up working several different jobs in his young adulthood and he was the he got a reputation for picking up and moving with his whole family multiple times in order to pursue these opportunities eventually he and his wife and now children of which he would ultimately have several sixteen intervals would settle in Hershey Pennsylvania which I've been to have you been to Hershey I have not I have been to Pittsburgh yes that's it so my wife's from Pennsylvania and we've been to Hershey several times it's also where the Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival takes I I hear that's fantastic is and Hershey is obviously a monument to chocolate even back then her she's the the chocolate company was yeah but that's that's not where reese started in Hershey. He started working at a dairy farm called the Round Barn in in sixteen thousand nine hundred seventeen Jewish but here's the thing round barn owned by Hershey Oh so yeah he he was he wasn't working straightly strictly for the tirr working for the dairy for dairy farm still right yes so he worked there for a couple of years but then her she's in a saving measure closed that dairy farm in nineteen nineteen and so then recess went over to try and do some other stuff including create his own candy happening now that initial attempt was the Orrin our Candy Company and he was largely basing his his appease off of his mother's recipes and they include things like chocolate covered almonds and chocolate covered raisins taking the things that kids don't want to eat at Halloween and dipping chocolate and it did not end up becoming a huge success and I mean even at the time like her she was already a dominant player chocolate will have to do a full episode on her chace point but when you think you've heard of hershey bars and he's focusing it looks like on little I can't help candy he's looking for the stuff that would be sold in the big barrels at a store also before you know grocery stores and department stores are really a thing yes so our in our candy company didn't do well and oh he rebranded yup he called the new company the Superior Chocolate and confectionery company which is superior to our candy I suppose Yup he tried to sell some stock in order to fund this business but this also did not take off and pretty soon he was closing the door hours on that one not too long after that he would go back and work for her she's again this time in the Shipping Department which where he was sneaking little chocolate covered raisins into everybody's packages there's a little note saying if you want more of these gopher superior now he did not find the work particularly engaging or interesting but it was paying the bills and in the meantime he continued to create different recipes for his own candy working out of his basement that's hygienic basement candy well here's the thing you know I I will eat basement candy the bathroom candy okay that's fair well you know why he was making his basement is because this is before air conditioning so the temperature sure would get too warm especially during the summer months like in summer they couldn't make chocolate at all because the temperature will be so warm they can never get the candy set properly it would always be sweaty melty stuff so the basement was the coolest room to work in so you could heat up the chocolate molded and let it cool and set there so that's why he set up down there yeah so I think it's really cool that somebody can making he named after his kids right yeah and not only that but it was the successful stuff he was making yeah so that this is what would actually help establish him mm and convince them to to make a real Govan yet again so do you know the name of the candy bars while I do Jonathan 'cause it's right here in the it's not allow don't peel back to I'm sorry okay now there's a lizzy bar which was Carmel in coconut covered in chocolate sign me up so much together with Carl took me by surprise for a little bit and the other one was johnny bar which is made from molasses so I guess similar to Sugar Daddy maybe yeah Kinda yeah and oh he had sixteen kids as I mentioned in total eight boys and eight girls they tragically not all of them would live to adulthood but you know he had he had so many kids in every single history has a similar joke about how the chocolate business wasn't assessed acidy because of his large family and they had a great advertising slogan that would come a little bit later down the road but I wanted to include it now could you please deliver that slogan sixteen good reasons to buy Rhesus Yup they would have a picture of all the kids lined up so essentially saying guilting people exactly exactly buy candy so we can feed these children so this wasn't enough for him to be convinced to get have a another go actually starting a candy company of his own because these these chocolate bars named after his kids were starting to see some success and so once again he quit his job at Hershey's and he founded the H B Reese Candy Company in Nineteen Twenty Three and you know he was already selling candy at this point and that was enough for him to actually make a living so now he was just creating the company to make that his full-time Gig yeah and the Kennedys Hughes making around the time where things like peppermint creams encoded dates and things like that still in the the raisins and almonds arena and he as you said he was he was trying to sell them in the general stores in the barrels so he sold them on consignment to local shops in Pennsylvania and by nineteen twenty six he made enough money to build a new house probably because he ruined his basement and in his old one that's an assumption by me errol but I'm sticking to it and also enough money to build a factory so now he's like hiring people he's making he's making these candies in in larger amounts and by hiring people I think you can imagine what much of its workforce made up of his children which is almost the same thing I don't know if they would sing songs about you know being greedy or chewing gum all the time but they definitely would work for him quite a bit we'll get back to the family issues a bit later so in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven breese happened to fall into a conversation with a local shop owner who was telling reese you know my customers really like these peanut butter cups at this other Candy Company is other candy maker is making Jagna in your face reese yes so so peanut butter cups chocolate covered peanut butter cups were already a thing okay reese had never made them but they were they were a known quantity so did not invent the peanut Butter Cup and but he was being told by the shop owner the problem is this candy maker can't make enough of these peanut butter these chocolate covered peanut butter cups to meet the demand my customers they are always asking for them so do you think you could make some and reese wasn't super crazy about this just he didn't that was not what he was the interest in doing but he thought well there's a demand should definitely try to meet that so he got to work and he started roasting his own peanuts which for a long time was like the thing that reece's would say set their peanut butter cups apart from everyone else's yeah but that's because he almost burned it's peanuts yeah apparently according to the histories there was a malfunction in the roasting equipment which over-roasted the peanuts almost to the point of burning them and then he ended up turning it into peanut butter anyway and it was a happy mistake because it produced a peanut butter that people found particularly tasty Yeah but imagine when you're trying to cook peanuts to a certain level and then you overcook them and now you have to overcook that exact amount every time to keep your to maintain like a standard yeah admit that once he fixed that roaster he had to figure out how to replicate the effect with a monster that was actually working properly and then he covered the burnt. peanut butter in Hershey chocolate yes and this would be something that is an interesting interesting kind of simpatico ship because throughout his career reese would use chocolate from her she's he would purchase the chocolate from her she's and her she's would send him ah chocolate needed he and Hershey had a good working relationship. It's not uncommon for confectioners to outsource their chocolate from other people and so this was one of those cases where this was not even a rivalry so much as it was like just two different companies doing business in the same area but they both realized there was enough room plus I mean Hershey was operating at a level far beyond what reese was doing so then he introduces the Peanut Butter Cup that's not what they were called originally nope they're called Penny cups that's how much they cost Yup company one any a cup that's also a good exchange rate when you said one one one cup of Penny the date that they debuted to November Fifteenth Nineteen Twenty eight are you certain because oftentimes dates are shaky I mean sure enough to put to the notes S. super awesome to be fair yes the histories state November Fifteenth Nineteen Twenty eight it could give or take five years but for once we're not getting so many conflicting reports date so it's pretty spectacular so he originally sold these peanut butter cups in bulk mixed up with all of his other candies in five pound bags but you know what people like the peanut butter cups better than the chocolate covered dates joe and so again reese was not super thrilled with that he he is not a fan of the peanut butter cups but you gotta give the people what they want so he would continue to make them eventually it would take a couple of years but eventually got to the point where he could make them solely on their own and sell those as a separate item as opposed to being one item in a five pound bag of bulk candy so they got popular enough where they could stand out as a single item which was unusual at the time yes and then we get to a brink moment yeah so this was a bring moment that was not unique if you're keeping track of what year it is the Great Depression and it was own loved enough to bring the story to an end and then we would have to segments of.
"reese" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"I don't know what else to do. Let me see if I can call Reese. We'll see want me to call. Tim Unical Oprah. Just. All right. She was on the treadmill. She said call her back, that was gen-. Oh my God. It's hey are you on the treadmill? Yeah. All right. So it's, it's, it's your friend Ellen. How are you? Good sweetheart. How are you doing? I'm good. I'm not on a treadmill. I'm actually doing a show right now. And this is a really important question. Say hi say hi Dan say hi to everybody. Here's the. I know that's why I'm your friend too. So Reese Witherspoon, you know, her right. Okay. She somehow she'd somehow thinks that she in new are better friends than you and I are, and I just want to settle this once and for all that you and I are better friends than Reese in you. We've cleared this up. I know I thought we had to so, so once and for all you, and I are better friends. Sterling. That basically based also almost thirty years of knowing each other. Yeah. Okay. So it's done. Thank you. Bye. I haven't heard back from over. I'm just going to go through my list. I feel like that's all the time. We have our we we'd be wrapping up. We have all about. I'm usable content. You've pretty much talk nonstop for thirty. Believable dealers. Guess what we? I'd like to know the writers find Matt so. Yes. On camera lot, you've probably seen them as part of curtain Bernie. The postal service boss went played into my dad was a man that middle out to him. He, he watches retired. Yeah. What do you do with this time now? And also take care of my niece held your niece six launch shut up. Ami ambala. Sammy bill. Jimmy, my husband to the show, I guess, that's right, sure did. Talk. Tell how you met your husband show, Austrailia two thousand thirteen. It was Saint pets. We got there. We ended up on staff went to Australia the whole staff. You're on an advance NAS with I think almost everybody everybody we stayed back with Ellen. Correct. Exactly. Plant the flag tennis. I'll toss go to this one club. We had gotten there we are all trying to stay awake. But it they go to midnight. We were like oh about ten. We've got ten pm Noam's there. Tony came or DJ. Tony was there. Everyone was there from the staff. Yeah. They said it was kind of mixed, but yeah, and this girl. And this guy came up to Tony and they were talking I met him. And remember, he's wearing a blazer, and I was like, what it was a blazer to a club. But that was that. And then I met him. So I'm again later, and I'm like, oh, there's blazer guy and we started talking. And that was and then out he wanted a green card. Brought him back to. And where. And how long ago was that? Two things six inseparable Simpson. He lives here with you, and we're married you got wedding. Wedding look, he's got a ring Ellen did tackle the internet controversy about washing your legs. Yes. What was the internet controversy for those who don't remember it? A mini controversy. I would say, yeah. Someone on Twitter posted the questions you wash legs in the shower..
"reese" Discussed on No Huddle
"A little more let's say committed to the running game but anti and that could be huge factor we get the game on sunday you'll be calling its mel reese longtime radio voice eagles radio network meryl clubs have identities personalities how would you sum up this year is it really about that tenacity brazilians who were talking about with all the injuries especially when carson went went down with the tourney seal on the road in la i think if they have an identity it's that they love to play football i mean they actually love to play football i was a dogs office before the after the boat while the first playoff game and after the atlanta game and he said you know what the great thing is we have more games to play and the guys are like this they have fun they i s bra brandon graham i do a monday night show with brendan graham i said how are you guys before the nfc championship game he said we were the same as we were before the third game of the season this group doesn't get tents they don't get tight they don't think about bigger games or stages they just go out they have fun they do what they love to do and here's another thing there are no players on this team and this is kind of unusual there are no players on this team who worry about how many targets they got in this game or how many carries by god in this game they care about the final score at if they carry the ball less of the team wins their five with it there are no complaint hurts so he basically say this is in a very unselfish pti because that's what you hear a lot that this team in comparison to the lasted went to plug its new england in jacksonville there was a little selfishness you no doubt have been map claiming his stay because teo came on in teo had his lay broken he comes into play in a lot of guys have gone to nfc championship games but all of a sudden we thiel they went to phnom suit over the hump may to champioship kinda saw little gripe him going on but this team i hear they seem extremely on self nubby are there was griping that went right into the next season edited.