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Sex and the City Is Coming Back
"Sex and the city is coming back. You guys parker cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis confirmed it with this teaser. They're bringing the show back to life on. Hbo maxima. here's a twist for one thing. The show has a new name. It's called and just like that. The other big changes. That kim cottrell will not be back. As samantha. super surprise about that part of it. But you guys here for this look. I think everybody has been waiting for this to happen for a very long time. Where that you like. The series are not whether you like the movies are not you know a character. You still know which character that you are. This show holds a place. And everybody's heart. I don't care who you are man ads. but also what if your character doesn't come back. Like i'm a combination of carrying samantha. So half of me is no longer in this series. And i think you know what i mean like me. That really upsets me. I i found out about this late yesterday was like what's going on. I didn't fully understand what was going on. I'm here for it. But the fact that they're trying to use a different title and try to differentiate from sex in the city as much as possible. I just feel like is the juice worth the squeeze like you have such an iconic franchise you did the show for however many seasons. You have two movies the second movie we let pass because whatever we're super fans and we didn't care as much as we should now to revamp it in like a smaller scale with only three of the women when it's really about the four of them and then also to know that whatever feud has gone on behind the scenes is so bad that somebody will not return sort of just jolts. I don't know the the magic of it all a little bit. Like do people want no samantha. In this show one time samantha. But i i. I love the other girls enough that i told him away without her own. No the problem is the show is called. Sex city remarried broadband. We know nobody's having sex in that city. Okay so give me somebody. I need you to cast somebody. Who's going to be that young sexy siren that's going to actually explore the city as a single woman and have these women go ahead and kind of guide her through now over the years i will say sex in the city has gotten a little bit of pushback because of their lack of diversity this is. Hbo's chance and sexy cities chance to show that they can cast somebody in that role at all. I want is a quarterly simmons or isa raid in that role. We had you know. I love the. I also think it's one of those things. Where if you're not gonna bring samantha back and i know i read a little bit about the show this morning. And it says it's about the women navigating friendships in their fifties. Then i think that you need to also include losing friends. People throughout their life people who have been friends for twenty years. If you're no longer going to have samantha around. I don't wanna hear that samantha's in la or central pay or dating. Some man tell us that samantha went awol. And y'all are not cool anymore. Like i love that. And pretend she's gone and it's all fine also. Don't you think that some are Critic his character is going to be like the one divorce because she's so least likely to be divorced. They've gotta have a good twist. They're already been divorced. she's dead. She converted also watch your language. Watch your language because you keep on saying if you're not gonna have some antibac- if you're not going to invite her in samantha. Was the one kristen her name. I'm i can into the one who said she would never do. Another sex in the city again never wanted to play that character again. It was not her. She wanted to move on. So we can't because a lot of people are pointing fingers at sarah jessica parker a nephew of why shouldn't come back but she said she wasn't going to come. Was it on like kim yet. Her but there was. She couldn't get the last. I think we're done with samantha. They hate each other and the fact that they hate each other to the extent that they hate each other and we still don't really know why is fascinating to me couple. Let's get a couple like major things about the story. What do you think so you think you guys both in kristen's karat. Why can blink charlotte. You think charlottesville. What about big and kerry together or broken up together can carry gonna be together. I don't think it's going to be. I think the new adventures are gonna come with the new woman. I think we're going to get the fashion. I think we're going to get the city. And i also think we're going to get a diverse for the character that we have always need it in this series or something like twenty twenty one like i think it's i think it's just give me comoro. You like let me get my life. Yeah i'm excited about this. I am excited to see what it's gonna be and how they're gonna do it. I'm sure it's going to be good no matter what the way. Let's be honest if kim control really wanted to come back on this show. They would have done it. She worked the last two seasons not liking. Sarah jessica parker joy behar and go back and rosie o'donnell crossing each other at a table for three years. These two can be on together at young to be kuenz. Has no interest was over sad. Can
Using Humor to Prevent Suicide with Frank King
"Nama stay and welcome to live love engage. I am gloria grace rand and today on her show. I am delighted to have An awesome percent who gentleman who is got a lot of unique experience Including being comedian who also talks about a subject that what you wouldn't necessarily find funny but he has found a way to be able to help people out with that so First off. I want to welcome to live. Love engage frank king and for those of you watching on youtube. He was waving and smiling. But let me tell you a little bit about this gentleman. He is a suicide prevention speaker and trainer. Who also was a writer for the tonight show for twenty years and Depression and suicide actually run in his family. And he's You know had to deal with that. We'll talk a little bit more about that but having to do with Depression and wind to to kill himself but on the other hand he was able to turn that long. Dark journey of the soul into five. Ted talks that's quite amazing in and of itself that they haven't won yet so kudos to you and not only that he's really. He's a motivational public speaker. Who uses his life lessons to start the conversation to give people permission to give voice to their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide and that is so important right. Now because as we're recording at the end of september twenty twenty and i was actually just doing some research on this yesterday that because of the pandemic that a as of at least late june there's been some research done that forty percent of. Us adults reported that they were struggling with mental health or substance abuse. So i think This is a time where really i think. People are struggling. So it's great that you're able to use humor and to be able to help people so let's maybe start from the beginning a little bit and just talk a little bit about your own journey. And how did you get started in comedy where all i was in fourth grade joke and students laughed and more importantly the teacher was hysterical. And i thought. I'm going to be a comedian. Twelfth grade. the talent show nobody'd ever done stand up at the senior town. Joe before clinton seventy five. I did stand up. i want. I went home. Told my mumble. I'm going to be a comedian. If she goes son you go into college. Do whatever you like when you're done you can be a goat herder for all i care but you must going to be a goat herder with a college degree Chapel hill actually be a. It'd be asked. And then mode san diego with my high school and college sweetheart where we got married and big mistake. Because he's a wonderful woman but we absolutely nothing in common. They say opposites attract. She wouldn't pregnant. I wasn't so we never had children. And just by chance in san diego there was a branch of the roth has comedy store on sunset in los angeles. Every time i drove by that place fell this magnetic pole. My i was not a big fan of comedy especially not a big fan of bb coming on comedian. Well she married an insurance guy. Got a comedian. Kind of matrimonial. Bayton switch so. I had to sneak out most gas. Nick huggers bars. I sneak out open mic comedy store. And then i got a job seating. Greetings could watch the become ex-professional comedians. In back them. Jim carey was headlined. Just doing impressions Andrew dice clay ellen degeneres. Rosie o'donnell appall poundstone. Dennis miller and so i watched and soaked in the best comedy available. And let's see. I got about sage first time days before april fools day. I five minutes irvine last night. I heard inside my head. I'm home. I'm gonna do for living absolutely no idea how your leg her and actually book myself on the road. Ten weeks it was kind of the beginning of the big comedy club. Boom from eighty five to ninety five. And i said to my girlfriend now my wife of thirty three years. I'm going to be a standup comedian. Especially you wanna come along and disbanding. Course she'd go no she goes. Yeah so we got. Our jobs gave our part but everything. We couldn't fit environmental dodge colt into storage. And we're on the road. She and i for two thousand six hundred twenty nine nights in a row nonstop seven years. James came off the road to oregon radio meld hometown of raleigh north carolina. Where i took a number one morning show in droves number six eighteen months only drove it in the ground road miller and by the found that was over the comedy club scene was beginning to wane. I always been very clean as a comedian. So i made the jump to the corporate comedy circuit the after dinner after lunch rubber chickens and made a great living doing that about ten years until the recession
Will There Be Second Stimulus Check Before End of 2020?
"Our show today with the conversation with Jason Turner. He's the head of multi asset strategies. When trust wealth management you can visit when trust wealth dot com to connect with Jason and his people. Welcome to the show, Jason. I hope you're well. Thanks. I am and good to be with you again, John. You know, I sort of Promoted this conversation is saying the good news is that Things may be bad enough that they're going to get better. That is some of these jobless numbers in Illinois and elsewhere are are Maybe this sort of thing that's going to push the Congress into finally getting off the dime here. What do you think about that? I would agree with that statement. As is unfortunate. That sounds that things have to get bad to get to get better. This has created some momentum for another stimulus package that quite honestly before Thanksgiving, I thought was an impossibility before the new Congress was stated in January. It's funny because some of our guests have said it would be impossible for them do not have one before the election. Now your horizon was Thanksgiving. But a lot of people thought this would happen into the election because nobody wanted to go into November. 3rd not having passed something past that point Then you thought maybe they wouldn't do it at all, huh? I thought with the lame duck session of Congress on the high level of political polarization we've seen throughout the course of this election cycle. It was not likely that we would see something, however, as things have gotten worse from unemployment perspective and from underlying economic data. That has pushed the members of Congress to come together and try to reach a bipartisan agreement to provide at least a lifeline for a few months. For those Americans that are really struggling. How is it shaping up? Then? What are you looking at? Yeah, I think what we've seen in terms of the bipartisan effort from the members of Congress have been working on. This is an extension of the unemployment programs that have been critical Both of those that are self employed gig workers and the like, but also to those that have exhausted their statement benefits so an extension of additional benefit beyond any sort of state limitations. And then an additional of $300 per week in terms of federal benefits that we saw on the extension that was forwarded late summer after the initial $600 additional benefit wore out. So instead of the 600 boost, you get a $300. What about a gnat's unemployment? What about stimulus? Are they going to send checks directly to people? And that's the difference in the two proposals that are out there on the bipartisan congressional effort. There's no individual payments to individuals. The proposal that was put forward I believe yesterday by the Treasury secretary traded that $300 additional federal unemployment benefit for $600 stimulus checks directly to Americans. Is it fair to compare what we're doing to other countries? I mean, where this republic and we are capitalistic and not all countries in the world are those two things, but I did see a chart that showed what are Aid to our citizens is like in the pandemic compared to other Western countries, and ours is small compared to what Germany and France and other countries air doing for their populations. On a relative basis. That's true. I obviously the size of the United States economy relative. The size of some of those economies in Europe is a different factors on absolute dollar terms. That's a little different picture. But you pointed it out well, that we're we've got a capitalistic bent to our our Republic. And that's different than the constitutional democracy should find in Europe that are a little bit more focused on a common welfare and what we've seen work in Europe in terms of the German model, for example, where unemployment is not skyrocketed because they provided Payments to businesses to keep people on payrolls as opposed to unemployment benefits. It has a different effect in the short term, but it also changes things in the long term. The American approach provides for a potential long, longer term, large scale restructuring of the American workforce For what may or may not be a different world after we emerged in the pandemic. First new European approach and promotes the the status quo from from pre pandemic times. One last thing into your crystal ball. Anything else that you're seeing her that we should know? I think the interesting development we've seen with the push towards additional stimulus. Now is a revision in GDP estimates for the fourth quarter and for 2021 looking a little bit more. Rosie. I think we were expecting Moderately strong fourth quarter because we had some some effects of improvement. I think we're expecting a little bit better fourth quarter now because of the prospect of extension of stimulus, and we've seen some Some underlying stability and consumer spending through the holiday season. I think that'll bridge into next year, particularly with the vaccine developments. If we do see vaccines distributed, we should see stronger 2nd and 3rd quarter 2021 GDP results they were initially expected actually could see, uh, full year GDP growth and in 2021 north of 5%. About that. I'm thinking of Jared Kushner, who in the spring said that in July, this economy is going to zoom. He may have been right but just had the wrong year. I hope that I hope that's the case. Jason Turner, head of Multi asset strategies visit When trust wealth dot com Thanks, Jason. Thank you, John. This is the win trust
Wilton Gregory becomes the first Black American cardinal
"In Vatican City, 70 keep my body's Francis at a ceremony that elevates 13 bishops to the College of Cardinals today, among them the first black American Washington Archbishop Wilton Danu. Gregory. And for the first time, some of those cardinals chosen by Pope Francis participating remotely. You're
In Celebration of Zen Mind Beginner's Mind
"I'm really happy to be here with you celebrating beginner's mind which is such a terrific book and so important for so many of us and i've read this book many many many times over many many years in the beginning i couldn't understand it at all. What is he talking about. And yet i was so intriguing that i was completely hooked. Right away suzuki row. She has a way of saying things that seem so true even though you can hardly know what he's talking about actually zen mind beginner's mind is not really suzuki. She's work if you actually look at his talks. The whole talk the raw transcription which you can actually find fairly easily online at san francisco zen center website or at david chadwick's wonderful crooked cucumber website. You'll see that's a superhero. She talks actually long rambling. Very hard to understand. It's like he's thinking out loud and a lot of the times. You really have no idea what he's talking about. Because he's in the process of trying to figure out how to speak english trying to figure out how to talk about dharma and english and trying to figure out how to talk about dharma to a bunch of young americans who have no idea at all about buddhism. so he's wandering a lot. he's experimenting with different ways of saying things very often. He laughs at his own jokes. And you have no idea what the joke is. His talks are kinda like that. And and and so that's why zinnemann beginner's mind is a really a co creation of suzuki row. She and mainly. I think trudy dixon who is credited with editing the talks. And i'm probably. I'm guessing although i'm not one hundred percent sure that richard baker who suzuki she's leading american disciple and my own ordination teacher. I'm guessing a big hand in a two. And no doubt there were many others whom i'm not aware of all these people love suzuki rosie a lot and i think we're really respectful of his words so i doubt that they changed anything to speak of. They probably cleaned up the english grammar a bit. But they did do a lot of cutting and shaping and framing and that's really what makes in my beginner's mind what it does. It is a labor of love and devotion. And i think you feel that in text and that's one of the reasons why it is such a marvelous text. My guess is that the young students listening to sapiro. She had him because he respected them and they loved them probably in a way that none of them had never been loved before he saw their beauty and he saw their confusion. And i think he loves them just as much for their confusion as for their beauty and i think that was a unique experience for the people who were in his presence as i said when i first read zen mind beginner's mind. I was intrigued. But i didn't understand and later readings. I was surprised at how seldom and lightly suzuki wrote. She mentions buddhist teachings improvising. but then still later. I marveled at exactly the opposite thing. How much everything that he says. Everything is a clear reflection of the classical and later classical early and the later on and doggone teachings yet he never sounds like. He's repeating teachings that he has studied and it never sounds like he's teaching you about buddhism. It sounds more like he's just talking about the way he sees and feels things and as he says. Many many times there are no teaching to stick to. there's just life and living life and then if you see life and live life truly and carefully. It's going to come out sounding a lot like the buddhist teachings instill later readings. I came to appreciate just being wishes. Lewke row she just hearing his voice. A voice of calmness and stability kindness but very very low key no fanfare. His dharma expression is very quiet and subtle. He really is not trying to impress or make a big deal out of anything in fact most of the time. He seems to be gently trying to disabuse his listeners. Of the big deal. They seem to have in their minds. About zen or spirituality. Or the powers of meditation. Just keep saying over and over again. Just just do it. Just do the practice just live. Just be sincere just constant
Pilot in Southern California survives crash after reporting engine failure
"National Transportation Safety Board is investigating another small plane crash in Southern California yesterday. According to reports, a single engine plane went down behind some buildings near the San Bernadino airport. The pilot who was hospitalized had experienced engine failure. No one on the ground was hurt. On Thursday. The pilot of a small plane was killed when his aircraft crashed in a residential neighborhood of
Transformative Fasting From a Female Bodybuilder with Rosie Main
"Walk of fasting. Transformation summit were uncovering the most ancient inexpensive and powerful healing strategy known to mankind. Fasting on your host. Dr david shockers and today. I'm gonna talk to a good friend of mine. Who happens to be credible doctor and an athlete who is used. Fasting help upper overcome chronic health conditions. And be able to perform at optimal athlete and a doctor. And so the title of this transformative fasting bodybuilder. My friend is dr rosie main and dr rosiest passion vision to educate her community on a new level of thinking towards health and inspire people. Start making healthy lifestyle choices as done so for almost twenty years. She currently sees patients in our clinic. Main health solutions in meridian idaho. Helping families live to their full potential. She's a team. Chiropractor for usa wrestling and has been traveling internationally with the team. Since two thousand nine help from achieve peak performance and was usa wrestling team doctor at the two thousand twelve london olympics. Was the team. Chiropractor for usa wrestling in the two thousand sixteen olympics in rio de janeiro brazil. She also does. She also helps people with a weekly radio show and podcast. She doesn't both english and spanish inspires people on house. Transforming information all around the world is a co author christian living magazine and a chiropractor for a Idaho and the most notable characteristic. That's really what i know. Dr rosie's door is just this incredible heart passion for helping people. She happens to be a mother of twin boys. I have twin boys in common as well. And she has a heart to see families live to their potential through natural health. Care rosie. Thanks so much for joining us with the fast transformation summit. I am so happy. Be here david. I actually have just have passion for this topic and so when you invited me it was one of those has been on my heart. Been actively doing this war you know over a year now and i just said these moments are just right for the right time. Yeah absolutely. I think we were talking about it Background lead up to utah. I believe we had a conversation about it or you posted. Something on on social media can't remember but i was like rosie o. Would be such a good gas for the summit. And i remember we talked a little bit a while back about you know really what you struggled with krones right years ago and and start fast food through that i'd love for you to share that with our audience. Yes that's actually One of the biggest things that brought me to what i do now natural health through our practice. That guy was a bodybuilder back in two thousand and goin' shoes will You know my Competing time was at its peak at that time and then about six months into a show. That was preparing for. I began to lose extreme weight last twenty pounds at two thirty pounds in about two or three weeks and they couldn't understand what was going on other than just going to the bathroom. Continuously and so Stress at the time. I think to you chop off the emotional staff. The physical just go on to began medical school so long story short short. I got to the point where i went to. The hospital may down the segment mic. Hold on that was completely raw. Wanted to do surgery. My doctors told me that was the only option. And luckily my dad went to compete me out from san antonio to be back home. South texas was gonna take me to a doctor to their mexico and my cousin came to talk As to tack to my chiropractor. I work for it. I have no idea that you know. Chiropractic candidates need to do with a health of the back pain as fortunately once talking to him and after spending the summer there. Things changed for me that i had up coin to practice squad with leads me what i do today. So i'm very thankful for the circumstances. Sometimes we have to go through because of that. That started mine journey through health and i do a lot of still things to help. Heal my gut With even fasting bone broth fasting. Those kind of things for my god but you know you're a david recently. My struggle personally with my story has been my insulin and glucose at the tippety some. My mom actually lost her health. Diabetes mass sister last yet. Forty-seven also died from diabetes. So i have always had to struggle watching my family's with that just issues with health and again the circumstances that you walk through for a purpose and i have no doubt whatsoever that you know this has happened to me. Have really sensitive to glucose in more so through
NYPD: More Than 50 People Arrested After Trying To ‘Hijack’ Peaceful Protests In New York Midtown
"Causing causing unrest unrest here here in in the the city. city. Two dozen people arrested his protest last night. Turned violent protesters demanding every vote count March down Fifth Avenue from the public library to Union Square, growing from a few dozens of nearly 1000 more than 20 people who police say hijacked the mostly peaceful protests by lighting fires throwing garbage and exit cops in the West Village were arrested near East eighth protesters broke broke through through police police bike bike blockades, blockades, resulting resulting in in some some confrontations. confrontations. Weapons Weapons confiscated confiscated from from the the crowd crowd included included stun stun guns, guns, M M eighties eighties and and daggers. daggers. Alice Alice stacked stacked in in Rosie. Rosie. Need. Need. W W O R news. The ballots are continuing to be
Arizona reports 1,901 new COVID cases
"In Arizona. 1901 new cases of current virus were reported this morning by the State Department of Health. That's the most cases in a single day since August. 1st 45 deaths were also added to the dashboard today. The state's death toll is now almost 6000 cases. For more coronavirus news you can head over to keep our dot com slash
Michigan Governor: White House does not have a national strategy to fight COVID-19
"President Trump on Friday said he does not think his outdoor campaign rallies are dangerous. But Michigan's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer, told ABC News this White House has never been serious about having a national strategy. 200 almost 30,000 people have died tens of millions unemployed. People in food lines who never imagined they would be, and they still don't have a national strategy.
Eight Worldly Concerns
"Nobody's life is perfect. We all have good embed dies. This is part and parcel of worldly concerns. Sometimes. The world is like a rose old beautiful fragrant other times. It's like the stem of rose or four NEOM prickly. An optimist would say the world is Roseanne. Pessimist sees it as Tony. But realistically, the world is both Rosie in though name. A person who understands his point will not be seduced by the rose of become Avesta the thrones. But. The told that there are eight worldly concerns. And if we're realist will understand that the pendulum swings both ways. Sometimes, they'll be under the sway of the full concerns we believed to be desirable, and sometimes the full concerns we think of as undesirable. We have to accept that these eight worldly concerns apart of this human life. So what are the eight worldly concerns the bounds because desirable out gain? Status Price and pleasure. And the phone record undesirable on loss insignificance, blame and pain. It doesn't matter if we see them as desirable or undesirable. They all ultimately causes of suffering. Role subject to gain and loss. Of material things such as possessions, but also some of friends, family. We might go out to buy a new phone and it makes us very happy. One day it is stolen we then become sad. That's gain and loss. You may have in the past matter. Wonderful person you get on really well with but recently they left Jay or they died again, this is gain and. If you're a businessman. From gain loss on the regular basis. This is some examples of what was subject to in our lives I'm show you could think of hundreds more. Before we move on. I want you to pause a moment and do this reflection practice. It's easy to see the suffering loss. But not so easy to gain. Reflect on a time when you gain something you wanted but now you no longer have it. Think of how you feel when you gain did. And then think how you felt when you lost. Status insignificant are another to Woodley. Concerns that confronts us in the core survived daily lives. Status comes in various forms such as celebrities and politicians. Are you may be highly regarded within your profession. Or even a well respected what his teacher. Whatever the status you can become attached to your public image on the stage that goes with it. If we do not want to be famous. We still need to be looked upon the best possible lying. I'm show if we're honest we all like compared to status because who wants to feel unimportant. looked. I expect we have dreamt to fifteen minutes of fame. look at reality TV to say that's trae. Some people world superstars. Another's adjust well known in their backyards but whatever your status, it's important to see it as a fleeting thing. Very few people stay famous all of their lives for most is only a few years. Sir To hold onto famous of it. Something tangible. He's going to bring you suffering. Remember status is just someone's perspective. You may fail a person is very highly regarded, but for me, I've never even heard of them. To cling onto the notion of being famous is a fool's game. Once. We have reached the top. There's only one way to God. Again. Pose here and do a reflection practice. Reflect on your status. Is it just a projection or is it something solid impairment? I'm sure you'll see that the subjection nothing tangible. So by holding onto it, you'll causing yourself emotional and psychological suffering.
AOC met more than 400,000 young potential voters on their own turf: Twitch
"Holy cow On Tuesday this week, Congress person Alexandria Kaze O Cortez undertook a socially distant get out the vote effort through the streaming platform twitch. Her pitch opened the three hour plus event and closed it to first things first. If you are able to vote we are here I will vote dot com. Make sure that you make your voting plan and if you can't vote if you're under the age of 18 make sure you talk to someone that can vote and try toe direct them. Tie will vote dot com. And make sure that they get their voting plan in place. But 400,000 plus viewers hadn't pulled up posies first twitch stream to hear her pitch. They were mainly their toe. Watch her game. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Oh, Mike, I knew it. The first term representatives first kill in the game among us, which has lately become popular among videogame streamers, some of whom joined her that evening. Rosie is that Is that weird to just call you AOC? No, Romeo. See Mike pence. OK, call me I Iove you guys. All right, though many have politicked on social media before. The old school playbook of the ground game and TV ads still dictate the 21st century campaign. But from the cove it era emerges a new playbook, according to the verge political reporter, mechanic Kelly and in that book Tuesdays Livestream marks a landmark event. McKenna. Welcome to the show. Hey, it's great to be here. So the stream was a massive success as Faras viewership goes, but it was also billed as a get out the vote effort. Do we know how successful that Wass At the peak point of the stream folks of the DNC were saying that they were getting the most referrals to the website? Two. I will vote dot com than they ever have. Do We know how money that Wass I was not able to get a specific figure. But during the vice presidential debate they bought fly will vote dot com And then when Taylor Swift Said that she was going to endorse Joe Biden they bought Taylor will vote dot com So there have been huge referrals to this link before and saying that the stream was bigger than say. That huge viral moment with the fly, and Taylor Swift, who is arguably one of the most famous celebrities in the world, says a lot Now, a lot of folks weren't going to sit through the entire thing. But there were moments that were clipped and put on Twitter or YouTube. Like when AOC talked about socialized medicine with H Bomber guy, you go to the doctor and you say I have this problem, and then they prescribe you medicine and then you just go pick it up. That's it. And then you go home. And you Google how much it would have cost in America. Oh, my God. Later he kills her. I'm actually a bit heartbroken, but, hey, life is cheap. Can you talk about that moment, so people and users on twitch our custom to diving in and out and jumping in the chat and chatting for a little bit and then maybe going watching on TV or some other video so unimportant part? Of the twitch culture is the clips function. And when people do catch something interesting those clips in those conversations Khun Go viral and reach even bigger audiences on Twitter on Facebook on YouTube than they ever could on twitch because which of course, is live. But these clips will last forever. Now. Polygon Senior Editor Patricia Hernandez wrote this week that it wasn't just about organizing and savvy. This was fandom. Those hundreds of thousands of viewers included thousands of stands, referring in this case to the AOC diehards. For people who you know, aren't as hep to the jive as I am. Stan is a term that's drawn from the title of an Eminem song. Right, Right. My girlfriend jealous because I've talked about 24 7, but you don't know him like I know you slim. No one does. You don't know what it was, like people like us growing up for me, man. I'll be the biggest fan. You'll ever lose yours, then. Yes, we could be together. When it comes Tio stand culture with pop culture and movies and television. Oftentimes people will draw fan art of their favor. Characters and people were doing that for a OSI in 2018, and she was re posting that fan art on her instagram page. So she has been building this community of people for a very, very long time. And that's why Tuesday's stream was so successful she already had this base. There are already people who stand each bomber guy. There are already people who stand Tucson piker and poking Manet and the other folks who are on there. There was just a bunch of communities colliding in a really interesting way. And then, of course,
Drums vs. Guitars
"From the brains behind brains on it smash boom best over people with big opinions. I'm your host, Molly Bloom and you're listening to smash boom best the show where we take two things smash them together and ask you to decide which one is best today we've got a musical match up to get your toes tapping it's guitars versus drunk. This is going to be a tough one for all the music lovers out there. Team Guitar knows how to move us with a melody but team drums has the beat here to make some big decisions is our judge Kira Hello Sarah Hi I'm Cara and in today's debate Excellent, we are so happy to have you here. So before we meet the debaters, I want to check in with you and see where you stand. Do consider yourself a musical person. Not so much I used to play piano a couple years ago but as very now. What kind of is your favorite music to listen to dislike any normal prison like I like a lot of rob? R.. V. Is. And do you ever get into debates with your family or friends me and muster we both do debate but at home is really just like silly stuff like our judge is our parents of late. Okay. Then go X. mom like were arguing the will ask mom and then she'll yellow boo-hoo. So as an experienced debater, what advice you have for our debaters today honestly for me the only person that matters Jana in this debate like the only opinion is mine so. Just keep that in mind just try to touch me Make. Sure. It's like I understand what you're saying and I get it because if I don't, then it's like who else is supposed to get it. Excellent. I'm so glad you are a judge today and I think it's time to welcome our debaters to the main stage. Let's kick it off with Tommy. McNamara. WHO's here to represent team drums. Hi Tommy. Low, I'm so excited to be here. Tommy in just one sentence. Why are drums clearly, the coolest. Okay. Drums are the coolest because they combine rob power and expert precision like if the world's strongest person also had the best handwriting. Very. Nice and now let's meet Tommy's fierce opponent here to REP team guitar. It's Rosie Dupont Hirose Rosie. Hi, Molly. So rosy yes. In a single sentence, tell us why guitars are the greatest. Here. We go. Guitars are the dogs of instruments because they're man's best friend interesting will strong opening sentiments all around almost ready to get this debate started. But first, let's review the rules of the game. Are Debaters will compete in four rounds of raucous reasoning and our judge hero will grade them on the facts and logic they used to make their case round. One is the declaration of greatness when each debater has the floor to present all the coolest things about their side. Each debater has just thirty seconds to make rebuttal. Round two is the micro around a creative challenge that both baiters have prepared for in advance. Round three is the sneak attack a surprise challenge to keep our debaters on their toes, and the last round is the final six when both sides have just six words to sway our judge. Hero will award points as we go but she won't reveal the tally and our winner until the end of the debate. All, Cure. You have two points to award this first round one for the best declaration and one for the best rebuttal. So keep track of both as you're listening, are you ready? Awesome Roseanne Tommy Are you ready. Yes. Molly I've never been more ready in my entire life. Fantastic. That means it's time for declaration of greatness. Arbitrators have come armed with the coolest facts history and arguments. We flipped a coin and Tommy you're up I it's time for you to beat the drums for well drums. Take it away drum roll please. Ladies and gentlemen we are here to honor the backbone of music the keeper of time the ruler of the rhythm drums. Drums are essential to making music fun. Don't believe me try to dance without drums always. Some instruments? Guitars. have faded from modern music but not drums rock hip pop jazz are NB. All used drumbeats most bands in America today use a standard drum kit. You know what? I'll let them introduce themselves. The Bass Drum. I'm the biggest and Lowest Roman the kit arm operated with a foot pedal. That doesn't mean you should kick me. Air I hang out in the middle of the drought kit with my two buddies. Hey I'm Tom and I'm Tom we're the Tomtoms we're twins we're deep and maybe a little Milanovic Hey, tom what does the bad drummer loses watch? He couldn't keep time. A few to let's talk symbols. Hi I'm Hi hat I'm not actually a hat I made up a few symbols on each other. I can be opener shut using effect pedal like this.
China Economy Grows 4.9% as Rest of World Struggles With Coronavirus
"It's economy grew 4.9% in the latest quarter. It may be the on ly major economy to expand this year, having recovered from the pandemic while the rest of the world deals with continued lockdowns. NPR's Emily Thing has been looking into what China's economic recovery means for the rest of the world. On a recent October afternoon visit Finova's assembly lines in southern Georgia on problems, various machine presses and quality control machines clack away that kind of sounds like a nine inch Nails song. That's Jen Ambrose, one of the engineers Finova, which makes rare earth magnets, the sort that go into the sensors for your car or help operate your iPhone. Finova, like the rest of China is backto work, Construction, manufacturing and automobiles are all booming. And that's good business for the Nova, which mostly cells to North American car plants. Here's Vice President Chirac. There goes me with short hair. You mean elimination time consumer demand is down. But because of the uncertainty about whether there might be a second wave, our clients in North America been stocking up on our components. Back in February, sweetie, it got production going in the middle of China's outbreak. He had to negotiate with dozens of villages to let his workers that have locked down and come back to work. Pressure to keep supplying his multinational clients was huge. You know, it was like a war, our director told us in critical times. If you cannot hold up your end, I'll just find someone else to replace you. Extensive testing and contact tracing have restarted China's economy despite smaller ensuing outbreaks, and so, economists estimate China's yearly GDP growth could be north of 2.5% this year, even as the rest of the world's economy will shrink by at least 4%. Differential will give Chinese companies more market share in greater economic influence from what global steel production dropped. So China share of production can only rise I estimate this year, China will be at 60% of global steel production. This's leasing Trump, the president of a state industry group in June and July, Only China was buying steel because our automobile and construction sectors quickly recovered and because China's economy is recovered earlier in Faster than that of others, including the U. S economy, Its trade surplus this year will widen even more. Michael Herson, China lead at consultancy Eurasia Group says that will exacerbate long running accusations China benefits more from the global economic order the fact that China is back up and running smoothly and in fact, some evidence against that China's actually grabbing market share in export industries will be a cause of concern for US policymakers in particular. Last year, a trade war in a difficult operating environment led some American businesses in China to consider moving some of their supply chains out. But this year, the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai's latest survey found more than 78% of respondents. Has no plans to move operations. What you're seeing now is basically China's stability premium kicking back in in the sense that COS. Now are dealing with a global pandemic and many of the places that they would move production to aren't looking So Rosie right now, China's economic recovery does have its weaknesses. Here's hallway and economics analyst at Beijing. Research from Gavin Cal Dragon Onyx overall is deal on investment from a story and where will have seen what's left behind is mainly the consumption especially for the working people related consumption, meaning there's been growth because China is building bigger factories and warehouses and making more cars. Consumer demand has been weaker. And unlike many countries, including the U. S. China has not given cash payments to its lowest income wage earners, many of whom have not been able to find work after the pandemic That could further throw supply and demand out of sync because the quality will widen again and will weigh down the consumption growth. But for now, China is doing all right. Question is how long it can keep it up. Emily Fang NPR News Joe down China
Ivanka Trump returns to Arizona on Sunday for campaign event
"Visits from both camps this week, we're getting another visit from the Trump campaign this weekend. Ivanka Trump is headed to Phoenix on Sunday to hold a make America Great Again Campaign event. It's being presented as a conversation with Ivanka. It'll be happening on Sunday at 4 P.m.. The Trump campaign still hasn't released the exact location. The president's daughter was in Arizona less than a month ago. Meeting with governor do see and local business leaders and even Ben time working at a phone bank with Latinos for Trump.
Kellyanne Conway says she tested positive for COVID-19
"House, the list of those testing covert positive getting longer. In addition to first lady Melania Trump in the president's counselor, Hope Hicks. Former Trump Advisor Kellyanne Conway says she's tested positive and at least one junior West Wing employees as also tested positive. Dave Packer, ABC News
Unpacking Palantirs Public Debut: CEO Alex Karp
"This is squawk pod I'm CNBC producer Katie Kramer today on our podcast. unpacking Pailin, tear the high profile highly secretive software company has operated quietly for seventeen years and it's finally on the public markets. And -ticipant I I think for maybe the past ten years CEO Elon on why it it took. So long my lawyers will shoot me what I can tell you is we are very very focused on building software a longtime before other people building and how he expects to become profitable with a small, but mighty and mighty controversial of customers. Well, how can you have the Super Valuable Company? They're only a hundred and twenty-five customers to which I respond. Yeah. But one, hundred, twenty, five most. Interesting institutions in the world I would ask people who are watching this to make a list of the institutions they admire in the world, and then roughly figure out if they're using pounder that interview plus the politics behind listing journalist Joanne Lipman fits a company that is very, very closely aligned with the trump administration. There's a huge question here about what happens if trump does not win the presidency it's Thursday October first October twenty twenty the year is still twenty twenty squawk pot begins right now. Good morning and welcome the squawk box right here on CNBC. I'm Andrew Ross Sorkin along with Joe Kernan Becky off today. Today on the PODCAST volunteer goes public analytics company that is usually described as secretive debuted yesterday the direct listening selling new shares on the New York Stock Exchange covered live on CNBC how tears for trading why secretive well here is named after magical orb and Lord of the Rings. But in seventeen year history, it hadn't made much public volunteer received early funding from the venture arm of the CIA and provide software products designed to crunch numbers. One of these programs is called Gotham and it's for government clients. Who Need to organize an understand massive amounts of data. So surveillance predictive policing, possibly rooting out potential terrorism threats, Pailin tear works with US Army Navy Department of Homeland Security and it's working with health and human services to help track the spread of Corona virus case data that we just recorded. We can immediately narrow into emerging hotspot counties, notable backers of talent tear include investor, and Co founder Peter Thiel who has gotten attention for his conservative politics and support of president trump in the two thousand, sixteen campaign. Evening. I'm Peter Thiel I'm not a politician, but neither is donald trump as well as his work technology companies. He was facebook's first big investor other pollen tear backers include wall streeters like Hanlon and Stanley Druckenmiller when talent tear filed paperwork with the SEC to pursue publising listing earlier this year it's called the swan event is finally got a sense of the books turns out pollen tear had never turned a profit and. A, huge chunk of its revenue came from its three biggest clients which are anonymous in the first six months of twenty twenty. It's revenue of nearly half a billion dollars a big jump from the year before this was addressed by pollen tear CEO, Alex Carp investor roadshow, which true to carbs personality, and true to the weirdness of twenty twenty was virtual and started on cross country skis. Welcome to Powell, tears investor day. We're very proud to have you here. Carp is an Orthodox for a CEO. He has amazing curly hair. He uses the modifier super allot super cool and speaking to potential investors. He made the pitch for the importance of Pailin tears purpose. This way of looking at the world war literally savior situation and in many cases Save Your Life Allen to has moved beyond. Just government clients fifty-three percent of its customers are in the private sector big name businesses who use a software program called foundry include Airbus Merck Ferrari and United Airlines but it's work for governments here and others around the world stuck to its reputation allentown faced criticism from privacy groups and for its work with the US Customs and border. Patrol. Tracking immigrants at the border. But Carp in the company not backed off in. That s one filing the leader of this highly valuable tech uniform said, Pailin tears work is different in his view software missions to keep safe may have become controversial but companies built on advertising dollars are commonplace and carp took aim at big tech culture directly writing quote our company was founded in Silicon Valley. But we seem to share fewer and fewer of the technology sectors, values and commitments. Helen tear moved its corporate headquarters to Denver and its shares headed to Wall Street. If you think, we are going to change our internal culture drastically if you think we're going to work with regimes that are not allied with the US enter abusing human rights if you think. that. That the future is going to be a super rosie place where the past ways of supplying software are going to work because enterprises and governments do not need to be reformed you should not invest in pounder. Andrew. Ross Sorkin has interviewed Alex Carpet number of times. This conversation was reported Wednesday yesterday right after the first trade for here on the New York. Stock Exchange. We've had lots of conversations over the years. This has been probably one of the most highly anticipated offerings or listings in a very long time. Almost every year that we would talk in Davos I would invariably ask you are you going to go public? Are you gonNA list and invariably you wouldn't. So let's start with why now? Well, first of all, thank you for having me and I and I really would like to thank all the pound tyrians who stuck with us and built this company and our investors you're stuck with us and you know over the years we've been skeptical about listing and for lots of reasons, we really needed to build our products. With enough protection so that we would be ready to launch them into the public space. And we built we built out PG government and foundry product and and built a way to maintain them so that we wouldn't have to scale the number of people and. You know we've reached a base where where our company's very significant and we believe being in the public space will help us with our clients and help us grow and quite frankly I believe the people apparently who built this company over seventeen years. Deserved a access to liquidity. So we we decided this would be great time for us and so far. It's been a really interesting process and and our clients are embracing it. So it's a really good time for us and I'm very, very grateful. Outlets. The single biggest question that investors ask about this company is seventeen years in while you know may have an operating profit, the company unto itself is still not profitable. So so walk us through what the path to profitability looks like. Well, you know we build these products years before people build them, and that takes money and what you see in the cove it pandemic crisis is we had built this way of going to market with foundry, which would allow us to literally supply an enterprise with a completely new stack of products within six hours and maintain them. And what you saw when we did that is we grew the company forty, nine, percent, forty, nine percent off of a seven, forty, three base and the divergence between expenses and in growth is dramatic. And we're just going to be very very focused on on an invigorating, our software offering. But when you're growing forty-nine percent off of a seven forty base. I think that's a pretty strong indication of what the future could hold and we're super proud of that and I think you're seeing that people are taking a look at our financials and our our company is often been used viewed as complex and. Needing explanation both moral and financial but it turns out our financials are quite simple and you look at this dramatic growth with flat lining expenses and I think that gives investors comfort and it certainly makes me feel as. Co Founder and CEO that we made the right decision to invest heavily over well over a decade in building software, the way other people don't to build it and you see the results do you think the profitability is at twenty twenty, two, proposition twenty, twenty, three proposition can I put you on that? Well, you you can push me but of course, my lawyers will shoot me I can tell you what I can tell you is we are very very focused on building software a time before other people building, supplying it and I think that are year I. First Half of the year growth will be reflective of the future and if I'm right. That will answer all of your interesting questions and we'll be interviewing. You'll be interviewing me again maybe not a Davos but virtually, and we'll see how we do. Confident confident we'll do well. Alex, one of the other questions people ask is how to comp your company meaning what are the comparable should this be considered a technology company as SAS company or should this could be considered a much more traditional consulting company? Can you speak to that? Well I think what the investors are seeing is they're asking the question at this point they used to ask is this is this a company that built software for the government and how do they build it? Of course we always sold this as a license. Then they saw our margins of the first half of the year round eighty percent. So I think the real debate now is. Move significantly away from is this software services because although people think we're very smart, we're not smart enough to get eighty percent margins off of a services company. The question then is, how do you comp it and honestly I think that's something investors will have to figure out. We're not focused on that we're focused on we are going to be the most important software company in the world. And people will figure out what valued over a long period of time and we're very comfortable with investors toying around it could be like this. It could be like that. We are going to deliver the best software. With the morals most efficient way of delivering it investors will decide what's that. What's that were is worth to them and I think you'll find a number of years that will be a consensus. Palette. Here is a truly special software company that is arguably the most important software company in the world. Alex has everybody knows You have contracts with various government agencies, obviously and some of the bluest of the blue chip companies in America today, but it's a concentrated list of about one hundred and twenty-five companies. About Twenty eight percent of the revenue actually comes from three of those clients unto themselves. Two thirds of the revenue comes from the top twenty. How much of a risk does that pose on one side but also when you think about the opportunity on the other, if we're having a conversation like this in in twelve or twenty, four months, how much do you want that list to increase in size or do you just want to keep that group effectively and a effectively raise the margin or cost for those clients? And grow that business. Well, we want to do all the we're going to do all of the above. So interesting about our client list people people ask, well, how can you have the super? Valuable Company they're only one hundred and twenty-five customers to which I respond but one hundred and twenty-five most interesting institutions in the world. These aren't just any institutions. The literally, I would ask people who are watching this to make. A list of the institutions they admire in the world and then roughly figure out if they're using, we don't go out and advertise our product, but I would say the list of our clients is the single most impressive institutions in the world I've ever seen we. So we want to keep these clients. Also investors will of noticing in the one that well over ninety percent of our growth in the first half of the. Year came from our existing clients. What does that mean our existing clients? The most important clients in the world are really happy that's what it means. So of course, we're going to expand those really happy clients who happen to be the coolest people on the planet, and then we've built this product which has gotten very little attention called Apollo Apollo allows us to maintain and deliver software to any number of clients with essentially. Not growing our our force apparent and force at all. So we're planning now that we have Apollo to grow the number of super cool customers all over the world, and we can do it without raising our headcount, and so what you're going to see is we're going to continue building with our clients why they're the most interesting clients in the world and they clearly based on our numbers like us and some of us. We are going to expand our client base. Why? Because now with Apollo, we can deliver the whole stack in six hours. I don't think any other company I've ever seen in the world can do that, and we can do with efficiencies that I don't know any other companies going to do because we can do this with a small number of people sitting in our office that we have maintaining, updating and providing them with new products we built. So they don't have the Frankenstein monster that takes two years to build and has to be maintained with either human hours like in the government contracting case or by purchasing new product or compensating sales people or behind. It people you don't even talking to you can actually buy one stack. So we are going to increase revenue with current customers, get new customers and continue our march. Alex how easier heart is because I know you've talked about trying to keep things in in terms of the platform if you will how he's your heart it for four clients to leave in terms of the churn. Well, as I mentioned, ninety, five percent of our revenue comes from existing customers. So customers, obviously if a customer wants to leave they, can I think the main reason our customers stay besides the fact that the output is very significant as they look at this product, we supply foundry the average customers paying less than six million dollars and they compare it to buying twenty products paying ongoing licensing. Fees. You can't get out of or building something over years, and the last thing they compare it to is we're not delivering a roadmap. Most people are living roadmap of what are you going to get in a year we're delivering a product after six hours so customers can leave. But what you see in the numbers is they by and large don't, and it's not because of my charming personality. Alex well, let me ask you a different question. We've had lots of fascinating geopolitical and philosophical questions about the role of technology and Pailin tear itself as well as the approaches silicon valley has taken. I'm curious in terms of risks how you think about this Amnesty International as you know, criticized, the company recently for its role of working with ice. How much of that does that pose a risk to the larger business? Especially, the corporate business at a time when we have corporations at taking both political positions and also being oftentimes being socially at activist. To Your Business Well, look the fact that we take positions that are sometimes controversial can cost. US clients. But it also gets us. Clients because when we talked to a client and we say look we're going to work with you. We're not gonNA walk away just because the winds change and this is super important especially to our government clients if you're supplying special forces and army and the US, those clients have to know that they will not be left on the battlefield. Because a because Silicon Valley has decided they don't like the warfighter. So of course that costs revenue many of our decisions of cost US revenue we only work in certain countries we've walked away from work because if human rights issues we've said, we disagree with very prominent human rights organizations and we engage in dialogue but also by the way is a reason why I Think people who are watching this may consider investing or not investing. We are not going to stand up here and say we're for everybody we're not going to pretend, and by the way we're going to try avoid jargon. We will actually tell you what we think it's not going to be created by fifty media people it may have to be carried by a couple. Of Lawyers but one of the unique things about power tears, we actually say things and we actually stick to them and that's something not everyone likes but many of our customers do and by the way I think it is a reason why ninety five percent of our revenue comes from customers because when we tell them, we're going to deliver we are going to deliver. Alex. One of the other questions now you all republic company. But as you know, you have three tiers of stock classes of shares that is and to some degree there have been critics who said, this is effectively a private company masquerading as a public company. Can you speak to the decision to structure the shares the way that they are structured and how governance experts and folks should think about that I think it's important for government experts to look and make an deliver opinion but I would also ask them to consider the environment we live in pound tear has been in silicon valley up till recently for seventeen years and in silicon. Valley. Defending the. warfighter providing our troops with technology that allowed them to come home is very controversial. I do not believe a company like ours that makes really consequential decisions for government clients and non-government clients could be run without an F. share structure and I understand there's criticisms investors look and say, well, why should talent you're having F. structure? What is my? What is my what? What can I do if? I don't agree with them. The primary reason why we fought for an structure and we asked investors to buy into it was we need to be able to go to our especially our Intel and defense clients and say, we will not just blow with the wind. And does shares for a company like ours gives us a unique ability to have long-term commitments to the most important clients in the world, both commercial and government, and that's why I believe they're super important, and I also again would encourage people if that's not something you're comfortable with there are many shares to buy. We don't have to buy challenge your shares. You should buy shares knowing that these shares reflect our views. Alex we've often had these conversations in Davos where globalization has ruled the roost but as you know so well, the world seems to be shifting to a globalized world, a splinter net if you will. How do you think long term that will affect the business of here We made this decision, which is actually a secret only because no one believes it's true which is that we didn't solve the problem of fighting terrorism. We solve the problem of doing data protection and fighting terrorism, and the architecture we built both PG and for foundry will allow a super set to work with subsets, which means if the world's splinters and every country has its own jurisdictions, it's GonNa be very hard for normal software companies because they're not built to do that but it's going to be very good for Palette here and finally Alex. Decision five years from now today. How would you measure success? Here, what would be the metrics which measure it? We know they're there obviously financial metrics but I'll tell you Powell cheer has recruited and retained I believe the most interesting most talented most ethical people I've ever met and we work I've interacted with thousands of institutions and in five years when meet I think he'll say to me. Wow, that wasn't just you saying that because it was the right thing to say it's actually true. And the products that will build over that period we'll we'll. We'll be unique and they will tilt the course of history. In favor of things that are good and noble. And will not avoid the complexity that's necessary to do that outlets. Carpool. You lots of luck and we do look forward to having that conversation hopefully in five years. But hopefully sooner than that. Thanks so much Alex.
The new streak continues: Atlanta Braves win third consecutive NL East title
"Center Make it three in a row for the Braves Azazi. Azazi. Albee's Albee's drives drives the the first first pitch pitch deep deep towards towards center center Martin Martin Back Back Get Get over, over, Rosie Braves hit five home runs and route to it. 11 1 win over the Marlins, giving Atlanta Ah third straight National League East title. You know, you're the nationally East champions. I mean, that's a big deal. And you have to do that in order to get your give yourself a chance to do something else. Phrase manager Brian Snitker. I'm very proud of the club, the coaches, the strength staff, the trainers. Every year. You know know everybody everybody everybody involved. involved. involved. I I I mean, mean, mean, it's it's it's a a a It's It's It's a a a definite definite definite organizational organizational organizational award award award right right right now. now. now. Five Five Five games games games left left left in in in the the the regular regular regular season, season, season, then then then the the the playoffs playoffs playoffs began began began a a week week from from
"rosie o. b" Discussed on The Power Trip
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"rosie o. b" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
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"rosie o. b" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Was like old times with Brennan eight years though. It was a newborn baby. Isn't that wild extremely as it goes so quick? He used to be where he was your producer right like every day saw that guy so that guy every day. He's the smartest guy in the room. Is that the genius. I don't know why would not my life would not be what it is without that guy. He knew everything when it right a question about anything political write in the answers and everything or mendes asset film politics works. I can only think about myself most of the time well as a comedian is my job. How are you holding up over there pretty good? I got three kids here with me which is interesting. Yeah Twenty Year. Old a seventeen year old and a seven year old. Oh my God that's kind of a full-time Hassle love trying to get what each of the needs for their age range. And they're all matt you know have you. Have you ever had this kind of bonding time with these kids until this time? No Way Age when they were little of course by not like now when they don't have a choice but to be home with Mommy. Oh my God so is are you. Are you learning new things well? My daughter started painting. You know I paid to Lila's art studio in the garage. Share started painting. I'm very impressed with what she's doing. You know totally added frustration. She's doing it seeing how you WANNA say. Hello say hi. It's Marc Maron doesn't great podcast. You Love Cold Wet Ninian. Hi How are you nice to see you? Yeah yeah insured of it. That's why I want to go to the second now to eat. Whatever you get me something I was trying to think back on. Why am we missed each other over the last three decades? How how is it possible that I never met you? I know it's so weird I was thinking back. Did I ever work with you? Like in San Francisco. I was at San Francisco. I just I know that like I. I was in Boston in eighty eight. That's when I started really working professionally and I think I missed you on the stand up spotlight by year two because when I did it. Was Bobby Gallons so. I didn't get to do it when you were there. But when did you start doing standup when I was sixteen? I was in a comedy Show that you do to make fun of the teachers. Every year there was a guy who's older brother will stand up comic. He was the youngest by law. And His was Richard Did you know him? Yeah he was. He owned a comedy club. Psychology Club of one judd appetite. Mom worked yes okay and so that was like my home club. It was about twenty minutes from my house and I started working there when he came over to be at the Shell and said. You're going to be a standup. I said no I'm going to be on Broadway and he's well running. Start doing stand up and people would see you for Broadway and I thought that might be a good way to get seeing you always Broadway fan when you were a kid. Yes very much. My mother had every Broadway cast album. We weren't allowed to touch. But you put them out on first special nine of like Oklahoma or South Pacific year. How many kids were there? The middle of the middle of sit around and saying listen. Well not say so much. Thank you could tell what mood. She was in by what she would. You know you could telling we coming home from school. If you hear something sand like hello darkness my old friend the sound of silence. She would be like a God. I was like seven years old and I knew we're in trouble now but I I worked a lot for for so many years. I started off the road when I was eighteen. They went to be you and I started working at the connection. Playing Sam's and the Dick played against in the basement berry. Cats is room and editing. How towards the end or was it thriving still? It was lenny clocks big night and he put me on selling anytime. Nice him he used to do like he he would he would host a show he do like forty five minutes in between acts he really couldn't problems like a king over there and can understand feeling like because they still kind of a king over there. I think I don't know what's left of the place but you didn't. Wasn't your goal really to to stay in stand up. You'd really did the thing you did. The road yet. Light College. I I gotTa do this full-time and see if I can make a living doing this. And so I started getting road games and then when I was eighty four. It was twenty two years. Old and McMahon's daughter happened to be in the east side comedy club and I just was doing a spot and she came over to me and said my dad's Ed McMahon. I want you to be on the Star. Search show thinking. Data's McVeigh in Huntington Long Island. Yet was I got on star. Search don't might open my person to pretty much headliner in the middle of the country. And wh when you were doing that where you just a person that kind of like did you improvise. Did you have a whole schtick or did you just riff for what you from work in so many years from eighteen to twenty two so four years solid on the road? I had like a good thirty five minutes and then as you chop it up on star search. It's show number seven. You screwed on my friends who are comics. What can you give me man? I need something. I'm going out there with not an important stuff. Gave me like a little one liners and who did genetic barber. She didn't remember yeah. I kinda do shoemaker though. Yeah yeah sure. They love master the low master right me some stuff. The comics that I was friends with way back that you know it was a big deal again on star search was there was only the tonight show and a woman wasn't getting on there right so when you did when you were away from home though a your parents just sign off on you doing this. Well I didn't have a loan Monday when I was ten and my dad was kind of not really. You know an influence of our what we did. We were all pretty good kids. We were all class president. We were all you know popular high school kids but he didn't have any say in sort of what I decided but when I think now that he led a seventeen year old Idaho to congregate like wars. My kids go to the mall without falling me. Every twenty minutes you know very little parental guidance. In our childhood growing up it was sort of five of us. Just kinda sticking together like this. You know was he just passive or he just what you know. It's a really serious mental illness stuff his family's and suicides a lot of alcoholism and I arranged dark Irish stuff if he was he actual immigrant. Yeah he came over what he was very little with. Some of his brothers and sisters in my grandmother came over. I with some of the little kids than my grandfather came over with the rest of them. 'cause he was like one of eight kids so I I love Ireland. Like I'm a Jew and I and I have this weird attraction to the place and I love going there. Have you gone there and tried to feel where? What what is that historic darkness? I don't get it really. Is You just read O.`Neil? Yeah but it's it's so beautiful there and there's such a uniform although the weather sometimes gets you down but there is that whole my whole family like that that I know fighting depression all the time kind of feeling you get over there. I think and the way everyone deals with it of course is alcohol right now so there's a tremendous amount of alcohol abuse and all that comes with that. When my mother died my father took five kids to Northern Ireland. I was just there. Yeah I was at one thousand nine hundred ninety three. It was the height of the troubles in Belfast. And that's where he took us to go. My mother died. Thanks Dad was an exciting trip now. Impact they didn't have known. And we all WANNA built and they didn't kids didn't drink milk drink tea. Everything was burnt. Food was horrible. I wouldn't eat it. We were crying all the time. I don't know when he was at goodness to be found over there then is that where he was from. Yes I was just there. It's it's it's heavy weather up there with or without troubles. I mean the M just nature is it tosses you around. Yeah I went there for that show. Who Do you think you are when you bring a relative and you find out about your family. Oh Yeah Yeah took my brother any and we went there and we went to the you know my great grandmother was always saying to Sto. Put Me in the Florida. House now was thinking look. She talked about the house. Then I went there and saw the my God. I didn't even know this was real. When she died we went. She lived in our house and we went into Haroo by my dad went into her room and found like fifty years of checks from the government that she had cashed and just put the envelope back in the drawer in her in a room ended up with like thirty two thousand dollars which our family was the unloaded and we bought a plymouth. Laurie Oh nice yeah. Am Radio Yup. She didn't she didn't cash them. She didn't cash them. She just put all these checks and now it was crazy to find afterwards. It was like a fortune like Agatha Christie mystery what was Nanna Julian with all the central. So do you find that you I mean what's your battle with depression on a day-to-day basis in one thousand? Nine hundred ninety nine eight for Electric Columbine. I went on Nets and going to shrink really since I was like twenty and every one of them pretty much advise me going immense Irish thing of you know you just put yourself from bootstraps and it's not that bad. Don't you dare laundry in public? Love was a thing in our family right more dirty laundry but I have a great therapist. I have a great psychopharmacologists. I know that I will never be all right that right. It is the fixed that was needed. And then I have at least a tool to stay above water. You know when I get sort of sucked down the last few days. I've been sleeping a law. My daughter sent me Mommy Getting Sad. I thought okay. It's time to pick up a notch in my prevent- prevent the suck from billing all the way down right right right. And what what what is. The diagnosis was bipolar.
"rosie o. b" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Not return or lease friendliness. Instead she bluntly asked Ruis y she cheated in Boston. It had been over three years but the wound was still fresh. Caro- wanted answers had no interest in telling the truth. She repeated which he'd always said she didn't cheat she ran the whole race. She'd won legitimately and she planned to run it again. Kenro was surprised and insulted by wheezes continued dishonesty and lack of remorse so she abruptly ended. The conversation shook her head and walked away. Like Jacqueline Garo. The sport of long distance running couldn't so easily move past the story of Rosie Ruiz. The we scandal was in the words of one runner. The end of the Sports Age of innocence the beloved public aspect of marathons the fact that a world famous athlete leg. Jacqueline Gero ran on the same course at the same time as an amateur like Rosie. Ruiz was now considered a flaw in the system. In the years after Rosie Releases Win The New York and Boston Marathons added significant new security measures more checkpoints. More cameras and more scrutiny. On each and every runner some marathons split runners into two separate races. One with elite competitive runners and won with amateurs eventually races also began inserting tracking chips in the runners shoes to make sure that no one could ever again. Paul a Rosie Ruiz. There were also however positive consequences of reasons actions as she predicted the nonstop news coverage of the controversy made many people pay attention to women's running. For the first time Ruiz's tainted victory may have been a loss of innocence for the sport but it also put it on the cultural map in a way that little else could female participation in the Boston marathon nearly doubled in the two years after wheezes win in nineteen eighty four or the summer games in Los Angeles. The Olympics added a women's marathon event for the first time in history. Jacqueline Garrone competed for Canada but didn't finish due to an injury in the midst of all this change that she helped create rosie. Ruiz stayed quiet in Florida. Happy to remain out of the spotlight or leases life. However remained turbulent Ruiz's relationship with her husband Vivas was rocky. The two of them fought constantly ruis later blamed their marital problems solely on political differences. She was liberal and conservative. Though there were likely other issues at play. Their marriage disintegrated the course of the next two years. In August of one thousand nine hundred five they separated and Ruis moved to West Palm Beach to live with her mother. Reza's tendency to get into trouble followed her to her new home getting her into conflicts with multiple landlords three of whom sued to evict her for breaking her lease. She bounced through a series of jobs working as a public notary and later. Starting your own cleaning service with two other women. Business only lasted a couple of years but release of course managed to take full advantage of every park. She could she even managed to live rent free at a palm beach cottage and exchange or cleaning services in one thousand nine hundred thirty five year. Old Rosie Ruis got a job at the laboratory corporation of America as a client representative. She met a woman named Margarita. Alvarez by the early nineteen nineties the two of them became romantically involved in one thousand nine hundred ninety three forty year. Old Ruis moved into Alvarez House into question Florida by the mid Nineties Rosie. Ruiz found some stability in her life. In lab core and INTO CUESTA. She finally managed to stay in one place after a lifetime of constant turbulence. She raised three sons with Margarita and beyond a handful of traffic violations remained. Mostly out of trouble. Ruis kept her Boston Marathon medal in storage because looking at it made her melancholic still every year. In mid April. She watched the race throughout the two decades following the nineteen eighty Boston marathon. Countless journalists attempted to finer weeds but none were successful in getting an interview. She kept her married name even after her. Divorce FROM ECHO VIVAS. Making it easier for her to stay hidden in one thousand nine hundred eight. A reporter from the Palm Beach Post finally managed to track her down by talking to co workers at Labcorp when Ruis heard about the reporter. She finally broke her silence including telling her co workers that she was indeed the famous. Rosie Ruiz even with her secret out. Ruis remained careful about how she interacted with reporter. She refused to meet them. In person only confirmed her identity by dropping off a reason photo at a public location or the reporter to pick up later when the reporter finally made contact over. The phone release was ready to tell her side of the story. After eighteen years as it turned out her story hadn't changed. She still claimed that she had run the whole race and deserve the medal as blame the entire controversy on politics. She said the race organizers and fans wanted the favorites like Jacqueline Guerrero to win and disqualified her because they were embarrassed that an amateur beat them also claimed that her later legal issues were the result of misunderstandings and bad luck. According to Ruis her cocaine dealing arrest was the result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time in a type statement there were we sent to the reporter after the interview or we promised that she would run again and this time she vowed there would be no mistake about her abilities after the interview in Nineteen Ninety Eight Rosie. Ruiz successfully slipped back into anonymity. She refused to talk to anyone else about her past. She never did run again. Rosie died on July eight. Two Thousand Nineteen after ten year battle with cancer or death was only reported on after journalists recognized. Her photo in a digital obituary published quietly on the Internet. The obituary made no reference to her maiden name nor to her brief running career in the decades since the nineteen eighty Boston marathon. Jacqueline Guiraud developed empathy for the struggles that we went through and ultimately forgave her after his death Garo posted a facebook tribute calling her a great woman. Who made some mistakes? She thinks that the entire saga of Rosie ries makes a good lesson. Cheating will never give you satisfaction and it's also simply.
"rosie o. b" Discussed on Sports Criminals
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"rosie o. b" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Holy Shit Oh my God I your social media feed all these videos of after the interview just doing this I I just I just I don't I I just I was because it was like and I'm still just doing that. Actually I mean she. She is the pinnacle of the people. We wanted to interview and trailblazer and every once in a while I would be sitting there then I would just look like us talking Rosie O'Donnell Donald Right now now it's really fantastic. And she was great and she was so old and Josie. Thanks for opening an opening up and just trailblazing and just do we have for all. The things just didn't know where she's an important person in our parenting journey and many other. I thought was really incredible. was her saying that she told executives before like they could have just said. We're not doing that. Show I know they could have very well. That's too risky. It was so Rizzi. Then yeah I just forget about all the fannies roll just ball fuck. Yeah and just like what an amazing mazing person to just open your home and just constantly being like I really do think that she would have forty seven kids so she might add more. Should probably still going on. But but I also want to say that we've been in many people's houses to record and that was by far. The quietest amazing was quiet and delightful. We were at our house. We were in Rosie o'donald south big. You should seen as on the we got there so early. We do this every time. We have a celebrity because because we have good etiquette. We want to be there on time. Obviously so when we get there early we wait outside and just stand there like Stalker. People and the doorman was watching us like taking video Jio so by the way that we still can't stop ourselves from taking social media videos like asshole. I'm in shock I am I feel woah fulfilled. I love leaving a good work. I I WANNA say like content and also like I want to say Hashtag blessed but I want to punch the faith but it's not about the Hashtag last night feel like I feel just so much like Jimmy. We have been working and we manifested this and I'm proud to listen. We're here started them. Take that end Jamie. I'm proud of us. Proud of his two should retouched. No all right. So let's let's all just take a the deep cleansing breath together and then let's keep this conversation going. We WanNa see this. Rosie o'donald started following on Instagram Day. You're not following US an instagram. Something's wrong with you. Get on there and you can get us instagram at ovaries understock. Doc Unstuck on twitter over his talk and if these ovaries could talk on the facebook the five shape. We don't forget we have a private community there. You're in the facebook. Yeah it's called these over his could talk and you can also join our Patriot community which is patron dot com slash ovaries talk and we just. We're GONNA have all kinds of extra content uh-huh we're going to have like an extended conversation about Rosie on about what the experience was like on our patron Sharar so we can't stop talking about it. Bourbon anyone wants to hear all right so I mean it's going to be our grandkids. I know Rosie O'Donnell Choudhuri Husky Mir kids And thank you to our sponsors. This is L. story worth and Zola. Thanks for helping us make our show possible. Thank you guys seriously thank you okay okay. Let's let's let's ex. Oh my God. Let's exit that was like eggs it. Let's exit interesting interesting eggs out. Caltech I can they would say all of these..
"rosie o. b" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"It's been Hon. Son All these Ye. Yeah Matt Orioles Fan. I mean who is it. I Jermaine rank Otani those time all the lesbian music I love it. Love that lesbian music. So okay so you weren't publicly out during the show and then I was leaving the show and I wrote a book called find me write about my life and about an adoption agency that I had uh-huh and what of the specific cases that I got involved with of all the cases the hundreds of cases of people calling for information about adoption placement of children. This one just sort of caught my eye and it turned out to be a woman with associated identity disorder and so that book came out and in that book was just the reference Prince of just mentioning Kelly. Just talking about right. It wasn't like a big outing announcement but what happened was nine eleven happened right before the moon came out and I felt so bad publicizing it. It felt like in this will. Yeah you'RE GONNA and my book and let me tell you about my sad childhood. We see people jumping coming out of the bill. Yes right. I felt like the timing was really awful about that and then I wrote another book celebrity detox but by that time I was out so after my show I had never showed my kids on TV and after nine eleven that day I did I just felt like you never know when the world's GonNa Right take take away everything that you love and you better. You know claim your love for for who you do so I remember. I showed them on that. And that was like a big turning point in my life but but I didn't know how to sort of live with it. I went onstage sometimes. Doing stand up and I try to bring it up or I try to bring it up with John Daniel who was also gay and we both. What kind of didn't know the language of how you talk about being gay in a society in Nineteen Ninety six? When nobody was talking about it they earn? Things have come a long long way. We talk a lot about what it's like for the kids but I feel like for your kids. It's I mean you're so famous that it's like you being gay. Just like a drop in the hat like your Rosie O'Donnell it's I don't know how much more like affected by the trump stuff. Yeah they're much more affected by you know like my daughter will say mom. Did you have after say what I saw it on the news. I'm like honey. has a time where everybody is going to be. Asked what they did to try to fight us and this man. It'd be proud of me when I hey pre Germany Hitler. Everyone needs to be awaken on their toes. You know And those with the microphone have duty to speak to it. I think you know What do you think about like Lgbtq families and where we are with the administration and where things are right now well this administration? You can't look at it for anything can look to it for any policy. You know all it is is sort of hatred and bigotry and prejudice. And then when you when they're able to violate the civil rights of people who are in the armed forces who are transient and they're able to say we don't want you back after serving or we want to strip Tribu of you. I mean it's really unbelievable. Yeah and this was a guy who was not particularly anti-gay before he got in there he goes with whatever current he feels is GonNa be the big winner the big. He has no kind of standing ground morals in any shape. It's just about staying in power for him. It seems like yeah. I don't know what's going to happen when he gets impeached. And then you know he doesn't go down without a fight. I mean we saw it on the view when you were on the view and you guys had that feud yeah. That was my first notice. Chris how crazy that man is honestly aren't you. You unearth something. Well I told the truth. And that's the thing that gets him the most because he doesn't ever well in what I looked up up on wikipedia all was available at my fingertips it wasn't like I had to do Ronan. Farrow investigative journalism to find out the facts about it was available to any single reporter from the moment. He went down those escalators steps and condemned Mexicans rapists. That was at the beginning of the end. And so when I said what I said it was quite a shock to him and the vengeance with which he retaliated was like a decade eight long. Yeah no I know it's still going going remember. I feel like the only green is that. He's stopped attacking you because he's attacking everyone else. That's ask still find ways to do it. He'll still win. He did as race. Whatever you call women cows and pigs and dogs and horrible and he goes nope only Rosie O'Donnell and the vet `bout that that's hurtful was the laughter and he's like he has the ability to change change the public perception of whoever he wants yeah he can take Bill Taylor today ambassador and diminish him and deride him and fifty years years of public service yet right any person that goes against him he fabricates? Yeah you lies and lies and lies and it's very interesting thing to be affiliated or connected with the most evil man that's ever held the office I think. How did this get to be my life to leave one of his main targets really really and today the first one the call out yes J. The original whistle blower of trump? There you go. That's something to take right down in the books. Yeah what does He. I don't really know much that he's done for gay families or even talked about them or even now. He wrapped himself in a rainbow L. flag during the election. During did yeah. He's letting czar ten but it doesn't matter what his beliefs what anything he's going to go with what it. What pence once pence once again? I think it's about I think it's about the base. I think he thinks the people that can keep him in office. Believe the staff and so he's just like not as big as he thinks it is. I hope nine what I believe. I used to get like some hate mail and you'd be like Oh my God what you said something about Cubans and you'd get all this eight million you find out. It's from one computer and Philadelphia right member. We go through that I was like. Oh No. We're under attack now on. It's one got sitting in his house you know so. I don't think that it's as big as I think that the real American spirit is gonNA come up and I hope hope I have to believe it because the level of depression that I went through when he was elected my therapist said to me the day before. I said you know I'm going to do this. New New pilot for this showtime series. And I'm going to be alone on election night. Do I should be worried rosie. You Know Rosie. We've always. He's talked about your negative cycling. Please negatively recycling all of the blue. And she's going to win now. Europe that night. is she still your therapist now. She moved now. I have a good one so no. I'm good I'm in good hands. Happy for gay. Oh Jesus Look Nice. Tell our listeners. That are you all lesbians which you know what seems funny to a gay family the problem you Jamie. Did you know that we're in the middle of engagement season right now. That's the thing it is. Oh wait you know what and I got engaged in December right before Christmas thing right. Just think of how far we've come with gay. Marriage is taboo. Oh my God yeah for a lot of our friends who came. It was like their first wedding. And now they're like everybody's doing it but I remember how scared I was to get gay married in front of all my friends I it was like coming out all over again. This is Keri. 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"rosie o. b" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Dot com slash. Oct for twenty dollars off. Do it sister might tell inappropriate stories stories too. I never thought about that. You know that like someone asked me once. We'll you're robbing this kid of a father other way never entered. My mind never entered mine either. I was never. I wasn't close with my dad growing up so I didn't think I always always like my mom was my the world my dad so I thought well what's the difference. I don't know I didn't. I didn't enter my mind until so much more concession. A person when they asked me was completely dumbfounded. Yeah what did it ever come up with your kids. Did any of them ever hearing. Thanks Ed when I wish had daddy I said I know daddy would be great. What do you think you'd like to do is daddy with the daddy he goes? We'll play catch with the midst and stuff I go well. You are lucky because mommy is one of the really good baseball players around and let's go outside. We went and bought the midst. We went through for literally twenty minutes twenty minutes most and then he's like okay. Well you know what it wasn't that great. I was like okay and he goes. I guess I'll I just keep you stood okay. 'cause I'm not going anywhere when we was on the beach with Kelly's family when he was very young he said you know some people were talking down um by making the sand castles about it's wrong to have two mommies and not a daddy and a mommy. I said Yeah while what would that make you feel you know. And he said made me feel bad that I don't have a daddy. And what do we do about the lane I go. There is some people like that that that's how they feel he goes. I think I'm one of those people apple. It was seven years old and I was like wow I said well. That's something you're going to have to think about because if you had a mommy and daddy can. You wouldn't have me because I'm the kind of money that wants another mommy. And that's when he really thought about it and said okay. I'll just keep you. You know I was like thank the Lord I couldn't imagine hearings brings bombing next. I was so angry at Kelly's family that that amid craziness you now. Yeah that's the thing you can't control what they hear. It was so weird of a time where you couldn't really say you were gay but When you have a child you out yourself because you go go to the parents school? The even the pre K.. And you this is your partner Anne. I remember when Parker was a baby and I was on. TV and the nanny would say he would tell people at the park. Oh my mommy and my other. Mommy and Charlie and don't say that Parker say like don't tell him that he can't talk about his own life while you're on the show. We don't want people to know what to be able to pay me this. Yeah yeah that was that. Can we talk a little bit about what it was like to be out during that time because like nobody was out at that time like I mean. I wasn't outright out publicly. No but I would like exactly actly. Kelly would sit next to me and every award show. I would go with her. I would you know I. I don't know but it was Lying by Omission Commission ran away because at that time nobody thought anyone could be out and be on TV network over like just keep that to yourself. No because when I started before I took the job I said I want you to know on gay at a table full of all executives and I don't imagine that I'll ever want to talk about it because it's not like the biggest thing in my life yet. I would much rather rather help children who are in crisis than I would to use the my game Mantra whatever I just felt really pulled to children who are in crisis this because that was the hardest time in my life. It wasn't the the realization of my gayness that was so that was kind of okay but I didn't like wrestle with it like people people do also because I didn't have a mother to disappoint. Everyone says you have you. Don't WanNa look in your mother's eyes and see disappointment you know and yeah I never had that so I told my sister and my brother you know when I was a freshman in college so I was like I think I'm in love with Chrissy Lucci. You always remember yeah. She's a Norway and I just looked her up last weekend me and to find her founder and he talked to her. We'll know I sent her aurigny. Oh she still talks about you. She's like I I was to college with Rosie O'Donnell played scratch my back and that's all we did because I was still like a little. Like what do you do with this all too much. Thank you can kind of see what the beginning of it is but maybe not the next steps after that. Yes I KINDA WANNA hang Out with a lot maybe make a little bit. But then what happens to ask a little bit age and you're like who cares honey. Let's cuddle cuddle. Well yeah or you have kids and same thing. Same same you James but I still think it was really brave because at that time like in the entertainment entertainment industry like like you said people were not given out shows to people. They were not like the fact that even before the show started you sat room of executives and you're willing to like let it go if they were like like well. I wanted to make sure that they weren't going to be anti-gay in case I was out if it up right and I'm like before you spend this money because it costs a lot of money to launch show I want. I want you to know that and you can decide when I'm not here. What that means for you and your life but and then while I was on my show Ellen show was on and there was a big big thing that she was gonna come out as a lesbian? I remember thinking well our careers over is whoever was that brave to do that and then I was asked all these questions about it when I be walking on a red carpet. Or what do you think about Elon and I was like What can I say you know? How do I do that? But when she came on my show I tried to like stand by her in a lesbian sister Lee way. Yeah when she said you know. I'm Lebanese I'm like maybe I'm Lebanese to remember that. Yeah that's that's 'cause I wanted didn't want her out there alone Tori Amos Song. Your mom shows up in a nasty dress. Turnout a stand where everyone's looking at you grab hold of my hand. But I can't hear them. You have to sing it so I can find Mermaid Orme hers name still on it. I don't care because sometimes I said sometimes I wear my voice. And it's been Hon. Son All these Ye. Yeah Matt Orioles Fan. I mean who is.
"rosie o. b" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Of our girls so timeline wise for two because in my brain I think of you like this is my timeline for you. Know Rosie O'Donnell show will there's other people's take your life back back in my head during the Rosie O'Donnell show is when you had Parker and Chelsea because I remember you talking about them and I think I knew you were you. Were not then not really but what everybody kind of knew because I remember watching it and thinking I just love that. She's talking about her kids and she's gay like you. Were like the first one to do this. You are red trailblazer and I have to tell you that when we started this podcast we have about a neighborhood of like four hundred. Google docs of things we're doing and you know whatever and that we were the people were going after and the very first name that we wrote in was you. Yeah well when I heard it was a gay family planning podcast I was like I'm in. I love that. I has the family in a way that people don't as much you know. I don't see anyone with a big policy. You know kids like I do any ever made a pass. I did and Most people I know are having babies within their their unions and still very difficult. If you're are still expensive expensive yes all we tell us when we had a very easy go of it like I got pregnant pretty easily. They just put it in there. You know happened and what's up. We still paid about six grand a kid. That's a lot of money to have a baby. Yeah that's a lot cheaper than adopting adoption expenses yes and there are so many unknowns tones when it comes to adoption and that's scary when you're young you think that love can cure anything right now when you adopt babies and you know you don't know Ooh where like a plant comes up from your in your garden and you have no idea what this plant is and whether or not it can survive in this location and how to care for this kind of plant. And if they were with their birth family all those kinds of plants people know well. This is how we live. This is how we you know. So it's interesting thing to see one kid pop up as like daisy and the other kid pop up. Is You know some kind of other flower that you're either familiar with or you're not. Yeah but it's a lot scarier Gary you're now for me than it was when I was thirty and thirty three adopted Parker and I was so excited and naively idyllic. Yes I think. There's there's a real falsehood that's told about adoption that at all. You know once you adopt the kids are yours forever. And there's no bumps right no you're you're taking the bumpy road you think. I'm more bumpy than having on your own. Yes because of the primal wound that the baby feels from being separated from their mother. There's wonderful research where they you did with chimpanzees where they take the chimp away from the mother and they see what effect it has even being raised by different mother within their their area. Zoo Zoo their jungle. Whatever but it was a very profound thing that they had even a metal mother with just milk but no loving know cuddling and then they had another mother who raised as if it was their own? But I think it's a bigger challenge in some ways when you adopt. We we had like lady. You talked about that Jamila. Hello like that. Yeah that there was a separation that you no matter what there's a feeling of loss you have to deal with. Yes there's like a primal wound and at some point. Each of the younger ones now. Dakota hasn't done it yet but the younger ones like said to me at seven you know. Why didn't my mother want me and you know I always say to them? We'll look a baby. Let's look at a baby. We'd be at the mall or something as see that. Baby Gino anything about that baby now right. That's just a baby. When you know about the mommy the mommy wasn't ready to be a mommy so God looked insider tummy and figured out? There was a mixup. And he knew we had to get you to your mommy. And he's like and that's why we're a good match that's right that's why it's such a great answer is a good orange actress pop but these are the things you have to think about. Think about as an adoptive parent as and LGBTQ pair we have to have all these kinds of conversations all the time we have to have the stories stories. We have to know what we're going to say about the fact that no you don't have a dad. You have a donor you know you have to have. Yeah you have to have the narrative figured out and ready to go at anything. It's interesting because we have that with because he had a donor we that we knew it was coming you yes I was too afraid of the banks thanks. Yeah I don't know why just was but So she had a donor that she knew and viviers now very interested in you know we haven't had that like none of the other kids. Does she know who the donors. Yeah Yeah Okay. She knows we. She hasn't met him but she knows who years and she's like seeing his facebook you know but Chelsea when she got when she was sixteen sixteen went to find her birth parents. Yeah and it was kind of a tragedy. The whole thing young mothers showed up with cameras and sold the show Oh because zero zero Danica and and Chelsea was talked about on TV for awhile told everyone. I tried to kill her with a wine bottle chasing her around the house. And I'm like everyone one knows I don't run I might have liked trudge toward you slowly. Also that you wouldn't waste as the wine that's exactly right. I know what I'm doing but she left out in Chicago. I came home from Harlem apartment of a guy who was just learning to give that hat do so. That's a good plan. Thank you for telling me that. That's a good plan. Yeah okay so timeline. We keep getting district so Parker and Chelsea during the Rosie O'Donnell show and then the next one next is Blake Blake a Napa Valley still. He was one when I left the show. Okay Okay Clark. I actually remember in the last episode. I think I remember that. We gave birth to Vivian Right. Kelly gave birth. Vivian with the known donor with the known dome here and that was around forty. Okay it was that you I who was at home we have. Oh Yeah Guy came over one time it. How eighteen the day? My mother died the day that it happened to be coinciding with her. A magical her business her ovulations so We I put it in the bathroom. I put it in and it took in one day. That's right they said it was four percent chance that the dream. That's the dream. We live the dream he sure did. And then we got this beautiful little baby vivier. Who is just adorable and smart and grade and she so neuro typical typical? You know you know both the parents. There's no hardship when people are adopting out their children in crisis and that's something. Yeah DOPP the parents have to know and with the crisis comes what you know mental instability in untreated health issues. And so. It's a challenge. I think in some ways you don't have all the information that you want and when you're adopting sometimes you don't get all the facts. Purposefully yeah back in the day I think nowadays. It's a lot easier so with with Takada with the open adoption it. was you know something I had never even imagine. You were in contact with the mother before while she was pregnant well for the last two months so they I found out in November. I think Lois died. And and then by January seventh we had a baby. I just realized to you like the inverse of most people like all of your kids except one or drafted. That's the inverse lives on. I wonder was that hard for her or she likes to feel she's adopted. It's just such a funny thing. I'm adopted taken as a badger. No right to be you know. I always felt after I adopted Parker that if I had had a baby that I didn't want people to say oh that's the real one very concerned about not doing jeans At all once I adopted him. Because I didn't want anyone to feel that they weren't part of the family. Well did your older. Did your older kids have any issues with the fact that your wife carried a baby and there were genes involved with that one. No no I can't imagine a world where you didn't make it completely. I mean it's very exciting and again you know what I mean. Well I can tell you this that I don't know what it's like to carry a baby and give birth to a baby so I don't know what that's like. Kelly knows what that's like and it creates I think thank connection. That is hard to articulate but that is their. That's obvious right. Did you ever feel jealous about not carrying carrying having your genes involved and I never wanted my genes involved. There's a lot of craziness in my family and my mother died very young breast cancer. You Know My dad's his family all alcoholics soil disease. All I don't know I never felt am I sister and brother get mad. I hope not listening but they get mad at this when I say that because let's see that's implying like oh you so. My kids are way I'm not like saying I'm just saying for me with my life. Experience with Pat Marvel and finding a family that wasn't biologically mine but fitting in there and yeah and feeling love and all the things that make life full of joy. It was the right path for me so I never really felt jealous. I never felt that I wanted to.
"rosie o. b" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Read little snippets about what you went through but to hear you tell it beginning to end like that's a lot that's a lot like. How did it play out for all the kids and for the families because it's the family structure has been has more? So yeah it you know I was one of the people who who believed I would never be divorced. I thought it was no one in my family had been divorced and I were just talking about this. Yeah how you can never be to sure right. You know you think he won't right. And how do you really know. No and I you know my mother died when I was ten. It was such a shock to the system where everything got an earth at that age agent so here we wear breaking up when the kids were in that age range and you know in the end I think they all decided and when we talk about it they're like it's better this way so the time line wise for two because in my brain I think of you the Rosie o'donald like this is my timeline for you the Rosie O'Donnell show will there's a nice to have other take your life back go ahead you speaking of a League of their own my my Preparation we my preparation for coming here was just GonNa be just watch the million times could film all the time classic. I can't gets making a comeback because this Halloween. And they're all these peaches. What they called the Rar Georgia peaches? But that's not right. Yeah the little I feel like there needs to. You can't really do a sequel. That movie Canio. You know they're doing a new with one of the girls from broad street. Run any there. She is doing another version of kind of league their own but with gay because penny was very adverse to the gay stuff not really no. Isn't that shocking. It is she had a couple of things now. I don't think so because she was really kind of thrown by the concept concept. And you know she when I had that big scene where I say you know before I came here. I felt like a weird girl even a girl but I think we're all right so are coming out and so she did it the first time she goes cocked Rosie. This is not about this is about her being outdoors Murphy coming to understand that she has people her own age. Yes and like her like her and and that she's not alone she's not you know so she we did it like four times and every time I'd say okay I understand. I do it the same way because this is how doc was what I was doing in my character. So that's what I was playing the whole time so to all of a sudden like do that like it was nothing seen. Yeah you know but it's like like one of the most powerful scenes in it that way. Yeah that's what I felt but she You know was great and so sad that we lost her. So yeah this this day we still walk around and go MARLA. Hooch would a hitter like and like giant shot of her so far away everything it was a female power. Yes Robin you know what US two mom. MOM families spend the most money on in an average year. No therapy boots feminine care products..
"rosie o. b" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"And doing all the kind of things an intent does an office. I went back to school after we finish the we. Can I finish my exams. And then I had the intention of going back you could leave school back then at sixteen ecksteen and if you wanted to go to university or college or to do the final. Two years of my intention was to do. The last. Two years of schools are seventeen eighteen which is called sixth form in the UK UK. In the summer. Before I started six I'd gone up to London with a friend and my uncle lived in London time and going up to London with a big deal. It was a country farm. Go Oh and so. We were sort of been London. You know walking along Oxford Street kings row go into the museums and my mom called me one day and she said you better go and POCA head into the modeling agency because Darling. It's not what you know. It's who you know in fashion and that was one of the many Sri pieces of vice. My Mum's giving me over the years. And so I sort of you know begrudgingly. Kick my hails and went and poked my head in and there was a new book her and she said You know I've been tasked with building out a new faces division. Can I take some polaroid's view this you know. Maybe something and she took some food came back in. Oh Wow she took some polaroid's she went back. She came back. You know ten minutes later and she said in need to grow your eyebrows. We'll have to do something about the head the braces I guess they'll come off in time. Hopefully the skin clear up. But what do you want to go out on some costings and I thought all I WANNA do is go on a shoe because then I can see what job opportunities there are within the fashion industry. Because you didn't talk was these images that you'd see in magazines and and I was always fascinated by what went on to make these images. What was the creative tip process of it who was onset It was just so magical to me and so I said yes I would love to out on some costings and very quickly. CLE- started to get opportunities to test shoots and then quickly from that. Started to to get bookings and it was then a few months later I was in New New York. A voice been really lucky with my career always worked wherever the work has been quality dispute it. But I've been really lucky I've always worked to move to New York so that was when I was sixteen. I then spent a bit of time. Just traveling I went back to school. Remember my my mom saying to me and I sort of had a bit of breakdown and she said you father and I will support whatever you do but this sounds like a once in a lifetime opportunity and I think you should run with it because it seems to be going. I'm pretty good. Oh they were completely out of it and so at seventeen. I decided to leave school. Go full time and spend a Lotta time in Paris in Europe and then went to New York for two weeks and called my mom and said I'm not coming up getting my first apartment. I love you and she was like great. Go for it and it's truly being. I think the biggest gift my parents have given me as the encouragement to fly. And let me go thing. I think if parents are constantly Salih handcuffing their heads. Then you're never know what they're potentially my mom at seventeen. I graduated high school and the next month. She was like you have to leave this house. Yeah it's like it's time for you to go fine. I'm just moving to New York. She said Great. Go do it and it was the best thing for me. Even though I don't know if I will let my seven year old kid leave. Yeah I know and this is the thing now being a mom I look back on that and I think gosh you know every day. I'm with my son. I think that's one less day. I have of you in my arms. You know you really start to think of these things. That's why I always consider it being the greatest gift that they that they could ever give me just to give me the encouragement support and still to this day. I know that that they're in the same house. I grew up in that just consistent support a normal and grounded and it's and I think it kept me going through all the ups and downs. So yeah because I share a similar career in yours. I mean in the beginning of catalog. Yeah wait like those cute little checks through back. Nobody would know your name. They don't really know your face. How long were you doing catalog until your big big break and I want to know what that was when I started jewelry? The considered commercial or editorial in high fashion commercial modeling as you know. Is this brand's catalogue it's Smiley. It's happy it's wholesome dancing. It's approachable and editorial is much more creative. It's fashion bleach timer. Yeah it's it's smug look. Yeah it's extreme. It's sort of fantasy fashion and luxury. And so so I always fitted into the commercial side and as a commercial model of you were successful. You made money and actually in many cases you made more money than high fashion. Go so luckily for me even though it was never creative enough for me to do catalogue you know. It's pretty standard. It can be you so how can be pretty boring at times. But you know if it's like you say cute checks coming in. I was able to save. I bought my first apartment when I was nineteen in and for me as well. I didn't really have my big break until you know years into the industry. I pounded the pavement. I had a lot of rejection. I was doing work that you know. I wasn't happy happy with and I think that it really gave me this insight to the industry at allowed me to kind of evolve and figure out what I wanted to do and dream three and so it was then I could about nineteen that I got my big break with Victoria secret. Had A few few great moments Burberry Barberie was on my twenty. I bet that was really like a coming of age moment. And that's a big deal. First of all I wanNA come back to. Victoria's secret and burberry but before then what kept you moving. What kept the persistence of getting through catalog? And and just saying I'm not doing what I WANNA do. Yeah but I'm going to continue to keep moving on this trajectory festival because I left school so young. So let me be candid. I had nothing else to fall back on the second of all I was making money and I could see that I was saving and you know like I said I had kind of taken a leap of faith to do this. I DID NOT WANNA like go back home with my tail between my legs and I did not want to go back to school and several several because I really really dreamt and I could see this opportunity for myself and I just knew if I worked hard enough and I played my cards. That's right I could get to where I wanted to be. That's and I find like creative. Visualization really the core of any success. I've had in my life life whether it's in my personal life will career like that is at the core of everything I do is that I've allowed myself to see myself. They're always have a five year plan. I know where I WANNA go condition. It's that's that's ultimately what it comes down to. Do You do vision boards. I think I do well. I moved bought everything. My team will tell that I've seen I've seen the you know where I want to be. It's funny because last time I was home. My mom just went. Why does it come from like I? Just go around like this your father and I on like this and I think it's something I feel lucky. That's always beaten you know in in May you had a taste of it and he couldn't go back. Yeah okay so then. How old were you? When you got Victoria secret? I was nineteen. Okay so Victoria secret. Holy Crap you book the job was it everything and more when he went on set. Yes yes so I walked five shows. No I work for. Vs for about five five years. It was a dream come true. I'd had an American boyfriend for a little bit. And he said we were walking down Broadway and you know the big store and on Broadway and he said that's what you wanted to say. DRE ON LIMA. That's how I thought. Yeah that is like that is that is amazing. Like that is the best of the best to be to be part of that company and so Luckily I've actually had years of doing catalog. In Years of doing lingerie entree I was always the lingerie catalogue curvier than a long week and it was short and boobs. I think they tested me out now on one show. And then the bookings came they were always slow with me. I was never kind of like the girl that I was always very very proud to work with them at time. Yeah and that kind of helped catapult you into high fashion he. I think there was a real shift around the eight when I was about twenty. Four Victoria's secret had led me to who transforms which was my first film. I'd actually. She's not a actress ball. Actress remember versa the Maxwell and we were sitting there front row and I was like so oh you live in. La Is that because of your job and you go. Oh Do you think I'm an actor. Yeah I know I'm not an actress. Wow I'm no definitely no. It was an opportunity of a lifetime. I'm glad I I did it but I I failed that it was something. I felt really lucky to try my hand up but nothing I never felt a passion for it and I failed passion for the the things in my life. And that's a whole other story Yeah that led me to Victoria's secret we don't commercial Michael Bay cost me then in transformers transformers and then with that came this whole you know repositioning of me within within my work and also at that time industry took a big shift. I think social media just started to come into play and I think that these girls that were considered to be commercial had much more as approachability. Let's hear what there was. Just just sure that a consumer or an audience related to more with commercial models and so the the industry would see you know these goals followers and the audience was much bega and then happened where you would start to see other the women you know in these kind of high fashion and walking down the runway and suddenly we were being embraced in a different way. Yeah and then of course social social media really is taken off from the last few years which we can talk about because that is I mean your social media is amazing. I swear you put up a chair and I'm like I want that Out Good Aesthetic is so on for you have a social media team. That hope I think for me help for your I like to. I'm just taking pitches all the time. I see inspiration around me everywhere and I see it through. Phone at through. Ought through galleries architecture Fashion Film and I just felt like why am I not sharing all of these things that I've got like countless photographs about an. It's nice to know that people respond respond to them as well and I'm responding grid. Yes girl will your Hasbro. And it's consistent it's very color coordinated so well let's fast forward. Yeah you did fashion. You did runway. Your you've just had so many great moments and now your mother and jackets to jackass tune a bit now and I just i WanNa talk about what is that. What does motherhood mean to you? I was just such a journey. It's hard to even put it into words really because I will say I don't think I was in any way prepared for the emotional side. Eight of becoming a mother I never really been around babies before. I knew it was time to start a family and I knew I had this inkling unclean in me that I wanted to have a baby but the maternal instinct never really kicked in until I gave birth really eight was incredibly overwhelming on on so many different levels because hair was here. I am with this newborn baby that I had this overwhelming sense of love for and it is a huge identity shift and so that first year for me was a mix of like pure joy a lot of anxiety learning is Iran. Dan Redefining my identity to myself to my partner to my work to my son and it's a very intimate kind of have personal experience and really beautiful. Because I feel like I've evolved and grown so much and there is just nothing that comes close to how proud I fail of him and how I just stare stare all day long. So yeah because you're so close with your mom. Have you taken taking any advice from her raising Jack. Yeah you know it's funny. I think as well when I when I found out I was pregnant. You do a lot of looking back on your own childhood Ed Right. You look at the things that we're really impactful to you. The things that really shaped you the things that things that didn't shave you uh-huh and you start to kind of cultivate your own way of parenting You know I had such a great childhood on on so many levels and that but there are a lot of things I wanNA do differently. You know. I'm thirty two thirty two years ago. My parents came from you know completely different print generation and you know the world. I'm living in now. Compared to the world that I grew up in which was a very sheltered rustic country life and the world I live in today and the challenges and the opportunities and the exciting boss paced world that I live in is very different from my own childhood and so yes she's there she's there at the end of the phone own and again just such a huge support and she's just always got my back. Do you know what I make. Sure my mom and be like I've done this. You know you're in the right..
"rosie o. b" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"Good I'm very pregnant. Thank you so much for your in the mommy game. Well Yeah Hardcore Jacks like two and a bit now so we kind. I feel like we're over the Hump because the first year is like it it just gets easier and easier and better and better. Oh the best thing even the challenges the good moments of Adam. It's all of it's just. It's really incredible. I'm excited I mean. Everybody has kind of told me that exact same thing. You don't sleep exhausted Mike all the time. Oh Geez Okay first of all. I'm so glad we are wearing the same color because I'm sure you've heard this and I'm sure you're flattered or maybe embarrassed by but you're my style micon never had no I screen shot and you're the most looks say in my saved. I G folder. Aw seriously thanks I really you just have it together. You have like a sense of ease and cool girl. I don't know what it is but it's it's you and when it suits you and the other thing that I always talk about with my friends is that you're always like recycling something like you. Don't just get back where it once again like. You're constantly wearing. Yes are are these looks at you put together. Do you have a stylus. That doesn't like I want the T. one in like fashion since I can remember and that's really why I got into modeling so I thought I'd work on the kind of creative behind the scenes part of the industry and ended up modeling which we can get to well. We have to but I've worked with a STYLUS for red carpet for you. Know the last seven or eight years. And that's really when I feel like I need it because it's a whole other beast but day-to-day I've always put but my outfits together and I just love it. It's like a fun creative part of my morning you put forward your bestself and I've just always loved close. It's just is what it is. I collect them. I'm actually really happy to hear that you put your own looks together. Yeah it's fun right so you'll be. Yeah Okay I love that pleasure love. Yeah so this is an obnoxious stat. You're one of the highest payed models in the world. And I know I know go to. Rosie Huntington is on my podcast to talk about it but I wanNA talk about the road to how you get there. Because it wasn't always an easy one. He started really young and I want to hear from the beginning. Yeah I started working when I was sixteen when we have fifteen at school school. Everybody was Encouraged to take a week of internship someone field of work that was interesting to them and having grown up in the countryside. I had this love for fashion since I can really remember my mum and I bonded over kind of buying the women's magazines and we'd sit together and go shopping my the day I would always ask for a subscription to Elle magazine and bizarre and things and so I really just kind of that was my my passion so when we were given this Tosca Oskar finding a place to to get a work experience. I got out the yellow pages and I just wrote to every kind of fashion brand that I'd heard of Time wrote of handwritten letters posted them. I wrote off the headquarters of brands. You know shops ahead. No idea had no contact the fashion industry whatsoever eleven. This is sixteen seventeen years ago. This is even before the Internet was really kind of booming. And one of the places. I've written off to a modeling agency agency. I came home. Tiny tiny modeling agency so I came home from school about a week later. My Mom said we got a phone call from this modeling agency and they want you to go up in town and I thought Oh my gosh. This is where I'm going to be going on shoots. I thought I would be out in the creative side of the industry and of course you know cut to a few months later. I'm up in London like walk into this tiny little office and I realized that I was actually kind of brought up just to kind of Antioch do faxes and be like you know someone that running the errands. It was such a time in the agency. How mine yeah? It was an and of of course like anybody who knows like an agency. You IT'S A. It's an office and so it was five or six booker's sat around a table. Picking up phone calls You know sending out faxes I would just be sort of there on the computer taking you know taking the phone and making cups tae and pouring wine.
"rosie o. b" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"For that reason. It's very very kind of you. So thank you very much much. Well thank you and I am offended at Shell. So there's that so Rosie Perez like we said in the interview. She doesn't really have anything to promote right now. So what can we plug ugh. She's basically great and everything that she does She's also the CO founder of the urban arts partnership it's a long running New York nonprofit that works in education and and the arts you can find them online at urban arts dot org. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye. Boza is produced at maximum Axum Fund Dot Org headquarters overlooking Macarthur Park in beautiful Los Angeles California where My producer Kevin saw a kid take a giant palm frond that was was on the ground and throw it in the trash helping to keep our park beautiful. What's the generation after millennials called? I don't remember but they're good folks Fox. The show is produced. By speaking into microphones are producers Kevin. Ferguson Hey Soussan. Rossio is our associate producer. We get help from Casey O'Brien. Our production production fellows are Jordan cowling. Melissa witness or interstitial music is by Dan Wally also known as Dj w our theme song is by the go team. THANKS TO THEM IN THEIR LABEL MEMPHIS industries for letting US use it and there are nearly twenty years of Bullseye and sound of young America interviews available for free on our website at maximum fun dot. Org You can also find many of them in your favorite podcast APP by subscribing to bowl side. I recommend for example the time Tim heidegger occur in. Eric Blair came on the show. This was back when I used to tape it in my apartment and they just wanted to talk about jazz just talked about jazz the the whole time he was a lot of fun. We're also on facebook twitter and Youtube. Just search for Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn you can keep up with the show there and I think that's about it just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature. Sign off Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn is a production of maximum fund dot Org and is distributed by N. T. R...
"rosie o. b" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I did no. I didn't know how big of a phenomenon the fly like girls. We're going to be though. Does that make sense. Yeah I don't I don't want to. I don't want anybody to miss something that you just said. which is something that I didn't know you're until T- earlier today when a friend told me about it which is that? Not only were you responsible will for the choreography of the fly. Girls who obviously did become a an huge cultural phenomenon. But you were a big part of bringing music into in living color that is live hip hop which at the time was something that basically wasn't on television division certainly not on network television like roughly contemporaneous with Arsenio Hall starting to Bring Life Hip hop music onto late night. But this this was like you know I was an early adolescent at the time and I watched it in the living room with my family with my parents. You know it'd be arrested the development or leaders of the new school or whatever you know Brand Nubian on television and you were a big part of bringing the those does music acts into the show which which had not been part of the original plan. Yeah I mean the the other producers tried to shoot the idea down and so did the network and so did the What what is it called the The the people that censor everything standards and practices standards and practices. I was not their favorite person who Yes but kept telling Keenan his his GONNA on a Bi big middle. America has no idea who bust a rhyme is let alone leaders of the new school you know you know or nice and smooth heavy d in the boys like you said the brand new bins I mean and on and on it went. I did get upset after a while that well rightfully so so was Keenan show. He allowed his brothers to book. So Max that I wasn't behind at all and I was like you're killing the credibility three of what I'm trying to do here. You know and then finally Keenan gave me the reins back which was which was good in all he was he was a fair boss. He really was. He was a good boss. Actually you were diagnosed with pushback stress disorder given all these childhood traumas. Only frankly some of which we've touched on in our conversation. Have you found it difficult in your life or have you developed skills to find places in your life to be comfortable or peaceful peaceful or feel secure. There are many places on my life that I can feel comfortable and peaceful and secure. What hobbies are is? I thought the waves come out of nowhere and that is part of my struggle with PTSD St. Because when you're having a good day and everything seems fine and Dan the and then all of a sudden this wave comes over your head and you're like Whoa in the sense that all of a sudden a feeling of Blah. We'll come over me for no reason or feeling of innate sadness and I'll say I don't know why I'm sad you know I don't know why I'm feeling this and through therapy interns therapy. I learned that that has do. Those are those signs of my depression coming up to the surface those are those those could be triggers of my PTSD. And thank God. I got help. Thank goodness life is so much better. I Dunno therapies for every the body but man is sure has done me wonders and I thank goodness that I had enough courage to go ahead and do it. And I'm still at the Pierre. I don't go every day anymore but we it was bad for a while. But you know I you no I check in now and I do the work I do. The work and life is so good. I have a wonderful career career. I have a great career. I've I've done so much better. Go to my relationships with friends and family of wonderful husband a wonderful marriage you know. I love my charitable work. I Love my activism work. It's it's my life is so full and yet there are days where I feel like it's doomsday and I have to sit down with myself and I have to do to work and I have to remove my my my soul from the past and get inside the president and understand. I'm here I'm right here on my back. They're all at that has gone broken up with my pass and I'm moving forward. You know enough forgetting about it just like you. Don't forget about an ex wchs lover but you don't WanNa go back to that one. You know what I'm saying. And he just WANNA move forward with it. You know but it's a struggle struggle and I and I. I envy people who say I used to help. PTSD and now. I'm good. Wow really gosh. Josh wonder how that feels you know saying you know when I you know for instance how might ptsd may trigger. I could be in my kitchen my beautiful kitchen than my husband. We did for me. And I'm cooking away my favorite pastime cooking and eating and then all of the sudden I will have the sense. That someone's GonNa come up against up behind me in my own house with the locked door with a knife and stabbed me in in the neck. It's completely irrational. And that thought in that image of someone possibly behind me happens in a nanosecond and I'll turn around and I have to tell myself. Nobody's there gotTA danger you not in home. You're not in in in in you know your mother's house or the dangerous streets of Bushwick you're not there anymore it's just it's just a it's just a beat. PTSD AST flesh calm down you know. And I'll take a deep breath but those still hopping. They don't happen all the time as they used to but they still dot com. That's what I call a wave I. I heard Disa- acceptance speech from the great late. Helen Thomas the White House correspondent bonded. I was privileged enough to be at the bank with that. She was receiving the award for her work in journalism and she had said that she was very nervous about her first assignment overseas. which was covering the Kennedy's trip? I don't know if it was to France for England and she was stressing herself itself out and and the woman that she was staying with another fellow journalists in in in France I think France told her. You need a calm down. You need a car. Why are you so nervous and she goes? I'm I think I'M GONNA fail. I think she goes. Where's that farm she goes? I don't know I just feel like I'm so scared of failing. She says well you know what you need to do. You go down to my Sela my wine cellar pick out the best bottle and we're GONNA crack it. It Open. Have a good time. And she's so as we have to get up in the morning. She goes even more reason to do it. Helen Thomas goes downstairs. She picks out a bottle of wine. Her friend looks at the bottle and says says Ono. Life's too short to drink the house. Wine go downstairs and get the good stuff honey and I live by that code. Life's too short to drink. The house wind goget the good stuff in life. Whether it be therapy or walk or wonderful partner or or beautiful home or living out your dream of career Dustin goodstuff hold onto it having a best friend that you could call at three o'clock in the morning like my girlfriend Julie Shannon or Ileana Eliana having a system like my sister common. Who's ride a die? You know. That's the good stuff and when those waves come I always told myself self by too short to drink the housewife go get the stuff more rosy you have dinner reservations in I gotTa take my daughter to a Birthday Party so I'm GonNa cut it short. I'm sorry that we didn't talk too much about your amazing acting work. which is one one of the reasons that I invited you on the program but I am so so grateful to have got to talk to you and I thank you very very much for coming on Bullseye? I I really admire your work and thank you. Thank you for this wonderful interview. I really enjoyed it. I was thinking God. I hope it doesn't suck and neutrally did not so thankful and also real talk rosie like usually when somebody comes comes dozen interview you and this is you know For understandable reasons people do an interview. 'cause I got some NACELLE and you're not here because you've got something to sell your your here out of the kindness in your heart because I bothered you on twitter and I'm very grateful to you for take for taking all this time.
"rosie o. b" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"That men never gave up on me ever so and he didn't have rights at the time because I didn't have his last name. I was singing about your mom. who was was a schizophrenic? Although you didn't know it at the time when you're a kid thinking about this for any runs in my family. I have an uncle who was schizophrenic. And and you know my uncle was very severely schizophrenic. By the time I can remember but it was very difficult for me to understand and and I had a friend in high school. Whose mother was? I think schizophrenic. Although much more manageable so my uncle was institutionalized in and she was table to work and she had a family and so forth in the feeling that I remember from both of those situations one when I was a younger kid with my uncle one when I was a teenager. With my friend's MOM. When I was in her house was how unsettling battling the unpredictability of it was specifically like not even that all things were horribly negative or brutal or anything? But just that when you're a kid you just are trying to figure out what the rules of life are and it's very hard to do you. That when the ground is shifting under your feet in that way that's well said. Yeah that's that's you got that right now so you always work walking on eggshells else waiting for the crack. Did you think when the nuns at the home told you that you were are talented. Did you agree with them like did you. Where are you proud of being good at performing? I had a lot confidence offense even though I was very very insecure in a lot of ways even when I was little I think because I was so loved initially an so spoiled boiled I had a sense of myself. The insecurity was not having a foundation of family and love and support. But I knew I could do whatever they asked me to do. I knew I could play Lucy in a heartbeat upbeat. I knew I could play Linus which I begged them to. Let me play. And they were worried that I had lesbian tendencies from but I think that when I felt good was wanted king to Danson Cuza came so easily to me. My Aunt told me that I was dancing. Even as an infant you know on my back in Oh always moving I just would never ever stop up. She said unless I was tied in that was I was over it. I was tired and I want us to sleep but when the nuns taught me how to tap and and modern dance and This Asian. I think it's Filipino. Thai stick dancing Filipino. Yeah it's really cool And it all came just so easily to me and it felt good one. I was told that I was good at it. We didn't get a lot of praise from nuns. It wasn't like Oh my. Gosh you're wonderful was like very good. It was like that you know Oh and there was the novices nuns in the near novice before you become a non the novice before they would tainted soy. Please Catholics out there. I'm talking about my own experience with the Catholic Church They were giddy about something that a child would do. Well there they were the ones that would say. Oh that's wonderful and be very you know enthusiastic about your achievements but the nonstop were there for a long time. They were over at the they were over there. That's good okay lineup. For Supper it was kind of like the so. You've mentioned you. Were doing the stick dancing. which is really cool? A little bit of that in high school Filipino Club. It was really fun. There's a lot of banging sticks. It's like also kind of a martial art but you're you're doing that and then you're doing. You're doing tap APP redoing Shirley Temple numbers. We weren't doing Shirley temple numbers but I would imitate Shirley temple all the time time I didn't connected because I was so traumatized being thrown into that situation at the home but later I discovered why loves Shirley Shirley Temple so much. It was that that was my aunt's favourite as well so she was obsessed with her and so we used to watch chilly temple movies together all the time so I would do that on my own. That wasn't really what the nuns had taught us. They taught us more. Sammy Davis Junior. I don't know why don't ask me. But I guess they tickled. He tickled their fancy. You know so Yeah so yeah. There are things that you did when you were in that home that you think back on very fondly like whether sources of happiness for you in that situation should yes there was one non. Her name was sister and she was a novice and then she became a nun and I remember I used to tell it. Don't do it. But she was so kind to me and she was so funny and we used to have good. Times is where I would read a book and I would discuss the book with her at length and she just showed so much patience with me me and would endure my long soliloquies about whatever. And she was very kind. And there was another nun sister Antoinette. A- and one of my punishments was they withheld food. That's why I'm a greedy slop. This day I I have no control when it comes to food and I know through therapy it goes back to that with a with health. Food as punishment and Sister Antoinette was in charge of the kitchen and me and this one grow Wanna say her name because she's still alive but she was crazy she and I were close close friends and one day. One night I'm starving might. My stomach is growling and she wakes me up when everyone's asleep and she said let's sneak. Sneak down to the kitchen and I was very good girl. I just had a bad temper because I wasn't happy but I'm a very good girl and I said No. No No. We're going to get in trouble so they're gonNA beat us. She said No. No no come on. Everyone's asleep and we went down to the kitchen. And we were just stuffing the food in our mouths and sister stance when it clicks on the lights and I just started crying because I just thought that's it I'm GonNa get the crap. beat out of me White Mall and she just looked at US and she goes. Let me make you a cheese sandwich. And we both like shaking and I'll slippers and just I just couldn't be still. I was so scared. And she said sleep bone and she made a sandwiches so every three time after that every time I got punish she would kind of look at me a wink. M I knew I could sneak down and she would give me food so that was very very nice. And they're wonderful wonderful counselors and volunteers. That would come to the home during the day that were really elite special. There was Mr Neil and his wife Betsy they were very kind to me. They would always take me for ride in the car. There was Miss Claudia media. She would Take me for sleepovers at our house and take me to take me shopping to buy a nice clothes. And she taught me how to Act Out in public and then there was one special. Special Nun sister Margaret Francis who actually left the order. She had the biggest impact on me. I remember when she was leaving. She came to see me before she left for good. Came back for a visit and lavars. She grabbed my arm and there was is were flooded with with emotion and she grabbed my on and she said. Put your head down. Study as hard as you can get out your mind into your intelligence. Is Your ticket out. I go Kay and she squeezed my arm so hard is she says No. I want you to promise me. Say say that you're GONNA do it. You don't belong here and I said I promise. She hugged me and she left and I never saw again so they're really caring people. They're like really really caring people there. It wasn't just about sadistic nuns Angry priests there was some really beautiful folks that affected my life in a really sincere way even more more from my interview with Rosie Perez after a quick break when we come back Rosie tells us about dancing on soul train stay with us. It's Bullseye for maximum fund DOT ORG and NPR support for this podcast and the following message. Come from today ticks with today ticks APP. Getting tickets to your favorite shows is fast asked easy process. This cyber Monday used today. Ticks is your go-to hub for everything from theater and arts to comedy opera. Tried today ticks now by going onto today ticks dot com slash Bullseye and use Promo Code Bullseye to get ten dollars off your first purchase..
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