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"rob weiner" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"You know what i'm saying right. Yeah well you know it's interesting you bring this up like i have done it in walking around for this movie in these discussions spent a lot of like you know the metoo movement discussions and all of these things and it is so interesting to think like wonder how many of the men have been asked this question about how how they feel like things have changed since last last year. Because i feel like. I've been asked that question so many times. Which is a weird question just to feel like one human with of china can speak for the women for an expert right. Yeah this is a very interesting anyway. It's a very interesting time. is it not. Do you get tired of that question. I don't know if i get tired of the question because it certainly is. I'm glad that conversations are still happening. But i still wanted to feel i. I hope that it still feels fertile. Yeah get back into. I just i guess they start paying attention. Are we still feeling. What's the like arriving living changing heartbeat in it. You know what i mean like. What's the what's actually being discussed rather than is it just. Because you're a woman happened to me to question and yeah and what does that mean. And then it's like you have all of these thoughts about the world industry but you still gotta just go to work. Well this is. This is what i think. This is an awesome segue sam. It's hard because you can't really bring it to your gig like you have to walk in. I mean at least in this gig. I have to walk in in the role into the into the room and not have. Because if i'm conscious of any of that then that's like a that's an inhibitor. To me gets in the way like. I can't walk in thinking about a big picture. It can't be like an issue movie. Otherwise i also don't think it hurts like it has to be humorous. How do you separate. How do you turn that switch on and off. 'cause you're an activist like you are involved in politics outside of your work and you and you we all are. Do you have a problem. Take leaving politics at the stage door. I guess no as a performer. I feel like who people are Their bodies our politics. You know what i mean. Yes so like the alice. Feel like if i try to articulate something then it kind of then. I'm i don't want to be. I know how to describe it sam. I'm trying to like. I'm trying to burn that through real tight canal right now. A lot of birdies all ever push the that used to be back in the day gave birth. Like this you squad. That's the way you should. And then they had you do like this because the doctors found it easier. It's easier for the doctors. What the hell is honestly it's gravity. it's like taking. Yeah yeah and then they had you lay on the back and they put you in stirrups. You can't move. It's just trying to like uphill like you can't. It's crazy yes. I love that we kind of like swallowed out of my crowning. Try to articulate. Go back to talking about like you not feeling like you can't be a spokesperson for all women or for your entire industry and like. How do you feel incredibly. No i do feel very political credibly like very passionately. But i'm like it's it's maddening. I mean that is an understatement of the century again. Like i can't. I can't even maddening funny. It's a healthcare. look everywhere you like. It's like you can't even. I can't even turn anywhere. it's like even just on top of everything else. There was like climate change report. That was like oh and then there's around the just cleared from the fires. I know we're waiting for mudslides. Might not have that as long as we thought is. Yes i mean i remember. I look at my children. And i'm like how do i protect them from like crippling anxiety because it is. It's it's bananas just so anyway. work is. I would say at this point a an escape. So we'll food. yeah. I mean i. It's always been the place where i feel like. I think articulate the beginning of the place where i've always thought the most like. Yeah for sure up next kathryn. Hahn on marfa. Texas one of my favorite spots in the world and i love. Dick talked about private life. Which i just enjoyed early but i wanna talk about like your other work. 'cause you've been busy the last few years and one of the things that i've actually watched two or three times now. Is i love dick. Oh you have have got to tell you. I please with marfa texas. I'm from san antonio and for year in a row. Now i stopped in marfa for like five or six days before i go home for thanksgiving so i was just there a few weeks ago again with friends in airbnb and made us. I'll watch out. I watched that show a lot. Oh that's it's a good. And i've walked through some of the places where y'all have shot friendship the station. There are public radio. Oh in the old gas station. I had to get changed in there a few times. That was like a little A makeshift dressing room. That's beautiful i love. I just had a sweet email exchange with rob Weiner's like the head of gianotti. Yeah i loved marfa so much. And i love that show so i love the way that you bring to every role but something about the character. You played in that show the entire time. You are this volcano waiting to explode in their such intensity in every movement. In every i roll in every whisper and it's it's beautiful expression of how everyone whether they show you this or not everyone in that same way is barely holding it together. Everyone has like the the the stove. Top on top of the boiling water. And you do that in that show so well sam. This is really actually seeing. Sarah pins tonight's writer anyway. I can't wait to tell her. Yeah we that means a ton. i loved it. God i really that. Yeah that experience. I'll hold very dear. It was a really tough one. It seems hard place to live for that. Yeah how did you get to that place in. Stay in that place because you're in that mode for the whole arc in you have to be there. How long was a shootout. Like three hairs locked in my hair. it was. How long does that shoot about three months three months for three months. Now we don't really live there for We shot in at sunset. Gower out here for the bulk of the interior. Okay then we were there for like three.
"rob weiner" Discussed on KTRH
"Not AstraZeneca says it's vaccine trial results in America will likely come late. Next month. That would be late January more proof that China was an honest about how many covert infections they were dealing with a study of Corona virus antibodies in Wuhan's population. It was conducted back in mid April. It suggests that the total number of covert 19 infections May have been 10 times higher. And the Chinese were reporting. And the World Health Organization, too. It's now 508. Thanks to Cove it well, you know what's happened to restaurants. But consider this. What about live events that industry has lost over $30 billion because of the shutdowns this year? Live events have been canceled for months. Pop culture expert Rob Weiners is American entertainers are getting creative with Dr in car concerts and the UK is held special, social distancing outdoors. One of the things that artists are doing now are online special concert Yes, performing a special New Year's concert and Houston Sally Theater streamed its annual Christmas Carol to ticket buyers. We had a short baseball season watch like cardboard cut outs, two bits of good news. Some MBA teams are allowed. Limited arenas sitting and 2020 is about to come to an end. Sally Adams News radio 7 40 Ktrh. It's now 509. Despite losing quarterback Sam Mellinger to a shoulder injury, the Texas Longhorns beat Colorado at the Valero Alamo Bowl 55 23. They ended their season with a seven and three record. Oh, come on. I'm Sheriff Fryer and Houston's news, weather and traffic station News Radio 7 40 ktrh vaccines on the horizon the information for life Great come back every day. On NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Okay. 509. Good morning. Once again appreciate you joining us on this Wednesday Bob France sitting in for Jimmy, along with Sharon and share of the very, very, very telling of yesterday's show. As we signed off we were in the midst of our was the mist of pointing out. The judge in Georgia with the last name of Abrams on Guy said I'd follow up with it this morning. And of course, you just did. The sister of Stacey Abrams, the failed Democrat candidate for Georgia governor who is now one of the Behind the scenes political power brokers in that state and who is the driving force in gaining votes for the two Democratic candidates in the Senate run off her sister is the federal judge. Has blocked two counties from removing roughly 4000 names share just told you this in the news from the voter rolls ahead of the runoff elections. Thies Air 4000 people who have moved who are no longer valid voters in the district's or in the Precincts rather Where they where they decided they no longer reside there, and they've tried to clean up the voter rolls, and this judge said Nope. Leave them alone. District Judge Leslie Abrams gardener to be specific. Sister to former candidate Stacey Abrams. So restraining order was issued against two counties there who's still claims that she was actually elected governor. Had that Shayera used yourself already of all you're saying former candidate, but she's still claims that she's the rightful governor you that campus remember? She never conceded. And yet she and other Democrats are screaming at Donald Trump for not conceding this presidential election, which is filled with all kinds of, you know, nefarious activity and all kinds of irregularities There, screaming that Donald Trump is is, you know, is damaging democracy by not conceding well, it's been two years and Stacey Abrams Refuses to concede an election that she lost. So it's extraordinarily important. Understand who we're dealing with down there. Not only Stacey Abrams, but Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner inserting herself into the bad thing is I We keep pointing out these things. And yet nothing ever happened. Nothing ever happens. Nothing ever happens. I mean, what in the world has happened to this country? Yeah. You call it sad I would call it infuriating and also, quite frankly, very frightening. It's very frightening about what this means for the future. Okay, let's get you moving from where you are to where you want to be sky. Mike has got your traffic.
"rob weiner" Discussed on KTRH
"Sponsored by top tax defenders on the top story this hour raising taxes as we're talking with the legislature is up. To the trying to figure out how to do. It is a dangerous proposition for Texas lawmakers but the current legislature. Well, Republicans led by the Lieutenant governor trick up their sleeves. They're looking to do it with an amendment to the state constitution that means it places the burden for creating a tax hike on the lap of the voters. Austin GOP shredded just Bill Miller says it's risky question. Tricky irrespective of watcher questionnaires. Miller says this is a clever idea. By the Republicans to create on the ballot. Brilliant white have the amendment would raise sales taxes and use the new revenue to buy Dell school property taxes, Scott credited, NewsRadio said forty Katie IRA. And ultimately, you the voters have to decide whether you wanted to do it that way it's now seven thirty three well, Texas known to be a business friendly state, but we still adhere to some pretty strange laws regarding alcohol sales. So now the legislators in Austin looking to allow package sales on Sundays business litigators. Scott Reed says the current law puts mom and pop stores at a competitive, disadvantage, the bars and restaurants is so liquor have a huge advantage over the package stores because they can continue to sell there's where the package stores all liquor stores have to shutdown. Yeah, we're talking about it on Sundays and holidays. He says if these proposed bills pass rethinks, they probably will you're going to have a lot more options to buy booze on Sundays. You can buy your own bottle and take it home instead of having. Having to go out restaurant tours aren't going to like this Texas lawmakers though again trying to outlaw powdered alcohol it comes in little bags that it could be added to any liquid to make an alcoholic beverage in Texas to make powdered alcohol or palca hall. You need a permit and possibly distillers permit. Nearly three dozen states already have banned sale or use of powdered alcohol. Deadly. This is going to be a craze. It's going to be the thrill of the deal. It's going to be the thrill of trying to get it having it have it in your pocket. It, you know, just status symbol. It'll be the new street. Drug addiction expert, Michael Moulton says there's no need for powdered alcohol and hopes it is banned Audrey Morton. Newsradio seven forty KTAR. News time now is seven thirty four to four hundred forty eight page Muller report now being dissect it by the Trump administration. And of course, the opposition the members of congress reaction, not surprising. Here's FOX's John decker. While the president on Thursday called the Muller investigation. A hoax of far different reaction to the Muller reports conclusions from Connecticut democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal who along with many other congressional Democrats wants to examine whether the president obstructed Justice. This report is far from the end. Of the inquiry that this country needs and deserves it is the beginning of another chapter contrast, the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani sees the mullahs report as a complete exoneration at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. Well, you're going to be hearing a lot more about that. Meantime, the attorney general he's been busy doing his job to he's handed down an order. That's going to close one of the loopholes maybe for asylum seekers. This is an order that allows officials to keep thousands of illegal aliens in custody for months, if not years is that of catching and releasing we get that story live now from KTAR h is Nick Rajkovic share AG bars directive, essentially ends catch and release removing the bond option for so called asylum seekers and Charles spoke about it earlier with Arthur at the center for immigration studies. They're using this asylum claim as a mechanism just to get in this country much easier, and then to disappear into this great great nation. And live here illegally. Without any consequence. All they have to do is say asylum, and they get in front of an asylum off for all they have to do is say that something bad happened to them and they get released. The problem is everybody knows it. Now, though, the order reaffirms a court ruling dating back to the nineties ACLU and others already threatening legal challenges to this directive. Of course, they are news time is now seven thirty six. Well, you better check your medicine cabinet. You know, the use of statins for high cholesterol and their effectiveness making some headlines again. Well, the results are in for study that followed Stein uses for two years and indicates the controversial drug didn't do much to lower cholesterol KTAR ages. Dr Joe Galati says there's other factors you have to consider. They're not being dose properly. Or is there some other underlying medical conditions such as poorly controlled, diabetes and obesity? He says he's not all that surprised by the results of the study while. Yes, medicine play an important role. It's not the only thing that's going to preserve wellness. He says don's or more effective with proper diet and exercise giambra NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Seven thirty seven. Now, you know, despite all those heated loungers restaurant meals three d technology at movie theaters. More people are opting to watch movies in the comfort of your own homes. Hollywood now suffering from that change in fortune. Pop culture expert, rob weiner's says a night of the movies. It's still fun but boys gotten expensive going to the movies can be a fifty dollar proposition with everything that's added. And you get a month of Netflix for what twelve or fifteen dollars. Yeah. And if they give me something besides animation and special effects. Maybe I'd go again. And also, here's this for the kids Disney now pulling all their material from other streaming services because they're starting their own label and digital platform. You're going to be able to get all those Disney things in the comfort of your home too. Here's another one that is a comment on our times. I guess the owner of an historic south Texas cemetery trying to protect your property from protesters. Her name is Deanna cartoonish. She lives down in the valley. She says demonstrators who oppose the border wall had been camping out. And the ally Jackson cemetery is hers, it's private a stencil simply to protect it from new wall construction. But the owner says the protectors are trashing her property magin that seven thirty nine.
"rob weiner" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"This. Wherever you listen to podcasts. Talked about private life, which I just enjoyed early. But I wanna talk about my other work because you've been busy the last few years and one of the things that I've actually watched two or three times. Now is I love dick. You have have kind of tell you I s with Marfa, Texas. I'm from San Antonio and for Uniroyal now, I stopped in Marfa for like five or six days before I go home for thanksgiving. So I was just there a few weeks ago again with friends in the Airbnb made us, I'll watch dick. Dick. I watched that show a lot. Oh, that's it's a good show. And I've walked through some of the places where you'll have shot friends the station there are public radio. Oh in the old gas station. I had to get changed in there. A few times. That was like a little of a makeshift dressing room. That's beautiful. I love I just had a sweet Email exchange with rob weiner's like the head of Tanada. Yeah. I loved Marfa so much and I love that show. So. Yeah. I love the way that you end you bring intensity every role. But something about the character you played in that show the entire time. You are this volcano waiting to explode in their such intensity in every movement in every I roll in every whisper, and it's it's beautiful expression of how everyone whether they show you this or not everyone in that. Same way is barely holding it together. Everyone has like the the the the stove top on top of the boiling water. And you do that in that show. Well, Sam this is really it's here. I'm actually seeing Syra go pins. Tonight's provider of anyway, I can't wait to tell her. Yeah. We that means a ton. God. I really. Oh. Yeah. That experience. I'll hold very dear. It was a really tough one. It seems hard place to live for that. Yeah. How did you get to that place and stay in that place? In that mode for the whole arc in. You have to be. There was a shootout like three hairs hair. It was. On the set shoot about three months. Three months for three months. We don't we only live there for we shot in at sunset Gower out here for the bulk of the interior. Okay. We were there for like three weeks at the end of the entirety of the pilot out there. But I did love it. And I loved it source material and Griffin and Kevin Roberta the whole cast is phenomenal. Thank you for saying. So it's weird too. Because people if people say were you expecting another season, or we I, you know, of course, would have loved, but I think it also kind of exists perfectly as an eight episode thing. I would have been fascinated to see where it would have gone. But I think it also kind of like the cord kind of it's kind of perfectly. Yeah. Also, it's like one of the things that I noticed about like that roll Andrew role in private life and roll entering the other stuff. It's like so many of the characters you play everyone thinks they're crazy. But actually, they're just right? Awesome to hear about Kevin bacon. Character was true. You know, all of the angst. Yeah. That your character in private life. Feels is true. But no like, and so like, what's what seems to be a rationality is just you being radically. Right. And no one gets it. And they think you're crazy. Is it feels like this is the thing women characters and film do because it feels like a way that women in the real world or treated a lot Sam. Well, I mean, that's well with deep about what maybe you just latched onto the there is that something I had never thought of. And I don't know if I can again, speak to globally, women wise. But there is certainly something that I had never thought of is that a lot of these women are really really trying to be heard. That's something that I as a human completely recognize for myself. Yeah..